Send in the Walkers - Edition
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Who is the dumbest person in the whole galaxy and why is it Greedo? He misses a guy sitting across a table from him. Even discounting the Special Editions, he never once thinks of saying "put your hands where I can see them". Not to mention rambling to a person he's about to kill.
Filoni is now sporting plaid... soon he will transition to flannel. His beard is also getting whiter and his neck thicker...
And then his transformation will be complete.
>He misses a guy sitting across a table from him.
More like, he never gets a shot off in the first place.
People say "Han shot first" but the true version is "Han shot ONLY".
>Even discounting the Special Editions, he never once thinks of saying "put your hands where I can see them"
He's Hutt ganger scum, not a trained bounty hunter.
>Not to mention rambling to a person he's about to kill.
He hates the shit out of Solo, just like a lot of other people. Probably was looking forward to bringing him into Jabba alive, or watching him die slow.
>Filoni is now sporting plaid... soon he will transition to flannel. His beard is also getting whiter and his neck thicker...
For some reason I thought the ship on top was supposed to be part of the world's stupidest transforming robot
Like setting a Harrier on top of two Abrams creates the world's first Megazord
>He better hope nobody tells Tarkin about this.
They lost two Walkers, a squad of Stormtroopers and a Lambda shuttle and three ships just went into rebel hands.
He might need to take a long vacation.
They thought they were rid of him, but George was cunning. Within his apprentice he sowed the seeds of his eventual resurrection...
i mean like ive never really gotten this line of thought
i mean its more like
"you just found your mother tortured and dying as a result of a tribe of violent natives an as a result you killed them and because you are the man i love consumed by grief and because i don't know the specifics of the Jedi code i wont call you on that"
"you walked into a room full of children who trusted you and you murdered them what the fuck"
so i was hoping they'd side step the whole "why didn't Leia ever mention those two force users she met one time to Luke" by not having them use their force powers. but then it happened at the end and PLOT HOLE
i mean its possible that she didnt know what she was seeing but Bail being such an ally to the Jedi i feel like that far fetched that she either didnt know or didnt tell her
i mean its possible he didnt but its slim
Shhh, you'll overexcite /k/.
>Or is he a true warrior of the Empire?
He's just a man trying to do his job while working for a Totalitarian Government, like all other Imperials, but unfortunately he is on the wrong side of history and he's the bad guy. But if given the chance to join the Rebels, he probably won't, he's probably too loyal to the Empire for that.
How is that a plot hole? It's not like Leia ever said "I have never seen anyone with Force powers or a lightsaber at any point in my life" in the movies. There's nothing to say that she never brought this up to Luke at some point.
Hell, in ANH is she even aware Luke has Force talent for most of the movie?
>Aphra is now in Rebel Custody
Fuck yeah, I was right about the shape of TIE Mustard's wings.
please. IBO is the punching bag now. Let my shitstain of a series rest.
>Why not complete it?
>"comleting it" without notTenel Ka
Unfortunately A.Z posed enough problem to take me in for the whole first half, whereas I was weary enough of melokadadrama to avoid IBO entirely.
Anyways. I'd like to know if you would buy the "Rey is Anakin" theory. because it sounds like a theory crafted by crack.
Y'know what really messes me up is that Palpatine's actor in the movies and his VA for most of TCW are both named Ian.
I also don't think replacing Abercrombie with Tim Curry was the right choice. Curry's great, but not for Sheev.
She really is god damn adorable. Grown on me big time since seeing the film. Before then I didn't think anything of her because she has no tits, but now I see the source of her feminine power is dem teeth.
>Prequel time will never be touched again
>OT time holds no interest to me
>New trilogy time holds no interest either because it's just OT, and also there's no new trilogy expanded universe stuff yet
At least TOR still exists I guess
See, you would be absolutely in the right here because that guy is shitposting for no reason, except you're anime avatarfagging while doing it which is also shitposting, so how about you just leave now?
no, you are. And If you still are making a big deal of me posting, then maybe you should re-asses the situation here, because you're the one looking like the person who wants the attention.
Anyways, guys. Is there any chance that anyone here is into plamodels and has a Bandai SW model, i'd like to know if they have good quality, planning to buy an X-Wing (T-70)
>this garbage taste
Thank god people like you have no say in Star Wars
I feel zero sympathy for you and your terrible taste.
Prequel era sent the franchise straight to hell. In the last few years before the Disney buyout, Star Wars toys were literally over-stocked and bursting to the brim on store sells, and not moving. The fandom and franchise was all but dead.
