Rejoice friends. KOTOR may still be confirmed for canon
>Darth Maul training Ezra
>Snips vs Vader
Still trucking sucks the Clone Wars will never be properly wrapped up, but this is good
>KOTOR may still be confirmed for canon
Why, because they recycled a part of a ship's design for the cartoon?
Disney has outright stated that they will reach into the EU for names, places, and stuff, but that doesn't mean whatever story something gets pulled from gets dragged along with it.
>I wanted KOTOR to stay
If anything, the more they cannibalize EU stuff, the more likely the actual original piece will not be made canon.
Maybe they just happen to look like the 4000 years old ships but have new materials weapons and engines?
Not like Starwars tech advances much
>Thousands of years ago
lasers and energy shields
lasers and energy shields
Rebels has been a mixed bag so far. The first season was middling with some high points, but I was willing to forgive it on the basis of finding its feet with a rushed production cycle. The second season has been stagnant so far though - this trailer looks nice, but how much of that is going to translate into real story-telling chops?
They can keep lore-dumping old EU stuff into the new canon (along with adding interesting-looking new stuff too, like that order of yellow lightsaber people and Maul being a wizened Sith mage), but all that means shit when the core character stuff is lacking. The central crew of Rebels should get heavy character episodes before they go off on wild tangents like this, otherwise why should I care?
>inb4 baby show for babies
Being for kids is no excuse for crappy storytelling. If it was, we'd consider stuff like Food Fight to be on par with Toy Story.
According to nucanon, "there's a bit of truth to legends". This means they're going to slowly re-incorporate old EU concepts with a twist, or simply re-incorporate them in more logical ways.
The Scourge of Malachor is a thing that happened in nucanon, and during that time period a lot of Jedi used crossguard lightsabers, along with other types of weapons like curved darksaber katanas and light-staffs.
Basically Disney is going to re-canonize Old Republic stuff at a moderate pace, while simultaneously giving it an aesthetic overhaul to make it look more ancient and different than the contemporary Star Wars era (unlike old KotOR/TOR stuff which inexplicably looked exactly like the prequels and OT).
See pic related for old EU Darth Bane versus nucanon Samurai Bane who wields an orange curved light-pike as his weapon.
>People still not getting how the nucanon works
If they showed Darth Revan in this show, that doesn't KOTOR canon. All it makes canon is that there was a guy named Darth Revan and he existed. Malachor being around doesn't make the Exile canon. It just means that a planet named Malachor exists.
In the old EU the actual KOTOR timeline looked ancient as fuck and completely unrecognizable to the OT, it was the video games that fucked it all up and just copied the movies out of convenience.
I think it was less convenience and more wanting to resemble the movies in order to actually turn a profit. What good is the star wars name for sales when you don't look like star wars?
>Actually wanting a glib facsimile
>those poorly modeled Anakin and Yoda
>the crossguard aka gimmicksaber
>trying to act mysterious and important when you know damn well the actual episodes will suck as
You know what needs to go? The widespread idea that brown and tans robes with hoods are a Jedi outfit. So fucking retarded. I know it leaked into the PT a little bit, but the nuEU should come up with a better template for a Jedi outfit.
All Jedi wear brown robes (or worse a light colored karate looking outfit) because Obi-Wan and Luke wore that stuff in ANH. Somehow EU writers ran with the idea (or were just lazy) and made that the "Jedi outift" despite Obi-Wan wearing robes because he was in hiding on a desert planet, where his clothes make sense. Even fucking dumber are the clothes that copy Luke's original outfit from before he even had any Jedi training.
Yes. In ROTJ which was written years later than ANH and had a strong influence from Ol' George who doesn't give much of a shit about in-universe logic. By the time of ROTJ, there had already been a lot of Legends-EU that had established the dumb idea of Jedi always wearing brown robes or Luke in ANH robes, and that leaked into ROTJ.
NuEU has the unique opportunity to do something new and re-establish the look and feel of the Jedi order. Course they're just going to make them identical to Legends-EU, but I can dream.
In the trailer we saw a new inquisitor that is wearing a helmet and I think we also saw mandalorians(three guys infront of the ship that blows up)
also we are finally gonna see ashoka tano fight darth vader
Why are you not replaying the games right now?
>maul still isn't dead
How does he keep coming back from the dead?
Well you're no fun.
What about Yoda? He didn't need to hide that much since he was in a unpopulated swamp in the middle of nowhere and he wore robes as well. And I seriously doubt that the oldEU had established anything 2 years after ANH.
loved the game, but the ending was really underwhelming. no final resolution with party members, no seeing their reaction in the final battle, no post-kreia-death briefing/dialogues
guess obsidian wanted to leave stuff open ended
I think the point of Malachor was for every character to hit the climax of their development, which was better served alone. But almost everyone you actually cared about got cut - Atton, Mandalore, Visas, Handmaiden, T3.
The first three get some screen time with TSLRCM.
>tfw you started to feel sorry bout Maul during all those episodes with his brother
>What about Yoda?
