The anecdote about the turtle does make the scenario seem a bit dull - with the PCs turned into mere spectators, but it wasn't as bad as it might sound. The players just heard a quick description of the army's methods, and were of course free to try to intervene (they didn't, much), and most of the scenario dealt with other things. The scenario was not actually about the turtle, but about another mission to sabotage the efforts of the occupying forces. The turtle incident was just a little warm-up to show that the local Empire troops were well-organised and capable of making the PCs look silly. It was to guide the PCs into thinking a bit harder about the main mission.
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