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>YFW this is rey's lightsaber
>Marvel and SW crossovers happening already
Fuck this shit it's time to join DC master race
The Clone Wars Vong concept.
Seems like it would have made an interesting episode or two (no more than that, though).
>mfw Anakin beat the shit out of Clovis
>"I can understand that someone might say, 'Oh, it's a complete rip-off!' " he says, adding, "What was important for me was introducing brand new characters using relationships that were embracing the history that we know to tell a story that is new — to go backwards to go forwards."
IT'S LIKE POETRY, THEY RHYME
EVERY STANZA RHYMES WITH THE LAST ONE
>Mfw Clovis punched his hand
This is why metal limbs come in handy. Double damage
In the main Star Wars comic. Luke finds a bunch of Jedi Holocrons stockpiled by Grakus the Hutt. The one made by Shaak Ti appears to have been made after Order 66 went down, so she wasn't part of the initial slaughter. Could still be alive.
Lucas is a better poet than Abrams.
Lucas stole from the best, Abrams is cannibalizing on Star Wars. Lucas' rhymes outclass every fanservice Jar Jar Abrams dished out.
It's a possible cover homage. That's about it.
>emperor rotates his chair to the left to face Luke & Vader
>Sheev rotates his chair to the right to face Mace Windu
They don't just rhyme, but they also mirror. You notice that in a lot of these parallels you point out characters are moving in, facing, or positioned opposite from each other. In most of the R2-D2 scenes he's facing one direction in the prequel version and facing the opposite in the other. Luke's speeder is moving towards the left while Anakin's is moving towards the right. The Chancellor Swings his chair to the left while the Emperor Swings his chair to the right. Anakin is always on the right when kissing Padme and Han is always on the left when kissing Leia. As described in Mike Kilmo's Star Wars Ring Theory Article the prequels don't just parallel the Originals, but mirror them to create a circle. Their story runs in reverse from the Originals with Episode II pretty much Episode V in reverse. Whether you liked the Prequels, or not you can't question the amount of the thought and detail that went into their creation in respect to the Original Trilogy.
that sounds kind of neat
but ill admit ive never really liked the Vong
they always seemed like a lazy enemy. "force immune" just means the writers some have to find a good way for them to be a match for Jedi, though EU New Republic Jedi were OP as fuck at time so maybe its not that bad
maybe in the new EU they could be more interesting
He'll be closer to OT Palpy.
Palpatine didn't exist in the first movie and had one scene in the second. They've got loads of time to do something interesting with Snoke.
From what I've heard, Dave was going to make the episode very X-Files-like. Honestly, I think Dave could've actually turned them into something like-able and interesting, unlike the EU counterpart.
I hope alternate universes really exist and can one day be traveled into, because I want to go to the one where George didn't sell Lucasfilm until at least after TCW finished its run.
>unless they make the Force unleashed canon.
That won't happen.
You are seriously the dumbest person in these threads. Holy shit, lose the trip so at least we don't know it's you every time someone says something stupid.
TFU's story does not fit in anymore.
Galen Marek uniting the Rebel Alliance leadership in 2BBY(as well as Vader even training a secret apprentice at all when he's been training Inquisitors) does not fit at all, especially in the way TFU implies.
Rebels has established that the Rebel Alliance formed out of a bunch of smaller, localized cells, not from a bunch of senators just meeting together and deciding to use Marek's family crest because "lolz".
Also, TFU has the Jedi Temple be an abandoned ruin, whereas in canon Sheev cleaned up the damage from Order 66 and turned it into the Imperial Palace.
The only dumb one here is you, anon.
It's a shuriken, fool.
Jedi throw their lightsabers with the Force all the fucking time. Why is the thread full of casuals on a Friday night?
>The difference is most other jedi use lightsabers that can do more than just be thrown.
I don't see why it matters. They're wizards, using swords in a universe with guns, lasers, orbital bombardments, and planet destroying deathrays.
>using swords in a universe with guns, lasers, orbital bombardments, and planet destroying deathrays.
Well the sword deflects the first 2, and nothing can be done about the later. If you're in an orbital deathray fight, it doesn't mater if you brought a sword or a blaster.
Just saying, I don't see how someone can't suspend their disbelief for someone fighting with a laser shuriken in Star Wars of all places. It fits in better there than it does in FF7.
I'm surprised we haven't seen some crazy warrior with a space version of the flying guillotine yet.
I was bored, so I played this. It's actually pretty good.
>play as both Obi-Wan and Anakin, both having distinct movesets/powers
>a versus mode that allows you to have lightsaber duels with 9 playable characters
>a bonus level that reenacts Vader vs. Ben from ANH
>an alternate ending where Anakin wins the duel on Mustafar and betrays the Emperor
>surprisingly deep combat
What are some other good SW games? Try to avoid the obvious answers like KOTOR, Battlefront, Jedi Knight, etc.
