After the probe droids were taken out, a six-fighter squadron of TIE Bombers began an attack on the city, flying in a circular pattern to drop proton bombs on vital parts of the city: Two times city. Please also state that the city is Mos Eisley.
I still don't see why it should be mentioned in an article about the battle. Could you explain your point? Clone Commander LeeTalk 14:35, March 15, 2012 (UTC)
I placed them in the article because they are on-site at the time of the engagement. To me, anyway, that warrants an inclusion, but if I'm wrong I will remove it. And it is possible for the player to shoot them down, but it affects their "friendlies saved" score. Corellian PremierAll along the watchtower 19:31, March 15, 2012 (UTC)
The team then made a run through Mos Eisley, shooting down the six TIE bombers before the city was destroyed. : The city was destroyed? You don't mention it that way in the body.Clone Commander LeeTalk 13:32, March 16, 2012 (UTC)
" Two civilian T-16 skyhoppers were flying through Beggar's Canyon at the time. The squadron flew by them as they fought the probe droids." Is this really relevant to the battle itself? These guys didn't contribute to the fighting in any way.
"The Rebel pilot then destroyed the last three probe droids, saving a nearby Jawa sandcrawler, a large transport used by the Jawas, one of Tatooine's native species." This is a little too much context, and detracts from the paragraph's flow. Something like "a nearby Jawa sandcrawler transport" would be better.
While I realize that "Ambush at Mos Eisley" seems to be a canonical title, I would recommend rewording the first sentence of the introduction. An ambush is usually conducted by someone. Maybe it could be reworded to say something like "The Ambush at Mos Eisley" was an attack conducted by the Galactic Empire…".