>Newest Rebels Episode: Wings of the Master:
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>Star Wars: Commander ( /co/ Squad: Empire - SheevSquad )
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>Star Wars Audiobooks (Canon and Legends) and Motion Comics:
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Alright lads, tell us about your self insert.
>whatever the fuck else.
Smart ass green astromech.
Padawan to Kyle Katarn during the legacy era of the old canon. Adapt his taste in comfy jackets and space asians, sense of humor, and carry a green lightsaber with yellowish core. Practice form III, which isn't as common among younger, agile jedi favoring form IV, but the old masters respect me for it. Never leave without a big old pistol on my hip either.
I don't know if it's the "all digital" process that Marvel has implemented or what, but their books just look....off to me. The colors are either too flat or too muddy. The "inking" is clearly a photoshop brush setting and not actual ink&brush dynamics. I don't have a problem with that in the abstract, but I feel like it SHOWS in Marvel worst of all.
some sort of freighter
witty bounty hunter
tumblr but as a jedi, the catch is im always saving his ass
i was a broke faggot who picked up a gun and learned how to use it and made a living
>>whatever the fuck else.
i'd have a droid with a perm named jose
I've just read an insanely good theory about the story of The Force Awakens and the sequel trilogy in the Jedi council forums. It sounds very plausible and would explain many things some people are still worried about.
If you don't mind spoilers, read it. It's really good: http://boards.theforce.net/threads/andy-serkis-supreme-leader-snoke-in-episode-vii.50020018/page-297#post-52877676
If this or something like this is actually true, then TFA is easily going to be the best Star Wars movie yet.
>lightsabers are elegant weapons of the Jedi
>symbols of a time long past
LASER SWORDS FOR EVERYONE
You're given the option of restoring five things from Legends to Canon.
What do you pick?
I've always thought that Star Wars should be more grand and epic like Lotr. This theory sounds like Lotr in space which would really be awesome and memorable. I doubt that it will play out (exactly) like this, but it sounds so much better and more intriguing than most fan theories and predictions out there and it wouldn't even contradict MSW's plot outline.
>First Blood Part II
Sadly they all got killed in their sleep.. How ironic.
Knights of the Old Republic media projects
(with the exception of The Old Republic MMO)
Shadows of the Empire
Maybe some of those detailed source books too.
Darth Vader the ghost prison.
Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader.
Yeah pretty much everything Vader.
You will find that it is you who is naive about a great many things.
Not quite. Just Bane himself is canon. Still waiting to see what other parts of his story get brought back. I at least hope Zannah becomes canon again.
Really? It was beyond him on his own to go "Wow, we just wrecked ourselves due to so many of us existing and infighting. We should maybe try this another way?"
We don't know why he did it besides some vague hints that, like before, the Sith destroyed themselves better than the Jedi ever did.
No, it appears the Revan fan wank was strong with me.
It WAS his idea. Revan's Holocron was just validation for it because it detailed his relationship with Malak.
">After landing on Lehon, Bane began his search for the Temple of the Ancients, and along the way managed to tame a wild rancor to be used as his steed. He felt a much stronger connection to the dark side on Lehon than he did on Korriban, which reinforced his belief that the Brotherhood was flawed. Once he made his way to the temple, Bane began searching for any dark side relics. Though the temple appeared empty, he sensed a great power hidden there, and so continued to search until he located a holocron that had been created by the Sith Lord Darth Revan millennia ago. Thrilled at having his faith rewarded, Bane activated the holocron, and spent several weeks studying it. From the holocron, Bane learned a tremendous deal about the dark side and Sith—more than he had learned in his entire time at the academy, he felt. The knowledge he gained from this holocron validated his view that the Brotherhood needed to be destroyed for the Sith to conquer the Jedi."