I you want something retro and entertaining, play the Super Star Wars games, very difficult but also very enjoyable.
I have this. Really enjoyed it as a kid. I never beat it though. I don't think I could even finish the Obi-wan vs. Anakin fight, let alone the Anakin vs. Obi-wan. Versus was great, and how I originally got into it. I remember once playing as Ben and somehow doing the death where he just completely disappears like in ANH.
>Snoke isn't a real Sith,
we dont know what he is, a random force adapt seems unlikely
>Harrison is still getting the last laugh
there are other force users out there that are neither Jedi or Sith, in canon. The Nightsisters and the Dagoyan Masters are examples. not to mention other minor things like cults or religions. Snoke fulls under that umbrella
im honestly glad Snoke and Ren aren't Sith. makes the universe feel bigger
>im honestly glad Snoke and Ren aren't Sith. makes the universe feel bigger
I do like that they're not Sith, but it's going to be a copout if Snoke's goals and MO turn out to be exactly the same as the Sith anyway.
>I WASN'T PREPARED TO TRAIN SOMEONE LIKE YOU!
>THEY SHOULD HAVE LEFT YOU ON TATOOINE!
Anon don't you know?
>“It’s like the scene where I’ve been hurt and Harrison comes in and says, ‘Hey, you don’t look so bad to me. In fact you look strong enough to pull the ears off a gundark.’ I reply, ‘Thanks to you,’ and his line was supposed to be, ‘That’s two you owe me, junior.’ But he didn’t say it… he gave me a little kiss.”
They bought this on themselves.
well i mean what good is a budding imperial remnant for if not galaxial domination
lord lets hope its not as stupid as the "i want to kill everything because im better than everything and also for the experience" Sith Emperor in ToR
I liked The Phantom Menace on PS1. Since Maul in the final fight wrecked me every time I tried to fight him head one, I spent all my ammunition, rockets and grenades on him like a mofo before finishing off with my lightsaber.
This has always bothered me
>Yoda and Obi-Wan say they must defeat Vader and Sidious
>Yoda loses his fight, Obi-Wan wins his but Vader still lives
>Instead of regrouping and trying again, they fucking give up for no reason
Me too. Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is one of my favorite games ever. So many characters, though I wish there was more variety in powers.
I'm guessing we'll get another Lego Star Wars game some day
its because from that point on its would be them against the entire Empire
remember Obi Wan only got that shot on Mustafar cause he was able to get there covertly after escaping his own clones
and Yoda similarly snuck his way to Sideous.
from then on they are only two very reconcilable Jedi trying kill two of the now most important people in the galactic Government
>two very reconcilable Jedi
Kenobi hid on Tatooine for years without even changing his last name, never shaving his beard and wearing the same clothes he always wore. You overestimate how much the general public knew about the Jedi
>one of the most recognizable Jedi masters in the Galaxy
>just walking up to the most important man in the government
>after the Jedi have been made a Public Enemy
and like that not even taking into account that the Sith are only a big deal to Jedi in that day and age. most layman think their just a different name for Jedi, never mind that not something you can just prove by yourself.
by the time the public forgot about them the government was both too fortified to let that sort of thing happen and they too weak to mount any kind of assault on it stealth or otherwise
>most layman think their just a different name for Jedi, never mind that not something you can just prove by yourself.
Wrong. The Sith Empire was a thing. Sheev wanted to hide the fact that he was a Sith because he didn't want people realizing he was behind the Seperatists too
>The Sith Empire was a thing
yes, millennia ago
remember that in TPM the council thought Qui Gon suggesting there were Sith about was the epitome of far fetched. the public at large has no idea, aside from history buffs im sure
and Palpatine hid his Sith nature because he was hiding from the Jedi, the only people who if they knew his allegiance could stop him.
>mfw hux names his base after vaders favorite apprentice to spite kylo
>mfw he named it after mon calamari commander Pashna Starkiller
Quinlan Vos, Asajj Ventress, Delta Squad, Darth Bane, Groups like the Nightwitches and the Blacksun, despite the deviations a lot if Death Watch is cribbed from the EU and the Murals around Mandalore depice Jedi vs Mandalorians which is an Old Rebublic thing, Mauls big robot leg look came from an EU anthology comic, and really most any ascended extra from the movies got their start and characterization from EU books and comics first
the list goes on
Or perhaps he was named after Mando duelist Bendak Starkiller?
>Hux names his base after Vader's apprentice that was a TRAITOR that turned away from the Dark Side (twice), kicked Vader's ass and helped create the Rebellion to spite Kylo
Beat that game multiple times but tried replaying it as an adult and I have no fucking clue how I made it. That game is balls to the wall hard. Super ESB is a nightmare.
