On one hand, it was amazing to reach Hoth as a chiss. On the other, it was fucking terrifying.
The chiss are my chosen people in the Star Wars universe and no harm should come to them (at least not by my hands), but when the railroading gets going no one gets off that ride and, well, seeing so many chiss around REALLY made me nervous.
Sha joined by my pal Oliver's Ashroad, affectionately nicknamed Trashroad on occasion.
How DARE you make a strip about chiss on Hoth and NOT make a bad pun about coldness and their blue skin. I must say that I'm dissapointed. XD
@Sharp-Claw: I am already ashamed of the title of this comic, please do not demand more horrid puns from me, it hurts my very soul
Ashroad's facial expression is wonderful, I can totally relate to it; my jedi knight (who yes, is a chiss, and yes, she's a force user... don't judge me, swtor can use more good, sword-dancing drow goddesses... right?) pretty much did the same face every time she had to endure a chiss joke (and boy, never realized they made so many...) on pub side during her stay on Hoth... all of them usually delivered with the same carelessness as Sha *lol*.
I can't recall, do you actually have to kill any Chiss on Hoth as imperials.
@Nayra: I was so raw from all the rude comments from humans that by the time I got to Quesh and Hunter said something about the (rather poisonous) sky bringing out my (red) eyes everything went from "fine I can be nice to you despite everything" to "HOW FUCKING DARE YOU I AM DONE WITH EVERYTHING COME OVER HERE SO I CAN PUNCH YOU" in a heartbeat.
@Norgrath: Actually, no. I was terrified the whole time, but turns out that you can make it through that planet without killing chiss.
@zenat: That was kind of the point of Hunter.
@Norgrath: Don't underestimate how long I will like horrible characters. Hunter alone was not enough, it took a galaxy of insults to tip the scale :p