History WMG / StarWars

28th Aug '16 5:51:42 AM Morgenthaler
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''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' has a SideQuest implying that some or all humans are descended from SandPeople slaves taken by the Rakata, before they bombed the planet down to glass. This makes Tatooine Humanity's homeworld, and therefore Earth post silica-based remodelling. This explains why so much important stuff happens there: even though nobody remembers what it originally was, being the birthplace of the dominant species in the Galaxy has left Tatooine with a disproportionate influence in the Force, making it a crossroads of fate. The fact there are two suns is because at some point somebody [[TwoThousandOne stellified Jupiter]].

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''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' has a SideQuest implying that some or all humans are descended from SandPeople slaves taken by the Rakata, before they bombed the planet down to glass. This makes Tatooine Humanity's homeworld, and therefore Earth post silica-based remodelling. This explains why so much important stuff happens there: even though nobody remembers what it originally was, being the birthplace of the dominant species in the Galaxy has left Tatooine with a disproportionate influence in the Force, making it a crossroads of fate. The fact there are two suns is because at some point somebody [[TwoThousandOne [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey stellified Jupiter]].
17th Aug '16 1:34:51 PM neoamon
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[[WMG: All the members of the Skywalker and Solo that were alive when the old EU finished died of old age.]]
Now that the old EU has ended I like to think that all living Skywalkers and Solos died of old age in the old EU rather than in battle.
10th Jul '16 11:43:41 AM nombretomado
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*** Dude, this IS BioWare. BiTheWay is pretty much standard with these guys. See Sky and Silk Fox from ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' and [[Franchise/MassEffect several crew members from the Normandy, Shepard included]]. They managed to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sneak a lesbian Jedi catgirl under Lucasarts' radar]], despite the company's notoriously homophobic track record. Chances are, they would have gone there in a Pride March float, grinning all the while.

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*** Dude, this IS BioWare.Creator/BioWare. BiTheWay is pretty much standard with these guys. See Sky and Silk Fox from ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' and [[Franchise/MassEffect several crew members from the Normandy, Shepard included]]. They managed to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sneak a lesbian Jedi catgirl under Lucasarts' radar]], despite the company's notoriously homophobic track record. Chances are, they would have gone there in a Pride March float, grinning all the while.



* There is some actual canonical basis for this. ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' blatantly states that Sith of the old Empire could do ''anything'' they wished and no one could do a damn thing about it. Darth Malgus openly kept a SexSlave he considered a common-law wife until he killed her for being a potential liability. If a Sith Warrior corrupts Jaesa, she admits to getting a little drunk at a party, sleeping with a handsome young officer, then killing him afterward. A Sith Warrior can also ''order'' both his potential love interests (Vette and Dark Side Jaesa) into a threesome, and in an earlier patch, you could force Vette into a romance without removing her slave collar, essentially keeping ''her'' as a SexSlave. The love interest for the female Sith Warrior already ''knows'' he is unlikely to survive the affair and will be killed as soon as she is bored of him. And if your Sith makes an advance on NPC characters, they often become visibly nervous and afraid. Leave it to BioWare to fly as much {{Squick}} as they can [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar while still adhering to a Lucasarts-mandated T rating]]

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* There is some actual canonical basis for this. ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' blatantly states that Sith of the old Empire could do ''anything'' they wished and no one could do a damn thing about it. Darth Malgus openly kept a SexSlave he considered a common-law wife until he killed her for being a potential liability. If a Sith Warrior corrupts Jaesa, she admits to getting a little drunk at a party, sleeping with a handsome young officer, then killing him afterward. A Sith Warrior can also ''order'' both his potential love interests (Vette and Dark Side Jaesa) into a threesome, and in an earlier patch, you could force Vette into a romance without removing her slave collar, essentially keeping ''her'' as a SexSlave. The love interest for the female Sith Warrior already ''knows'' he is unlikely to survive the affair and will be killed as soon as she is bored of him. And if your Sith makes an advance on NPC characters, they often become visibly nervous and afraid. Leave it to BioWare Creator/BioWare to fly as much {{Squick}} as they can [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar while still adhering to a Lucasarts-mandated T rating]]
26th Jun '16 7:56:35 PM nombretomado
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If you use the Force while drowned in negative emotions and intents, the effects related to them will be manifested on you, destroying your sanity and beauty. If you approach it by showing no emotion, it acts as in emotionless terms: you live longer, you are weaker in terms of raw power, et cetera. See ''TheDresdenFiles'' for a more detailed breakdown of how the emotional focus of the Dark Side breaks you down.

