Lit Clone Wars Continuity Discussion (Spoilers Allowed)

Discussion in 'Literature' started by sabarte, May 12, 2008.

  1. Hero of Tukayyid Jedi Knight

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  2. HanJones Force Ghost

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    They just need to make an animated Han Solo series and adapt the Brian Daley and A.C. Crispin trilogies as well as Death Troopers.
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  3. HanJones Force Ghost

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    I made my daughter / your niece watch the Star Wars Holiday Special last Thursday. Immediately afterwards she wrote a letter to George Lucas complaining about it. We mailed it out on that Saturday, which was the 34th anniversary of that travesty.

    11/17/78 -- Never Forget
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  4. mattman8907 Jedi Master

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    i know leland chee was starting to give us a timeline of events with The Clone Wars but he seems to hit a snag as he hasn't posted anything in over two weeks.
  5. LawgSkrak Force Ghost

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    Just in case people were still wondering, there is no Even Piell fix in the new Reaves novel.

    And LOL at Cpunt!!! [face_rofl]
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  6. mattman8907 Jedi Master

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    well that's good. i think. i just think the title is misleading. is the main character supposed to be the last of the active jedi to fight the empire?
  7. LawgSkrak Force Ghost

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    Actually, I would have preferred some kind of Even Piell fix.
  8. Jeff_Ferguson Force Ghost

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    Almost everyone. I'm with Robimus on this one, but I think that even he's being a bit too generous. This arc has failed to fire on almost every cylinder with me, and I couldn't care less about any of the characters. I still want them to all die in a ship explosion next episode.
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  9. CooperTFN TFN EU Staff Emeritus

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    Fine, fine--most of those who've seen the arc. :p
    I'm glad you enjoyed my mobile typo.
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  10. Darth_Zandalor Force Ghost

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    ....Is it safe to come here without someone whinging over how my negative opinions hurt their mojo?
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  11. LawgSkrak Force Ghost

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  12. Zorrixor Chosen One

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    I'm just glad I'm not the only one who totally misread that typo at first.
  13. Danzo Jedi Master

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    If we're going down the family business route with chocolate involved than he has to have a son called Willy.
  14. MercenaryAce Force Ghost

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    ......That droid is a thousand generations old? Holy podoo!

    Another good episode....my favorite of the arc. And of the season so far. Good action, good humor, some nice character development. I particularly liked Hondo trying to get some money out of Obi-Wan in the end and acting all indignant.
  15. Tzizvvt78 Force Ghost

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    I wonder if an author is gonna get the chance to tell the story of how Yoda got his lightsaber...
  16. Arawn_Fenn Chosen One

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    You mean like...

    [IMG]
  17. GrandAdmiralJello Emperor: Community & Lit

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  18. Robimus Force Ghost

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    No, because that would be interesting.

    I have real issues with the path they are taking with Hondo. Now he's just the stereotypical scoundrel with a good heart. Pretty sue he'll save Baby Adi during Order 66 as well, maybe all of her friends too. He can set up a secret underground railroad to smuggle Jedi to Mandalore Florrum.

    Hopefully we do eventually see some confrontation when Boba arrives to take his ship back.
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  19. AdmiralNick22 Fleet Admiral of Literature

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    I thought that today's episode was the weakest of the whole arc. I had actually liked the prior episodes so, I guess I was more than a bit disappointed. There were a lot of plot holes too. Where was Hondo's fleet of saucer starships? We know they appear in episodes chronologically after this. On a more positive note, I do think that Hondo's character development is a good thing. He is still a filthy pirate and mercenary, but having a small soft spot for a child doesn't ruin that, IMO.

    --Adm. Nick
  20. blackmyron Force Ghost

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    Ah, you must be one of those people who, to paraphrase Lucas, wanted Han to be some sort of amoral murderer who doesn't let an attacker get a first shot off. :p
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  21. Hero of Tukayyid Jedi Knight

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    I am too lazy to do the math. Is he older then Xesh would be if he would be immortal and be alive during the Battle of Yavin?
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  22. Zorrixor Chosen One

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    Dooku cut it in half as a wee youngling?
  23. Tzizvvt78 Force Ghost

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    Huh? The Jedi Order guarded the Old Republic for a thousand generations, according to Obi-Wan. In the first film? Remember that? :p
  24. Hero of Tukayyid Jedi Knight

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    A generation is about 20 years so he has to be about 20000 years old?
  25. Tzizvvt78 Force Ghost

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    25 years, that's why the Republic is given the age of 25,000 years old.