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NEWS: Need something to do while social distancing or in self-isolation? Join the Cheddar Monk Academy! Graduates of the first Cheddar Monk Academy are organising a new program of classes for new Padawans. Closure can be a difficult thing in an ongoing campaign designed to last for many adventures. Don't achieve it, and it can become long and drawn out, potentially leading to frustration or boredom. Achieve it, and you need to find something else to motivate your character.
So make sure your character has multiple different motivations - many different goals and things they want to achieve.
Then you can tick some off and get a feeling of accomplishment, while still having things to aim for ahead of you. One hero is obsessed with finding his parents, and cares about nothing else. Another hero wants to find the monster who attacked his home village, and upgrade his sword to a magical blade one day, and meet the daughter of the local Baron, and go to a big city and be part of the big festival there, and travel across the mountains to see what's on the other side.
Which one sounds like they'll have more interesting adventures? You got caught not shooting, Finn! Looks like Kylo's fine with your reason though, so you're safe for now. I wonder how much of Gil's death and the reaction to it is improv and how much was planned out with Annie and the GM before hand.
Revenge can definitely be a worthy motive, like with Inigo Montoya for his father in The Princess Bride , but wiping out the Resistance doesn't seem like a good way of getting it. In fact, it sounds like the opposite method of getting revenge on the killer. It wouldn't necessarily involve finding Gil's killer, and the killer might not even care about the rest of the Resistance in the first place, judging by how quickly they turned traitor.
I bet Finn tries to ditch the drop ship he came in to go look through the desert, even though it'd make more sense to wait for day to come and then do a proper search with more people, assuming the killer had escaped the village into the desert. And were you really just hanging around the village waiting for something Corey? That's not a great idea even if the fight was still going on.
Stray shots or purposeful shots could still find you even if you're hidden enough to not be seen. Not to mention you've got the thing the troopers came to get in the first place, so there's no sense sticking around where they could still get it. Best to get out and find new party members that wouldn't want to kill you for your things. On a meta-note, the frames with Kylo so far where they're framed from the shoulders up make me think "snake person".
There's the hood, the leaning around while looking at someone, the quiet aura of menace with the faceless mask, and the reflections off the mask make it look thinner than a regular person's face on occasion too. If there haven't been a full body shot of them walking previously, I could easily imagine them not having a bipedal lower half at this point and just slithering around before getting angry and stabbing people. Finn: Lord Ren, sir.
I need to know who killed my buddy, Gil. I need closure. Kylo Ren: Revenge. A worthy motive. Keep that in your heart as you help us wipe out every last member of the Resistance. Then you shall have your peace. Finn: These villagers we just slaughtered were all unarmed. Kylo Ren: Your point, soldier? Finn: The one who shot Gil must have got away! We have to search!
Kylo Ren: Tatooine sand blocks scanning. I can take a hint! Star Wars and associated character, planet, vehicle, and creature names are registered trademarks of Lucasfilm Ltd , which does not sponsor, authorise, or endorse this site.
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Alternate Universe strips
He is rather oblivious to the feelings of others and will often be insulting without even realising it. He will also occasionally sulk if things don't go his way. As a "munchkin" type player, his main interest is in beating the game. To this end he'll take full advantage of the character creation system and Min-Max  - creating unbalanced characters by reducing unneeded skills in order to maximise useful skills - in order to maximise the loot and points that can be scored. Pete has been role playing for a long time and has an impressive collection of dice, including titanium binary ones for robot characters . He is highly capable with technology, and can program simple applications for his PDA in a few minutes.
Darths and Droids Series
Each of these alternate universe comics include:. The annotation reads as follows:. In the universe the players inhabit, Star Wars does not exist. That's the premise of this entire comic, after all. But most of the other things we know and love such as Mad Max do, albeit modified by the lack of Star Wars:.
What if Star Wars as we know it didn't exist, but instead the plot of the movies was being made up on the spot by players of a Tabletop Game? Well, for one, the results might actually make a lot more sense, from an out-of-story point of view Indeed, the very plot of Star Wars , with all its inconsistencies and bizarre leaps of logic, comes about because the players constantly force the GM to improvise. And that's not all; the Irregulars seem to be taking perverse pleasure in actually changing things from how they happen in the movies as much as they can while still being constrained by actual screencaps. This ranges from introducing the "Lost Orb" side-quest, all the way to Darth Maul being a hired bounty hunter who's, at worst, Chaotic Neutral. Even Palpatine seems like a good guy. In the blurb for each comic, there are often links to This Very Wiki one of its creators is a known troper , and there are even comics named after tropes, as well.