AUDITIONS: @SWAG_77 social media entertainment & performance #StarWars #TFA

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We are looking for the following roles to be roleplayed performed under SWAG 77:

  • Han Solo
  • Finn
  • Poe Daemeron
  • General Hux
  • Captain Phasma
  • Supreme Leader Snoke
  • Leia Organa
  • Luke Skywalker

We follow a different set of guidelines than other groups. We abide by the terms of Disney Lucasfilm in how we portray their characters.

Members are expected to rehearse often and maintain all social media channels. This activity takes time to develop. We expect you to read the literature.

We need to see your work, why you want the role besides your love of Star Wars. You have to agree with the main goals of Star Wars Wars Actors Guild 77, Star Wars, Lucasfilm and Disney.

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Star Wars Actors Guild 77 (#SWAG77) #Podcast WE’RE BAACCCKKKKK!



We’re talkin’…Star Wars Rebels stuff…The Force Awakens stuff…Summer reading…Get Thrawn In Star Wars Rebels Stuff and Positive Star Wars Fandom Stuff.

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Guestpost: ‘The Star Wars Actors Guild 77’


Cool. We were interviewed on Clone Corridor. Check the blog out!

Originally posted on Clone Corridor:

Today we’ve got a treat for you guys: a Q&A guestpost by the Star Wars Actors’ Guild 77, an amazing online cosplay/Star Wars performance group! They are a great example of how fans from all over the world can use social media to get together and celebrate all of Star Wars together. Have a read and find out what they, online cosplay, and this fascinating aspect of Star Wars are all about.

Star Wars Actors Guild 77 (SWAG 77)

 Who is the Star Wars Actors Guild 77?Star Wars Actors Guilds 77

The Star Wars Actors Guild 77 (SWAG 77) is a performance troupe of devoted fans of Star Wars movies, novels, reference books, comics, games and online content. We are a transmedia organization that performs and portrays Star Wars characters. We write stories as our entertainment and a strong desire to assist Disney Lucasfilm Star Wars in their professional release of creative…

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How Chiss Exist In Real Life – A Plausible Speculation

Did you know that humans on Earth can have real life “BLUE SKIN” color? It’s called Methemoglobinemia and Argyria.

Papa Smurf: Caused by Argyria

There is a gene mutation in the way hemoglobin holds onto oxygen. There are many competitors for the way the iron in blood holds oxygen. There are additional proteins that facilitate that ability. One of them (out of many) includes cytochrome b5 reductase mutations (or lack of operational protein). That causes an increase in what’s called MetHb that can build up to a point where the blood does not have enough oxygen and grabs it from other locations to function. The result, the skin and inside the mouth turns blue.

Fugates in Kentucky had Methemoglobinemia

Argyria is when colloidal silver is ingested to significant levels to change to blue skin as a supplement. In human history, silver was used as a great antibiotic before there was knowledge of microorganisms.  People who ingested silver eventually turned to blue skin. In modern times, several individuals have taken silver as a supplement and obtained similar results.

Montana Libertarian Stan Jones was an unsuccessful candidate for the US Senate in 2002 and in 2006. He is also a victim of argyria. Jones began using colloidal silver he made himself in anticipation of antibiotic shortages predicted from the Y2K scare. He continues to take colloidal silver and believes in its health benefits.

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For the species CHISS which THRAWN is a member of, the EU canon states that the original species were human.

Chiss originally Human then diverged

It is plausible, that the Chiss crash landed and were marooned on a silver-nitrate-enriched environment.

Silver Nitrate – AgNO3-

In order to survive, their cytochrome b5 reductase had to mutate or be deleted, which causes them to have blue skin. They must have a complete switch of hemoglobin to a different form for them to be able to breathe oxygen, but remain blue or not have it washout. Have 100+ generations (possibly strict cultural breeding programs, spelled: mates were selected), blue skin color genes were optimized and stabilized.