Also marathoning through the movies, stopping early ANH now and will pick up later.
Make fun of me, it was a real treat viewing the prequels. Especially considering all the info TCW provided. Anakin is so broken by EP3. Losing
Ahsoka, killing Dookuand pushing Clovis's shitin ruined him. Can't wait to finish
Much as I wouldn't have minded TCWs ending with season 5 and Ahsoka leaving the Order, I have to admit season 6 had some good shit.I never thought an episode about the banks with Clovis (technically from season 5) would be such a good episode. That fucking scene when Anakin goes full on murderous manchild, nearly killing Clovis and alienating Padme in a season where he was often on the edge of a pure rage meltdown (like during their investigating the Pikes). This was something sorely missing from Episode III. The few moments we see Anakin lashing out with his emotions, like calling out the Jedi for not making him a master, he comes off as a whiny brat. He just didn't seem like a man with one foot on the edge of the Dark Side as he was in TCWs. Something that helps explain how quickly he became Vader.
There's a lot of good moments in that last season. Like Sidious choking Dooku from half the galaxy away. Hell, they even found a way to more or less make Jar Jar tolerable, by making him Mace Windu's problem.
>It's a non X-Men comic using a Days Of Future Past type of cover
If I recall, my friend maxed out his Force stat and just shoved him off the side. He then spent the rest of the game making giant Jawas and pissing them off.
I can see the problems with using it, unless the user is constantly using the force to control it like the chick in KOTOR.
Now the flying guillotine is very possible with star wars tech, and would be cool to use.
I've been playing this with my daughter today. I gave her the controller during the Republic gunship missions in Attack Of The Clones and just let her fly around blowing things up. I had forgotten that Jar Jar is completely useless aside from jumping higher, he can't even attack.
How is Lego Star Wars III? I'm interested after watching Clone Wars, but have heard nothing about it.
Watching clone wars, dunno why it took me so long.
Just finished ARC troopers.
>realize I gathered up a gajillion friend points or whatever in Galaxy of Heroes because I only ever get the free one for the dailies
>dump them all
>Manage to get Cooku For Dooku, Kit Fisto, Ahsoka, and a Magnaguard.
What was Sheev's plan in TRM, just destabilization, right?
If Qui-Gon never went to Tatooine but everything else happens the same, there would be no one to blow the control ship up, but this is unlikely since a kid could do it.
More importantly, Obi-Wan would be without a master. What then?
So how was "Resistance Time with Finn the trooper and BB the droid"?
Did he? I've seen that scene multiple times recently and I never noticed that. Isn't Sheev dangling by his fingertips alternating between cackling and gong "woahhhoah" when Yoda decides to crawl away?
Daily reminder that Aresko did nothing wrong and he was a qt.
For some reason I never caught onto this when first watching season 6 of TCWs but it was a really nice touch that they let Anakin be instrumental in helping Yoda escape so that he could learn how to become a ghost. And although he was breaking the rules it was an expression of Anakin's more playful, do anything for a friend aspect rather than simply defying the Council. When Anakin says he hope he doesn't regret what letting Yoda go the truth is he helped set in motion events that lead to Obi-Wan becoming more powerful than he could possibly imagine, see the training of Luke, and ultimately his own redemption and death as well as the destruction of the Sith. Of course Anakin's key action is killing Sidious to save his son, but this was a nice touch that let him play a role at both ends of these events. You can see it as Anakin the Jedi helping to eventually free himself from the Dark Side, at least from a Certain Point of View.
It was a really nice touch, very well done.
Shaak Ti's death...technically was shown. Yoda had a vision where she died as one of her intended deaths for Episode III played out, with a blue lightsaber (Anakin's) ripping through her back. The comics show that she survived long enough to leave a holocron message, however it could, I suppose, be argued that she recorded the message and then quietly sat, mediating, as she awaited death. I can understand that from a spiritual excepting death with solemnity, if she foresaw it and decided not to fight the vision, but it still sucks she wouldn't at least try to avoid her fate.
>not a jedi
>wears jedi armor
>uses the force for good
>acts like a jedi
>muh getting around established lore through stupid loopholes
she was only kicked out because the council is written to be as smart as the 10 year olds who are the target audience of this show
>He left because Papa Sheev called in for reinforcements.
No he didn't
-They have their little lightning fight
-Yoda looks like he's actually pushing Sidious back
-It explodes and they both go flying back
-Yoda falls, clearly still okay but decides to run while Sidious laughs manically while dangling on the Senate chairs
This shit makes no sense
What would people seeing the leader of the disgraced Jedi fighting the beloved galactic president do for the Jedi?
Sidious would just act like Yoda ws assaulting him and get EVEN MORE support.
