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TV's Frink said:

Name: The Rev. Sir Dr. Lando R. "Rambo" Fonzarelli
Race: Half Human, Half Dragon, Half Snake, All Man
Age: 46
Sith/Jedi: Both
Loyalty: The Ladies
Lightsaber Style: Good
Weapons/Equipment: Lightsabers, Jetpack, Fedora, Mustache, Pants, Shirts, Shoes, Suitcase for carrying Pants, Shirts and Shoes, Colt 45
Profieciencies: The Ladies
Jedi/Sith Powers: All of them
Homebase: Castle/Mid-Sized Apartment
Ship: Prius (2007 Model)

Who-sa dis?

It was either posting that or actually doing something... Guess which one I chose...

ESB and ROTJ Wishlist

Bingowings said:

Two ideas popped into my head today in regards to ROTJ.

The first one was as well as projecting the energy shield the forest moon could also project a giant hologram of the incomplete sections of the Death Star.

When the main weapon fires up the power drain could drop the hologram and reveal the Death Star as literally complete (not just the weapon but the whole thing) and twice the size.

It would be a very visual metaphor for just how far into the do-do the fleet have flown.

On the other end of the spectrum I thought it might be interesting to have hardly any Death Star at all, only a smaller version superweapon. 

Which would demonstrate that the Emperor's might is mostly a sham (Wizard Of Oz style).

That would make the Endor battle more believable as a near end point in the War.

The Empire had already over stretched itself but had thrown everything in on one ambush gambit which fails.

Two words for your two ideas: HELL and YEAH

Obi-Wan Kenobi is dead

I'd just like to let everyone know that the Emperor did NOT kill Kenobi himself. Darth Vader did. The Emperor just happened to be the one who was in office when he allowed Vader to do it. This is not a victory for the Emperor, but really a victory for the Galactic Empire. Let's not forget the fact that the Emperor never produced his Coruscant Birth Certificate

The Phantom Menace

I've had a much different experience with The Phantom Menace than most of you guys here, I was like 5 when the film came out, so I grew up with it. I honestly don't have much to say about it, because most of it has already been said, but I will say it is probably the best looking of the prequels, probably because of the use of real sets. Also, maybe I'm just crazy, but the Battle Droids for some reason look better and more life like than the more recent prequels, at least to me. Then again, I'm relying mostly on memory for this stuff, I haven't seen the film in years...