What about him? he was wearing a bathrobe
Either Obsidian really was rushed by Lucas Arts to release the game early for the holiday season or they couldn't keep their deadline. The restoration mod helps salvage the ending somewhat, it puts back some assets Obsidian had already finished but failed to get into the final game.
>I just want disney to recanonize kyle katarn
Disney remade Kyle Katarn and Jan Orss
THE AGE OF STAR WARS VIDYA IS OVER
NOW DAWNS THE AGE OF THE EMPRAH
Didn't Disney release a blanket statement saying everything is canon? I know that would cause problems, but wouldn't it make it easier for fans of KotOR, Republic Commando, etc.?
One could argue that Palpatine would have taught him to not need a lightsaber disregarding whatever link with the Jedi that was left.
Still, going by that argument, the only Sith shown in the films that shouldn't have lightsabers are Sheev and (maybe) Maul.
>There's always a bit of truth in Legends
>Using KOTOR2 sith Holocrons
>Talking about "The outer rim"
>Disney allowing Hasbro to do a new Revan figurine
Rule of thumb: don't get excited. There is no fucking way Obsidian will get it, it will always be done by BioWare.
And not even the BioWare that made the simple, unassuming, fun, occasionally cringeworthy and retarded KotOR either. It would be modern BioWare.
>Crossguard was supposed to be because Kylo was a faggot that couldn't make a working lightsaber
>Somehow in Rebels and perfectly stable
W-w-wut? Disney said the opposite of that.
That doesn't make sense for them to all be in the same tier of canon. The new movies and the Thrawn trilogy can't co-exist, for example.
All the old EU is in a separate "Legends" canon. It is it's own sort of alternate universe canon. It is now, basically officially reprinted fan fiction.
NuEU is supposed to be a much tighter reboot of the universe. All the NuEU stuff is supposed to be more centrally approved to make it more overall coherent.
Educate yourself buddy. Tales of the Jedi. Read em. It's Star Wars at it's most original and mystical. One of the Jedi Masters is a fucking dinosaur.
Again, I acknowledged it leaked into the PT (because again, George ain't so good at in-universe logic. He's an idea guy who needs somebody to filter him.), but at least for things set in older eras or different parts of NuEU there can definitely be a chance for some design genius to come up with a newer Jedi outfit template.
I know it won't happen, because people don't want to stray too far from what's come before, but it really ought to happen.
>Didn't Disney release a blanket statement saying everything is canon?
>Talking about "The outer rim"
Are you retarded?
Do you not know what the Outer Rim is?
>it will always be done by BioWare
I would imagine there is almost zero chance Bioware will ever be allowed to touch star wars again after the clusterfuck that was Old Republic. Though I don't think Obsidian has any chance either.
Disney is still leasing out Star Wars to EA, and they own BioWare and DICE so they're going to get the Star Wars games. I really hope Disney gets a clue after TOR and Battlefront though.
During the original trilogy George must have had some different ideas as to what a Sith really was. Ability wise, Sheev and Vader had nothing in common. Sheev disliked lightsabers and had his trademark electrocution ability. Vader had nothing like that, he was basically just an "evil jedi" that had a red saber and used the force to squish throats instead of to push things. It's confusing.
>He thinks the Star Wars galaxy isn't simply our galaxy during an unknown millennium between the Dark Age of Technology and the Great Crusade
>He thinks Sheev wasn't literally the God Emperor in the guise of a weak old man trying to unite the galaxy
>He doesn't think Sheev's sleeves are where the golden pauldrons were hidden
I always took this as a thematic thing more than anything else. He's a decrepit old wizard who is shown to barely move. Having him use a sword would be handicapping himself unless we are going full retard like the new movies were Yoda does backflips and shit.
>In a long time ago,
>in a galaxy FAR FAR AWAY
Nope. There's a guide out there that tells you the "must watch" chapters in order.
I mean, the series have very good episodes but others that can be meh. For example they made a "saga" of 3-4 episodes about a specific clone commando (10/10 episodes) and the nex were 2 episodes of Jar Jar + C3PO + Padme (totally 2/10).
The series can ve divided by:
>Ashoka episodes (good)
>Anakin + ObiWan episodes (good)
>Clone episodes (very good)
>Jar Jar episodes (fuck them)
>Padme episodes (fuck them also)
>Other jedis episodes (some are good, some are meh)
Really the show starts becoming good around the end of season 2
I think and hold that Sith and Jedi were never supposed to be so similar as the ended up becoming.
Going only by the films and by fantasy archetypes, Palpatine was the only Sith we saw in the OT. He was basically a powerful evil wizard. Darth Vader had the "Darth" title (though remember unelaborated on within the films, so it holds no lore baggage) and he played the part of a Good Knight who turned evil.
I don't think Sith and Jedi were ever supposed to by symmetrical as they ended up being in the wider Star Wars universe.
Imagine if you will that Sith are incredibly powerful dark side wizards. Sith lords are never straight up fighters, but conspirators and those who use tremendous ethereal power - at the cost of their morality and appearance. They scheme and always work in the figurative shadows.
Lightsabres are a Jedi only weapon. All lightsabre welders start off as light side Jedi trained in the ways of the force. Anybody evil with a lightsabre is a fallen Jedi working for a Sith and never the head-Sith-in-charge.
