212 Squadron - "The Old Man's Eyes And Ears"
It depends on who's writing. Some are just "sensor masks" while others also hide ships from visual ID.
My understanding was that it wasn't just Fel that was cloned, only that he was the primary focus of that particular subplot. The basic idea of the clone distribution was for them to be "sleeper" agents, submerged in the target society until it was time to strike, at which time they'd come out of hiding and hit from within.Dahan said:I read the Hand of Thrawn Series, though I cannot remember from the top of my head why he would scatter the clones around the galaxy.
Thou I can understand why clone Fel. Ensure Imperials have more success rates with their pilots in their missions I suppose
I don't know, they were uberfighters in the main game, but in the 2 Tie Fighter expansions (Defender and Enemies of the Empire) were you fight against ISDs plus hordes of Tie Defenders, Advanced and Bombers that want to destroy your flagship (a tiny M-Frigate) and specially when you need to protect those T-D and T-A factories, i found it very useful, surely i couldn't complete those missions in Tie Interceptors or Advanced.Maj.Striker said:Quarto, i agree with you...the tie defender was just insane. Plus it looked butt ugly. .
I don't know about Zaarin, not having followed the games, but Thrawn was a Grand Admiral, as per the scene with him and Mara Jade aboard his flagship in the 2nd or 3rd book of the Thrawn trilogy (I forget which, offhand, but believe it's in Dark Force Rising).Ghost said:Admiral Zaarin.
For some reason Zaarin and Thrawn use the white uniform (G.Admiral) without being one.