The Star Wars movies are amazing and ideal fantasies. One shouldn’t think too much about them. However, there are a few things about the spaceships of the Star Wars motion pictures that are rather senseless. We have here, five valid examples to prove the above;
1. Super Star Destroyer
This gigantic starship has the length of sixty US Navy super-carriers. In addition to this, Super Star Destroyer was an improvised version of the Star Destroyer. Even though this version is far bigger than Star Destroyer, it doesn’t carry either more capable or larger weapons. As it is, the general purpose of building a bigger ship is to place bigger weapons.
This would have proved to be useful amid the Battle of Endor, when a solitary Rebel A-Wing warrior collided with the Executor Bridge. The 11-mile long ship lost all control and crashed into the Death Star II. If a small warrior ship can destroy such a huge one, there are some serious issues which need to be taken into account.
2. Twin Ion Engine (TIE) Fighter
The TIE warrior is a truly threatening flying machine. It’s a pillar of the Galactic Empire’s fighting power. Furthermore, the TIE has two such engines which, like a World War II Stuka assault plane makes a shrieking sound as it cruises.
The greatest downside of the TIE is the level boards. These are on both sides and make it resemble an eyeball suspended between two playing cards. Furthermore, it has this massive vertical surface territory that plays absolutely no role but to be an extensive pointing point for Rebel Alliance warriors. The boards further limit the visibility of the pilot. These panels on both sides of the pilot prevent him from proper view.