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Submitted by Pozzle 1140d ago | article

Sno E. Blac channels force within, lends likeness to SWTOR

It’s not everyday that an actress hears she was killed. For actress and UCLA student Sno E. Blac, this is a reality. Serving as the likeness for the video game character Satele Shan in the MMORPG, or Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, “Star Wars: The Old Republic,” Blac’s physical and interactive self can even be slain in the recently released game.

Blac is a fourth-year women’s studies student who intends to make a name for herself in the entertainment industry while earning her education. (PC, PS3, Sno E. Blac, Star Wars:The Old Republic, Xbox 360)

DragonKnight  +   1140d ago
That's not her real name is it? It's so hard to tell these days, what with parents giving their children such outlandish names. But then again, she wants to make it in the entertainment industry so. She doesn't even need to have that kind of name if she looks like that. She's beautiful.

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