Soldiers need to be consistent
By - SubSharp
In all fairness: He lost his good guy plot armor
Plot armor's 66 inches thick
66 inches is 167.64 cm
Damn, a Napoleon size plot armor
To be fair, crosshair was using a pistol instead of a rifle.
It's easier for me to hit a target at 300 meters with an M4 than it is for me to hit a target consistently at 20 meters with a Glock 17. Then again I am trained with the rifle.
tbf target is a quite large grocery store
The harder part is hitting the people in the target
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I’m not really well trained with either, and I am way more accurate with a rifle than I am with a pistol. 3-4 points of contact really makes a difference.
Oh definitely, barrel length, muzzle velocity and a bunch of other factors also help
Tbf, the chip might had fucked up his aim. Coupled with the possibility that he subconsciously doesn’t want to hit them and you get this
If only this was true and he didn't reverse-palpatine
Well my theory is if the abnormalities in his brain that gave him his marksmanship we’re suppressing the control chip, turning up the control chip would suppress his marksmanship
Good theory. Also he reflected a shot against linearly moving droids down a corridor, wrecka could have hit that shot. The second clip he’s fighting highly skilled clones on a moving target whilst he is running with a pistol.
Untah, and Icko.
Can’t forgit Cross-air!
Yeah I was thinking that too. The skill in the corridor shot goes to setting up the reflectors at the exact angles, not the shot at the first one.
First time he had all the time in the world to hit one stationary target that he'd planted there himself, while he's standing still and aiming with a scoped rifle. Second time he's got a few seconds to hit a moving target *on* another moving target that's actively avoiding his fire, while he's running, with a non-scoped pistol.
Perhaps also his non-dominant hand?
Also he just got his brain fucked with.
The inhibitor chip restricts free will and creativity, so it's likely to not even get the idea of doing cool trick shots. All clones just started shooting wildly at Jedi when order 66 hit. No advanced tactics, no strategic self preservation, just plain attacking. We're also told that the inhibitor chips in the bad batch's heads don't work because of their abilities, their genetic alterations.
Something was done to crosshair that made the inhibitor chip work like intended in his head. Assuming it limits the abilities of his altered genes isn't too far fetched I think, considering it worked the other way around (altered genes limiting inhibitor chip). His mind might have been normalized a bit, making him more like the other mindless clones after order 66.
when you come back to the game and realise how hard you kill to death ratio went down the toilet.
As if he didn't hit Wrecker earlier or wreck Saw's camp smh
Seems like order 66 had lasting side effects.
Star Wars the series that has more plot armour then it has dead younglings
Somehow, Crosshair missed.
Really trying to enjoy this show, but it's becoming the *disney formula*
Not enough Bad Batch memes. I'm not ready to lose Wrecker to the chip.
It’s because order 66 inhibits the creativity and personality of clones making them more storm troopery
it's that goddamn helmet i'm telling you
He probably missed on purpose because he still had some control
Moving ship vs cramped hallway,
His own squad mates vs predictable battle droids,
Pistol vs rifle
Great meme btw
I thought Dave Filoni was a great writer! What malarkey is this?!
Headcannon the control chip is negatively effecting his unique shapshooter skills and the more it’s active the worst he’ll get
I can’t like this tv show :(
First example: Using his preferred weapon against predictably moving enemies with plenty of time to line up his shot.
Second example: Chasing after someone while using only a sidearm and trying to shoot while running (way harder than it looks).
I'd say it's pretty accurate.
Does anyone else think that the first clip was a little much, even for the clone wars? Off by a fraction of a degree and the shot wouldn't make it to the end. And why does it keep going after going through droids? That's inconsistent with the way blaster bolts work. They don't just keep going through everything forever.
Looks like someone isn't a *good soldier*
The force (plot armour) works in mysterious ways.
What I showed you is consistent, from a certain point of view.
I would say it's consistent with good guy vs. bad guy aim in star wars 😂 Also other people's reasoning about the situation, who he's fighting, what weapon he's using, the inhibitor chip, etc. all explain this really well. Good meme for sure though, we just can't help but over analyze everything!
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I think the chip therapy made him follow protocol more in line with the empire at the cost of taking some of his unique skills. Also he is shooting with a pistol in that clip which isn't his best weapon
Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=\_XD62X-0D2Q
That's the problem with making the sniper the bad guy. You jist have to nerf him or the main characters would all die within one shot.
Spoiler flair man, wtf