rglee129 wrote:I don't like it when stories break the rules that they establish. (eg., I wouldn't mind if Stormtroopers had bad aim, if only Lucas didn't have Kenobi state that "these blaster marks on the Sandcrawler are too precise, only Imperial Stormtroopers are such good aimers" (something like that, anyways)) I think the very premise of my design, however, is so absurd and fantastical (goggles, scarf, smiling frog, tight water spout, etc.,) that the "rules" it establishes are pretty loose. For what it's worth, though, it was a sense of plausibility that led me to put a lily pad between the frog and the salt water. But that's as far as I'll go!
So much thought and logic for such a ridiculous premise.
As a kid I was under the impression that the jedi used the force to affect the storm trooper's mental state and ability to aim. The stormtroopers don't have too much of a problem killing droids, nonjedi humanoids, ewoks, etc.