Yoda retreated because nothing would have made a difference. He wasn't going to kill Sheev, as he was weaker.
>Sheev hurls senate pods like nothing, Yoda has to concentrate.
>Instead of regrouping and trying again, they fucking give up for no reason
No offense but did you even watch the fight? The entire reason they go is because they have a golden opportunity. Yoda goes undetected because of the Senate hearings and Obi-Wan goes to Anakin because only Padme knew where he was. They got a once in a lifetime shot and they took it. The Sith weren't prepared the Jedi would strike back so quickly but they made sure it would never happen again. Also, they're both completely broken by the fight.
the novel explains better. Yoda realized it was over no matter what. The Sith destroyed the Jedi and rule the galaxy. He failed before he was born. Obi-Wan diced his friend, brother, his "son". His promise to Qui-Gon failed. He failed utterly in all respects. Lars wasn't kidding when he said "he died the same time as your father".
At that point the public had no knowledge of any plot.
If Yoda had defeated Sheev, they could have released the videos showing that Sheev had planned to take full control of the republic, and ordered the deaths of the Jedi and Anakin's killing of children.
The Republic would have survived, though the Jedi would probably have been exiled and disgraced anyway, but the Republic would have survived.
>the novel explains better. Yoda realized it was over no matter what. The Sith destroyed the Jedi and rule the galaxy.
This is how it plays out in the movie.
Autists gonna autist tho.
See only summed up the only good parts about that movie
Sly Moore did.
I find it kind of cute that Sheev had best friends that he trusted to know his plan. It's such a Sheev thing to do. I bet they got together on weekends and laughed at all the clueless manipulated politicians.
I just finished watching ROTS and he sure as fuck. He's next to Palpatine when he blasts Yoda with lighting and he doesn't even flinch. The next time we see him, he's ordering Clones to search and destroy for Yoda. He knew the entire time.
Aresko did everything wrong, the first thing he should have done when he knew Tarkin was coming for a suprive visit was get the fuck off of Lothal and hide in some remote world in the Mid-Rim.
>If you think Senators are easily manipulated idiots, then you haven't seen the Seperatist Council. You'd think Nute Gunray would have figured out by now that he's never getting his money back, none of them will. I can't believe they actually take orders from a hologram they never met, such fools.
From Ultimate Star Wars;
>A Pale-Skinned Umbaran, Sly Moore serves as the senior administrative aide to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine following his election to that office. Always at Palpatines side-even when he addresses the galaxy from atop the Chancellors podium in the center of the Senate Chamber-Moore keeps silent in most situations and zealously guards her Master's secrets.
Seems like she knows.
Needing the force to activate the Lightsaber was an old idea. I'm impressed Samuel knew about it at all, even if it's outdated and wrong.
I think this is just a case of him speaking before he thought about it.
Why? Just because the Vong would have remained canon doesn't mean we'd get another Yuzhvan Vong.
Besides, nothing is stoping Disney from ever using the Vong again anyway, and they might actually do it better
In the EU probably, I know for a fact I have seen it come up before.
Worst thing is, it was always a dumb idea, because Han Solo turned on a Lightsaber just fine in Episode 5.
Although I am sure there was probably an EU story somewhere explaining how Solo was force sensitive all along. Along with Chewie, C-3PO, and the third Bith in the Cantina Band.
Would it be possible for other Jedi to have survived order 66 by leaving the galaxy entirely and go into exile in uncharted territory?
You wouldn't even have to leave the galaxy. The Galaxy is fucking huge, just do what Obi-Wan and Yoda did and keep a low profile on some backwater/uninhabited planet and odds are you'll never ever run into anyone that will recognize you.
A shy, loyal qt umbaran, Sheev confirmed for top tier taste in waifus.
I didn't think it was possible but I admire him even more now. Truly he was too good for this galaxy, we didn't deserve him.
There were 10,000 Jedi at the time of Order 66, out of trillions of sentients.
I'd wager at least a couple hundred managed to go into hiding, perheaps even aided by people like Bail.
> why would he enjoy being a dickhead
> I'm gonna Shoot your friend in the back
Disney Infinity Star Wars is a lot of fun. Nice combat, huge levels with tons of side missions, collectibles and vehicles to pilot. There's also local and online co-op and versus modes. Even if you don't want every single figurine there's still enough to keep you busy.
well technically you just need to keep the activator down
that way if its dropped it automatically deactivates and you dont have a laser swords flipping out cutting shit
it was a thing in Legends that Jedi would use the force to keep their activator pressed while they did all manner of tricks
but that doesn't stop anyone from use it you just have to keep the button pressed ala Finn or Han
that said it'd be neat if Finn was Force Sensitive
it'd set a president of not all FS's being the same, Rey would be naturally adept at Force usage while Finn would need training but inversely Finn took Naturally to Lightsaber Combat where Rey needed to focus to matter
ADHD fag here, can confirm. Noticed this long ago. Love little shit like this. Keeps me on my toes. Lucas is great because he's a fast-thinking social-weirdo too, so I get a lot of what he does. It's his own brand of fan service I feel. Maybe it's unintentional, but still.
