Which novel is that? Some shitty new one?
Wait, Anakin turned to the dark side to save Padmé, but if he was in love with that alien the whole time then wtf?? Doesn't that defeat Anakin's whole arc?
I mean yeah that was a little dumb, but Anakin was portrayed as pretty rash and jealous so I can kinda forgive that. But this just seems fucking stupid, it basically shits on the prequels
I dont think youve actually watched it. There is also literally no reason to mention her.
>4k dvd special edition release of Empire
>extra dubbed lines are added for continuity
>no, I am your father, also I had a padawan named Asohka one time.
>I'M 45 BUT LOOK LIKE I'M 60 BECAUSE I CHOSE THE AGEING HAG JEWESS INSTEAD OF MY RED HOT YOUNG PADAWAN
>I COULD BE PLOWING MY 39 YEAR OLD TOGRUTA SMOKESHOW OF A WIFE RIGHT NOW
>I JUST KILLED THE EMPIRE SO IT'S NOT LIKE ANY OF IT MATTERED ANYWAY
>WHY IS MY FAGGOT SON FROM THAT BITCH THE LAST THING I HAVE TO SEE BEFORE I DIE
>I HAVE NO LIMBS BECAUSE OF THIS
Someone edit Ahsoka into this
It's stupid because George tried to make a modern sci-fi Shakespearean theatre drama, like when Romeo kills himself immediately when he suspects Juliet of being dead, instead of waiting a day or two. Constant whining, high emotions, illogical rash decision making. It doesn't work in modern day storylines though because we all secretly acknowledge that Shakespearean melodrama is shit.
>we all secretly acknowledge that Shakespearean melodrama is shit.
kek. just switch your brain off!!
Why would they mention her? She had left the Jedi at that point in ROTS and in AOTC nobody had even met her yet.
>Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise?
>By the way Anakin I am just reminding you that you had a padawan but I don't even know why I'm bringing it up because she got the fuck out of here long ago.
>It's an old Sith legend...
There is no escape from orange butt cheeks.
I heard that was left ambiguous because the author didn't know how or if she would die by the events of ROTJ so Anakin just says he something about how he tried to deny what he felt for her and also that he "failed" her, which could mean either he killed her or just failed her as a master. Or maybe even failed to keep someone else from killing her.
>YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO BRING BALANCE TO THE FORCE, NOT LEAVE IT IN DARKNESS
>LIKE YOUR TOGRUTA PADAWAN WHO LEFT THE JEDI ORDER BECAUSE OF US JEDI JERKS BETRAYING OUR MOST TALENTED PADAWAN WHO WAS ALSO A COMMANDER IN THE REPUBLIC ARMY
He was the best star pilot in the galaxy, and a cunning warrior.
And he trained someone who is honestly on par with a full jedi, even if she never got knighted, who was away during the massacre and is probably still alive.
Now that I think about it, finding and training her a bit more would probably have been a much better use of my time.
And he was a good friend.
Luke did I ever tell you about Ahsoka Tano, nicknamed Snips by her Master, was a Jedi Padawan who, after the Clone Wars, helped establish a network of rebels against the Galactic Empire. A Togruta female, Tano was discovered on her homeworld of Shili by Jedi Master Plo Koon, who brought her to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant to receive Jedi training. Following the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Jedi Grand Master Yoda assigned the young Tano to be the Padawan learner of Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, whom she joined at the Battle of Christophsis. Whereas Tano was eager to prove herself, Skywalker had a reputation for recklessness, and they had a rather difficult start as Master and apprentice. Yet, they worked together to rescue Rotta, the son of crime lord Jabba Desilijic Tiure, and returned Rotta to his father, thus facilitating a crucial alliance between the Hutt Clan and the Galactic Republic. Your father almost abandoned your mother for her sexy orange buttcheeks.
He was a good friend.
This is as close as I got.
>The story includes a number of references to material that had not yet been released at times of other adaptations of the Return of the Jedi story. These include several mentions of Padmé Amidala, a mention of Ahsoka Tano, and an oblique reference to Ezra Bridger as the boy who "sent a message across the worlds that ignited a spark of rebellion" during C-3PO's tale to the Ewoks.
