….Determination. The plague stops here. With purpose he reprogrammed the station’s controls to crash directly into the gas giant of Yavin, its harsh storms surely capable of ripping the craft to shreds. Power was low, so he delegated to the A.I. to make the destruction of the station a Priority Alpha, which would result in the redirection of power to the thrusters regardless of what it was used for. To make sure the monsters couldn’t use the station he unloaded most of his magazine into it, before heading off towards the janitorial ward.
Galen was sure he spoke for both of them when he said aloud
However it did not deal damage to the robot or the infected using the robot as cover. The robot promptly resumed fire, the barrels rotating faster than Azula’s eyes could fully tack. She decided to take advantage of the distraction by charging up a massive jet of fire, striking just as he moved to dodge from the machine gun.
“However the very fact you took prisoners when you didn’t have to shows you do have some good in you. You just got to realize it, and free yourself from the dark side. Your father doesn’t care about your fate; he’s solely interested in you for his own selfish gains.”
“WELL DONE! You have done well this day, foiling the plots of an intricate plotmaker, dealing with both the seen and unforeseen. Not only that but you applied psychology warfare on the mind of someone normally more skilled at it then you, and you did it without killing her. You used your superb knowledge of your surroundings to literally get a firebender to burn herself out. Fear not, for your trials and hardships will soon be rewarded, the first of which is four hours of additional prep time for not killing your foe. “
The various variables, defenses and of course specials all played a role in this battle, but this review only counted primary means of winning the battle.
Actually this category is closer than many of you indicated. Marek is going to get off the first shot most of the time via his force enhanced reflexes, though neither was trained to hesitate. His limited precognition shows that some moves he’ll be able to predict before they occur, or at least suspect something is wrong. His masterstroke here is adaptive creativity, which shows he’ll make greater use of the environment as a weapon (Jedi/Sith are usually really good at this).
Also to clarify the robot was the "Motorized Patriot " from an upcoming Bioshock game that one of my friends requested I put in and the zombies were in part a tribute to the novel Death Troopers, in part to showcase some of Marek's and Azula's moves.