>>114682127> so the rebellion would have picked themselves up at this point.
Hey, you know what would knock them down pretty fast? Giant global catastrophe. How do I know this? It worked last time, super effectively, almost destroyed the moonstone on its own.>Also, the robots aren't powerful enough to overtake Brightmoon on their own
They don't have to be, that's why they're support. You may ask, why did they never use the weaker ones as support in the first attack?>So literally try the exact same thing again and hope something changes?
Or, hear me out "She-Ra has been taken off guard and outdone several times by now.". Which, if you're not a writer on this show, you might notice is the exact opposite of a blind frontal assault. Do a different tactic that has worked on this specific character? Maybe? Nahhh, just ignore it for 3 seasons, who needs a half a brain cell when you have a superweapon you tried with the dumbest tactic and still almost won.>Brightmoon's natural defenses
They went down when the event happened. Remember? That's why they could do the stupid assault? And hey! Garnet! >Catra is swamped with paperwork
Oh well if there's paperwork then using a smaller but way more effective surprise tactic Catra herself used would be out of the question.>hrough the forest that they were struggling to pass through
They can fly up with their transport things. They do it. A lot. Just fly up?>Lterally camped out in Brightmoon.
Okay if Mermesta's sea forces are there, then you realize this is the easiest thing ever to take out, right? They're sitting ducks. You'd have to be an absolute moron not to attack again with so much possible damage in a single area with very little manuverability room,>they have less machines and manpower than they initially had to work with.
Less manpower? They lost one person! They didn't lose a single soldier, how do they have less manpower? And one machine did more damage to She-Ra in one attack than 3 did in the last season.