Star Wars Legion Podcast - The Fifth Trooper

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Star Wars Legion Podcast Ep 35 - Welcome to the New Age

We talk about our state of the union with Alex and Luke, shoretroopers and lizards and what the community needs.

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State of the Legion - Alex Davy & Luke Eddy Interview

The Fifth Trooper Network is proud to present the State of the Legion. In this series we talk about where Star Wars Legion is, where it's going and also Interview the Designers and get their take.

Star Wars Legion Podcast Ep 33 - Attack of the Clones

We heard you like clones... Like everyone else we talk about AdeptiCon, the tank and landspeeder and the Clone Wars. 

Star Wars Legion Podcast Ep 32 - All Hail AdeptiCon!!

We talk all things AdeptiCon on this episode of The Fifth Trooper! We welcome Doug (sploosh) the 4th place from LVO who went 5-0 and has a High Command invite. We also talk to the The Grand Marshall himself, Brendon Franz about what to expect at AdeptiCon.

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Star Wars Legion Podcast Ep 31 - I’m one with the Force. The Force is with me.

On this episode we wrap up our "Real Talk" Series with a very important topic: Depression. We then talk about Krennic, our lists and go way off topic.

For those in need or suffering with depression or anxiety or just want more information:

Center for Disease Control:

World Health Organization:

The Samaritans: (877) 870-4673 (HOPE)

You can call or text the Samaritans at any time: (877) 870-4673 (HOPE)

The Samaritans, a non-profit organization, offer emotional support to anyone who calls feeling lonely, depressed, suicidal, or just are looking for someone to talk to. Whatever the reason, you will get a trained volunteer who offers non-judgmental support. If you’re concerned about someone you care about in your life, they can also help with advice and resources.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is the granddaddy of all crisis hotlines in the U.S. Your call gets routed to a regional or local crisis center, staffed with trained individuals who provide confidential emotional support to everyone who calls. The call and service is completely free. You don’t have to be feeling actively suicidal in order to use this service — it’s for anyone in emotional distress. You can also take advantage of their online chat service.