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Battlefront 2 Single Player Campaign

So I finished it yesterday… and I’m not sure I’ve recovered from the ending yet.

I know there are a lot of issues and bitterness surrounding this game but I really, really recommend playing it, if only for the single player campaign. 

I’ve seen some people encouraging others to watch a stream of the whole thing, but I’m of the belief that you should pay creators to enjoy their content, so… I hope you buy it if you can afford to? And no, EA’s giant f-up isn’t an excuse, IMO.

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Forge a new path as Iden Versio, commander of Inferno Squad—an Imperial special forces unit equally lethal on the ground and in space. Encounter many of Star Wars ’ greatest characters in a story of revenge, betrayal, and redemption that spans 30 years.


little animatic thing I did using audio from @campaignpodcast!

Celebrating celebration!

This was small thank you to the lovely and talented and wholly incredible team from Never Tell Me the Pods and OneShot and the @campaignpodcast. It was an absolute delight to meet you all and spend our Saturday evening talking Star Wars and Campaign and just enjoying each others company.

… Then I realized I forgot Bacta’s scar in the printed pictures I made. So whoops! Now it’s an interactive poster :D Draw your own scar on Bacta. Maybe give Tryst a mustache!  

Moving up un the world

While playing a Star Wars campaign, we had to infiltrate an imperial base and seize it from the inside. Our first step was to sneak up to the hangar and destroy their ships so they couldn’t escape. Afer silently killing a couple of imperial soldiers we decided to take their clothes. Being the only human, I dressed as a soldier and escorted the rest of the group to the hangar as if they were my prisoners. Arriving there, we were seen by a slightly higher rank soldier.

Soldier: Hey, you! This area is off limits.

Me: Oh… I… the Grand Moff trusted me to deliver this filthy prisoners to the ship so we’d take them to an imperial prison.

Soldier: The Grand Moff told you?

Me: Yeah, you don’t want me to tell him who didn’t let me do my job, right?

(Rolled a slightly bad deception check)

Soldier: Is that so? I wasn’t informed of any new prisoners.

Me: Yeah, that’s why I’m getting promoted within the next year while you’re going to stay in your shitty job for the rest of your life!