That Maldis wizard in Farscape is how I imagine a Sith would "fight" people and fuck with them. Drain a Sith of ability to use abstract force powers and they are combat wussies.
At least those are my thoughts on how it *should* have been...
>betrayed by the only family she ever had
>girlfriend tried to get her arrested and kill said family
>master and father figure becomes a monster and actually kills everyone
>even after all these years of solitude she is no match against him
>Playing as anything other than Jesus
Yeah, but the instability resulted in him having to build exhaust ports to vent energy.
In a normal lightsaber, that design makes no fucking sense. It's not like it'll block anything, another saber sliding down the side would just cut the port because it sticks out.
I too thought this, even when it was explained that Kylo's lightsaber was an "ancient design", because I figured that the very early lightsabers would also be unstable, because they hadn't figured that shit out yet.
I agree any lightsaber with a crossguard should be unstable, because otherwise, what's the point?
Not to mention that some systems are in different stages of technological advancement than others. It's not as if every planet in the galaxy is advancing at exactly the same rate.
Nothing from EU will ever be fucking canon you fucking autists and good riddance too. Some ideas will be recycled like >>324158218 and that's it. Fuck off.
>CW Bane is a chinese warrior but they were gonna keep Revan's look
I really don't get this
I want disney to stay THE FUCK away from the kotor "sub-universe".
The only way star wars can be good anymore is being their own thing and being independent from canon characters and events.
>If op is an autist, I also get to be an autist!
also, keep in mind that being happy over something trivial and stupid is autism-1, schadenfreude or feeling of superiority over something trivial and stupid is autism-1000
Not that you're wrong about the line and the connection to KOTOR, but is the Endar Spire really "iconic"? Before recently I never really thought about what the outside looked like, since it got destroyed in the first few minutes of the game while I was inside, not outside of it.
It kind of is. Any "deconstruction" of Star Wars that wasn't Kotor2 was either coincidental or borne from outside criticism.
That isn't why Kreia was an interesting character though. Unraveling her backstory and learning why she said these things was the real mystery. She had a background that was completely fleshed out but almost never touched on directly.
But the reason the older models had the crossguards is because they are unstable as well right? Because the older models were like, not as refined yet? Otherwise why just have the crossguard for shits and giggles?
I figured Kylo made his lightsaber in the older, less refined design because he was a faggot who couldn't into fine tuning of "modern" lightsabers, so he just went back to the oldest and easiest to make design.
>yfw surprise force ghost revan in one of the sith focused episodes
You can see it in Taris in SWTOR.
With the lightsaber design, the metal part makes up most of the "crossguard" meaning if a opposing lightsaber slides down, it will just cut the metal. Also the crossguard saber parts are just venting, not real "blades". It's a crossguard which doesn't serve the same purpose as real crossguards and only exists to vent out energy. Thus any lightsaber which has it should be expected to be unstable and in need of vents.
>But the reason the older models had the crossguards is because they are unstable as well right?
Nope, that was because they needed to vent some of the energy of the lightsaber. The Unstable thing of Kylo's saber was because of the crystal used.
Where do you people get this from, because it isn't in TOR as shitty as as the Revan stuff is there. Even Avellone wanted to make them buttbuddies that would take on the True Sith together.
>Pic shows a totally wrecked ship covered by the planet flora
>"how it's still intact?"
The ship is literally in pieces. You can even go there and visit some rooms.
god, i loathe that animation style so much
how did this become so popular, it's SO goddmamn ugly
is it cheap to make or something? doesn't seem like it would be
fuck, look at it. the character movements and facial expressions are an abomination
Bane is my favorite sith and they ruined him. The EU drawing doesn't even use his curved lightsaber and the new version makes him look like a little chinaman, although bane was literally a big guy (bigger than the masketta big guy). The first Bane book was fucking GOAT, the other 2 are good but not as enthralling as the first because Bane goes into hiding.
Did Bioware herald the gay agenda for Star Wars?
Yea but if you use a bit of reason you would understand that, even after the explosion, the ship wouldn't just "vaporice" and it's remaining parts would end on the nearest planet by gravitty effect.
It's just like the Death Star...do you really think both of them just vanished leaving anything?
What was bombed was the city of Taris. In star wars most of the planets only have 1 big city unless it's a "homeworld" for some species. The Ship didn't have to land just where the city was.
Yeah, I know I'm defending the impossible...but I'm a scientist and I give a scientist explanation for everything.
>And if you’re upset because I put gay characters and a gay protagonist in the book, I got nothing for you. Sorry, you squawking saurian — meteor’s coming. And it’s a fabulously gay Nyan Cat meteor with a rainbow trailing behind it and your mode of thought will be extinct. You’re not the Rebel Alliance. You’re not the good guys. You’re the fucking Empire, man. You’re the shitty, oppressive, totalitarian Empire. If you can imagine a world where Luke Skywalker would be irritated that there were gay people around him, you completely missed the point of Star Wars. It’s like trying to picture Jesus kicking lepers in the throat instead of curing them. Stop being the Empire. Join the Rebel Alliance. We have love and inclusion and great music and cute droids.