I do not want to return to those dark days.
thats a good point
well like her close friend and ally was agonizing over becoming a jedi for a good long while when they new each other you'd figure it'd come up, or even after Luke became a Jedi
>Prequel time will never be touched again
You had around 15 years of PT era media being shoved down our throats. Over a fucking decade where 90% of SW media was PT.
Let it rest, pls. I'm just so fucking tired of the prequel era.
>In the last few years before the Disney buyout, Star Wars toys were literally over-stocked and bursting to the brim on store sells, and not moving
The only time this happened in the last decade was the push for TPM 3D merchandise, with Hasbro making such inspired decisions as releasing the same Qui-Gon figure on three separate packages.
>well like her close friend and ally was agonizing over becoming a jedi for a good long while when they new each other you'd figure it'd come up, or even after Luke became a Jedi
Maybe it did.
>By the way I saw some guy use the Force
>WOW TELL ME MORE
>that's it really
Not sure why this is even an issue.
>>By the way I saw some guy use the Force
>>WOW TELL ME MORE
>>that's it really
>Not sure why this is even an issue.
Not that guy, but the force users in question are part of a rebel cell with ties to her father. Reasonably, she would try to connect them with Luke if they were still around.
Of course, that's the big if, right?
You're one to talk, you cry about the OT and new trilogy and people shitting on the prequels like this in every single thread. Literally same exact passive aggressive bullshit posting style every time so I know it's you. Take your own advice and move on. If you don't like Star Wars, leave. Simple.
The funny part is that the most vocal "PT IS SHIT OT IS FOREVER HAN SHOT FIRST" people were also born in the 90's. The people who grew up with the OT and witnessed the disappointment of the prequels firsthand have all moved on.
You're not allowed to like the OT, this thread is for us prequel fags only, if you like movies with real special effects then your kind is not welcome here!
Does anyone want to read my fanfiction about Jar Jar? I wonder what his dick smells like!
>mfw I've moved on from the entire franchise
I used to not understand people who claimed to watch something ironically. But finally, sadly, I do.
I was blind but now I see.
As a Starbucks barista, this pleases me greatly.
>got the OT pre-special edition on VHS when I was a kid
>went to see TPM when I was a slightly older kid
>completely insulated from any opinions but mine and the kids in my neighborhood, we continued enjoying it and the others as they came out
feels good enjoying my space fairy tale movies, family
>Are there people who saw the OT when it first came out here?
Hrm, not that old. 30 now.
My first intro do SW was early 90's, watching grainy 80's VHS versions, and catching SW's on TV. This was all before the new marketing pushes in 94/96, so there wasn't new toys either. My friends and I used to scour collectible and antique shops for their bargain $3 opened Star Wars action figures from the 70's and 80s.
It wasn't until the cleaned up THX VHS editions came out in (I think) 1996 with better picture and sound that there was finally new OT toys.
I just find it funny that at a young age, my friends and I subsisted on toys that were made before we were born.
yfw you realize the vehicle/ship toys they made in the 90's were the exact same molds as the 80s toys
Yeah I suppose it's unfair of me to say the entire franchise, as I've taken to Rebels in the last few weeks. Another irony given that I had no interest in even touching it before the movie came out.
Still haven't seen TCW.
There are anons in their 50s and older around these parts.
To clarify, I was born after ANH, and was too young to see Empire at the time. I was old enough to go see RotJ in theaters, and a month before it came out a local theater showed ANH and ESB, so I got to see all three of them in theaters in 1983.
Kenner was lazy as fuck with a lot of their toys, just as Hasbro is now. Obviously, at the time I didn't know since I was only 7 in 1996 but I had a ton of the original toys that my uncle gave me and then a ton of the Power of the Force ones from the 90's and the few 80's vehicles I had were identical to the "new" ones at the time. Only difference was that the figures were all absurdly muscular instead. Still loved that shit big time though and still have all of if, which amounts to hundreds of figures and almost every vehicle.
How dumb is the Empire?
When the Empire lost it's Emperor why did it dissolve so quickly?
>When the Empire lost it's Emperor why did it dissolve so quickly?
They actually stayed around for a bit, but remember, they also lost their best and their brightest during the Death Star 2 incident. Most of their senior staff were onboard the fleet of Star Destroyers, and Death Star 2 was a huge money sink.
So loss of Emperor, loss of most of their veterans, huge financial loss which meant Galactic banks were pissed at them, plus open rebellion on planets that barely had more than a peacekeeping garrison posting on them = Empire pushed out of power.
>How dumb is the Empire?
Pretty fucking retarded. Then again they were under the rule of a Sith Lord and Sith Lords can't rule for shit. Sith Empires are inherently self-destructive.
>When the Empire lost it's Emperor why did it dissolve so quickly?
