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Sorry, the multiple threads are dizzying even for a practiced multi tasked scatter brain like me.
Gentlemen, best wishes, inspired moments of genius and calm waters as you set out on this new exciting endeavor!
What is your one most fervent hope for Starfinder?
What is your greatest fear for the same?
Is where did the gods put Golarion the what happened to Aroden of the new setting?
Will there be newly minted gods that succeeded the Test of the Starstone in this era?
Will there be a Tarrasque stand in for Starfinder?
Will Drow get Cloaking Devices on their ships?
Will Harrow Cards be part of the Setting?
Can we expect to see a new Critical Hit and Critical Miss Deck?
Will you ask William Gibson to write ANYTHING for the campaign setting?
Who of you (besides Erik) are fans of Rick and Morty?
Are my current dice compatible with Starfinder?
Do androids dream of electric sheep?
Will Cosmo be blamed for the loss of Golarion?
Why yes, that IS a impregnable fortress atop an immense horned skull shaped battle station in the manner of a crown floating in space escorted by an armada of star cruisers manned by devils.
It's from Summer 1981.
For the Star Wars Historians
Major Voss, first appeared as the Army officer of an unnamed Imperial Class Star Destroyer circa July 1981. There was a later General Voss in 1987 but doubtful it being the same character as their appearance and affiliation did not match in any way.
His final and most important appearance is in April 1982, where he gives a command to fire at Rebels flying stolen TIE's, throwing an entire Armada in disarray. I will surmise he is later executed for this error.
I out Wookiepedia, Wookiepedia.
That's just it he is No Imperial, he is part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor.
Perhaps the best of Marvel's new Canon comic line.
Taking place a mere month after the treasonous and war mongering Rebels murdered beloved Hero of The Empire Grand Moff Tarkin and the destruction of the ultimate peacekeeping symbol, The Death Star, Darth Vader finds himself losing favor and patronage of his master, The Emperor. Intrigue and action swirl around an Empire plunged into war, even as the forlorn Sith Lord discovers the identity of the pilot who fired the shot that caused his fall at Yavin.
Great plots and interwoven side plots, thought out evolving supporting cast, all as seen from the perspective of The Empire, what's not to love?
To commemorate Darth Vader's return to the screen in Rogue One, enjoy the first twelve issues here, and pick up the next one at your FLCS.
Count me in for the last three!
Your a brave man Tacticslion.
Black Olives, Watercress and Arugula on a burger?
Madness I say!
I like red onions, thick cut bacon with a touch of sweet balsamic, unique mayo and blue cheese on mine.
*Not safe for vegetarians.
The graphics, the soundtrack, man I really like the premise of this shooter. Wonder Woman is not the only one heading for the combat zones of World War I.