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SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 03:47 PM
Chris Conley is also an amateur film maker. He made a short movie called Star Wars Retribution (i'll will embed a short preview of it and include a link of movie below)...its actually somewhat entertaining lol. :thumb:

Its on youtube under his channel which is his name, Christian Conley. Its his film and he stars in it as a Darth Vader type character called Khari Vion....there is also a cameo appearance by Todd Gurley. I got a kick out of it and figured I'd share here.

http://<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Yx-LyYcBmqs" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>


I watched a couple interviews of Conley before stumbling upon this and he is a pretty sharp guy. Between Maclin, Conley, Kelce, Charles, Wilson, Avant, Thomas etc...I'm somewhat excited to see what our passing game looks like in 2015.

Here is the link to his movie on youtube (its like 30 minutes in length)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsJU5Ebka44

BWillie
05-13-2015, 03:48 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.

milkman
05-13-2015, 03:50 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.

The original is alright, but the rest is meh, or worse.

SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 03:54 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.

Star Wars is one of the best stories of all time. Every one of them is awesome. If you don't like them you are the sworn enemy of the Jedi Knight. :#

keg in kc
05-13-2015, 03:56 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.The Troll is strong with this one.

Superturtle
05-13-2015, 03:58 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.
May the AIDS be with you.

saphojunkie
05-13-2015, 04:11 PM
May the AIDS be with you.

The most perfect CP comment ever.

KCrockaholic
05-13-2015, 04:13 PM
His movie he made is actually pretty entertaining. I don't like Star Wars though. Or any sci-fi films.

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Chiefspants
05-13-2015, 04:16 PM
HOLY ****. I just realized that I've been following this man for the last year (since his release of Retribution went viral on reddit). I hadn't put together that this was who the Chiefs ended up drafting.

He's an outstanding individual in every sense of the word, my support for this guy just went up 100x.

Fish
05-13-2015, 04:30 PM
Damn, that movie was awful.

He's a bust....

Hog's Gone Fishin
05-13-2015, 04:38 PM
He's now my favorite NFL player of all time EVER / Claythan

KCrockaholic
05-13-2015, 04:47 PM
HOLY ****. I just realized that I've been following this man for the last year (since his release of Retribution went viral on reddit). I hadn't put together that this was who the Chiefs ended up drafting.

He's an outstanding individual in every sense of the word, my support for this guy just went up 100x.

Lol

SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 04:47 PM
HOLY ****. I just realized that I've been following this man for the last year (since his release of Retribution went viral on reddit). I hadn't put together that this was who the Chiefs ended up drafting.

He's an outstanding individual in every sense of the word, my support for this guy just went up 100x.

Ya, apparently its had over a half a million views. This guy is definitely a winner...a leader. Well spoken. I really like this draft pick. This is an interview of Conley from last fall. Hearing him speak here, its abundantly clear that he is a leader. I'm excited to see what he can do.

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Hammock Parties
05-13-2015, 04:48 PM
I felt a great disturbance in the force, as if millions of checkdowns dinked out in terror and were suddenly silenced...

RealSNR
05-13-2015, 04:52 PM
Is all you post just random shit that 90% of Chiefs fans knew the first day it was reported?

This is Chiefs Planet, not kcchiefs.com

The Franchise
05-13-2015, 04:54 PM
I bet he can jump up on some pretty high boxes.

RealSNR
05-13-2015, 04:54 PM
Empire Strikes Back is so good I'd fuck it.

A New Hope is pretty good.

Return of the Jedi is decidedly meh. You can tell this the movie where Lucas had more power to write in all the worthless and annoying alien race creatures he wanted to.

And the prequels don't exist.

SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 05:03 PM
I bet he can jump up on some pretty high boxes.

45 inch vertical :p

Superturtle
05-13-2015, 05:04 PM
I liked Jar Jar Binks. Come at me, scrublords.

SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 05:05 PM
Is all you post just random shit that 90% of Chiefs fans knew the first day it was reported?

This is Chiefs Planet, not kcchiefs.com

u kiddin me? with all the crap thats out here u should be thanking me SNR

RealSNR
05-13-2015, 05:08 PM
Did you guys know that Andy Reid is really fat? /SeeingRed

SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 05:12 PM
Did you guys know that Andy Reid is really fat? /SeeingRed

listen here squirrely man...:cuss::cuss::cuss:

srvy
05-13-2015, 05:18 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.

Kids!

I agree never got into star wars. Seen the very first with group my HS buds. I would have walked out excerpt for I didnt drive. Hope the kid focuses on football and not film making.

srvy
05-13-2015, 05:25 PM
Raiders of the Lost Ark was 100 times better than Star Wars.

Hell Spaceballs was better than SW.

SeeingRed
05-13-2015, 05:38 PM
Raiders of the Lost Ark was 100 times better than Star Wars.

Hell Spaceballs was better than SW.

no wonder i don't like anybody here :huh: :doh!:

RealSNR
05-13-2015, 05:43 PM
Kids!

I agree never got into star wars. Seen the very first with group my HS buds. I would have walked out excerpt for I didnt drive. Hope the kid focuses on football and not film making.

You were probably just upset that the movie theater got rid of those awful Necco wafers because nobody bought them anymore.

Back in 1977.

Hammock Parties
05-13-2015, 05:46 PM
Raiders of the Lost Ark was 100 times better than Star Wars.

Hell Spaceballs was better than SW.

George Lucas created Raiders and Star Wars.

You're not very bright.

srvy
05-13-2015, 05:50 PM
You were probably just upset that the movie theater got rid of those awful Necco wafers because nobody bought them anymore.

Back in 1977.

Milk Duds at the theater.

srvy
05-13-2015, 05:52 PM
George Lucas created Raiders and Star Wars.

You're not very bright.

Yeah and so! He got it right with ROTLA. Star Wars is for nerdy basement dwellers.

Hammock Parties
05-13-2015, 06:05 PM
Yeah and so! He got it right with ROTLA. Star Wars is for nerdy basement dwellers.

Star Wars is the most successful IP of all time.

OF ALL TIME.

When Disney pays 4 billion fucking dollars for something, it's for more than nerdy basement dwellers.

srvy
05-13-2015, 06:18 PM
Star Wars is the most successful IP of all time.

OF ALL TIME.

When Disney pays 4 billion fucking dollars for something, it's for more than nerdy basement dwellers.

Disney has ran out of Idea's and Walt is squirming in his grave.

Hammock Parties
05-13-2015, 06:21 PM
Disney has ran out of Idea's and Walt is squirming in his grave.

That's why their stock continues to soar.

Deberg_1990
05-13-2015, 06:35 PM
Impressive. At least when he busts, he will have a career to fall back on.

staylor26
05-13-2015, 06:41 PM
Impressive. At least when he busts, he will have a career to fall back on.

Yea he's going to bust like all of Dorsey's 3rd round picks :rolleyes:

RealSNR
05-13-2015, 07:36 PM
Yeah and so! He got it right with ROTLA. Star Wars is for nerdy basement dwellers.

