Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII and Beyond (Archive)' started by Darth Valkyrus, Apr 17, 2013.
This is so fake that SuperShadow would call this a hoax if he saw it.
No, at least Super Shadow can make up their own names. This is just pathetic.
You know something's bad when people are saying it's worse than Super Shadow.
This is obviously 100% true
Did Filoni write it? And why is this not locked yet?
I gotta say, "If this galaxy is to survive, there can be no Jedi Order" is really doing it for me. would make a great poster tagline.
I am a big fan of Ahsoka, but Darth Tano?
You're a fan of Ahsoka??????????
Easiest way to tell if a document is fake. Look for version control. Like other fake plots circulating, this is missing it.
Note to self: the next time you create a fake plot document, add version control. Dang.
Lol. Don't forget the distribution list too. If you're gonna do a fake document, at least make it look authentic
Dang, you're right! I have really got to step up my game.
Some people definitely are putting in a lot of effort to create plot lines though. Just like with that cartoon series that was confirmed fake they definitely are putting some thought into it to make it sound believable.
I remember way back when people were wondering what the newly announced PT was going to be about I read a storyline from somebody and he mentioned that Anakin was flirting down a hall (when no one else was there). How do people flirt down halls all by themselves?
Maybe Anakin had a wall fetish?
It wouldn't be surprising if the same person who came up with the Reclamation fake turns out to be the one that came up with this one. The emphasis on Ahsoka, the child of Lando (Kala/Kilo), and the mention of Mandolorian related characters kind of seems like they come from one particular person.
Agreed. That is a wonderful statement that instantly evokes many complicated ideas, from many different viewpoints. The only good thing to come from that list of garbage.
Yes. I did not like her when TCW first started but she has grown on me over the years.
You have never seen the power of 4Chan, have you?
The legendary power of 4chan hardly needs explaining to anyone who's used the Internet for any length of time.
I wouldn't be surprised if all the stuff I collated in the OP from the various boards was ultimately something coughed forth from the nether regions of 4chan. Trolling sci-fi fans would give somebody on there jollies no doubt.
Fake storylines and rumours are one thing... Wait for the fake trailers to start hitting youtube. If a film is big enough and anticipated enough, in the present era of advanced 3d rendering and hd video, some bunch of jokers will probably try making a fake trailer eventually.
A lot of people are. So?
The legendary power of 4chan? All I've heard about 4chan is that it's built up of the dreg of humanity. Never visited myself though.
And there already are a bunch of fake trailers. None of which are as fake as this "leaked" stuff.
I'm referring to someone actually threatening them. I've have seen these people destroy lives. For both good and bad.
Yes, 4Chan has destroyed people. I'm done talking about them now. *hides in corner*
Yeah for a second I thought it said 'Darth Dano,' and immediately an image of Scott Caan from Hawaii 5-0 with a lightsaber popped in my head.
Fake trailers and other fake stuff is inevitable. It happens with almost every heavily anticipated film and SW will be no different *in fact it will likely be a MAJOR target*. Take a look at TDKR...I followed that film and there were legit dozens upon dozens of fake "leaked info" ranging from the Riddler being the villain, JGL being Jean Paul valley, all the way to there being a scene where Bane takes his mask off to eat steak. Except with Star Wars it will be more annoying since I imagine there will be a bunch more "too crazy and stupid to be true" rumors and the blatant "Eu pandering/bashing" just to piss fans off. The more fans believe/make pages about these fake stuff, the more that are going to be created. Just saying.
4Chan is more powerful than the legal department of Disney? Unlikely. "There's always a bigger fish". Or in this case, a bigger mouse.