Because Imperials aren't trained like normal soldiers, they are trained in backstabbing and working against one another for personal gain, even if it means theoretically burning the entire ship just to kill the captain.
The officers are taught they are better than the rest of their comrades and the enlisted and lesser officers are taught blind loyalty, so there is no real cooperation amongst anyone.
Power vacuum, all the Moffs and Generals turned on each other trying to become the new Emperor and the New Republic capitalized on this to continue to take planets and systems from them bit by bit while they were distracted. By the time of the battle of Jakku a year after Endor they had already significantly weakened themselves, people were defecting and handing over fleets to the New Republic or smaller groups were destroyed in the infighting or trying to take on the NR. Destroyed themselves essentially.
On top of that you had the higher-ups still left trying to seize power for themselves and instead of uniting they all fractured and tried to undermine each other, making it easier for the rebels to pick them off.
So basically the same thing that happened to the Sith. First Order seems to be an evolution of that philosophy, where the strongest remnant went into hiding, built up its power in secret, and then revealed itself to rape the galaxy.
In your opinion, how does Rebels line up with The Clone Wars
I personally liked TCW better because of Art, Story and the mood, also hated Rebels Animation Design
But what do you think /swr/, I wanna hear your opinions
I still can't rack them up against each other yet because TCW had a longer time to grow on me and become a great show. Rebels still isn't there yet. I like Rebels more than I liked season one of TCW, but it's struggling with its second season, and I think, at this point in TCW's run, I was starting to love clone wars a lot.
>In your opinion, how does Rebels line up with The Clone Wars
Pretty good, better at times. At least it's consistent. With TCW there were superb episodes followed by shit episodes. With Rebels it's good all around, barring a few misses. Like them both really and they fit their era the stories are told in.
Plus we are seeing Imperial tech, and I've always had a soft spot for that.
TCW is significantly better than Rebels in basically every way. The low budget for Rebels and drastically toned down violence kill it. The main characters STILL aren't interesting or likable either. Rebels is only kept afloat by cameos by film characters and TCW throwbacks.
Also, I think it's important to note that TCW retroactively improves and fixes the prequels in a lot of ways. It adds a lot. Rebels meanwhile adds nothing of value and in more than a few instances shits on the established OT era.
>Prequel era sent the franchise straight to hell.
Delusion is strong in this one.
>In the last few years before the Disney buyout, Star Wars toys were literally over-stocked and bursting to the brim on store sells, and not moving.
How does it feel to be bullshitting on the Internet?
>The fandom and franchise was all but dead.
You're mistaking "then" for "now".
Well, and now the franchise is indeed dead. Its corpse can yet be galvanized with money into making some more shambling steps, just as it happens from time to time with other stone-dead franchises, like Terminator or Aliens, but that's it.
Their staying power is probably pretty good, since there's a bunch of kids who've just experienced Star Wars for the first time and will enjoy it for a long time.
Just like you probably first experienced Star Wars with the prequels.
>Star Wars is dead despite TFA garnering legions of new fans
But there is no legions of new fans, anon. It is obvious that TFA sold solely on the nostalgia factor. Reaction among real people, both those I know personally and on the net (by the latter meaning accounts of actual persons, not anons or forum masks)? "Great unintentional comedy", "Scratches my nostalgia itch, but I still must admit it is shit", "As shitty as prequels", "Disappointment of the year", "Not fooling me again, Disney", "I'd much rather watch Jar-Jar's antics for two hours straight".
>People actually believe Star Wars was ever a niche thing
>People actually believe normies were unaware of Star Wars before TFA
>People actually believe Star Wars is dead now
LITERALLY equivalent to the muh raped childhoodfags
IT'S ABOUT ETHICS IN REBELS JOURNALISM
Anon did you ever wonder why Bail immediately volunteered to take the girl?
I want this to come full circle one day, with Andi voicing a character based on herself in Rebels working with the crew. Some intrepid space reporter looking to get the TRUTH about recent events from an Imperial Intelligence official modeled on and voiced by Hidalgo. The circle would be complete
Actually it was about making Cultural Marxist clickbait sites lose a shit ton of their sponsorship.
And we won on that front. hue hue hue
THis is why I've never bought this whole "Disney is the devil overlord who's going to ruin the purity of Star Wars" narrative people are trying to push. Lucas has been whoring his baby out for decades with books, games, toys, merchandise, etc for decades. There's an entire bit about it in Spaceballs for fucks' sake, and movie is decades old.
The idea that Disney is doing anything different is just silly. You can argue the quality of the work is different, but not the means, Lucas was just as mercenary as the Big Bad Mouse.