Your taste in movies is as shitty as your taste in candy

Shaid
05-13-2015, 08:24 PM
Star Wars is awesome. When I broke my arm as a teenager and had to spend my summer watching a mini golf course, I read probably 15 different Star Wars books, great franchise and lots of cool storylines. If you don't like it, I don't really give a shit and I don't see why anyone else cares either. There's a ton of fans out there so obviously you're pretty outnumbered in your opinion.

TimBone
05-13-2015, 09:38 PM
Milk Duds at the theater.
And rock candy?

DaneMcCloud
05-13-2015, 09:56 PM
Disney has ran out of Idea's and Walt is squirming in his grave.

Disney ran out of "ideas" decades ago, which is why they purchased Pixar, Marvel and LucasFilm. That said, Frozen, which was fully developed at Disney, earned more at the box office than any other animated film in movie history.

I get that you don't care for Star Wars but Disney is the best movie studio on the planet by a wide margin.

Mr. Kotter
05-13-2015, 09:56 PM
Clayton/GoChiefs/Whatever-the-hell-his latest handle is...just jazzed multiple times. A lot. A lot, a lot.

Conley's biggest fan is, now, Clayton. Do you still live in your parent's basement, or have you moved on? Sorry if I have not noticed...but THIS caught my eye, and made me think about you buddy. And I mean that, sincerely. May the force be with you...

:thumb:

Hammock Parties
05-13-2015, 09:58 PM
Clayton/GoChiefs/Whatever-the-hell-his latest handle is...just jazzed multiple times. A lot. A lot, a lot.

Conley's biggest fan is, now, Clayton. Do you still live in your parent's basement, or have you moved on? Sorry if I have not noticed...but THIS caught my eye, and made me think about you buddy. And I mean that, sincerely. May the force be with you...

:thumb:

Shut the fuck up you aging, fat, shitty schoolteacher.

Mr. Kotter
05-13-2015, 09:59 PM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.

I'll assume Clayton has responded....LMAO

Shut the **** up you aging, fat, shitty schoolteacher.

LMAOLMAOLMAO

Hey, Clay...I still love ya man. I just could NOT resist. I don't come here a lot anymore, but this one just screamed my name, and yours...heh.

I noticed you ignored my questions.....just sayin'....

-King-
05-13-2015, 10:01 PM
I've never watched a single star wars movie
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RealSNR
05-13-2015, 11:55 PM
I've never watched a single star wars movie
Posted via Mobile Device

What's it like being Amish?

DaneMcCloud
05-14-2015, 12:26 AM
I've never watched a single star wars movie
Posted via Mobile Device

No offense but this is hardly surprising

TimBone
05-14-2015, 12:30 AM
I've never watched a single star wars movie
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Me neither. We stand united.

DaneMcCloud
05-14-2015, 12:49 AM
Me neither. We stand united.

This is probably a good thing considering your profession. :D

But I can't image a world without Star Wars and the people it's inspired.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:57 AM
But I can't image a world without Star Wars and the people it's inspired.

I love you too, buddy.

DaneMcCloud
05-14-2015, 01:08 AM
I love you too, buddy.


Absolutely.

There's very little wonderment left...

007
05-14-2015, 02:18 AM
What a loser. Star Wars is about the worst movie franchise ever made, and I like science fiction. It's so bad. No clue how people are in love with it so much.

The original is alright, but the rest is meh, or worse.

I am disappoint.

GTFO:shake:

007
05-14-2015, 02:29 AM
BTW, when is Clay going to make his first Star Wars or Indy fan film. LMAO

-King-
05-14-2015, 02:31 AM
No offense but this is hardly surprising

None taken. The movies came out before I was born and for the most part I have no interest in them even though I'm a big SciFi fan.
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Hoover
05-14-2015, 06:50 AM
Can't wait to see his little training camp videos with guys like Poe and Kelse.

Sweet Daddy Hate
05-14-2015, 07:18 AM
HOLY ****. I just realized that I've been following this man for the last year (since his release of Retribution went viral on reddit). I hadn't put together that this was who the Chiefs ended up drafting.

He's an outstanding individual in every sense of the word, my support for this guy just went up 100x.

He's now my favorite NFL player of all time EVER / Claythan

ROFLLMAO

I must buy his jersey yesterday!

srvy
05-14-2015, 07:27 AM
This is probably a good thing considering your profession. :D

But I can't image a world without Star Wars and the people it's inspired.



It inspired dopey nerds to dress in plastic suits and carry flashlights in the daytime.

Donger
05-14-2015, 07:57 AM
But I can't image a world without Star Wars and the people it's inspired.

Inspired to do what? I suppose it's likely that some joined NASA or became engineers because of the movie.

InChiefsHell
05-14-2015, 08:31 AM
It inspired dopey nerds to dress in plastic suits and carry flashlights in the daytime.

They're not flashlights!! They ARE lightsabers!!

InChiefsHell
05-14-2015, 08:32 AM
Inspired to do what? I suppose it's likely that some joined NASA or became engineers because of the movie.

Or to make movies themselves.

Other than that, I got nothin'. I just loved them, was fortunate enough to be around for all of them as a kid. It's not just a movie to me, it's a part of my life.

srvy
05-14-2015, 08:41 AM
Star Wars Mom's basement Nerds

http://www.fightthemaker.com/index_files/nerd-king.jpg
http://awesomenator.com/content/2011/03/star-wars-nerds.jpg
http://cantspeakenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/interesting_nifty_funny_amazing_1219084878937200907241531474207.jpg

Case closed thread closed hopefully

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 09:36 AM
Inspired to do what? I suppose it's likely that some joined NASA or became engineers because of the movie.

It basically built the modern cinema industry as we know it.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 09:38 AM
BTW, when is Clay going to make his first Star Wars or Indy fan film. LMAO

Not my thing, bub.

RealSNR
05-14-2015, 10:22 AM
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Donger
05-14-2015, 10:28 AM
It basically built the modern cinema industry as we know it.

I think you are referring to The Matrix. Every damn movie now has the slow-motion, jumping around fight scenes.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 10:31 AM
I think you are referring to The Matrix. Every damn movie now has the slow-motion, jumping around fight scenes.

The Matrix...another movie that exists because of Star Wars.

Donger
05-14-2015, 10:38 AM
The Matrix...another movie that exists because of Star Wars.

Undoubtedly true. Science fiction didn't exist before Star Wars.

RealSNR
05-14-2015, 10:42 AM
I think you are referring to The Matrix. Every damn movie now has the slow-motion, jumping around fight scenes.

It's called "bullet time," you uneducated fuck!

stevieray
05-14-2015, 10:43 AM
Undoubtedly true. Science fiction didn't exist before Star Wars.
A Trip to the Moon?
Metropolis?
Flash Gordon?

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 10:44 AM
Undoubtedly true. Science fiction didn't exist before Star Wars.

It did, but it was some fucking boring shit. I mean, have you seen Forbidden Planet? 2001? Yawn.

Star Wars made science fiction fun. In fact, it made movies as a whole a LOT more fun.

A whole shit ton of movies got made because of the success of Star Wars.

