Fortress of Arrogance

Posted by Admin - April 24th, 2014

Hello, I’d like to show you my latest painted vechicle. I really enjoyed painting black and gold color scheme – it works great together.
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Check-In Interview: Mark Lawrence

Posted by Admin - April 23rd, 2014

lawrence-princeoffoolsPrince of Fools by Mark Lawrence publishes June 3, 2014.

Can you hear that? That is the sound of much rejoicing! Mark is responsible for the Broken Empire trilogy, a dark series beginning with Prince of Thorns and featuring a fantastic if vengeful anti-hero in Jorg Ancrath. Every week that passes, word of mouth gets this series into new readers’s hands and now Mark has a large fan base that he must keep happy with new work — or pay the price Jorg-style!

For this Check-In Interview, I decided to focus on Mark’s new book, Prince of Fools. It is set within the same world as Broken Empire but the trilogy will be told from a new point of view.

Here we go! Checking up with Mark Lawrence:

CHECK-IN INTERVIEW: MARK LAWRENCE

Shawn Speakman: PRINCE OF FOOLS publishes on June 3rd. It has been featured on many “cannot wait for these books” lists. Where are you at in its publication process? Still writing? Editing? Copy editing? Proofing the final pages? And how did you acquire the cover modeling services of soccer star and celebrity David Beckham?

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Mark Lawrence: I finished writing the book in January last year. I think the editing was completed last summer (there was a 6 month break – it didn’t take long to edit). I finished writing the sequel this January and my editor has been editing that book (as yet untitled) and hopefully we’re pretty much finished there. Right now I’m writing the last book of the trilogy and I’m 15,000 words into that.
The UK cover is by Jason Chan who did the Broken Empire covers and our ‘hero’ Jalan Kendeth just shows us the back of his head. The US cover is by Chris McGrath and he always seems to show faces (I think he works from photos of models). And yes, the guy on the cover does bear a remarkable resemblance to David Beckham, though people have also said he looks a bit like a younger more handsome more hirsute version of me too.

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Shawn Speakman: The story of Jorg Ancrath has captivated readers and word of mouth is making that story a must read for everyone. How does PRINCE OF FOOLS work into the Broken Empire trilogy? And do you worry that readers won’t embrace Prince Jalan Kendeth like they did Jorg?

Mark Lawrence: The Red Queen’s War trilogy runs in parallel to Jorg’s story, covering the same period of six years and criss-crossing the same continent. Jalan’s path occasionally crosses Jorg’s and they interact with many of the same characters, though ones that may have played minor roles in Jorg’s tale play major ones in Jalan’s and vice versa.
I don’t want readers to embrace Jalan like they did Jorg … I want them to embrace him in a whole new way! I guess everyone is a touch nervous about a new book, be it with a new character or not. I don’t feel any more worried releasing Prince of Fools than I did any of my other books. I’ve already far exceeded my expectations in terms of success and I’m grateful for it – people will like my next book or they won’t.

Shawn Speakman: You are one of the hardest working writers, not only for words written per day but your social media presence. How do you find a balance between writing and online publicity? And what cool publicity things can we look forward to? ARC giveaways? Early excerpts? Possible tour events for PRINCE OF FOOLS?

Mark Lawrence: Social media doesn’t feel like work to me. If it did I wouldn’t do it. It’s fun, but I don’t think it makes a big difference to success – that rides on the words between the covers, not on forums or facebook. I don’t try to find a balance. I do as much writing and as much ‘internet’ as I want and it hasn’t proved difficult to write a book a year. If I were failing to meet deadlines then yes, I’d have to focus and cry off facebook/twitter/reddit until I was back on track … hasn’t happened yet though.
I’ve just given my last Prince of Fools ARC away – we’ve had a bunch of contests etc. I’m hoping to release an excerpt soon. Tour events are out though. Apart from when I’m at my day job (research scientist) I never get more than 3 hours off from caring for my very disabled youngest daughter – and I still have to be on hand for lifting – so if it’s not within 5 miles of my house … it ain’t happening!

Prince of Fools by Mark Lawrence will publish on June 3, 2014! It is the first book in a new trilogy. If you haven’t read the Broken Empire trilogy, this might be a great place for you to begin your foray through Mark’s work!

