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Paizo run officially out of ideas?
I wouldn't say that. I mean between them they must have over 120 years of gaming experience under their belt right? (quick somebody do the math!)
Why even young ingenue Mark Moreland brings like 6 years into that brain trust.
Nay Hythlodeus, Paizo knows what makes gamers really happy:
A reason to kvetch and moan.
I had enough of these so called "hero" grave robbers who have to butt into and meddle their way into the affairs of others, with their winsome valor, self diluted righteousness, and gallant daring do.
Its time to set aside the spineless virtuous meek kneed, the suffocating press of vibrant honor bound and the ethical moral purposeless cuckolds.
Come forth ye Anti Heroes, Anti Paladins, Black Hearted Rogues, Sycophantic Knaves, Fell Necromancers, Spurned Lovers, True Despots, Whispering Tyrants, Evil Masterminds, Corpulent Plague Daemon Summoners, Unrepentant Slavers, Oath Breakers, False Prophets, Grandfathers of Assassins, Nizari cult members, Sith Lords, Fallen Angels, Undead fanboys, Fox News Analysts and Lawyers.
Arise then and make yourselves known.
It's time to dash the ale and biscuits with Milk of the Poppy.
It's time to wake the orphans and sharpen the guillotine.
It's time to line the Czar's family up against the wall.
It's time to build an Empire.
It's time find the One Ring and Bind them all.
It's time to be the bully in the playground once more!
Pleased to meet you.
Hope you guess my name.
Lucifer they have here seems a little too jovial and rather ... underwhelming in sheer force of Will.
My idea of Lucifer, based on Sandman is he is walking Charisma personified.
Hitler would swoon.
They also missed a golden opportunity not to make him a blonde, I mean if he is in LA he needs to be a blonde. Like a young Sting or Bowie.
Speaking of which, I think this generation is long overdue for their Sting or Bowie.
May The 4 th Be With You.
Man I can't wait for December, I loved the Lord of the Rings movies as being part of the Holiday tradition for well over a decade but it's time to show these younglings what I grew up on in the summertime of my youth.
For those who don't want to go to that link but still want to read some production notes for Season 2.
The premiere is a one-hour event titled “The Siege Of Lothal”. For those of you who are getting Lothal cabin-fever, I can say that (without giving anything away) the episode ends on a note that suggests we won’t be seeing the planet for a while after this.
The episode is one of the darkest stories that has been told so far.
Guest stars galore – Billy Dee Williams, Phil LaMarr, and James Earl Jones return as Lando Calrissian, Bail Organa, and Darth Vader respectively, while Sam Witwer makes his debut on the show as Emperor Palpatine.
Kanan is ambivalent on if he wants to assist the organized group of Rebel Cells or if he wants to pursue his own missions with the Ghost crew. Hera, conversely, is firmly in favor Rebel Cells due to their rescue at the end of “Fire Across The Galaxy”. This is apparently an internal conflict that carries through for the season.
Ezra begins to establish himself more as a leader for the team, as opposed to a follower.
Ahsoka Tano is important to the story, but she is not thrust into the role of being the main character. The focus of the narrative is still on the crew of the Ghost.
A group of pilots called Phoenix Squadron (which flies B-wings and A-wings, among other ships) is introduced as a Rebel Cell. A character named Commander Sato leads these soldiers.
Darth Vader is very prominent in this episode, but the ending suggests that he will not be the primary threat that the Rebel Cells will have to deal with this season. He is much more threatening to the Ghost crew than Wilhuff Tarkin was – and by a significant margin. All of (or almost all of) the clips involving Darth Vader that were shown in the Season 2 Trailer are from this episode. In fact, most of the trailer features content from “The Siege Of Lothal”.
“The Siege Of Lothal” will air in the Summer, while the show itself will resume in the Autumn. No official dates were mentioned.
Season 2 will be 22 episodes long (“The Seige Of Lothal” will count as two episodes, based on how “Spark Of Rebellion” was counted as two episodes in Season 1). The information about when the show will go back on the air personally leads me to believe that Rebels will not have any extensive hiatuses once it starts back up again (in order to coincide with the release of The Force Awakens).
Soon, so very soon, The Empire will remind this pitiful Rebellion what War is all about.
Ah SPECTRE, the evil organization that HYDRA moms would tell their children about to scare them to bed.
Thanks for doing this Wayne!
Which Iconic would be the best at illustrating their creator the artist Wayne Reynolds?
Which Iconic could portray Wayne Reynolds in the "Paizo Goes to GenCon the Movie"?
Given that there are four Iconics in each Adventure Path, which combination of four would you love to see team up and illustrate that you have not been given the chance to yet?
I am amused that this poster at least doesn't Scarlet charging butt-first into a gunfight.
In real life Scarlett Johansson has a tattoo on her right side rib cage that say's "lucky you." I assume that for the reader who wakes up next to her.
This Thursday the new Avengers II trailer drops.
Has anyone received their copy?
I am very excited for Armada as well, but that's a few months from now. That's not a "casual" game that I can get not gamers into.
X-Wing is aces man, they have one of the best Millennium Falcon models out there, I love it. I have the Tantive IV as well and all the Imperial ships.
I have been a supporter of X-Wing since they announced the game, in fact I am a little worried that in 2015 my Fantasy Flight expenses (which includes X-Wing, and the upcoming Armada and Imperial Assault) may exceed my Paizo expenses which has never happened.
I was asking about Imperial Assault though.
Is anyone here playing this game?
Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun wrote:
And it took all of an hour after that confirmation for speculation that Serkis is either the son or more likely a clone of His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Palpatine.
Plausible, but since the Expanded Universe already touched on this, the movie may not take this route.
At the very least Serkis must be a member of The Imperial Inquisitorius.
"Nobody expects the Imperial Inquisition!"
Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun wrote:
Some cool things to note in The Force Awakens trailer.
In the speeder sequence featuring actress Daisy Ridley [Kira], a closeup shot of her at the controls includes what looks like a weapon, with a lightsaber-style handle, strapped to the side.
"Is Daisy Ridley's [Kira] character Princess Leia and Han Solo's daughter?"
Difficult to say, though there is a clear similarity between the shot used in the trailer, in which Ridley's character mounts a speeder bike, and the sequence in Return of the Jedi in which Princess Leia does the same. The style of Ridley's clothing is even reminiscent, which cannot be coincidence.
"Is the desert planet Tattooine?"
That seems almost certain, there are few planets more Iconic to Star Wars than Tattooine. Further in the trailer we see in the distance what appears to be moisture vaporators, the principal tool of water farming, one of Tattooine's major industries, and what look to be burned-out pod engines, a mainstay of Tattooine's pod-racing industry.
"Who is the narrator of the trailer?" There are some camps saying it's Andy Serkis.
"Did that sound like an Imperial probe droid?"
"What are the symbols on the X-Wing pilot's cockpit harness?"
It's "Pull to inflate," in Aurebesh.
Is that a 'new' Millennium Falcon?
There is only one Millennium Falcon. Though there is a noticeable change to its exterior - the old circular sensor dish on the ship's roof is gone, replaced with a rectangular one, which suggests that there have been some improvements. (Small historical note: the original dish was damaged in Return of the Jedi.) The ship, a modified YT-1300 light freighter, appeared in the original trilogy films and was glimpsed in the prequel Revenge of the Sith.
This is how much of an Imperial I remain to this day.
A recurring nightmare I have had since I was 12 still creeps up on me about once a year.
And its that of His Imperial Majesty's ship the Super Star Destroyer Executor being pulled into the Death Star II's gravity well.
That was a tragedy of paramount magnitude.