Angry Birds Star Wars 2 Rebels Level PE-4 Walkthrough

Thanks for watching our 3 star walkthrough strategy video for Angry Birds Star Wars II Rebels level PE-4. You can read more about the Rebels update and TV show here. The score in the video is 114,770.

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Rank: Sling God with 25780 points
By wicket182 (@wicket182)Score: 133,790

I love me some Dracula guy. Aimed at lower left red box and targeted far right lower leg upon impact. 117,990

Rank: Sling God with 25780 points
By wicket182 (@wicket182)Score: 133,790

Well, 117,990 was my first score with that Dracula looking dude. kept at it to see if I could improve. 125,800

Rank: Sling God with 21565 points
By dmsral (@dmsral)Score: 115,450

115k with 2. Lots of points in the piles of wood if you can drop the bomblets into the middle of them.

Rank: Avian Overlord with 18260 points
By cconnielf (@cconnielf)Score: 133,240

Chopper can be frustrating, but when he works… he is gold! Two spurts over the short stack then a fast climb vertically to burn as much lumber as possible.

Rank: Explosive with 2320 points
By NO Last Chance (@mad-ridley)Score: 134,910

Highscore 134370: I got 128K by crashing Lando into the red box and firing across the base to bring it all down and then using Chopper to burn everything left. My highscore was obtained by using Chopper only the same way as @cconnielf but leaving enough gas to come back into the pack and burn as much as I could. It would be possible to get more points as some stick were still visible.

Many birds died to Fling you this information.

Rank: Sling God with 30035 points
By ABeggerToo (@abeggertoo)Score: 132,910

The loop-back with Chopper seems to be the key. Interestingly my higher scores have come when Choppers burns the middle to top of the right structure as opposed to starting fires lower. For some reason the fire seems to burn downwards more efficiently than upwards.

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