>(By the way, the book also has an older woman, a mother, rescuing a man. So if that bothers you, you might wanna find a bunker for hunkering down. And I dunno if you noticed, but the three new protagonists of the movie consist of a woman, a black man, a Latino man. The bad guys all look like white guys, too. So many meteors. So little time to squawk at them.)
>KOTOR may still be confirmed for canon
KOTOR isn't canon you dumbass
Disney can still pull things from the old EU as they please, which they did before with stuff like Delta Squad and have done with shit like Seinar making TIEs. Doesn't mean KOTOR is canon.
I haven't seen any great drawings of Bane, but it wouldn't be hard to make him look cool in the beetle armor. Just give him chitinous chest armor and regular dark cloak without retarded colors. The 2nd picture would be fine if there was no orange and the purple was dark like in the first picture.
Honestly though, he doesn't even have to wear shell armor in the new design because he removed it, but he shouldn't be a little chinaman.
It's from his blog. The guy is cuck supreme. You can't criticize his shitty book or else you're sexist racist homophobe.
>Okay, a couple things, Timothy.
First up: the book is literally not unreadable. It is readable. People have read it. That’s just sort of a factual thing. As for it being terrible — well, if you think that’s the case, I can’t change your mind on that, and I’m sorry you had that experience.
Second, though, I’d like to ask: so, is it really not the gay thing?
Like, you didn’t mention it as a problem, and what you mention as a problem is the writing.
But here’s something I notice with some of the people who claim it’s the writing:
People are, by and large, pretty available on social media.
Like, for instance, it doesn’t take much to go to your public Facebook page and see article after article after article about your vigorous and religious opposition to homosexuality and gay marriage in particular. (Not to mention support of the Confederate flag and Planned Parenthood and all the standard checkboxes that might suggest you and I are not really in political alignment.)
And so, it just seems sort of convenient that THIS book is a book you don’t like and it surely has nothing to do with the fact that the book has what some feel is a “progressive SJW agenda.”
In Kotor1 Juhani was a lesbo. If you killed her instead of having her in the party her lesbo girlfriend fights you on korriban at the sith academy. It was a lot more tactful but then the two doctors who founded bioware left and we have EA fuckery.
>they announce gay characters in the new movie
>I expect hot alien lesbians at least
>I get interracial space niggers instead
His gimmick in his first few appearances was justhigh speed movements, hit and run tactics, brutal attacks, being able to use his cyborg body in interesting ways (like the spinning really fast to scare opponents, and wielding a lightsaber with his foot), and putting the Jedi off balance.
Hell, the extra arms felt more like a last resort, yet most fights in all other media have him using them almost immediately.
>Denies a ship would vaporize even with a video of it doing just that
>Thinks any pieces wouldn't burn up on entry
>Thinks any possibly surviving pieces would come down in the neat and tidy shape of the ship as shown in the drawings rather than near unrecognizable chunks strewn over miles
Nigga, just admit TOR dun goof'd.
Tales of the Jedi comics had it good.
Who would want Obsidian to get it after Avellone left? I hope Disney doesn't let EA/BioWare make it because of what >>324159824 said.
What dev could really do a 3rd KOTOR justice? I would say CDprojekt. There are other devs making good RPGs but I think CDp's formula would fit a Star Wars RPG best. Maybe if Disney is willing to wait a while, since CDp will be working on Cyberpunk until like 2019 at the most. That includes a year of them working on an expansion or two.
This totally looks like Anakin from TCW.
>A spaceship design is canon now
WHOOP DEE FUCKING DOO
We're still never getting grandma back.
Because I sold me Xbox long ago and when you emulate KOTOR II on 360 the inventory screen screeches at you with the intensity of a thousand Ithorians and the framerate hiccups are like dropping out of hyperspace.
And because I'm not shelling out like 5 dollars to buy it a second time on Steam.
Oh boy, where is that copypasta when I need it?
Here we go:
>The TIE wibbles and wobbles through the air, careening drunkenly across the Myrrann rooftops - it zigzags herkily-jerkily out of sight
>Time to buy more space diapers
>I've been following the reviews on Amazon, and to say the least Wendig and his fans are spinning like crazy. There's very little "rage" (as the headline says), just lots of disappointed readers who've never been exposed to his eccentric and off-putting style until now. The rage is supplied by author and fans: they have come up with new excuse after new excuse for why Star Wars fans are awful people, starting with the tin-foil hat conspiracy about an "Alliance" of EU diehards who refuse to accept a different version. Read through the negative reviews, and you'll find instead readers who say that they have no problem letting go of the old EU, but that Wendig's is the worst SW book they've read. EVER. Second dodge, all SW fans who don't like his book are homophobes now. Once Wendig's fans were primed, though, EVERYBODY'S a homophobe. One reviewer on Amazon who identified himself as bi said he was surprised to find that he was supposedly an enemy of gays just because he panned the book.
