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 on: Today at 08:26:57 AM 
Started by brad81380 - Last post by brad81380
If your budget is $100-$150 and therefore you would be probably purchasing a stunt saber even if you did a straight out purchase, I can vouch for the Sentinel V4. I got one as a grab bag about a month ago and couldn't be happier with it. It feels amazingly comfortable. I can't vouch for the Prophecy as mine has not arrived yet due to backordering, but I have heard great things about it. Both those purchases you would know you're getting something great, instead of just leaving it up to chance. Just a thought.

I know it would be a stunt saber.  It is just for looks at the moment.  However, I think I am going to go ahead and order two sabers, with at least one being a grab bag.  It will help me determine things I like and things I don't, and also guarantee when I am having work done on one I will have a backup.

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 on: Today at 08:21:52 AM 
Started by Octane Halcyon - Last post by Octane Halcyon
Either a wire has come off or you shut off the blue diode, i.e. changed all settings for "Blue" (Channel 3) to 0 while playing with the launcher....

after further inspection, it looks like the wiring has come off, rather than the blue channel being at 0. thanks for the help!

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 on: Today at 08:10:45 AM 
Started by Lord Canterbury - Last post by Krace
I am still majorly undecided about my first zeta  Undecided

So, I need input..

The big thing is I'd like to zeta a toon which I can then use in arena, however without changing my current lineup the only option is Zoba.  My understanding is that Zoba's not a great first zeta.  So that means zeta-ing someone else, probably Vader or Kylo, and maybe doing a total lineup change.  With that in mind, I'm looking for suggestions for arena team lineups, or opinions on the following:



The top left is my current team, the next few are combos I figured would be best.  I also included some of my other characters so you have an idea of where they're at level and gear-wise.  I also have a 6-star R2 not pictured.

I know there's a lot here, but opinions on first zeta and arena team to use it in would be great.  Oh and before anyone suggests it, my jedi aren't worthy of a zeta, I don't have a usable Rex, and I don't have Baze.


My suggestion would be Vader and do a Sith/Empire team or do Maul and do a Sith team.  Vader has the advantage of being more helpful in raids, and also somewhat helpful in GW.

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 on: Today at 07:50:42 AM 
Started by rezeb360 - Last post by Darth Logos
Even if your life is pure happiness, i think you always have regrets ... I think that human kind is like that.


I am lucky enough to have all that i wanted (family, job ...) but now that i am 40, i am thinking about all the choices i made and i have some regrets ...

I think that it is very difficult to be satisfy ...
Exactly. I'm 36. And by life expectancies for my region, that actually puts me in the middle-aged category. I'm divorced with no kids, working a semi-crappy job. Not exactly what I was hoping for. But I have supreme faith the "Force" will place me where I am needed. So if I am here, that is where I am supposed to be. And if I am supposed to be thrust into greatness, history will make it so. No use crying over not doing anything that will change the world.

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 on: Today at 07:43:14 AM 
Started by BurceChuat - Last post by ThreadJack
No I think she means it very specifically.

Fixed it for you. Wink

And yes I literally meant affixed to my chest, attached to my body. Also yeah sorta low key the other way too.

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 on: Today at 07:42:45 AM 
Started by TR-77477 - Last post by Jediseth
I like Rustoleum satin clear. Some guys like matte, but I think it's too flat. You could go semi gloss, but I wouldn't go gloss. Satin is just barely shinny.  It's all preference really.

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 on: Today at 07:42:41 AM 
Started by brad81380 - Last post by Dano
I favor certain colors, but I am not overly picky about the color at this time.  My budget and time is tight, but I understand this will be a minimum $100 purchase, give or take, but definitely don't want to go over $150 for a first saber.  I know the minimum hilt I would get would run $65 normally, but there is a chance of getting something higher end as well, though not top tier.  I absolutely will need a covertec because I will have to carry it on me through the evening.  I am really looking at the grab bag as a beginner saber, though I was also looking at the Sentinel and Prophecy models straight out, but haven't really been able to decide if I would be better off with a straight out purchase yet.  Perhaps I should create a comparison spreadsheet to help me decide.

If your budget is $100-$150 and therefore you would be probably purchasing a stunt saber even if you did a straight out purchase, I can vouch for the Sentinel V4. I got one as a grab bag about a month ago and couldn't be happier with it. It feels amazingly comfortable. I can't vouch for the Prophecy as mine has not arrived yet due to backordering, but I have heard great things about it. Both those purchases you would know you're getting something great, instead of just leaving it up to chance. Just a thought.

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 on: Today at 07:28:32 AM 
Started by rezeb360 - Last post by Seblaise
Even if your life is pure happiness, i think you always have regrets ... I think that human kind is like that.


I am lucky enough to have all that i wanted (family, job ...) but now that i am 40, i am thinking about all the choices i made and i have some regrets ...

I think that it is very difficult to be satisfy ...

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 on: Today at 07:13:06 AM 
Started by rezeb360 - Last post by Dauntless Seven
To our younger members I give some advice...develop some kind of plan for your future.  It's said a lot but can't be stressed enough, you don't want to reach your mid 30s and look around and realize you have done nothing worthwhile.  It sucks.


I'm gonna have to disagree with this logic. I believe the #1 cause of mid-life crises is unfulfilled plans. Not being "where you should be", not having "what you thought you would." There is NO standard issue for success in life. I say if you're still alive at 30, count your blessings and carry on, because tomorrow is not promised. So why stress out over something that you cannot foresee, cannot control, and cannot guarantee. I'm not necessarily saying YOLO, but don't live for days that may or may not come.



Perhaps there is that delicate fine line of discernment where one is aware that today's thoughts and actions are collectively contributing to possible future outcomes both near and farther away.  One that does not have to primary rely upon the kind/generous graces from others... but is more autonomous and specific to the individual and their personal beliefs, desires, visions and goals.

My one regret is that I didn't get a PhD in basket weaving.  Wink Grin

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 on: Today at 06:37:07 AM 
Started by TR-77477 - Last post by Dauntless Seven
I have made a brutal start on mine and am hopefully on track. I just have to keep reminding myself this one needs to take precedence over the others or I will be very much OFF track  Cheesy Grin

My builds are currently strewn all over the place in boxes too.


Can't wait to see what you have created.  Boxes are a wonderful invention just behind the wheel and paper clips. Cheesy

This is for anyone.  What's the best protective clear spray for a black anodized saber that has been lightly sanded, engraved and has some accent with enamel paint ?  How many coats, matte or gloss, etc. ?  Thanks in advance.  Smiley

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