To put this into an analogy you'll understand...imagine a world without oil. Then some guy comes along and strikes black gold. And suddenly EVERYTHING IS AMAZING.

Star Wars is cinematic oil boom.

Don't even get me started on fracking.

Donger
05-14-2015, 10:46 AM
It's called "bullet time," you uneducated ****!

Oh. I thought it was "Hammer time." Thanks for the insight.

Donger
05-14-2015, 10:47 AM
A whole shit ton of movies got made because of the success of Star Wars.


I understand that is your opinion, yes. And without a doubt, a completely unbiased opinion.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 10:52 AM
I understand that is your opinion, yes. And without a doubt, a completely unbiased opinion.

Dane and I agree on this. And we argue every day. You should probably take it as gospel.

FYI, you're a huge Star Trek fan.

There's a reason a whole crap ton of Star Trek movies got made after Star Wars.

You should read this (http://www.amazon.com/Star-Movie-Memories-William-Shatner/dp/0060176172) book. Executives at Paramount were basically freaking out over the success of Star Wars. And they used the same special effects company for Star Trek II, III, IV and VI.

Donger
05-14-2015, 10:55 AM
Dane and I agree on this. And we argue every day. You should probably take it as gospel.

FYI, you're a huge Star Trek fan.

There's a reason a whole crap ton of Star Trek movies got made after Star Wars.

You should read this (http://www.amazon.com/Star-Movie-Memories-William-Shatner/dp/0060176172) book. Executives at Paramount were basically freaking out over the success of Star Wars. And they used the same special effects company for Star Trek II, III, IV and VI.

Ah, so you are actually saying that, "It basically built the modern science fiction cinema industry as we know it."

Yes, I'd agree with that mostly.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:00 AM
Ah, so you are actually saying that, "It basically built the modern science fiction cinema industry as we know it."

Yes, I'd agree with that mostly.

Not just science fiction.

Almost any action-adventure film, or anything with computer-generated effects.

PIXAR exists because of Star Wars.

TimBone
05-14-2015, 11:04 AM
BTW, when is Clay going to make his first Star Wars or Indy fan film. LMAO

Not my thing, bub.
Yeah, at this point we have to concede that Chris Conley is a better Star Wars fan than you, Clay.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:05 AM
Not just science fiction.

Almost any action-adventure film, or anything with computer-generated effects.

PIXAR exists because of Star Wars.

I though Star Wars: Episode IV (or whatever its name is) had virtually zero CGI?

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:19 AM
I though Star Wars: Episode IV (or whatever its name is) had virtually zero CGI?

Yes, but the film still revolutionized the special effects industry. The company that did the effects for Star Wars (Industrial Light and Magic) also started the CGI revolution.

http://www.imdb.com/company/co0072491/

And you can thank them for TNG, too.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:20 AM
Yes, but the film still revolutionized the special effects industry. The company that did the effects for Star Wars (Industrial Light and Magic) also started the CGI revolution.

http://www.imdb.com/company/co0072491/

And you can thank them for TNG, too.

I see. So, let's revise your atrociously bad statement to the following: ""ILM basically built the modern science fiction cinema industry as we know it."

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:24 AM
I see. So, let's revise your atrociously bad statement to the following: ""ILM basically built the modern science fiction cinema industry as we know it."

No. Because ILM got started because of Star Wars. And there are tons of films on that list that aren't science fiction.

Merchandising rights were also a thing that didn't really exist before Star Wars, either.

Additionally, guys like Peter Jackson and James Cameron have cited Star Wars as heavy influence on their careers.

And as I've already said...PIXAR...created by George Lucas. You do know what PIXAR is, right honey?

DaneMcCloud
05-14-2015, 11:26 AM
Inspired to do what? I suppose it's likely that some joined NASA or became engineers because of the movie.

Are you trolling or is this a serious question?

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:27 AM
No. Because ILM got started because of Star Wars. And there are tons of films on that list that aren't science fiction.

Merchandising rights were also a thing that didn't really exist before Star Wars, either.

Additionally, guys like Peter Jackson and James Cameron have cited Star Wars as heavy influence on their careers.

And as I've already said...PIXAR...created by George Lucas. You do know what PIXAR is, right honey?

Oh don't get me wrong. Star Wars certainly has had some influence on cinema, particularly children's movies and films with horrible acting and scripts. They do look pretty though, kitten.

I just don't agree that it's as significant as you want it to be. That's all. There were other films before Star Wars. Lots of them, actually.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:29 AM
Are you trolling or is this a serious question?

Yes.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:29 AM
Oh don't get me wrong. Star Wars certainly has had some influence on cinema, particularly children's movies and films with horrible acting and scripts. They do look pretty though, kitten.


So the Star Trek films all suck? TNG sucks?

List of your favorite films post 1977, please. Let's fucking hash this out, limey.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:31 AM
So the Star Trek films all suck? TNG sucks?

List of your favorite films post 1977, please. Let's ****ing hash this out, limey.

No, thankfully most of them were quite well done, despite their apparent direct lineage.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:33 AM
No, thankfully most of them were quite well done, despite their apparent direct lineage.

You're welcome.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:37 AM
You're welcome.

For what? It's normal for things to progress.

Let me put it this way, if you just listened to Star Wars: Episode IV and didn't watch it, what would you think?

srvy
05-14-2015, 11:38 AM
Yeah, at this point we have to concede that Chris Conley is a better Star Wars fan than you, Clay.

Hope he is a better receiver.

I hear Clay receives from R2D2 and gives it to C3po but lusts for a wookie.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:42 AM
Let me put it this way, if you just listened to Star Wars: Episode IV and didn't watch it, what would you think?

Star Wars was nominated for Academy Awards for:

best sound
best music

And it WON THE ACADEMY AWARD FOR BEST SOUND EFFECTS

It WON A GOLDEN GLOBE FOR BEST SCORE.

Suck it, Donger.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:43 AM
Skywalker Sound was created from Star Wars.

It has subsequently been involved in 765 motion pictures.

http://www.imdb.com/company/co0072003/

Submit.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:46 AM
Star Wars was nominated for Academy Awards for:

best sound
best music

And it WON THE ACADEMY AWARD FOR BEST SOUND EFFECTS

It WON A GOLDEN GLOBE FOR BEST SCORE.

Suck it, Donger.

Sorry, not the score. It was brilliant. The script and acting? Yeah, not so much.

Chiefs=Good
05-14-2015, 11:46 AM
Skywalker Sound was created from Star Wars.

It has subsequently been involved in 765 motion pictures.

http://www.imdb.com/company/co0072003/

Submit.

http://i.imgur.com/eTXqdS3.gif

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:48 AM
"if you just listened to star wars"

http://www.amazon.com/The-Complete-Star-Wars-Trilogy/dp/1565111656

I'm sure it got broadcast on NPR because it sucked, Donger.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:49 AM
Sorry, not the score. It was brilliant. The script and acting? Yeah, not so much.

Regardless, tons of fucking movies got made because of the success of Star Wars.

And not just science fiction films.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:50 AM
"if you just listened to star wars"

http://www.amazon.com/The-Complete-Star-Wars-Trilogy/dp/1565111656

I'm sure it got broadcast on NPR because it sucked, Donger.

