Hey Mando, is that real Beskar Steel? Nov 17, 2019 5:42:13 GMT
Post by Ovinomancer on Nov 17, 2019 5:42:13 GMT
He has a tracker. They clearly work from a distance.
Like I said, I get the trope, they wanted him riding in, walking out. But aside from Nolte's insistence that one cannot simply walk into Mordor, the Ugnaught could have pointed it out on a flyby. Or on a map. Or even a "50 miles that way".
The tracker was directional only. I'm starting to wonder if you really think the bounty hunter should have just parked his ship right on top of the target, or done multiple flybys to get a position fix using the tracker, thereby fully alerting everyone?
And, sure, the Ugnaught could have related the directions via interpretive dance. If that's the extent of your disagreement -- the Ugnaught didn't dance according to your imagined preference -- then okay, have at, you're a strange person but you do you. In the meantime, it seems fairly intelligent to NOT do multiple flybys of a target location but instead land some distance away and track in carefully to maintain the element of surprise. At least, it seems obvious to me. I might be odd in this thinking. I'm might also be odd in thinking that if you have a local guide willing to show you the way to the target, especially after having saved your life, that demanding that they walk back to your ship and fly around seems like it might be kinds dumb and likely to insult the said local guide.
I guess the short form of all of this is get better complaints?