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Fucking around pt. 1

jenari:

UNF! I cannot wait!!

this is the best thing in the world. 

i’m hoping to start a star wars EU news and discussion podcast, and i need people to do it with me, please let me know if you are interested.
This has been done with honor, without error, and by my own choosing. Niathal out.
Cha Niathal (via joelle-rose)
deadpixelskyline:

This broke me in all the right ways.

deadpixelskyline:

This broke me in all the right ways.

This is depthus… my sith pureblood inquisitor. Swtor is amazing.

This is depthus… my sith pureblood inquisitor. Swtor is amazing.


 EU Essential Characters - Borsk Fey’lya
Species: Bothan
Gender: Male
Era(s): Rebellion, New Republic, New Jedi Order
First Appearance: Heir to the Empire
Born: 35 BBY
Died: 27 ABY
Borsk Fey’lya was a male Bothan whose career spanned much of the  history of the New Republic.  A political activist from an early age,  Fey’lya’s prodigious skill at  manipulation and strategy enabled him to  emerge as a leading figure in  the Alliance to Restore the Republic  and  retain a base of political power throughout the various crises of  the  fledgling New Republic. Fey’lya’s ultimate ascension to power was   secured in 23 ABY, and he led the government as its Chief of State  during the Yuuzhan Vong’s invasion of the galaxy. In the waning days of  the New Republic, as the aliens conquered  Coruscant around him, Fey’lya  committed suicide in his offices, taking  over twenty five thousand  Yuuzhan Vong warriors with him to his death  and securing his place in  history as a Bothan martyr.
Throughout his time in the political theatre of the New Republic,   Fey’lya won and lost many allies, as was his wont during his constant,   ever-ambitious quest for power. His rivalry with the reputable Admiral  Ackbar, dislike of the New Jedi Order  and anti-Human sentiment led many  to possess an unfavorable opinion of  the Bothan, though Fey’lya’s  obsession in his pursuit of power was  mirrored in his belief that his  actions should enable the best for the  most. His fear of the usurpation  of his power was reflected in his  antagonistic attitude to the armed  forces, whom he perceived as a  contender to politics, and, having  failed to assume control of the New Republic military during the Thrawn  campaign,  the Bothan would consistently undermine its reputation, most  notably  during the early days of the Yuuzhan Vong War when it served  his  interests to refuse the existence of the alien threat.

EU Essential Characters - Borsk Fey’lya

Species: Bothan

Gender: Male

Era(s): Rebellion, New Republic, New Jedi Order

First Appearance: Heir to the Empire

Born: 35 BBY

Died: 27 ABY

Borsk Fey’lya was a male Bothan whose career spanned much of the history of the New Republic. A political activist from an early age, Fey’lya’s prodigious skill at manipulation and strategy enabled him to emerge as a leading figure in the Alliance to Restore the Republic and retain a base of political power throughout the various crises of the fledgling New Republic. Fey’lya’s ultimate ascension to power was secured in 23 ABY, and he led the government as its Chief of State during the Yuuzhan Vong’s invasion of the galaxy. In the waning days of the New Republic, as the aliens conquered Coruscant around him, Fey’lya committed suicide in his offices, taking over twenty five thousand Yuuzhan Vong warriors with him to his death and securing his place in history as a Bothan martyr.

Throughout his time in the political theatre of the New Republic, Fey’lya won and lost many allies, as was his wont during his constant, ever-ambitious quest for power. His rivalry with the reputable Admiral Ackbar, dislike of the New Jedi Order and anti-Human sentiment led many to possess an unfavorable opinion of the Bothan, though Fey’lya’s obsession in his pursuit of power was mirrored in his belief that his actions should enable the best for the most. His fear of the usurpation of his power was reflected in his antagonistic attitude to the armed forces, whom he perceived as a contender to politics, and, having failed to assume control of the New Republic military during the Thrawn campaign, the Bothan would consistently undermine its reputation, most notably during the early days of the Yuuzhan Vong War when it served his interests to refuse the existence of the alien threat.