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Yeah, but it's not like it would be that interesting, they have bacta. Now if it was a small-time hospital in the middle of nowhere with a large population where they didn't have all the futuristic medicine, then you can have some more suspense.
Only if it was goofy as fuck but took itself completely seriously. Like the patient is some wacky alien whose dying breath sounds like bike horns but they're still going "NO WE'RE LOSING HIM" and the doctor still takes a sobering moment afterward to reflect on the fact that he could not save this poor Wackyzanian.
>Zeb, I poop from there!
>Not right now, you don't
There was a book about a Republic medical/surgery center on some shithole planet during the Clone Wars. It was a little like M*A*S*H in space but with extra jedi and organized crime and a fucking spy. It was alright. IIRC it mentioned a major hospital on Coruscant called "The Zoo" due to the sheer number of different species that went through it.
I want to make her a mother
Couldn't Ahsoka leave with the force babys into unkown space to preserve the jedi or something like that?
That way Vader woulnd't have to kill her, but hesitate by his son he never knew or met
The Inquisitors are basically equal to Kanan, but overpower him in numbers, hence why there's two of them now.
Ahsoka is out of their league completely. She's the first time on the show we've seen someone who was a highly trained Jedi in their prime. Yeah, there's Vader, but so far we only saw him scaring off Kanan and Ezra, not actually fighting.
Then of course there is Vader, who is presumably going to slap Ahsoka's shit.
TFA > BvS > Civil War
Reason: TFA building hype and nostalgia (I aint crazy on it, but its pretty much perfect marketing for the general public) without giving too much of the plot away.
BvS looks neat, except they gave away the entire damn plot away. Not too big of a deal because it was predictable as fuck anyway, it's just a set up for the JL movie.
Civil War last because I am so fucking tired of these mediocre, overhyped transformers-tier Marvel movies.
What race is 7th sister?
Although Ahsoka was a very gifted jedi she was never a master.
She's definitely out of the inquisitors' league but after she left the order who was there to continue her training? Unless she found some old teachings then she's still effectively at the stage she was when she departed.
So is she alive or is this just them being lazy fucks?
Just looking at some Episode 7 images and noticed this on Hux's monitor.
Is it Snoke?
I would have posted on /tv/ but I'm banned
It's supposed to be much darker, but the animators had trouble with it.
In the books, comics, he is always depicted/described as having black hair, or at least MUCH darker than the show has it.
TFA simply because it's hiding more to its story. Unless you're following every detail about it like us, the trailers give practically nothing away. Though I think the Civil War trailer got me pretty pumped.
Regardless the biggest question in both is "Where's Luke" and "Where's Spidey" both things I'm glad the studios didn't cave to showing.
I'll say fifty fifty, mostly because he made funny faces
Welp, at least 7S has nice bedroom eyes.
Im thinking like the forerunner spires from halo, except in stead of light, they shoot lava.
shit taste m8
plagueis is second only to sheev
She didn't have to be a Master. She was basically a cunt hair away from being a full Knight when Barriss fucked her over, and she's a hardened war veteran of countless battles. She's a league above even the best of the Inquisitorius, none of whom even fought in the Clone Wars from the info we currently have. Unless there's a huge asspull like a Dark Jedi hiding in the wings we haven't seen yet, only Vader is going to be a match for Ahsoka one-on-one when it comes to Imperial mooks.
Padme got a prehistoric species named for her.
>WASHINGTON, Dec 3 — What does a strange giraffe-like animal with three horns atop its head and a set of fangs that roamed Europe about 15 million years ago have in common with a pretty young queen from the “Star Wars” movies?
>Plenty, according to the scientists who yesterday announced the discovery in Spain’s Cuenca province of beautifully preserved fossils of this creature.
>They gave it the scientific name Xenokeryx amidalae, meaning “strange horn of Amidala,” referring to the “Star Wars” character Queen Amidala, played by actress Natalie Portman.
>The peculiar shape of Xenokeryx’s largest horn was “extremely similar to one of the hairstyles that Amidala shows off in ‘Star Wars’ Episode 1 when she is the queen of her home planet Naboo,” said paleontologist Israel Sanchez of the National Museum of Natural History in Madrid.