But why wait? Read Prince of Thorns now and make your way through the next two books in preparation for Prince of Fools!

Visit Mark on Facebook and Twitter!

Which author would you like me to check-in with next?


speakman-shawnShawn Speakman is the author of The Dark Thorn, an urban/epic fantasy hybrid novel bestselling author Terry Brooks calls, “a fine tale by a talented writer.”

He is also editor and contributor of Unfettered, a fantasy anthology featuring some of the best writers in the genre. When Shawn isn’t lying for a living, he runs The Signed Page and Grim Oak Press.


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2014 Gemmell Awards Shortlist Announced

Posted by Admin - April 21st, 2014

lynch-republic2014 SHORTLISTS ANNOUNCED FOR DAVID GEMMELL AWARDS FOR FANTASY

This year sees the sixth running of the David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy, one of fantasy fiction’s most prestigious prizes, with the superb trophies to be awarded at a stunning ceremony this June at London’s glamorous Magic Circle. With just a few months to go until this exciting event, the shortlists for each of the three prize categories have just been announced at this year’s EasterCon event, and again feature some of the best-known and most talented names within the field.

The Legend Award for Best Novel includes three of America’s biggest names in fantasy, with titles from Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan, Peter V Brett and Scott Lynch, as well as superb titles from British authors Mark Lawrence and Adrian Tchaikovsky.

The Morningstar Award is given for Best Debut, and features an intriguing mix of titles. Whilst the major fantasy imprints are represented by first novels from Antoine Rouaud and Brian McLellan, independent and tie-in publishing are strongly represented by debuts from Luke Scull (Head of Zeus), Mark T Barnes (47 North) and David Guymer (Black Library).

The Ravenheart Award for Best Cover Art is a unique award acknowledging and celebrating the superb work done by fantasy artists, and this year features a truly international set of nominees in Benjamin Carre, Jason Chan, Michael Frost and Gene Mollica, Cheol Joo Lee and Rhett Podersoo.

Stan Nicholls, Chair for the Gemmell Awards, said:

‘This year’s shortlist once again represents some of the very finest in fantasy fiction, with some incredible titles featured in all the categories. This year also represents a fascinating mixture not only of international names but also different aspects of the publishing world, showcasing the depth of quality in modern fantasy.’

FULL SHORTLISTS:

Legend Award (Best novel)

  • The Daylight War by Peter V Brett (Del Rey Books US)
  • Emperor of Thorns by Mark Lawrence (Harper Collins UK)
  • The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch (Del Rey Books US)
  • A Memory of Light by Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan (Tor/Forge US)
  • War Master’s Gate by Adrian Tchaikovsky (Tor UK)

Morningstar Award (Best debut novel)

  • The Garden of Stones by Mark T Barnes (47 North)
  • Headtaker by David Guymer (Black Library)
  • Promise of Blood by Brian McLellan (Orbit)
  • The Path of Anger by Antoine Rouaud (Gollancz)
  • The Grim Company by Luke Scull (Head of Zeus)

Ravenheart Award (Best cover art)

  • Benjamin Carre for the cover of The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch (Gollancz)
  • Jason Chan for the cover of Emperor of Thorns by Mark Lawrence (Harper Collins UK)
  • Cheol Joo Lee for the cover of Skarsnik by Guy Haley (Black Library)
  • Gene Mollica and Michael Frost for the cover of Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan (Orbit)
  • Rhett Podersoo for the cover of She Who Waits by Daniel Polansky (Hodder)

The David Gemmell Awards ceremony will take place at London’s Magic Circle on the 13th June.

Best of luck to the talented!


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George R.R. Martin On Which Of His Characters He’d Like To Play On ‘A Game of Thrones’

Posted by Admin - April 19th, 2014

ABC News grabbed a few minutes with George R.R. Martin via telecast, and asked him to weigh in on a few questions from their viewers, among them which of his characters he’d like to play in HBO’s A Game of Thrones. His answer surprised me. Give it a guess and then watch the video.


