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Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Electronic Arts

Justice for Star Wars Battlefront II!

A message to Electronic Arts: You have officially fucked up. Star Wars fans shall never forgive you for turning a great game into a gambling casino. Your pathetic talk outs of this mess only proves this is the beggining of the end of your evil empire. The Resistance is already rising against the evil you caused. The Rebellion has started, and it shall spark a fire that will burn your evil order down. People are fed up of your machinations and money grabbing expertise. It is time to put you down, as you rejected to reason out a compromise. I have never supported a game this much as Battlefront II. As a hard Star Wars fan by heart, it grievely broke my heart to see you haven't changed, EA. You only gotten worse, hid behind lies and free DLCs. This was the lyrical last straw. Expect that this action will have consequences. And they will rise a tornado to wipe you the damage you caused. A tornado of revenge. You had one chance, EA. And you fucked it up. Time for your empire to end. Remember this. I will not falter, not stop nor surrender till Star Wars Battlefront II is redeemed in full glory and cleansed from your greedy, capitalist machinations. To explain the problem, EA had infused Battlefront II with the worst kind of microtransactions and screwed up the progression system, making it dependent on loot boxes, containing star cards and crafting parts which are needed for upgrading the cards. The whole system is turning the game into pay-to-win, as for real money, gamers could buy the boxes and 'gamble' for epic rewards. Not mentioning the ridiculous low rewards in milestones and matches, while the boxes cost way more. (For example, you get aprx. 200-450 credits per a game, while one loot box cost 4000.) The whole game is practically a gambling online casino, from which only one profits - Electronic Arts. And that is truly evil. I ask also other fellow Star Wars fans and gamers to speak up by signing this petition if you agree. The time has come. Speak up, express your opinion! Let's allow DICE to comandeer Battlefront II's progression on their own, without EA's overseers. Let's make Disney to make a good move. To save Star Wars. May the Force be with us. Lukas Macek

Lukáš Macek
1,111 supporters
Update posted 1 week ago

Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Lucasfilm Ltd

Bring the Old Republic era of Star Wars to Netflix

It's no surprise to anyone that the Star Wars franchise has experienced a massive resurgence lately, with The Force Awakens released last year and this year with the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.  However, it's about time that the stories from over 3,000 years before the Battle of Yavin be told to both new and old fans of the franchise. The Knights of the Republic series of games as well as the MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic serve as the main vehicles to tell stories of characters such as Darth Revan, Darth Malak, Bastila Shan, Darth Traya, Meetra Surik, Darth Malgus, Satele Shan, and the list goes on.  The popularity of this era in Star Wars history is felt throughout the fanbase, and I feel it would do a massive disservice to us if these stories weren't told. Why Netflix was chosen was because of the wealth of great content they have produced over the years, such as Narcos, House of Cards, and especially everything that Marvel has done and is still currently working on.  Not only that, but Netflix can serve as a platform to tell these stories as they were meant to be portrayed: dark, foreboding, and a touch on the mature side.  This can also give us fans our healthy dose of Star Wars while we're waiting on the new movies or the new season of Star Wars Rebels. The Old Republic era is a pivotal point in the Star Wars timeline because that's where everything changed, from the Jedi Civil War and the fall of Revan, the First Jedi Purge, and an omnipresent darkness that not only watched the chaos from afar but also kick-started the downfall.  Our fanbase would love to see this on Netflix, and I feel that you would enjoy creating and adapting these stories as much as we would enjoy watching them. 

Jasmine St-Philippe
229,840 supporters