>Xenokeryx was a herbivore about as big as an average deer. The males had two small horns like those of a giraffe above the eyes and a larger one shaped a bit like the letter “T” on the back of the head. The males also boasted enlarged sabre-like upper canines that likely were used for display to impress other members of the species, Sanchez said.
In all seriousness though there's a lot of potential for force use during sex (and assault and other petty crimes) and I hope the nucanon will focus on that some. Like maybe a force sensitive teenager who force trips the garrison commander during the empire day parade then remotely force molests her in full view of everyone resulting in her execution by the local governor for her sickening and pathetic display.
Do you like Figran D'an and the Modal Nodes?
He ask Pablo about the EU through Andi.
Am I supposed to believe this cute grill is a grandmother?
She has gray hair anon, that means shes old in animation
Ezra you fucking retard.
Move to Dantooine then?
He was probably programmed with no personality at all. All that time without memory wipes has turned him into... that.
Well, she might not. Remember that the only three people in RotS we see discover Mustafar as Anakin's destination are Padme (dead), Obi-Wan (in exile) and Yoda (in exile). Unless Bail found out through banter offscreen, she might never know he went there at all.
Given how much damage has done by them I say it's not enough.
JJ is a giant Star Wars fag, he knows the EU. He may not be able to rattle off by rote the name of Den Dhur if you ask him about a Sullustan reporter but he probably knows one of the biggest games for the franchise in the last fifteen years.
Fuck yeah, Defenders!
And it looks like Interdictor-class weren't scrapped. I mean it did work as designed, and only fell due to sabotage which could also happen to other star destroyers.
I don't know what star destroyer is front and center though.
Synopsis for the next episode.
>As the Empire attacks the rebel fleet on Garel, Kanan and Ezra return to Lothal and find a former prisoner with knowledge about Ezra's parents.[
You know, I think it's pretty obvious that they desperately wanted to include every major part of the franchise in this list instead of making a genuine top 10. Just look at the choices:
-Games: Starkiller (modern) Kyle (classic) HK-47 (KOTOR, which is on a league of its own regarding its fanbase)
-Fanservice choices: Mara and Thrawn
While being serious and menacing, Vader is also easily amused and like to play. His chase at the end of New Hope shows that, he's more intrigued than furious while failing to hit Luke's Xwing.
At the end of S02E01 he realises his padawan is still alive. There's no hate in his voice, he's more curious and surprised. Since he became evil, he will clearly want to make her suffer and what would be best than telling her WHO he is by a single remark like that ?
Imagine Ahsoka facing him, giving him a speech about "muh good side will prevail" and "you will never crush hope" and he calmy replies "You were always the naive one... snips". He wouldn't even need his lightsaber after that.
>Who actually shot first
>Answer: Han Solo
>Which character is named after Luke's son
Ignoring the character based on his son, played BY his son!? The fuck made this?
Anyways, not only did I know almost every one of the answers, I also know that some of these are just straight up incorrect or missing info.
Shit quiz. I wish I could slap the maker.
>That shitty attempt at a trick question with Yoda
The only question I didn't know was the bullshit about the writing on Vaders chestplate. That's not even a Star Wars question.
If the point of battle droids was to be meatshields, why giving them a blaster at all (they won't hit anything anyway) and not a thermo detonator for suicide attacks ?
Actually the point stands for stormtroopers too.
Thermo's would cost a lot more and you can't hold any ground with suicide bombers.
Stormtroopers used to be threatening but then the ewoks happened and now in Rebels they're required to be retarded.
You mean Sam Witwer and the Developer who did the recent streams and stuff?
Because those were cool, they were nice guys.
The first game had problems, but the hate was overblown. The second game was undeniably trash, I think even the developers/Witwer knew it didn't work out.
Oddly though, Starkiller is beloved by Eufags. Everywhere on Youtube people are asking for Starkiller in Rebels, or mad at the show for replacing Starkiller (even though Starkiller being the cause of the Rebellion was the weakest part of that story)
I think it's more that people like Witwer because he's incredibly based. Starkiller could've benefited from better writing. As much as I did like his character, he'd never show up on my own top 10 favorites.
