Did that girl also get shot fifty times in the back?
It was suppose to be a french accent.
The Clone Wars had decent babes.
That's the one thing that disappoints me about Rebels. No one really shows any skin. Then again, no one has a body yet.
Everything done outside the movies is better than the movies. Star Wars is the only franchise I know where you're not supposed to consume the main aspect of it and instead indulge in everything done around it. Like a restaurant where the appetizers and atmosphere are really good, but the main course is a week old ham someone took a dump on.
TCW cartoons single handedly stopped AoTC being seen as the absolute garbage it was by providing more nuance and backstory to the tale in an attempt to explain why the characters acted the way they did.
I'm not gonna say they should be lounging around in their underwear, but there is something unnatural about someone being in their work clothes 24/7. Do they not own casual clothing for their down time? I'm starting to suspect that Sabine's clothing is just painted on.
>wanting the most vanilla humanoid species in the galaxy when other less human but more attractive aliens exists.
Broaden your horizons
It isn't really.
"Canon" usually refers to either the official "version" of a story endorsed by its creator(s). "Headcanon," on the other hand, refers to a version which is not officially endorsed, but that you believe.
I don't see why you said it was an oxymoron.
If it only exists in your head, it's not officially endorsed. If it's officially endorsed, it doesn't exist in your head only. There is no reason to integrate the word "canon" into a word describing something that has fuckall to do with some kind of consensus.
It basically just means "something that's canon to me." It may not be the best possible term for it, but it's meaning is pretty intuitive. And I still don't get how it's an oxymoron - did you mean to use a different word?
It's the result of literally everything but the actors being CGI. I don't think there was a single clone trooper on set during any of the prequel movies, the actors had no idea what they were supposed to do.
>something that's canon to me
That's not a phrase that makes sense. Canon happens by consensus of authorities on the subject. You're not an authority and you can't be in consensus with yourself.
Thats not a qt blueberry chiss-gitl anon.
Plus that lady is crazy, everyone knows droids can't into jedi.
I never realized how shitty this scene was. Why the fuck didn't she react at all? She's a fucking Jedi, why did she just look confused as they drew their weapons, and not pull out her fucking saber? That AT-TE still would have fucked her over but she could have at least tried
Because by that point Jedi and Clone Troopers have been fighting together for years. They have super strong bonds with each other. If you see your bro raise a gun to you your first reaction isn't going to be to chop his head off.
Of course we don't get a sense of this bond in the movies because lol Lucas, and a Jedi, even a surprised one, should have had time to at least force push a few of them away. If they didn't wanna bother with a struggle, she should have paused and then been mid turn when she was gunned down, instead of giving her time to realize what's happening. The scene is just poorly directed, but again, Lucas.
AND they come in blue. Won't be long until they're playable.
>"damsel in distress"
Fuck that. Star Wars is about action girls
What the fuck
>cute french accent
>ass, tits, and hips fo days
Kit Fisto was a lucky dude.
Before she was killed and preserved as a mummified corpse I assume?
>bo katan will never bully your penis
blaster bolts don't have kinetic energy to impart, their lethality is essentially down to rates of discharge through soft tissue; it's true that in higher-power weapons that might give the impression of kinetic energy, but it's not the same thing; it's like you're expecting people to be knocked down by a lightsaber striking their flesh instead of being cut in half
in any case real-life shooting victims often don't fall away from the direction of shot, dependant on the power of the round and the motion/mass of their bodies
>The scene is just poorly directed, but again, Lucas.
I genuinely don't see how you can be mad about this but not equally mad about all the problems with the first Star Wars movie
>having a penis
Space Opera shouldn't be considered Science-Fiction. Star Wars doesn't place any emphasis on the technology of the setting except for extremely general "nature vs tech" metaphors. It's Space Fantasy.
If human looking aliens trigger you in something like Star Wars you're an idiot.
>tfw no art of a kaminoan deepthroating an entire alien horsedick down to the balls with zero problems, while a Twi'lek slave next to her is choking hard trying to get just halfway in.
ARE YOU EVEN TRYING PORN ARTISTS?
He knew exactly what he was doing.
Also, this was a dumb ship
Red and blue really compliment one another.
Why the fuck do the Jedi have a no attachment rule, who came up with that blatant paradox for a group of monks who were heavily invested in the idea of a living corporeal force and maintaining peace throughout the galaxy. It would have saved billions of lives if Jedi were allowed to have families.
It's especially bad when you read some EU and every other Jedi has a "Secret" love interest or family connections all over. Like one third if not more of the council were spending times with their biological families. Ki Adi Mundu had a fucking harem.
