I was first introduced to Star Wars in the beginning of 2006 when the OT aired on local TV. I was hooked right away, and after watching all the movies I sought after more, and so discovered the EU.
The KotOR games and era were, in fact, my first contact with the EU. I still think, after reading many books and comics, that the story of the KotOR games and their background is the most exciting and entertaining in the whole SW universe. While the films and books mostly focus on the Skywalkers and how they fit into the universe with their special destiny and the almost-becoming-extinct Jedi tradition, the KotOR games give a universal point of view. The characters in KotOR are more complex and enigmatic. We don't know why Revan actually turned to the Dark Side - did he fall? Or did he deliberately turned, to save the galaxy from a greater threat? And if so, did he succeed? And what's the Exile's part in restoring the Jedi Order, or in aiding Revan? Who are Sion and Nihilus? How were they and Kreia involved in the Mandalorian Wars? As we delve deeper into the story, more question come up. I would enjoy discussing with anybody in my talk page about it, and about other things, too.
Mostly small fixes of grammar/punctuation, but sometimes I'm looking for Red-links in works I read and makes an effort to write a suitable entry. I particulary enjoy quotes, be them funny, bizarre, or monumental.
Komad Fortuna [[User:Nanook15/InProcess]]
The thoughts of a Mindless PhilosopherEdit
The Balance of the ForceEdit
I've noticed that many people believe that the balance of the force is a mix of the light and the dark, unlike George Lucas who claims that the balance is 100% light. I do not always agree with Lucas's ideas and concepts, though on this issue, I find his statement completely plausible and reasonable. Imagine that the SW galaxy is a rounded, curved object such as a plate. The plate is balanced on a single, thin stick - like plate spinners do. When the stick is in the exact position in which the plate is static, this is the balance - the "light". Of course, finding this point is extremely difficult. All other positions will require the one holding the stick to move it around so the plate won't fall and break - it's like a single light point surrounded by darkness. Every movement changes the position of the plate- one movement could spin one side of the plate down, and the other side up. I find this image more logical than the "balance of light and dark" - the dark side is unavoidable, destroying it is impossible, and yet it's the common wish of all.
- Favorite Male character: Revan
- Favorite Female character: Kreia
- Most annoying character: Luke Skywalker (Especially after LotF)
- Favorite Film: Empire Strikes Back
- Favorite On-Going Comic: KotOR! Dark Times, though, is truly underrated, and should get more attention than it does.
- Sith: Members of the Sith-Triumvirate, and Sidious, before Dark Empire which ruins everything.
- Opinion on LotF: Sad. It shouldn't have happened. I don't care he's a punk.