Oh right. I mean, I guess it makes sense to have built-in bombs to detonate once the droid is defeated. But by that logic, they sent droids in waves. Shoot one, entire wave gets exploded.
That's why you don't make an unstable bomb that can explode if you sneeze to hard. You put it in a secure place that you know will detonate only if you hit it in a specific way/totally demolish the carrier.
It would be a missed opportunity if he didn't. Then again, since Rebels is a separate show, they'd have to establish that Ahsoka's former master used to call her that. They could just do it in a line of dialog to kind of preserve some mystery around Vader but that doesn't sound satisfactory.
Man, I have such mixed feelings about Ahsoka. I love seeing her be a badass and schooling these amateurs, but I also know the more important she gets, the more likely she is to get killed off. My only comfort is knowing that she probably won't die like a bitch and only to Vader. That's just pottery.
Distract the enemy by giving them something lanky and thin to shoot at. In an entrenched position even such incompetent fucks could do more damage to an enemy force than just running up to them with a 10% chance of actually blowing up close enough.
As the post you replied to was explaining, watchmojo wasn't making a legitimate list. They were trying to please as many fanbases at once, so their video game spread, and they get more money.
watchmojo are trash like that.
Go, find 5 watchmojo videos. Then show me one that doesn't have the safest, most popular choice at #1.
I'm addicted to top 10 videos though, so i'll probably never stop watching them, no matter how much they piss me off
These are good ideas! I wonder if they didn't bother with stuff like that simply because of the price. Seems like the Seperatists answer to everything was "fuck it, we're rich, just smother them with more droids until they give up"
They seem to follow the same rule of modern combatants, at least the ones that aren't suicidal
>Don't shoot to kill. A dead soldier = 1 soldier removed from battle
>Wounded soldier = +2 removed from battle. 1 wounded soldier, one to drag them away, and one or more to keep them alive while waiting for evac.
>Suicide bombers = Just as likely to take out your own soldiers.
Too many variables. Don't want them damaging your own soldiers/assets by a lucky shot.
>Heartbeat sensors: How do they tell clones apart from Separatists organics on the field?
>Reinforced bomb: What's to stop a rocket/grenade from setting it off prematurely?
How are they supposed to even get close enough to detonate without blasters? And if you gave them blasters AND rigged them with bombs, they would just trigger chain explosions when they get shot and do more damage to their own force. Making every unit of your force a suicide bomber doesn't make any sense. A specialized bombing droid would make sense, though. Something fast and armored so that it doesn't explode before it breaches enemy lines. You still need regular infantry to hold ground though.
We didn't see it much in TCW, but there was Umbara. And the books (Lost Stars and A New Dawn to name two) have also suggested that there was quite a few worlds that had non-droid combatants.
The Republic had non-clone allies too. The Twi'leks, for example.
>Who is Greivous
>Who is Dooku
>Who are the Quarren
Shall I go on?
The only other Separatists that can think of that fought were the Genosians and the Zygerrians as well. Then again Zygerria was more or less in for itself, and used the Clone Wars to get away with enslaving people while the Jedi were preoccupied.
>even though Starkiller being the cause of the Rebellion was the weakest part of that story)
He wasn't the cause of the rebellion though. Vader was, he was trying to create a distraction the same way Palpatine did so that he could take over. And in the end they saw what appeared to be the last Jedi Knight in the galaxy give their life to protect them so of course they honored him in some way, they thought their light had at last gone out of the galaxy like Tarkin did. It fit, it was a tribute to the Jedi as well as Starkiller.
>You mean Sam Witwer and the Developer who did the recent streams and stuff?
They were mostly just saying the same stuff the devs said on youtube before TFU even came out. Except for some of the questions they fielded like whether or not he was actually a clone in TFU2.
did the mortis arc on TCW actually happen or what?
why did they need a magic dagger if lightsabers work?
and what does it mean now that
the 3 physical embodiments of the force are dead? should the force no longer exist?
also that son guy kinda looked like that one inquisitor
do they have any other relation?
or should i just ignore those 3 episodes?
