Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
The reason that Omnibuses exist.
I don't know, an adaptation of that Clone Wars cartoon arc on Onderon?
Not a lot of votes for this round despite a fairly strong group of responses, but Zor ekes it out.
I may have forgotten to do this one earlier. Or was it all part of my plan...?
Naga Sadow was the first Darth Bane.
It's over, the series is finally over!
Naga Sadow has to fight his arch-enemy Ludo Kressh, who is quickly killed when Naga Sadow turns his apprentice to the Dark Side by tricking him into pressing a button that kills people, The Sith armies attack places by dropping troops outside the walls and attacking by foot, the last good Hutt is killed, the war ends the same afternoon it began and Sadow has to fight his arch-enemy Ludo Kressh... who is quickly killed.
Inspired by Lord of the Rings.
The first of many, it seems
The Trade that nobody has.
The Sith Empire falls, probably because they relied on illusions to invade Coruscant, let their army at Kirrek get defeated by a brain-jellyfish committing suicide and some prisoners pressed into military service by the imperialist empress the Jedi are still for some reason friends with, let some random kid who just showed up act as an important military commander because Sadow thought he'd turned him to the dark side probably and that makes you an impeccably loyal military genius, fought a war among themselves in the middle of a war against an enormous Galactic Republic, and then as soon as the Republic showed up had their leader sacrifice all his forces and run away.
Featuring the shortest conflict since the Anglo-Zanzibar War.
THE SITH SHALL NOT PASS!
Can I just carry over my votes from when I first submitted this?
A huge Galactic War of three battles, in other words, 6 issues that tell a story that should have been 12 issues long.
Given the current voting levels? Yes.
Okay, RC's old entry has blown away the competition in this, the most tepid round of voting ever.
We're only about halfway through TotJ, but I can take a hint--we'll get back to it later.
You were deceived... if you thought this book was about Darth Malak.
Fall of the Sith Empire? I actually have that one.
No, The Freedon Nadd Uprising.
If you thought Darth Malgus was going to be a badass like Darth Vader because he looks like him, you would be wrong; Darth Malgus is inspired by the Darth Vader that cries himself to sleep at night in Lost Command.
Darth Malgus sacks the Jedi Temple and apparently some other things happened, but I don't remember what they were.
Not an official entry, but...
The book where "Xizor" is a WHM.
In the first Star Wars novel based on a video game's trailer, a Smuggler (who does Bad Things to support an Ill Child) flies a Jedi Knight (who seeks Vengeace, possibly, for her Slain Master) to Coruscant to fight a Sith Warrior (who is Cross and Married but Mostly Cross).
A book is based on a five minute game trailer and in spite (or maybe because of) its short length and easily categorized characters ends up working pretty well.
A good book that should not have been a hardcover
Continuing the trend of awesome novel covers following Millennium Falcon, they can't even get Malgus' lightsaber right, but aside from that, not a bad story starring someone whose idea of growth is eternal war, along with some cameos from a Jedi, a smuggler and a gangster.