When this series was first broadcast on National Public Radio in 1981, it generated the largest response in the network's history: 50,000 letters and phone calls in a single week, an audience of 750,000 per episode, and a subsequent 40-percent jump in NPR listenership.

This landmark production, perhaps the most ambitious radio project ever attempted, began when Star Wars creator George Lucas donated the story rights to an NPR affiliate. Writer Brian Daley adapted the film's highly visual script to the special demands and unique possibilities of radio, creating a more richly textured tale with greater emphasis on character development. Director John Madden guided a splendid cast—including Mark Hamill and Anthony Daniels, reprising their film roles as Luke Skywalker and the persnickety robot See Threepio—through an intense 10-day dialogue recording session. Then came months of painstaking work for virtuoso sound engineer Tom Voegeli, whose brilliant blending of the actors' voices, the music, and hundreds of sound effects takes this intergalactic adventure into a realm of imagination that is beyond the reach of cinema.

What does the italicized part mean? Why was there a need to change from the original?

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:51 AM
Regardless, tons of ****ing movies got made because of the success of Star Wars.

And not just science fiction films.

And tons of fucking movies would have been made without it, GoChiefs, just as tons of fucking movies were made before it.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:54 AM
And tons of fucking movies would have been made without it, GoChiefs, just as tons of fucking movies were made before it.

Yes, but not because of one singular film.

Skywalker Sound. ILM. A revolution that affected the entire industry!

Thanks to Star Wars.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 11:55 AM
What does the italicized part mean? Why was there a need to change from the original?

Because it's radio. Dumbass.

Donger
05-14-2015, 11:58 AM
Because it's radio. Dumbass.

Right. You take away the special effects and score, and Star Wars is crap. Hell, even Lucas thought it was going to be a disaster, IIRC. He underestimated the general public's propensity to be easily entertained by shiny objects.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:02 PM
Right. You take away the special effects and score, and Star Wars is crap.

The radio drama was highly successful, though. The novelizations sold like hotcakes, and there have been dozens upon dozens of other Star Wars novels and comic books.

It may be, crap, though, Donger. Maybe you're right.

But it's crap that revolutionized Hollywood.

Donger
05-14-2015, 12:07 PM
The radio drama was highly successful, though. The novelizations sold like hotcakes, and there have been dozens upon dozens of other Star Wars novels and comic books.

It may be, crap, though, Donger. Maybe you're right.

But it's crap that revolutionized Hollywood.

Lemmings will be lemmings, yes.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:10 PM
hey look no special effects, no score, star wars is still FUCKING AWESOME

http://i.imgur.com/HMBVelO.jpg

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:11 PM
What's this? High demand for Star Wars without special effects and score? ZOUNDS!


