This is a classic video that if you haven’t seen yet, you must watch. It’s a well done recreation of the Death Star Trench Run starring Chris Hardwick and Jonah Ray from Nerdist.
Boba rockin the drums, a Royal Guardsman shredding it, Vader being a rockstar badass. Thank you universe, you are wonderful.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Here’s hoping you enjoy your holidays and these pics 🙂 Continue reading Merry Sithmas!
The difference between major and minor chords and scales boils down to a difference of one essential note – the third. The third is what gives major-sounding scales and chords their brighter, cheerier sound, and what gives minor scales and chords their darker, sadder sound.
If the Imperial March is played in a major key, then it sounds almost comical. Take a listen.
Did you know that the guy who builds the best replica lightsabers goes by the name Yoda (aka Michael Murphy)?
It’s really amazing the things he can build, a true talent that makes works of art that sell for 20K. Continue reading The Ultimate Collectors Lightsaber
My only question is how do I install this door in my house. Continue reading R2-D2 Screaming Door
You know, before YouTube was invented, you’d never see a gorgeous and talented Russian babe playing a Star Wars medley on a piano shaped like the Millennium Falcon.
Thank Heavens for YouTube. Continue reading Sonya Belousova Plays Us Some Star Wars
It’s masterfully done. Continue reading An Original Trilogy Trailer with Music by Twelve Titans
One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure. Here the guys from Tested take a look at some toys that never made it to stores.
If you are a toy collector, this is very interesting stuff.
I’ve been a Star Wars fan my whole life and when FFG released X-Wing in 2012, I jumped right in. While playing X-Wing, I made some new friends and discovered an entire community of Star Wars fans more crazy about that universe than me!
In those heady early years, FFG was knocking things out of the park when it came to Star Wars. As fans of the franchise, we never had it so good. X-Wing gave us ships that were display quality models. Imperial Assault gave us the best looking minis ever produced till then. Armada ships, although not to scale, were affordable and beautiful. Everything looked great and on top of that, all these games had solid rules too.
Then there was the Roleplaying game, and though it has it’s faults, it was well produced and had great art. We also got Rebellion, or “Star Wars in a box” with quality miniatures in a tiny scale. Every time FFG did something with Star Wars, it was exciting. The only problem was we never had enough time or money for each game!
Then at Gencon 50 they announced Star Wars Legion and everything changed for me.
This was the first time I felt dirty for my love of FFG. Now granted, they always did little dick moves by not including enough dice in a game, or making you buy multiple Core Sets to actually play, or buy blisters of factions you wouldn’t play just for the cards. Sure, they did their greedy little tricks but because their games were so good, and looked so great, I think most of us just accepted it and gave them a pass. Yet with Legion, I think the dark side is too strong with FFG and the disrespect too great to their loyal customers – but I’ll get to that in a second. First, lets look at what this game has to offer. Continue reading Aren’t you a little short for a Stormtrooper?