>playing as a magnaguard in that special arcade mission mode
It does have a surface, but it's buried under thousands of levels. Most of which never see natural light or see very little of it.
I know that real physics doesn't work in fictional places, but i always wondered how they prevent the entire thing from collapsing on itself, i mean, the structures on the surface must be old as fuck and probably can't handle the weight of everything on top of it
Is Rebels worth watching? Is it more kid friendly? I've been watching a few Clone Wars episodes and damn someone is always getting killed on screen. Also should I even bother with the Clone Wars movie?
Be honest, did you went to watch this movie the opening day?
>Is Rebels worth watching?
>Is it more kid friendly?
Yes, but only in that it's more like ANH, whereas TCW is more like Revenge of the Sith.
>I've been watching a few Clone Wars episodes and damn someone is always getting killed on screen.
Yeah, and it only gets more brutal. People die in Rebels too, but it's not to the extent of TCW.
>Also should I even bother with the Clone Wars movie?
It introduces Ahsoka Tano, but you don't have to watch it if you don't want to.
Not opening day, but I did see it in theater.
I remember having a crush on Ahsoka, and me and my friends loved the Clones. We went and played Battlefront 2 together, and eventually watched the premier of the tv show together too.
I enjoyed it.
Only bad memory was when I tripped going up the stairs and all my popcorn went everywhere, and I was hungry as hell the entire movie.
Rebels is more childish, but i'ts an ok show and it's getting better now.
TCW movies is kinda bad, but there's some stuff you won't understand in the show if you don't watch it. It's 2 hours long, just watch it, f a m.
Pic unrelated... kinda.
Rebels is worth watching. People do die in it. The story arcs in it are more consistent than TCW but TCW has better stories overall. It's just nice to not have a 1 to 2 Jar Jar episodes each season. And the movie is worth watching IMO.
>Is Rebels worth watching?
Yes, it's pretty good
>Is it more kid friendly?
Somewhat, but it doesn't baby the viewer, when people die they die and torture does happen.
I've been watching a few Clone Wars episodes and damn someone is always getting killed on screen.
TCW and Rebels are in two different time periods in the Galaxy, in Rebels full scale was isn't going to be happening and small hit and run tactics are being used by the Ghost Crew.
>Also should I even bother with the Clone Wars movie?
Watch it if you have the time, it's wonky but this is where Ahsoka is introduced.
Snoke is already a boring faggot, and the giant holo-projection is only a dead giveaway that he's gonna be tiny like Yoda.
I don't know. Maybe I hate him so much because they mention him so goddamn much as if he was a main character and actually did anything in the concurrent story.
>Maybe I hate him so much because they mention him so goddamn much
They overhyped him, just like they did Phasma and when you saw both of them on-screen doing nothing and not living up to the hype they were given beforehand, yeah, it's quite annoying.
What if Snoke isn't an alien, but just a really fucked up human like Darth Sion?
the first step in the next crossover
And unlike EA's Battlefront you can go into space. They really threw in everything but the kitchen sink.
Wish they would make more bad guy figures. I'd love to have Ventress, Grievous and Dooku.
I fell in love with her in season 3, when she talks to Lux and tells him: "Look at me, not so bad am I?" and I was like: "Not at all baby, I just want to spend the rest of my life with you. Feel your body against mine, love you and make you my wife. I'm so sad you are not real."
I'M AUTISTIC AS FUCK
>Fighting through Star Destroyer with a few loyal Clones who removed their chips
>They set it to blow, heading for Escape Pods
>Vos starts heading for the bridge, the Clones are desperately trying to get him to come with them
"Just trust me, ok?"
Vos goes down with the ship, crashing it into an Imperial Weapons Factory while screaming Ventress's name and holding her lightsaber
I like all three, but Sion's the only one I sympathized with at all. Nihilus gave me such a hard-on for being this humanoid black hole force of nature. Loved that. I'll always like Kreia, even though a lot of people take her blatant lies out of context all the time.
Did anyone else notice that Kylo Ren had the same objective that Luke was given by Obi Wan in ROTJ? Both had to kill their own father and both of them "succeeded" and "failed" at the same time.
Man, Free Radical's Battlefront had ground/space transitions.
Plus they were apparently going to have Sith Obi-Wan.
Since the beginning. The Sith race was a concept created in the Expanded Universe. The EU is no longer Canon, the Sith race never existed.