Dawn of the Jedi[edit]
Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi: Eruption by Tim Lebbon (A) (included at the end of Into the Void.)
Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void (2013), by Tim Lebbon (A)
Lost Tribe of the Sith[edit]
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Precipice (2009), by John Jackson Miller (5000 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Skyborn (2009), by John Jackson Miller (5000 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Paragon (2010), by John Jackson Miller (4985 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Savior (2010), by John Jackson Miller (4975 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Purgatory (2010), by John Jackson Miller (3960 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Sentinel (2011), by John Jackson Miller (3960 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Pantheon (2011), by John Jackson Miller (3000 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Secrets (2012), by John Jackson Miller (3000 BBY) (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Pandemonium (2012), by John Jackson Miller (2975 BBY) (E)
Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith: The Collected Stories (2009–2012), by John Jackson Miller (E)
Lost Tribe of the Sith: Pandemonium was not released as an "e-book" nor was the Collected Stories. You can only get Pandemonium in The Collected Stories available only in paperback
The Old Republic[edit]
The Old Republic: Revan (2011), by Drew Karpyshyn (3954 BBY) (A)
The Old Republic: Deceived (2011), by Paul S. Kemp (3653 BBY) (A)
The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance (2010), by Sean Williams (Ca. 3643 BBY) (A)
The Old Republic: Annihilation (2012), by Drew Karpyshyn (3641 BBY) (A)
Red Harvest[edit]
Red Harvest (2010), by Joe Schreiber (3645 BBY) (A)
Knight Errant[edit]
Knight Errant (2011), by John Jackson Miller (1032 BBY) (A)
Darth Bane[edit]
Darth Bane: Path of Destruction (2006), by Drew Karpyshyn (1003-1000 BBY) (A)
Darth Bane: Rule of Two (2007), by Drew Karpyshyn (1000 BBY-990 BBY) (A)
Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil (2009), by Drew Karpyshyn (980 BBY) (A)
Rise of the Empire Era[edit]
This era contains stories taking place within 100 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Darth Plagueis[edit]
Star Wars: Darth Plagueis (2012), by James Luceno (67-65, 54-52, 34-32 BBY) (A)
Legacy of the Jedi[edit]
Legacy of the Jedi (2003), by Jude Watson (89.5 BBY - 21.5 BBY) (Y)
The Wrath of Darth Maul[edit]
The Wrath of Darth Maul (2012), by Ryder Windham (51 BBY - 21 BBY) (Y)
Jedi Apprentice[edit]
The Rising Force (1999), by Dave Wolverton (45 BBY) (Y)
The Dark Rival (1999), by Jude Watson (45 BBY) (Y)
The Hidden Past (1999), by Jude Watson (44 BBY) (Y)
The Mark of the Crown (1999), by Jude Watson (44 BBY) (Y)
The Defenders of the Dead (1999), by Jude Watson (44 BBY) (Y)
The Uncertain Path (2000), by Jude Watson (44 BBY) (Y)
The Captive Temple (2000), by Jude Watson (44 BBY) (Y)
The Day of Reckoning (2000), by Jude Watson (44 BBY) (Y)
The Fight for Truth (2000), by Jude Watson (43 BBY) (Y)
The Shattered Peace (2000), by Jude Watson (43 BBY) (Y)
The Deadly Hunter (2000), by Jude Watson (43 BBY) (Y)
The Evil Experiment (2001), by Jude Watson (43 BBY) (Y)
The Dangerous Rescue (2001), by Jude Watson (43 BBY) (Y)
The Ties That Bind (2001), by Jude Watson (41 BBY) (Y)
The Death of Hope (2001), by Jude Watson (41 BBY) (Y)
The Call to Vengeance (2001), by Jude Watson (41 BBY) (Y)
The Only Witness (2002), by Jude Watson (41 BBY) (Y)
The Threat Within (2002), by Jude Watson (40 BBY) (Y)
Special Edition #1: Deceptions (2001), by Jude Watson (41 BBY - 29 BBY) (Y)
Special Edition #2: The Followers (2002), by Jude Watson (40 BBY - 28 BBY) (Y)
The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi[edit]
The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (2008), by Ryder Windham (44 BBY - 9 ABY) (Y)
Secrets of the Jedi[edit]
Secrets of the Jedi (2005), by Jude Watson (40 BBY - 21.5 BBY) (Y)
The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader[edit]
The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (2007), by Ryder Windham (39 BBY - 4 ABY) (Y)
Cloak of Deception[edit]
Cloak of Deception (2001), by James Luceno (32.5 BBY) (A)
Darth Maul[edit]
Darth Maul: Saboteur (2001), by James Luceno (33 BBY) (E)
Maul Lockdown (2014), by Joe Schreiber (33 BBY) (A)
Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter (2001), by Michael Reaves (32.5 BBY) (A)
The Phantom Menace (Episode I)[edit]
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), by Terry Brooks (32 BBY) (A)
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (junior novel) (1999), by Patricia Wrede (32 BBY) (Y)
Episode 1 Journal: Queen Amidala (1999), by Jude Watson (32 BBY) (Y)
Episode 1 Journal: Anakin Skywalker (1999), by Todd Strasser (32 BBY) (Y)
Episode 1 Journal: Darth Maul (1999), by Jude Watson (32 BBY) (Y)
Rogue Planet[edit]
Rogue Planet (2000), by Greg Bear (29 BBY) (A)
Jedi Quest[edit]
Path to Truth (2001), by Jude Watson (28 BBY) (Y)
The Way of the Apprentice (2002), by Jude Watson (27 BBY) (Y) (A)
The Trail of the Jedi (2002), by Jude Watson (27 BBY) (Y) (A)
The Dangerous Games (2002), by Jude Watson (27 BBY) (Y) (A)
The Master of Disguise (2002), by Jude Watson (27 BBY) (Y) (A)
The School of Fear (2003), by Jude Watson (26 BBY) (Y)
The Shadow Trap (2003), by Jude Watson (25 BBY) (Y)
The Moment of Truth (2003), by Jude Watson (25 BBY) (Y)
The Changing of the Guard (2004), by Jude Watson (24 BBY) (Y)
The False Peace (2004), by Jude Watson (24 BBY) (Y)
The Final Showdown (2004), by Jude Watson (24 BBY) (Y)
Outbound Flight[edit]
Outbound Flight (2006), by Timothy Zahn (27 BBY) (A)
The Approaching Storm[edit]
The Approaching Storm (2002), by Alan Dean Foster (22.5 BBY) (A)
Attack of the Clones (Episode II)[edit]
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), by R.A. Salvatore (22 BBY) (A)
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (junior novelization) (2002), by Patricia Wrede (22 BBY) (Y)
Boba Fett[edit]
Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive (2003), by Terry Bisson (22 BBY) (Y)
Boba Fett: Crossfire (2003), by Terry Bisson (22 BBY) (Y)
Boba Fett: Maze of Deception (2003), by Elizabeth Hand (22 BBY) (Y)
Boba Fett: Hunted (2003), by Elizabeth Hand (22 BBY) (Y)
Boba Fett: A New Threat (2004), by Elizabeth Hand (19.5 BBY) (Y)
Boba Fett: Pursuit (2004), by Elizabeth Hand (19.5 BBY) (Y)
The Clone Wars[edit]
The Clone Wars (2008), by Karen Traviss (21 BBY) (A)
Wild Space (2008), by Karen Miller (21 BBY) (A)
No Prisoners (2009), by Karen Traviss (21 BBY) (A)
Clone Wars: Gambit[edit]
Gambit: Stealth (2010), by Karen Miller (21 BBY) (A)
Gambit: Siege (2010), by Karen Miller (21 BBY) (A)
Clone Wars: Secret Missions[edit]
Breakout Squad (2009), by Ryder Windham (21 BBY) (Y)
Curse of the Black Hole Pirates (2010), by Ryder Windham (21 BBY) (Y)
Duel at Shattered Rock (2011), by Ryder Windham (21 BBY) (Y)
Guardians of the Chiss Key (2012), by Ryder Windham (21 BBY) (Y)
Republic Commando[edit]
Star Wars Republic Commando: Hard Contact (2004), by Karen Traviss (22 BBY)
Star Wars Omega Squad: Targets (2005), by Karen Traviss (21 BBY) in Star Wars Insider 81 (Reprinted in Star Wars Republic Commando: Triple Zero)
Star Wars Republic Commando: Triple Zero (2006), by Karen Traviss (21 BBY)
Star Wars Republic Commando: Odds (2006), by Karen Traviss (21 BBY) in Star Wars Insider 87 (Reprinted in Star Wars Republic Commando: True Colors)
Star Wars Republic Commando: True Colors (2007), by Karen Traviss (21 BBY)
Star Wars Republic Commando: Order 66 (2008), by Karen Traviss (19 BBY)
Star Wars Imperial Commando: 501st (2009), by Karen Traviss (19 BBY)
Clone Wars Series[edit]
Shatterpoint (2003), by Matthew Stover (21.5 BBY) (A)
