I don't know. Probably put ehm out there for whoever wants them. Two figures for 10 bucks is a good deal, so I'm not too torn up about not making use of all the parts. Not sure home many Legacy figures I'll buy, but maybe I'l build a Franken-PO. We're you thinking I should keep you in mind if I don't want those parts, JediPurge?
I got the Plo Koon set last night. I never got a Plo Koon fig on a single card before, so I'm pretty excited about that and the droid looks pretty slick. The packaging shows the droid having a lighter green paint job which looks a little cooler to me, but oh well. I think I'm only also going to get Watto and Kit. I'm not as into the Protocol droids and the Pilot Luke and R2 don't do anything for me. None of these sets seemed to be in greater numbers at the WM I went to. The only thing was that between the display they were in and the height of the shelves, you basically only could take the ones in the front row, otherwise you had to slide the display out part way. This makes the ones further back harder to see, so this might be part of why some of the sets seem less common on the shelf. I know once I slide one out I saw where all the Kit sets were, since I didn't see any in the front row of the display.
Lumpawarrump Malla Ronderu Lij Kummmar Tyvokka Jaster Mereel Montross Super Articulated Republic Commando Kal Skirata (w/ a Verpine Shattergun) Walon Vau (w/ Mirdika) Darth Plageous (And maybe a book about him too?)
Has anyone else tried to read the Silmarillion (sp?). I don't often have getting through a book, but man that was a tough one. I couldn't even keep straight who was who, Tolkien kept changing the names it seemed. LOTR was a better read for me.
I haven't read any of the HP books either. But today I'm picking up Shield of Lies from the library, its the second book in the Black Fleet Crisis trilogy. They had to order it from another library because their copy is "Lost". This library is one of the few in the area, that I can think of, that doesn't make you walk through the book detector, so someone probably walked out with it. But really? An obscure Star Wars book? Couldn't you have stolen something a little bit cooler? Anyway, liked the first one in the series so I'm looking forward to this one. I'm really hoping everything turns out of for Leia, Luke and friends, always seem to be getting in trouble...
In 5 of the 6 we see a small ship docked with a larger ship.
Ep1. The Republic Cruiser docks in the Trade Federation ship Ep2. None Ep3. Obi-Wan takes off from a Republic Cruiser Ep4. The MF is made to land in the Death Star Ep5. The MF is docked to the Nebulon B frigate at the end Ep6. The Imp Shuttle lands in the Death Star II
I don't know if this is only me, but I can't stand ABC and ESPN broadcasts of auto races. They have the track volume up way to high and you can't even hear what they heck the announcers are saying. If I didn't want to hear the announcers, I would turn the sound down myself. If you watch Speed or Fox's broadcast of F1 you actually hear the cars, but still hear what the announcers have to say, because they actually have intelligent things to say about the race. I guess my point is that I much prefer the early part of the NASCAR season when the races on still on Fox.
5 of the 6 movies show a native, intelligent, non-human species on their home planet
Ep1. Jawas, Sandpeople and Gungans. Ep2. Jawas, Sandpeople, Kaminoans (sp?) and Geonosians. Ep3. The Uta, the Pau, Mustafarians, Wookiees and Polis Massians. Ep4. Jawas and Sandpeople Ep5. None (no native sentinent life on Bespin or Hoth) Ep6. Jawas and Ewoks.