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Unexpected Part I: Oddly Flattered

Takes place during The Shadow of Revan storyline in Star Wars: The Old Republic.  PC is the Imperial Agent.  Minor spoilers.

I frantically type at the keypad in front of me, trying to get the pod down to save you. 1,020 more words


SWTOR Companion Recruitment - A Kindly Old Monster (Dr. Lokin)

If you haven’t played through to the end of chapter 9 in Knights of the Fallen Empire in SWTOR yet, you may want to hold off on reading this. 550 more words


Something strange in a galaxy far, far away

So the new SWTOR expansion Knights of the Fallen Empire is a thing and the SWTOR community seems to be very positive about the potential of this new focus on storytelling- there’s even the moniker “SWTOR2” out there, although i don’t really understand that yet. 1,083 more words

Star Wars: The Old Republic

Hsien is believing

The first Infinity figure I ever bought and painted was an Imperial Agent Pheasant Rank. I didn’t realise it at the time, but this essentially meant I would never buy an Imperial Service Starter, as he is bundled into the kit. 827 more words


Service updates.

This post is mostly about playing catchup with a few models that I painted recently but never wrote an article for. I also played a pair of games yesterday that happened to use all of these models, but more on that later. 750 more words


Assume the Crane Stance.

The Crane Agent is here to solve Yu Jing’s problems, with style.

Having started playing 40K around the time that you were meant to ask permission to use special characters, I always had a nagging subconscious discomfort that the only Lieutenant option I had available for Imperial Service was a character, Sun Tze. 662 more words


Imperial Love

Pair of OC’s from Swtor.  The one on the right is a character of mine I haven’t played in a really long time but really wanted to draw.   17 more words