Doesn't give specifics and I'm not buying the book. It's also apparently a retelling so I don't know if it's meant to be an update to bring it up to speed with the mountains of new stuff that has released since ROTJ or some kind of alternate universe.
Maybe a download for a rainy day.
>he was the best star pilot in the galaxy and a cunning warrior
>He also had a cute little padawan with orange buttcheeks.
>Padawan means Jedi pupil who serve under a master who may or may not be a Jedi Master, which is a higher rank than Jedi Knight, but we still call them Jedi Knights.
>He was a good friend
It could work.
Did I ever tell you about gravity?
Most inhabited planets and moons in the galaxy had an acceleration of gravity at or near standard gravity of 9.81 m/s2. For beings who evolved on worlds that had standard gravity, travelling to planets that had lower or higher ones could be a a disturbing experience. On a lower-than-standard gravity planet, a Human could jump very high effortlessly. On a higher-gravity world, however, the same Human could feel plastered to the ground. For example, the planet Carida had a gravity nearly twice the galactic standard, which was turned into an advantage: Carida was the site of a reputed Military Academy, and its higher gravity enhanced the challenge of field maneuvers. Some believed that low-grav locations such as Columus had health benefits to obese beings by reducing strain on the heart and increasing mobility. It was not at all the case, however. In fact, those who maneuvered on a low-gravity planet reduced their muscle use, which only tended to slow metabolism.
Gravity was responsible for helping me, Obi-Wan Kenobi, find the missing planet of Kamino, as all nearby objects were drawn towards the spot where Kamino was supposed to be, though nothing was recorded in the Jedi Archives at those coordinates.
And he was a good friend.
Wait just a minute! Nobody else post until this has been confirmed!
Darth Vader (one of the most well known and iconic villains in any media ever) died thinking of orange ass?
I'm sorry, why do people have a problem with Ahsoka? I can see how Rebels might piss people off, what with this time crunch and Jedi being present to help the Rebels, but The Clone Wars is easily the best part of the entire Star Wars series.
This is not debatable.
It's probably due to the fact that, on paper, she sounds like an obnoxious special snowflake.
While she's well executed in reality, I can understand why people may have been put off by it.
>watch Despecialized Editions
>this scene is fucking laughable because of his weird pixelated eyebrows
Why didn't he just leave it as it is in the Special Edition. I know it's not identical to the Theatrical Version but now it just looks fucking shit.
This is what I'm talking about, they also wiggle and move independently of his face. It's so goddamn distracting.
Because there's no HD versions of the SE an the existing rips don't scale very well to 720p. The author plans to use the 35mm version when the Team -1 finishes the scanning of the prints.
what book are people referencing? Ive read majority of the new major novels and none of them mention Vaders death in detail at all.
In an upcoming episode of rebels, Vader is going to rek her shit up, thats the only mention of it ive seen
>character for kids
You clearly never watched it, since that was anything but made for kids. Slavery, drugs, sexual assaults, terrorism and a shitload of other things were touched upon.
I wish I could do that again, I've dumbed myself down to the point where I can only fap to videos. I used to be able to hallucinate encounters, like my sexy geography teacher stripping before me
Luke, did I ever tell you how much your father hated sand?
Sand is a tiny and monstrous creature.In fact, sand was pretty much everywhere, and it could easily kill you if you came to close upon it. One could say that Sand was not a good friend.
Its pretty clear Leia wasn't very important to him, he tortured her and planned to kill her in V. I dont know how important she would be to him he only found out she was his daughter in VI. And his only thought was to use her to bait Luke.
>Force Sensitive Jedi's can't sense somebody reaching for Ass.
I keep seeing this and I have no clue what the fuck this is.
Is it some kind of a magic trick where she sticks her thumb through her eye?
Is she masturbating with her ear?
Is she having a stroke?
What's going on?
Isn't it better not to know though?
What is this from?
I just got done binge watching TCW and this is new to me.