No, I wasn't accusing you of Revan wank, I was accusing Karpyshyn. Revan justifying Bane's existing opinions turns Bane into a raging nostaligafag stuck in an idyllic past that never even conformed to his own standards of the present. In the book, he destroys the Brotherhood purely because they're "not muh Sith." I hope nucanon Bane gets a better motivation for kicking off the Rule of Two than "that's what Revan-sempai would've wanted".
>mfw Snoke turns out to be Plagueis and sheevfags realize he was a puppet of Plagueis' all along
I can see it now. Luke needs info finding Jedi macguffin.
"Who do we know that could possibly give us info on a Jedi Artifact."
"Yeah, whatever happened to that slimy Hutt?"
"We let him get captured by the Empire."
I think the they've hinted at the Mandalorian Wars in TCW, so maybe there's hope.
>because Luke NEEDS to make his own
Well yeah, a Jedi making his own weapon is usually pretty important. If Luke is supposed to return the Jedi, an important milestone should be making his own Lightsaber.
>jedi being so shit they get wiped out by 7 guys
It took Anakin and 10,000 clones to defeat all the Jedi in the Temple, and surprise attacks by the rest of the Clones to take out the rest. All with greater numbers.
If Luke's Jedi can't stand up to these guys 20+ years after he's established an Order, Luke is a failure.
So how would you fix it? How would you make it as good as Clone Wars?
>So how would you fix it?
Maybe not kill all the Imperials at nearly the same time. Thanks to that Kallus lost his dynamic and is the sole Imperial holding all the failure, looking weak in the process.
>How would you make it as good as Clone Wars?
Budgeting, give the fucking show more money. If I'm Disney in this scenario I'll give them money to actually get quality sets and scenes in Rebels. As well as simulcast it on the regular Disney channel and XD, to get the ratings it should be rightfully given.
I don't know why people expect Kallus to be a threat to the Rebel crew when he's not facing off with them in direct combat, not to mention how skilled the rebels are.
Kallus, did everything right in Relics of the Empire but couldn't win because--guess what, he's outmatched by two Jedi with the Force backing them up and a bunch of super-skilled soldiers.
You think Luke alone would be able to train better Jedi than the old order did when he only has a few years time to find and train his apprentices? The victims of the Knights of Ren won't be fully trained Jedi.
Start introducing new rebel characters.
For example, a group on Coruscant who don't even know if the Rebellion is real or not thanks to a media lock-down. Paranoia and betrayal abound as they fight secret Imperial agents in the slummy sectors of Coruscant.
>did everything right in Relics of the Empire
>Relics of the Old Republic
No he didn't, he had the Rebels in his sights on the Star Destroyer and the Admiral himself was ready to commence orbital bombardment, until Kallus wanted to use a ground assault to show how badass the Empire was. In that instance he royally fucked up, and it was his fault.
YOU CANNOT DO AN ORBITAL BOMBARDMENT ON A MINISCULE, MOVING TARGET LIKE A WALKER. You'll more than likely miss
He even says this himself. Pay attention next time. And once again, when he was on the ground, he made all the right choices.
We don't know if it's 20+ years yet. It's a flashback scene so it could've happened 15 years before the events in TFA. Luke himself wasn't even a Jedi master at the end of ROTJ and you expect him to build an order comparable to the prequel Jedi order in 10-20 years max.?
Some shuttle repurposed as a live-aboard/workshop.
Jedi sentinel, focus on droid and computer engineering
Orb droid whose processing core has been replaced with a jedi holocron, giving it the personality and encyclopedic memory of a long-dead jedi master.
Underachieving Jedi who drifted to the path of the Sentinel because of focus issues. He is part mechanic, part logistics manager.
>whatever the fuck else.
mary sue up the wazoo
If this theory is true, then the sequel trilogy would be more comparable to Lotr than to the OT. Some of the roles would be pretty similar I guess.
Rey = Frodo (+ Aragorn maybe)
Finn = Sam
Poe = Eomer
Han = Gandalf the Grey
Luke = Gandalf the White
Leia = Theoden (?)
