Darth Zannah - The Art of Deception - PrologueDarth Zannah - The Art of Deception - Prologue by ~JAM4077
The Art of Deception
(Based off of the Darth Bane Trilogy by Drew Karpyshyn.)
Large flashes of lightning cracked through the dark stormy skies of Korriban, the ancient home world of the Sith, which was soon followed by loud bangs of thunder. Darth Zannah, the Dark Lord of the Sith, stood on the stone floor the lightsaber training arena of the Sith Academy that had once belonged to the Brotherhood of Darkness. She had her unnatural yellow eyes closes, sniffing the air and moisture from the coming storm, and savoring the pain and suffering from the battle she had just fought.
Khan’s body lay on the stone floor. The Zeltron’s red skin blistered and burned thanks to the storm of Sith lightning that Zannah had unleashed upon her foe. The lightning and the thunder suddenly grew in intensity and strength. Zannah could feel the dark side of the Force come alive from deep within the planet’s core and straight through Korriban’s
Journey of the 37thTo Jango’s sons of wave and flood, come listen to my tale of blood, to you it may seem like a dream, though every line was lived. I’ll sing to you of our great campaigns, through burning hail and freezing rains, To Raxus gates and back again, I will retell to you.Journey of the 37th by *Sir-Saboteur
It was in mid of twenty-two, that General Andis took command, and brought us down to Mandallia, then let it rain and shine, he drilled us everyday we rose, to train us how to crush our foe, and often have they known the blow of the fearsome thirty-seventh.
Then in late of twenty-two, while marching in a grand review, We were told our foes we should pursue, and Balmorra overthrow, to Moorja then we flew straightway, and took our destroyers down the way until we stopped next day, to storm and raid Bespin.
At Kabal then we camped around, till brave little Winter came down, And ordered us up to Tajon, our Boys there did combine, and there we worked all night and day, blastin’ tinney hoards away, and charging thr
Paranormalities: Episode II - Ch.8 The EnforcerParanormalities: Episode II - Ch.8 The Enforcer by *GahmahRaan
One week has passed since the Battle of Kashyyyk….
At the Valkoran capital on Ockla Prime, Aiken Cremas, commonly known by his codename Arcidus, was practicing his marksmanship in his personal training grounds, firing at levitating targets with his blaster pistol. He did not miss a single shot.
As he was busy hitting his targets, a door opened behind him, revealing a slightly-hunched over humanoid figure wearing a black cloak and a cumbersome-looking mask with two blade-like fins on the edges. Arcidus impulsively turned around and shot him in his faceplate, but the figure barely reacted to the shot, only having a slight scorch mark on his mask.
“You have quite a lot of nerve to shoot at me,” the figure spoke to him.
Arcidus swiftly placed his pistol back in his holster. “You shouldn’t sneak up on me while I’m in the middle of target practice, Valkor, otherwise you wouldn’t have a blast scorch on your mask.”
“Cute, but you will eith
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 1Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 1 by ~Volts48
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Nostalgiaview Part 1
In 1977, a young rebellious filmmaker by the name of George Lucas, already recognized at the time for films like "THX 1138" and "American Graffiti" created a science fiction epic that would forever change the possibilities of special effects as well as science-fiction in general. That film was "Star Wars" and for many critics and ciniphiles alike, there's no denying it's impact left a huge influence in children and student filmmakers for years. As a film student myself, I made a student film that utilized science-fiction aspects derived from Star Wars (as well as using some soundtracks for it >> but you get my point. "Star Wars" is THE film from our childhoods. The films that were simple enough for kids to follow and root for but also complex enough for adults to connect to. When we all grew up, we understood what the adults dug out of it and so do we as we can appreciate the special effec
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 2Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 2 by ~Volts48
A long while ago, in a northwest state nobody gives two sh*ts about
THE REAL MENACE OF THE PHANTOM MENACE
It is a time of great upheaval. Movie goers and young people are in dispute over which is better, George Lucas' classic original Star Wars trilogy made from 1977-1983 or his prequels made from 1999-2005.
Hoping to resolve the matter, freelance Washington ciniphile and critic Alec attempted to review the most debated and least liked of the Star Wars saga, "Episode I The Phantom Menace."
So far, Alec's attempts to review the film have been met with him nitpicking and criticizing the film's unsubtle political agenda, lack of logical thinking and the uselessness of Jar-Jar Binks and his attempts at comedy. But Alec is taking off the gloves and finally going to finish the review, regardless of what his peers or the fans think
The next morning, our four characters who we have been stuck with for almost an hour and
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 3Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 3 by ~Volts48
Not all that long ago in the glorious Northwest state of Washington
F*CK STAR WARS, I'M DONE WITH THIS SH*T
War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing. Okay, that was a joke, but what isn't a joke is Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Alec's quest to understand why this is one of the most despised and defended of movies has left him exhausted, frustrated and perplexed how anyone could possibly defend this movie.
Thankfully, Alec's suffering is nearly at an end as he nears the movie's climax, starting with Amidala's idiotic decision to return to Naboo and Qui-Gon explaining the purpose of Midi-chloriants. Praying that by the end of this review, he can finally be free and move onto reviewing actual bad movies; like "Birdemic" or "Battlefield Earth"...
"Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace" is one of the most frustrating movies I've ever had to review!
But if you've been reading the last 12 pages
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