You Scored as Form II: Makashi
After Form I's proliferation as a saber combat technique, Form II or "Way of the Ysalamiri," came about as a means of lightsaber-to-lightsaber combat. It is described as being very elegant, powerful, and requiring extreme precision. The blade manipulation required for this form is very refined and requires much focus, but the results are extremely powerful. Count Dooku, from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, has mastered Form II to the highest degree, fighting with the precision built into the ancient technique.
Tyyr wrote:Pretty much anything up to the Black Fleet Crisis is solid. KJA minimalizes things but most of it is all pretty decent. Once the Vong thing starts I checked out. I haven't read anything clone wars related.
Jim wrote:I read a lot of Star Woars books, ball park about 50. However, then I started to read Vector Prime. It knocked me right out of the Star Wars Universe. I only got about 3/4 through it and have not read a SINGLE page of Star Wars books since. The Vong moved in and I got the heck out of Dodge! I switched to other series; Legion of the Damned, Halo, etc. But I really was not as into books anymore. The Vong not only knocled me out of Star Wars books, but basically out of books period.
Tyyr wrote:The original trilogy and the EU were one long bit of character development changing Han from the free wheeling smuggler of ANH to a respectable family man and leader. Then suddenly all that is thrown out to have him go all emo.
They dropped a moon on Chewie to "shake things up," but the reality is that Chewie had been stagnant for two decades so knocking him out of the universe was easy as opposed to offing someone like Luke, Leia, or Han.
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