Discussion in 'Literature' started by Manisphere, Jul 21, 2011.
Forget Holy Hair, I want the Glove of Darth Vader to be hidden inside the holocron chamber.
They already sell that at Disneyland
Cheap Disney replicas do not hold the power of the real Glove!
Cool, thanks Dan - I'll start plotting how to acquire my copy!
You will find that it is you who are mistaken, about a great many things.
Thanks, I just ordered it on www.bn.com and hope it arrives this weekend. I am thinking it will be a good break from "actual in-universe" stories, I ordered Visionaries with it too.
The Imperial Knights Pamphlet?
Okay, you guys forced it out of me. It's a greeting card that reads "Please Come to my Mofference!" on the outside and when you open it it plays a MIDI file of "I Bid, I Bid, I Bid You All Dark Greetings."
Quoting this post so that people can like it twice.
Making that three quotes for the hat trick.
I made a hat trick!
I liked how every Sith who wrote about the Sith'ari legend thought that it is talking about them.
This is the mental image I got from the Sith: "I tied my own shoe laces! I'm the Sith'ari! Buahhahhaahhaa!"
Yeah, the Sith are basically a bunch of special snowflakes who don't think the rules apply to them. That's why they revolt from the Jedi, mistaking tradition for foolishness. Basically they're a bunch of petty little children.
And yes I know it's weird for me to be pro-Jedi. Deal with it.
This is gold.
You wipe your mouth out and say fifty Hail Palpys.
My support for His Imperial Majesty is secular.
It's deeply awkward for me that he's a Sith Lord. I'd really wish he weren't. It would make things so much easier. That's why the Second Empire -- despite being manifestly inferior and considerably less glorious -- is easier to champion.
Finished this in day and a half, couldnt put it down. It was a lot better than Jedi Path loved seeing things from the dark point of view. Kudos for some of the continuity clean up in Talzin section.
i still don't have the book of sith, it's so expensive. Some places ask $100 for it, and even Amazon wants over $50.
I think that's the expensive boxed set version, in a plastic "Holocron" that opens at the touch of a button, with some other stuff.
The book was released recently without any of the other stuff- much cheaper.
Yeah - take a look on Amazon or in your local bookstores. The hardcover by itself is available, as is the Jedi one.
The hardcover solo Sith book by itself was roughly the same price as the Jedi book at my book store. So it's all good.
What I'm curious is to what possible new goodies may come from it in both the e-book version and the dual pack version with the Jedi book. When Jedi Path was released in e-format, what exactly was new?
For those who have read this, does "Potentium theory" come up?
From memory, I think it's briefly mentioned in one line somewhere or something.
that was in jedi path
But no indication that the titular Sith believe in it?
For some reason, I thought I'd read something about the Sith, maybe Palpatine, dismissing the Potentium followers as fools, but taking a quick skim through I can't see any mention of it.