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Are any of our readers watching the series right now? What do you think so far? Is there a part that you can’t wait to see now that the… um… other wedding is behind us?


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Cage Match 2014 Minecraft Replay Final Round: Leia vs Leia

Posted by Admin - April 15th, 2014

Each year, Suvudu pits iconic characters from the Sci-Fi and Fantasy canon in a battle to the death, asking geek writers to dramatize the battles and our readers to vote on the outcome. This year, we’re adding a whole new layer to our March Madness shenanigans: we’re doing a highlight replay in Minecraft for all 5 rounds, bringing in a few special guests each week to help recreate some of the more epic battles.

Click here to read the final match’s write-up.

In Week 5, our grand finale week, we’ve got The Magicians Trilogy author Lev Grossman representing Leia. Defending Leia once again is our very own Emily Hughes, resident social media overlord at Random House.

The arena and the rules are modified every week as surprises abound. The readers may have already decided the winner of this round, but who will emerge victorious in the Minecraft arena? Find out… now!


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A New ‘Ask Terry Brooks’ Posted

Posted by Admin - April 15th, 2014

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We learn by asking questions.

Learning has become easier with the internet(s)!

For many years the only chance a fan had of speaking to bestselling author Terry Brooks was to meet him at tour events or conventions. Now, via Suvudu and his website, Terry will accept two questions from each fan per month. On the last day of the month, five questions will be randomly drawn. Terry will answer these five questions and they will be posted monthly for your enjoyment.

Below are the questions selected last month and Terry’s answers! Enjoy!

Note: This section may contain spoilers!

Dear Readers,

A few more Ask Terry questions with some answers:

James Fitzgerald writes: Mr. Brooks, will there be another book in the Landover series?

Terry Brooks replies: Yes. As soon as Warner Brothers announces that Magic Kingdom is proceeding to filming, I will begin work on a sequel to Princess of Landover. I hope that will happen by Fall.

Jacob Dettwyler writes: Hey Terry I was wondering why choose MTV? There’s ABC, AMC, or the CW.

Terry Brooks replies: We had interest expressed by almost a dozen networks. MTV made the most aggressive and convincing offer. There are many reasons why this is so, but chief among them was the depth of their commitment to the series. They have chosen to go with the entire Elfstones of Shannara book in the first season in 12 episodes. They have indicated their intention of breaking it out as a major series. The people at MTV are the kind of people I like working with. I could go on, but the bottom line was that we liked them best.

Sandro Bucci writes: Would you consider a Shannara series tying the Legends series into First King?

Terry Brooks replies: I already plan to write forward from The Measure of the Magic to First King after I fulfill my commitment to myself to end the series in the next five years with the final three books. I want to do that as a precaution against the inevitable happening too quickly. After that, I will go back and fill in the gaps.

Matthew Macomber writes: Would you be willing/able to share any teasers of the non-Shannara novel you have been working on lately?

Terry Brooks replies: It is essentially YA in the same way that Sword was all those years ago. It is futuristic rather than fantasy. It has all the usual Brooks Books trademarks in the writing and story. My gut feeling? You will love it.

Conrad Stinnett writes: In your last trilogy, it was mentioned that Ard Rhys Khyber was the only Druid who used the Druid Sleep and that the other Druids of the 4th order died from natural causes. Why was she the only one who used the Sleep? Isn’t the Druid Sleep for all Druids? If not, why not?

Terry Brooks replies: You will see why with the publication of High Druid’s Blade this July and The Darkling Child in 2015.

See you next month!

Best Wishes,

To ask your own questions of Terry Brooks, visit his website at www.terrybrooks.net!


speakman-shawnShawn Speakman is the author of The Dark Thorn, an urban/epic fantasy hybrid novel bestselling author Terry Brooks calls, “a fine tale by a talented writer.”

He is also editor and contributor of Unfettered, a fantasy anthology featuring some of the best writers in the genre. When Shawn isn’t lying for a living, he runs The Signed Page and Grim Oak Press.


