With the loss of the capital after the Confederacy of Independent Systems sent in immense numbers of units to take it. The men assigned to protect the capital put up a brave fight to defend the Republicís newly acquired fore front but did not succeed. With the control over the capital the CIS move on to their real reason for taking the planet: the mines. The mines of Acatal have just moved into a boom. With the ore in just one of these mines the Separatists could have enough metal to continue producing a full army of droids for at least a quarter of a year.
To cease the threat of an even larger droid army the Supreme Chancellor Palpatine dispatches the 212th Attack Battalion across the planet. To take down the largest mine Clone Commander 2224, known as Cody to his fellows, with a platoon of men are tasked to shut this invasion becoming profitable for the CISÖ
About this creation
This is the sequel to Acatal: No Way Out and Acatal: Carnage in the Capital (veiwable here and here )
Cody empties fire into the line of droids spewing out of the mineís eastern, smaller, entrance.
Droidís upon the roof of the entrance boast a view of the battle
What the droids canít see; a 212th clone taking drastic action as to take out the droids
standing on the roof.
B2 battle droids attempt to destroy a barrier of rocks hiding two men, this threw one soldier through the air [top right hand corner]
The ARF trooper upon the AT-RT (new design) has taken a full bolt in the chest, his brother runs to take the control of the machine. You can see he, also, is about to be shot
In this shot you can also see the droid operating the turret (based on this: ) that took down the AT-RT.
The droids on the roof
Men of the 212th taking shelter behind some tall rocks
Birdís eye view
New things in this scene:
Droid cannon (may reappear in future MOCs)
All Terrain Recon Transport (new version)
This was another scene in the Acatal saga I hope you liked it. My AT-RT and droid cannon will be posted in separate MOCs by themselves. Happy Christmas everybody and I hope you have a good holidays as well as get plenty of lovely plastic bricks.