@HowTerribleIsThat said:So again, they have to escape the area to survive an attack?
I don't really care how counter intuitive the strategy is, they can easily launch their attacks from the time vortex and of course they can simply return to space a few minutes later.
All right. I guess I can take that as a concession.
Regardless, they still have no means to defeat Palpatine's spirit. So the best they can hope for is a stalemate.A single wormhole has ravaged the surface of a planet before. A singular one has a fair amount of reach to it.
Can Palpatine launch wormhole after wormhole for days on end?Uh...unless you expect the Daleks to destroy hundreds of millions of planets, this is a horrendously implausible tactic. This also assumes that the Daleks conveniently know when Palpatine was born, and this assumes they will meet no resistance from anyone along the way. And for the record, the OP never specified where the battles take place. So if they even start in the SW universe is ambiguous. Having said that, how will the Daleks know where to travel to or even arrive there anyway?
They don't need to know where Palpatine is born, they have more than enough ships armed with planet busting weapons (as seen in War of the Daleks, their saucers are easily capable of planet busting) to simply destroy every planet that he could have come from,
This is quite possibly the most far-reaching fan fiction I have never seen in a battle forum debate.A planet sized wormhole seems sufficient to destroy one "conveniently attackable ball," as you put it, since you have not proven that they can survive it. More than that, since when do combatants in a battle thread begin a galaxy apart? You just made up a stipulation for the forum rules out of thin air. Do they have to begin in one "conveniently attackable ball"? No. Do they have to remain in the same general area? Yes. Otherwise, what is even the point of this round?
nd he stated an entire Dalek fleet, there's no reason to think that the Daleks would have clustered their entire fleet into one small conveniently attackable ball. And hell even if the entire fleet was there, is Palpatine going to destroy them all at once? No there is far too many ships for that and if he proves to be a threat they can just do everything that I have stated."Took on" is a rather general consensus. Did they suffer casualties? What were their methods of combat in this situation? How vast were their deployed forces? Off-panel feats being off-panel ruins this. Unless you can definitively show that they can shrug off teraton+ force/continental ravaging forces, the point is irrelevant.
Also during the timewar they took on a species armed with weapons that far exceed mere planet busting which is beyond the capability of these wormholes, unfortunately this is all happened off screen so the feats are unusable but it does make the idea of them being scared of mere wormholes seem silly.
So the Dalek's are suppose to stand there and let people hit them? Wow, you sure are making it easy for the Star War U to win. It's call dodging and that's why they have the ability, temporal shift. No where said they can't dodge into a different time or space.
But you are right when you said this whole battle is the most far-reaching fan fiction in a while. Everything is just pure speculation except Daleks do have way more advance tech than Star Wars Universe. Blowing up a planet, not so impressive. Shifting a region of space 1 second ahead in the time stream, then blowing up a planet, much more impressive.