The Elven Padawan #1: Of Beginnings, Balrogs, and Bucketheads

Welcome to the first ever episode of The Elven Padawan podcast! In this episode, Shay introduces the show and what it’s all about. There’s a great segment on the Maiar of Middle-Earth. Then we dive helmet-first into quite the monologue on Stormtroopers: who they are, what they do, and why they can’t hit a stinkin’ thing!

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*something I forgot to mention in the episode itself: this podcast, at least for now, is also  available on SoundCloud! So check it out there, too (that link will take you directly to the page for “The Elven Padawan”.)

Shownotes:

That StarWars.com article

That Wookieepedia article

Star Wars: Rebels season 1 (episode #4 is “Breaking Ranks”)

“Servants of the Empire” by Jason Fry

Why Stormtroopers Can’t Aim – this is an article on what I addressed, about the will of the Force

Actual calculations on how fast blaster bolts travel – http://nerdist.com/adam-savage-calculates-the-speed-of-a-star-wars-blaster-bolt/ https://www.wired.com/2012/05/star-wars-blaster-speed/

Music/Sound effects:

Sound effects were from the Free Sound Project

Complete list of effects used for this episode:

Music during the beginning of the Stormtrooper monologue was “gravitationalWaves”, by Ayreon.

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