Maz Kanata = Elrond or Galadriel
The Knights of Ren = The Nazghul
Kylo Ren = The Witch King of Angmar (+ Gollum maybe?)
General Hux = Saruman
Snoke = Sauron
This could actually work.
Read the transcripts dumbass, nothing was said about the AT-RT being too a miniscule target to hit. Konstantine had the rebels and clones in his sights, but Kallus stopped that to showcase new Imperial weaponry.
Hmm, no, at a certain point (and it is safe to assume that any interstellar civilization is past that point) it becomes "do we care more about eliminating the target than about keeping this planet habitable?"
Dude, I like Kallus, but he fucked up big time, even the higher ups knew he messed up. There was a reason he wasn't commanding Star Destroyers in Wings of the Master, they don't trust him with anything larger than a Arquitens and a Gonzanti.
Best episodes so far. Not counting the movie cause it was extended
1. Relics of the Old Republic
2. Always Two There Are
3. The Lost Commanders
4. Wings of the Master
5. Brothers of the Broken Horn
That Hondo episode felt severely forced and filler as fuck. I miss story arcs
Potentially missing wasn't the excuse he should've used. All he had to tell Konstantine was "Uh, let's try to capture them alive with walkers. If they're working with these clones, it means they might have other allies beyond Lothal. We need more information, so we need to capture them."
Easy. But the writers didn't add anything like that, so he looks like a walker-wasting loser instead.
>YOU CANNOT DO AN ORBITAL BOMBARDMENT ON A MINISCULE, MOVING TARGET LIKE A WALKER
Well damn, can I at least carpet bomb the general location of the rebels for an hour or two?
Nigga, it's a Star Destroyer. It can most definitely do some fucking damage to the area the rebels are in. Hell, you only need four of five of them to BDZ a whole planet.
Ezera turns evil, Zeb dies.
>Sabotaging our glorious Empire
>learning the heathen ways of the Jedi
Ezra's already evil, anon.
You do realize that carpet bombing especially from orbit would lead to huge gaps, right? Especially for a small target like a walker.
There was a reason they sent in TIE fighters. You know, they had an actual chance of being accurate with their fire.
XS Stock Light Freighter
Problem solver/ Smuggler
Ithorian that used to be a space pirate.
>he was Mace Windu's last padawan that fully mastered Vaapad in practice but completely shits himself in real combat situations.
>he hid from Master Windu when he was drafting Jedi to go to Geonosis.
>he was "sick" during all of the major battles in the Clone Wars and "couldn't fight on the front lines"
>he'd pee myself in fear when he saw people in black robes
>he was in the bathroom the whole time Order 66 was happening, thank god they never checked in there.
>he met Ithorian in spaceport, traded his lightsaber for passage off the planet
>attacked by Empire, use lightsaber in self defense
>ithorian only stays because it's still technically his lightsaber, but its better if he holds on to it
>they'd eventually settle on Haruun Kal and do oddjobs for the rest of their days
>>whatever the fuck else
He uses a green lightsaber because he's not a Mary Sue and purple is overrated.
If they tried to do Konstantine's approach and it failed, it wouldn't have been anyone's fault. It was a sound military tactic, but forgoing a plan that would have put the Jedi out of their reach of them and instead, putting themselves and the AT-ATs in the close proximity of Force users was a bad idea.
>people freaking out over characters using lightsabers to cut through people who had their blasters shorted out.
Why wouldn't you. And Han does say he difficulty using them. And it's not as if Han didn't use Luke's lightsaber in the movies when he needed to.
Would you have felt better if some lightsabers got picked up by the Imperial pilots?
Here is the scene with their epic duel. Star Wars issue 2 of the new canon.
Luke and friends are running shennanigans on the Empire and fucking with their bases. Vader unexpectedly shows up. Luke, realizing the man who killed Ben and is the uppermost evil of the Empire Luke is aware of, decides to challenge him. This is because Luke is still riding high off of destroying the Death Star with the Force. He's full of heroism and - he quickly learns - stupidity. The fight is incredibly short and Luke barely survives thanks to lucky happenstance.
