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 PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 7:20 pm Reply with quote  
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Legacy Of The Force has seen many returning characters to the series. Did you like who returned? Who would you liked to have seen? Discuss

No Invincible spoilers without tags, please! Very Happy
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 PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 7:35 pm Reply with quote  
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I'd have to say that pretty much everyone I wanted to see came back. But then again, pretty much all the EU characters that are still alive got atleast a cameo in LOTF.

It was great seeing Wedge, Corran and the gang. And of course... Boba Fett and his crew of commandos. I wish Tenel Ka would have had a stronger presence as a character in the books.
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I loved seeing the Mandos again but then, I love Mando's anyway.

I liked that Allston brought Wedge and Tycho back because he gives them a great voice and humor that most authors ignore.

And Lando...what can I say. Loooooove Commander. Very Happy


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Isn't Lando a little old to be having kids? But then again, knowing him, he probley married some woman a few decades younger then him...

Maybe we'll see some of Lando's grandchildren in the Legacy comics.
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The biggest return I think has to be Daala. I think it's a good move. I look forward to seeing more of her.

And I always like seeing Lando. Allston does a good job with him.

Oddly Lowbacca hasn't gotten much exposure. I wonder what happened to him?
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I guess she's still aboard the Anakin Solo. Laughing
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I wish we found out what happened to Aurra Sing...I liked her return and thought it necessary. But I didn't like how she just disappeared again.
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
The biggest return I think has to be Daala. I think it's a good move. I look forward to seeing more of her.

And I always like seeing Lando. Allston does a good job with him.

Oddly Lowbacca hasn't gotten much exposure. I wonder what happened to him?




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Zinnos wrote:
I wish we found out what happened to Aurra Sing...I liked her return and thought it necessary. But I didn't like how she just disappeared again.

The return of Aurra Sing was a very interesting move. I would like to see more of her.
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Reepicheep wrote:
Zinnos wrote:
I wish we found out what happened to Aurra Sing...I liked her return and thought it necessary. But I didn't like how she just disappeared again.

The return of Aurra Sing was a very interesting move. I would like to see more of her.



If you read Invincible, towards the end at the final confrontation, Jaina saw parts of beings being stiched up after torture, and if they were dead; just plain cremated. I would say that does not bode well for an 80 plus year old assassin, who was incapacitated with that paralyzing shot she got and coma-gas to boot! But fear not, Reepicheep, she may now be one with The Force! Twisted Evil



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Yeah, seeing Aurra Sing made the books much more enjoyable. I think it would be neat if she had her own little series of books.


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I really liked seeing Wedge and his run in with the GA in Betrayal. I also loved seeing Gavin Darklighter.

Aurra Sing was great in the book. I would definitely be behind a book(s) devoted to her. Reeves or Luciano come to mind as good authors for that for some reason.


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jedipoodoo wrote:
Reepicheep wrote:
Zinnos wrote:
I wish we found out what happened to Aurra Sing...I liked her return and thought it necessary. But I didn't like how she just disappeared again.

The return of Aurra Sing was a very interesting move. I would like to see more of her.



If you read Invincible, towards the end at the final confrontation, Jaina saw parts of beings being stiched up after torture, and if they were dead; just plain cremated. I would say that does not bode well for an 80 plus year old assassin, who was incapacitated with that paralyzing shot she got and coma-gas to boot! But fear not, Reepicheep, she may now be one with The Force! Twisted Evil



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I recently saw Prince Caspian, and the character you named yourself after is pretty cool! Nothing kicks more butt than a fearless Master-swordsman Mouse!

Yes Reepicheep was so awesome in that movie! I think if Aurra was dead, it would have been mentioned.
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I would have preferred her dying in LotF. It doesn't look to me like having her alive still would serve any good purpose.


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