The Chiss have somthing to do in SbS!Spoilers!!

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  1. chissdude10 Jedi Youngling

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    - Lah goes into a trance and channels the late, overrated Grand Admiral Thrawn and utters in a smoothly modulated voice, "A warrior must know the mind of his enemy." Nom Anor sprouts a moustache and gulps uncomfortably, realizing that he and the rest of the crew are now ready to die for this great leader.

    From Jedi.net
    Anyone know what iyt means?
  2. Disco_Dark_Jeedai Jedi Master

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    Where the hell did you get that from?
  3. chissdude10 Jedi Youngling

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  4. Disco_Dark_Jeedai Jedi Master

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    Trust me, Thrawn is not mentioned in the book.
  5. RikAntinney Force Ghost

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    The last sentence has to be a play on the writing of Captain Pellaeon (mustache) in Zahn's trilogy. It's just a joke, that's all.

    That phrasing was used a few dozen times it seemed. Lots of gulping. :)
  6. jedimasterED Moderator Emeritus

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    It was simply an analogy between the tactical styles of Thrawn and Lah, nothing more. If you're going to be a patron of JediNet Lit., you need to develop a keen sense of vagueness, subtley, and subtrefuge.
  7. chissdude10 Jedi Youngling

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  8. Genghis12 Manager Emeritus

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    "sbs"

    In this case, drop the first of the letters, and you'll know what it all means.
  9. chissdude10 Jedi Youngling

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    You know i cant spell Genghis.
  10. Disco_Dark_Jeedai Jedi Master

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    ok......the following DO NOT appear in SBS:

    Chiss
    Empire
  11. jedimasterED Moderator Emeritus

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    Well... I wouldn't exactly say that.

    ;)
  12. Disco_Dark_Jeedai Jedi Master

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    Really? Was there a part of the book I "slept" through? Cuz I sure don't remember the Remnant or the Chiss fighting.
  13. jedimasterED Moderator Emeritus

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    You said "the following DO NOT appear in SBS: Chiss, Empire". Those words and their respective representations do, in fact, "appear" in the text. Now, no, they aren't major or even minor players, but they are discussed.
  14. Disco_Dark_Jeedai Jedi Master

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    LOL......I stand corrected.

  15. MysteryWhiteBoy8 Jedi Knight

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    hahaha Chissdude i TOLD YOU IT WAS A JOKE! yet you still posted this . . .. hehehehe
  16. chissdude10 Jedi Youngling

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    I posted it before ya told me.
  17. GUARDSMAN Jedi Knight

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    Wasn't Jag suppose to be in SBS or is that Dark Journey im thinking, cuz if Jag is around then that means the chiss arent to far behind. Sorry if it's a stupid question but I would like to know whether he appears in SBS or Dark Journey or maybe even both. Thanks in advance guys.
  18. Face Loran Jedi Master

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    "You know i cant spell Genghis."

    LOL, I'm rolling around laughing. I'm pretty sure you can spell "BS" which is what that spoiler is. Ghentz made that up.

    Face Loran
  19. Knight1192 Jedi Grand Master

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    BS? Which one is that? Bull or bat? For those of you who might actually recgonize(spelling please) what I'm doing, yes, I do listen to Carlin.
  20. chissdude10 Jedi Youngling

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    Yeah and thats another thing who is this genthz dude?
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