Kernel Writing Text Structure in a Star Wars Force Arena Post about my two favorite heroes in the game!

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Hello everyone, DamonDaBoss here with another Star Wars post! Today’s post will be about one of the two Star Wars games on this blog as of now, which is, obviously, Star Wars: Force Arena! This post will be about Star Wars because of May Fourth, the unofficial Star Wars holiday. The previous post about the holiday is above, like usual. Now let’s get into today’s post!


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These are a few examples of Kernel Writing Text Structures (Sorry that it’s blurry)

 

To the left of this test is an example of Kernel Writing Text Structures, and I’ll be using one of them in today’s post (But, the one I’m using isn’t in the left hand image).

The structure I’ll be using today will be the Going Against the Grain prompt. This prompt focuses on comparing what the majority of people believe in, with the view of oneself. This is perfect for a Star Wars: Force Arena post, because many people, like in Clash Royale, all use popular “meta” decks, while I always make my own unique decks in any games I play. The actual writing steps for this prompt are shown in the below image, in the last rectangular box below. But that’s enough about the educational, informative, and somewhat boring side of this post, let’s now get into the gaming part of this special Star Wars blog post!

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Here are my two favorite heroes to use in the game, for each side. Since this game has two different sides, the dark side (Galactic Empire), and the light side (The Rebel Alliance), it has two different levels and decks; one for each side.

My first favorite hero, of both the two, is actually my Galactic Empire hero, Dengdengarar.

Some people think that the best dark side deck has to have Emperor Palpatine; not going to lie, but he’s really quite good. He actually might be the best hero overall, but I tend to enjoy using heroes with guns and long range more than those with a shorter range (which the Emperor is at a middle ground, not quite melee, but not far range). Still, he’s considered one of the best dark side heroes due to his importance in the Star Wars movies, and the Emperor abilities he has.

This seems to happen because Emperor Palpatine has a very powerful and special Unique, that only he can have (as each hero has a Unique back-up troop that only they can use in their deck).  The unique he has are the Royal Guards; cheap fighters that have decent health, good power, very fast speed, and a stun effect.

However I believe that Dengar is the best dark side hero because he has great range, good health, great attack, decent speed, and a special bomb bullet that he can use after consecutive attacks.

But I know people feel strongly that the Emperor is the best hero in the Galactic Empire because of his Royal Guards, his lighting attack (that hits multiple targets at once), and his strong attack.

Even so, I will always love using Dengar as my competitive dark side hero because of his bomb attack, his good range, and his Unique (which like the Emperor’s Unique, stuns targets. The differences, though, are that it’s name is 4-LOM, it has ranged attacks, and it was, “A rusty droid with insectile features, 4-LOM was originally a protocol droid, but logic glitches allowed him to escape his programming and become a bounty hunter. That proved a perfect occupation for the cold, calculating mechanical.” – Star Wars Databank.

Now here’s my second favorite hero; my first favorite light side hero, Bodhi Rook.

Bodhi Rook Force Arena

Some people think, well actually A TON of people think, that the best Rebel Alliance hero is Luke Skywalker. I mean, just like the Emperor in the Galactic Empire, he’s quite powerful, but again, I prefer the long ranged qualities of Bodhi Rook. He may be weak in attack and health, but his special that lets him summon energy (used to spawn ally troops) and health packs (used to heal heroes) makes him worth using. But still, Luke Skywalker has amazing speed, attack, and good health; all traits that make him one of the most used heroes in the game.

This seems to happen because his Unique is Obi Wan Kenobi, a very expensive troop to summon, but one that can turn the enemy troops against one another using his powerful force abilities. People often overlook the less used, and “unimportant” heroes on both the sides, but they often are the most powerful overall.

However I believe that Bodhi Rook is the best light side hero in the long run. His Unique lets him summon a ship that focuses a lot of fire in one area, dealing powerful area damage. This is great to use against cheap enemy troops, and it has often been the game changer for me. Not only does he have a good Unique, but if he’s used correctly, his attacks can be devastating over a long period of time, and his special can keep him in the fight longer.

But I know people feel strongly that Luke Skywalker, or even the amazing Ezra Bridger, who might even best Luke because of his special abilities, are the best heroes on the light side anyway.

Even so, I will always be a big fan of Bodhi Rook, especially since they’re “buffing” him, or making him better, in future updates. So even if I think he’s good now, and he is, I wonder what using him will be like after the future updates roll in.


That’s it for today’s special Star Wars Kernel Writing Post! If you liked it, or have liked any of my prior posts (and hopefully my future posts), please, by all means, like, comment, re-blog, share, or follow this blog for more updates on new posts, new categories, and other new changes to this blog! As always, have a great day, and I’ll see you in the next post!

Learn more about this game, and the good decks in it, by checking out the official  Star Wars website now!

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May The Fourth Be With You! (And a post update)

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Hello my fellow citizens of Earth, it is I, DamonDaBoss, with a post about Star Wars!

