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    I really set myself up for that one, didn't I? Anyway, i only have 1 thing to say to people who revere the OT:

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    I really set myself up for that one, didn't I? Anyway, i only have 1 thing to say to people who revere the OT:

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    I believe that the person in that gif wasn’t supposed to be right, tis why it was said by the villain right before the other protagonist and Luke were like “Naw, you wrong” (we just saw the part he said that too!).

    Also Disney Star Wars is 3/5 good, but I’m still not feeling like saying what that 3/5 is (I’ll do it eventually though).
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    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    I really set myself up for that one, didn't I? Anyway, i only have 1 thing to say to people who revere the OT:

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    It is a bold choice to quote that line from a character obsessed with Darth Vader and who fights (and loses to) Luke Skywalker and Palpatine.
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    Julia seems to be high INT, low WIS and CHA. Which is a shame. But it's possible she might have something insightful to say about the upcoming battle. More importantly, Roy is putting up with her on the off chance that she might have something to say, which is responsible and wise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caledonian View Post
    Julia seems to be high INT, low WIS and CHA. Which is a shame. But it's possible she might have something insightful to say about the upcoming battle. More importantly, Roy is putting up with her on the off chance that she might have something to say, which is responsible and wise.
    I’d guess she has good charisma, you don’t get to be the most popular girl in the school based solely on your grades and INT.
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    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    I'm not 100% sure what it says about me that neither I nor my born-and-raised-in-India father never felt any discomfort from that movie. To the point where I was a bit surprised when my parents got into an argument with one of my older cousins about it. I guess (to my eyes) it always seemed so stupidly over the top that I barely even connected it to reality.
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    How long till we get Tarquin, Miko and Hilgya? I'll bet that Tarquin comes up in the next week, Hilgya in the next month and, actually I don't think we've had a Miko tangent (beyond a thread made about her) since I joined the forums.
    We could discuss how each of these characters feel about 27 year olds dating 17 year olds. I think Tarquin is in favor of it, Hilgya doesn't care, and Miko's stance is "slash slash slash."

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    We could discuss how each of these characters feel about 27 year olds dating 17 year olds. I think Tarquin is in favor of it, Hilgya doesn't care, and Miko's stance is "slash slash slash."
    Tarquin is also probably in favor of [Tarquin’s age] year olds dating a few years younger tbh.

    Hilgya might care in specific circumstances, mostly if it’s her or her son involved.

    Miko is dead on, she’d be bumping a lot of uglies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    Tarquin is also probably in favor of [Tarquin’s age] year olds dating a few years younger tbh.

    Hilgya might care in specific circumstances, mostly if it’s her or her son involved.

    Miko is dead on, she’d be bumping a lot of uglies.
    Yeah that's basically what I was thinking for all of them. Tarquin seems like the sort who would say "age is just a number" while trying to sleep with someone young enough to be his child.

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    He's getting old enough you could say grandchild.

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    He's getting old enough you could say grandchild.
    His son is in his 20s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lissou View Post
    His son is in his 20s.
    And if he had his son at 40, then a 20-year-old would still be young enough to be his grandchild. His actual children's ages are irrelevant. I don't think we know his age, but I'm not sure the Giant Steve Martin'd him.
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    And if he had his son at 40, then a 20-year-old would still be young enough to be his grandchild. His actual children's ages are irrelevant. I don't think we know his age, but I'm not sure the Giant Steve Martin'd him.
    We have a minimum age of 51 due to him having adventured for 35 years but I'd guess he's at least 53 (the date you reach Old Age).
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    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    Yeah. Have first kid at 17 or 18, that kid has kid at 17 or 18, your grandkid is Julia's age at his current age.

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    Also Disney Star Wars is 3/5 good, but I’m still not feeling like saying what that 3/5 is (I’ll do it eventually though).
    Rogue One was good.
    1/5.

    Solo had its moments, but was really disappointing to me because of what it could have been - argh.


    The 7,8,9 had some moments, each did, but they kept tripping all over themselves in terms of flow and plot.

