Re: Easter Egg in New SW Novel "Death Star" (No Major Spoilers)
On Nov 2, 11:40 pm, Todd <twrexxnos...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In SW novels, I always cringe when I read phrases that would only be
known to us here on Earth.
Yeah, I hate that as well.
I'm reading Labrynth of Evil (yeah, I know, nout a year or two late,
but hey...) and the author has some jedi utter "back in the day". I
don't recall exactly who said it, fairly early in the novel tho. It is
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- Re: Mallard Fillmore 12-3-2005
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- Re: Easter Egg in New SW Novel "Death Star" (No Major Spoilers)
... Yeah, ... I'm reading Labrynth of Evil (yeah, I know, nout a year or two late, ... I know they can't avoid using Earth terms or else it would ... internal features of the battle station (tons of cantinas and a gift ...
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... Yeah, that is evil. ... less ambiguous term. ... Such as "in league with Voldemort" and "in ...