Several Imperials were trying to get down to the cable car station, but with the door locked, they had to put all their effort into knocking it down.
Morris: *Slowly wakes up, and hears the Imperials banging the doors* Imperial Guards: *Hitting the doors with sledgehammers* Imperial Officer 62: Sargent, take a break. Imperial Guard 55: *Gives his hammer to a stormtrooper* Stormtrooper 98: *Hits the door with the hammer* Morris: *Slowly stands up* Mary: Lieutenant? Morris: *Holds his head, and looks at Mary* Where's the Major? Mary: He's on the cable car. Morris: *Runs back to the controls*
After making his way down into the station, Morris ran up a small corridor. At the end were two doors. Both were closed.
Morris: *Opens a door, and looks outside* Imperials: *Running all over the place. Several Astro droids are also outside with them* Morris: *Closes the door, and places a wooden board on the doors to lock them. He runs back down to the station, closes the other door, and also locks that. He looks up at the others still waiting on the roof* The doors in the corridor are locked. John: See if you can find the controls. Morris: *Walks over to the control table* There's a start, and...
After leaving the shed, John walked back to the Alpine Bar. Another song was heard in the distance, coming from the bar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVos0eMFFQU
John: *Looks to the left behind two Imperial Troop Transports, and finds a body. He walks towards it*
It was Jott. He was dead. Blood was coming out of his mouth.
John: *Back inside the bar with Morris* He was heading towards me. Until someone killed him. Did you see where the other three went? Morris: I couldn't see. This place is very crowded, and there's more than one exit. Anyone of them could have slipped out. If you don't mind...
In a village near the castle, a steam engine blew it's whistle, pulling seven hopper cars. Once the train was gone, it was safe for John, and his men to cross the tracks. They had to pass between two more freight cars, marked for the Imperials.
Morris: You know Major, I thought this galaxy got rid of trains over 200 years ago. John: Not on this planet. They're preserved for recreational, and educational purposes. Let's go into the depot across the street.
Song (Start at 1:28): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgu87PoFPn4&list=PL0TfWQhot6a3q02s5-4UbHFJ4OwmVytUh&index=3
Morris: *Laying down, looking through his macrobinoculars at the castle*
He looked to the left, and saw a cable car station.
Morris: *Continues to look at the castle* John: *Walks down the hill, and lays down next to Morris, also looking at the castle*
Stop the song
Morris: Take a look down there. *Points to an area on the ground below the castle* John: *Looks at an Imperial Troop Transport passing a fence. It passes an astro droid with small cannons attached to it's side* That...
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"STAR WARS: EPISODE II - ATTACK OF THE CLONES" (2002) Review
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