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  1. T3-M4: Vreet deet boot de-deeet boop beeep.

    Exile: What did you say about my mother?!


    Mandalore: How am I supposed to go to the bathroom in this armor?


    Rodian: Oota goota, Solo?


    Hanharr: Raarrraaah! (Eeew, blood!)


    Exile: So what happens to me?

    Traya: You will fly off in the Ebon Hawk.

    Exile: Yeah, and?

    Traya: That's pretty much it.

    Exile: What the hell kind of a future is that?

    Traya: Do not blame me! It's not my fault it sucks.

  2. Bastilla was always in my party, except for certain situations where she couldnt join, like Korriban.


    Third slot varied. Usually Canderous, HK-47 or Carth. Used Jolee on Kashyyk a little and for the quest on Manaan. Juhani for the solo part on Leviathan. Mission only to get into Vulkar Base. Zaalbar until rescuing Bastilla and early part of Kashyyk. T3 for the Sith base and tough computers.

  3. Well, you could look at it as letting $20 loose.


    I'm surprised they'd get anything back. Usually, when you've opened it, they wont let you return it, but may allow you to get a new one if it's broken, provided it hasn't been too long.


    And how'd they get a version that works on both X-Box and PC?

  4. That always happens. They just have their back turned to the door.


    Screenshot One--Warning: Exposure to Proton Cores may cause your head to become hollow.


    Screenshot Two--Vaklu wonders why he and Talia cant work things out.


    Screenshot Three--Kavar seems to think he's still at the security terminal.




  5. USSR communism was capitalist not socialist.  just a different type of capitalist. any comments? im interested to hear a response.


    Because i could be off.

    Don't be rude either!


    Incorrect. I'm studying Macroeconomics. The government owned the land, the factories, the businesses, everything. They also set prices, wages, etc.

  6. My first play-thru I got a Cyan from Jarron and a Viridian from one of the refugee quests on Nar Shaddaa. The Cyan I used from the start in my first Lightsaber (well after using the Workbench, since Bao-Dur wouldnt let me use it) and the Viridian went in my Short Lightsaber. Cyan looks cool, but the bug is annoying.


    I've found Silver in the Museum/from Talia and on a corpse on Malachor. Maybe Nar Shadda quest reward too. I've found Orange and Bronze very rarely, and always in a Lightaber.

  7. - The main character is never the magic type, a more powerful mage will always join you. Usually the hero has the most physical strength.


    Given a choice, I'd take a Wizard over a Fighter most of the time. Sure, I'll play Fighters and other warrior-types, but Wizards are less conventional. A fighter just runs around smashing things


    As for money, gold is a universal currency. It has high value and can be used just about anywhere. Not so much in modern times. But many RPG's have a Middle Ages-type setting, so it makes sense. Also, Gothic used Ore.

  8. Not really a bug, but Exile had some bad timing trying to open the sealed door at the Sith Academy ruins. Doesn't seem to notice the assassins. Screenshot.


    Another one, Xarga asked me if I had found Kumis, and at the same time, thrust his hand into the air to cheer on the recruits in the sparring ring.


  9. And they won. Tied for 1st place! With Sammy gone, maybe it'll last.


    Also, edited the score. Hit 5 instead of 7. But hey, Illinois was down by 15 twice, and came back to tie it twice before losing.

  10. Well, it's over and University of North Carolina beat University of Illinois, 75-70.


    Being from Chicago and having both my sister and her husband graduate from U of I, it would have been nice if the Illini had won. But, it's a good thing I didn't have any bets going.


    Still, U of I was the number one team for 15 weeks and went 37-2.

  11. The belief that harakiri means suicide in japanese is according to my friend (who's japanese) wrong.  Harakiri means to cut your stomach, but suicide is something else.



    Seppuku, I believe.


    Shiitake means meshroom in Japanese, so Shiitake mushroom is redundant.


    Silver has the highest conductivity of all metals. Pure gold is so soft, it can be molded with your bare hands.


    Nitron is C20H16N4, but that is not the source of my name, merely a coincidence. Other names for Nitron are: 4-Diphenyl-endoanilino-dihydrotriazole; 1,4-diphenyl-3-anilino-1H-1,2,4-triazolium hydroxide; 3,5,6-triphenyl-2,3,5,6-tetraazabicyclo(2.1.1)hex-1-ene. Sweet. :D

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