Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
A game notable only for an AU DLC where Leia becomes a Jedi heroine of the Rebellion... temporarily.
Yet another example of why cloning is a bad idea.
The One where Starkiller kept going, WHERE'S JUNO?!
Gotta add 2 more words Zor or you're not gonna be eligible. Try Starkiller shouted, "Where's Juno?!?"
I could always just do what I did for TFU1 and break Juno into J U N O, but I'll do what you said instead.
There we go... I've just turned TFU2 into a Friends episode.
The middle and final installment of the Force Unleashed trilogy.
More Starkillers waiting to be rhettconned.
In a series that's already Star Wars on crack, The Force Unleashed II ups the ante with bigger Force powers, tougher enemies, Boba Fett, a monster that makes a rancor look like a stuffed toy, and even more unrequited romance and plot holes than the first one.
Starkiller using the force alot and this time a clone!!!
In an attempt to prove quantity over quality matters, especially as the first game/story was already seriously lacking in quality, they figure the more Starkillers the better, not to mention the more lightsabers the better, leading to a four-armed multi-headed Rhett clone in the third game who can choose both light and dark choices at the same time once they resolve that cliffhanger... wait, what do you mean that's it?
As Thread Overlord, I hereby order everyone to vote for Uli.
@cthugha produces a pun worthy of Jello himself,
@Uli wins, proving that there is justice in the universe.
Medstar: Jedi Healer.
(you know, I loved these books, but they really have just the worst titles ever)
Bariss Offee goes on a peyote-fueled vision quest but just kinda shrugs it off.
Medstar: Jedi Healer, we learn that a practical use of the force is different from what the Jedi are taught in the Temple.
Despite the fact that it has no involvement with Anakin Skywalker and his journey toward the dark side, this is a Clone Wars novel that does enlighten us on another side of the war and thus, is a must read for any inquisitive Star Wars fan.
For those who want to see the longer review this sentence came from, check out http://www.g-pop.net/swmedstarjedihealer.htm
In this book, Barriss explores the wondrous world of bota-fuelled Force visions, only for this new perspective to be rendered near-meaningless for future novels by the bota's decline, and Jos Vondar chooses the woman he loves over a cultural rule, expressing the opinion the rule is on its way out, an opinion apparently proven correct by our never hearing of the rule again in any other novels.
Barriss Offee does 'shrooms while Den Dhur and I5 end up unemployed until Coruscant Nights.
I-5 fulfills his dreams by getting drunk, winning a sabacc match against a Wookiee, and losing his arms to said enraged Wookiee, while a reporter, a Jedi, and some doctors deal with less interesting existential issues with eventual success.
The book that proved that the authors had no idea what they were doing therefore making it the worst ending to a duology we've ever seen
jedi on drugs, people getting drunk alot and playn cards 10/10
Not a review thread.
@DarthRelaxus takes a commanding lead over a grand total of one other vote.
Now, in honor of Jello...
Please don't let this happen.
Three times is not the charm.
Suddenly Legacy of the Force makes a lot more sense with the revelation that it was Starkiller who turned Jacen to the Dark Side and installed Natasi Daala as Chief of State . . .