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SW Summer Reads – Jedi Prince #3: Zorba The Hutt’s Revenge

It’s time for another edition of Star Wars Summer Reads! And we’re returning once more to the epic post-Episode VI galaxy as written by the great Paul and Hollace Davids in the third installment in the Jedi Prince chronicles! I read this last SW Reads Day but didn’t get a chance to blog on it since, you know, all the other things I was blogging on, but now I am doing so, so yay! Ah, the exciting adventures in this series! They may be a little older than some books but they’re still among my favorites… and are currently all I know about this era in the SW universe (I know I know shame on me! XP ). If you want to read my take on the previous chapters, jet on over here for that thing with Vader’s glove and the whole lost Jedi city debacle. So enough chatter let’s find out exactly what secrets and fascinating tidbits we can discover in the midst of Zorba The Hutt’s Revenge! Ahh those crazy Hutts am I right? 🙂 I mean just look at that crazy hair he’s got on the cover!
NOTE: Contains spoilers from Episode II, Episode V, Episode VI, The Clone Wars Movie, Rebels episode Idiot’s Array, The Glove Of Darth Vader, The Lost City Of The Jedi, and Zorba The Hutt’s Revenge


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So we reunite with our heroes as they’re heading off to a party! Han Solo’s housewarming party, to be precise. And even more precisely, for Han’s super-amazing floating skyhouse in Cloud City (pretty much everyone’s dream house, am I right?). As it seems though, Luke hadn’t really thought of a housewarming gift until literally the last second, so he and his young Jedi prince ward, Ken were spitballing gift ideas. But what do you give the Rebel hero who has everything? Turns out Ken has the winning idea — a housekeeping droid! Threepio, Artoo, and Chip are in on the idea. Luke’s not sure how keen Han would be on the idea, considering he’s a bachelor and junk (not to mention his short temper with Threepio some days XP ). But Threepio believes it would definitely be in Captain Solo’s best interest to have someone help keep that place of his in shape, considering he’s… a bachelor and junk. Haha so true. Luke finally decides to go with it and he and his comrades take a detour to the Tatooine Droidfest to do some shopping! It may not be the brightest spot in the galaxy, but Droidfest has the best selection and the best prices. Like Black Friday, but… no, on second thought it’s pretty much exactly the same as Black Friday! Right down to the chaos that ensues before long. The shopping was the easy part, finally settling on KT-18, or Kate. A friendly, top-of-the-line housekeeping droid who’s worked for a number of Corellian pilots and turned them into gentlemen (RUN HAN RUN!! XD ). Not cheap in the slightest, but worth the moola for sure. Oh, and then there came the chaos… Tusken Raiders on Banthaback having a land dispute with the Jawas. And Luke gets caught up in the middle of it while Ken and the droids dive for shelter in a sandcrawler. See? Exactly like Black Friday! That’s why you should’ve done this earlier and done it online, Luke! I know you’re a Rebel hero and stuff but you should be able to make time to do nice things before they become a burden! 😛
Quick history lesson: do you know what became of Jabba’s Palace after the Rebs did him and his whole crew in? It just sorta sat there ’cause there was no will and now it’s owned by the government. Makes you wonder where Rotta is right now (hopefully living a slightly more respectable life than his dad did, I would hope). Whatever the case, Jabba’s dad Zorba didn’t get the memo about anything that happened these last few months. So big daddy Zorba ain’t too happy about not being let into the palace (apparently the government’s sanctioned it off as a “No Hutts Allowed” zone #uncool) and not knowing where his kid is. He heads off to the Mos Eisley cantina for some answers, but doesn’t come back liking those answers too much for, well, obvious reasons. So Zorba decides to hire some scum and villainy on the spot to hunt down Jabba’s killer — Leia Organa. And on top of that, Zorba happens to know exactly where that will is: right inside an old droid. The Hutt’s back in business and he’s got a score to settle! This could be a problem…
But Luke and the gang already have a few problems of their own. Remember what cray happened at the Droidfest? Yeah Commander Skywalker finally was able to join Ken and the droids in their sandcrawler hideout. It’s hot and slow but it gets them out of that mess in the end, even though it happens to be night by the time they get out. Then new problem: someone else hired bounty hunters that day — Trioculus. Now not only is Luke gonna be late for the party but now he’s got to fight a pair of hunters! The Twi’lek and the Aqualish hunters put up a bit of a fight, but Luke put up a bit more of one and lightsabered them like a boss. On their way back, Luke asks Ken if he knows something as to what the new Emperor wants with him. Ken really really doesn’t want to tell him; DJ-88, the teacher droid who raised him, had warned him not to spill anything he learned in the ancient Jedi library to anyone, not even his mentor. He finally decides to tell him at least a little something… that he knows quite a bit of dirt on Trioculus, stuff that would only put Luke in further danger. Luke doesn’t press on further in that, but he still hopes that someday Ken’ll open up to him more. And in other news I just adore Luke and Ken’s relationship! While not officially a master and padawan, you can very much see the similarity. And Luke makes a really great master for someone who’s never done it before 🙂
