Are you incapable of latching onto a Veteran General character as a protaginist in Star Wars because they lack a Human element to them?BeetleManiac said:Then what's the point? The setting you describe already exists: The Old Republic.Samtemdo8 said:What I did was made the backdrop, the setting, the established world and its characters. I did not write a story to go along with it yet.
I'm not the one proposing a reboot. And the reason people call your ideas boring is because they're generic and they don't have any human element to latch onto. Without people, a setting is just a bunch of proper nouns. You haven't demonstrated an understanding of why Star Wars became the cultural touchstone that it did. Just that you want it to conform to your tastes.Infact I would like to know what kind of story you would make the set up I presented?
And I understand, I understand certainly why Star Wars is the cultural touchstone it is, I own the 6 movies, I watch the People vs George Lucas documentary and the people within explaining why Star Wars was such a big thing to them. But lately I think the fans ruined Star Wars for me, and that is a whole story I would like to explain but its a long one.