The Cestus Deception (2004), by Steven Barnes (21 BBY) (A)
The Hive (2004), by Steven Barnes (21 BBY) (E) (A)
MedStar I: Battle Surgeons (2004), by Michael Reaves & Steve Perry (20 BBY) (A)
MedStar II: Jedi Healer (2004), by Michael Reaves & Steve Perry (20 BBY) (A)
Jedi Trial (2004), by David Sherman & Dan Cragg (19.5 BBY) (A)
Yoda: Dark Rendezvous (2004), by Sean Stewart (19.5 BBY) (A)
Revenge of the Sith (Episode III)[edit]
Labyrinth of Evil (2005), by James Luceno (19 BBY) (A)
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005), by Matthew Stover (19 BBY) (A)
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (junior novelization) (2005), by Patricia Wrede (19 BBY) (Y)
Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader (2005), by James Luceno (19 BBY) (A)
Star Wars: Kenobi[edit]
Star Wars: Kenobi (2013), by John Jackson Miller (19 BBY)
Coruscant Nights[edit]
Jedi Twilight (2008), by Michael Reaves (19 BBY)
Street of Shadows (2008), by Michael Reaves (19 BBY)
Patterns of Force (2009), by Michael Reaves with Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff (uncredited) (19 BBY)
The Last Jedi (2013), by Michael Reaves & Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff (19 BBY)
The Last of the Jedi[edit]
The Desperate Mission (2005), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Dark Warning (2005), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Underworld (2005), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Death on Naboo (2006), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
A Tangled Web (2006), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Return of the Dark Side (2006), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Secret Weapon (2007), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Against The Empire (2007), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Master of Deception (2008), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
Reckoning (2008), by Jude Watson (18 BBY) (Y)
A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker[edit]
A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker (2009), by Ryder Windham (15 BBY - 4 ABY) (Y)
The Han Solo Trilogy[edit]
The Paradise Snare (1997), by A.C. Crispin (10 BBY) (A)
The Hutt Gambit (1997), by A.C. Crispin (5-4 BBY) (A)
Rebel Dawn (1998), by A.C. Crispin (3-0 BBY) (A)
The Adventures of Lando Calrissian[edit]
Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu (1983), by L. Neil Smith (4 BBY)
Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon (1983), by L. Neil Smith (4 BBY)
Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka (1983), by L. Neil Smith (3 BBY)
The Force Unleashed[edit]
The Force Unleashed (2008), by Sean Williams (3-2 BBY) (A)
The Force Unleashed II (2010), by Sean Williams (1 BBY) (A)
The Han Solo Adventures[edit]
Han Solo at Stars' End (1979), by Brian Daley (2 BBY)
Han Solo's Revenge (1979), by Brian Daley (2 BBY)
Han Solo and the Lost Legacy (1980), by Brian Daley (2 BBY)
Death Troopers[edit]
Death Troopers (2009), by Joe Schreiber (1 BBY) (A)
Dark Forces[edit]
Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire (1997), by William C. Dietz (0 ABY) (Y) (A)
Dark Forces: Rebel Agent (1998), by William C. Dietz (5 ABY) (Y) (A)
Dark Forces: Jedi Knight (1998), by William C. Dietz (5 ABY) (Y) (A)
Rebellion Era[edit]
This era contains stories taking place within five years after the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Death Star[edit]
Death Star (2007), by Michael Reaves & Steve Perry (1 BBY - 0 BBY)
Shadow Games[edit]
Shadow Games (2011), by Michael Reaves and Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff (1 BBY - 0 BBY)
A New Hope (Episode IV)[edit]
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1976), by Alan Dean Foster & George Lucas (0 BBY) (A)
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (junior novelization) (2004), by Ryder Windham (0 BBY) (Y)
Rebel Force[edit]
Rebel Force: Target (2008), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
Rebel Force: Hostage (2008), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
Rebel Force: Renegade (2009), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
Rebel Force: Firefight (2009), by Alex Wheeler (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Rebel Force: Trapped (2010), by Alex Wheeler (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Rebel Force: Uprising (2010), by Alex Wheeler (1 ABY) (Y)
Galaxy of Fear[edit]
Eaten Alive (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
City of the Dead (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Planet Plague (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
The Nightmare Machine (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Ghost of the Jedi (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Army of Terror (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
The Brain Spiders (1997), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
The Swarm (1998), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Spore (1998), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
The Doomsday Ship (1998), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Clones (1998), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
The Hunger (1998), by John Whitman (0.5 ABY) (Y)
Hand of Judgment[edit]
Allegiance (2007), by Timothy Zahn (0.5 ABY) (A)
Choices of One (2011), by Timothy Zahn (0.8 ABY) (Y)
Scoundrels[edit]
Winner Lose All--A Lando Calrissian Tale (2012), by Timothy Zahn (E)
Scoundrels (2013), by Timothy Zahn (sometime between 0-3 ABY) (A)
Star Wars Galaxies[edit]
Star Wars Galaxies: The Ruins of Dantooine (2003), by Voronica Whitney-Robinson & Haden Blackman (1 ABY) (Y)
Splinter of the Mind's Eye[edit]
Splinter of the Mind's Eye (1978), by Alan Dean Foster (2 ABY) (A)
Empire and Rebellion[edit]
Empire and Rebellion: Razor's Edge (2013), by Martha Wells (2 ABY) (A)
Empire and Rebellion: Honor Among Thieves (2014), by James S. A. Corey (2-3 ABY) (A)
The Empire Strikes Back (Episode V)[edit]
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), by Donald F. Glut (3 ABY) (A)
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (junior novelization) (2004), by Ryder Windham (3 ABY) (Y)
Shadows of the Empire[edit]
Shadows of the Empire (1996), by Steve Perry (3.5 ABY) (A)
Return of the Jedi (Episode VI)[edit]
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983), by James Kahn (4 ABY) (A)
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (junior novelization) (2004), by Ryder Windham (4 ABY) (Y)
The Bounty Hunter Wars[edit]
The Mandalorian Armor (1998), by K.W. Jeter (0-4 ABY) (A)
Slave Ship (1998), by K.W. Jeter (0-4 ABY) (A)
Hard Merchandise (1999), by K.W. Jeter (0-4 ABY) (A)
The Truce at Bakura[edit]
The Truce at Bakura (1993), by Kathy Tyers (4 ABY) (A)
New Republic Era[edit]
This era takes place from five to twenty-five years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Jedi Prince[edit]
Due to much later books colliding with this series, much of this series has had to be retconned, but is still part of the Star Wars continuity.
The Glove of Darth Vader (1992), by Paul & Hollace Davids (5 ABY) (Y)
The Lost City of the Jedi (1992), by Paul & Hollace Davids (5 ABY) (Y)
Zorba the Hutt's Revenge (1992), by Paul & Hollace Davids (5 ABY) (Y)
Mission from Mount Yoda (1993), by Paul & Hollace Davids (5 ABY) (Y)
Queen of the Empire (1993), by Paul & Hollace Davids (5 ABY) (Y)
Prophets of the Dark Side (1993), by Paul & Hollace Davids (5 ABY) (Y)
Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor[edit]
Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor (2008), by Matthew Stover (5.5 ABY) (A)
X-wing[edit]
Rogue Squadron (1996), by Michael Stackpole (6.5 ABY) (A)
Wedge's Gamble (1996), by Michael Stackpole (6.5 ABY) (A)
The Krytos Trap (1996), by Michael Stackpole (7 ABY) (A)