(just finished season 3; haven't started rebels yet)
Early Summer 2016 release date for disappointment.
>Never knew just how far gone I was
>Not even phased in the least
more like "quips" amirite?
those first 2 seasons' dialogue is prequel-tier
>Wendig will now fuck up Han and Chewy
Just think, we're going to get his view of how the Empire treats gays in its ranks.
Interesting new interview with Lawrence Kasdan: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/herocomplex/la-ca-hc-star-wars-lawrence-kasdan-20151206-story.html
>I've seen it six or seven times, and I feel very good about that. When this movie starts, you just can't believe how dynamic and fun it is.
>The story [in the prequels] does not interfere. We only have to deal with the first trilogy so we didn't have to deal with it much. They obviously have a certain feel, and that was not the feel we wanted this one to have. This is much more related to "A New Hope" and "Empire."
>The thing I always loved about "Star Wars" — and George had this when he made "A New Hope" and J.J. can hook into this very strongly — is that it's goofy, you know? There are big issues and there's some philosophy, but it's basically goofy. And I think "The Force Awakens" is goofy — in the best way.
He doesn't know how to take criticism over his awful writing style in Aftermath. He passed off that criticism as "homophobia in disguise" because he included gay characters in the book, instead of realizing that people were in fact upset with how he wrote the book.
As with anything, it depends on the execution of the topic. Lords of the Sith had that lesbian that had more to her character than "I'm a lesbian." Wendig wants to show "look how progressive I am and how Star Wars can be!" with his gay characters, making that the majority of their character.
Oh you lucky soul.
Tldr version, he's like a walking stereotype of that guy who tries too hard to be progressive and comes off as preachy and obsessive. He's also an amature whose only previous experience is fan works based on what I've been told was mostly Vampire:the Masquerade (LARP version not vidya).
He's not a good authors and he's a preachy liberal that uses having gay characters to deflect criticism, so yeah we're not big fans.
You can check his Twitter if you think I'm exaggerating.
>Han and Chewie
>Wendig also confirmed we're going to find out how "the Empire treats homosexuals"
>Probably more Mother of the Year adventures too
Lords of the Sith showed the Empire doesn't give a shit what you wanna stick up your butt, as long as you're doing your duty to the Empire, but Wendig gotta get dat social media support so he wants to do a story about how Sinjir got discriminated against for being gay.
Completely unecesarry and something no Star Wars fan asked for.
thats just silly, its a galaxy where different species can shack up together and sex trafficing isn't just accepted but its even encouraged as a way of life in some systems. nobody bats an eye
the empire would not have any opinion on two guys trying to dock their ships together.
the only opinion anybody could realistically have in this universe is apathy towards it.
The man can't write characters to save his live and writes token gay characters where the only thing know about them is their gayness, rather than characters who are gay and have unique characteristics that make the person interesting. It's just Wendig pandering and wanting to stand on a soapbox to get brownie points from his online friends, rather than make an actual story and hiding behind then when he got called out for his bad writing.
Exactly. This is a world where there are aliens everywhere, sexy dancing twi'leks that everyone enjoys.
Why in the fuck would the Empire care about sexuality?! It makes no sense. It's social justice politics that dont fit into the Star Wars universe.
And the worst thing? SJW's should see it as a good thing. Wendig should be happy with a Galaxy that doesn't mind gays.
But that's the problem. Thats not they want. They want a big bad homophobe to target. The bad guys have to be homophobes to them.
It's the equivelant of saying the bad guys have to be racist. It's so generic, and doesnt fit into the star wars universe at all.
You telling me a black woman can be a captain, but gays are still bullied? get fucked wendig. I pray the LSG forces him to cut that shit from his book.
That's why it's complete bullshit, with millions of species and billions of cultures, it makes no sense that the Empire, an organization that controls much of the galaxy, would have a problem about that.
Knowing them, when one of their officers get's married they send this really impersonal greeting card calling them by their serial number instead of their name.
So why would being gay matter either?
