Except Ruinus... the 1-H is a Heavy Tank...
It's a repulsorcraft too. A turbo is a heavy tank, since heavy tanks appear to be anything that isn't a repulsorcraft.
Hmm... except that you seem to be under the Delusion that they would be able to do this rather easily... it's not as if they have the ability to rain down thousands of these low Kiloton level Bombs with impunity, and it's safe to assume that the Unshielded TIE's would be a Prime Target for SAMs which you once again UTTERLY FAIL to take into account.
5 TIE/sa's per base. 1,000 PGBs means 5,000 TIE/sa. Each with 12 missiles (proton and concussion). 60,000 kiloton missiles, just based on one single loadout for the TIE/sa.
Also, about the SAMs. Provide maps, where are these SAMs? Really, all I'm hearing from the other side is "SAMS!" Ok, sure. Where are they? How many? I want to see a map showing a complete coverage of all of the Earth by SAMs.
How would the Imperial Forces know which cities would have these World Leaders?
How would the Imperial Forces know where the Major Military Installations like NORAD and other Nations counterparts are located?
Even assuming that taking out our Satellites would actually work to disrupt communication... we still have Basic Radio and Land Lines...
They woudln't need to. They'd simply need to know which cities have alot of people, which is easy to figure out.
They wouldn't, they'd need to know which cities to attack. The big ones.
GPS and satellite imaging would be gone. Militaries would need another way to see troop movements.
All they would have done is take away our Internet, Satellite Cell Phones, and GPS... but guess what? We actually don't need that stuff. Because the Military is Actually prepared for something like that happening, and to figure that our Resolve would be broken by a light bombing of Low Yield Bombs that are targeted at Random places that Seem like they might be Strategic to someone who doesn't know the situation, and a crippling of our internet services... Just seems stupid... Especially considering the fact that TIEs are Fairly Fragile things to wipe out... Just one missile wreaking it's solar panel would knock the thing out of the air, and while that would only disable it in space... it has the Rapidly approaching ground to worry about.
So In light of the fact that our Air Forces are fairly Even in Numbers to theirs and that we actually have SAM sites that can wipe them out... it stands to reason that Their TIE advantage isn't as Great as you make it out to be.
I'd like to know the effectiveness of a military without satellite imaging and GPS. How would, say, the US army fight after that?
Again, where are these SAMs? Maps, I want to see maps of SAM coverage, how fast they can be deployed and their numbers. I have never once said that a TIE is invulnerable, I have, however, been saying that their ability to pick and choose targets makes them hard to kill enemies, since they can show up in areas that don't have fighter or SAM support.
Frankly these TIE's were meant to be a Garrison Force, they're not kitted out for Full Scale War... that's why they have the Numbers Advantage.
Win Conditions for them are Total Subjugation of the Native Population.
TIE Fighters are only equipped with Basic Model Weaponry
TIE Bombers are equipped with 4 Proton Torps, 8 Concussion Missiles, and 8 Proton Bombs. But Bases are only stocked with 2 more of each type per TIE Bomber. With another full payload of Bombs.
Remember these are Low Kiloton level bombs, and would probably take a full flight of Bombers to devastate an average city.
If they make it past our defenses that is...
Each TIE/sa has about 12 kT, if a squadron is about 12 ships, then 144 kTs are being carried around by a single TIE/sa squadron. About those SAMs and fighters. Again, I want to know how many SAMs are covering New York.