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Comment reply on Forum Topic "2020 Presidential Candidates"

  • 11 hours ago
  • 1 point

Gotta make time to enjoy your popcorn.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "2020 Presidential Candidates"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

Obi Wan tomtomj2. May the force be with you.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Top 10 Games"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point
  1. Command and Conquer Generals.

  2. Minecraft.

  3. League of Legends.

  4. Halo Combat Evolved.

  5. Halo Reach.

  6. Super Metroid.

  7. Prey(2017)

  8. Halo 3.

  9. Star Wars Republic Commando.

  10. Star Wars Empire at War.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Top 10 Games"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

Republic Commando is awesome. Extremely underrated.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "2020 Presidential Candidates"

  • 3 days ago
  • 2 points

Oh I'm not brave enough for politics.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Is conservatism inherently bad?"

  • 5 days ago
  • 3 points

It will be done my lord.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Is conservatism inherently bad?"

  • 5 days ago
  • 1 point

I was expecting it, just from tomtomj2.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Naming a Computer"

  • 5 days ago
  • 2 points

Sounds like a Roman Emperor. I like it.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Naming a Computer"

  • 6 days ago
  • 1 point

UNSC*. Too late to edit.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Naming a Computer"

  • 6 days ago
  • 2 points

I named my computer after the INSC Halcyon class light cruiser, The Pillar of Autumn.

I was going to name it the Prometheus after the X303 from Star Gate. But as I got closer to building it, Halo became more and more my second favorite science fiction series.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 7 days ago
  • 1 point

That's not the point though, it isn't a matter of having the right-size book to translate into a film, it's that they don't have an existing "Star Wars Episode 9: The Novel" that was written for them already that they can take and make into a book

I think you and I are operating off of different concepts of source material. Of course they didn't have an Episode 7, 8 or 9 already. George didn't have any source material and He made 3 of the greatest films of all time back in the 70s and 80s. So yeah if you compare to other series it kinda makes sense. But when compared to the actual series it is part of it falls apart. They have plenty of material that they can draw influence from. And they have done that to some extent. But what they did is basically equal to if the writers of GOT at the first season said the books aren't canon. Created their own thing. Them complained they didn't have any source material. If you are going to ignore dozens if not hundreds of books, they can't really complain that they don't have anything to base their stories off of.

Now you might be tempted to say "Hah, they shot themselves in the foot by tossing the EU and now they're complaining about not having pre-written novels to use!", but that would be to misread the comments. She was merely stressing the large amount of work it takes to produce something like this and the creative process that takes place behind it.

She can stress how hard it is to write for movies. But they can make that process a whole lot easier if they want. But if they don't want to use the material at their disposal, then why complain they don't have source material. Take the Lord of the Rings movies for example. They didn't just straight up turn the books into movies. They took that, adapted it, made a some changes, and it turned out well. That's a great example of how source material doesn't necessarily mean just taking one story and completely copying it and turning it into a different format.

Disney is gonna be at this for a long time, so there's no rush in padding pre-TPM canon. And as you've noted, they can bring forward anything they like from the former EU content. We've already seen tidbits of KOTOR get brought into the shows.

What specifically are you referring to with the tidbits of KOTOR? Darth Bane was in the Clone Wars(voiced by Mark Hamill). But that was already planned and in production before Disney bought Star Wars.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 7 days ago
  • 1 point

When she talks about not having an 800 page novel to convert as source material though, she's making an oblique reference to things like Game of Thrones (or the MCU) which was converting huge novels as their source material into a show (note the dramatic fall-off in quality once they ran out of books to do this with, too, lmao).

That I can kinda understand. But there are a lot of series of smaller 200-300 page books. Like the Republic Commando or Darth Bane series. The Darth Bane series I think adds up to around 700-900 pages. The Republic Commando series is well over 1000 pages in total. So yeah there may not huge novels that size of say Lord of the Rings. But there are a lot of small trilogies that make up a complete story when combined.

One thing I don't get is why they also threw out a lot of the pre Phantom Menace stuff. They haven't even touched the old republic era. And books like Maul: Lockdown would improve their canon. Although for that book they may need to change like 1 page because Maul fights an unnamed creature that fits the description of a Yuuzhan Vong. But since the creature is not even named they could easily make something up or just ignore it. I understand why they axed the stuff the Phantom Menace and after. But they don't seem interested in the Old Republic so why do they need to remove that?

There's a considerable difference to plucking the name Ben Solo (which was actually Ben Skywalker) and re-using it for a new character vs converting a novel directly into a film.