>Then there's the suggestion by Wendig that the one-star reviews aren't legitimate, because they probably didn't really buy the book. That's simple to rebut: use Amazon's search filter to isolate "verified purchase" reviews only, and guess what? One-star reviews *still* run two-to-one against five-star reviews. When the "verified purchase" dodge didn't work, they tried making an issue of whether the reviewers had ever reviewed anything else (but it was found that a lot of the five-star reviews were first-time reviews).
What the fuck happen to him?
Man I hated Kreia and never used her the first few times but going back now I really think she had the best voice work in that game and also was a great character with the rather unique motivations of "fuck that space magic bullshit".
>When these attacks failed to achieve the goal of making disappointed Star Wars fans shut up, Wendig and company started getting even more creative. More than one reader noted that Wendig's choppy style is so badly written that reading it makes you feel like you're having a seizure, Wendig's supporters tried to claim that the reviewer was making a joke about *epileptics*. However, it doesn't take much searching to find Wendig himself talking about bad writing causing *him* a "seizure" on his own blog, just a few months ago. Just the same, they are striving to find any word or nuance that can be twisted into an attack. And yet it's the Star Wars readers who are supposedly in a "rage".
>Wendig doesn't come off nearly so civil and gentlemanly on Twitter and his blog as he does in a friendly interview like this. He has been inciting hatred among his fans, and mocking Star Wars readers with something akin to the classic "ha ha got your money sucks to be you" attitude.
>It's not hard to see why Star Wars fans don't like Wendig's take. It's clear that he doesn't have as much respect for the source as he pretends. Even beyond his awful writing style, he comes up with stuff that would sound more at home in The Jetsons, like "space diapers". Instead of escapist adventure, he wants to make SW a mirror of the real world, so much so that when the imperial "cops" arrive in the first scene to take on a crowd pulling down a statue, his description of them sounds exactly like the LAPD, complete with red strobe lights. He retreads gags from the movie that were great – in the movies – but reuses them in disconcerting ways, suggesting that Han Solo "always says" fly casual, as if it's just some dumb catch phrase he repeats all the time (he's not Han Solo, he's Ace Rimmer), while Admiral Ackbar is going around worrying about traps.
She's written to sound deep, and written good, but she's not really that deep or unique. She criticized you for being a good guy, she criticized you for being a bad guy, you decide to stay neutral and not be involved in others business, since, apparently, that's her whole philosophy, but she smacks you with "Apathy is death!" Thanks, grandma, that was a valuable lesson.
And it's terrible. And the space battles are just awful, they tried to copy the original trilogy, but it just looks awkward, specially when they show the cockpit sparks, and fighter explosions.
Assuming that's the case too.
And it looks like shit that and the budget is pretty small compared to clone wars. I don't think people will realize how much money Lucas was dumping into that show, some episodes cost millions.
Oh right, I have that one already.
Cheers anyway, anon.
It's because you're a lonely recluse who's never been with a girl, so subconsciously you feel you'd relate to an alien lady more than a human woman.
All I'm getting is this though.
Not that I'm complaining.
Maybe you just want what you know you won't ever have.
KOTOR is better than 4 of the 7 films
Because I'm too stupid to figure out how to run it in widescreen, unless it's windows 10 that's fucking it up.
I know, but all I've got right now is this shitty laptop and it came preloaded with it.
Kotor 2 was fun though.
I think this trailer has made me realize that I actually do not care at all about Jedi and the force anymore. I really don't.
I care about literally everything but Jedi. I've had enough of Jedi. I want to hear about pilots and ground troops and smugglers and Stormtroopers and shit.
>cropped the dick out
1) her point was about always being aware of the possible consequences of your actions, not about what you should do.
2) Apathy is Death is NOT HER FUCKING QUOTE, it was Ludo Kressh's sith ghost message to you in the vision/dream you were trapped in while in the tomb. It should be fucking obvious when everybody in your fucking party started saying it no matter how out of character it was for them.
>choose your class!
>chapter 2: WHUPS YOU'RE A JEDI NOW, cut to the training montage!
That was offensively bad. Also
>[let's abruptly stop gameplay to advance Carth's backstory]
>Bastila "muh battle meditation" Shan, the most overrated waifu in video games
>MUCHA SHAKA PAKA, as written by idiots that don't understand Huttese has an actual lexicon
>lesbianism aside, Juhani was literally insufferable and I was strongly tempted to kill her and be done with it on a light-side play
>Entire story was built around the dumb plot twist
>Whole game looked fucking hideous
>more of the same narrow-minded values ubiquitous to Bioware writing since Baldur's Gate 2, difference being that game managed to be good
>for instance, the idea of a "light side," instead of the Force being a neutral entity with a dark-side splinter
The real pleb is the man who trumps up this dated and asinine game like the best thing that's ever happened to Star Wars vidya. Canderous was okay I guess. HK was a mindless death machine, which might have been funny if he wasn't a vastly better character in 2. Jolee was the only character that was truly likeable.
> that episode is not finished yet
This starts airing again in 4 days. If you somehow think that in 4 days they're going to make everything look different, you're deluding yourself.
>for instance, the idea of a "light side," instead of the Force being a neutral entity with a dark-side splinter
You do realize that that's literally the entire cornerstone of Jedi teachings right?