If they don't mind physical appearances (providing you're humanoid) then why would they care about what happens when youre off duty?
They wouldn't It makes ZERO sense in a galaxy like that for the Empire to be homosexual. Sheev and Mas Amedda probably experimented growing up, and we all know about Aresko.
But joking aside, we even have canon evidence of the Empire not caring about homosexuality, with Moff Mors and her Twi'lek harem.
If Wendig actually goes ahead with this gay oppression story, it's not going to be well received by anybody. The people who would be happy about it don't read Star Wars books. They're too busy complaining about them on tumblr.
The Empire wishes to extend it's congratulations on your recent marriage to [citizens name]. We hope your newfound happiness will result in an increase to your work productivity.
As a reminder any decrease to work productivity as a result of marriage will see spousal arrest and the marriage immediately annulled.
Have a pleasant day.
- Imperial Central Command
>Wendig also confirmed we're going to find out how "the Empire treats homosexuals"
Fuck. Right when the canon was getting acceptable we get this stupid shit to slap into the lore.
This Professor Calculated the True Cost of Destroying the Death Star
What kind of professor uses the wook as a source in a scholarly paper?
back around the 1910s my grandpas uncle bursts into the house, shirt all ripped and bloody
THEY'RE COMING FOR ME! he yells WE HAVE TO GO! he scoops up his family, wife, kids, packs some bags quickly, and they run down to boat yard and board the first boat on its way back to europe.
as the boat pulls away he jumps off the back and swims back to shore by himself. He went back home and proudly said "that's how you divorce someone italian style"
Until the latest episode, the new Ahsoka design hadn't grasped my heart nor boner. Now that I have seen her hand two wannabe Sith their ass, it has happened.
I still want more /ss/, though. Seventh Sister or Ahsoka... just fucking Ezra's shit up.
According to one of the Recons, Ahsoka found another 'path' beside the conventional Jedi order's
Possibly at a long forgotten Jedi Temple (e.g. Yavin 4) that practiced a different method of Jedi-ism, so maybe she found some sort of holocron there.
It always bugged me how exaggerated Dooku's face was in TCW. I know everyone in TCW was exaggerated, but not as much as Dooku.
It's strange to think that they based the look from Gerry Anderson productions of all things. IIRC
We have Genddy to blame for it. The show was originally intended to be a CG continuation of that series, so most of the designs carried over. They detached from the 2D show, but the designs were fucked. They did slowly try to normalize things, but yeah.
No idea what they were thinking, the Dooku design was lame as shit, and transferred awfully in CG.
It's because of how long his face was in genndywars.
They can easily make it work. Making him less of a secret apprentice and more of a young Inquisitor-in-training before defecting to the Rebels would be just fine. I'm sure I'm not the only one who wants Kota, Proxy, and savage land Shaak Ti to come back in some fashion as well. TFU was a design and worldbuilding goldmine despite how short it was.
>Wendig also confirmed we're going to find out how "the Empire treats homosexuals"
We already know how the Empire treats homosexuals. One lesbian was promoted to moff (despite not being particularly competent), and Wendig's OWN self-insert was an ISB Loyalty Officer! I can't say how far in the closet Sinjir Rath Velus was during his time with the Empire, but Moth Morrs was out and proud. The Empire is fine with them.
Garel has more than a few cities, but since it has no real importance to the Empire it probably has a small base on it somewhere.
What ever happened with that Ezra/Seventh Sister /ss/ fanfic that one anon was writing. I read the first entry
did he keep going?
Posting this here, because /vg/ and /tv/ are filled with shitters.
Are you ready for the new trilogy, Anon?
>All of them.
He did get wiped at the end of ROTS, and afterwords his insufferable personality was more or less the same as it was before the wipe. Must be a problem with his core programming. Anakin confirmed for a shit droid-maker.
It's in second person.
I think what angered some people was the story wasn't about Wedge finding out a secret plot the Empire was up to and trying to stop it, it was about interludes about characters no one really knew or cared about. And TIEs have ejector seats outta nowhere.
>decapitate 4 mandalorians at once.