I was thinking of Jacen Solo my bad. There are a lot of similarities between Jacen Solo's and Ben Solo's stories. So I wouldn't be surprised if they used the concept of Jacen Solo as a character and based Ben Solo off of that.

And I'm not saying that they should have just turned the old books into movies. I am fine with them doing their own thing. But at least their knowledge, I beg you Disney.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 7 days ago
  • 2 points

but what Kathleen Kennedy said is true; those things you are citing have been non-canon for like 5 years now.

Just because it's not canon doesn't mean it can't be source material. Just because you use something as source material doesn't mean you need to straight up copy it. Ben Solo was in the old EU. The name is source material. Crossguard sabers were from the EU. The Imperial remnant and warlords that the first order was based off of were EU. Freaking Thrawn. There is plenty of good material that they could adapt for their canon.

The EU was filled with so much garbage, allowing it to constrain Star Wars would have been terrible.

It had some garbage yeah. Especially from the 80s and early 90s. But around the time George started making the prequels, the garbage was pretty much flushed out and a lot of stuff was deemed non canon. And IMO 2002-2010 was probably the best era for the EU.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 7 days ago
  • 1 point

Well in Disney canon Jango isn't a Mandalorian. I think their reasoning has to do with a line in the Clone Wars where the prime minister of Mandalore says something like "He was a common bounty hunter. How He got that armor is beyond me."

I forgot about that in my last comment.

One thing that's only kinda related to the show is that twoish weeks ago Kathleen Kennedy said they had no source material. Even though for over 3 decades people were writing books and comics before that all got turned to legends. That makes me worry for the future of this show.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Remember Reach"

  • 8 days ago
  • 2 points

My tag is the same as here also.

Due to never having Xbox Live I never really got to play Halo Reach online before. Wow have I missed out.

But the campaign is a lot easier with a mouse and keyboard. I beat it in only about 7 hours.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Remember Reach"

  • 8 days ago
  • 2 points

Lucky. That's an awesome set. Although if I ever got it I would probably use to make a Mandator 1/Pride of the Core.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Remember Reach"

  • 9 days ago
  • 2 points

A lot of my sets are now in pieces also. Including my favorite one, the Republic Frigate. I would rebuild it. But it would just take so long finding the pieces. I would just rather buy another when I can.

I don't really get Halo Megablocks sets. Just the figures. Although I want to eventually get a Warthog. But it's not high on my list of wants.

I have a few of the first and second series Ninjago sets. But nothing from after that. And they are also in pieces. I think some of the current sets look cool but just aren't for me as a collector/MOC maker. Since I got back into LEGO last summer I have only purchased LEGO Star Wars. My first LEGO set was actually one of the first battlepacks. The Rebel Trooper battle pack. So Star Wars will always be the go to as far as LEGO for me.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Remember Reach"

  • 9 days ago
  • 1 point

Well PC building is similar to building with LEGO. Just a lot more fragile. And I find LEGO very relaxing. Whether building sets or MOCs. And LEGO is really the only hobby I have that I show to other people on a regular basis in the form of youtube videos. Yeah when I build a PC I post it here. But that's once or twice a year. I like having something that I can build when I want and show others.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "If You Gained Deific Powers for a Day, What Would You Do?"

  • 9 days ago
  • 1 point

Hey I may be able to chip in some. Want to go in on it together?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Remember Reach"

  • 9 days ago
  • 1 point

Darth Vader's transformation was on sale for $9. Can't pass that up. It's normally $25. And I have been wanting the new A-Wing.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Remember Reach"

  • 10 days ago
  • 2 points

Yeah I understand. I got a good deal on some LEGO today for cyber Monday.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "If You Gained Deific Powers for a Day, What Would You Do?"

  • 10 days ago
  • 3 points

I would add a significant amount of money to my bank account.

Hmmm. This could cause some hyper inflation problems if you just did this at will. Because it would either be creating currency with the reality bending power, or it would be taking it from other people which would be theft. So I assume you mean the former. Going off the former, just randomly adding to our pool of currency decreases the value of it. Look at post WW1 Germany. In the first half of 1922 a US Dollar was equal to about 320 German marks, whereas in late 1923, one US Dollar was equal to about 4,000,000,000 German marks.

Although you could theoretically use the reality bending powers to fix this problem.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "If You Gained Deific Powers for a Day, What Would You Do?"

  • 10 days ago
  • 3 points

I would make it so that the ability to speak does make me intelligent.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Newegg - Intel I9 9900K CPU on "sale" at same price?"

  • 10 days ago
  • 1 point

I'm just here for the memes tbh.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Newegg - Intel I9 9900K CPU on "sale" at same price?"