They finally make it to Bespin, though. The description of the lovely city in the clouds makes me so badly want to see more of it. *CoughputitinthenewtrilogypleaseCough* They’re met by Rebel, ex-scoundrel, and governor Lando Calrissian, who quickly befriends the young prince. They have a pretty nice view of where Han’s place lies, with the exception of the serious air pollution going on. Yes indeedy this series definitely reminds you that sometimes the Star Wars galaxy has the same problems we do here in the Milky Way side of town. Though at least we don’t have to worry about Imperial factory barges causing said problems, which is why lovely Bespin isn’t so lovely to breathe right now. Lando shoots a rental his friends’ way and promises he’ll join the party after he handles some trouble at Holiday Towers Casino. Fun seeing how much this ol’ smoothie’s grown up, isn’t it? He used to break the rules and now he makes the rules!
So clearly Han’s housewarming party was the event of the year. Swarms of Han’s friends from throughout the galaxy made it and it truly sounds fabulous. And Leia happens to have the best (read comfiest) seat in the house through it all. The Captain himself is pretty busy, between chatting with friends and serving refreshments, it’s no wonder he stuck Chewbacca on cooking duty (I really really hope they make hairnets that big… it’s best not to think about how much hair might’ve gotten in the food). ‘Course he did get some breaks, there are dances with Leia to be had man! #Priorities! And of course Luke, Ken and the droids arrive fashionably late. And turns out Han is definitely into Kate. Quite frankly I’m jealous I don’t have a droid who can zap stains off the ceiling without breaking a sweat– er, circuit. It was worth all the trouble they went to to get her! In the midst of the housewarming, Ken, with the aide of a set of long-range macrobinoculars, happens to spy what appears to be a Huttian ship entering Cloud City. Well, this really could be a problem…
Yes, Zorba’s come for a visit, but not yet to the princess. First, he’s got some legal biz to tend to at the casino. Technically he owns the place… well, sorta, Jabba used to own it, but after he bit the dust nobody else knew that so Lando owns the place now but Zorba ain’t havin’ it. The only way to settle this is with a friendly game of sabacc. What could possibly go wrong, right? And as far as Lando can tell, big daddy Hutt don’t got game. So betting the entire future of Cloud City is hardly something to worry about right? I’ve said it before… sabacc has a higher ratio of misses than hits… when you see guys playing this game, be aware somebody’s losing their fabulous Corellian ship, or their fabulous C1-1OP, or in this case, an entire city and role as governor. It’s not entirely Lando’s fault, I mean, who would’ve guessed that Zorba’s deck had markings that only he could see that could help him win? But the end result is still the same… Lando seriously seriously lost, and a Hutt now owns the place — the entire place. As in, the whole city. Well, this really is a problem…
However, things were going along quite swimmingly at the skyhouse. The party was over, but the rest of the gang was still hangin’ around. And Kate had the place sparkling as if a party’d never happened! It’s all good… and then Lando called. “Soooo here’s the thing… I’ve heard the theme park business is booming right now…” jk I’m glad that’s not quite how it went down (though he’s totally serious about the theme park thing. I mean, we are talking about the guy who smuggled a puffer pig on a chance he could make a quick buck… he’s an entrepeneur, after all). And the final blow of bad news is that he may’ve overheard Zorba talking about the whole “revenge” thing and yeah… as Mace Windu once said, “This party’s over.” O_O So Han’s thinking getting Leia off-planet would be their next best move, and then to add to the chaos Kate takes a fall off the skyhouse observation deck! Luke and Leia jump into action (and a sweet cloud car convertible) to save their droid friend. But Luke handled that car in a way that would make his dad proud and managed to save Kate before she hit the planet’s liquid core. But while they’re down there, Luke spies Trioculus’ sail barge. A floating factory that makes a pretty scary array of Imperial weapons… and a pretty scary amount of braze. They come down for just a little look and that’s when the laser defense system comes on and now we really really have a problem! Crashed car, stormtroopers all over the place, Luke gets trapped in a tunnel filled with poisonous gas, Leia gets taken hostage… fun right? Though yeesh I’m glad Luke got outta there that was pretty scary.
