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(73 replies, posted in Fans)

I'd be Chewbacca, nothing beats being a 'walking carpet'.

Jedi or Sith. Reason, can't really think of a reason, just seems like it would be obvious.

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(7 replies, posted in Fans)

11 HQ Battery, 16 Regiment Royal Artillery. Radio Operator. Going to Afghan in October.

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(634 replies, posted in Fans)

I'm a Catholic, baptized, no communion, but very much a Catholic on paper. I have been to church on numerous occasions. But I like to keep my faith inside.

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(20 replies, posted in Fans)

I've appreciated this Christmas, since I won't be in the country(UK) with my family next year. I've just spent a lot of time with them as possible. Every weekend or holiday I get, I go home. Christmas for me equals family.

Welcome to the boards, JW! Cool avatar. wink

I've met Ray Park at a signing for Phantom Menace. I've still got the autographed photo of him as Darth maul. It was great. big_smile

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(17 replies, posted in General)

Rorschach is a good example of why I like masked heroes. There's a level of mystery behind them, makes them sinister. I've always loved masked heroes. But then, I'm also a fan of The Punisher. I think overall, if they're mean and grisly in their execution of justice, I'm in.

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(4 replies, posted in Fans)

That's just really sad. So young, and leaving behind a family, too. Jesus.

When I'm not here or on the internet full stop, I'm either writing Star Wars, sci fi stories, drawing sci fi influences and being a soldier in the British Army. I'm on my leave at the moment so I've got more 'me' time for now. Saw James Cameron's Avatar last Friday, enjoyed it immensely.

Hi, I'm from the UK. I'm a bit of an artist, but I don't profess to be excellent or exceptional. I've been a Star Wars fan since I was fourteen, a Mandalorian fan for three-four years. I've been a member here before, but I wish to start a-new. smile