>dont punish sith after they massacred whole fucking ship full of civilians
honestly what the fuck did i just watched?
since when did Ashoka became such fucking pussy? did she miss that part with empire being after her killing thousands just for fun and giggles.
>reuse the exact model, just recolor her clothes
That shit is weaksauce
There were these dudes too from RotS and TCW IIRC.
Having non-droid seppies on the battlefield would have probably been a common thing, especially when the enemy was attacking their homeworlds/important colonies like Caito Nemoidia.
I'm not really hyped for TFA since I think it takes away from ANH too much but I'm pretty hyped for the other movies since from the casting call of Episode 8 it's clearly not going to be ESB 2. Also the thing JJ said about how the new main characters don't know about the events of the old movies and learn about them like they're legends seems cool as fuck and I'm probably going to shed a tear when I see Han finally talk about the force as a believer.
Filoni said in one of the Recons that there's three people Vader wants to kill most in the galaxy right now. Number 1 is Obi-Wan and Number 2 and 3 sort of on equal footing is Yoda and Ahsoka because they are the last reminders of who he used to be and are still active
Deeply resents her leaving the Jedi Order in a "Where were you when I needed you?" way.
And really, if she stayed and got promoted to Knight, then Anakin would have been promoted to Master and if Anakin had been promoted to Master, that'd be one less button for Old Uncle Sheev to push in his "The council doesn't trust you, listen to me" part of the seduction.
So Vader's basically a boyfriend who got broken up with, a lot of bad things happened and he blames them on her?
"NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED IF YOU WERE STILL WITH ME!"
>Imagine Ahsoka facing him, giving him a speech about "muh good side will prevail" and "you will never crush hope" and he calmy replies "You were always the naive one... snips". He wouldn't even need his lightsaber after that.
That have me chills anon
She didn't hear the line, but she felt his presence and it freaked her out WAAAYYYYYY more than any sith has ever freaked her out. There was clearly some recognition going on. Just like Vader recognized her from just her presence.
I think Ahsoka has her suspicions. She didn't faint when she encountered Dooku, so I don't think the sheer power of Vader shook her spirit. I believe it was the familiarity of the Sith Lord.
>Would it go down like that, though?
I think Vader would relish in destroying her hope, so quite possibly.
IMO I just hope the murder of Ahsoka by Vader's hands rekts him so much that he couldn't physiologically handle the loss of a former loved one. Maybe this is why he pursues Luke to take him under his wing.
Ahsoka Tano should be a Disney Princess.
>"Well then my brave, young, boy. Come and Prove it."
>>Would it go down like that, though?
>I think Vader would relish in destroying her hope, so quite possibly.
Right, but what I meant was, since she already has some inkling that he might be Anakin, him calling her Snips might not be QUITE as shocking to her as that scenario played out.
I don't suppose a drawfag could redraw this cover but with George Lucas?
Seems this whole season is mostly going to be the Rebels falling into a whole bunch of traps resulting in a lot of their resources and hideaways getting cut off or plain wiped out
>Dat "Hello there~"
It took me a little to get used to that voice modulator but it actually makes her sound hotter
wait wait, im watching the new chapter.
are they on ithor!?
ithorians are my favorite species :')
I feel like the only reason the latest episode has been getting high ratings and positive response is because we got to see Ahsoka kick some ass. Take that away and it's a very mediocre episode.
>him calling her Snips might not be QUITE as shocking to her as that scenario played out.
Honestly I think it would be. It would be quite possible that she entrenched herself with denial that her former master would turn into something so evil. So after maybe a drawn out saber battle, which turns into a battle of spirit as well, Vader calls her snips before he kills her.
This would have to take place after he systematically crushes her spirit though. E.G. progressively over powering her light saber form while remarking on all the Jedi Vader cut down (masters, younglings and all); proclaiming his imminent destruction of the rebellion; etc etc. But after she realises how evil Vader truly is and how much he needs to be stopped, he calls out..."...Your resistance is futile...Snips."
Was it just the one neighborhood? For some reason I got the impression it was either a renamed homeworld or an important Ithorian colony.