Of course Han and Ken had no idea as to what had conspired, so we find the Han showing off his awesome racecars to the young prince. Yeah racecars plural. The Rebel Alliance must give him some kinda paycheck! Then Luke sent Han a distress call and Han made the huge mistake of leaving Ken alone with his gorgeous super-fast racing machines. Ken’s clearly a good kid, I’m certainly not saying he’s not, ’cause he is. But heck, you couldn’t leave me alone with one of those things and expect me not to at least try and drive it a little! So I don’t really blame the boy for taking it out for a spin (and admittedly, it was kinda an accident). Problem is is that he’s kinda not the legal age to drive and… yeah… cops come along, and then they’re all “hey whaddya know the Emperor’s been looking for you!” and Ken’s all “aw dang.” because who wouldn’t be right now?
And guess where Leia ended up? On a very much unwarranted “date” with Trioculus. Ohhh yes. Bro tries to be smooth, but Leia answers that with a sound and well-deserved slap to the face. The only reason she can’t take her eyes off him is because his scarred three-eyed face is downright horrifying. Obviously Trioculus doesn’t pick up on that red flag. He’s certain he can win her over with his tall, dark[sidery], and (perhaps not so) handsome self. He’s like “C’mon I’m not so bad bae. It’s not like you haven’t killed someone before” and she’s all “IT WAS IN SELF-DEFENSE AND IT WAS JABBA I WAS WELL WITHIN MY RIGHT!” and he’s all “Psh you totally want to kill me now right? See it’s not hard. So how’s about getting married?”. Oh yeah real classy Emperor, really classy! Despite her complete and utter disinterest (and disgust), he’s willing to wait for her to figure it out. Well, he’ll be waiting forever ’cause dude that ain’t happenin’! But as we know, Trioculus here isn’t the only one who wants Leia… and that is seriously a problem.
Zorba’s glad to be back in some sort of seat of power, but he’s not lovin’ the braze Trioculus brought with him. One of his hunters, however, may have brought him the key to getting all his scores settled. Leia’s on Trioculus’ sail barge, a kid named Ken was taken in by Cloud City police… a trade is in order, I do believe. Ken wasn’t about to talk to the old Hutt, but that’s where having sweets covered in truth serum comes in. You gotta give Zorba credit for being prepared though, I mean, not everyone just carries around avabush spice every day. I’m pretty sure most people don’t expect to need to get the truth out of someone on the regular. So good for you Zorba– er, not good for you! Making the young prince spill the fact that he’s very much a Jedi Prince! And then in turn imprisoning him in the casino basement! Duuuuuude! When Trioculus shows up for the trade, he’s hardly impressed with this great and mighty Jedi Prince being a boy… up until Ken in a rather sleep-deprived state points out just how much dirt he knows about him, including the fact that Trioculus is not the rightful Emperor and isn’t Sidious’ kid. Yeah Trioculus definitely gets why now he needs to kill this kid. But he’s not feeling the trade. They have quite the… intellectual conversation (read: a lot of yelling that doesn’t get either baddie anywhere) and basically there is no trade. They entered casual acquaintances and left mortal enemies. And Zorba’s somehow too fast for the the Emperor’s ‘troopers. Yeah that must’ve been a real blow to their confidence. You don’t mess with Zorba, ’cause this all ended with the Emperor in a block of carbonite. Ken played the mind trick card on a prison guard and a taxi driver and made it back without much problem ultimately. Though Han and Luke had a slightly harder time busting Leia out of the Emperor’s place, mostly on account that Zorba was in on the chase too. Zorba had no idea though that they’d rescued Leia so as far as he knew, he’d gotten his sweet revenge on both of his worst enemies! Though unfortunately for him it won’t be the last he sees of either of them…
So the good news is Trioculus is out of commission. The bad news is, Leia’s gonna have to lay low to avoid Zorba and his hunters. But Han really has no problem with this; he’s all there for his girl, even if he has to leave his skyhouse behind for a bit. He’s aiming for somewhere hidden away from Imperials and hunters alike, somewhere kinda romantic. Hehehe Han let Luke drive after that. He had other things to tend to… 😉 While having this brief sweet moment with his princess, he allows the thought of a proposal to cross his mind. If he can find the right words for it… just maybe… ❤ *Fangirl squees loudly* Yus while the danger's not behind them yet, there are plenty of good things in front of them, for Jedi, Jedi Princes, and Rebels alike 🙂
Awwww… I know right? Ah this series is so much fun! They may take a while but I'm glad to be writing these book Closer Looks again! Also ALMOST ONE MORE WEEK UNTIL REBELS SEASON 2!! GET EXCITED PEEPS!!

Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

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How I Spent My Star Wars Day + News

Hey to all my Star Wars fangirls and fanboys out there! Just wanted to do a real quick news roundup and talk about SW in my everyday life. So this shouldn’t take up too too much of your valuable time…
NOTE: Contains spoilers from The Clone Wars movie, the Rebels Season 2 trailer, and the Episode VII second teaser.

So how’d my Star Wars Day go? Two words: BINGE. WATCHING. Well, I hadn’t originally intended to do that. My original game plan was to watch Episode IV like I’ve done for the past three years and finally see the TCW movie. Buuuut well… I have this thing for watching all the films in order and I hadn’t gotten around to watching Episode III earlier and I also really really wanted to watch the Clone Wars microseries, so it was basically SW from dawn ’til dusk, which honestly isn’t a bad thing 🙂 Seeing the earliest and latest points in the Clone Wars era through the microseries and Episode III was super cool. One of the many things I love about SW is that no matter how many times I watch the films or the animated series I always learn something new, notice something I hadn’t before, or make a new, interesting connection that blows my mind as to how incredible the overall story is. And as per usual every time I watch Episode III I cry buckets. OK all the films get me teary-eyed, really, but… you know. And thennn I watched Episode IV! Which always without fail hits me with the feels and makes me laugh and I always cry at the end because I’m so overwhelmed with feels and a deep deep love for SW and I so much love these characters’ amazing bond ^w^ ^w^ You know what I mean! And I decided to save the newest thing for last… The Clone Wars movie!! I know I know how is it possible this thing’s been out for years and I haven’t seen it? Welp my brother got me the Blu-Ray as a birthday present a couple years back so I wanted to wait until we could watch it together. So yeah… but boy oh boy am I glad I finally saw it! While I didn’t need to have seen this before to enjoy the TCW series, because of course I’ve been lovin’ it for the last four years, seeing the movie helped me love it even more than I thought I possibly could! Seeing Anakin and Ahsoka’s friendship from the beginning… it’s too wonderful. Her boundless enthusiasm versus his less-than-thrilled frustration, their adventures in Huttlet-sitting, the wins and fails, the moments of honesty, and of course, the bestowing of the titles of “Skyguy” and “Snips”… it couldn’t be more perfect a way to introduce that era of Star Wars! I’m sorry it took me so long to see it! And now I shall rewatch it over and over again from here on out! Oh, and that moment where Ahsoka’s telling the clones how she saved the day… just thinking about the fact we’ll be seeing Ahsoka and Rex and the bros together again made me explode with feels! And then I capped off the day with watching Unfinished Business, the last chapter of the Bad Batch storyreels! So yup consider that Star Wars Day seized! All while wearing my new Yoda shirt that alludes to my vertically-challenged stature with the words “Size Matters Not” 🙂

As for the newest news in the SW galaxy, there’s some seriously exciting stuff on the rise…

First up, Star Wars is joining Disney Infinity 3.0! My life is complete!! Haha!

(Image credit: Disney.com)
The main starter kit comes with Anakin and Ahsoka for Twilight Of The Republic, and there will also be another set for the Original Trilogy with Rise Against The Empire. And they’re already talking about a new one they’ll do for Episode VII’s release! Being as I’ve always loved Disney and Pixar, I’ve wanted to get Infinity since it came out, and now I have even further incentive to do so. Absolutely can’t wait to have Ahsoka and Tinkerbell go on adventures and watch Merida and Luke fight the Empire! I’m aiming to get the PC version so I can screencap all the fun we’ll have there 🙂 No set release date yet, but it’s aiming toward this Fall. So get excited guys!

