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by William C. Dietz

  • Author: William C. Dietz
  • ISBN: 0399144528
  • ISBN13: 978-0399144523
  • ePub: 1395 kb | FB2: 1384 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Putnam Adult; First Edition edition (November 9, 1998)
  • Pages: 126
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 650
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Star wars: dark forces: jedi knight ePub download

Following Dark Forces - Rebel Agent, the conclusion of this graphic-story-album trilogy chronicles the adventures of Kyle Katarn as he arrives on Ruusan only to discover that Jerec and his band of Dark Jedi are looting the Valley o. .

Following Dark Forces - Rebel Agent, the conclusion of this graphic-story-album trilogy chronicles the adventures of Kyle Katarn as he arrives on Ruusan only to discover that Jerec and his band of Dark Jedi are looting the Valley of the Jedi.

Star Wars is an American epic space-opera media franchise, centered on a film series created by George Lucas that includes Star Wars (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983). The series depicts the adventures of various characters "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away".

Dark Forces: Jedi Knight was the third and final volume in the Dark Forces trilogy of novellas written by William C. Dietz. It was originally released on October 14, 1998 by Dark Horse Comics and Boulevard. Both the hardcover and trade paperback include twenty-five full-color illustrations by Dave Dorman. ISBN 1569711577; October 14, 1998, Dark Horse Comics, 126-page hardcover. ISBN 0399144528; October 14, 1998, Boulevard, 126-page hardcover.

William Corey Dietz, informally known as Bill Dietz, is a science-fiction author, who wrote the Dark Forces trilogy, which consists of Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire, Dark Forces: Rebel Agent, and Dark Forces: Jedi Knight, based on the computer.

William Corey Dietz, informally known as Bill Dietz, is a science-fiction author, who wrote the Dark Forces trilogy, which consists of Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire, Dark Forces: Rebel Agent, and Dark Forces: Jedi Knight, based on the computer games Star Wars: Dark Forces and Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II. He was also slated to write Escape from Dagu, but the novel was canceled.

Star Wars: Dark Forces - Soldier for the Empire. In Soldier for the Empire, writer William Dietz . ore.

Based on the popular Star Wars: DARK FORCES and Star Wars: JEDI KNIGHT interactive games, this novella-length prose-story is written by acclaimed author William C. Dietz (The Final Battle) and illustrated by award-winning artist Dean Williams (Tarzan: The Lost Adventure). Star Wars: Dark Forces Issues List. Star Wars: Dark Forces 11/21/18. Classic Star Wars: A New Hope.

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William C. Deets Dean Williams. The crew stood in semicircular trenches cut into the highly polished deck. The Dark Jedi known as Jerec stood above the command pit and stared at the moon that floated beyond

William C. CHAPTER ONE. The relay that failed, and thereby saved Morgan Katarn's life, was an integral part of the pumping station that served the southeast quadrant of his homestead. The Dark Jedi known as Jerec stood above the command pit and stared at the moon that floated beyond. What he saw was a great deal more complex than what those around him perceived. Jerec was tall arid thin to the point of emaciation.

The conclusion of the Dark Forces trilogy of graphic novels based on the popular CD-ROM games, "Dark Forces" and "Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II," follows former Imperial soldier Kyle Katarn into battle against the Dark Jedi Jerec. 25,000 first printing.
Xinetan
I love that this childhood favorite game became a trilogy of books! The star wars EU deserves more love and this is by far my favorite material. The art is beautifully done and the overall book is lovely!
Mr.Twister
Ever since I first read the novellas, I loved the idea of Jedi Knight. Years later, when I finally played the game I still loved it despite the dated graphics and gameplay. Now, I've finally gotten my hands on a copy of this wonderful trilogy and it's beautiful artwork.
Disney, if you're listening, I want my Jedi Knight movie!
Xellerlu
Very good
Phobism
It said CD but I got cassettes
Gardataur
I had this book for a year before I actually read it. Since I primarily bought it for the great, poster quality, painted, full page illustrations it didn't matter. Besides I was under the impression that it was a "juvenile", a kid's book. Yeah, right, this is about as much a juvenile as is Heilein's _Starship Troopers_. There are some very gritty combat scenes here- and very well developed characters of depth. This is amazing in a novella of less than 120 pages (after you subtract the illustration pages.) There are hack writers out there that would have told this same story in 300 or 400, or more, pages, but Dietz does it in less than 120 without ommitting any detail, atmosphere, or continuity. That's the mark of a very skilled writer. Combined with the cover quality illustrations this book is practically a cinema quality experience all by itself. Moreover, I had not read the first two books of the trilogy, nor played the games, yet the book held together on its own.
Another thing, for a book that is so good on the combat and technical atmosphere, the metaphysics are also very satisfying. The tale of Lord Hoth and the Army of Light is truly worthy of the best of the Star Wars mythos. Indeed, it could almost be a grand finale in itself.
As a measure of how "in" to this I got, I finally ordered that universal remote shaped like a light saber for the TV. Hey, I needed a new remote anyway....
Goltigor
This book continues the adventures of Kyle Katarn, a young man who is training to become a Jedi. It is by far the best of the trilogy, which began with Soldier for the Empire. The novella is generally pretty good, connecting chapters (levels in the game) pretty well, and developing on Jan and Kyle properly. The plot is not too bad, and the illustrations are great. The drawings alone make this the best of the series, but the plot thickens as a bonus. Still, the novella fails to improve on some of the other books failings. The long and drawn out lightsaber battles in the movies and the game are shortened to just a few paragraphs in length, if that. Maw's duel with the young Kyle lasted no more than three sentences, and Selonia somehow manages to lose a battle she clearly has the upper hand in. While not quite as dissappointing (or as humorous) as Gorc's demise in Rebel Agent, the battles are still far too short for their own good, and a character who ends up dying early is developed almost as fully as Jan and Kyle are. Still, this is probably the best of the series, and a fine ending the trilogy. If you don't have the other two, buy this one first to see if this is the kind of book you want. It won't be very hard to catch on to what happened in the others, and the money you save if you don't like it will be worth it.
Itiannta
Well its based on the award winning game jedi knight, whick won best game ever by several pc magazines. the book is fantastic too. Dave Dorman does an awsome job with the art, and its the only star wars book out their that really gets the feel of the star wars saga. Its deals with desteny, love, action and a bunch of other cool things, and if you don't have the game, buy right now. its action packed. It has live video cutsences and you get to play around with a lightsaber and a couple force powers. oh and theirs 2 endings to the game. of chorse that all depends on wether you choose to follow the light or dark side of the force.
Bought 3 of these as a set for my teen-aged son, he really enjoyed them!
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