>THis is why I've never bought this whole "Disney is the devil overlord who's going to ruin the purity of Star Wars" narrative people are trying to push
If by "people" you mean randos on the internet that nobody listens to anyway
boy what happened? when did she get so hot?
A darker consequence of her presence in this episode is that she never mentions them in any way in the future. She didn't go to Kanan or Ezra for help when Vader captured her. She sent for Obi-wan.Who knows though
I have a vague memory of it. I was very little at the time. I remember being scared shitless of Jabba. I remember I had a few RoTJ toys and that's basically it.
I remember more seeing the movies later on in life and loving them.
There's a recommended list of episodes you could find around here or someone will probably post. But honestly I watched the entire series using the chronological order a few months ago. I liked the series so it wasn't a problem for me. However, a lot of people complain about pacing and slow/bad writing especially over the first two seasons. Depends on personal preference, I guess. I liked it. Give it a go, anon!
Personally, I'd just watch it all in release order. Watching it chronologically comes with the negative side effect of having amazing late seasons episodes followed by weaker 1st season ones so you'll be jumping back and forth between different animation quality. I feel like they be jarring.
>Attention citizen, please contact your local Imperial office and pay your outstanding parking tickets
I couldn't be the only one who burst out laughing at this scene because of the ridiculous nature of it to a point, right?
Am I the only one frustrated by the plot armour of the main characters? I know they can't ever lose but it's episode after episode of them standing in the open as the enemy obligingly shoots around them.
At least make them appear to be in danger or something.
hopefully someone dies this season. We know they have to be swept under the rug before ANH but if they do that all in the last season it's going to be a total snore. Them taking out the Empire every time with just their little team of 5 makes just diminishes the success of the rebels of ANH.
It's less a great victory against an overwhelming force and more "of course they defeated them because they are defeated at every turn"
>Sliced in half in TPM
>showed up again in TCW (Survived because HATE, ect, ect)
>Becomes a third faction in the war by uniting the underworld
>Can't peeve the Sheev, who
kills his brother, and ruins his entire plan
>fast forward to Son of Dathomir comic
>Sheev has Maul imprisoned on Stygeon Prime
>Maul escapes the prison and heads back to mommy Talzin
>Sheev shows up with Greivous and they
>Maul escapes, never to be heard of again
From the implications of the trailer, he fled to Malachor to train at a Sith Temple, planning his revenge.
As someone who haven't followed the CG clonewars I'm confused as hell my maul is still a thing in the first place, concidering he was a cool sword not a character but...
>he fled to Malachor to train at a Sith Temple
Pretty sure that temple was sort of imploded when the giant Fuck you engine was turned on.
As in the whole system more of less got crushed.
Only reason the bloody planet is known is because of that bit of lore so it's a severe case of pick and choose it seems.
Besides I was lead to believe old republic was still cannon, isn't it only EU past the trilogy that got shafted?
I'm aware Lukas hated Kraia for being actully well written but still.
All Old Republic material including the two RPGS are considered Legends material now.
They're picking and choosing elements to bring back, but I doubt they'll bring it all back as a whole.
Malachor is back, there was a war and a great calamity that happened there, but we don't know any details beyond that.
The hammerhead republic spaceships are back, too.
>Besides I was lead to believe old republic was still cannon
No, everything except The six movies and TCW was made non-canon in 2014, they're building it back from the ground up (and pick-and-choosing tidbits from the EU to bring back)
>I'm aware Lukas hated Kraia for being actully well written
You opinion, but a lot of shit from KoTOR, especially the sequel, is essentially fanfiction from people who didn't understand the force in the slightest. None of it would fit in Canon. Kreia looks like an actual retard to anybody who actually knows anything about the force.
If lightsabers can go through imperial walker legs like a hot knife through butter then why did Luke rappel up one and just cut a small hole in a service hatch?
Either the Imps improved enough on the AT-AT armor to make that trick unlikely again by the time of Hoth, or else Luke assumed that because his speeder's blasters couldn't penetrate the lightsaber probably wouldn't.
Also he wasn't trained t that point - he only really strted doing force jumping when he was training on Dagodah. So he grappled up because he knew he could do that.
He was thinking like Rebel soldier who happened to have a lightsaber, not like a Jedi.
>That episode where Sheev uses two sabers.
I really don't think you should set yourself up as a starwars expert on the force of all things, if that's your forte mr. namefag.
>That episode where Sheev uses two sabers.
Are you suggesting this was a bad thing? Because I loved every second of it.
>I really don't think you should set yourself up as a starwars expert on the force of all things
I'm not saying I am an expert. Just that I have a pretty ok understanding of whats presented to the audience.
I can only present what I know, along with my humble opinion, which of course you are free to disagree with.
>All Old Republic material including the two RPGS are considered Legends material now.