The Sith, like the Jedi, are a Religion, based on the teachings of the Dark Side of the Force.
I'm pretty sure it was in The Phantom Menace. Vader was called "Dark Lord of the Sith" but no one knew what a Sith was.
Fun fact: The first opeining crawl of Star Wars mentioned a villainous group called "Knights of Sith".
And you can only learn to be a Sith, from a Sith, or from Sith holocrons made by Sith in the past. Having a red lightsaber, and using the dark side of the force does not inherently make someone a Sith. See: Kylo Ren, Ventress, Savage Opress, TCW Maul.
In the leaked alpha gameplay you can hear and see Sidious saying: "Stick to the plan, Kenobi". Too bad the game was cancelled.
If I remember correctly, it was something dumb like crossbreeding. The Sith fucked everything, passing their bloodlines on into other species, and every single dark sider is a very distant descendant of the original Sith.
The Acklay is still creepy as fuck to me, especially the sound it makes
The sound of nightmares
>The Sith, like the Jedi, are a Religion
What if we're supposed to take the "awakening" in The Force Awakens as a sort of religious awakening akin to the various Great Awakenings in American history?
That's why you have groups like the knights of ren, and the that force church thing popping up.
Not as often as Ventress and Obi-Wan
You're literally an autistic moron on 4chan who harasses others because you take the canon of a fictional universe so seriously that whenever you see someone post something that's not canon you have to point it out and tell them it's not canon like you're the only genius in the thread that could figure that out.
Also you use a tripcode past it's usefulness so that only further proves that you're the kind of faggot that wants to have a personality on an anonymous imageboard. You want people to refer to you as 'Soundtrack guy' because you want to feel important.
>copulating with a witch
Finally finished up the track order for the Rebels Season 2 soundtrack for the first half. There's 8 tracks that I think are probably from upcoming episodes that I won't include in the MEGA until I have placing for them.
Your sad attempts at trying to upset me are failing anon. This is like the 3rd time you've tried.
The dude in black sure knows how to spin.
If you play the PSP game Elite Squadron, you can find out all about the story of Battlefront III. It was the only released version of the game.
For those who wanna' know about what could have been, here are some juicy details from Battlefront III;
It's common knowledge by now, but you would have been able to play on ground and in space, at the same time. Battles were originally going to be huge, but supposedly they were having trouble getting it to work.
The idea was that the cruisers in space would be much bigger than in BF2. They could fire blasts to the ground to wreck havok and neutralize command posts. Keeping your cruiser safe was a priority because of this. Unlike BF2, they were completely destructible. On the ground, you could fight over an Ion Cannon to help take down the shields quicker.
When the Cruisers are destroyed, you can run to escape pods if you cant get to the hanger in time, which was a wonderful touch.
>Heroes and Villains
The game was going to have a shitton, fan favorites from all the movies, and EU characters like Ventress and Rahm Kota.
Basically everything that was in BF2 + More EU stuff. An interesting one I remember was "Darth Vader's Castle".
This is where things got weird.
It's split into three acts.
Act I, you and your brother are X1 and X2, two Clones of Jedi. You're both Force Sensitive, and you're leading Clone Troopers. You play out the Battle of Coruscant and fight Greivous with Windu, but he escapes and kidnaps Sheev.
On Cato Nemoidia, Order 66 is executed, and you kill a Chiss Jedi.
Act II, is where things get crazy weird. After Order 66 happens, you feel remorse, and join the Rebels with your Jedi father. Your brother on the other hand, is Empire through-and-through, and eventually kills him.
So you, I shit you not, join Rahm Kota's malicia in what I imagine is supposed to be a tie-in/spiritual successor to The Force Unleashed.
Remember the Prison Break mission in Battlefront 2? You play it from the Rebels POV, and help Kota break the Rebels out of the Death Star, by hijacking a Star Destroyer, and using its canons to neutralize Death Star defenses.
But wait, there's more!
Act III, you guys aren't fucking ready for this.
You're now a Jedi Knight being trained by Luke, and this time, the game seems to be a spiritual successor/Tie-In to the Jedi Knight series.
You do missions that include going to Vaders Castle to retrieve an artifact, as well as helping Bro-Bot and Lando in Bespin.
But it all culminates with this absurd battle at Mustafar, where you destroy as Star Destroyer, crash it into the planet, and then use it as a base, only to discover your brother has mutilated himself to look like Sheev, and has a clone army of rabid wookies. You lead the Rebel Forces to victory, and then have a fiery battle against your brother not-Sheev, and kill him, and the game ends with Luke telling you that you did a good job.
>"Darth Vader's Castle
based jedi academy mission
That's the one!
Yeah, like I said here: >>78834813 Battlefront III had missions that seemed to be direct tributes to Jedi Knight/Force Unleashed.