>Build a trilogy around race mixing
>Finn is supposed to save Rey and fuck her to teach girls that the only way to pay for the sins of your grandparents dark past is to fuck black men and have children pure from racist sins
>The fans mix the only two spoocs with eachothers as faggots that can't get no kids
whos cucking who now?
It's obvious the video of him training is before the show since he looks much younger and has different clothes. Does that episode where she shows Anakin fighting come out in 4 days? If no then they have time to do a little bit more detailing
Humans can breed with Twi'leks and Togrutas, their children become half-humans
Aayla Secura was on a spy mission banging some human warlord until he got into an "accident" with his ship
One of Luke's fellow council member post-ROTJ is a Togruta Jedi Master who had kids with a human in Naboo, the human was some pro-Republic dude who helped hide her and their halfie kids were force sensitive
>Finn is supposed to save Rey
Dude Finn is a faceless trooper that got his ass handed to him throughout the movie by everyone and his best buttbuddy is the gayest man in the universe.
Fucking /pol/ overreacting lmao.
>chapter 2: WHUPS YOU'RE A JEDI NOW, cut to the training montage!
it takes like hours to beat the first chapter so that is 100% also you were already a Sith so you already knew the force you fucking retard
ONLY SINCE KOTOR.
A "light side" was never mentioned in the films. The idea was that the Force gained power through emotion, and emotion could be controlled through meditation, instead of letting it run wild and feed on itself until you became a full blown sith.
Along comes Bioware and suddenly there's two distinct factions of Force users with no real difference between them except "we're trying to help other people" vs. "we're trying to help ourselves." This made sense to write in to Kotor, because it was easier to contrast dark side vs light side around the Force tendency mechanic, but it was also lazy. And now it's everywhere.
So are all these guys going to die or what? How do the explain not being a thing in the movies?
>Sith Empire raided the twi'leks for slaves before they disappeared into the Unknown Regions.
>Their non Force-sensitive descendants are purely bedslaves and pole dancers.
>And original Sith.
Only because the original Dark Jedi used Sith alchemy to make that possible.
Man I keep forgetting who this bitch is. Was playing Battlefront 2 campaign the other day and was like "oh hey a random playable twilek". Didn't even register that it was the same character that got shot in the ass in the movie.
He was referring to Leia you shitstained cum-bucket please tell me you aren't serious
Actually he wasn't in Episode 5. Leia wasn't going to be Luke's sister at first. He was supposed to have a sister though somewhere in the galaxy. Then Episode 6 made them twins.
It's pretty faithful fanart.
That quote is from Episode 6 you pleb
>tfw only needed to see incase to know it was futa
Nonsense, it was written in because Bioware thinks Jedi are the only part of Star Wars worth writing about, and the player character being a non-Jedi is anathema to them. It should have been entirely possible to remain a non-force-using class and still turn out to be Revan in the end - and in the interest of the council keeping power out of his hands until he proves himself to be worthy to their cause, it made a lot of practical sense too.
Like I said, bad writing.
I would rather read and watch shit about Jedi than drown in the horrid fucking travesty that is Karen Traviss' Mandalore.
I'm so fucking glad she took that shit with her to ruin other series like Gears of War and Halo with muh warrior tribals.
first off: this looks like trash than I could imagine, this series should have not been made
second: The ones in the trailer are Thranta Class, the one in your Picture is a Hammerhead Class.
Thranta were designed for SWTOR, Hammerhead is in KOTOR 2
One has clear Corellian Corvette features, the other is it's own original design.
>jedi and sith fucking everywhere
just fuck my series up
Read what he (you?) wrote- >>324171361
The "..." implies that Yoda is stuttering, i.e it's the similar line that he says on his deathbed in EP6
Finn is anything but a faceless trooper. And even less a stormtrooper.
Everyone should already know that he is going to be jedi at the end of the trilogy. You can see his "Force Awakening" at the opening scene where he decides to become good. Kylo even gives him a look, recognizes him as traitor when he escapes and later mentions to Borg that he felt the Force Awakening.
You wanna hear the plot? Rey's daddy(Luke) issues turn her to dark side, so its up to Finn to save her from herself and her family's cursed bloodline.
Its all there in the first fucking part. Rey's kiss for goodbye and Finn, being insleep, unable to go with her. How these two barely even know eachothers and suddenly become the best-of-friends in a matter of, travelling from not-tattooine to jungle bar in one big set of uncut action sequences. Just letting him hold a lightsaber is enough.
Rey will go bad and Finn will save her, as a jedi.
M8 I love Witcher and CDProjekt but I don't really think they could pull off Star Wars as well. We don't even know for sure if they're good at cyberpunk yet, and Star Wars is a whole other animal of Sci-Fi.
I avoid post-ROTJ material as a rule of thumb. But no matter how bad it is, it can't discredit actual non-jedi getting shit done e.g. Dash Rendar, Kyle Katarn, Jango/Boba Fett (the fact that he's technically Mando notwithstanding)
Dude is a fucking walking talking terror bot. It's also canon that he can just flat out say "no" To blasters and deflect that shit with his hands, I wouldn't put it past him to just throw up a force shield or some shit and go to town.