You forgot the MMO.
>The hammerhead republic spaceships are back, too.
Even in legends, Sheev was a two lightsaber wielder. They were going to do have him wield two in Revenge of the Sith as well but Ian Mcdiarmid couldn't cope with using 2 lighsabers so they used one of his lightsabers for him versus Mace Windu and the other for Sheev vs Yoda
Luke was no Jedi. He didn't even know how to super jump yet or what he could even do. He struggled with Force Pull, for crissake.
Why compare pre-Yoda training Luke to someone who, while no Knight, has known the Force nearly his entire life.
I just checked that issue, Vader had no trouble. He takes two swings, to slice each peice of metal connecting the leg to the foot of the AT-AT, with seemingly no problem at all.
I think the explanation for Luke is literally that he just overlooked the situation, that he didn't even think to slice the AT-AT's ankle.
Yeah, Luke was acting more like a soldier than a Jedi. Definitely not aware of what his lightsaber can do let alone himself.
Thinks to use a cord to reach the midsection and ...then cut the security latch on the underside hatch so he can toss in a grenade.
Then again maybe he wasn't just interested in toppling a walker so the guys could just get out, battered but ready to shoot some rebels. Maybe he just really wanted to frag every stormtrooper inside? I guess that's possible
It doesn't matter what Luke could do, a lightsaber's a lightsaber no matter who's holding it.
I think they just keep making lightsabers more and more powerful because they're lazy story tellers. Even in the prequals when they first showed a lightsaber going through a substantial amount of metal it still was hard and took a long time to cut.
>It doesn't matter what Luke could do, a lightsaber's a lightsaber no matter who's holding it.
In the specific AT-AT attack Luke very much mattered.
As for the lightsaber, they've been pretty consistent that there is no metal that a saber cannot cut. Shields and energy fields produced by certain weapons, but we don't (yet) have information on things like cortosis even though we know they exist in nu canon.
At any rate you are correct that their primary issue with metal is how long it takes to cut, which Rebels still uses. Kanan had Ezra help him use the Force to jigger a lock and lift a hanger door because there wasn't time to try to cut through.
The AT-AT in this instance, with Kanan charging it as it's coming towards him, well it's legs just weren't all that thick for the situation. But the legs were alway the weak spot.
Whats up with this Inquistor? Her interrogation tactics are pretty arousing
They're trained to emotionally fuck with people? Doesn't mean they train the tactics she's using, as such, but she's doing what she knows fucks with him.
Or she's doing it for shits and giggles. She's a dark sider after all.
They should have made Ahsoka the MC of Rebels. Ezra is such a whingey little bitch and the worst character in the show. Ahsoka is cool and calm and is actually capable of killing someone.
Zeb and Ezra are really bored one day, decide to explore the new ships. In the back of the cargo bay they find a loose panel that apparently came loose during the heist of the ships. It's an old smugglers compartment.
Inside is Revan's body frozen in carbonite. Zeb and Ezra exchange dumbfounded expressions. Suddenly they both begin to grin.
Next is a serious of screenwipes showing a succession of deferent events.
>Attaching repulsorlifts to the carbointe slab and "surfing" him down the corridor of the ship
>Using Sabine's art supplies to paint dicks all over Revan's frozen features
>Fun and games at the target range with a blindfolded Rex spun around several times to see if he can still shoot the carbonite target
>Sneaking Revan under Kanan and Hera's bed so they make sweet, salty interspecies relations overtop his frozen body
>finally a shot of Chopper just chucking him out the airlock over Lothal where it crashes into the battery drained corpse of a long forgotten Imperial comm droid
The episode ends with a box marked "Rainy Day Activities Kit" and a brand new 10,000 piece Revan puzzle.
Well Leia isn't 14. She's 15 or 16 at this point, which is about when the voice stops changing after puberty.
Most of the times Leia sounds old is when she's dealing with Imperials, or basically putting on mature/haughty airs of a Princess working with the Imperial Senate.
It's missing some laser cannons.
But the show even calls them "old ships"
Are you suggesting this was bad? The only bad thing is we didn't get more of it.
Also KOTOR II is absolutely fan fiction tier. Kreia and Darth's Edge lord and Edgier were shit. If you think they were cool its only because you're 14.
Nihlus and Sion did have cool designs but other than that they were garbage.
