Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
And she DOESN'T KNOW HOW TO USE THEM!
I have to admit CT's makes me laugh my ass off, but Grand Admiral Paxis pulled this one out by the skin of his teeth.
The book in which Luke gets to be depressingly incompetent, and Kyp Durron practically begs for someone to kick his ass (Kyle Katarn is right over there: just saying).
Admiral Ackbar accidentally kills a bunch of mayflies shortly before Kyp Durron fails to think rationally and Daala refuses to admit that she's in waaaaay over her head with her cockamamie scheme to make a vastly superior armada tremble with fear at her inexperienced mini-fleet.
The Book of Fail, where Daala fails at being a competent baddie, Luke fails at being a Jedi instructor, KJA fails at writing at anything resembling professional prose, and the galaxy fails at understanding just how awesome Ackbar really is.
Corran Horn is hiding inside this book, waiting for his chance to tell Luke how stupid he's acting.
As Tionne proves herself to be the most ineffective history teacher ever, Daala attacks and fails to take Dac's shipyards, thereby ensuring that nothing bad will ever happen to the planet again.
The Book of Praxeum.
Simply put, everyone fails because KJA was Bantam's Troy Denning
Despite early setbacks, Presidential candidate Daala makes an absolute killing at her campaign stop on the rural electorate of Dantooine, but her surprise visit to the safe Mothma-seat of Mon Calamari to shore up her "tough on Rebels" credentials draws immediate protest, with local news sources reporting that a Mothmatist protestor threw an entire star cruiser at her in protest of her policy of indiscriminantly killing everything.
Ah, guess I missed the Annihilation blurb. Probably would have had something to do with everyone in the trailers knowing each other.
In any case, Anderson actually takes Wedge in an unexpected and interesting direction before hooking him up with a feather lady and Han and co. become unkillable in a superweapon that they can literally fly through a star destroyer, so yeah.
Oh yeah, was this the one in which KJA managed to make ******* Wedge Antilles come off as a super creepy, domineering big man to Qwi's fragile little woman?
On a dare, KJA attempts to mischaracterize every single character and quote every single line of the films.
I didn't want to remember that. Thanks a lot.
We shouldn't be surprised since in Jedi Search, he revealed Wedge's secret desire to work in construction and demolition.
Yeah so the weekend appeared and I forgot this thing existed. Paxis wins again, now the pressure's on to go three-for-three.
...what is it about Bantam and not wanting to actually illustrate new characters? "Eh, just throw 'em all in the far background".
For Dark Appprentice: Introducing Exar Kun!
Daala is finally defeated and killed in a final...oh crap, she survived.
BY THE POWER OF GREYSKULL BE GONE MIGHTY FLEET OF FOUR -- COUNT THEM FOUR! -- STAR DESTROYERS!
Nothing can repel firepower of that magnitude!
For Champions of the Force: The Sith free someone from Imperial mind control, but the Jedi aren't very thankful.
Champions of the Force:
Han uses up his entire lifetime quota of trying to redeem fallen Jedi, deciding afterwards that any that did so, even his own son, were dead to him.
Kyp apologizes for blowing up a planet and really shows he means it by destroying a prototype Death Star piloted by the dumbest scientists in the galaxy, while Corran Horn laughs.
The novel where the Jedi defeat a 2D villain and the stupidity of Daala is finally unleashed and comes to an utter conclu...no, wait, that's Darksaber
Am I the only one who thinks it's interesting that Kun is an anti-Imperial Sith?