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If you use the Force while drowned in negative emotions and intents, the effects related to them will be manifested on you, destroying your sanity and beauty. If you approach it by showing no emotion, it acts as in emotionless terms: you live longer, you are weaker in terms of raw power, et cetera. See ''TheDresdenFiles'' ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' for a more detailed breakdown of how the emotional focus of the Dark Side breaks you down.
19th Jun '16 2:45:48 PM nombretomado
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from ''Literature/ChoicesOfOne'' and [[TheThrawnTrilogy ''Crisis of Faith'']] is a Yuuzhan Vong. Precisely the kind of cunning mind and alien terror Thrawn was sent to the Unknown Regions to quell.

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from ''Literature/ChoicesOfOne'' and [[TheThrawnTrilogy ''Crisis ''[[Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy Crisis of Faith'']] Faith]]'' is a Yuuzhan Vong. Precisely the kind of cunning mind and alien terror Thrawn was sent to the Unknown Regions to quell.
29th May '16 2:08:09 AM DrDougsh
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[[WMG: Obi-Wan is Luke and Leia's real father, but is in denial about it.]]
It's clear that Anakin suspected Obi-Wan of having an affair with Padmé in ''Revenge of the Sith''. What if he was right? The fact that it even occurred to Anakin suggests Obi-Wan has had ample opportunity to meet up with Padmé. This casts Obi-Wan's actions in the OT in quite a different light -- the reason he lies to Luke is that he's unwilling to confront the possibility that he himself is the father. Obi-Wan is plagued by guilt over the idea that his cuckolding of Anakin drove Anakin to become Darth Vader, making him responsible for the rise of the Empire through his weakness. If Luke were his son, he'd be a living monument to Obi-Wan's disastrous betrayal of his best friend, making it unsurprising that Obi-Wan would never even consider the possibility.
16th May '16 8:24:12 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Star Wars is now part of the MarvelCinematicUniverse]]

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[[WMG: Star Wars is now part of the MarvelCinematicUniverse]]Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse]]
13th May '16 12:32:02 PM FordPrefect
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[[WMG:R2D2 is...]]
A Daleck that has taken some anger management courses.

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[[WMG:R2D2 [[WMG:R2-D2 is...]]
A Daleck Dalek that has taken some anger management courses.
9th May '16 3:40:01 AM erforce
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[[WMG: Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}, Franchise/{{Dune}}, StarWars, TheTerminator, and TheWheelOfTime all take place in the same universe.]]

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[[WMG: Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}, Franchise/{{Dune}}, StarWars, TheTerminator, Star Wars, The Franchise/{{Terminator}}, and TheWheelOfTime Literature/TheWheelOfTime all take place in the same universe.]]



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* We know from Terminator Salvation that there are humans who donât believe the Resistance can defeat Skynet. A group of these people conspire to go back in time in order to escape the machines. They succeed, but mess up the space-time coordinates and end up on the planet that eventually becomes Coruscant.

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* We know from Terminator Salvation Film/TerminatorSalvation that there are humans who donât believe the Resistance can defeat Skynet. A group of these people conspire to go back in time in order to escape the machines. They succeed, but mess up the space-time coordinates and end up on the planet that eventually becomes Coruscant.



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4th May '16 3:51:58 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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[[WMG: Simon the Killer Ewok from ''Galactic Battlegrounds'' is a universe- and species-displaced [[GurrenLagann Simon the Digger.]]]]

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[[WMG: Simon the Killer Ewok from ''Galactic Battlegrounds'' is a universe- and species-displaced [[GurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Simon the Digger.]]]]
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