You can tell those developers actually gave a shit about Star Wars and the fans, unlike DICE.
The Sith race went extinct but their teachings lived on in books and holocrons that anyone could learn from.
>Battlefront 3 was 90% done
>Never got released because Lucasarts bullshit
LucasArts wouldn't return any of Free Radical's calls or emails. They didn't even have the professionalism to tell them to put a hold on development when they thought it was going to be cancelled.
Between that and how they fucked over the dev team for the Force Unleashed i'm glad that LucasArts is fucking dead.
Just too bad that EA is the only one who can make Star Wars games now.
At least I can do some sick webms of the gameplay footage
Yeah that's the Chiss you have to kill. He's pretty bro tier.
I wish Battlefront III got released...
When rumors were circulating, I bought a 360 just to play it. You can imagine my disappointment when I found out I bought the console for nothing. I bought a PSP just to play Elite Squadron And then I bought the X1 for Battlefront because I've waited 10 years for a new Star Wars shooter and at this point, I'll take anything
Me and Battlefront have had a love/hate relationship for a while....
That's Naga Sadow, and yes. The first dark lords were exiled Jedi that landed on Korriban and mingled with the natives. Guys like Sadow were their descendants.
Well for Free Radical's Battlefront it's kind of a he said-she said situation. LucasArts said they started missing deadlines, and allegedly pulled funding from Battlefront 3 to work on Haze, and wouldn't let reps from LucasaArts into Free Radical's offices.
Free Radical says otherwise, LucasArts stopped communicating with them and that led to them being unsure of project status, and they pulled funding during development.
But throughout its history, LucasArts was subject to internal mismanagement. It's sad reading the dev stories of every project. Every time there was a new exec at LucasArts they took the company in a different direction.
I never said it was all in this thread.
And no, there isn't really any truth. I only point out that something isn't canon when people are trying to use it as if it is or claim it is. I'm just here to discuss Star Wars, provide you guys with stuff, and have fun, somewhere where there aren't people only trying for imaginary internet points(Reddit) or just circlejerking(tv).
I'm enjoying the Calvin and Hobbes/ TFA mashups that have been going around.
That was pretty neat.
Leftovers kept losing me. It's a roundabout show about easily-traumatized white people who can't deal with confusing situations. I'll give it another shot, but I can't promise anything.
As much as I like Serkis, I'd gladly swap Snoke out for a nucanon Lumiya. Especially if Kylo is just a rehash of Caedus.
>I never said it was all in this thread.
You implied it. And I haven't even done it outside of this thread either.
>I only point out that something isn't canon when people are trying to use it as if it is or claim it is.
No you do it whenever someone says "Didn't X happen? Oh yeah that totally happened in Shadows of the Empire." then you barge in and say "WAIT GUYS BUT THAT ISN'T CANON!" as if everyone else in the thread is too retarded to figure that out for themselves.
>aren't people only trying for imaginary internet points
Ironic seeing as how you're using a tripcode to make yourself a personality.
"There has been an awakening, have you felt it?"
I'M FELLING IT RIGHT NOW
I really loved how Abrams humanised the stormtroopers in TFA. We saw them bleeding during the village massacre, we saw one of them deserting, we saw them being pissed because of the actions of the deserter, we saw them not wanting to deal with Kylo's rage fits and we even saw some officers trying to flee when Starkiller Base is destroyed.
One of the reasons why I liked TCW was because the writers tried to make the clones more relatable and Abrams did the same, even though they were the villains.
They were already humanized. Half of the stormtrooper humor in ANH comes from them trying to react to the curveballs the story throws at them. Two of them even start making bored small-talk when they're posted near the tractor beam controls.
God the beatdown was brutal. I have so much fun watching that scene.
>"Get away from her!"
Holy fuck, he was really angry.
So why didn't he lend his voice for the Clone Wars series? The series certainly gets better after season 1 but I can't help but feel a void when I hear clones talk occasionally. He was a great voice actor in the videogames and his role as a clone in the film's was amazing too.
He did, but game and movie voices are one-off things. For Battlefront 2 and the new Battlefront he probably sat in a both for a few hours and that was it.
For a full TV show they're going to need someone who can come in regularly for voice sessions and any additional recording throughout production. It would've been fine if Morrison was just one character who appeared once in a blue moon (like Liam Neeson), but the clones are such a major part of the show that it was just easier to go with someone else.
Yup. Strangely enough compared to everyone else, I thought it was okay. The plentiful amount of battles certainly helped, and it was an audio-visual orgasm. Especially audio. Very crisp, almost as if you were there. They could have chosen a better plot to start from, or at least written it better, but all things considered it's relatively solid
Is this duel better than the one in The Force Awakens? This one has a happy ending.