In the source for his harem he states its was near impossible for him to truly be entirely emotionally disconnected from his wives. Surprise Surprise but when you have someone helps you meet all you biological requirements and gives you children you will be biologically predisposed to being attached too, you grow attachments to them.
The Jedi stress to younglings that the Order is there new family too. That's just a kick in the teeth. No biological family, but heres a bunch of kids you age who you'll be besties with. Oh and heres a master who will be with you 24/7 and teach you literally everything you will understand about life. Oh and since force sensitivity is genetic apparently, we just heard your cousin is coming to the Temple too, and they'll be able to tell you all about how your family is doing since you left and you'll be able to share cultural similarities constantly reminding you about how your life was
No attachments though. mm'kay?
>You will never be a clone commando in general.
You will never save Sev.
It's a contributing factor but it's not the reason. It doesn't exist because of Anakin. It is also not necessarily implied that the Jedi are correct in their thinking since the overall story places such an important emphasis on family and love.
Anakin has a lot of issues, attachment being one of them.
In a world of millions of inhabited planets with populations in the billions, why would the Jedi NEED to procreate, especially when doing so would strengthen the possibility of rogue force-using dynasties cropping up and increase the number of Jedi at risk of falling to the dark side?
The story itself never paints the Jedi as having the right idea and indeed it is Anakin's connection to his family that ultimately wins the day. But if you really can't see from an in-universe perspective why a bunch of super-powered monks who emphasize spiritual enlightenment and self-sacrifice (with a noted tendency to go bad and fuck shit up) would discourage wordly attachments then I'm afraid you really haven't thought about it very much at all.
It's not even about procreation. It's about inevitably forming emotional connections with people and some of those ultimately evolving into romances. It's all but inevitable. The ways of the Jedi encourage this as they constantly teach being sympathetic and caring to all living things. Part of that is being able to emotionally connect with others.
The Jedi are blatantly the good guys throughout the OT and the last semi good influence on the Republic in the Prequels with some unnecessary dogma randomly tacked on holding them in a negative light to some characters, one of which is the no attachments things, which is constantly criticized if not outright disregarded by tonnes of Jedi characters. In a universe where ultra powerful force users are just as likely to pop out of literally no where having a dynasty of force users means nothing, and is ultimately inconsequential because they exist anyways whenever a Jedi had seemingly none force sensitive siblings who go on to have force sensitive kids.
Came here to ask if anybody else remembered her.
You continue to miss the point. You are for some reason assuming that there is only one way to live in this fictional universe despite the numerous real-world alternative life-styles and religions that try to achieve similar things for similar reasons and face similar issues.
How does that matter? This is a fictional universe and the Jedi are a case scenario, borrowing some aspects from real life religions but is ultimately it's own thing, and some aspects they enforce on themselves are blatantly contradictory to what they are trying to do as an organization.
>Barely any art of my actual twi'lek waifu.
Feels bad man.
Because Star Wars, like everything else, is based on real life? There are plenty of real-world lifestyles that believe letting go of worldly attachments is the path to enlightenment. And I've already explained that because the dark side of Force corrupts worldly attachments make Force users much more susceptible to corruption. This is not rocket-science dude. It's not at all hard to see why the Jedi would take this attitude, even if it's not necessarily the right one.
>and some aspects they enforce on themselves are blatantly contradictory to what they are trying to do as an organization
Empathy/Sympathy/Compassion is not the same as romantic attachment. Promoting empathy and compassion while discouraging worldly attachment is not contradictory.
>There are plenty of real-world lifestyles that believe letting go of worldly attachments is the path to enlightenment
You'll also notice these lifestyles don't promote getting heavily invested with the government, becoming authority figures for large groups of people, and being diplomatic representatives at every opportunity. They put themselves in solitary lifestyles, and even then it's still considered a great task. The Jedi life is also only barely voluntary. Everyone who is found to be force sensitive is brought to the temple and taught to live this way. They can leave, but that is not at all easy for someone who has been continually taught that the order is their family ever since they got there.
And if you paid any attention YOU would notice that the Jedi of the Old Republic are not necessarily correct about everything and that hypocrisy is a pretty big theme in the prequels.
It's one of the main struggles Anakin faces throughout the Prequel. A really shitty pointless struggle, displaying a complete lack of any romantic chemistry and god awful writing.
Except you're using shit from the EU comics to explain why it's pointless while simultaneously ignoring almost everything I've said about why it's not actually pointless if you stop and think about it for a second.
