All the Star Wars feels are coming out today, and its fitting that a new Star Wars fan film has landed on line featuring Storm Troopers, and the Black Wing virus.

White Armour is set in the Star Wars Universe, following Imperial Recon Unit 1919 on a search and destroy mission.

Falco, an Imperial Officer Academy drop out, has had his rank stripped away and been re-assigned to the Imperial Recon Squad.

The squad has been sent on a mission to hunt down the source of the Black Wing virus, a deadly pathogen being developed by Rebel forces.

What happens along the way?

So… whadya think? I was really hoping this would not end the way it did, but not bad overall.

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  1. Lissy
    April 18, 2015 at 6:10 am — Reply

    Great work guys! Really enjoyed it. You did so much with so little. You should be proud cos I sure am! Xx

  2. April 19, 2015 at 3:15 pm — Reply

    NO blood. Think about it. Have you ever seen blood in star wars films? One more thing. ICON: Lightsaber. cauterizes wounds instantly. I would love to see more.

    • April 19, 2015 at 7:13 pm — Reply

      Thanks for the replies guys. Have we seen blood in a Star Wars film? No, however this is not a traditional Star Wars fan film (sorry no John Williams style music or light sabers this time around). Thanks for watching it however and we look forward to bringing you White Armour 2 in 2016

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