Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Lady Belligerent, Feb 28, 2017.
Use youtube to convince her. They are adorable when they play.
We have Linus, though!
You could become a multi-pet home with many four-legged psychiatrists to combat the adverse affects of dealing with humans every day.
But I like my co-workers and I work with kids.
Lucky. I work with grown ups who are waaaaaaay too serious and crave drama. -_-
**KNIGHTS OF DARKNESS**
~Triumvirate of Dark Lords~
Sinrebirth / Insipid - Emperor
Lady Belligerent / Bellorum - Dawn Herald
Darth_wanderguard / Haretisch - Night Herald
E. L.Knight / Hades - Knight Commander
dragonsith13 / Draconis - Headmaster
Darth Kronos / Kronos
QueenSabe7 / Leda: 50 PP – Final Trial
Dagobahsystem / Saadi: 50 PP – Final Trial
Kaleesh-Cyborg / Grievance Vexx: 50 PP – Final Trial
PCCViking / Thunderous: 39 PP - E. L.Knight
Adirondackjedi27 / Corvus: 38 PP - dragonsith13
Nehru_Amidala/ Hekate: 18 PP – dragonsith13
Mostlymad / Valdimar: 16 PP - dragonsith13
corinthia / Alekto: 10 PP - E. L.Knight
Mikaboshi (20 PP)
*denotes recently active
Back from church.
Open task for all Apprentices.
I want you to choose a theme song for the NSO, one for the KOD, and one for your Sith. You have until next Sunday to complete it.
*A dark aura washes over the Grand Hall.... from shadow there is form. Looking around...the hollow black eyes burning through each of them as he watches for moments.
I must apologize Knights, my absence is not excusable.
*readies a juicy open task...
Find a potential hopeful, a friend or fellow board mate whom you feel would enjoy our order.
Prestige to whomever is able to get someone to join our ranks.
*takes inventory of recruitible friends and realizes...he has no friends; curses in Kaleesh*
Saadi would invite his good friend and brother, Lord Rick 'Snoke' @Dandelo!
He possesses much knowledge, as well as vast lands and gifts, including Saturn and Northern England.
I served in his cabinet before and vouch for him wholeheartedly. He is a powerful ally.
Dandy here? He would be a good addition.
So... why has this not happened yet?
He refuses to join.
*suspects he is afraid of the dark*
*sits crossed legged on a rock on a planet lightyears away*
*senses his name mentioned and smiles as his old friend Dags remembers him* @Dagobahsystem thanks for the recommendation, bud
You're quite welcome @Dandelo!
Can I get you anything? A drink or something to eat?
Welcome, @Dandelo ! Join us for cake!
I will have to hop in my luxurious space craft and come to the Sith temple for a banquet
Indeed you should @Dandelo.
*chops vegetables and adds spices to the zesty Porg noodle soup*
@E. L.Knight - Master I present to you my choices of theme songs for The New Sith Empire, The Knights of Darkness, and for myself. They are as follows:
The New Sith Empire theme: The Demon God/Tatari Gami from Princess Mononoke
Even though the warriors of Light come to meet us in combat, we slither out of the darkness, demonic and unstoppable. Individual warriors may fall, but we never truly go away.
Knights of Darkness theme: Batman theme written by Danny Elfman
As Sith, we lurk in the darkness doing the bidding of our masters to hasten the glorious return of the Sith Empire. We follow our own moral path as we see fit.
Darth Hekate's theme: Nobody Knows Your Heart from Princess Mononoke, lyrics written by Hayao Miyzaki
Nobody can ever truly what goes on in the heart of a Sith apprentice, especially Hekate.
The Demon God is probably my favorite track from that film. The percussion just sounds cool and it fits the overall freakiness of Nago. Honestly, I didn't know what to think of Mononoke the first time I saw it. Visually, I think it is as disturbing as the 1978 film Watership Down. It took me a couple of viewings to truly decide if I liked it or not and I do, but I have to be of a certain mindset to watch it.
Interestingly, Princess Mononoke was my first real anime (read unedited). At that time, late 1999, my younger sister and I were really into Sailor Moon and Pokemon and took offense when a Time article referred to the Sailor Senshi/Scouts as "intergalactic Spice Girls". It was the same issue that had a smaller article saying that anime was coming to America, and the image used was of San. Also, there was a related timeline of major anime releases in America and there were two pictures, one I liked and the other I didn't. The first was a nude Makoto from Ghost in the Shell (ick!) and the other was from Kiki's Delivery Service. I thought that one was sweet, and Kiki was my first cosplay.
The first anime series I ever watched was Death Note and that was in 2016. I never had much interest in Japanese animation because the style was choppy and watching it just seemed unfinished. I'm an animation nerd and love traditional animation (may it rest in peace), so I really had a grudge against anime, which was why it took me a lifetime to give Miyazaki films a chance. The animation that went into his films is beautiful and I misjudged it terribly thinking it would be like the choppy anime cartoons I was reluctantly familiar with.