  • 10 days ago
  • 1 point

Patience Viceroy. They will go on sale.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Self reflection on nutrition poll"

  • 11 days ago
  • 1 point

When it comes to dairy it's really only border line for about 30% of the population. The other 70% is lactose intolerant and it is completely unhealthy.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Self reflection on nutrition poll"

  • 12 days ago
  • 1 point

Overall I would say my average weekly diet is healthy. In a given week 90-95% of what I eat is plant based. So I get plenty of fruits and veggies. No dairy, as despite what many people believe it's not exactly great for human consumption. The ability to process dairy is a genetic mutation that originated in Europe, which is why around 70% of Earth's human population is lactose intolerant. If you think about it, it makes no sense why we need dairy when no other species uses milk as food past infancy. On the subject of calcium. Cows don't produce calcium. It's a mineral that plants absorb from the dirt, and eventually those plants are eaten by the cows and that's how the calcium gets in their milk. But you can cut out the middle man and just eat plants with calcium. Most dark leafy greens have plenty. And the. there's the estrogen in milk. And when men intake estrogen their testosterone levels drop which is not good. So I guess the answer is yes, I do get the right amount of dairy.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 16 days ago
  • 2 points

It really feels like they're dragging it out. I love the dedication to the atmosphere, love the highlights of Mandalorian culture, and love the action scenes, but it feels like there isn't enough substance happening behind these episodes.

Agreed. The first episode didn't have a strong story because they really took the show don't tell route. But purely visual story telling doesn't work well in most cases. Especially in Star Wars where people are expecting an explanation.

One thing that makes no sense to me right now is the whole "Mandos never take off their helmets". I don't know what's going on there. Almost every Mandalorian we have seen so far outside of the show(except for nameless background characters) took off their helmets. Jango Fett, Boba Fett(not in the movies but in the Clone Wars and a lot of comics and books), Visla, and several named members of Deathwatch.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 16 days ago
  • 2 points

Just wanted to correct myself. WE don't see an IG Unit in the Clone Wars. The droid I was thinking of was a similar type of droid, the C-21 Highsinger.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Master race of the master race"

  • 23 days ago
  • 2 points

All haik the Master Builders.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "If you could have one super power, what would it be?"

  • 24 days ago
  • 2 points

The ability to speak actually making me intelligent

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Newegg - Intel I9 9900K CPU on "sale" at same price?"

  • 24 days ago
  • 1 point

I will make it legal.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "If you had to dress like a billionaire (same stuff everyday), what would you choose?"

  • 25 days ago
  • 1 point

Veteran who has a youtube channel: Back away. I will deal with this stolen valor slime myself.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Does anybody else feel like they overpaid for their PC, especially during 2017?"

  • 25 days ago
  • 1 point

I for sure over paid in some aspects compared to if I build in 2016, but I also saved in others. For example I build in April of 2017 and 8gb of RAM cost me around $70, and a similar price for a 240gb SSD if I remember correctly. But I also saved heavily on my CPU, motherboard and GPU for the time. But that was only because I bought from Micro Center.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 28 days ago
  • 2 points

Ahhh I see. Yeah I am probably going to get around to watching the whole Clone Wars now that it is on Disney+ and they're releasing another season. I am familiar with IG-88, but this is the first time I've seen another IG-XX droid.

Yeah it's a great show and isn't exactly a kids show. Most kids shows are rated TV-Y7. But the Clone Wars is TV-PG so they get away with a lot more violence than an actual kids show would. It's a great show for all ages really. But I do think it's target audience is actually more of the 11-14 year old crowd(at least when it came out). But as it went on it just got a lot more mature with the topics it touched on. You had characters that had been there since the first season slowly die off and sometimes in extremely brutal fashion. And again to call this a kids show would be a misnomer. Unlike Rebels(which is also prequel territory like Rogue One and Solo). I have a hard time watching it. It's only worth watching if you have seen the Clone Wars, and even then only certain episodes that involve the Clone Wars characters that come back. But yikes Rebels tries way to hard to keep a TV-Y7 rating. It can get pretty bad some times.

One thing I've noticed from a lot of Prequel fans, is that they grew up watching the Clone Wars show. This show adds tons of content, characterization, and details that were entirely not present when OT fans went to the movies to watch the PT. It's worth noting that this show didn't come out for years after the PT, and so the experience of the PT is entirely different for people who grew up with the Clone Wars show existing and padding the films, vs those who went into the PT with nothing but the OT as background.

