Here at Mos Eisley Radio we want to bring you not only the most recent news about The Old Republic, but also in-depth looks at classes, guilds, lore, and everything else fans care about in the galaxy far, far away. While the game is still in its infancy, we hope to bring you new shows at least every week. But as development ramps up and news starts to pour out, we plan to deliver a top-notch show every week to keep you updated on the latest and greatest in the Old Republic.
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When it comes to being one of those fanboys that knew they instantly loved the Star Wars saga the first time they watched a movie, that would perfectly describe Zach. He was a junkie of all things Star Wars since he was a little. While he might not be the smartest person in the world when it comes to lore he certainly does know his fair share of trivia. Most of his knowledge probably comes from reading almost every Star Wars CCG card put out by Decipher back in the day. Zach has played many Star Wars games over the years ranging from table-top to joystick. His favorite Star Wars video game to date would be Star Wars: Rebellion. Rogue Leader ranks up their pretty high though. Zach loves all things new media as well and is currently working on his New Media degree at IUPUI, in Indianapolis.
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With his earliest childhood memory being when he went to see Return of the Jedi in the theater at one-and-a-half years old, there has not been a time in Evan’s life that Star Wars was not a part of. Although not that great at X-Wing & Tie Fighter for PC, Evan has conquered both Knights of the Old Republic games nearly a half-dozen times each. Great thanks goes to his wife for allowing him to fill up every bookshelf in the house with Star Wars books and stacking boxes of comics in the closet. Evan has a bachelor’s degree in Classical Studies from Indiana University. And you know you’ve seen too much Star Wars when you compare the Prequel Trilogy to ancient Greek tragedy to explain why it should be appreciated more.
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His earliest memory of Star Wars is of having sword fights with his “lifesaver”. Of course, Leo eventually learned that they’re called “lightsabers” and that pieces of Matchbox car race track make terrible swords. Since that time Star Wars has always been a part of his life and even had the Imperial March played at his wedding. He’s played damned near every Star Wars video game and read almost all the non-Clone Wars Era books and comic books. Leo is now excited to be able to share his passion for all things Star Wars (well, except The Clone Wars) with the rest of the world.
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