It's also canon that every time he's on tatooine he just kind of has a mandatory "wipe out a sand people settlement" day.
>Luke, did I ever tell you about Ahsoka Tano? She was a young Tortuga adopted by the Jedi after the war claimed her parents. She was your father's apprentice and lover before she was cast out of the Jedi order. Later she went on to form the rebellion, coming face to face with the man who killed your father before vanishing from the galaxy. She was a good friend.
>It's also canon that every time he's on tatooine he just kind of has a mandatory "wipe out a sand people settlement" day.
That's fucking great! I don't follow the EU, but I have read some shit on Wookiepedia. And shit like this is what made it fun.
I've always wondered but have never been able to get a good answer because there is so much arguing about it.
Did Vader deflect the blaster shots with his armored hand or the Force?
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.
One great thing about the Clone Wars was making Anakin actually based in the series. Its a completely different Anakin from the prequels while still having moments that hint to the future.
God the force is so stupid sometimes. You basically make up any crap you want.
The force went from "I can move things with my mind and deflect a few blaster bullets" to "Well I am highly trained in martial arts and the force so I can basically ignore hundreds of dude with rapid fire blaster guns"
Anon please. Please.
>he is going to be jedi at the end of the trilogy
He's not force sensitive. The force awaken is for Ray. Her force fucking awakens. Did you watch the movie? Finn gets beaten down by a baton. His character is that of a mook who decided to get away from preset cause. There's nothing jedi about him, he has a story with his former comrades (nines, zeroes).
The sequels will be about Kylo's redemption.
Actually the only real Jedi is the adult male. The kid is sort of training but he's not really a Jedi yet. And none of the red lightsaber guys are Sith. They're given some bare minimum training by Vader but they aren't full Sith.
The force was obviously involved in some way because otherwise Vader would be relying on Han to just happen to shoot him in the hand as he raised it. If Han had hit him in his control panel he'd be dead.
The force. Also he used the absorption technique not the deflection technique, the bolts didn't go anywhere they all just voiped into his hands with some sparks and a blue flash. The blue flash of force absorption was made with better special effects when Yoda did it later to absorb force lightning.
>implying he wasn't perfectly capable of fucking the Empire's shit up as a non-Jedi
And in many ways he was better than a regular Jedi because of that experience. I'm fine with that. His transition wasn't spawned of the desperate need to suck glowy lightsaber cock.
Luke, did I ever tell you about Dexter Jettster and his 1950s themed space diner? He helped me solve the mystery of the bounty hunter who tried to kill your mother by uncovering a planet that had been erased from the Jedi archives. He was a good friend.
In those really good Tartarvosky clone wars cartoons it showed that anakin could manipulate the force even with his broken prosthetic. I think in the movie it was supposed to show how futile it is to use a blaster against a force user, especially one as fucking OG as Vader.
That's what I thought but I wanted to see. My friend was arguing that it was Vader's armored hand and when I asked why just his hand was armored to take blaster shots as opposed to his whole body (why raise the hand like he's using the Force then instead of just standing there taking it and looking menacing?) he just argued that it was so his hand didn't get cut off by a lightsaber again.
When I argued that as the Jedi were nearly extinct so he would not be seeing many lightsaber fights and that his hand WAS cut off again in ROTJ he just kind of muttered something and changed the subject.
Watch out for that vicious bounty hunter Boba Fett, Luke. Did I ever tell you about his father? He was hired to assassinate a senator that me and your father were guarding. We kept bringing her around open windows and public areas in order to draw her wouldbe assassin out, but his cunning surprised even us. He had used his payment to hire another bounty hunter to kill the senator for him while he sent us on a wild goose chase. And then that 2nd assassin used her payment to buy a robot to assassinate the senator for her. Did I mention the 2nd assassin was a shapeshifter? She could have been a good friend in disguise for all we knew! Where was I? Oh yes, then that robot used its payment to buy poisonous bugs to release into the senator's room while she slept, after lasering a hole through the window. It could have just lasered her because we we weren't watching her at all, but it as not a good shot. So we sense the hostile life forms in the room and rush in and save the senator in the nick of time! Then I jumped out the window to chase the robot back to its owner! Luckily it didn't have a self-destruct function. Then we found the 2nd assassin and chased her across the planet, and caught her when she tried to kill us instead of shapeshifting and escaping. But to our surprise, Jango Fett was watching the whole thing instead of going to kill the senator while we were away chasing the bugs chasing the robot chasing the shapeshifter. He shot her with a poisonous dart instead of sniper blaster, and only her instead of shooting all of us or blowing all of us with a rocket or something, then he escaped with his dumb jetpack. Mace Window killed him later, right in front of Boba. Mace was a good friend. Boba is a bad friend.
Clearly manipulating the force requires hand wavy shit. Just tell your friend that it's okay to be wrong and ultimately it's all trivial shit and he shouldn't sulk like a child.
