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The A-Team of Star Wars is getting their own show…

Sometimes, it’s good to be bad.

Disney’s The Bad Batch released its first full official trailer one week ago (following the teaser released December 2020), and there’s a lot to discuss.

After clones were brought to the forefront of Star Wars fandom thanks to The Clone Wars, many are eager to see the return of this eccentric team of mismatched commandos.

WARNING: Spoilers for The Clone Wars, The Mandalorian, and The Rise of Skywalker ahead.

Who are the Bad Batch?

The Bad Batch is a misfit team of clone troopers who vary from the standard clone DNA. …


Knights of the Old Republic is getting a remake, or reboot, or…something. Maybe.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was the first video game that really drew me into gaming as an 11-year-old girl in the early 2000s. Its story, its characters, its plot twist, all ignited a love and passion for roleplaying games and storytelling that followed me into adulthood.

This highly-acclaimed, highly-awarded 2003 game is still a fan-favorite among the Star Wars fandom, or even just RPG gamers in general. And when news broke of a new KOTOR game in development, ecstatic fans took to the internet to search for the truth behind this.

Upon further investigation, it turned out…


Sometimes, it’s important to forget…

Sweetie (Photo by Author)

The inevitable, heart-breaking truth of animal guardianship is that we will almost always see our beloved pets pass away.

Three years ago, my family took our childhood cat Sweetie to the vet for the last time. We pet her for the last time, told her we loved her for the last time, and said goodbye to her for the last time.

Sweetie had just turned 21 years old. We’d had her since I was a toddler and, until the previous few years, it felt like she would always be around.

Sweetie was the last of 3 childhood pets that we…

Kassie Kimball

Freelance content writer. Aspirational minimalist. Bad vegan. Gamer and general nerd.

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