Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
@Jello, fittingly I suppose, wins both Imperial-centered books.
Winter pretends to be Leia, so naturally she’s kidnapped for pretty much the entire story arc.
In which Wedge and Fel meet the TRUE best pilot in the galaxy: Han solo.
I've learned that well thought descriptive phrases which describe the plot and cunningly apply to both main characters in the book are no match for Jello's short pithy comments.
Tycho gets to make out with Winter while she's dressed up as Leia, so make of that what you will, and the greatest salutatorian/valedictorian pair of all time teams back up to save . . . Winter dressed as Leia, which apparently Han didn't even know, so was he just grabbing Winter's ass the whole time on their original trip or what?
A funny old man in purple decides to become the first Rebel Emperor, just for a laugh. Unfortunately, Isard has no sense of humour.
Ysanne Isard uses makeup the first time in 20 years and Pestage has to run from his new confusing feelings.
And so I have joined the Double Post Club. Do I get a fancy card?
This story has something that more SW stories need to be epic, Pirates and lots of them!
Jello's pith bows to no man.
Bump. Moar voting plz.
Guess I'll have to follow the theme with my entry:
By failing to see the disguise, Tycho proves that he's not meant to be with Winter, as her one true love would have instantly known it was a trap.
Well, that's what I get for not ending this round on time.
Hm, thread seems to be in deadlock...
And so close to the end of this series. Help us, Coop, you're our only hope!
Once again, I refuse to allow Jello's entry to win.
The final X-wing comic, in which Michael Stackpole responds to cancellation by pulling everything together at once and making whoever made that decision look as foolish as possible.
There once was a lady named Isard
to whom a coup d'etat seemed wizard
so after gaining his ear
she betrayed the vizier
who played the decoy-clone-thence-to-Byss card.
The Rogues try to rescue some old gray dude, but it turns out he has a terrible allergy to fish and is left behind to die by way of the Terminator’s Admiral Krennel’s metal hand.
I'm going to defer to Parnesius's entry on this one and not submit a challenge.
What I thought that this thread was going to end up to be until I clicked on the thread...oh.
Jello was one pun away from that being very much the case.
@Parnesius certainly earned the hell out of this one.
A former royal guard attempts to kill everyone who is not the emperor.
It was a time, when one man could beat the crap out of anyone, even someone using the Force, so he did.
We all have an implicit understanding of how faceless mooks in Star Wars are supposed to operate; they're there to look cool, be played up as a serious threat, only to go down like punks whenever it comes time to step up to the plate. Apparently Kir Kanos missed the memo regarding all this.
One sentence or less! Not one paragraph!