Well it didn't come out too long after. There was the original Clone Wars cartoon from 2003(really worth watching, entire series is only like 2 hours and did was canonical I think until Disney took over). But the one we are talking about was released in 2008, however The Clone Wars movie which was basically just several episodes put together was released in 2007. So not a huge gap between ROTS and the Clone Wars.

But as for the bias aspect, imo it's all what you grew up with. The fury that is being directed at the ST now, echoes that from Old OT fans towards the PT when they were new. It's louder because our world is more connected than ever (and imo more vitriolic, but that is a sign of the times more than anything to do with SW itself), but some people were * livid over the prequels too.

I do understand the criticism the Prequels received. Some of it was legit. Some of it is just bullcrap. I understand why people didn't like Anakin. A lot of people say Hayden Christensen was too winy or seemed emotionally unstable. But I think it was perfect. He was meant to be a character who never had a strong parental figure and thus never learned discipline or how to respond to His emotions He should have. Obi Wan was really more of a brother to Anakin(He even said so). Whereas if Qui Gon had been His master He would have gotten a more mature and stable father figure, instead of being raised by somebody who was essentially an older sibling. Also Obi Wan didn't really know how to teach Anakin. Obi Wan was extremely weak in the force and with a saber, focusing on a highly defensive style of saber combat. Which worked for Obi because He was so weak in the force. But Anakin was so powerful in the force it was able to compensate for saber skill gaps. Dooku was the most skilled with a saber but Anakin beat Him with just raw power. And for somebody who most of their life never really had a parental figure, to be thrust into the position of essentially savior of the galaxy and given power beyond that of anyone around Him, it makes sense why He was so emotionally unstable and feared loss as much as He did. Anakin was never meant to be a younger version of Vader. Vader even considered Anakin a different person.

But holy crap are the scenes with Anakin and Padme is AOTC cringy. Christensen and Portman have no chemistry on set(this is another problem the Clone Wars fixes. They don't use the Anakin and Padme subject often but when they do it's pretty well done in the show).

EDIT: As far the Sequels go and my bias. I liked the Force Awakens honestly. I thought it was repetitive and sometimes boring. But I did like it. TLJ not so much. I don't think a movie is being executed properly when half way through I was hoping Kylo would empale Rey with His saber. Kylo, Finn and Poe are really the only new characters I liked. And I think they screwed up Leia's role big time. For somebody who is supposed to the legendary General of the Resistance she barely did anything. The writers really screwed that up IMO.

I think the only thing that can save the trilogy is if my boi Sheev has a great part is Episode 9.

EDIT 2: I am currently on a complete rewatch of all the movies and the Clone Wars in order of time period(starting with TPM, end with TLHJ). And I am going to try to forget my first time watching TLJ and see if my opinion will change.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "The Mandalorian discussion(spoilers)"

  • 28 days ago
  • 2 points

Yeah I expected this topic to be more active.

I loved the grimy, run-down look of the normally-pristine-white Stormtroopers.

That was refreshing. Seeing how weak and unorganized the Imperial remnants are.

I am sure we'll get more details come Friday. I am pumped in a way I haven't been for Star Wars in a good while.

Agreed. I didn't expect much coming in especially after TLJ. I was indeed surprised.

OK wow, your opinions are definitely invalid.

Perhaps I should have been mire specific. I wasn't just referring to the movies. But also the books and games that took place from 50BBY-0ABY. And yes I get you were being sarcastic but I though should elaborate more anyway.

Also I think that people who watched the Prequel movies when they were younger have a bit less bias. When I first watched the Prequel movies it was a day or two after I first watched the OT.

Also this is the first time we get to see an IG droid in action, and it was dope.

Oh not the first time for me. In the Clone Wars during one of Asaj Ventress' story arcs when she became a bounty hunter. She joined a group with a few other bounty hunters including Boba Fett, Bosk, Dangar, an IG unit, and one or two others. The IG unit in that group was an absolute beast compared to the one in the Mandalorian. But I see that as this IG unit being at the point in the show, an old droid that doesn't function as well as it used to. It could also be that the model in the Clone Wars was a different model. I know of 2 IG models off the top of my head. The 11 and 88 models. And the 88s were far deadlier than any previous model. Not certain they are different models. Just theorizing.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Whats the Most Frivolous Thing You Own?"

  • 29 days ago
  • 1 point

A Macbook. It wasn't when I first got it but it is now.

