Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
Featuring the greatest artwork this side of Crimson Empire III.
I must check it out again then. When I think of Vector I think of how the KOTOR art was so deformed looking compared to Wheatley's work
I meant the KOTOR artwork
"What's our vector, Victor?"
The reason why the spines of Volume 5 in my KOTOR collection and Volume 6 in my Legacy collection look weird.
What they said.
OR Howabout a run-on sentence.....
Some old crusty ghost sith inhabits this choker looking thing and attaches itself to this sexy bitch all the while making a really crummy crossover arc that totally F%$KS UP the look of my normally very orderly bookshelf!!!
Scalar... with a DIRECTION!
A little math humor. You're welcome.
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@Parnesius takes the round by a significant margin. And now, for the book half of you thought we were doing already:
Note: this is it, folks. Aside from the two we've done already, I'm going through the entire NJO in order from here. Buckle in.
The first massive, multi-author story that starts with Chewie's death
A rather bland book that's obscured by the furore of killing off Chewies and the disgraceful threats to the Author afterwards.
An incredible set up for the grandest series ever produced by the Star Wars Expanded Universe featuring a terrifying alien invasion that manages to include Mara's illness, Nom Anor's vileness, an ax murderer who poisons an entire planet's atmosphere, resulting in horrific deaths, Kyp Durron's Dozen-and-Two Avengers, the Skywalker-Solo clans extraordinary piloting, a planetary destruction that kills Chewie, another planetary destruction that nearly kills Luke and makes you think it did, and the beginnings of a possible romance between Jacen and Danni; ALL OF THIS IN ONE FOUR HUNDRED PAGE BOOK.
The book with one simple message: Chewbacca's dead, Mara's deathly ill, and incredibly dangerous biotech-wielding Forceless aliens are invading the galaxy -- DEAL WITH IT.
Chewie dies a hero's death at the hands of some of the most ruthless villains ever written, villains who hate technology but have the capability of manipulating both life itself and the gravitational pull of entire planets.
To everyone who hated the Imp warlord of the week plot, this book is for you with a walking carpet, er, important character dying and various warnings of nothing will ever be the same again, also don't expect to see any competent leadership from anyone except for the Jedi and friends for a long, long time.
The first novel that was released after Luke Skywalker abandoned his quest to sleep with the girls of the RebellionNew Republic and had settled down with Mara, which caused the Force to try and restore Balance by unleashing an army of alien invaders to poison Mara and set Luke back on his original mission, but which unfortunately resulted in the death of the family dog instead.
Die it up fuzzball.
Featuring the SECOND most traumatic death of the series.
A Non-Canon Novel.
I was totally going to give this one a pass for being too long until that last line came along.