>Satine is Bo Katan's sister
>Satine likes Obi Wan
>Obi wan on tatooine
>Goes to Mos Eisely
>Sees Bo again
>they have a fun adventure
>she leaves and finds out she's pregnant
>Has baby, names her Mara
>Imperials find her and baby
>Kill her, take the baby an raise it
>Mara is inquisitor
>eventually meets Luke after ROTJ
>She has Rey
>Rey is Kenobi's Grandaughter and Luke's daughter
That way we can tie together Prequels, Clone Wars, Rebels, Original Trilogy, and Sequels into one, with a dash of Legends. Questions/Comments?
I mean really, that's all I got. People are really unimaginative and sex-focused. The main characters need to have sex to validate that their good and nothing says "I had sex" than a child to prove it. We can't have virgin knights running around saving anything, that's bad for Disney's selling sex to kids business model.
Yeah cause they haven't done that before.
I really hope she's not related to anyone. We had 6 movies and hell we have fucking Kylo for family-related plot. Let Rey have her time as an independent; free from legacy like Anakin originally was. But I doubt that's going to happen with Rey's 'mysterious' parentage.
He's right. The show acts as a vehicle for the movies - not the other way around. It makes sense that the shows would take advantage of movie hype, but movie writers/directors don't want to waste time shoving in show shit and producers don't want their movies bogged down in continuity that's reliant on a separate medium.
It's just not.
Movies have a huge pull for a broad audience. They use the movie content in an effort to bring over some of that audience into show viewership. It's generally assumed that if you're watching the show, you watched the movie.
It doesn't work the other way around. Shows have a relatively niche viewership compared to movies. They also don't establish any strong canon so as to not tread on grounds where the movies will walk. They would never force a movie audience to need to watch a television show to understand something.
Why? It makes perfect sense. They're trying to be in control of their emotions so they don't go crazy with their powers. And idea of Jedi's was inspired by Buddist monks. Sex and romantic relationships would stir up the emotions that would inevitably lead to the dark side.
This. I like when the Force was something that came to whoever it choose in a way. It wasn't genetic. Adding shipping and kids from Force users turns it into Harry Potter magic and devalues the concept.
Although that makes technical sense as an explanation, I still say they're dumb for not using the shows in the movies more. If nothing else it would generate a two way street, with people becoming more interested in a character because they had a small cameo in the movie and there is a show to back them up.
Rey being a Skywalker would be overkill and I rather she not be related to anyone and be her own character, at the most she's the daughter of Jedis or some shit.
If she has to be related to someone then I rather it be Obi-Wan and not Luke it would add also be POTTERY since she will be a Kenobi who redeems a Skywalker in a way Obi-wan never could worh Anakin plus Ren being named after Obi-Wan adds to it.
But no, just have her stand on her own, no secret families.
He didn't really shit on him he just told him he reminded him that couldn't while he was in the order if Anakin had quit and gotten with Padme then Obi-Wan would have been all for it but Anakin wanted everything which Palpatine took advantage of to seduce him to the darkside.
Anyway by the time Obi-Wan is in Tatooine he is technically not on the order anymore .
Also if you look at it this way Jedi can't form romantic attachments but there is nothing in the Jedi code about prohibiting them to fuck around like sluts.
They're like 60-75% shit. The show didn't have the better models it got later and the plot was kind of a bunch of one-offs not to mention they hadn't really mastered that balance between action and stupid comedy yet. Also Ahsoka starts out pretty annoying.
Though once you get to the end of season 2 it's pretty much smooth sailing and good stuff from there.
Just watch it all and form your own opinion.
Personally I prefer the first two seasons over the third. They have more war episodes, and the Padme, Satine and bounty hunter episodes of 3 bore the hell out of me.
I'd recommend watching all of it in1080p.
Unlike alot of other cgi cartoons this one is very pretty, full of detail and nice textures.
I don't know for a fact, but i'm guessing it's the most expensive cgi television series ever made.
>Adding shipping and kids from Force users turns it into Harry Potter magic and devalues the concept.
>He thinks shipping wasn't there from the
>He thinks Jedi haven't been devalued since the prequels
>He thinks Disney won't latch onto the familial undertones just to further differentiate the new trilogy from the EU
Oh ye of too much faith.
whatever shit went on in AOS is what caused the Avengers to go retrieve Loki's scepter in Sokovia. Not like even half the people who saw the movie watched the episode that set it up, but whatever
On the subject, what's a great episode to get someone hooked on the show with? I recommended the series to a friend, but despite my suggestion to jump to season 3, he went ahead and started with the first few episodes of 1 anyway, then wrote it off as being bland. I want to just shove a great episode directly down his throat since he's obviously bad at following instruction, so what are some good suggestions?
I remember the arc with Obiwan trying to suppress his desire to bang the Mandalorian queen. Is that a decent place to start? Or maybe the jailbreak arc?
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Honestly, I liked the first couple of episodes of season 1. The Yoda episode, Malevolence Arc, and Rookies eoisode got me hooked on Clone Wars. If he didn't like that, I guess he doesn't like the Clones or war aspect of the show?
I would personally recommend the Umbara arc.
If your friend can't recognize quality than he is a lost cause, especially compared to all the shit we get nowadays.
The Mando queen episodes are pretty stupid if you ask me though. Why is Satine a better fighter than a team of Deathwatch Mandalorians who just kicked the shit out of Obiwan?
He actually watched rookies and said that he felt like it was trying 'too hard' with the military lingo and such. You might be right though, I suppose I might have to chalk it up as a loss due to his
Gee I dont know, maybe because its a tribute to Thunderbirds a-show-literally-made-with-puppets you dense fuck.
(also because it borrows a lot of style from the Tartakovsky series)
> Episode 8 drop more and more hints.
> We learn that Luke had a waifu and a child, but she get kill and the child disappeared.
> Rey is all "Could it be?"
> Whatever shit happens, and she confronts Kylo again.
> He's still on his muh legacy lightsaber.
> She respond MUH legacy too.
> Ren don't know what she's talking about and beat the crap out of her.
> She saved, and is distressed because it should be muh legacy.
> Luke said to her: "Rey,
I'm not your father."
Maybe he'll like the more self-contained character focus episodes. The Deserter and Bounty Hunters probably would have been a better start.
Of course, maybe your friend is just a cunt.
You know putting it out there means it won't happen, right? But I want it anyway.
Because Kenobis are some of the best Jedi?
Jedis not sowing their wild oats (except Ki Adi Mundi who had to because his planet sucks dick) is the cause of most of the evil in the galaxy.
because, despite being british, Finn was told he can't sound british in the movie for plot reasons.
So either Rey is a Kenobi (explaining her force powers and accent) or she's Phasma and Luke's daughter (calling this one)