After this humbling encounter Luke realizes he's not some golden hero of destiny who can overcome every threat with courage and the Force. He realizes he has no idea what the fuck the Force is, what he is, or what they're both capable of. So he goes off on alone to find anything that can teach him how to be a Jedi.
It's actually a pretty useful encounter and helps explain how Luke went from the idealistic, dream filled farmboy to the calmer, more seasoned rebel fighter he is in Empire who also happened to pick up more tricks with the Force even before Yoda trains him.
I'm not freaking out, and I'm not arguing against it from an in-universe perspective. I just think it's pretty underwhelming and anticlimactic. Especially since the rest of this arc has been really good at blending PT and OT aspects together. This just took it a bit far in my eyes.
I think I would have felt better if the Empire had simply taken possession of Grakkus' collection.
That's an AT-AT foot. It's being driven by Han, of all people, who stole it from the Imperial armory (they invaded a major military manufacturing center to blow it up when Vader shows up). After some further shenanigans Han tries to step on Vader. Pic related.
I'll be honest, I don't really feel anything from this, it's not quite as stupid as I thought it would be (though the 'whaa, this lightsaber looks familiar...' at >>77551603 made me chuckle). However I think there could be much more, grounded, explanations for Luke's personality transition between films.
Also, trying to squish Vader, kudos for trying.
Well this was hardly the only influence on Luke. There's been some more in the ongoing comic and there's also some novels with Luke around this time, including one where he sort of teams up with Sarco Plank from TFA.
This is more what starts Luke's realization that he really is no Jedi, at least yet. Vader doesn't just wreck Luke's shit, he uses his own (in more ways than one) lightsaber to murder a bunch of slaves. It's the point at which Luke learns that destroying the Death Star was actually ridiculously easy compared to dealing with Vader (and the Emperor is even worse but he doesn't know that yet).
Really it's the point at which Luke learns without question that he knows even after blowing up the Death Star that he has no fucking clue about the Force and what it is capable of.
reinforcement has arrived.
>You go to make a movie and all you do is get criticized
Without him we would never have had any star wars. No star wars threads, no comics, no tv-shows, nothing. It would not exist. H-hang in there George
>After joking that Jar Jar Binks is the Star Wars character he'd most like to be, the director made it clear he still has a vested interest in the franchise, saying, "There’s more to it than just spaceships."
tfw he will never return to the star wars franchise with someone else writing but he giving ideas
Agreed. None of the episodes have more than 2% of the vote. You also can't deselect an episode after you've clicked it. I clicked a random episode at the top of the page expecting some kind of summary but found that I accidentally and irreversibly voted for it. I give this poll a 1/10.
Sorry had to lower the image <4MB
>not being excited for a piece of star wars media that doesn't have jedi or the force shoehorned in
>piece of star wars media
>jedi or the force shoehorned in
>force shoehorned in
Oh you will see them, A LOT of them :^)
>alright team we have an entire galaxy to explore, we aren't bound to any previous characters or their stories, so what should we do
>Let's continue to focus on the 0.000001% of the residents of the galaxy who are involved with a small religious order, and make sure at least one of the characters can use that obscure magic and rare, archaic weapons
Don't respond to idiots. If you're a Star Wars fan that gets bootyblasted by the Force you really should be looking for a different franchise. I recommend BSG, Starship Troopers, Wing Commander, etc.
Make the family bond more, make us have a sense that they really truly care for and would die for each other.
But then break the family dynamic. Someone turns evil, someone completely disagrees and leaves the rebellion, ect.
We need character drama, because lets face it, the "oh no, bad guys!" drama is always going to be resolved in 1-2 episodes unless its a season finale where someone (probably a bad guy) will die again.
Meh comics are getting bored. You always know what will happen. When will we get stories featuring totally unknown characters we don't know what will happen with? I mean its just not exciting reading them fighting against vader again when you know they will fail.
