Fanclub Yuuzhan'tar: The Yuuzhan Vong Homeworld

Discussion in 'EU Community' started by Otto_den_Ktulu, Aug 26, 2002.

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  1. General Immodet Jedi Master

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    Why so?
    Edit: Just looked it up. You are referring to Maul's opponent, right?
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  2. Force Smuggler Jedi Grand Master

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    Trying to be vague to entice people to go look it up.

    Might not be that good but I will read it now
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  3. jhc36 Jedi Master

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    Yeah, I may pick up the DM: Lockdown now. Even if a Yuuzhan Vong makes an appearance for just a few paragraphs. I'll take what I can get.
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  4. JABoomer Jedi Knight

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    If I remember correctly the Yuuzhan Vong all lived onthe planet Zonama Sekot after the war. How could a whole galactic civilization, who had previously been aboard the immense Vong fleet (included worldships) have fit onto one world?

    Presumably there were trillions of Vong (if not more).
  5. Iron_lord Force Ghost

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    It's possible that the Vong suffered massive depletion during the war.

    We also don't know how many worldships they had, and how densely they were populated.

    I think there was supposed to be a plan for Sekot to take them to a sector in the Unknown Regions, full of uninhabited, habitable planets, and help them settle there.
  6. Gorefiend Force Ghost

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    They seem to also have settled on other worlds. Rodia for example has a large Vong population per the Legacy Campaign Guide,
  7. General Immodet Jedi Master

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    Yes, indeed, and a Yuuzhan Vong was serving the pirate Rav in the Legacy comics.
    So, that probably means that by the time of Legacy encountering a Vong was not that uncommon.
  8. Ordo N-11 Jedi Knight

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    It is mentioned (in the Essential Atlas, IIRC) that the Vong were still hunted by Bothans during Legacy. So I would assume that while encountering a Vong was not that uncommon, it was definitely not normal.
  9. Gamiel Jedi Grand Master

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    Or the bothans did not put so much of themself into it after the first 50 years
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  10. General Immodet Jedi Master

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    Still, it would be fun to see that storyline further developed.
    Since the Bothans were considered spy masters, it would not be that difficult to track down Vong, I suppose.
    Personnally, I loved Borsk more that the YV, but that is just me...
  11. Gamiel Jedi Grand Master

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    Something I would find fun is some bothans finding out about a group vongs and trying to rally a pose of the other bothans who are more interested in going on with their daily business.
  12. jhc36 Jedi Master

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    Great discussion, but I must remind those that **** is unacceptable on this board. Yuuzhan Vong. Don't give me any more reason to feed you to our Maw Luur. [face_devil]
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  13. General Immodet Jedi Master

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    I just happen to meet some Bothan spies this afternoon who are willing to pay me a handsome price for information on the <cough> Yuuzhan Vong. ;)
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    Maybe the writer of the NJO should have used "Yuuzahn Vong" as a tribute to Timoth Zahn.
  14. Blue_but_beautiful Jedi Master

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    I come back from my travels and I see the V-word being tossed around, tsk tsk :p

    There were pockets of Yuuzhan Vong who refused to go along with Nas Choka's surrender at the end of the NJO, it's possible that these groups formed their own colonies elsewhere, as with on Rodia. You also have that Yuuzhan Vong who shows up in Mercy Kill, too. Judging by the reaction that gets, I would say the galaxy is pretty divided on the stance of integration with them.
    Kind of disappointed to hear you only get a few lines worth of the enemy in Lockdown though :( don't think I'll bother with that one then.
  15. General Immodet Jedi Master

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    Nas Choka, my favourite YV!
    At least, he did not make things more complicating than many other leaders did.
  16. Blue_but_beautiful Jedi Master

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    I'm afraid I'm always going to have to go with the fanatical Tsavong Lah. Nas Choka had his head screwed on the right way round from a human perspective, but he still surrendered. ;)
    That's what happens when you listen to Harrar [face_whistling]
  17. Gamiel Jedi Grand Master

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    What Vong technology do peole think was the most novel/creative?
  18. jhc36 Jedi Master

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    They never listen... [face_waiting]

    dovin basals
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  19. Gamiel Jedi Grand Master

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    Why do you think that?
  20. Bardan_Jusik Mand'alor - Manager of EUC, SWC and Anthology

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    I believe it has something to do with this. :p

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  21. Mitth_Fisto Jedi Grand Master

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    *Looks up from tending the Maw Luur*

    Why did you have to warn him Bardan? I was looking forward to feeding it another infidel [face_devil]
  22. Bardan_Jusik Mand'alor - Manager of EUC, SWC and Anthology

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    Because you didn't pay enough not to. :p

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  23. Mitth_Fisto Jedi Grand Master

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    I haven't fed you to it yet have I? [face_skull]
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  24. Bardan_Jusik Mand'alor - Manager of EUC, SWC and Anthology

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    I am a bit indigestible. :p

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  25. Mitth_Fisto Jedi Grand Master

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    Nah, you're just crunchy ;)
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