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  Life Is The Path
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I see. Thanks, Rattling!

About the stationary: I like it. Official looking and well done, though I think maybe your name should be slightly more prominent. Smile

And, on another note: It may not be a good idea to display your home address on the interweb (bottom left in the picture, next to your thumb). I know we, my fellow members and I, would not do anything malicious, but I can't speak for those who peruse the site...
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You shall be receiving Ewok pron offers shortly. Laughing
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
You shall be receiving Ewok pron offers shortly. Laughing


That one is going to give me nightmares. Yub Yub bow chinga bow wow.


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And the matching business cards:





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Nice. I particularly like the little green lightsabre-esque flares by the side of the Lightsabre Rattling bits.
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New post focusing on lightsaber variants. This time the dual-phase weapon as seen being used by Corran Horn.

http://bit.ly/lTRIZo


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bad ass article!


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Indeed, great article LSR.
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Thanks for the positive feedback guys. Laughing


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Pretty excited that I may be getting some ARCs from Del Rey soon and may make it on their regular Star Wars gallery mailing list.

If it works out look for Spoiler Free reviews of Ascension and Choices of One shortly before they are released.


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No such thing as a spoiler-free review! They are either reviews, or they are summaries. Reviews aren't meant to discuss topics from the book in-depth and spoil them. They're meant to convey to the reader on whether or not to experience the subject of the review. A perfect review will never delve into spoilers. It doesn't need to. It isn't supposed to.

Sorry, this has just been a huge pet peeve of mine this last year.


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Vile, you know I completely agree with you about reviews. With that said Skuldren and I did a joint review of Conviction on Roqoo Depot which is basically spoiler free. We didn't plan it; it just turned out that way. We did a joint review because it was fun, and it just seemed silly to do two reviews by two people who basically agreed on everything regarding Conviction.
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Perhaps my definition of a Spoiler is more broad then VileZero's, but in Star Wars books, anything from the inclusion of a particular character or local can in my opinion spoil a potential plot point.

At the same time, my full reviews that contain spoilers ate more of a hybrid between a true review and a summary as Vile describes it because, usually without go it the whole story away there are aspects of the plot or characters that I want to speak to specifically and I can't do that and remain spoiler free.


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