Dude, it's fine to have a preference for the more mundane aspects but you simply cannot complain about the Force being "shoehorned in" when the waxing and waning of the Force is at the heart of what Star Wars is all about. Do you even Daoism?
Yeah, say what you will about the old EU but Dark Horse produced a lot of material focusing on other characters. I mean, forget the KOTOR or Legacy-style ongoing stuff, what about the anthology books like Republic, Empire, and Rebellion? Or Star Wars Tales?
I'd love for Marvel to release just ONE series like this. Hell, I'd love it if they just relaxed making Vader central to Big 3 stories and vice-versa.
>She want the Boss Lightsaber
Is it just me, or does it look like Battlefront Hero Hunt Mode?
Aaaand that's it. Bothans will return.
>Anakin survives the worse of the Clone Wars
>gets limbs chopped off
>burned by liquid hot magma
>still alive after being electrocuted
Then maybe you should switch series if your panties are getting in a bunch over this shit
Vader kind of just said it right there in the last panel.
He's surrounded by fear and dead men. They're all afraid. First one to pull the trigger is first to die, etc
No doubt someone will, though. They can't raise all this tension for nothing
In any case, I loved all three comics today. The idea of Han, Leia and Chewie all using lightsabers, if at least for a moment, doesn't sit too well with me, but it's honestly nothing to OCD over. They were short on power and were unlikely ever to be used again. It's not exactly difficult to use a lightsaber - you just have to be really careful and executive very direct swings.
I wonder what will become of Kreel, though. He's hiding a lightsaber from Vader so it looks like he may have taken a personal interest in Luke as well. Also, Vader's Fist confirmed for still a thing.
Kanan was fantastic as usual. Lots of good shots of Depa, and the Temple Guard and Cin Drallig finally make another appearance.
Well within the story itself Anakin is never stated to have great power because he is the Chosen One, instead Anakin's natural talent is an indication that he COULD be the Chosen One. There are a lot of ways to read it, self-fulfilling prophecy is one of them.
>inb4 muh virginal birth
Not clear in the movie itself.
>There was no father. I carried him, I gave birth, I raised him. I can't explain what happened.
How is that not clear enough?
>tfw no movie about a struggling, aging, alcoholic moisture farmer (Keanu Reeves) on Tatooine
>his wife (Sandra Bullock) is killed by stormtroopers when she defends a starving old lady who steals food in the opening scene
>he's struggling to support his children after the death of his wife and several humid seasons saturate the moisture market
>can't repay his loans to Hutt gangsters
>builds his own pod from scrap with the help of a precocious young Chiss (KeKe Palmer)
>she helps him discover that he is capable of loving again (if you catch my meaning) after his wife's tragic death
>however, she also seems to be carrying a dark secret!
>farmer finagles his way into the Boonta Eve Classic and stakes his entire farm and freedom on the outcome of the race
i think that anon is looking for a specific science on it, it's probably false or not proven (house did an episode like on it) i have heard it float around before it's about the possibility for a female to give birth without a male
When I was younger, I always interpreted what Shmi saying "there was no father" as Anakin's dad was a deadbeat who ran out on her. Always envisioned some spacer who fucked her and left the next morning.
Never knew until 2005 it was a literal Jesus birth.
>There was no father
She doesn't specify biological.
>I carried him, I gave birth, I raised him
These are all things any single mother does.
>I can't explain what happened
This is the operative part. But really, is it too much to assume that Shmi could have been raped or simply been lying? I mean she is a slave in the Outer Rim right?
But that's as far as the virginal birth stuff goes. Even Lucas says it's not really important, it's metaphor, so don't dwell on it.
Death of the Author. And again, Lucas himself has said the virginal birth stuff should not be read too literally.
>Q: The first three films in the series were in a sense, morality plays, but you've taken it a lot further in the new one, because there's almost a quasi-Christian element here that Anakin is the result of a virgin birth and he is the chosen one. How intentional was that?
