Deepcrush wrote:Problem is that SW generally lacks scope and scale.
Thats the difference between SW/ST and 40k/DocWho.
Captain Seafort wrote:Huh? Deep, have you taken a look at the Death Star recently? Or Coruscant? Or thought about the term Galactic Empire? Sure, Wars tends to concentrate on the actions of a small group of individuals, but it's got fantastic scope and scale behind it.
Captain Seafort wrote:I'd lump Who into the first category. Sure, the possibilities for settings are literally endless, but the stories themselves are heavily focused on a small group of characters, more so even than Wars.
Deepcrush wrote:With Doctor Who there has always been information about the larger scale. The Doctor's refer to others taking part in grander things. The imagined scaled is reinforced by the characters even if the show doesn't show them. Much like DS9 did in the Dominion War.
Deepcrush wrote:The problem is as I stated that is always them and only them.
Captain Seafort wrote:I'm pretty sure the first one she encountered on the Tantive IV would beg to differ, as would quite a few on the Death Star, Bespin and Endor.
Tsukiyumi wrote:I remember reading somewhere that she's actually the most accurate shooting main character in the OT, percentage-wise.
I'll try to look that up again.
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