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Cloud City Intrigue in ‘Star Wars: Edge of the Empire: The Jewel of Yavin’

Posted by Admin - April 14th, 2014

star_wars_edge_rpg_the_jewel_of_yavin-425611388448093dThe Jewel of Yavin is the second adventure for Fantasy Flight Games’ Star Wars tabletop role-playing game, Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, and in many ways a total about-face from the first adventure Beyond the Rim. Where Beyond the Rim was an action-heavy wilderness survival adventure set on a jungle planet far from the lights of civilization (but not far enough from the Empire), The Jewel of Yavin is a tale of intrigue set in the lap of luxury: Fabulous Cloud City, anchored above the gas giant Bespin. The Jewel of Yavin is to Beyond the Rim as Ocean’s 11 is to First Blood: Part 2.

Gambling is a big source of income for Cloud City, and while there are plenty of opportunities for players to try their luck at the city’s casinos, the big game going is the Cloud City Grand Prix: a high stakes race through the clouds backed by some of the galaxy’s most powerful beings. At the time of the players’ arrival, the race is just about to get underway. That’s not why they’re at Cloud City, though – or at least, not the main reason they’ve come.

There’s a gem stone of incalculable somewhere in Cloud City, and the players have been hired to steal it. Unfortunately for them, they aren’t the only beings in town looking for the Jewel of Bespin, and the stakes are probably going to get higher than anything that’s on the line at the sabacc tables. In a city of thieves, card sharks, con men, and scoundrels, players are going to have to stay on their toes in order to accomplish their mission – or even leave Cloud City alive. The scenario at the heart of The Jewel of Yavin offers plenty of opportunities for thieves, scoundrels, slicers and other low-lives to show off their skills, but other character types won’t have any problem finding things to do.

As every Star Wars fan knows, Cloud City was the place that Lando Calrissian lost the legendary Millennium Falcon in a game of Sabacc, and since just about anyone reading this is probably already curious, I’ll go ahead and confirm that Baron Administrator Lando (as well as Lobot!) is indeed included in the adventure, and there are probably more than a few opportunities for players to meet him if they want – and maybe even if they don’t want. There’s lots of ways for someone that’s a little too curious for their own good to get into trouble, and Lando, above anything else, wants to preserve Cloud City’s freedom. Anyone who threatens that will probably find themselves quickly ejected from the city. If they’re lucky, their exit won’t come via airlock.

The war between the Rebellion and the Empire has raged across the galaxy, but Cloud City has been able to remain neutral – no doubt due in part to the Baron Administrator’s deft negotiating skills. The City doesn’t support either of the warring factions, or at least doesn’t support one more than the other. This, along with the city authorities’ deep and abiding disinterest in the background or legal status of its visitors, makes it a perfect place for espionage and intrigue. There’s no telling who anyone really is or why they’re there, so the players may be rubbing elbows with Imperial and Rebellion intelligence agents alike. There’s no end of subplots and adventure fodder that could develop here.

Like Beyond the Rim, The Jewel of Yavin is also a small campaign setting. The notable people, important places, and unique traditions of Cloud City are broadly detailed in entries about all of the city’s sub-levels. The city is all opulence and luxury on the surface, but there’s a grimy underside that keeps things going, and it’s not very pretty, and I’m not just talking about the Ugnauts. (They receive a great deal of care and detail in the book, by the way.) There are plenty of stories about tourists who wander off the beaten path and disappear in the bowels of the city, never to be seen again.

If you’ve ever wondered about Cloud City and fantasized about what it might be like to slip about through its mysterious corridors or fly around in a cloud car, then this is the book for you. Players will love the adventure, and gamemasters could use the city as an excellent, pre-made home base for launching continuing adventures,both inside the city and out into the galaxy.

Publisher’s Description:

Scrape together a crew and prepare for the heist of a lifetime in The Jewel of Yavin, a ninety page adventure supplement for Star Wars®: Edge of the Empire™.

Set in Bespin’s Cloud City, The Jewel of Yavin includes plenty of opportunities for all characters to shine as they work to steal the priceless corusca gem.

Game Masters will find the Cloud City gazetteer section especially useful, both for running The Jewel of Yavin adventure and for basing their own Edge of the Empire campaigns on the floating city. The section features over a dozen pages of material detailing locations in the plaza district, Port Town, and the industrial levels.


