Ossus Academy Session 9: Guide to Reading Part 2

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Ossus Academy Session 9: Guide to Reading Part 2

Post by Evan » 15 May 2012, 02:44

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It came out even longer because we wanted to go back and really dig into the epic stories. You can tell because the sound quality is different, but oh well.
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Re: Ossus Academy Session 9: Guide to Reading Part 2

Post by Dieo » 15 May 2012, 22:57

Aw man, now I listened to all the podcasts!

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You should do a podcast on which force you think was the biggest threat to the Jedi. The old Sith, the new Sith, the Yuuzhan Vong, etc.

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Re: Ossus Academy Session 9: Guide to Reading Part 2

Post by Crackerbox » 16 May 2012, 01:34

Dieo wrote:You should do a podcast on which force you think was the biggest threat to the Jedi. The old Sith, the new Sith, the Yuuzhan Vong, etc.


...Troy Denning's writing.
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Ossus Academy Session 9: Guide to Reading Part 2

Post by Wood » 16 May 2012, 03:03

I think Lucas was a bigger threat than Troy :O


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Re: Ossus Academy Session 9: Guide to Reading Part 2

Post by Thneed » 10 Jun 2012, 06:56

Love the show!

I'm a 5th grade teacher and my students (and me) love the kids Star Wars books by Tom Angleberger. It started with The Strange Case of Origami Yoda and then Darth Paper Strikes Back. In August we'll get The Secret of the Fortune Wookie. No lore or real indepth plot here, but he drops in things that you most kids wouldn't notice like they go to McQuarrie Middle School in the Lucas County School District. I threw a Star Wars party in my classroom at the school year. Just good SW times revolving around reading.
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