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by Kaden01
6 years ago
Five Facts about Star Wars Episode VII

Find out above five known facts for Episode VII.

Entertainment
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Darth Bane: Path of Destruction Review

Darth Bane: Path of Destruction chronicles the exciting journey of a young man named Des to becoming the most powerful Sith Lord in the galaxy. The book serves as background material to the Rise of the Empire series; Bane was the first Sith Lord in a long line that climaxes with Palpatine's Sith Order.

Entertainment
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Red Alert: Alternative history?

Red Alert is a Westwood Studios video game that was released in 1996. The game followed on the heels of the very popular Command and Conquer: Tiberian Dawn released in 1995. This game allows you to play in an alternative reality....

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
The Confederate States of America

The Confederate States of America existed between 1861 and 1865. During the CSA's period of existance, constant war raged. During the America Civil War the dixie Confederacy would be plagued by constant hardship, war, and hunger. The entire antebellum society and planter class that...

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Early USA terrorist organizations

This article will focus on three early U.S. terror organizations. They range widely by time, and goals. The three this article will focus on are the Knights of the Golden Circle (1863-1865?), the KKK (still in existance), and the Weather Underground (1960s-1970s). Like I have already...

Technology
by Kaden01
9 years ago
The Brotherhood of Nod: Heroes or Villians?

The Brotherhood of Nod is a fictional organization that existed in Westwood's Command and Conquer series, and later in EA's Command and Conquer series. This article will examine Tiberian Dawn and Tiberian Sun, because I do not believe any EA...

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Films that continue the Lost Cause Myth

The Lost Cause Myth or Lost Cause of the Confederacy was a label given to the literary, and intellectual movements that attempted to cope with the loss of the Confederacy. The myth often portrays Confederarte leadership as the Cavaliers of old, as noble, brave, warriors. The Union...

Entertainment
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Cancelled LucasArts Projects

Find out about Lucas Arts latest Star Wars projects. These games will never come to light, but have been released to the public now that Lucas Arts is no longer a gaming studio.

History
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Russia's Greatest Naval Victory: The Battle of Chesma

The Battle of Chesma was a major naval engagement between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire near the Anatolia peninsula. It is widely regarded as one of Russia's greatest naval victories if not the greatest naval victory during the Imperial period.

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
The Soviet Experiment part one

The Soviet Experiment part one will be the first of three articles that details the rise, fall, and aftermath of the Soviet Union. Some important themes to consider throughout; nationalism, resistance and dictatorship, equality, and communism itself. One of the most important struggles that occured...

History
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Five October Historical Events

Find out about five famous historical events that occurred in October.  These are some of the greatest macro-historical moments for the human race.  Read to find out what they are.  

Entertainment
by Kaden01
6 years ago
The Five Greatest Sith Lords of All Time

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith was released in 2005 and fans finally got a chance to see the internal events one must go through to become a Sith Lord. However, the film did not shed light on who the Sith were before Palpatine/Sidious and Anakin/Vader. There were Sith Lords before the two shown through the main Star Wars films and this article will examine the most powerful of the order across a wide spectrum. From comics to films we will rate five of the greatest Sith Lords.

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Star Wars

The Star Wars gen re began in 1977 with Episode Four: A New Hope. This film launched the amazingly-successful Star Wars genre. Everyone has found memories of watching Luke Skywalker flying down the death star trench to deliver the final, fateful blow, to...

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Failures of the Star Wars prequels

The classical Star Wars trilogy has gone down in the annals as Film Making as brilliant. So, what does that say for the prequel Star Wars trilogy. George Lucas set out to create a prequel trilogy that would explain the rise of...

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Terry Brooks

Terry Brooks began his writing career with the 1977 Sword of Shannara this book was the beginning of a long and still ongoing fantasy series, the Shannara series. The successive series picked up steam with the overwelming success of Sword of Shannara. The...

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
The Werwolf resistance

As Nazi Germany's downfall become more and more imminent. Groups of ununiformed, partisan, commandoes were sent behind enemy lines. These actions which began in 1944 are relatively uneventufl. However, they were called the Werwolfs and would be instrumental in continuing the war after Nazi...

Entertainment
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Star Wars: The Old Republic Review

Bioware is an amazing company that produces high-end quality games so how did they go so wrong with SWTOR? The game has been out for over a year and a half, but it hasn't gotten much better since the release. This article intends to discover the truth about what makes Star Wars: The Old Republic so stale.

Technology
by Kaden01
9 years ago
TOR: The WoW killer?

To begin, there has been a Star Wars MMO already done, that failed game, that made so many mistakes it will never be redeemed is Star Wars: Galaxies. However, hopefully unlike that game, The Old Republic will succeed and add a new layer...

Entertainment
by Kaden01
6 years ago
A Glorious Failure: Rome Total War II

Find out how the successor to the best selling Real Time Strategy (RTS) game Rome Total War fared in my latest review: Rome Total War II

Lifestyle
by Kaden01
9 years ago
Edgar Cayce: psychic or fake?

Edgar Cayce was a American psychic born in March 18th, 1887 and died January 3rd 1945. Cayce was able to slip into a trance-like state where he could use his subconscious mind to answer questions. Cayce is well known for his healing...

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