Another caveat, it seems possible, that the treatment to avoid oxygen loss, is the early CHISS must have use the very treatment for methemoglobin, called methylene blue. But treatment in a biological system ultimately mutates genes for the next generation. After 100+ generations, the ability to breathe in an oxygenated environment and a higher nitrate environment or ammonium environment, to survive would be a permenent molecular switch on hemoglobin to include a methyline blue moiety AND the mutation/deletion of cytochrome b5 reductases. These mutations/deletions would have to be stable and not turn back to default human state.

The addition of silver adaptation kept them alive on their new planet for generations. Moreover, most of other Chiss planets are gray and black, which silver nitrate would cause. But the water on Csilla depending on the salts  can cause plantlife with a green chlorophyll to work.

Soontir Fel shakes hands with Luke Skywalker as Mara Jade and Jacen Solo look on along with the Chiss Ascendancy brokering the deal. Force Heretic

The red eye irises and sclera are a different gene mutation and possibly caused by different environmental factors. One idea possibly is the Chiss have higher sustainable blood pressures with less oxygen consumption. The other is the loss of iris eye color melanin to reflect the red. As a compensation, the vessel connections and the neurological transmissions are higher in Chiss. The reason why the Chiss are smarter besides selective breeding, is because of the environmental mutations.

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Positive #StarWars Fandom – PSWF: What is it and why?


Positive Star Wars Fandom keeps our minds creative and open to the trust of content creators, professionals and fans who adore Star Wars as much as others in the care to know they will present their best. We have to have hope. We have to have faith in the corporation, the company, and the content creators that their carefully measured words in their interviews are to surprise us with gifts that showcase their talent. As fans, we should make every effort to enrich our moviegoing experience by enjoying the content, peaceably with some popcorn, and absorb the exhilaration and enthrallment of the show with that “wow factor” we entrusted with the content creators. Then have the assurance to exit the movie geeked out so much we re-enter the ticket line, or just to wanna break the law and get the high end bootlegs…

Just kidding! ;)

It’s show business!

The Star Wars Actors Guild 77 Lore Action Division uses the psychological basis of happiness and wellness to incorporate motivational learning and appreciative inquiry to coach positive Star Wars fandom to people who just love Star Wars or are new to this exciting universe of possibilities. That is our official scientific rationale and designation for our creation of positive Star Wars fandom for fans.

What fans will achieve should they use positive Star Wars fandom:

  • Engender good feelings as demonstrated by attendance to official Star Wars events and other events highlighting Star Wars activities.

  • Generate measurable excitement (also know as virality) through social media engagement on the official and fan based Star Wars websites

  • Encouragement through posts, podcasts, discussions, shared art and creativity with the corporation, the company, and the community of fans

Positive Star Wars Fandom is about fun and vibrancy as a wellspring of knowledge that drives the healthy neurological processes of creativity through the support of creative endeavors.

The Disney executives are limited by what they can say because of non-disclosure agreements, legalities, and the fact that they are in the business for profit to recoup their costs. Projects are managed tightly to ensure all considerations for the betterment of the franchise.

We, as fans can choose to use positive Star Wars fandom and still be deferential to the corporation with the joy and the vibrancy felt at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim in 2015.

As fans, that is our charge. As fans, that is our commitment. As fans, we choose to take on that responsibility despite our grievances, disagreements, and differences of opinion.

As fans, our ultimate goal is to enjoy Star Wars and to take that piece we cherish, and to give it away to others through a shared experience in the Force, forever.


May the Force be with you, always.


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SWAG 77 REVIEW of #StarWars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig

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Aftermath: Star Wars: Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens written by Chuck Wendig is about what happens a few months after Return of the Jedi Battle of Endor.


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Star Wars Rebels: Siege of Lothal Review

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On June 20th, 2015 Star Wars Rebels kicked off season two with a bang! The hour-long movie special had many different parts to it. If you’re looking for a quick recap, you’ve come to the right place.


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