See, that's why KOTOR is great. Because... they can't. The new Sith get all up in your face with lightsabers and you just unleash a hailstorm of heavy repeater fire on them and they look terrified and confused, whiffing their deflections and getting stuns proc'd on them until they keel over dead. Then you get to real fucking Jedi/Sith like Malak and the same shit happens while he desperately tries to heal himself draining all the prisoners.
>Mace Window killed him later, right in front of Boba. Mace was a good friend. Boba is a bad friend.
Eh. Kanan and Ezra have gotten a lot of development and Hera and Sabine have gotten some. It's just Zeb and Chopper who've been forced into trading off comic relief and team asshole.
I really wish they'd give Zeb an episode that doesn't involve Ezra somehow.
I always wondered about how stressful it would be to be an AT-AT pilot.
>Oh.. Oh SHIT GUYS THEY'RE BEHIND ME, THEY'RE BEHI- Oh okay good you got em. Good job.
>Yeah. Blastin rebel scum. Maximum firepow- AH CRAP THEY'RE ABOVE ME NOW. GUYS, GUYS YOU GOTTA- Oh you're busy? Okay. Uh. Right.
>What was that noise? Are they on top now? What are they doing up there?
> Can somebody get on top to see- WHAT DO YOU MEAN THERES NO TOP HATCH? Jeevus who the hell designed this thing?
>GUYS YOU GOTTA HELP ME! THIS THING COSTS ELEVENTY-TWELVE BILLION SPACE BUCKS AND IT CAN ONLY SHOOT FORWARD
Why is his lightsaber a gun?
Why does this look like such shit?
Reminder that Sheev was a good guy and wanted Death Stars stationed at every system on the edge of the galaxy because of a vision he'd had about the Yuuzhan Vong. He literally did nothing wrong.
Anything that isn't the movies is fucking bullshit sometimes and as much as I don't like edge Vader I do applaud that after he gets put in his suit he has to improvise and rely on his men and cunning to to defeat fugitive Jedi and ambushes.
Then you have the bullshit comic crap like this one and where he " soloed an entire two squadrons of x wings by him self no trusted wign men".
>Due to their impressive appearance, it was used as much for psychological effect as for tactical reasons.
Word for word from pic related so it's even canon lmao.
>movie makes him famous
>hates the movie
what a fucking faggot, i hate some of these pseudo-artist actors who think they're better than other people just because they are used to a more "serious" type of role.
I always thought one of Vaders coolest aspects was that he almost never had to 'do' anything himself. He could rely on his intimidation factor and armies alone, but had enough bite to back up his bark if anyone doubted him.
Only motherfucker in the universe to make everyone in the galaxy terrified of him without having to raise his upper arms.
It's true that X-wings are pretty rad, and don't get enough love.
But A-wings are even better.
Twi'Lek mechanics? They're only fit scrubbing floors or pole dancing.
Honestly X-Wings, A-Wings, and B-Wings are just the absolute best. I love all three of them so much that I would grind myself into climax on one if I could.
But nothing is more satisfying to me than the firing pattern of an X-Wing. Blat blat blat.
>not liking cute greasemonkeys
>not thanking your twi'lek mechanic after another successful flight mission
>not giving her more thanks in private
That's the thing, they're supposed to be like siege engines, not tanks. Add to that the fact that they are so heavily armored that almost nothing can pierce their armor (except for the neck area), they don't need to worry about people flanking them.
granted, the design is still pretty stupid, but I digress
Yeah, if anything The Clone Wars series shows is that Lucas's ideas to make that period of the Star Wars universe more like the classic serials works way better as an actual serial series than it does as a pair of movies.
I will never accept that. I will never accept that an AT-AT wouldn't be massively improved by taking one of the lasers on the head and putting it on top or bottom.
Imagine if it was also a mobile AA platform. Speeders woulda got wrecked.
Looks like a normal guy now and not some edgelord faggot who got tricked into joining the sheev side.
Seriously though, fuck the prequels.
Serious question though, does Rebels do a good job salvaging the EU and prequels?
It's time to make the Sith Empire great again!
I've been reading some of the new EU stuff books since it's still in its infancy and I figured why not go ahead and jump while it's early?
I know which one I will NOT be reading now.
I mean, look at this shit
The AT-TE, the Republic's main weapon of war, couldn't even scratch the AT-AT with it's main cannon.
Even the Hijacked AT-AT seemed to be having trouble getting through the armor.
>thinking that the prequels needing salvaging
sorry you can't understand their hidden brilliance
Here's the most up to date canon guide (courtesy of /co) for all anons wanting to shitpost or actually look into what Disney cares about.
>not wanting a qt mechanic to grease your shaft
The Clone Wars playset is fun. I played the whole thing as Ahsoka.
I'm not hating on Tortuga. Just saying Twi'lek make my dick more happy.
Speaking of Tortuga though, what's Asoka been up to? I watched like a few episodes of Season 1 rebels before I stopped watching it. She in it at all?
I see it as being directly like Marvel's comic and movie canon. They're pulling stuff as they please from the old EU, but nothing from the EU is actually present until they say it is and when they bring it in it might be changed.
>tfw Darth Maul is my favorite Sith
Feels good man.