Lit One Sentence or Less -- A FOREST APART

Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. Sinrebirth SWC and EUC Forum Moderator

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    Wes dies, and then doesn't, which is a relief, and Booster does to Fey'lya what we wish someone else had done during the Vong War.
  2. CooperTFN TFN EU Staff Emeritus

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    No, that's not what...oh, nevermind.
  3. instantdeath Force Ghost

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    Zing?

    I don't really remember Corran learning to use the lightsaber that effectively in this one, though. Didn't he just sort of swing a lightsaber at a guys back? Yeah, he's well on his way to learning to use a deadly baseball bat :p
  4. Tim Battershell Force Ghost

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    I'm trying to stay on-topic! :D;) And in the SW Universe!

    That was in Bacta War, this time he definitely had more control of the saber!
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  5. instantdeath Force Ghost

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    I actually don't remember Corran using his silver saber aside from that instance... can you remind me?
  6. Runjedirun Force Ghost

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    This time when presumed dead Corran takes the rest of the Rogues along for the ride, while his father in law kicks Bothan A.
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  7. CooperTFN TFN EU Staff Emeritus

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    I'm fairly certain that the things I was thinking of exist in the GFFA. In the X-Wing books in particular.
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  8. Random Comments Game Winner

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    And I think that's enough. If democracy had any power, you'd stop talking now.
  9. instantdeath Force Ghost

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    But but by that logic, if I think it's not enough, democracy demands that he continue or call for a recount.
  10. Random Comments Game Winner

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    Tim tried to get him to stop, too.
  11. instantdeath Force Ghost

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    But Zorrixer liked his post, hinting at his true allegiance ;)
  12. Random Comments Game Winner

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    Ah, but he thinks democracy has no power. He said so earlier.
    Therefore he wouldn't vote because it'd be pointless.

    CooperTFN-this time, the tangent is YOUR fault!
  13. CooperTFN TFN EU Staff Emeritus

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    I cede this exchange to you. [face_peace]
  14. Random Comments Game Winner

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    Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
  15. Havac Some Guy Who Moderates Lit

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    Not only did Isard magically escape death . . . so did her clone, so now here they are lamely popping up in a sort of extended single-book epilogue several years later so we'd have an excuse to see the Rogues get promoted after The Thrawn Trilogy -- but at least this time all the Rogues can get in on the fake-Corran-death action.
  16. GrandMasterKatarn Force Ghost

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    Corran, Wedge, and the Rogues storm the Tion Hegemony to kill both Isards and Krennel while rescuing Jan Dodonna from Isards' clutches
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  17. RC-1991 Force Ghost

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    The Rogues demonstrate that AT-ATs actually go down really easily when faced with an X-Wing, which makes the battle of Hoth make no sense.

    If we want to create yet another tangent, I could discuss how @Todd the Jedi's use of "gladiis" could constitute ablative of means, in which case he may have been technically correct.
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  18. cavalier_one Force Ghost

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    Janson apparently dies to get him out of the way of Isard v Isard because he had way too much screentime in the Wraith books and may have overshadowed Corran with his pure awesomeness.
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  19. GrandAdmiralJello Moderator Communitatis Litterarumque

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    Wrong hegemony.
  20. CooperTFN TFN EU Staff Emeritus

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    Started this round a little late, but I think @Havac is the clear winner at this point, so I'll move on.

    SWDBPODANOTOR.

    Hav, don't disappoint me.
  21. Todd the Jedi Mod and Sitcom Dad of SWTV

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    Darth Bane goes through occupation after occupation until finally settling on evil mastermind, 'cause miner, soldier, and Sith Lord were just not good enough for him.
  22. Havac Some Guy Who Moderates Lit

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    Bane's ascent to Sith Lord is told in the most generic, dull, needlessly contradictory fashion imaginable, for adults like me.
  23. Charlemagne19 Chosen One

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    Disgruntled sociopathic miner turned soldier is recruited to the Sith Hogwarts where he plays the role of a 300lb Harry Potter before slaughtering Draco Malfoy, being seduced by Hermione, and claiming his destiny by getting Voldemort to blow himself up.
  24. GrandMasterKatarn Force Ghost

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    The book that did it's darnedest to rewrite the supremely awesome Jedi vs Sith while trying to make Bane seem less of a badarse than he really is in the worst way possible.
  25. RC-1991 Force Ghost

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    The writer of KotOR I writes a novel set roughly 3000 years later, though you would never know it from the technology, characters, locations, and plot.