... She knows Jedi exist, anon. She knows what they can do. Her dad worked with them during the Clone Wars. Her entire mission to Tatooine was to collect an old Jedi by the name of Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Nothing has ever suggested Leia is somehow entirely ignorant of the Jedi. Quite the opposite.
first time clone wars fag here
watched eps 216, 116, and the movie
-216 is an ok filler episode
-116 was cool, i liked seeing a clone trooper address the issue of clones basically being slaves
-movie bored me to tears aside from the side of the cliff battle, babbyhut and daddyjabba, and 3dcg hershlag ass
-jedis wearing armor is stupid and they didn't do that in either episode ii or iii and i hate it
-ventress really gets no introduction, she's just there all of a sudden. anakin is already a knight. why didn't they keep genndy wars canon?
>-ventress really gets no introduction, she's just there all of a sudden. anakin is already a knight. why didn't they keep genndy wars canon?
When they did the movie, they were doing it under the assumption that Genndy Wars WAS Canon. They were treating the new show as an expansion of the first cartoon. It was only later that they decided to have the new show completely overwrite the old one. So we don't YET have a Canon story for Anakin being knighted, or Ventress showing up. Or Greivous for that matter.
The issue is why didnt she send Luke to Kannen or Ahsoka or even Ezra after ANH.
Assuming any of the 3 are still alive after ANH the first thing Leia should have done is send Luke to them for training. Which is really what people have been bitching about Rebels for for ages. Why didnt these people train Luke. We cant even use the "Luke didnt know about them" excuse because Leia knows about them.
And the idea that they dont know about Luke is fucking moronic considering the PR campaign waiting to happen around him.
Ok so I've been a little busy tweaking the Guides (and I have a new one incoming)
Very small update for the main guide:
>Changed the Novels order at the suggestion of someone here
Obi-wan wore armor in the Genndy wars. That was actually a big thing in the Legends stories. I dont remember what book but one of the books out there covers how Clone Troopers practically worship Obi-wan because everynow and then he throws on Clone Trooper armor so they see the General as one of their own in a weird way. Maybe "Labyrinth of Evil" ?
But ya originally Clone Wars and Legends were canon at the same time. A huge reason why I really dont like Clone Wars is because from the start it was contradicting things that were the same canon level as it.
The timeline is still a very early work in progress, and thus is still missing some info.
I also can't post it on 4chan because of the huge resolution, but I plan on cutting it in half anyways.
So skipping that;
This is the Recommendation chary thingy we did.
Say what you will about George but he never would have made any of that "wound in the force" bullshit.
It was convoluted fan fic tier shit m8 and if you like it you have shit opinions. Sorry its just a fact, I don't make the rules this just how things are.
And lastly, the first of two more Guides I am working on, after a few people here requested them.
This one is based on the canon Vidya (I'm sure the lack of things on this will no doubt upset people)
The other one I am working on is for the books, but that one is trickier to design, so you will have to wait for that one.
it got updated and i wasn't even notified
Um, Leia sends a droid after Obi Wan Kenobi and specifically mentions the Clone Wars, so she absolutely knows about the Jedi. I always assumed the core systems had better education and Holonet connectivity and would be better aware of (fairly recent, actually) history. The only person who expresses skepticism about force powers is Han Solo, from what I recall.
tfw no republic commando reboot with the clone wars graphics
I know, I loved Force Commander.
Excellent story and some good game idea. (I really enjoyed the process for "making" units was simply holding an LZ until a transport could bring your men down and you had to protect it until it arrived.
Also how unique the Rebels and Imperials were to each other. I love the T1-B
>Then again, she was written by a company who turned star wars into a fucking DnD game
>kotor's mechanics are like DnD
>mana bar instead of per days to appease casuals
>no gods to appease casuals
>no alignments aside from good or bad to appease casuals
>no abilities aside for force powers to appease casuals
The Spin-Off movies will be bi-yearly for the foreseeable future, but the main saga is supposedly ending at 9, which means they're suddenly going to have a lot of time for a Tv Show.
I strongly suspect that when 9 is done, we will get a Live Aaction tv show.
But honestly, maybe even before then, who knows.
But it will happen, eventually.
people count the period between episode three and four as prequel?
>Let it rest, pls. I'm just so fucking tired of the prequel era.
It's treason, then...
She wouldn't have told Luke because Luke didn't ask for help training. He ran off on his own.
They especially won't show it because they don't want the comics and cartoon to step on each other's toes. Aftermath already mentions that Wedge was recruited into the Alliance by Fulcrum. That does imply that Ahsoka survives to the founding of the Alliance, which doesn't exist yet in Rebels. Or they just meant the Rebellion and not the actual alliance. Or someone else was using the Fulcrum codename for recruiting.
No not everyone agrees and no it certainly doesn't fuck anything up. At worst it might retcon if people survive, but they've already had far more telling retcons like Leia remembering her real mother dying when she was young, only Padme actually died in childbirth (and no Bail only has one wife on record who showed up in Episode III and died when Alderaan was destroyed).