>It wasn't really meant as a virgin birth, more as a metaphor for life.
>Q:So, you weren't trying to invent a new religion there?
>No, no. The idea is that the hero, throughout mythology, has always been the result of a special birth. Usually, as with Hercules, the father is a God. Every hero has a mysterious birth.
>the issue of Immaculate Conception is a motif that runs through all religions, all stories about the local deity or the local hero. It's the same thing with Hercules. Most heroes are conceived in an unusual way. And in this particular case, it's actually not Immaculate Conception, it's conception by metaphor
Anyway, the intent of my original post was simply to point out that, in the grand scheme of things, the prophecy and anything relating to it aren't nearly as important as people make them out to be. The fact that Anakin eventually fulfilled the role by circumstance is far more important than the notion of him being pre-destined to do so.
He has said Anakin's origin in the grand scheme of things doesn't matter. Whether he was birthed by the Force or by Plagueis was irrelevant, what mattered was that he fulfilled the prophecy by killing Palpatine.
If we don't get Luke doing this type of stuff in the new Trilogy I will be severely disappointed.
I don't get why people get butthurt over this. Every time I watch that it makes me imagine people telling stories about how the Jedi could punch entire armies to death. Most people probably don't believe that, but it makes the Jedi even more amazing when you know that it's true and they are extremely powerful. It's like hearing about how Moses parted the sea and assuming it's just some metaphor or something, then you witness him part the sea and realize how fucking crazy he actually was.
Yeah, I feel most Jedi shouldn't be like that but the absolute top tier guys I don't see why that can't be pretty damn powerful. There should be a reason these guys are so looked up to.
>MIND = BLOWN
Now i'm eager to see the whole Fellowship of the Ring wearing Rings of Power.
>tfw I will never have good Leia, Ahsoka, or Mission r34
That's just strange. Like I could make a list of cartoons that existed or not even a decade that has more at least decent r34 then Star Wars which is a over 30 year old franchise
The Tales of the Jedi/Knights of the Old Republic era (fuck you, too much to choose from so I'll count all of it as one)
Shadows of the Empire
Dark Forces 1 (I would say the other games too, but I place having new movies over them keeping the NJO, etc)
2003 Clone Wars
Darth Bane trilogy
It's technically not canon but might as well be canon since it was referenced and you know they'll never remake the media referenced to fit it into the new canon because that would be awkward as hell. Same thing with the Plagueis book since events from it are mentioned in the new canon book Tarkin.
I rewatched A New Hope recently and I just gotta say the spin is absolutely hilarious
For those of you who haven't read the Thrawn Trilogy before, a storytime in progress.
Stuff i would love to add or change to Battlefront:
>A-wing pilot is wearing X-wing suit, hope they change it
>AT-AT. AT-ST 1st person views.
>More customisation, change backpacks, accesories. Maybe inspire in the upcoming Rouge one spin off?
Love Mquarries unused concept art beeing used on the game
I never thought we'd be able to get Depa as an effectual and cool character beyond how Shatterpoint kind of turned her into a throwaway. Kanan proved me wrong. I'm kind of hoping they can expand a bit more on the other members of the Jedi Council, like how Dark Horse did but maybe a bit better.
I also like how Depa (and to a slighter degree, Kanan as of the whole Gall Trayvis episode in Rebels) shows that despite the oversaturation of their kind in the past few years, that Jedi can still be cool and do cool things if they just bother to use the Force to sort out their problems rather than just swing their lightsabers at everything. That's not to say lightsabers aren't cool, but I feel it's better they were resorted to as a last resort or holding action. Not every Jedi may agree with this, but it'd help their image a lot better, despite the war gradually painting a much different picture.
Depa may be one of my favorite Jedi now, after this. I hope Weisman and Larraz continue their partnership in Star Wars comics, they're like a perfect match
Chewie, you duel wielding ass kicking motherfucker.