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‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Shooting In Abu Dhabi?

Posted by Admin - April 13th, 2014

“Difficult to see. Always in motion is the future.”- Yoda

We’ve got another fresh Star Wars: Episode VII rumor. The Hollywood Reporter‘s Borys Kit and Alex Whitman report that “sources” have stated that Star Wars: Episode VII shooting is set to begin mid-May in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Needless to say, THR – as well as many others – believe that the Abu Dhabi desert will stand in for Tatooine, but who knows? There’s probably more than a couple of desert planets in the universe.

We’ve got a long while to go until we see Episode VII, but if you’re in the mood for some Star Wars action set on Tatooine, then you should check out John Jackson Miller’s excellent Kenobi:

The Republic has fallen.
Sith Lords rule the galaxy.
Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi has lost everything . . .
Everything but hope.

Tatooine—a harsh desert world where farmers toil in the heat of two suns while trying to protect themselves and their loved ones from the marauding Tusken Raiders. A backwater planet on the edge of civilized space. And an unlikely place to find a Jedi Master in hiding, or an orphaned infant boy on whose tiny shoulders rests the future of a galaxy.

Known to locals only as “Ben,” the bearded and robed offworlder is an enigmatic stranger who keeps to himself, shares nothing of his past, and goes to great pains to remain an outsider. But as tensions escalate between the farmers and a tribe of Sand People led by a ruthless war chief, Ben finds himself drawn into the fight, endangering the very mission that brought him to Tatooine.

Ben—Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, hero of the Clone Wars, traitor to the Empire, and protector of the galaxy’s last hope—can no more turn his back on evil than he can reject his Jedi training. And when blood is unjustly spilled, innocent lives threatened, and a ruthless opponent unmasked, Ben has no choice but to call on the wisdom of the Jedi—and the formidable power of the Force—in his never-ending fight for justice.


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Which Painful Origin Story Would You NOT Choose?

Posted by Admin - April 11th, 2014

wolverine-silvestriOrigins create superheroes.

Or rather, every superhero has an origin.

I went to Captain America: The Winter Soldier last week and, during its viewing, the movie goer gets a flash back scene when Steve Rogers is a weakling. I sat there thinking, “The first movie had a great origin story. They really did it justice.”

Then I went back to watching what will probably be my favorite movie of 2014. Yes, The Winter Soldier is that good. But once I got home I asked, “What is my favorite origin?”

I took it a step further. “What established origin would you choose for yourself?”

One step further, because Steve Rogers dealt with a lot of pain in his origin story. “What painful established origin would you choose for yourself?”

There are a number of them.

For some reason, the first origin that popped into my mind was Spider-Man. A radioactive spider bites Peter Parker. I hate—and I mean hate—spider bites. Just the idea of something digging into my skin. Yeah, sure, it would give me super, web-slinging powers but I’d hate the bite. I know. I’m a wuss.

Next up? Superman. Clark Kent discovers he is an alien from a long-dead planet, his parents blown to smithereens. He is the last of his kind, a terrible fate. While it would be great to have Jonathan and Martha Kent as adoptive parents, being utterly alone on a different world would be hard to deal with.

Then there is Batman. Don’t even get me started. He witnesses the murder of his parents. From that murder, Bruce Wayne becomes a vigilante, devoting every breath of his life to fighting crime.

Wolverine? Loses his memory. And gets infused with lava-hot Adamantium. Really? The pain would be absolutely excruciating!

Iron Man? Shards of metal trying to kill you with every beat of your heart?

Hulk? You get the picture.

Many origins are so painful, would having power matter?

Two questions for you is:

What painful origin story could you deal with? Or, in a twist, which one would you not want?

I could deal with Spider-Man’s spider bite. I hate bites but it would be short-lived and temporary pain. I know I wouldn’t be able to deal with Batman’s origin. I don’t think I’d be able to temper my rage at having my parents stolen from me to not simply kill every murderous criminal I came across, ala Dexter Morgan.

What about you?

Which origin?