The Bacta War (1997), by Michael Stackpole (7 ABY) (A)
Wraith Squadron (1998), by Aaron Allston (7 ABY) (A)
Iron Fist (1998), by Aaron Allston (7.5 ABY) (A)
Solo Command (1999), by Aaron Allston (7.5 ABY) (A)
Isard's Revenge (1999), by Michael Stackpole (9 ABY) (A)
Starfighters of Adumar (1999), by Aaron Allston (12-13 ABY) (A)
Mercy Kill (2012), by Aaron Allston (13 ABY, 19 ABY, 29 ABY, c. 44 ABY) (A)
The Courtship of Princess Leia[edit]
The Courtship of Princess Leia (1994), by Dave Wolverton (8 ABY) (A)
A Forest Apart[edit]
A Forest Apart (2003), by Troy Denning (8 ABY) (E)
Tatooine Ghost[edit]
Tatooine Ghost (2003), by Troy Denning (8 ABY) (A)
The Thrawn Trilogy[edit]
Heir to the Empire (1991), by Timothy Zahn (9 ABY) (A)
Dark Force Rising (1992), by Timothy Zahn (9 ABY) (A)
The Last Command (1993), by Timothy Zahn (9 ABY) (A)
The Jedi Academy Trilogy[edit]
Jedi Search (1994), by Kevin J. Anderson (11 ABY) (A)
Dark Apprentice (1994), by Kevin J. Anderson (11 ABY) (A)
Champions of the Force (1994), by Kevin J. Anderson (11 ABY) (A)
I, Jedi[edit]
I, Jedi (1998), by Michael Stackpole (11 ABY) (A)
The Callista Trilogy[edit]
Children of the Jedi (1995), by Barbara Hambly (12-13 ABY) (A)
Darksaber (1995), by Kevin J. Anderson (12-13 ABY) (A)
Planet of Twilight (1997), by Barbara Hambly (12-13 ABY) (A)
The Crystal Star[edit]
The Crystal Star (1994), by Vonda McIntyre (14 ABY) (A)
The Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy[edit]
Before the Storm (1996), by Michael P. Kube-McDowell (16 ABY) (A)
Shield of Lies (1997), by Michael P. Kube-McDowell (16 ABY) (A)
Tyrant's Test (1998), by Michael P. Kube-McDowell (16 ABY) (A)
The New Rebellion[edit]
The New Rebellion (1996), by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (17 ABY) (A)
The Corellian Trilogy[edit]
Ambush at Corellia (1995), by Roger MacBride Allen (18 ABY) (A)
Assault at Selonia (1995), by Roger MacBride Allen (18 ABY) (A)
Showdown at Centerpoint (1995), by Roger MacBride Allen (18 ABY) (A)
The Hand of Thrawn[edit]
Specter of the Past (1997), by Timothy Zahn (19 ABY) (A)
Vision of the Future (1998), by Timothy Zahn (19 ABY) (A)
Scourge[edit]
Scourge (2012), by Jeff Grubb (19 ABY) (A)
Survivor's Quest[edit]
Fool's Bargain (2004), by Timothy Zahn (22 ABY) (E)
Survivor's Quest (2004), by Timothy Zahn (22 ABY) (A)
Junior Jedi Knights[edit]
The Golden Globe (1995), by Nancy Richardson (22 ABY) (Y)
Lyric's World (1996), by Nancy Richardson (22 ABY) (Y)
Promises (1996), by Nancy Richardson (22 ABY) (Y)
Anakin's Quest (1996), by Rebecca Moesta (22 ABY) (Y)
Vader's Fortress (1997), by Rebecca Moesta (22 ABY) (Y)
Kenobi's Blade (1997), by Rebecca Moesta (22 ABY) (Y)
Young Jedi Knights[edit]
Heirs of the Force (1995), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Shadow Academy (1995), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
The Lost Ones (1995), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Lightsabers (1996), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Darkest Knight (1996), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Jedi Under Siege (1996), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Shards of Alderaan (1997), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Diversity Alliance (1997), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Delusions of Grandeur (1997), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Jedi Bounty (1997), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
The Emperor's Plague (1997), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Return to Ord Mantell (1998), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Trouble on Cloud City (1998), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Crisis at Crystal Reef (1998), by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)'
Jedi Shadow (Omnibus - Heirs of the Force, Shadow Academy & The Lost Ones) by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Jedi Sunrise (Omnibus - Lightsabers, Darkest Knight, & Jedi Under Siege) by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
Under the Black Sun (Omnibus - Return to Ord Mantell, Trouble on Cloud City, & Crisis at Crystal Reef) by Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta (23-24 ABY) (Y)
New Jedi Order Era[edit]
This era takes place within 25 to 39 years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
A Practical Man[edit]
Boba Fett: A Practical Man (2006), by Karen Traviss (25 ABY) (E)
The New Jedi Order[edit]
Vector Prime (1999), by R.A. Salvatore (25 ABY)(A)
Dark Tide I: Onslaught (2000), by Michael Stackpole (25 ABY) (A)
Dark Tide II: Ruin (2000), by Michael Stackpole (25 ABY) (A)
Agents of Chaos I: Hero's Trial (2000), by James Luceno (25 ABY) (A)
Agents of Chaos II: Jedi Eclipse (2000), by James Luceno (25 ABY) (A)
Balance Point (2000), by Kathy Tyers (26 ABY) (A)
Recovery (2001), by Troy Denning (26 ABY) (E)
Edge of Victory I: Conquest (2001), by Greg Keyes (26 ABY) (A)
Edge of Victory II: Rebirth (2001), by Greg Keyes (27 ABY) (A)
Star by Star (2001), by Troy Denning (27 ABY) (A)
Dark Journey (2002), by Elaine Cunningham (27 ABY) (A)
Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream (2002), by Aaron Allston (27 ABY) (A)
Enemy Lines II: Rebel Stand (2002), by Aaron Allston (27 ABY)(A)
Traitor (2002), by Matthew Stover (27 ABY) (A)
Destiny's Way (2002), by Walter Jon Williams (28 ABY) (A)
Ylesia (2002), by Walter Jon Williams (28 ABY) (E)
Force Heretic I: Remnant (2003), by Sean Williams & Shane Dix (28 ABY) (A)
Force Heretic II: Refugee (2003), by Sean Williams & Shane Dix (28 ABY) (A)
Force Heretic III: Reunion (2003), by Sean Williams & Shane Dix (28 ABY) (A)
The Final Prophecy (2003), by Greg Keyes (28 ABY) (A)
The Unifying Force (2003), by James Luceno (29 ABY) (A)
The Dark Nest Trilogy[edit]
The Joiner King (2005), by Troy Denning (35 ABY) (A)
The Unseen Queen (2005), by Troy Denning (36 ABY) (A)
The Swarm War (2005), by Troy Denning (36 ABY) (A)
Legacy Era[edit]
This era takes place 40+ years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Legacy of the Force[edit]
Betrayal (2006), by Aaron Allston (40 ABY) (A)
Bloodlines (2006), by Karen Traviss (40 ABY) (A)
Tempest (2006), by Troy Denning (40 ABY) (A)
Exile (2007), by Aaron Allston (40 ABY) (A)
Sacrifice (2007), by Karen Traviss (40 ABY )(A)
Inferno (2007), by Troy Denning (40 ABY )(A)
Fury (2007), by Aaron Allston (40 ABY) (A)
Revelation (2008), by Karen Traviss (40 ABY) (A)
Invincible (2008), by Troy Denning (41 ABY) (A)
Crosscurrent[edit]
Crosscurrent (2010), by Paul S. Kemp (41 ABY) (A)
Riptide (2011), by Paul S. Kemp (41 ABY) (A)
Millennium Falcon[edit]
Millennium Falcon (2008), by James Luceno (60 BBY, 19 BBY, 10 BBY, 5 BBY, 43 ABY) (A)
Fate of the Jedi[edit]
Outcast (2009), by Aaron Allston (43.5 ABY) (A)
Omen (2009), by Christie Golden (43.5 ABY) (A)
Abyss (2009), by Troy Denning (43.5 ABY) (A)
Backlash (2010), by Aaron Allston (44 ABY) (A)
Allies (2010), by Christie Golden (44 ABY) (A)
Vortex (2010), by Troy Denning (44 ABY) (A)
Conviction (2011), by Aaron Allston (44.5 ABY) (A)
Ascension (2011), by Christie Golden (44.5 ABY) (A)
Apocalypse (2012), by Troy Denning (44.5 ABY) (A)
Crucible[edit]
Crucible (2013) by Troy Denning (45 ABY) (A)
Short story anthologies[edit]
These books contain short Star Wars stories from several notable Science fiction authors with stories that span different timelines.
Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina (1995), edited by Kevin J. Anderson (0-3 ABY) (E)
Tales of the Bounty Hunters (1996), edited by Kevin J. Anderson (3 ABY)
Tales from Jabba's Palace (1996), edited by Kevin J. Anderson (4 ABY)
Tales from the Empire (1997), edited by Peter Schweighofer (Various) (4 ABY)
Tales from the New Republic (1999), edited by Peter Schweighofer and Craig Carey (Various) (4 ABY)
Star Wars: Science Adventures (1999) were authored by Jude Watson and K.D. Burkett.