Filoni is already on record as it not mattering, nothing in the OT providing any real obstacles to them letting characters survive - if they so choose too.
Like with Moraband the only ones who care will be the ones who already complain about every piece of inane shit or who demand that these characters die.
There is no way that Disney will have their young Jedi hero Ezra die. Instead I can guarantee you that the situation will be just like it was at the end of TCWs where fates are left ambiguous, which will give people as much room as they want to swear to blue blazes that they must be dead because Yoda or Tarkin said so. That's the same thing that happened with Ahsoka, only it turned out she survived.
It's a big galaxy and not everyone's fate is to run around together. We don't see anyone bitching that Ackbar wasn't defending Yavin against the Death Star in Home One, or wonder where General Dodonna is in Return of the Jedi.
They'll no doubt take some time off before a sequel to their sequels.
Unless they decide to do something godawful like Star Wars Episode IX Part 1 and Part 2. You never know with how Hollywood is these days...
They've been talking about it for years. They're still waiting for the right technology able to make it cheaply. Could that happen by 2020? Who knows. Maybe we can ask future President/Galactic Emperor Donald Trump.
>'The reason why Rebels is so slow, is because your Prequel-shit that nobody cares.'
You sound mad as fuck, the addition of prequels characters hasn't 'slowed' it down, whatever the fuck that means
>Remember this Clone Soldier, whatever, who was in the other Series?
>Remember this orange bitch who was in the other series?
>Remember this? Remember that?
Every fucking time.
This. The sets would have to be extremely limited, say always inside a ship's cockpit or hull, or a building. There would have to be too much cgi to get from planet to planet believably, or show extreme planets that don't exist as biomes on Earth. All aliens and droids and stuff would have to be practical as well, so that limits what we would see in the show.
It's our fault you're too much of a shitter to keep up with the cartoon.
Ideally, they should take at least ten years off before X.
I suppose keeping the saga as a generational thing is out of question now, so hopefully they'll at least give the new crew some time to age a bit, before jumping back in.
Please stop feeding Beaky, It feeds on (you)s. Let it starve, let it die.
You don't have to watch or read prequel related stuff. If you don't enjoy it you can turn off your PC or phone and go out for a walk.
REMEMBER FIVES DEATH? THAT WAS SAD
>rebels is OT
it's before the OT you fucking idiot, christ, did you even watch Rebels?
>You opinion, but a lot of shit from KoTOR, especially the sequel, is essentially fanfiction from people who didn't understand the force in the slightest. None of it would fit in Canon. Kreia looks like an actual retard to anybody who actually knows anything about the force.
Once again tripfags proving why everyone hates tripfags: Because they're ignorant faggots who truly don't know shit and who likes to attention whore. Remember, everyone, ignore tripfags and don't respond. Except in this instance because his faggotry had to be pointed out.
>Nobody cares about Rebels
now I know you're baiting
>but i'm not!
then you must be severely brain damaged
Not trying to be cheeky, they've played very loose with the numbers for freaking forever. >>79183321 is correct. Basically there were enough clones for both the conflict and killing the Jedi.
The most specific is the 200,000 clones ready for the first battle of Geonosis and a million more on the way. Later on the Senate approved the Military Enhancement Bill which ordered another 5 million clones.
Apparently they kept spare clones, millions of them, fully aged and with their accelerated educations just ready for the Republic to fork over the cash. They also still have a bunch of embryos, too, but another five million of them wouldn't be fully combat aged until ten years.
>Ahsoka is the key to all of this. If we can get Ahsoka working... cause she's a cuter character than we've ever had in the franchise before...
Less than seven millions of clones would not be enough for a conflict on the scale of our Earth. All major militaries in WW II were individually bigger than that.
The original movie kept the numbers vague by only referring to "units" of undetermined size. But then some fuckups among EU writers decided to think that units were individual clones. And the Clone Wars decided to repeat their bullshit.
This is my rating of the movies based on my personal enjoyment. I like all of them in spite of the many glaring flaws that the series suffers from. Thank you for understanding.
6 > 5 > 3 > 4 > 7 > 2 > 1
The Clone Wars were a galaxy wide but still very fluid fight. The problem with equating it to an earth type conflict is it ignores the big ass light speed fleets which are capable of leveling the surfaces of worlds.
The battles were mostly fought as flareups on key worlds and over relatively shortly, even as the larger war continued. The first battle of Geonosis ended after Attack of the Clones in a Republic victory. Later on the Geonosians managed to restart the conflict again leading to a second battle that ended in a Republic victory. The fight under Dac's oceans was also relatively short, as was Umbara and Ringo Vinda (itself a massive space station that was a ring around an entire planet). Typically the fighting is rather isolated to key parts of planets, and not spread out across it's entire surface.