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Cage Match 2014: Round 4: Leia Organa vs Arya Stark: Page

Posted by Admin - April 7th, 2014

The Contestants


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Leia Organa: Page
The Star Wars Expanded Universe
Age: 60
Race: Human female
Weapons / Artifacts: Lightsaber, blaster, the Force, sarcasm
Special
Attack:
The dreaded Cuts Like a Knife, where she skewers your body with a lightsaber while skewering your sould with a withering retort

Arya Stark: Page
George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire
Age: 11
Race: Human female
Weapons / Artifacts: Sword
Special
Attack:
Water dancing

The Breakdown

Advantages

  • Jedi Knight: Her Force abilities allow her to sense danger, anticipate an opponent’s movements, wield telekinesis, and attack with lightning speed
  • Petite stature often lulls foes into a false sense of security
  • She brandishes a lightsaber with deadly accuracy
  • Her extremely light tread allows her to sneak up on her opponents. She could theoretically ambush and subdue Munchausen before he ever even heard her over the sound of his own voice
  • Her sharp, analytical mind is superior to most
Advantages

  • Experienced killer
  • Stealth
  • Deception
Disadvantages

  • Short temper
  • Arya may remind her of her own daughter, Jaina
Disadvantages

  • Young
  • Vengeful
  • Small stature
Kills

Kills

  • Robert Neville
    To become legend, you have to die first.
  • Trillian Astra
    Improbability factor low. Very, very low.
  • Eowyn
    No living man is she. No living woman neither, for that matter.

How we think the fight will go

Leia Organa Solo, Jedi Knight, had thought it was outrageous that she was expected to fight a little girl. Then she actually met the little girl in question.

They sized each other up from across the wooded clearing. Arya Stark was filthy from head to toe, for one thing, which would make Leia feel sorry for her if it weren’t for the fact that the girl seemed to revel in it. And if it weren’t for the look in the girl’s gray eyes. There was fury there, but somehow that rage of emotion didn’t make Arya look more alive, but rather barely living. The fire that burned in her eyes was dull, not radiant. It was as if that fury was all the girl had left.

“What’re you waiting for, then,” the girl spat. She hefted the thin sword in her left hand. Greasy bangs fell in front of the girl’s face, and Leia was glad to be spared some of that gray gaze.

Leia ignited her lightsaber. The girl took a small step back in surprise, but then squared her shoulders and snarled. The sound had an unsettling animal quality to it.  “We don’t have to do this,” Leia said, though she knew they did. Still, maybe she could get the girl to surrender quietly.

Or maybe not, Leia thought as the girl flew at her in a battle rage. Leia side-stepped the girl easily, but kept her back turned just a split-second too long; her head jerked back as the girl tugged at her braid, and then—

“You cut my hair!” Leia said in shock, staring at the girl holding the length of Leia’s gray-streaked brown braid in her hand. “Why you little–”

The girl smiled, but there was no real mirth in it. “I’ll cut more than that,” she said, and struck at Leia with her sword.

Leia swung back with Jedi reflexes, her lightsaber easily cutting the thin blade in two. The girl stared at what remained of her sword in shock and rage. “Will you yield now?” Leia asked with a sigh. The girl was impressively underhanded, and possibly had a stronger fighting spirit than even Leia’s daughter, Jaina, but there was only one way this was going to end.

“Never,” the girl said. She bared her teeth – was she going to use those as weapons next? – and leapt at Leia like a small, rabid wolf.

Her heart sinking, Leia raised her lightsaber and did what she had to do.


Predicted Winner: Leia Organa



NOTE: THIS MATCH ENDS ON Thursday, April 10, 2014, AT 12:00 PM, EST

Check out all the Cage Match 2014 posts!

Editor’s Note: Jennifer Heddle is senior editor of adult fiction at Lucasfilm Ltd. and loves Princess Leia most of all. She can be found on Twitter at @jenheddle. Jess Nevins is the author of numerous works of genre non-fiction, including the Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana, the Encyclopedia of Pulp Heroes, and the forthcoming The Victorians For Freshmen.

Check out the the Bracket Reveal video here and the full bracket here!

Cage Match fans: We are looking forward to hearing your responses! If possible, please abstain from including potential spoilers about the books in your comments (and if you need spoilers to make your case, start your comments with: “SPOILER ALERT!”


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