And again, Anakin's main struggle is not keeping Padme a secret, it's his attachment issues.
Yes the romance was hamfisted as fuck but you don't need to make up bullshit to see that.
>I did not know they were EU canon
my favorite female jedi and my favorite male jedi
that makes me happy, now if only shabbyblue could make a pic of the,
I just wish the PC version of battlefront ported over the xbox dlc
He wouldn't have had issues if having a family had been acceptable. A thing that only existed with the Prequels to give them that dilemma.
Luke had a romance with Leia until he found out she was his sister
Obi-wan had a romance that he was never able to completely let go of
Kanan has a romance with Hera despite still claiming to be a Jedi
Ezra has a poorly developing romantic pursuit that is never taught against
That one Jedi fell in love with fucking Ventress of all people, but I don't really understand that one because I never touched that book.
That's all canon. Jedi suck at following the no attachment rule.
>Luke had a romance with Leia until he found out she was his sister
>"Somehow...I've always known.."
>Yet still was thirsty for his cock.
It's an old observation /co/, but it checks out.
>That one Jedi fell in love with fucking Ventress of all people, but I don't really understand that one because I never touched that book.
He fell in love with Ventress (and her with him) in their journey to train Quinlan in Dark Side Lite so they could "have a chance to battle and kill Dooku." All it did was
convince Quinlan that some stupid triple agent shit could take down Dooku and Sidious and leave him and Ventress free to roam the galaxy together,as well as get Ventress killed at the end.
>He wouldn't have had issues if having a family had been acceptable
Did you just ignore all that stuff with his mom and Palpatine?
>A thing that only existed with the Prequels to give them that dilemma
It's a reason but it's not THE reason. And that doesn't change the fact that, again, if you think about it for a second, it's not hard to see why the stagnant Old Republic Jedi would have come to this conclusion.
>Luke had a romance with Leia until he found out she was his sister
Not a romance. Luke had a one-sided crush in ANH and Leia kissed him a single time in ESB to spite Han as part of the leadup to their full-blown romance.
>Obi-wan had a romance that he was never able to completely let go of
>Kanan has a romance with Hera despite still claiming to be a Jedi
Different era, and when we meet Kanan is a pretty disillusioned Jedi.
>Ezra has a poorly developing romantic pursuit that is never taught against
Again, different era. And if Kanan doesn't give a shit why would his apprentice?
>That one Jedi fell in love with fucking Ventress of all people, but I don't really understand that one because I never touched that book
Most people agree it was bad.
>Jedi suck at following the no attachment rule
You listed two other canon examples from Anakin's era, one of which is dubious and one of which was quite dysfunctional.
You listed 3 other canon examples from a completely different era, two of which are not applicable and one of which does not exist.
And that's still only 6 Jedi out of 10000. So you're not making a very good case here.
And let me reiterate, yet again, that the old Jedi order is not intended to be faultless, in fact it's quite the opposite.
>Written and directed by the writer as the originals
>I'm starting to suspect that Sabine's clothing is just painted on.
What I wanna know is how she walks around with the rebel symbol painted on her chest armour and doesn't get blown away by passing Stormtrooper patrols on the spot.
>It's especially bad when you read some EU and every other Jedi has a "Secret" love interest or family connections all over
Not true at all.
Jedi are still people, they bond and sometimes fall in love with other people, but they manage to control that and not form attachments.
Jedi are definitely permitted to love and care for other living beings, they just have to learn to let go.
>You'll never make sweet, sweet love to a young Carrie Fisher
>tfw you will never teach naive alien girls the joys of pointless debauched sex
Nonsense, there would be pointy things involved.
wasn't it explained that: she got distracted by that bird creature that flew over them.
plus she trusted the clones.
the clones themselves hated killing her as they respected her, but orders are orders
Do you think she'd mind having a half human child?
Attachment is bad.
There's nothing in the rules saying you have to be chaste, though. Pretty sure there are Legends books remarking on how there's always plenty of gossip/whatever going on among apprentices in the Temple about who's fooling around with who.
>not the one with shaak ti
>And again, Anakin's main struggle is not keeping Padme a secret, it's his attachment issues.
For what it's worth, those same EU comics explicitly state that it's an open secret in the Order by the end of the war, they just don't know about the marriage part. Obi-Wan mentions it when he's about to go hunting after Ventress and goes straight to Naboo to speak with Anakin. Anakin doesn't understand how Obi-Wan found him, and Ben literally says "every apprentice in the Temple knows where you spend your spare time".
