GetThrawnIn Campaign: Before We Knew Thrawn Would Be Re-canonized

You all know that the #Thrawn you read in the #StarWars novels will differ from the one seen on the screen in #StarWarsRebels, right?

Does this bother us?

As long as they keep the primary integrity of his character as outlined in our campaign (source), we do not care. 

In short, he’s blue with red-in-red eyes – a Chiss (which they might not be able to say for legal reasons).

He’s brilliant, precise in his mannerisms and demeanor, authoritative like a high-ranking officer, a tactician, and a strategist, and he loves fine art and classical music.

He’s a megalomaniac with some psychosis. It will come out in his speech ever so slightly, and most Imperials would not think much of it. Think Emperor Palpatine is smirking at the comment and Darth Vader like a “whoa look” and Tarkin putting his hand to his lips in slight amusement, remembering Carillion Point on Eriadu (in Tarkin).

Here’s a visual to help you:

Emperor Palpatine: Maul is a nuisance, and we cannot have him lurking with the Rebels.

Darth Vader: I never sensed him, my Master.

Palps: A failure on your part.

Tarkin: If I may, we could dispatch a strike team to capture him, my Lords?

Palps and Vader glare slightly, not realizing the Imperials were present.

Thrawn: From one alien to another, the Zabrak called Maul has tremors in his hands while his speech slurs, which indicates tremendous pain from his prosthetics. He is also incontinent. I suggest feeding him — meilooruns until his flatulence becomes unbearable to his remaining organs and stew internally like a vat in his acids.

Palps’, Vader’s, and Tarkin’s facial gestures.

Tarkin: Do you think it will work?

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