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Why Most Star Wars Ships Are Poorly Designed

Half of the fun of Star Wars movies is the cool outer space battles that they create. Watching X-Wing's dog fighting with TIE Fighters and taking down massive Star Destroyers is cool. However, if one thinks about it logically, it all becomes less cool.
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