One of my favorite Star Wars Things is a completely throwaway line, in the first movie, where C-3P0 gives thanks to a ill-defined Maker. That blew my mind apart as a kid. There's so many things he could have meant by that, and I spent a lot of time embroidering the possibilities. And now Andor, in its manifold blessings, has given us cool new robot shit to think about - you might have a robot that is essentially part of your family. Like a robot that needs help from you. Imagine introducing BB-8 not as a merchandise opportunity but as a real character. That's what happened.
I want to say that we are not doing what it says in the strip, even one more time, but we've done much less weird things, with greater frequency. Now that the show is complete, you can eat the whole thing like a gazelle and go into a coma. Second season already greenlit and scheduled. You want to believe this means they've figured out what is and isn't shit by now, but these days you have to recalibrate your assessment literally episode to episode - Boba Fett and Obi-Wan were almost illegible things, depending on when you happened to observe them. One good indication is that they didn't use this show as a platform to launch three other shows, something they can't get e-fucking-nough of over there.
We were gonna have another Knight's Edge sponsored stream to celebrate the new Omin cosmetics going up for PAX Unplugged, and their support of the Acquisitions Incorporated show there, but they're feeling under the weather so we're gonna reschedule for 2023 it looks like. But the code is still live! You can "redeem code" in the upper right menu of the main screen, and that code is PAXUP. There's a Chunk event from the 2nd to the 4th of December that requires Royal weapons, which is good news for me because that's my best one. And there's a special Holiday event called LIGHTFEST event (I'll remind you then) from December 23rd to January 3rd, just in time to avoid the family during some suspiciously, maybe even concerningly long bathroom breaks. Thanks so much to local heroes Lightfox Games for their support, and in my opinion, maybe I'm just thinking about it because of Unplugged this week, but they should consider addressing the tabletop market with their PvE/PvP brawler. It seems like a super natural fit and I would be willing to discuss it for hours at a bar.