The Official Darth Vader Fan Club

Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Evil Incarnate, Sep 1, 2003.

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  1. Fallen-Hero ~ Helping Hand of WNU ~

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    My apologies it just begged to be done..

    [image=http://i774.photobucket.com/albums/yy29/hydrogen_helium/Other/senorvader.gif]

    Courtesy of hydrogen_helium and just be glad I didn't post that condom wrapping with Vader on it. [face_laugh]

    Though it does prove how much of an iconic villian he has become.

    Does this, by any chance include TFU? [face_whistling]
  2. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    The only reason I STILL play that abomination is for the first level. My cousin and I like to get the Wookiees all lined up on one of those suspended bridges, then aiming a charged up Force push so the bridge bounces them in all directions.

    We call it "The Wookiee Trampoline". It's a total blast, you can waste hours just sending Wookiees flying. [face_laugh]
  3. Fallen-Hero ~ Helping Hand of WNU ~

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    Don't I know that. Think I got myself five or six trophies just standing there killing them. You should try playing bowling as well, that's a fun time.
  4. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    I'll definitely give it a go.

    You know what else is awesome? Picking up a stormtrooper, then dangling him above another one so he frantically grabs onto the second trooper's leg to try to get back down, then throwing them both over the horizon. Two for the price of one! [face_laugh]
  5. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    Vader doesn't laugh at fools. He chokes them.

    :p

    Palpatine; however.... made Cackling into a diabolical artform.

  6. fistofan1 Force Ghost

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    I just can't imagine Vader laughing. It's like trying to picture a completely new color in my head. [face_hypnotized]
  7. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    Doesn't he laugh in one of the Coruscant Nights books? Or am I imagining things?

    I need to reread them again soon anyways...
  8. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    Isn't that series the one in which Vader shook an entire building when he was P-O'd?
  9. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    Surprised, actually. And incidentally, Vader shook a Coruscant skyscraper in ROTS itself.

    Remember how the room shakes when Vader has his epic tantrum after finding out about Padme's death? Well, that room is, as per all relevant EU, at one of the top floors of the tallest building on that section of Coruscant, so for it to be shaking... [face_mischief]
  10. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    I always thought he "buckled" the room, not the entire building...
    Interesting.
  11. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    Buckled? The camera's acting like every bridge shot in the original Star Trek when the Enterprise took a hit.

    Rapid back-and-forth shaking during the height of the tantrum. Which indicates- to me, at least- that the whole room is shaking during that interval.
  12. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    Somebody should PM every Vader fan and tell them how bad the ending of TFU2 is...
    The entire fanclub will hate it.


    Its awful.
  13. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    Oh, no... how bad is the damage THIS time? :oops:
  14. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    Vader gets pwned by a girl with no Force powers...
  15. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    :oops:

    Oh, and about the other thing- see my rant in the TFU thread in Lit. I think you might find it amusing what I compare Vader's treatment to in terms of utter ludicrosity. :p
  16. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    Darth Vader Fan club... count me in [face_devil]
  17. dewback_rancher Jedi Grand Master

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    Welcome, young Daft-Vader. *khoo-chss* :D
  18. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    OK fellow Vaderfans...

    looking on Amazon

    can someone tell me if they see something wrong with this helmet

    because there is something that doesn't look right about it, i just can't put my finger on what it is...

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rubies-Deluxe-Darth-Vader-Mask/dp/B000VKN84E/ref=dp_cp_ob_k_h_b_cs_title_1
  19. darthhelinith Force Ghost

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    Do you want me to give you a full break down comparison to a movie helmet?
    Or would you like info on which helmets are more screen accurate?
  20. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    Other then the distinct price increase to £100

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0007TZX1A/ref=s9_simh_gw_p21_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-3&pf_rd_r=1DCF4AKV2ARWJERTKWQ1&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467128473&pf_rd_i=468294

    I was just trying to work out why it didn't look right..
  21. darthhelinith Force Ghost

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    On that helmet its several things.

    It doesn't have the silver and black colour scheme that the on-screen helmet possesses. (Or if it does, it's in the wrong colour)
    Theres also the 'neck flare' and lenses are set too far forward and are the wrong colour.
    I think there are a few more minor things too that I can't recall off the top of my head, although I believe those are the main ones.

  22. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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  23. darthhelinith Force Ghost

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    no problem. I know way too much about that subject.

    The helmet isn't 501st standard, but it still is okay and if you're looking for a semi decent helmet to wear for some fun and not looking to spend around £100 upwards £700 for anything completely movie acurate, its the way to go really.

    I have a modified Don-Post 1997 myself which cost me ~£130 and is pretty much acurate although it does need a little work doing to it still.
  24. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    Why are they so expensive...?
  25. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    [image=http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n107/SithStarSlayer/FU_vaderfett1.jpg]
    [image=http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n107/SithStarSlayer/FU_vaderfett2.jpg]
    [image=http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n107/SithStarSlayer/FU_vaderfett3.jpg]
    [image=http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n107/SithStarSlayer/FU_vaderfett4.jpg]

    ***

    And that Helmet looks like it was made for a pin-head....
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