Awhile ago a guy I know who works for a tech repair show asked me if I wanted a bunch of stuff His shop was throwing out because they were moving. One of those was a Macbook. It was no functional initially because it's power connector had what looked like burn damage. But I got a replacement power board for lile $10, a screwdriver kit with Torx(torks?) heads and a few other thing suck as small tipped tweasers, and a few different pick(glad I got a whole kit instead instead of just screwdrivers). Anyway it took me about 40 minutes to rip the thing apart and put it back together. 30 minutes more for me to realize that it wasn't turning on because I connected the keyboard ribbon incorrectly(power button is on the keyboard's ribbon) and another 10 minutes to realize while I was fixing the keyboard ribbon I knocked the display cable loose(ended folding it in place with electrical tape). I used it for a few days, may or may not have made a hackintosh that is more powerful than most current Macbooks(not hard to do). And it's been sitting unused for weeks. With the hackintosh I may of may not have I plan on messing around with if it does exist. But I don't really have a place for a separate desktop so when I use another desktop I am forced to unplug my secondary monitor and swap my keyboard and mouse between it and my PC.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Star Wars questions everyone but me knows the answers to."

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Didn't expect anyone here to enjoy L'Amour. The Sackett books are some of the best books I have ever read. However my favorite book of His is Comstock Load.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Star Wars questions everyone but me knows the answers to."

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

So Bail Organa was Leia's adopted father. He was a senator in the Galactic Republic before it became the Galactic Empire. During the Clone Wars He ran several humanitarian missions to planets occupied by the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Planets such as Cristophsis and Ryloth. And General Kenobi was one of the Jedi He worked with.

During the start of the Empire, the Clone Troopers served as the Empire's military. A few years in the Empire they started recruiting from the local populous. Eventually the Clones were phased out or took up instructor roles. By the time of the Galactic Civil War most clones were retired. Because of their genetic programming they aged at double the rate of the average human. So by the time they were 22 years old they were no longer fit for battle. A few still served as instructors for new recruits. And some such as Captain Rex, actually joined the Rebel Alliance. But a few Clones still served even into their late 20s and early 30s. Even though they were physically in their 50s and 60s. But at that point 99% of the Storm Trooper Corps were volunteers from the Empires citizens.

EDIT: If you want to watch the series for cheap, Disney+ releases in a few days. If you do. The watching order for new comers is usually episode 4, 5 and 6. Then watch 1, 2 and 3. As 1, 2 and 3 are prequels and made after 4, 5 and 6.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "No Shave November"

  • 1 month ago
  • 3 points

Username checks out.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "No Shave November"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Fair enough. I am also 17 and it took a few weeks for mine to start looking decent. Will be a while before mine looks good. But yeah jobs can be mind of a pain with rules for facial hair.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "No Shave November"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Tbh mine doesn't look great. It doesn't look horrible. I did have a few weeks head start so I kinda cheated. But this past week it has started to look okay. But I think it will be at least until the end of NSN until it starts to look decent.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

The wife and I finished the 7,500 piece Millennium Falcon and I gotta say, that might have been too much LEGO. But we have a regular size Millennium Falcon next to it and every time I see them I think to myself, "Here we see the Millennium Falcon in its natural habitat with its young."

I think National Geographic recently did a documentary about this.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Yikes. That's a lot. I honestly have no clue about my total number as most of them I got when I was between 5-12yo and pretty much all of them are in pieces. If I had to guess I would say somewhere in the 75-100 area. But nowhere near your number.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Yeah it can get expensive. Part of the reason I stopped buying for a few years.

As far as the new game goes. I plan on only playing the OT and Prequels. That way I finish 66% of the game. Which is the perfect percentage.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I am hoping they remake the Toa Mata for Bionicle's 20th anniversay. Also there are a lot of projects on LEGO Ideas for Bionicle. I recommend checking it out and supporting them.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

I think they just meant they aren't the kind to have a giant bin and build something with it. They stick to what they bought and don't go beyond it's instructions.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Hey if they don't remake it, you can always get one of the older models on Bricklink. You can usually get stuff for a decent price as long as you don't mind it not having minifigs. If you want the figs, prepare to pay more.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

They probably will. They have a patern of releasing one every 5ish years, so we are overdo. If only they would make less Sequel sets. They have remade so many of the same sets in the past few years, it's insane. Sure the A-Wing and Y-Wing are cool. But the last Y-Wing hasn't even been discontinued and they just released another one with a slightly different color scheme.

IMO the Golden era for lego sets was 2005-2012. We got so many good sets due to ROTS and the Clone Wars.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "LEGO"

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I forgot about Agents. I had a few of the smaller sets. They were pretty cool. I wish I had kept some of my old sets built(specifically my republic frigate, dang I need to buy or rebuild it).

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