- at least a dozen strong independent ex-slave twi'leks who don't need no man
- clone of an ancient Sith lord
- clone of a current Sith lord
- that one guy who plays a normal stormtrooper with no Force skills, despite the entire rest of the channel being filled to the brim with Force users of all stripes
- descendent of either a movie character (a Skywalker or a Solo) or a prominent novel or game character (a Vos, a Katarn, a Shan) who inexplicably has all of the skills of their ancestor AND their lightsaber
- 80% of the channel's Force-users will be either ex-sith or current sith
- 10% will be weird and stupid traditions described in some obscure-ass novel or RPG supplement with traditions that contradict each other
- 5% will be dark Jedi, because they get to use the cool powers without explicitly being called Sith
- 5% will be actual good and proper Jedi
And god help you if you get someone who played Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2, because they absolutely will go crazy about the details of their lightsaber, describing everything down to the lenses and power cells and the half-dozen crystals they managed to cram into that little thing, and about what special and unique ability each component grants. Oh, and I guarantee there will be at least a half-dozen solari crystals in there, despite those powerful crystals being incredibly rare. Bonus points if someone has the Kaiburr crystal.
I feel like the only way to make a Star Wars RP channel that doesn't fall victim to this garbage is to put strict character creation guidelines in place and to carefully vet each character's background, and to explicitly state what is and isn't canon. For a few years I've been wanting to make a channel set centuries after any canon material so I can do whatever I want with the universe, with everyone playing Jedi apprentices in a new Jedi order, but I'm always afraid bad players will swarm in and flood the channel with what I described above.