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Correct Answers to TQ12


Raid on Wasat 7-9
    Imperial Intelligence has discovered the location of a Rebel listening post that has been monitoring Imperial Fleet movements. The post is located in a nebula and is constructed inside of a small drifting asteroid. Several comets, nearly 40 metres across will be passing through the nebula. If the conducted raid on the post is not done swiftly the Rebels will have the time to destroy the data that they have collected. Unfortunately, the area that the Rebels are monitoring is mainly an Interdictor Cruiser staging area. Thus captain, your vessel the Interdictor Cruiser Stone Wall will proceed to capture the Rebel post. Your complement is 1 TIE Bomber Squadron and 1 Stormtrooper Transport and its accompanying troops. Imperial Intelligence reports that the Rebels' complement is 1 T-Wing Squadron and 1 captured Gamma-class Light Personnel Carrier. They also report that all those craft can be launched in under a standard minute due to multiple small hangers.
Note that there are no reinforcements available. The Rebel T-Wings are fully loaded with Concussion Missiles. The TIE Bombers are fully loaded with Concussion Missiles. The Stormtrooper Transports are fully loaded with their Proton Torpedoes. The Rebel post is unarmed, however, it is shielded (Shields rated at 200 SBD).
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Interdictor Cruiser
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Correct Response Number 1
The TIE Bombers and the Sormtrooper Transport should fly behind those Comets until the Imperial ships are close to the listening post, then when the ships are in range, 3 bombers will be sent to divert attention by flying towards the listening post, and the moment that the T wings are dispatched to kill the bombers, after they bomb the listening post with 2 Missiles each, the other TIE Bombers should emerge from the cover of the comets, and  destroy whatever number of T wings have been sent to destroy the Bombers, if not all of the T wings have been dispatched, then all the remaining TIE Bombers should confront the T wings with each bomber targeting 1 T wing and sending 2 concussion missilles into each t wing and immideately after the release of the two missilles, they should target the T wing targeting them, and then switch to laserfire so the incoming warhead of the T wing can be destroyed before hitting the bomber, after that, they should dogfight the T wings, since their shields aren't as strong as that of normal Alliance craft, while the Stormtrooper transport, tries to disable the listening posts shields for boarding, and if any T wing should target the Stormtrooper Transport, one or two bombers will assist it, by attacking the T wing. I think that's all.


Correct Response Number 2

Galactic Empire Data Bank's Answer
    The only way to ensure that Imperial Forces take the Rebel post and preventing the Rebels from destroying their data is to use guile. The Interdictor Cruiser Stone Wall would proceed to the outer right edge of grid C5 and release the Stormtrooper Transport before it would leave the area. The transport would be launched under a communications blackout. The Stormtrooper Transport would power down all possible systems (including shields) [before it would launch] and would make its way towards the comet in grid C4. Once there the transport would follow in the comet's path. Once the transport enters grid B1, it would break away from the comet and move towards the Rebel post. As soon as the transport attaches itself to the post the onboard troops would then proceed to capture the facility.