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    Also Disney Star Wars is 3/5 good, but I’m still not feeling like saying what that 3/5 is (I’ll do it eventually though).
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    Rogue One was good.
    1/5.
    Disney Star Wars has a sixth pillar - The Mandalorian. So both y'all need to add one to both numerator and denominator.
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    Disney Star Wars has a sixth pillar - The Mandalorian. So both y'all need to add one to both numerator and denominator.
    Okay then, I haven't got around to actually finishing that but 4/6 I guess, Mandalorian was pretty good and fun, nothing deep or amazing, but a decent story in an interesting world, Disney should do more of those instead of making a bunch of stuff around the ST and rehashing the prequels and the original trilogy (and telling dumb backstories, Rogue One was good but it was a dumb backstory to make).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    Disney Star Wars has a sixth pillar - The Mandalorian. So both y'all need to add one to both numerator and denominator.
    It also has Star Wars: Rebels, which was produced while Lucasfilm was a subsidiary of Disney so it counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Disney Star Wars has a sixth pillar - The Mandalorian.
    Like it so far, and the addition of Giancarlo Esposito bodes well for next season. That said, there's some heavy handedness in it (particularly in the last two episodes) that I hope they smooth out next season
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    Quote Originally Posted by factotum View Post
    It also has Star Wars: Rebels, which was produced while Lucasfilm was a subsidiary of Disney so it counts.
    I'm not adding that because I've only seen the first episode of it, oh and also if we're going to keep adding stuff there's also comics, the like two books (I know there have been more, it just feels like there have been 2), the new seasons of the Clone Wars and Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, which is like 11 pillars?

    However of those extra pillars I have only read Tarkin and that one comic book that was in continuity with the original comics, maybe I saw a couple of the episodes of Clone Wars, and I watched a review of Forces of Destiny, not enough to judge any of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    I'm not adding that because I've only seen the first episode of it
    Oh, OK, so anything you've not read or seen is no longer canonically part of the Star Wars universe? Got it. Don't suppose you can retroactively forget you ever saw Last Jedi, in that case?

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    Oh, OK, so anything you've not read or seen is no longer canonically part of the Star Wars universe? Got it. Don't suppose you can retroactively forget you ever saw Last Jedi, in that case?
    It’s more “I can’t judge a tv show I saw one episode of years ago”. Oh and TLJ is definitely not the sequel movie I’d be forgetting I ever watched.
    It’s the Rise of Skywalker, that film is baaaaad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    I'm just now realizing she's a wizard....:/ :(

    ...huh.....

    Thought she would be more of a sorcerer type what with the whole look at my ta-ta's thing and all
    Eugene Greenhilt's kid, a sorceress?


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    Quote Originally Posted by factotum View Post
    It also has Star Wars: Rebels, which was produced while Lucasfilm was a subsidiary of Disney so it counts.
    I love Rebels, but in the spirit of everyone and their mothers ignoring the 2008 film The Clone Wars, I assume only live-action counts.
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    I love Rebels, but in the spirit of everyone and their mothers ignoring the 2008 film The Clone Wars, I assume only live-action counts.
    That's not included because people got used to only counting the Skywalker Saga and treating the movie as apart of the tv show, and then they decided to count Solo and Rogue One, and just forgot that TCW counts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    That's not included because people got used to only counting the Skywalker Saga and treating the movie as apart of the tv show, and then they decided to count Solo and Rogue One, and just forgot that TCW counts.
    "It was the red-headed stepchild at first, but later it became the red-headed stepchild" isn't a terribly resounding rebuttal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mucat View Post
    Eugene Greenhilt's kid, a sorceress?
    I'm at least fairly sure she could have pulled it off, like Roy having the Wis and Cha to pull off a Cleric. Maybe an Ultimate Magus build, that might have worked.
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    I'm at least fairly sure she could have pulled it off, like Roy having the Wis and Cha to pull off a Cleric. Maybe an Ultimate Magus build, that might have worked.
    The point is that Eugene's favorite child would of course be a wizard, because he's a "wizards are clearly superior to every other class" dude (as seen in interacting with Roy and Master Fyron).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    I recognize that Conservation of Detail is Overrated, but I find the event that I am using as evidence for my theory above important enough/given enough focus to qualify for what I call Elan’s Exception, “Who wastes perfectly good foreshadowing like that?”. Also I have never correctly predicted any event in any piece of media so take this theory with a grain of salt (I call this Peelee’s Ye Old Reminder).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
    The point is that Eugene's favorite child would of course be a wizard, because he's a "wizards are clearly superior to every other class" dude (as seen in interacting with Roy and Master Fyron).
    I said could, not would. Ultimate Magus is a bit of a bleh prestige class anyways; I'm just saying that she probably has the ability scores to make that work at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    I love Rebels, but in the spirit of everyone and their mothers ignoring the 2008 film The Clone Wars, I assume only live-action counts.
    I may be wrong, but Disney only bought Lucasfilm in 2012, right? So if you're specifically only talking about "Disney" Star Wars stuff, that one wouldn't count. I maybe missed the point of this argument if that's not what we're talking about.

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