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Jame Rowe

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  1. So close and yet so far! I'm in a group near you. But we're in Boston, MA; I expect you can't join in. You would be quite welcome though, and good luck!
  2. And then you put on the satchel charges and run away?
  3. Which could be part of how the Imperial Remnants became the Fist Order, I'm sorry the FIRST order.
  4. If a lifetime gaming with guys has taught me one thing, it's that women shouldn't take ourselves too seriously. Neither should the guys, but how many of us know that? (BTW, I'm a guy and have that issue.)
  5. I liked him in Star Trek as I was 7 when TNG came out and didn't get why a lot of people didn't like him. (I kinda see it now but I still like Wesley.) He's definitely very good now.
  6. I would also like a Netrunner RPG! Say, who are the 'runners, anyway? Is there a page for them?
  7. I never did understand why some of the ships in Star Wars had fins like that.
  8. I imagine they'd probably just do a sourcebook for AoR to convert it to be able to play Imperials. Not that you need a sourcebook, you just literally say that they're Imps instead, and if they want fighters, give them suitable ones. I would love something like WEG's Imperial sourcebook for the new system. And that isn't even counting all the ships, vehicles, and other hardware which FFG hasn't included so far which could appear there. I imagine they'd probably just do a sourcebook for AoR to convert it to be able to play Imperials. Not that you need a sourcebook, you just literally say that they're Imps instead, and if they want fighters, give them suitable ones. I would love something like WEG's Imperial sourcebook for the new system. And that isn't even counting all the ships, vehicles, and other hardware which FFG hasn't included so far which could appear there. I imagine they'd probably just do a sourcebook for AoR to convert it to be able to play Imperials. Not that you need a sourcebook, you just literally say that they're Imps instead, and if they want fighters, give them suitable ones. I would love something like WEG's Imperial sourcebook for the new system. And that isn't even counting all the ships, vehicles, and other hardware which FFG hasn't included so far which could appear there. I would like it more as a series of splatbooks that tie in to the AoR set.
  9. Not really. Almost nothing about the Clone Wars was known before the PT came out. We knew of a few characters who fought in the war, a few ship, vehicle, and weapon models used in the war, and where a few battles were fought that's it. Palleon remembered fighting Clones during the war but that was covered by a comic where the CIS tried to make its own clone army and they went insane. It wasn't until TCW that major problems appeared when they decided to make the Mandalorians neutral when the ROTJ novelization stated that they were fighting the Republic during the war. Yes, though what Zahn wrote was what was considered "canon" by the books and RPGs. A lot of fans (I'll admit, me included!) assumed that this was real canon. GL ignored it and did what he wanted.
  10. George Lucas threw the EU/RPG/Comics "canon" out the window with The Phantom Menace. He completely contradicted the way the Clone Wars happened. I have no idea how the video games are supposed to be worked into the canon aside from being tacked on, so I can't comment (other than commenting that I can't comment ).
  11. As I understand it, it began before even then. Has 't the EU been know to clash with ITSELF? Anyway, I like the approach taken. The material is still there so the good stuff can be elevated into canon and a mire careful job if integration can also be done second time around, both in details and tone. George Lucas threw the EU/RPG/Comics "canon" out the window with The Phantom Menace. He completely contradicted the way the Clone Wars happened. I have no idea how the video games are supposed to be worked into the canon aside from being tacked on, so I can't comment (other than commenting that I can't comment ).
  12. George Lucas never cared about EU/RPG/Comics/Video Game canon. The Prequel movies proved that by having a Clone Wars which was completely different from anything that was written. Well, maybe not so with the video games. But they had to be retconned in by the EU stuff writers.
  13. I am reading through the supplement and I think that the reason that he is "The Inquisitor" is because he represents the office as a nemesis, and it's his title and job description. Not as an indication about whether or not there are others - remember, in the full-hour episode, Vader was referred to as: "What IS that?!?" "That's no Inquisitor!" I dont know about you guys, but I'm not giving up my Angry Penguin. The angry penguin suits you. Don't give it up.
  14. I remember reading somewhere that in the late Middle Ages there were guys in heavy armor that got whacked with swords. The swords never broke the armor but the guys wearing it died, because of impact damage.
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