Kage is Japanese for shadow isn't it? So shadow warrior? Anyway, I'm loving it too. They seem to be expanding the views and opinions of the CIS with the whole the Jedi are on the wrong side of the War
Sup, House Ordo here. I'll be streaming the new Rebels episode later today, along with TCW episodes before/after.
Just to clear up future confusion, my source is Disney XD's website. They typically put if up within minutes of airing. That means the starting time may be either a few minutes before or after 9:30 EST. So when we get to air time, don't freak out that the stream doesn't start immediately and give it a little bit.
Also, we don't get ads. So even though we start just a few minutes later, we will complete the episode maybe a bit before or right as the Live TV broadcast ends. See you all in a few hours.
>tfw my headcanon is most of the EU before the OT era except for dumb shit until it gets retconned in a movie (Rogue One retconning Dark Forces for example)
>the KOTOR era is canon to me
>Darth Bane trilogy, Plagueis, and all those books fleshing out Qui-gon training Obi-Wan and Obi-Wan training Anakin are canon to me
>2003 CW and the Clone Wars comics + books along with Battlefront 2 (while CGI show had some good parts, I prefer the other CW media and don't consider it canon) are my canon Clone Wars
>I have all the canon stuff during and after the OT so I have backstories for new characters in the ST
Who else /bestcanon/?
I have a feeling the reason she was featured the least out of all the movie Jedi Council members (other than poor Coleman Kcaj) is that she looked so plain. Mace was obviously featured in the movies, but Depa was just a background extra who looked like a regular person. Compared to say Ki-Adi, Shaak Ti, Opo Rancisis or even Yarael poof she looked dull. And that's probably the whole reason for why she was rarely used.
That being said, i think that worked out advantageously because it allowed nucanon to have her be Kanan's master without interfering with anything we saw in TCW.
>yfw Thrawn is reintroduced as Admiral Thrawna
Movie Grievous is a schmuck though, I'm pretty sure I can take him. And the Force controls your actions at times, remember? The Force simply goes:
>Oh, THIS guy again? Pfft.
The Force itself hates him so I understand even children being able to defeat him.
Oh. He's referring to the Temple Guard on the left's lightsaber in the first panel. The hilt seems parted by... another blade in the middle. I dunno, it's hard to tell. Even then it's really nothing to get anal over
I mean, when you think about it, to defeat the main advantage of the saberstaff you need to target the hilt. This thing makes sense from a tactical point of view, as it drastically reduces of possibility of that happening. At the same time, it makes the weapon even more difficult to wield.
But you know what? If the character is proficient in its use, and has visibly trained in its use, who are we to complain? I mean really, lightsabers are dangerous and don't make much logical sense in the first place yet we've got an entire Order of people trained in their combat applications. There's really no point in complaining if the character knows how to use his own weapon.
Bad batch shows up as the A-Team. Gets the crews' shit together, and has them help steal some high priority shit, getting them in even more trouble.
This should help fix the issue of staying in one place for more than one or two episodes. Oh yeah and bump up dat budget.
Hard to say, honestly. They got it right on the other Guard and the page went through, colors and all. Do trade paperbacks typically fix these things? If so, that might make or break the issue
these guys are cool. But the masks are kind of weird, if you think about it. Like, is it for anonymity? Jedi secret police? Or is it protective? Why do honor guards wear full-face masks?
>That one droid that's still functional
>Bitches and beeps constantly about how nobody picks him up
>Solar panels himself to stay functional
>Found 1,000 years later in a Star Wars game
He's still a force to be reckoned with. He could still push his way through squads of clones and Mandalorians. Pity this wasn't shown on screen
>mind trick an entire army out of fighting
That's a pretty cool idea, I'd love to see that.
Chopper confirmed for shitposter.
>Hard to say, honestly.
No, it's not.
You can see the fucking tech on the lightsaber beam in the middle. Some retard was in charge of this.
Let's hope he gets choked for his failure.
Saw this on eBay and thought that Greedo looks 100% better with the space smuggler boots instead of the sweatpants.
Am I the only one?