I don't know, I thought it was pretty good. Only part I didn't like much was the section in the apartment building.
It may only be me, but the visuals seem to have taken a slight bump up recently.
The snow in the air when they were walking around the city was impressive, as was the stark sunlight on the buildings.
>like the last one
The Interdictor has been my favorite so far. I think it's the best S2 episode.
Anyway, this one was alright. Decently fun, got the main point of putting Ahsoka in action again, and we got Inquisitor hijinks again. My only criticism is 5B not being developed enough yet, but other than that it was fine.
Am I the only one who liked that? I thought it was kind of fun, even if it just sort of ripped off that one Tailspin episode.
My least favorite so far was probably the one with Sabine's friend and the gonk. The Hondo one probably a close second.
the last episode speeder fight scene in the city remembered me the game when u go as kyle katarn (i beleive) to Corellia in the lift fight. The city looked just as empty and monotone as that old videogame
"Slight" bump? It was pretty damn good and very noticeable.
My eyes almost left their sockets when suddenly the animation quality went up mid-episode after the break and remained like that until the end. And judging by the next episode's preview, this might be a permanent change.
I'm fucking stoked.
So is duel wielding just blatantly better then single or double sided light sabers. Cause it seems like every single time the opportunity arises, Jedi and Sith start duel wielding with whoever's light saber happens to be lying around when shit is apparently getting real.
Do they ever lose in scenarios where they aren't at a disadvantage?
Snips would work in a scenario in which they are intensely deadlocked and maybe Ahsoka might be able to gain a slight upper head and then he drops the Snips line and then she's putty
>The story [in the prequels] does not interfere. They obviously have a certain feel, and that was not the feel we wanted this one to have. This is much more related to "A New Hope" and "Empire."
>Agent Kallus jobbing again
I'm getting the feeling that he's the General Grievous of this series. Other than that, it looks good.
So guys, I've been thinking about something
The next Rebels episode is on the 9th, but the episode after that is on the 12th, off schedule. The only reason I can think that they'd do that is something in the episode on the 12th is gonna tie into TFA and they want viewers to watch it before seeing the movie. It's called "The Secret of Prisoner X10", which is somewhat cryptic, and Filoni was hyping the midseason finale as mind blowing. Maybe something with Snoke or The Knights of Ren?
I'm sure i'm not the first person to speculate on this
What do you all think?
Hey guys! You know what they should do on this show? They should give Chopper the ability to rewrite his programming on the fly so he can do whatever he wants! Um, I mean, whatever he needs to do in order to save the day like he always does! Yeah! They should also give him a few more tools so he can upgrade himself with whatever he made need: blast cannons, concussion grenade launchers, self-repair systems, etc. That way he can save the day even more! Then he can become the hero we all deserve! Doesn't that just sound like a grand idea the producers should hop on!!! Pic related, it's best droid. Everyone should look up to him and serve, I mean, admire him.
So they want to invoke the feelings and excitement of the Original Trilogy - okay, that's fine and no one's arguing against that
One has to wonder though, what does that mean? From what we know of the story, it looks like they just want to capitalize on the spectacle of
[PRACTICAL]special effects while basically rehashing the story of the Original Trilogy into one, more or less tossing aside much hope for a well thought out premise. The Prequels may not have been as "exciting" as the Originals but they at least tried to do something different enough with the story structure of the Originals to feel like their own thing. Their wanting to recapture of euphoria of the Original Trilogy isn't a crime in itself, but I wish they would have gone about it differently.
Either way, I've long since finished grumbling about how the movie will be a shameless pastiche. I'll no doubt like it but it'll probably end up feeling kind of hollow
>This is much more related to "A New Hope" and "Empire."
What about Jedi?
>stupid spinning double bladed sabers?
Nigga, they don't spin all the time and can be used like regular lightsabers.
As for why, they are a bastardization of Jedi lightsabers, they are very uniform, except for a few variations in the hilt, and are used to intimidate lesser Jedi and Padawans. Kanan was freaked out by them until he let go of his fear, and once that happened he understood how they worked and defeated the Grand Inquisitor. .