Discussion in 'FanForce Community' started by Terra_Wan_Kenobi, Oct 8, 2005.
Dantooine - perfect for horseback riding
I'm gonna choose Corellia, I think I am the right kind of scroundrel for that plante.
I'd love to live in Coruscant and perhaps make long visits to Kashyyk.
I think I'd choose Korriban...or Malastare, that's perfect for podracing
Naboo seems to be one of the nicest planets so I would probably live there. I think Coruscant would be interesting to visit so I might go there a lot as well.
I've always liked Dagobah. It's so earthy and green. I bet plant growth is amazing round those parts. Grow many plants I will, yes.
The Planet of the Dead - Junior Jedi Knights, or Young Jedi Readers; cannot remember the exact series.
I love taking the piss out of the fact that the planet central to the story was called Necropolis, and the protagonists never twigged.
well.. I live on Tantooine already.. so... I think a nice contrast would be Naboo..
Wow, I never thought someone would pick Ithor. Dagnabbit those Vong.
I think I'd probably pick someplace like Nal Hutta.
Seriously, though, Naboo seems nice, like everyone else has said. So does Endor, for different reasons. Those would be the "popular" choices for me.
For the more obscure, maybe I'd pick Camaas or Mon Calamari.
mon calamari sounds interesting... if on naboo would enjoy the land lubbing along with the lake dwelling..
Naboo and Alderaan!
courscant because it would be close to where the action is..than again i would take vacations to naboo its so beautiful there
Saleucami (pronunciation anyone?).
Bespin Cloud City
naboo it's sooo peacefull quiet and pretty
Another vote for Tatooine.....The perfect vacation spot.
Someone should do this as a poll.
that would be fun
Gotta go with Naboo or Alderaan. Mabye Kashyyyk.
Gee, I wonder what my answer will be...
Alderaan. I'm a mountain person.
I think Coruscant would be a nice place to go, there would be so many different cultures there to learn from.
I know! Tatooine, right?!
I don't like sand. It's rough and coarse and... you get the idea.