Why don’t we distinguish Jakku from Tatooine while we’re at it.
Geonosis is so red it’s gross. I’m definitely toning it down.
You’re not wrong. But this non-red desert junk planet is basically Jakku.
And now I’ve just been informed I’m expected to call every monday from now on to check my schedule. sigh
That clip’s not red enough to be of Geonosis.
I work at a pizza joint. It’s just a part-time job, as I’m still in college.
And it’s hard for a job to make you miserable when your boss goes out of his way to make sure you work as little as possible.
My boss just texted my brother saying I was supposed to be at work which he NEVER informed me of, and because I wasn’t there he doesn’t me to show up tomorrow. He’s already relegated me to one or two days a week, but now he’s just being an asshole. I gotta jump ship to different job ASAP.
Shadow of the Empire was actually the title for VII early in development.
Like I’ve said it the best, RotS is one my all-time favorites, despite its flaws.
It’s nice to see a TLJ hater who doesn’t blow things out of proportion, personally attack Kathleen Kennedy or start namecalling the director. Lots of people, including one on this site, could learn from you. Then again, you’re new, so for all I know it could rapidly degenerate, but so far so good.
I’ve already added Fred and George’s Theme to the scene in GoF where they try to put their names in the Goblet, but couldn’t find any other scenes in the series to add it to.
I think we can make good use of Fred and George’s theme from the OotP game.
Does Slughorn’s theme from the HBP game sound to goofy for him?
It could work.
That’s about as specific as saying he’s a Pokemon.
Is this why the site now has ads? I mean, in the current small quantity, I really don’t mind, but I’m curious.
Yes, thank you.
There is an old thread about turning the saga into a TV series.
Tying the PT and the ST is an interesting prospect. That said, the way you propose going about it don’t appeal to me. I’m making the first Death Star the only moon/planet-sized superweapon in the saga, so Ilum and Geonosis will just be normal planets. As for the Knights of Ren, I just see them as another clan of Sith, in contrast to the Darths (or would it be the Knights of Darth?). I can’t think of any else to tie the two trilogies together, though.
I unfortunately can’t afford to donate monthly but maybe I could make a one-time donation. I guess it’s hard to deny hosting the forum on a free site would be more practical but you’d kind of lose a uniqueness if it were just a subreddit or something. FWIW, this site is the number one in my browser’s most visited pages even ahead of Reddit and YouTube. I want it to stay around. BTW, how many active members do we have?
Not specifically related to Anakin’s comment, but it feels like can’t we have any mystery anymore but instead it’s just a sign of underdevelopment when the people at Lucasfilm don’t want to give people everything at once. It’s like things aren’t moving fast enough for people. If we don’t have all the information and backstory immediately, then it must be a weak story filled with plot holes and a sign that they have no plan.
Let’s just say there’s a difference between not naming Yoda’s species and not naming Jaylah’s species.
So it got me thinking - what if Luke revisits the cave on Dagobah in ROTJ? Could this be a place for a flashback, a foreboding prediction of later events in ROTJ or a teasing link to the ST? How could this work in context to PT or ST edits that might decide to cut or change events slightly?
Oh I like that. I can’t currently think of any use for it but it’s nice to know the option’s there. Then again, the Dark Side Cave is supposed to be a test, not a revelation.
Anyway, point is, I think the Empire regrouping works best as the second-to-last scene the film that our protagonists are unaware of. Basically what Rogue Leader said.
I just don’t see the point in inserting Blade Runner footage. While I personally don’t care for making Padme survive, for those for whom it is, it makes sense to use another film’s footage the way Hal did. But adding footage of the nightclub? What’s the point?
No, but the ST war hasn’t even been named offscreen, which is impressive, given the reputation of Star Wars’s EU.
The Star Wars franchise has been inconsistent in their portrayal of Dark Side corruption.
In the OT the only instances of Dark Side corruption are Vader and the Emperor, with both having very pale skin, and in the Emperor’s case in particular, yellow eyes. Later we meet Darth Maul, who has the yellow eyes characteristic of the Dark Side, but retained his youthful appearance throughout the twenty years leading up to the Battle of Yavin. Count Dooku shows no signs of Dark Side corruption implying his fall to the dark side has been relatively recent or he doesn’t draw from the Dark Side as much as others do. ROTS really screws up the whole notion of Dark Side corruption by revealing the reason Palpatine looks the way he does in the OT is because of Mace Windu deflecting the Force lightning back at him (I always assumed it was because of his many years immersed in the Dark Side), and finally we have Anakin Skywalker whose eyes only turn yellow when he’s really angry or something. Finally we have Snoke and Kylo Ren, with Snoke looking very old and decrepit but doesn’t have yellow eyes even though he’s established to be a longtime practitioner of the Dark Side, and Kylo Ren who been a Dark Side practitioner for at least ten years yet doesn’t show the slightest hint of Dark Side corruption.
This franchise seriously can’t make up its mind regarding the whole dark side corruption subject.
FWIW, my headcanon is that Palpatine has been alive as long as Yoda using the Force. In fact, I guess Yoda’s probably alive that way too, albeit for more selfless reasons.