The other Star Wars Post!

If you haven’t heard of this mini holiday, then I’m sorry for your loss. For today is the well-known holiday for all things Star Wars! As you might have guessed, I’m a big Star Wars fan, and I love all the movies (Some more than others, but I won’t get into that right now), the games, the comics (though I’ll hardly read any), and all the merchandise! I used to always ask for Star Wars legos on my birthday, for Christmas, and whenever I had money to spare. But that’s just one reason why I love this holiday. If I listed all of the reasons why I like Star Wars in one post, it would probably exceed the words you’re willing to read in a single post! Anyway, here’s a little description about this holiday, and some update post info.


So, just in case you don’t know the famous quote, “May the Force be with you” from the Star Wars trilogy, then you should know that it’s probably the most famous Star Wars quote of all time, partially because there’s a mini holiday about it, which is, May the Foac2ffcdb59678919ac4b4bdf1a207bd46c15793c_hqurth [be with you]. It’s an inspirational quote said by the famous scoundrel main character, Han Solo, to Luke Skywalker when, as the google definiton states, “Shortly before the Battle of Yavin, while overviewing the plan to destroy the Death Star, General Jan Dodonna told the Rebel pilots. Similarly, Han Solo said it (the famous words, “May the Force be with you”) to Skywalker while preparing to leave Yavin 4, despite not being a strong believer in the Force.” If any of these words confuse you, that’s completely normal, unless you’re a hardcore Star Wars fan, such as myself. Alright, now that’s enough explanation of the holiday itself, there’s so much more to say, but all that can be found on anywhere on the internet, and it doesn’t have to be all on this one post. Now to the update!

As I already have a category for Star Wars, I thought it best to post about one, or both, of the listed Star Wars games on this blog very soon (to celebrate this holiday a bit, and to update everyone on how I”m doing in Star Wars Force Arena, and Galaxy of Heroes). Also, more blog applications will open later this month, so be ready for that if you have interest of joining the NGA community! 

Below are a few quotes I thought you would all also like to see, as they bring in more of the Star Wars mood to this post!

Amazing, epic, and well known Star Wars quotes: (All acquired from the website page by Parade about the holiday)

Title card: “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…”

Darth Vader (A New Hope): “I’ve been waiting for you, Obi-Wan. We meet again, at last. The circle is now complete. When I left you, I was but the learner; now I am the master.”

Obi Wan Kenobi (A New Hope): “Remember…the Force will be with you, always.”

Han Solo (A New Hope): “Traveling through hyperspace ain’t like dusting crops, farm boy.”

Darth Vader (A New Hope): “The force is strong with this one.”

Obi Wan Kenobi (A New Hope) : “Use the force, Luke.”

Yoda (The Empire Strikes Back): “Judge me by my size, do you?”

Yoda (The Empire Strikes Back): “Do. Or do not. There is no try.”

Luke (The Empire Strikes Back): I won’t fail you. I’m not afraid.
Yoda: You will be. You… will… be.

C-3PO (Return of the Jedi): “I’m rather embarrassed, General Solo, but it appears that you are to be the main course at a banquet in my honor.”

Luke Skywalker (Return of the Jedi): “No. You’re coming with me. I’ll not leave you here, I’ve got to save you.”
Darth Vader: “You already… have, Luke. You were right. You were right about me. Tell your sister… you were right.”

Yoda (The Phantom Menace): “Fear is the path to the dark side.”

Qui-Gon Jinn (The Phantom Menace): “Remember: Your focus determines your reality.”

Shmi Skywalker (The Phantom Menace): “You can’t stop change any more than you can stop the suns from setting.”

Anakin (Attack of the Clones): “Attachment is forbidden. Possession is forbidden. Compassion, which I would define as unconditional love, is essential to a Jedi’s life. So you might say, that we are encouraged to love.”

Obi-Wan (Attack of the Clones): “Be mindful of your thoughts Anakin. They’ll betray you.”

Anakin (Attack of the Clones): “Someday I will be the most powerful Jedi ever.”

Padmé (Revenge of the Sith): “What if the democracy we thought we were serving no longer exists, and the Republic has become the very evil we have been fighting to destroy?”

Obi-Wan (Revenge of the Sith): “You were the chosen one! It was said that you would destroy the Sith, not join them. You were to bring balance to the force, not leave it in darkness.”

Count Dooku (Revenge of the Sith): “I sense great fear in you, Skywalker. You have hate. You have anger. But you don’t use them.”


That will be all for this post’s updates! I hope you enjoyed this festive post, and if you did, please drop a like, a comment, a re-blog, or share NGA on any social medias to spread the word about this blog for more content, and more of what YOU want to see! Also, follow NiceGamingAdvice for constant updates of new posts without having to log into wordpress always. Thanks, and everyone have a great day! And, of course,

May the Fourth be with you!”

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