I'd say Greedo's death. It cracks me up everytime. Nothing like seeing a moron die
Re: what is your favorite death scene on the star wars series (108 replies, posted in Film and Television)
Listen to Chrys, she is a wise woman
Woot for Boba Dude!
Surely things are not that bad???
I'll believe you Can't say I've ever heard of it, but it sounds better than being an enemy of the TMNT
**I think Italics weren't working because you did the wrong kind of slash ( \ instead of / )**
The Billowed Reid came out of hyperspace just where the co-ordinates of the remote should be and there before her lay an image of the Promised Jewel. Lula smiled as she watched a fellow hunter's ship fire at the ghost ship. She almost laughed as she saw the bolts pass harmless through and almost hit a ship on the other side.
Lula wasn't particularly worried about the hologram, she just wanted to pin-point the signal that was being sent to the remote to keep it operating. She tapped a few keys to get the most powerful of scans activated from her ship. The reading was surprising. It appeared to be coming from a tiny planetoid registered as PT44086. Obviously the planetoid was nothing of interest since it hadn't been given an official name.
Lula decided to let the other ships play with the image of the Promised Jewel while she checked out PT44086.
Yeah Spaceballs was good, I liked the sticker on the ship at the begining "We brake for no-one"
I had a Tie between Bebop (wasn't he an enemy of the Teenage Mutuant Ninja Turtles?) and Millennium Falcon - 81% each.
You're drawings are amazing. I love the one of Boba, it's so perfect! The only suggestion I have is for the female Mandalorian, she needs curvier hips (unless she's an adolescent). But be assured you've got a fabulous talent.
It is pretty cool
Yeah it's amazing when you leave school how all the popular kids that ignored you suddenly want to be your friend. They tend to be the people who can't cope with real life.
Re: what is your favorite level on the bounty hunter game (26 replies, posted in General)
I liked the later levels when you've got the jet pack.
Lula took her time getting to her ship, the Billowed Reid. As she climbed aboard she went through the data she had collected over many years. She observed the logs of sightings and one thing became clear, despite all the years the Promised Jewel had floated through space it had not been plagued by rust or other ailments old ships suffered. Lula sat back and flipped her face plate open. "It's a hologram." She muttered to herself.
Tapping her lip with her finger, Lula started to think it through. Perhaps Talk Ettin had wanted to disappear so badly that he actually crashed his ship and set up a fake hologram so people would think it was still out there. Lula wondered if that were possible. It took her only a moment to realise that the hologram projector could be a remote or small ship. The former seemed more likely.
Lula decided to scan for remotes in the area, then perhaps she'd find where the true Promised Jewel hid.
((Sorry SciFi, I don't have your email!))
Not married yet. Not until the 6th May. Amazing hey
My fiancee is an enjoys doing a bit of astronomy for fun. He frequents the following website: www.iceinspace.com.au (it is an Australian site).
Depends, if Jango had those crappy pistols Kast might get the better of him. But in a hand-to-hand battle I think Jango would win.
**That's cool **
Lula waited for the Hutt to address them all but it seemed the fat slug was more intent on eating his greasy snacks. She was just about to scream when he spoke. "Well bounty hunters, I see many of you are interested in this latest offer of mine. I'm sure all of you have heard of the Promised Jewel. The ship holds many a mystery but I'm not interested in that. I want you to capture if for me and either bring it back here to Tatooine or contact me directly. Fortuna will supply you with direction comlinks. Now go and claim me my prize."
Fett cleared his throat. "You lacked to inform us of the payment sum."
Jabba waved a hand and acted vague. "Must have slipped my mind. It'll be for one million credits."
Almost all of the hunters gasped at the price. Boba Fett remained as stagnant as ever. Lula had known the price all along. She planned to wait until only the stragglers were left. She had a fair idea where the Promised Jewel was. She leant against a wall to wait.
You can get a lot more stars on this board though So don't worry too much. Love the avatar ARC
Oops sorry about that, yes the book is Dark Lord: The Rise of Vader - I didn't have it handy at the time. And I agree, there wasn't much anguish in that cry it was like "crap did I do that?"
Still it could have been done better, it was so Frankinstein. I'm amazed ol' Palpy wasn't screaming "It's alive, alive!"
Mind you the Rise of Darth Vader novel is brilliant in showing how Anakin slowly fades out of Vader. I really enjoyed that book.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Ewoks, heros in a half-pelt - Ewok power! Hehehe
Other than being a copycat, what do you think makes Jodo Kast a second rate hunter? Surely if there was no Boba Fett he may have found the niche Fett has. What do you think?
Hey did anyone think that maybe Fett was measuring up Rystall for her coffin? Perhaps he was seeing how long a coffin she'd need after being decapitated.
Well to answer the question, no I don't think Fett is evil. He's no angel but not evil, that's not his motivation, justice however is.