Speculation What kind of single biome planet hasn't been seen yet?

Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by Darth_Articulate, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. DARTHVENGERDARTHSEAR Jedi Grand Master

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    How about a gelatine covered planet? Or a moss covered planet?
  2. Darth Chiznuk Superninja of New Films

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    A pancake planet owned by IHOP.

    [IMG]

    I can definitely eat... I mean see that.
  3. Allana_Rey Jedi Master

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    I love the idea of a tropical planet.
  4. TiniTinyTony Jedi Grand Master

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    Joke answer: Pandora

    Real answer: A planet where oxygen isn't abundant, in other words, a planet where the air isn't breathable or is only semi breathable to Force sensitive beings/humans. It would be cool if when a lightsaber was ignited that the heat from the blade would react with the non breathable gas in the air to create a fire effect. I don't know if that would work.
  5. LawJedi Jedi Master

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    -junkyard planet is almost unavoidable
    -more space stations that aren't superweapons
    -Crystal/diamond planet (like TCW)
    -muddy/riverbed type planet, i.e. most of the continents are made up of multiple overlapping rivers, with soggy Mississippi River style riverbeds. Include space river boats. Embrace the Old South of it all. :D
    -planets that are poorly terraformed or hopelessly damaged by war
    - planets with less than earth-class gravity.
    -a city planet that isn't utopian: I want to see the Las Vegas or Detroit of city planets.
    - an action scene in space with comets (like TCW and Star Tours 1.0)
  6. princessnikki Jedi Knight

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    I thought about a fire covered planet.... but then it dawned on me.... that's a Sun! Doh!!!
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  7. I Are The Internets SFTC Tiemaster (Nov '16)

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    A planet where they celebrate Christmas everyday!
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  8. DARTHVENGERDARTHSEAR Jedi Grand Master

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    Or Life Day! ;)
  9. I Are The Internets SFTC Tiemaster (Nov '16)

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    NOOOOOOOOOO
  10. Count Yubnub Jedi Knight

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    "Seems we've landed on some sort of comedy variety show planet!" -- Luke Skywalker on The Muppet Show
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  11. darklordoftech Force Ghost

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    Too depressing for Star Wars.
  12. darklordoftech Force Ghost

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    I'm curious, how would you describe Korriban's biome?
  13. DARTHVENGERDARTHSEAR Jedi Grand Master

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    Planet covered with valleys and canyons? 1

    How about a planet covered in rocky stalagmites and pools of liquid mercury?
  14. Winston_Sith Jedi Grand Master

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    Show Spoiler
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    Crossover!
  15. Trebor Sabreon LACWAC-y Mod of SWTV

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    I'd love to see Korriban make an appearance on the big screen. Hell, I'd love to see it in TCW, but for the ST to actually explore it? Oh, yes.
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  16. darklordoftech Force Ghost

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    At last it will be seen in live-action. At last it will have its revenge.
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  17. Joe Jedi Master

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    Kinda like an Arizona planet? I'd be up for that.

    And howbout a multi-biome planet?
  18. LandoThe CapeCalrissian Jedi Youngling

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    Dathomir (with Rancor's involved)

    Kessel and The Maw

    Mandalore

    Mon Cala

    ILUM

    There are just so many great options for planets in the new trilogy.