The next interesting tidbit is something not yet officially announced: the next Anthology movie… Boba Fett’s backstory? I’ve seen a headline one place and read a brief article on Animation Magazine that seem to make this fact. I won’t fully believe this until StarWars.com makes it known, but I am most definitely lovin’ the concept! Part of the reason Boba is so loved has to do with all the mystery surrounding him as well as the Legends lore he’s been a part of. So now we could indeed see how this epic bounty hunter got to where he did. My biggest question is will we be seeing Daniel Logan in the role or Temura Morrison? Or someone else entirely? Only time will tell if this is the next story after Rogue One. Though seriously man I really do love the Anthology concept, telling more stories that connect the main story! Can’t wait to see where they go!

And finally, if you were wondering when you could finally get one of those new ‘troopers in 3.75 inches, StarWars.com has announced Force Friday, the day Episode VII stuff will start lining the shelves nationwide! September 4th is the big day! Admittedly, I probably will wait at least until I’ve seen Episode VII to buy any merch (not that I have any doubt it’ll be amazing, just a bit of a merch purist), but it’s still very exciting. And it most likely means another trailer is on its way, as they can’t just market the action figures as “Finn” and “Rey”… we need to know those last names and further connections and other characters! Dude it really is so exciting just knowing it won’t be long before more questions are answered and more is revealed of The Force Awakens. And it doesn’t hurt to go ahead and make a game plan for my Christmas wish list… 🙂

So good luck to containing your excitement for all this stuff guys! Until next time…

Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

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Why My Family… ‘woks

My birthday was a couple of weeks ago (the 11th), and that was followed a week later by my birthday party with my folks. Both days were insanely wonderful! Did Star Wars play a part in it? Why, yes, it did. First off, my cousin, who is an excellent baker, cake decorator, and fellow SW fangirl, made me this glorious birthday cake…
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My cousin has been making me birthday cakes for ten years now, and I’ve loved them all… but this is my first three-dimensional one, and boy does it take the cake! (Sorry sorry there will be no more cake puns…) Now, between Monsters University, Despicable Me 2, and Planes all being awesome the way they are, you may wonder why it is I chose a SW cake this year over a cake with one of those (which is, btw, the first SW cake I’ve ever had). It basically started with this old Wilton 3-D teddy bear pan… while I had several other ideas, I’d look and see that box in my closet and my mind would wander on ideas of what to do with it. One day, the best idea popped into my mind: make it into a 3-D ewok cake! And it’s even cooler since it’s the 30th anniversary of Episode VI! When I sent my cousin my idea, she loved it. And as you can see, she did awesome on this little banana-flavored furball 🙂 (Don’t look at me like that! I happen to like unique flavors for my birthday cakes!) It was a bit weird, I’ll admit, to have to cut up little Wicket… by the time everyone had had a slice, I joked around that the war with the Empire “took a lot out of him” XD
Now, another cool thing is that since my brother and I are twins, he also had a cake… a simple ice cream cake… with an epic Clone Wars miniseries Obi-Wan Kenobi action figure looking epic on top! I can only imagine now what our cakes will look like when Episode VII comes out… 😀
I’ve mentioned my brother in previous posts, and he’s not only an amazing brother, but he’s probably the majority of the reason I’m into SW in the first place. It was his idea to show me Episode IV for the first time so very long ago in ’06. And all the movies that followed. When I saw each movie for the first time, they were his copies of the movies. The action figures I own are pretty much all hand-me-downs from him. He convinced me to check out TCW before I was even hugely into it. He was the one who brought home the CW Miniseries DVDs one day in 2010 that a short time later would ignite my interest in SW. Truth, man, I could go on forever about how he’s influenced my fandom. He was my Master in the SW fandom, and now it’s one fo the things we talk about all the time! And this year, for my birthday, he went out and bought me a blu-ray of the TCW movie! Admittedly, I haven’t seen it yet. Why? Because my brother, who’s already seen it, wants to watch it with me as a special-double feature! And somehow we’ve never gotten around to doing so, but I think it’s pretty cool that, even though I’ve seen almost every episode of TCW, he wants to see the movie with me when I see it for the first time 🙂
Really and truly, my whole family has been a big influence to my SW fandom (I’d say something like “the Force is strong with my family”, but it seems like everyone uses that phrase). I was surrounded by it growing up, even if my brother was the one who got most of the SW toys. But I still had fun playing with his toys, even before I was into SW. Looking back, I’m kinda surprised it took me as long as it did for me to become the SW fan I am today considering how much my aunts, uncles, cousins, and of course, my brother and parents, love the films. But better late than never; even a duck has to be taught to swim… (I just heard about that line in a novelization of Episode IV and I’m determined to use it whenever possible now hehehhehhh)
My birthday was an incredibly special day for many reasons, and one of the biggest reasons is due to my amazing family. For believing in me, understanding me and my crazy fandoms, being there for me, and for all in one way or another shaping me into a SW superfan, I send my thanks to all of them! 🙂
Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

