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A Picspam: Leia (Star Wars) vs C3PO, Brothers and Nice Men everywhere.

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Title: Females, Fashion and (Science) Fiction: Leia.
Creator: sarvs

Summary: Leia - the make-it-up-as-you-go warrior is persued by men of all different species and all different relations.

Created for Ladies Big Bang
Beta(s): trascendenza
Complementer: trascendenzaFandom:</strong> Star Wars
Rating: PG-13
Characters: Leia, various others from Star Wars (Episodes 4 to 6)
Warning(s): Sexual references.
Disclaimer: Star Wars does not belong to me.
Spoilers: Star Wars Episodes 4,5 and 6, but not very explicit spoilers (mainly out of context quotes and pictures).

Leia: Afraid, not quite excited and liking ...nice men.

This picspam of Leia Organa is part of a wider group of picspams of sci-fi women, including female characters from Battlestar Galactica, Stargate SG-1, Firefly, Star Wars and Roswell. Master post of all picspams.
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The Covenant Saga

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interception sliceware active, decrypting now...

[Error: Irreparable invalid markup ('<baby,>') in entry. Owner must fix manually. Raw contents below.]

*comm crackle*
interception sliceware active, decrypting now...

<<Baby, you there?

I'm stuck on Yavin again, Bastard Imps blew my X-Wing up again.
Any chacne you could drop off a repair kit or three for me? Maybe buy a lonely thirsty girl a drink?

Waiting for you, Boss.>>

*message ends*

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Hi, I just joined. My favorite sci fi is Star Wars and Star Trek, but I'm not a Trekkie. My favorite women are Princess Leia, Padme, Aayla Secura, and Lieutenant Uhura.
For more information on me, look at the first entry of my journal.

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Hi!, my name is Xochi, well, Xochiquetzal really, but no one calls me that. I use the Eclipse server. Any other Bothan sisters out there? I haven't come across one yet! :(

Just thought I'd say hi!

Clones and Order 66

In response to a post I saw earlier about there being a possibility of Aayla Secura surviving Order 66...

Not to get anyone's hopes up, and this is just maybe a *tiny* hint that she may have survived, but...
Since many of you had theories as to whether she lived or not, I just read in the Star Wars Insider Magazine on a very recent Borders run that someone was asking about whether the Clones could think independently or not, or if they were no better than droids.

The magazine's response was that there was a possibility that some of the clones might have disobeyed Order 66, and that would be a story to tell possibly in the future and that "we have a feeling that we may hear about it in the future." Not quite a direct quote, but they eluded to the possibility that some of the clones might NOT have obeyed Order 66, and that we might indeed hear the story later on. Whether this has anything to do with why Aayla's body was hidden behind a leaf while her clone troopers repeatedly shot her or not, or the reasons behind why there were no burn marks on her body, I don't know.

But I just thought I would share it with you all anyway, since it's pretty interesting information anyway.

[Edit] Should have done more of my homework before posting anything...I've found a couple sources online about the tv show, whether you've seen them or not, this one seems to be the most comprehensive:

And if I'm just beating a dead horse, I'm sorry!

Howard Tuttleman

Hey all!
I was just browsing some star wars communities, and guess who's starting to infiltrate them with his annoying, obsessive opinions? That's right, that Tuttleman guy...

That community confuses me on all kinds of levels, but I swear, seeing him everyone preaching that the movies are lame and detract from the novels over and over again is really, really irritating. I feel compelled to flame him, but I don't feel like it.

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Hi everyone.
I just bought the game yesterday...I'm on the Bloodfin server, my name is Aya'din Sobo, a female twi'lek.
I have no clue what I'm doing so far, just doing some of the quests for Trehla, but hopefully I'll get the hang of it soon. I'm a little bit overwhelmed, so if you're on the Bloodfin server and wanna say hi, that'd be nice :)
Rosetta pores

Alert: Guy boycotts the Star Wars films because they ruin the books

Okay, I just saw this in mad_scientist and it's cross-posted a couple places because everyone needs to see this--especially if you like Star Wars.

Alert: Guy boycotts the Star Wars films because they ruin the books
Is howardtuttleman really serious?

