Friday, June 11, 2010

Guest Post: Star Wars, Continued

A LONG TIME AGO
IN A GALAXY
FAR, FAR AWAY...


The Rebel Forces have taken over a second base
on the forest moon of Endor. However, the
Empire is not going to give up easily...
even after the death of
Darth Vader.


The Rebel Forces and their allies, the Ewoks, prepare for the impending battle...


Suddenly, the Emperial Forces charge in their walker and speeders.


Chief Chirpa immediately launches a boulder from the catapult.


The boulder meets its target square in the head and it collapses!


One Snow Trooper is shot, but the other three are quickly approaching. Realizing that they can not win this battle alone, the lieutenant calls for reinforcements...


Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca and R2-D2 answer the call.


Chewbacca springs into action by knocking another trooper off his speeder.


They engage in hand-to-hand combat and Chewbacca rises triumphant! He runs to take down the others.


R2 helps by hitching a ride and shocking the driver.


The speeder loses control and crash lands with the trooper beneath it.


Meanwhile, Han and Leia have shot down a speeder and are battling the trooper who is hiding behind it. Chewie sneaks up from behind...


...and disarms the trooper as Han and Leia capture him.


The three hop on the abandoned speeders and charge the base.


In the midst of the ongoing battle two Stormtroopers attempt to sneak into the Rebel Base.


They are taken by surprise by Wicket and Paploo and are quickly eliminated. The Ewoks rush to help the others.


Chewie reaches the Emperial base first and bravely jumps from his speeder as it crashes into the enemy.


He stands triumphantly over the wreckage.


The Rebels attack the second walker and quickly win the battle...


Score another one for the power of the Force.





Today's guest post comes to us from All-a-Boy, my precocious 11-year-old. All-a-Boy can usually be found engrossed in his latest book series, reading with expression to his younger siblings or working on passing off scouting requirements. He loves spending time in the outdoors, preferably in a tent or on his bike. All-a-Boy also loves creating new Star Wars adventures with his Legos... and his imagination.

11 comments:

Teachinfourth said...

It was just like reading one of his journal entries at school…that kid is a writer!

Corine said...

I love this! :D I have a kid, much like All-A-Boy (just a year older). He was begging me to post his story on myblog... I forgot about it, and now I feel guilty. The thing is, it's who know's how many pages long! How do I post a story that is becoming o book?

Kudos to you. ;)

Farscaper said...

That was AWESOME!!! I had to bring along my Star Wars fan for this adventure read. He really liked it and said "Woah" when he saw all the Legos. Thanks!

diane rene said...

love this!
and now my girls want to document their barbie dramas ;0)

Gina said...

Unbelievable!

Stephenie said...

So cute. I love creativity. I would also like to know some of the books that he recommends reading. Taneal has a hard time finding books that catch her interest.

Rachel said...

That was so cool! I was so worried how it would end but phew!

You should come and play with Matthew and his Lego's!! We have a ton!

All-A-Boy said...

Stephanie,

This is All-A-Boy. These are some book suggestions. One series that is really good is called The Seventh Tower. I admit it's kind of boring at the beginning of the first book, but it gets more interesting. Another book series is A-to-Z Mysteries. There's a book for each letter (that's 26 in all)! A few books that are very creepy, exciting, and mysterious are the books written by the best mystery writer of all time, Agatha Christie. The best books she's written are And Then There Were None, and the ABC Murders. Other books are Inkheart and the Artemis Fowl series. If she is really bored, I suggest my favorite book series, Alex Rider. There's six books in the series, and it's about a whole ton of spy stuff. It is not a disappointing series, but Taneal might not like it. If she hasn't read it, I suggest Where the Red Fern Grows.

Hope she enjoys the books.

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Kinsey said...

I read this to my five year old nephew and he loved it! He is madly in love with anything Star Wars. We both think All-A-Boy did a job well done!

Lori said...

Full of action. Loved it. Keep 'em coming!