He pretty much said that in private to him in TCW after one of his run ins with Satine.
Rather than using it as a chastisement Obi-Wan was using his own circumstances to let Anakin know he knows exactly how difficult the whole situation is.
Trouble is Anakin didn't really take it as a bonding moment and just thought Kenobi was criticizing him.
>Yeah, I don't know who even waifus fucking Padme.
It's just Darth Vader shitposting from his meditation chamber on the Executor
>tfw it was almost canon
DISNEY YOU COULD HAVE SAVED HIM
He had that Twi'lek girl painted on his helmet, but she couldn't protect him
as i understood it she thought they were aiming at droids she hadn't spoted and was turning to engage.
I believe the earlier drafts of the script had her saying "what is it, droids?" and the clone replying "No" BLAM
Yeah, it's in the comic. Can't remember if it was in the novelization.
She looks like Laurel from Arrow
If it helps in any way, in a book about LucasArts they said that they planned to make a sequel where Sev was alive and helping the Rebel Alliance.
Here's a few scrapped deaths that made it into the comic.
Some day, mankind is going to look up at the stars and realize a harsh truth. That there are no flying saucers that come to Earth on clear nights, abduct members of our species, and put things in our butts. Because that's all anal probing really is, putting things in our butts.
And on that dark day, we will all have a choice. Every last one of us.
Some of us will choose to live in misery, and accept that this is simply how the world is. That what we imagined was just a fantasy.
Others will as "If not us, than who?"
Man will not step out into space for resources, or for money, or for mere survival. When man takes to the stars, it will be to seek out new life that we can call our equals among the stars. So that we can visit their planets in our spacecraft on clear nights, abduct members of their species, and put things in their butts. Or the closest thing that they have to butts. We are going to have to play this by ear.
But by god, we will do it. Because this is how life was meant to be lived. And maybe, just maybe, what we put in some alien's butt will be a wiener.
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They had been fighting alongside the clones for years at that point and most of them were taken by surprise or just murdered in cold blood.
The Force doesn't stop you from getting shot in the back by trusted comrades, especially when the dark side is clouding the awareness of Jedi everywhere.
I'm not entirely sure if it was Palpatine exactly or just a byproduct of the mess the Sith had made of the galaxy working behind the scenes. Either way Palpatine was obviously very powerful being the culmination of a thousand years of Sith training and preparation.
>What the hell? I guess they deserved what happened to them if they were that dumb.
It's also disrespectful. Reminds me of muslims building the hagia sophia on a church.
they definitely deserve it.
Sabine's mercenary design is so wacky and bland at the same time. Also, she literally has no ass.
More like putting a (your holy building of choice) on a legit cursed Indian burial ground, which proceeds to go Poltergeist. Or did the Sith tunnel under the Temple and put their own shrine under there as part of a long game?
>you'll never fuck her in her senate floating thing
Because Vos is a badass.
You have to understand that forceusers are tough motherfuckers. Anakin should have died long before Palpatine came but his rage was so great he kept his heart beating and his lungs breathing.
So you can force the Force to keep you alive?
By that reckoning the dark side is definitely more powerful, slapping around those bitch midichlorians until they do what you want despite their objections.
Force healing was a power under the old EU.
It's just that the only jedi who were good for anything beyond minor cuts and bruises where really really old.
There was one novel that had Vader trying to heal himself with the force, but whenever he would start succeeding he would feel happy and he would lose his concentration and the force.
From what we got of the Lost Episodes and the unfinished second half of the sixth season it was likely going to be just as good going forward with intense mini-arcs happening.
Damn Disney, why couldn't they let them finish?
I've heard this but what's the source? They've got mottled skin pattern incorporating brown. The clone wars hadn't lasted long enough for them to be that age I think but don't Twilek mature quickly? Or is What's her lekku just a widower then?
Just finished watching the Umbara arc, it was fantastic. My only gripe is that instead of having Krell be morally ambiguous, they ultimately make him a cackling maniacal Sith wanna-be.
>Blue Kaminoen rounds specifically designed to fight droids
>Essentially small EMP bursts, not very effective on organic material
>mfw in order to kill the Jedi, the clones had to keep shooting even after they fell
It isn't like Ventriss kissed him on the lips.
>Binary Sunset intensifies
Late as fuck, I know, but which comic exactly?
>mfw Kit Fisto and Aayla Secura were my favorite low-key Jedi
>mfw they totally had a thing in EU
>mfw they both died in the stupidest, most glossed-over scenes in the movie