Donger
05-14-2015, 12:15 PM
<iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/AOOs8MaR1YM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:17 PM
hey man, sorry your little indie films aren't doing much at the box office

hope you can feed your family because star wars can feed THE GALAXY

Donger
05-14-2015, 12:21 PM
hey man, sorry your little indie films aren't doing much at the box office

hope you can feed your family because star wars can feed THE GALAXY

I don't know what an indie film is.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:22 PM
I don't know what an indie film is.

A film that can't afford the industry blessings of Star Wars.

Fish
05-14-2015, 12:27 PM
<iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/AOOs8MaR1YM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Do you know the funny story behind that? Hint: Lemming MURDER!!!

Even more influential was the 1958 Disney film White Wilderness, which won an Academy Award for Documentary Feature, in which staged footage was shown with lemmings jumping into certain death after faked scenes of mass migration. A Canadian Broadcasting Corporation documentary, Cruel Camera, found the lemmings used for White Wilderness were flown from Hudson Bay to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where they did not jump off the cliff, but were in fact forced off the cliff by the camera crew. Because of the limited number of lemmings at their disposal, which in any case were the wrong sub-species, the migration scenes were simulated using tight camera angles and a large, snow-covered turntable.

Donger
05-14-2015, 12:28 PM
A film that can't afford the industry blessings of Star Wars.

Oh, so good scripts and acting?

In58men
05-14-2015, 12:29 PM
Chief games are like Indie movies. They don't get prime time games because of money issues.

Donger
05-14-2015, 12:32 PM
Do you know the funny story behind that? Hint: Lemming MURDER!!!

http://www.reactiongifs.us/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/nooooooo_luke_skywalker.gif

InChiefsHell
05-14-2015, 12:41 PM
Honestly, I don't understand this "horrible scripts and acting" thing, at least about the original trilogy. I realize its all subjective, but I believe the story was well paced and made sense and was interesting to the viewer. The acting was so-so, but it wasn't horrible...the original trilogy was NOT all about special effects, thought they were a huge part.

...episodes 1,2 and 3 however...THAT was total shit.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 12:42 PM
Oh, so good scripts and acting?

Nominations and awards:

STAR WARS EPISODE IV (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076759/awards)

Nebula Award for BEST SCRIPT George Lucas
Saturn Award for BEST WRITING George Lucas
Saturn Award for BEST ACTOR Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford
Saturn Award for BEST ACTRESS Carrie Fisher
Saturn Award for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Peter Cushing
Oscar Award for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Alec Guiness
Oscar Award for BEST WRITING George Lucas
Golden Globe award for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Alec Guiness

STAR WARS EPISODE V (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080684/awards)

Saturn Award BEST ACTOR Mark Hamill
Saturn Award BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Billy Dee Williams
Saturn Award BEST WRITING Lawrence Kasdan Leigh Brackett

STAR WARS EPISODE VI (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086190/awards)

Saturn Award BEST ACTOR Mark Hamill
Saturn Award BEST ACTRESS Carrie Fisher
Saturn Award BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Billy Dee Williams
Saturn Award BEST WRITING Lawrence Kasdan

Donger
05-14-2015, 12:48 PM
I'll admit, these two surprised me:

Oscar Award for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Alec Guiness
Oscar Award for BEST WRITING George Lucas

I thought Guinness was awful. You could just tell that he hated what he was doing and that it was beneath him. And, it's Guinness, GoChiefs.

The one for Lucas must be a joke and/or a bribe.

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 01:07 PM
I thought Guinness was awful. You could just tell that he hated what he was doing and that it was beneath him.


Which is why he went on to appear in both sequels, right?

Which is why he negotiated a deal for 2% of the film's profits before signing his first contract, right?

:LOL:

Hammock Parties
05-14-2015, 01:08 PM
Looks like he's having an awful time.

https://marciokenobi.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/starwars-alec-birthday.jpg

http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l1vpasAQkr1qzlh2mo1_500.jpg

Frosty
05-14-2015, 01:10 PM
Every SeeingRed thread ever...

http://i57.tinypic.com/2hs9krr.jpg

Donger
05-14-2015, 01:11 PM
Which is why he went on to appear in both sequels, right?

Which is why he negotiated a deal for 2% of the film's profits before signing his first contract, right?

:LOL:

I believe that he's on record at being fine with the money.

Donger
05-14-2015, 01:12 PM
Looks like he's having an awful time.

https://marciokenobi.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/starwars-alec-birthday.jpg

http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l1vpasAQkr1qzlh2mo1_500.jpg

I presume that he isn't having to say his awful lines in those pictures, correct?

SeeingRed
05-14-2015, 01:22 PM
Every SeeingRed thread ever...

http://i57.tinypic.com/2hs9krr.jpg

ya whatever stick and stones baby....speaking of stones here is a pre draft Rolling Stone article on Conley.


http://www.rollingstone.com/sports/features/the-force-awakens-star-wars-superfan-chris-conley-goes-to-the-nfl-draft-20150427?page=2

MahiMike
05-14-2015, 02:07 PM
Star Wars was the 1st movie I took a chick to. Matter of fact, my 1st date ever. Guess I was bound for nerddom.

Chick was hot though...

Detoxing
05-14-2015, 02:13 PM
Star Wars was the 1st movie I took a chick to. Matter of fact, my 1st date ever. Guess I was bound for nerddom.

Chick was hot though...

Heh. That's funny. Star Wars was also the first date i ever took a girl too. However, it was Star Wars Episode 1.

srvy
05-14-2015, 05:20 PM
I presume that he isn't having to say his awful lines in those pictures, correct?

Looks like 3 basement nerds and one fine old actor trying to get one last payday for his old lady before he croaked.

InChiefsHell
05-14-2015, 09:02 PM
I presume that he isn't having to say his awful lines in those pictures, correct?

You never actually watched Star Wars did you...? It's OK, you can admit it...

Ragged Robin
05-14-2015, 09:08 PM
wait... why is the video in the OP a youtube video of someone shittily video taping a youtube video??

Pablo
05-14-2015, 09:11 PM
I've watched part of a couple Star Wars movies. They were fun I guess. I'll never watch Star trek. The twenty minutes or so I caught were enough for me.

Pablo
05-14-2015, 09:12 PM
Looks like 3 basement nerds and one fine old actor trying to get one last payday for his old lady before he croaked.
Tell us some more fun, non nerdy stories about land surveying please!

Sweet Daddy Hate
05-15-2015, 03:55 AM
Tell us some more fun, non nerdy stories about land surveying please!
Hey, HEY!~

LMAO

007
05-15-2015, 04:05 AM
Not my thing, bub.

OK Wolverine.

In58men
05-15-2015, 07:14 AM
http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap3000000490870/top-20-fantasy-rookies?campaign=Facebook_writers_fabiano


Pretty cool he made top 20