"Hello, I'm Howard Tuttleman. I'm from Detroit and I'm looking for like-minded people to boycott the Star-Wars movies. If I've got you, go to my web-site for more info
For the rest of you, please just read on. This will make sense in the end and I'm sure you will agree.
You are probably ready to jump down my throat, so just calm down. I am pretty mad right now too. You see, when I was younger I never happened to catch The Star Wars like so many of you did. Sure, I was aware of it quite a bit, and had heard OF it a lot. As a kid there were plenty of times when bullys would punish me whith wiffle-bats that they pretended were light-sabers, and I would always get drafted to play a Speeder-biker or an Ewok when everyone else got to be main-characters. Obviously these things left a bad taste in my mouth about the Star Wars. I started getting my parents to buy me the action-figures and vehicles, and that brought plenty of kids over to my house, and people THOUGHT I had seen it because I had quite a collection.

So when I finally saw some of the novels at the library, I gave-in and picked up the first in the series. It completely captivated me and made me realize exactly what was going on, and I didn't even HAVE to see the movie. I moved on to the next 2 books shortly after, and now reading them has become a yearly tradition for me. I was enthralled by the Socio-Political struggles and the in-depth character building so much in fact that I began to realize something. That something truly this special would be significantly weakened by condensing them into 3 ridiculously short Hollywood-style movies. The concept of these movies is just laughable to me that they would even TRY something like this. I therefore established "The Star Wars Movie Boycott Movement".

You see, when I read the novels I have very vivid pictures of what certain space-ships, monsters or planets look like, and the best part is that I can imagine whatever actors I want playing the main-characters. I obviously imagine myself as Luke because I feel that I really capture the character well (especially in the 3rd book). My best picks for the other characters is how I visualize Han-Solo as being Patrick Swayze. He has that dashing charisma that the character MUST have. I imagine Darth-Vader's voice as this guy Lance I know who is a real bully-type just like the character. Another one I have is harder to explain but I will try. I chose my dog Morris to be Chewbacca, but now he is 8 feet tall and can stand on 2 legs. If an element of the story is too hard to imagine, that is the ONLY time I will accept an out-side influence and refer to my action-figures.

Do you see what I'm doing here? I am able to personalize the story, whereas you can only imagine it how the movie tells you it is. I can now enjoy the story far more, and on so many more levels than you can. In conclusion, I know that quite a few of you have seen these movies, so I guess it's too late for you to imagine what is actually possible. The people I am trying to get through to are the innocents that whose minds are blank at the moment like mine is lucky to still be. The answer is NO. Buy the books instead, and save yourself a ton of money in the proccess, and imagine it how YOU want to. Not greedy Hollywood movie-makers."
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I'm not new to the game (i bought it the day it came out lol), but took a long hiatus and finally returned 2 months ago to a crazy new combat system and some new neatness. After taking my original character and seeing her change from a kickass rifleperson to a wimp, then respecing her to a very poor master droid engineer/carbineer, I decided to leave war to those with a little more steel in their guts and focus on the performing arts. Thus, E'rin Gromah, on Tarquinas. I originally created her as a scout way back when, but she's a fickle lass, and I've found myself having more fun as a dancer/musician/image designer than I ever did in combat. Anyway, I was also able to grind her into master of 2 of the 3 elites in a matter of a few short weeks, and now find my cosmetology skills in high demand all over the galaxy (well, at least when I advertise lol)

Anyway, since the character is technically 3 years old, she has a respec left. I'm so torn. I love being an entertainer - meeting other dancers and musicians and being social is a lot of fun, and being a master image designer means I can go from tall waify california surf girl to short squat goth girl in a matter of seconds - i never get sick of seeing my avatar on screen lol. And since macros automate the flourishes, clothing changes, effects, and "please tip me"'s, I can just sit and chat and be social (and yes, flirt lol). At the same time, though, I bet I could easily walk her through the quests it takes for force sensitivity and have a Jedi in no time. Hmmm decisions decisions... of course, I could make another entertainer. :) my dream of having a really gay wookiee hairdresser may become a reality...

Here's some screens

This is when I was grinding ID. I did it about 50/50 on myself and on others. It was probably the easiest I had to grind, especially after I got body. ID's take note - it's tempting to start with hair, but you can grind so much faster with body.

And here I am dancing, with props. I bought most of them, rather than making them myself. You can find them pretty cheap at the bazaars. I did the same with instruments for the most part, although I did make a few with some copper I bought.
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