On this week’s end-of-year show, we discuss Carrie Fisher’s passing and how it was commemorated by many SWTOR players. We also recall what was added to the game in 2016, and express some wishes for what could be added in 2017. Happy New Year!
When visiting his parents, Chill rediscovered some old friends from his childhood:
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- Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia, passed away on 27 December. Many hundreds of SWTOR players have been paying their respects by visiting Castle Organa on Alderaan, as can be seen in this fan-made tribute.
- Groopur of our own Ootini Knights was one of those who participated:
- Among several ideas of how BioWare could celebrate her memory is this petition requested that an Alderaan Stronghold be added.
- It seems that the “Myserious Empire of Zakuul” was only listed in the Polish version of the Star Wars: Galactic Atlas.
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Illeva referenced this article discussing how Grand Moff Tarkin was portrayed in Rogue One.
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