Rocky M, NC Star Wars Trivia

Discussion in 'South East Regional Discussion' started by joe-da, Mar 14, 2005.

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  1. joe-da Jedi Master

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    You said they'd go back for any holiday, but that text says "key" holidays.

    Guess we were ALL wrong...

    As for the Death Star, other sources say a Tol Sivron designed it. But that's all EU err... "stuff".
  2. Cowgirlup0916 Jedi Knight

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    This question does pertain to the EU, but no that isn't the answer that I'm looking for either.
  3. joe-da Jedi Master

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    But according to EU sources, these answers are correct. Yet more than one person couldn't have been "the" designer. That's a major problem I have with the EU - too many contradictions. Another is, it is often too "sci-fi" than "fantasy" (the films being fantasy). The comics tend to stick more to the spirit of the films.
  4. Entropy Jedi Master

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    Here's another source for you Joe. Rogue Planet hints that it was Rath Sienar (of Sienar Fleet Systems) who designed the Death Star.
  5. joe-da Jedi Master

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    According to EU, Seinar designed the Sith Infiltrator, too.
  6. Lodreh Force Ghost

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    Well there are atleast a half a dozens answers to this question... so let's go with a new one ;).

    Lod-Reh SaJon ~
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    If you seek pain and suffering look no further than me."
  7. joe-da Jedi Master

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  8. Cowgirlup0916 Jedi Knight

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    entropy it is now your turn because your answer was the answer I was looking for.
  9. joe-da Jedi Master

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    As Entropy said, though, it only "hints" that RS designed it. According to Sansweet on TV before, it was Lemelisk, even though another source at the time contradicted it. It hearkens back to the "Ord Mantell bounty hunter" debate. Some things Lucas meant to leave to the imagination.
  10. TrueRevanite Jedi Knight

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    Be nice, joe-da ;). This isn't the first time, from reading this thread, that it seems that there could be more than one answer. You just didn't have the answer she was looking for. Maybe you will get Entropy's question. Don't get too angry with her... wouldn't want you to appear chauvinistic ;)
  11. joe-da Jedi Master

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    Oh, I don't care about that, but I'm not "angry" with anyone here.
  12. Cowgirlup0916 Jedi Knight

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    Actually in one of the EU books it flat out states that is who done it. He didn't get the right source but he did get the correct answer.
  13. joe-da Jedi Master

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    And in other EU books, it gives others who "done it". It was obvious they were "making it up as they went, serving the purpose at the moment, with disregard for successive writers" as I was reading the EU books along (though I stopped - except for prequel stuff & Tatooine Ghost - after Chewie was killed in the books) since the Zhan books & the corresponding "Glove Of Vader" series.
  14. Entropy Jedi Master

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    I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 100, what it is? :)

    Uncle Owen never told Luke that his father was a Jedi. What did Owen say was his fathers profession?

  15. joe-da Jedi Master

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    A navigator on a spice freighter.

    (Though I'm sure some the EU says he was "gyno to the Ugnaughts or something.")
  16. Lodreh Force Ghost

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    Now that's disturbing...

    Lod-Reh SaJon ~
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    If you seek pain and suffering look no further than me."
  17. Entropy Jedi Master

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    Correct on both counts Joe! You're up.
  18. joe-da Jedi Master

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    Oh my!

    According to peripheral media surrounding Episode II, why was the Reek reddish in color?
  19. Lodreh Force Ghost

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    Because red is opposite ( on the color wheel ) of the green screen they shot it against ;)

    Lod-Reh SaJon ~
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    If you seek pain and suffering look no further than me."
  20. joe-da Jedi Master

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    Actually, the color "Skunk's Blood" is the direct opposite of the "Sea-Puke Green" from the green screen.

    So, what was the "story-given" reason for the creature's unusual skin color?
  21. Lodreh Force Ghost

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    It's red to demonstrate aggression like a mood ring ;)

    Lod-Reh SaJon ~
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    If you seek pain and suffering look no further than me."
  22. joe-da Jedi Master

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  23. JediRiff Jedi Grand Master

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    Is it a type of camo, like a defense system for the Reek? I honestly havent studied up much on the beasts, I just know they are from Ylesia.
  24. joe-da Jedi Master

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    No. They're normally not reddish like that. What makes this one that color of red?
  25. Entropy Jedi Master

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