Standing just over 1.8 meters tall, he was broad-shouldered and well developed, despite having spent most of his thirty-odd standard years in earnest rumination and reflection, often scribbling the results of all that thinking on whatever was handy. His hair was uncombed, falling around his face in heavy strands in a way that made him dashing in the sunlight and dangerous in the dark.
Remote. A bit desolate, but tranquil. He nodded his chin towards Jyn.
“Plenty of room for this one to run around.” He pulled his datapad from
his pant pocket and showed them the image of a green, black, and blue
planet with a wide ring. “It’s called Lah’mu.”
Standing just over 1.8 meters tall, he was broad-shouldered and well developed, despite having spent most of his thirty-odd standard years in earnest rumination and reflection, often scribbling the results of all that thinking on whatever was handy. His hair was uncombed, falling around his face in heavy strands in a way that made him dashing in sunlight, dangerous in the dark.
Description of Galen Erso, Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno
“dashing in sunlight, dangerous in the dark” oh just KILL ME RIGHT NOW I’M ONLY ON PAGE 2
(from Star Wars: Catalyst - A Rogue One Novel )
the birth of the human child coincided with the first day of the spring season
he raked away the hair from his face with his fingers and turned his attention from the notebook to watch Jyn, still so completely absorbed in what she was doing she might have been in a world of her own
READ CATALYST. READ ABOUT LYRA ERSO THE SPACE ARCHEOLOGIST. READ ABOUT GALENS STRUGGLE WITH THE WELL BEING OF HIS FAMILY. READ KRENNICS BEING A MANIPULATIVE LITTLE SHIT. READ ABOUT LYRA ESSENTIALLY TELLING KRENNIC OFF (MORE THAN ONCE!!) READ ABOUT BABY JYN BEINF AN ANNOYING AND CURIOUS AND CUTE AND CRYING BECAUSE SHE IS JUST A CHILD BUT KRENNIC MAKES HER UPSET. READ CATALYST
first meet Jimin when you’re five years old, your white wings barely
functional; carefully, cautiously, you try to lower yourself onto the ground, and manage to accidentally land in a pile of…deer…poop. You wince and gag.
Jimin, who had been chasing
flitting shadows and stretching his ebony wings nearby, witnesses the incident and laughs, (unbearably)
“Shut up,” you growl, clenching
your fists. “Mind your own business, damn demon.”
He only laughs harder, as if set
on pissing you off. Thoroughly annoyed, you bend down, grab a handful of the literal shit, and chuck it straight at his face.
He doesn’t laugh at you for a
good few years after that.
While I would never pick this ending and it’d be stupid for Shepard, the “don’t use the catalyst” ending is really cool. It’s so eerie and also incredibly depressing, but I encourage everyone to watch it on YouTube. It’s kind of beautiful. The reason I got this ending is because I heard there is a 5th option in which you can shoot the Catalyst and I just HAD to try. I hate that little shit so much. It was hilarious, terrifying, and sad. What a ride.