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jeffisageek:

I want this shirt! #starwars ▼ Reshared Post From Tony Kochhar ▼I would wear this just to watch the world burn..#startrek #starwars

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jeffisageek:

I want this shirt! #starwars



▼ Reshared Post From Tony Kochhar ▼

I would wear this just to watch the world burn..
#startrek #starwars

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Star Wars AU where Leia was sent to live with Beru & Owen, Luke became an Alderaanian prince who needed rescuing, Leia began her Jedi training with Obi-Wan.

Still not sure which one Han would fall in love with.

February 15thBromance Day

One day a year I set aside to make sure I let my best friend know how much I appreciate him and how much his friendship means to me.  This year I thought I’d share a list of my favorite BrOTPs and Bromances.

  1. Turk & J.D. from Scrubs
  2. Kermit & Fozzie from The Muppet Movie
  3. Troy & Abed from Community
  4. Vash & Wolfwood from Trigun
  5. Newt & Hermann from Pacific Rim
  6. Calvin & Hobbes from…well… Calvin and Hobbes
  7. Phil & Lem from Better Off Ted
  8. R2D2 & C3PO from Star Wars
  9. Wally West & Dick Grayson from DC Comics.

We’re going to celebrate by, of course, playing Star Wars.  I’m the GM and I’ve been working literally for 3 months on designing the layout of and building his gift: His own personal Capital Ship.  He’s a level 10 Noble/Officer, and ever since we started playing he’s wanted a Capital Ship of his own.  Today he gets it.

Happy Bromance Day PLP!

rpggtswizard:

squallluis:

Just in case you missed this on twitter yesterday. Marvel and Star Wars are at it!

Just so’s ya know, they’re now BOTH owned by Disney.

What do you want to see in Star Wars: Episode VII?

cinemagorgeous:

I know there are a huge number of fellow Star Wars fans who follow this blog, so what do you want to see (and what do you NOT want to see) in the new film? 

WHAT I WANT TO SEE:

  • Non-human Jedi as a main character (preferably a dual-wielding Twilek)
  • a Princess that’s a WoC
  • Han & Leia in some form of “Happily Ever After” (I’m so sick of never having an old married couple that are still in love)
  • Mara Jade
  • a non-human Sith as primary antagonist that kills Luke Skywalker about halfway through setting him up as the apparent primary antagonist for the new series, until the last act when
  • Yuuzhan Vong show up and kill him like he’s nothing

WHAT I DON’T WANT TO SEE:

  • Rated PG-13 for Sex & Violence
  • Female characters who exist primarily as eye candy
  • Clone Emperor (I know it’s going to happen, I just wish it would go in a different direction)
  • Midi-chlorians
  • "Promised One" and/or prophecy-based plotlines (yawn)
  • 70-year old Boba Fett
cosgeek:

Dad/costume creator Paco Allen [flickr] spoke to Make about how he made this Luke Skywalker costume for his 4-year-old daughter. The clothes themselves look pretty simple. The Tauntaun, not so much.

cosgeek:

Dad/costume creator Paco Allen [flickr] spoke to Make about how he made this Luke Skywalker costume for his 4-year-old daughter. The clothes themselves look pretty simple. The Tauntaun, not so much.
arts-dm-den:

lawfulgoodness:

Awesome image, but source your art.
Image by Priscilla Tramontano
If you really like it, buy it on a shirt.
Her art blog

I don’t know, Spock is closer to Lawful Neutral with slightly good leanings. Luke Skywalker is Kind of a Neutral good, and edges towards true neutral by Return of the Jedi (He totally force chokes Bib Fortuna), but goes back up to neutral good in the expanded universe. He is literally part of something called “The Rebel Alliance”
Connor McLeod, again seems on the neutral good side, since “The Rules” seem to be enforced upon him rather than a personal code, and he seems to have little respect for the laws of mortal men
Ripley…I’m not really sure of much evidence of her being lawful, not really much evidence for good either. It’s been a while, but I think she wanted to nuke that lab from orbit.
Otherwise I don’t have any other objections.

Y’know, I thought the same thing about McLeod & Ripley.  I’m not really sure why they’re on here.  But Spock & Luke I’m definitely down with.
I see the crew of ST:TOS to be
Spock - Lawful Good
Bones - Neutral Good
Kirk - Chaotic Good
I think Spock is a really good example of somebody who generally holds the “Lawful” high than the “Good,” until Kirk comes along and helps him get over it.  I’d this is certainly more true in Abrams’ adaptations than in TOS, but I think it still holds to some degree in the show.
As far as Luke goes, I’d say he’s probably MORE Lawful Good at the end of Ep Vi than any other time in the series.  The Jedi are the epitome of Lawful Good.  I find it off-putting that Jedi equate “Light Sight” with “dispassionate,” but I still think there’s plenty of room in that to still say they are good.  In Episode VI he becomes a Jedi Knight by getting his emotions in check and just doing what he needs to do.

arts-dm-den:

lawfulgoodness:

Awesome image, but source your art.

Image by Priscilla Tramontano

If you really like it, buy it on a shirt.

Her art blog

I don’t know, Spock is closer to Lawful Neutral with slightly good leanings. Luke Skywalker is Kind of a Neutral good, and edges towards true neutral by Return of the Jedi (He totally force chokes Bib Fortuna), but goes back up to neutral good in the expanded universe. He is literally part of something called “The Rebel Alliance”

Connor McLeod, again seems on the neutral good side, since “The Rules” seem to be enforced upon him rather than a personal code, and he seems to have little respect for the laws of mortal men

Ripley…I’m not really sure of much evidence of her being lawful, not really much evidence for good either. It’s been a while, but I think she wanted to nuke that lab from orbit.

Otherwise I don’t have any other objections.

Y’know, I thought the same thing about McLeod & Ripley.  I’m not really sure why they’re on here.  But Spock & Luke I’m definitely down with.

I see the crew of ST:TOS to be

  • Spock - Lawful Good
  • Bones - Neutral Good
  • Kirk - Chaotic Good

I think Spock is a really good example of somebody who generally holds the “Lawful” high than the “Good,” until Kirk comes along and helps him get over it.  I’d this is certainly more true in Abrams’ adaptations than in TOS, but I think it still holds to some degree in the show.

As far as Luke goes, I’d say he’s probably MORE Lawful Good at the end of Ep Vi than any other time in the series.  The Jedi are the epitome of Lawful Good.  I find it off-putting that Jedi equate “Light Sight” with “dispassionate,” but I still think there’s plenty of room in that to still say they are good.  In Episode VI he becomes a Jedi Knight by getting his emotions in check and just doing what he needs to do.

(Source: d-urahan)