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Star Wars Day Is Coming…

OK, so it’s now May! The most Star Wars-y month of the year! And you know what that means, don’t you?? Star Wars Day! Now, some of you who are new to the fandom may not realize that such a holiday actually exists. Well, it’s not on any calendars yet that I’m aware of, but it oughta be! I didn’t find this out until recently, but it’s been celebrated since 1978! Why May 4th? It’s a pun, “May The Fourth Be With You”, get it? There’s also a Star Wars Day II if you can believe it (that would be “Revenge Of The Fifth”). I know this is second nature to the Jedi Masters of the Star Wars fandom, but I literally didn’t find out about SW Day II until a couple months ago. And I found out about Star Wars Day itself only two years ago! You guys want to know what I did for my first May The Fourth? I saw Phantom Menace for the first time ever! Not in a conventional way, though… I watched my brother’s newly-obtained Japanese imported laserdisc (he owns like four versions of all the films… I honestly don’t remember why I chose his version that’s a precursor to the DVD). It was an incredible experience. I was so blissfully unaware as to how much I didn’t know before hand! It was so easy to love these characters… my respect for Qui-Gon went up like 200% that day! Everything just made more sense in my then-limited knowledge about Star Wars! Plus, it’s an amazing amazing film. Really, if I had to say what my fave Prequel Trilogy film was, I’m tempted to say it’s this one, but then I always backtrack and remind myself that I love them all equally honestly and truly. Dude, it was nothing short of love X3 Was it different watching the Japanese laserdisc? A little, considering that I had to flip the disc over halfway through the film and there were Japanese subtitles through the whole thing (which made it really difficult whenever someone spoke Huttese and what should’ve been Huttese-to-English subtitles were now Huttese-to-Japanese subtiles… hence why I stick to the Blu-Ray and DVD when I watch it these days), but it didn’t change my feelings for the films. I loved it… Jar Jar and all! (There, I admitted it; I don’t have anything against Jar Jar Binks! I’ll explain why he’s so awesome on another blog…) And thus, I began watching the entirety of the Prequels, rewatching the Originals, and watching the Clone Wars series! Ah, memories…
What did I do last year? Not much… it was a slow day and I wasn’t able do much of anything Star Wars-y for some reason. But this year’s gonna be different! I now know more about SW Day’s origins, and my Star Wars obsession has peaked more this past year. What do I have planned, you ask?
First, I’m going to watch some Clone Wars episodes. Gotta rewatch more of Season 2 fo’ sho 🙂 Secondly, I definitely want to watch Episode IV again. Thirdly, I really want to read one of my new SW books (Paul and Hollace Davids’ Jedi Prince series for the win!). I have no idea what else’ll happen that day, but I’ll most certainly update you guys. I also have intentions to finally see the TCW movie on Revenge Of The Fifth (IDK why I haven’t gotten around to seeing it yet, so this year I’m finally finally going to see it for realz! So excited!!). Like say, I’ll totes update you all.
Oh, and here’s a weird little tip for you Star Wars fans out there. Did you know that when you mix Double Chocolate Krave cereal with skim milk, the milk turns blueish? I found this out when I ended up having to use skim milk in my cereal instead of my usual whole milk. It was so freaky! If you’re a Padawan SW fan, you probably have no idea what blue milk has to do with anything. Well, it’s apparently a big deal if you grew up around Aunt Beru! I have fond memories of eating Krave while watching TCW during Season 5… so now it’s officially a SW cereal! Of course, perhaps you’re more hardcore a SW fan… if so, you might want a legit SW cereal for breakfast…

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I remember eating this stuff… yum yum… anybody else want to enjoy a delicious 11-year-old bowl of Attack Of The Clones cereal? Nothing personal, but I think I’m going to just eat pancakes (Though the boxes are really cool… they had one box that had Obi-Wan and Jango Fett on it! #GottaLoveObiWan).
So naturally, I’m super hyped. It certainly doesn’t help to have rewatched bits of Phantom Menace yesterday and to have reread Zorba The Hutt’s Revenge (of the series I mentioned earlier) today. Bottom line, I’ve got a feeling that this year’s Star Wars Day and Star Wars Day II will be the best Star Wars Days yet!
Keep The Peace and May The Fourth Be With You,
– Twilight

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