Rave Blitz

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  1. A good friend of mine created a RP forum. Come join us if you're interested. The forum is still under-going development on a few things but it's Open for people to join. Leaders are currently available to claim. Before you join, please be sure to read the Rules and the Plot. Note the title of the RPG is a placeholder, and a different title will be considered. A banner and a few tweaks are currently being developed so keep an eye out. If you have any questions, consult the Admin. Overall, come join and have fun! :D


  2. On 9/12/2016 at 2:13 PM, Venom Snake said:

    Galen is op as bucked , he would rekt doku 

    Actually if you read the Novelizations of the Force Unleashed, Galen Marek isn't as OP as you think he is. The Video Games over-exaggerate his abilities which is why everyone in the Star Wars fandom thinks he's so powerful. But, I must stress..... that Galen Marek isn't a Great Swordmaster, and he only knows how to use his powers more easily and with more effectiveness. He is not a Great Swordmaster, but he is a THREAT to Great Swordmasters. As Jensaarai pointed out in the video, Galen would be no match for a duelist as skilled as Dooku, and Dooku can combat anything that Starkiller is bringing to the table and he employs the same rudimentary tactics as Galen does, this is evident in the Star Wars comics by Dark Horse. The Jedi of the Old days were enslaved to form, and they were very predictable in thier moves and abilities. Predictability is something that Dooku has overcome and he far outclasses Galen in terms of skill and Force Powers. Yes, Galen was trained to be a Powerhouse, a Weapon in the hands of his masters, but he was trained by Vader specifically to exploit predictability and when it comes to Dooku, he is NOT predictable. However, Marek isn't entirely helpless as if Dooku made a single mistake on his part, Galen would most certainly win. 

  3. 3 minutes ago, ABronyAccount said:

    Star Trek spans 50 years of material, though I'll grant you that the in-Universe time periods covered are far shorter at just a few centuries. In some ways that actually helps, as you don't need to either 1) come up with 30,000 years of technological advancement or 2) bodge up a reason why 30,000 years of technological advancement doesn't really amount to much.

    As for the EU, I'm actually glad Disney's jettisoning most of it. Just as a lot of Trek books, games, etc. really didn't mesh well with the main series' canon, neither did the EU do all that great nor feature consistently excellent talent. Thankfully they're able to pick and choose what parts they want to keep to a certain extent.

    I'm sorry.... but once again.... Jettisoning the EU was a TERRIBLE idea, because not only do we now have multiple contradictions and unanswered questions regarding the two film trilogies, but now there are tons of storylines that are discontinued and left on Cliffhangars!

    The perfect example of an unfinished story:


  4. Hello all! I'm new to the forums and have been a Brony for over 5 or so years now. I'm happy to see EqD getting it's own forum!

    Some of you on Skype and on EqD may know me by the name of Rave Blitz (I'm looking at you Calpain ;) ). As you can tell from my avatar and Cover photo, I'm a huge fan of Star Wars and am very well versed in the Lore. On said subject however, I have a few thoughts on the Current Canon as inticated in this video here, however the video itself isn't mine, it simply mirrors my opinion:


    On the Subject of ponies however, I am proud to be a loving member of the Brony community, and hope to make many friends here.


    May the Force Be With You!

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