Discussion in 'Literature' started by sabarte, May 12, 2008.
In fairness--he kinda does.
He also hops on one transparisteel leg.
Whips!, Ahsoka!! ..This is sounding like 50 shades of Filoni
I'd like to see Clone Wars be rebranded as Dark Times, and follow up post RotS. They could use the same animation style (and assets) and tell new stories while bringing over popular characters and hanging plot threads from the Clone Wars series. Plus it would let them re-brand the show and start adding in some tie-ins to Episode 7.
The Dark Times: Tying up all those nasty loose ends in time for ANH.
You could kiss goodbye to Hett and K'Kruhk surviving long enough anymore.
Filoni would not stop until Ahsoka meets everyone and does everything in the GFFA.
I refuse to believe she will ever grow sideburns as cool as BoShek's!
Hear me Filoni? You may ruin Barriss's good name, but the day you blasphemy BoShek's coiffure I will denounce the Star Wars franchise forever!
I'm sure Filoni will envision BoShek having green hair and no sideburns.
I've seen the preview clip for Season 6 - the one where we see the return of Adm. Trench. Surprised he survived. Anyway, I have to say I'm glad he's back. He and that Neimoidian commander during the Ryloth Campaign arcs are the only two who Separatist commanders whom I can say are as good a commanding officer as Thrawn.
Also with that preview clip, could we be seeing an allusion to the clone insanity that was mentioned in the Thrawn Trilogy? I'd like to think so.
That would just make him *a* Jedi Master who instructed him.
During TPM filming, I wonder if Lucas realized that he ****** up.
The way he might have remembered Leia's memories of her mother when he wrote Padme's death scene?
He might try. He will fail.
Leia's eyes /were/ open.....sorta works.
LOL. No. Padme actually touched Luke's head. If Leia opening her eyes works, the much-more-Force-sensitive Luke should be able to remember.
"Do you remember your mother? Your real mother?"
"Of course. She died when I was two minutes old but I sensed her through the Force, just like I sensed that you were my brother before I laid that kiss on you...oh, wait..."
Yes, but Luke's eyes were closed, while Leia was watching everything...
Also, Leia is just as force sensitive as Luke. She just lacks training.
GGrievous, that's in the Extra-Special Filoni editions. Ahsoka instilled the Padme memories into Leia's head, but not Luke's, because Luke looked too much like Obi-Wan so he had to be a loser or something.
Both Luke and Leia remember Padme, due to their connection to the Force.
Luke remembers what Padme was feeling, just not Padme herself... "He still has good in him..."
Leia remembers how Padme was feeling, what she looked like... "kind, beautiful, but sad..."
Clearly, Leia's conflicting memories are all part of Lucas's vision, the truth of which will finally be revealed in the Sequel Trilogy, when we will discover that both explanations are correct, because Darth Chronos has been manipulating the flow of time all along, causing multiple timelines to coexist, which is why Han can both shoot first and not shoot first, and why Leia can and can't remember her mother being alive, because in some timelines Padme lived, in others she didn't.
When Luke then becomes Keeper of Mortis at the end of Episode 9, he will heal the fractured timeline and restore order to the spacetime continuum by merging the conflicting continuities and then there will finally be peace between Han and Greedo.
I prefer the explanation that Luke was an idealist with the tendency to see good in people, much like his mother was.
At first I laughed. Then I agreed.
Unless he somehow gets involved with a new Extra Special Edition of ANH, BoShek's a Movie Character and his appearance is set. Filoni can only mess with minor details like his entire life history.
Folks you're not seeing the big picture here. Can't you see how obvious it is? Ahsoka inspired BoShek to grow those sideburns and become a pilot!
If we're going with the Force theory, I don't think we have to assume that it works exactly for Leia in that moment as it does for Luke. It's just too much of an unknown.