Battles typically take place both in space and on land at the same time with the winner most typically decided by whoever wins in space, which cuts off supplies and reinforcements to the ground forces though some on the ground fight to the last. Fighting isn't always spread across the entire planet but at key strategic or valuable locations. The Clone Army itself is divided into different groups each under a Jedi General, and rarely do worlds have more than two or three different generals. Most often Anakin and Obi-Wan since they're a huge focus of the show with the third being the "guest star" Jedi like Aayla, Windu, Kit Fisto, Plo Koon.
Between their space ships, their fighters (relatively few of which are capable of leveling cities based on the Ryloth arc), and their big ol' war machines, the battles are fierce and fast.
Clones are fewer in number than droids but superior combatants. Droids also suffer from their own problems that limit them. Not just their brain power but they require power and replacement parts. They are even more vulnerable to supply line issues to clones who can effectively live off the land of most worlds. Droids typically rely on command and control ships or tactical droids, giving them unique vulnerabilities. They also are packed in huge numbers aboard ships and transports, the loss of either resulting in huge droid losses.
At any rate the numbers >>79183511 are just those numbers we're aware of and do not constitute the entirety of the Clone Army and there are likely other times more have been ordered that we just aren't aware of. Still they surely never numbered above millions, and didn't really need to be.
Biker Ahsoka was a cool idea, too bad the fucking show got cancelled. At least we got the unfinished episodes.
The easiest way to identify various clone armies is by their colors. Anakin has the 501st who use blue. Obi-Wan has Cody and his orange highlighted boys. Mace Windu actually uses troops with brown highlights (no comment). Plo Koon has the Wolfpack in grey.
I think Aayla Secura used yellow with her troops. Does anyone remember the color of Kit Fisto and Luminara's troops?
I wonder how she'd react to the clones painting her on their gunships
We all know cute girl senators were down in the barracks "raising morale" by gulping down as much trooper jizz as they could, I doubt she'd be bothered to see she was the favorite for a unit of clones.
>I have to care about one part of Star Wars to enjoy another
Oh no how dare they
>Tua model again
Now they're just fucking with us
So now that its clear the Ghost crew are literally the single most significant group in the founding of the empire I just can't wait for the Disney re-releases of the OT where Leia tells Luke all about the heroic exploits of Ezra Bridger and Obi - Wan is replaced by the clearly superior Kanan.
"Tua" is actually a hive-mind near-human species native to Lothal. They've now seen the brutality of the Empire and seek to work harder and more efficiently to please their master.
>being this buttmad that OT characters can meet with rebels characters
I'm not mad, I think it's great.
OT chars a shit, Rebels are far superior.
In fact we already know the Ezra, a random 14 year old boy, is literally the best ever at connecting with animals through the force. What was Luke the best at? Getting his hand cut off? Being the son of a mass murdered?
Honestly I hope they just have Ezra kill Vader and scrap the OT all together. It's time we moved on from George Lucas's tired old films.
And watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEbWuGMJMxA
It looked pretty cool to be honest.
My favorite foreshadowing moment from TCW was with Satine and Obi-Wan at the standoff with the terrorist guy threatening to blow up the ship, and he asks who will prove themselves to be the cold blooded killer... And immediately, Anakin's lightsaber bursts through his chest from behind.
That analogy is terrible. Looking at a car in a museum and driving one are two completely different things, whereas watching a newer movie and an older one are the exact same activity. Please try harder.
Can we take the time to appreciate how fucking tough those AT-ATs were?
>takes multiple (what I assume are) proton torpedoes/ship cannons and still keeps moving
and then Kanan comes in with his lightsaber Jedi OP
Probably not all served as generals. Anakin was probably serving under Obi-Wan and Cody until he made Knight (I wonder if we'll ever get the backstory on how Rex and Anakin met). Ahsoka actually held the rank of Commander, which put her above Rex (but certainly not when she first joined, since Anakin wanted Rex to show her the ropes). She was a Padawan but they probably did double up on Jedi in some cases. Especially Jedi who seemed to travel in pairs, like Tiplar and Tiplee (their troops pictured below).
It's an interesting question. Theoretically they'd have no problem with colors as long as they didn't mind using different shades.
>Rey longed for a fatherly person who would treat her with love and fulfill her sexual desires
>Kylo Ren murdered this one person right in front of her
I guess Sheev would be proud of Kylo.
>Sorry its just a fact,
It's not, it's an opinion. You're talking out of your ass.
>Rey please. You're in a desert
>You can't be soaked in certain places
I want a Star Wars MOBA
>Can choose all characters ever as heroes