I fucking love the arc. Probably my favorite of the Lost Missions just because it shows us how quickly and brutally things can get turned up to 11 when the Sith decide to take a more direct approach
And the politics were actually good, really helped heighten the mood
So Ultimate Star Wars is Nu-Canon? I might have to pick that up. I still have the original SW Encyclopedia from 1998 gathering dust. It might as well all be dust now. Still, I'm glad the canon is consumable and knowable now. Some of the old stuff (most) wasn't really on a level with the films and TV series anyway.
>Which reminds me, I need to check up on those fan-edits of TCW into several movies.
Here you go: http://www.fanedit.org/forums/showthread.php?11653-Smudger-9-s-Clone-Wars-Movie-Series-Episodes-I-amp-II
Didn't mind it, and it made me excited for the series
I think they should have included the first General Trench episodes into it, though; so you have space to ground at the beginning.
Yeah i got a question. What happened to this fucker and since his dad is dead doesnt that mean he inherits his criminal empire? Or did Filoni just kinda brush this to the side and hoped everyone just forgot about it.
We had a pretty significant chunk of time dedicated to rescuing this asshole in the Clone wars movie, it kinda bothers me that Jabbas death would be pretty pointless knowing he had a heir to begin with.
Well... after a little research I found
A year later, when N. Papanoida arrived at Jabba's Palace looking for his daughters, Rotta was also present with his father. After the Baron's arrival, Rotta started to play with a bug and beat it to death on Jabba's tail, prompting Jabba to tell Rotta to stop. The Baron appealed to Jabba's sense of fatherhood, asking him to help him find his own missing daughters. Jabba looked to his son, smiled, and relented, allowing Papanoida to present evidence against the bounty hunter, Greedo, and take the Rodian with him afterward.
In 20 BBY, Jabba heard of the activities of the Shadow Collective and sent Rotta away from his palace before Darth Maul and his criminal army arrived.
In 4 ABY, Zorba Desilijic Tiure, Rotta's grandfather, produced Jabba's will, which claimed that he did not have any children to run his criminal empire, and therefore Zorba was to inherit it. The Hutt courts later declared Jabba's "will" a forgery.
So he just, sort of went away.
First two seasons are ok but not as good as the other ones. Still got epic moments, like the second battle of Geonosis.
That was fun. Glad to know she's so passionate about it, and that more reexaminations of these films are coming out of from the sea of hate. They still have their technical flaws but they're still enjoyable and creatively inspiring(to me at least, given my chosen profession). Definitely giving these films another rewatch.
Then again it's not like I haven't been doing that very thing since coming back from The Force Awakens
Watch it in the official chronological order, lets you taste the good stuff faster. You'll run into stinkers right after you get good eps, but at least you'll know what you're in for.
Enhances certain arcs and characters too.
So I was digging through my closet and I found these, then I distinctly remember the Hate for Traviss for some reason in the community. Can anyone explain to me what the fuss about it is.
She Pushes the idea that the Jedi are not morally perfect really damn hard, and that upsets some people.
That and she gave the MAndalorians allot of material, and some people thought she was trying to present them as better then the jedi when she really wasn't
>men are discussing star wars.
Yes we why, which is why you jedifags need to sit down and shut up.
Dooku is nothing but well mannered.
She didn't really flesh anything out besides just making the language.
Hard contact is pretty good, after that books become near fan fiction tier writing.
The few moments that delta was present are the only notable positives I can think of after HC, and then she tries to make them look terrible and tries pushing them away in favor of her OCs.
The order 66 and after days are pretty much just all her OCs getting set up so that they can live happy ever after.
Much like the idea you can be a Sith and not be an Edgelord murderer i feels its worth explroing ideas in star wars we don't see allot especially when the movies leave the door open
Case and point, as an Adult it bugs the hell out of me that Ob-wan and Yoda were basically grooming Luke to assassinate his dad. we never see any one touch on how fucked up it kinda is.
>She didn't really flesh anything out besides just making the language.
And Cultures and traditions
>The order 66 and after days are pretty much just all her OCs getting set up so that they can live happy ever after.
Thats no different then all the books focusing on Jaina and Jacen, and all the others.
Always at least one fatty in a group of Mando cosplayers.
>Second from the left
Pehea Ru'kel gar guuror gar helmet, vod?
>>The order 66 and after days are pretty much just all her OCs getting set up so that they can live happy ever after.
>Thats no different then all the books focusing on Jaina and Jacen, and all the others.
not even remotely similar to what I mean.
There must be a narrative term for it, be she starts to get her crowd of OCs and everything starts to magically go there way. The jedi characters survive 66 and join the mandos, they get trillions of credits allowing them all to do what ever they what, they even found the kaminoan who made them so that they can stop fast aging.
I think she at a certain point just stopped caring.