*** Episode III Spoilers ***

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  1. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    The General Grevious report is completely true. As of recently, his name was still General Grevious. Could it change? Could George re-spell it "Greevus?" Was a Saber-Dart once called a Kyber-Dart? Was Sifo-Dyas once called Sido-Dyas? Sure, but for now, that is the reality. All that is missing from that original report is the fight between Anakin and Dooku (definitely expect limbs to be lost). Palpatine is shackled to his chair (you saw it on hyperspace already) with a huge panoramic window behind him. The room is extremely evocative of the Emperor's throne room in ROTJ. The Seperatist ship that they are aboard is a long, slender, sleek vessel. The hanger bay is towards the back of the ship with giant doors that are open on both sides (so you could fly straight through the hole if you wanted.) Do not picture a TF Droid Control ship. They look nothing alike.
  2. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    -Obi-Wan and his troops (following orders from the council), track Grevious down. Obi-Wan gives chase of Grevious aboard an animal that would best be described as a large and fast lizard. Grevious rides in a vehicle that resembles a one-wheeled version of a Hailfire droid. During their saber duel, Grevious' forearms each split in two and he wields a total of 4 lightsabers in combat.

    Error: Only 1 spoiler post per minute is allowed.

  3. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    Palpatine had the clone troopers made with genetic data that allows him to take complete control of them when he needs to.
  4. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    -After Obi-Wan eliminates Grevious (confirmed, its a blaster up the guts. A real juicy death for Grevious. Expect his head to leak fluids too), he returns to his troops. Palpatine gives the order for all the clone troopers to kill their jedi masters. Obi-Wan narrowly escapes and all the jedi in the film from this point forward would be considered enemies of the Republic and fugitives. This scene is a bit tragic for Obi-Wan as he is forced to kill a clone trooper he had befriended fighting together in the clone wars.

  5. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    -Quick shots are shown on multiple worlds of clone troopers turning on their Jedi generals and eliminating them in several creative ways. (for example, you'll see a new world, followed by Republic tanks with a jedi commander on board. The order is given and the tank next to it turns it's turret and opens fire on the jedi tank at point blank range.) Watch for prominent jedi council members to go out this way.

  6. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    -Yoda has little difficulty dealing with the clone troopers that turn on him on Kashyyyk, especially with the help of the wookiees. You will see why Han warns about wookiees being known to rip people's arms out of their sockets. And don't expect wookiees to be portrayed as simply "tall ewoks." Their technology is very advanced as is their vehicles, and they make good use of the lagoons on their world during combat. Watch for Yoda to do his whole "Away with your weapons I mean you no harm!" bit to fool the clone troopers as Chewie comes up behind them and knocks them unconscious. Wookiee vehicles definitely have a propeller theme. They have a boat with 2 pontoons (it looks like a catamaran). And they have one-man helicopter vehicles they fly around in.



  7. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    -The last mission that Palpatine sends Anakin Skywalker on is a mission to the planet Mustafar. He is to terminate the remaining leaders of the Seperatists who have gathered there for a meeting.

  8. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    Ouch...


    Some of those were hard to post...


    I guess we'll see how much of it pans out in 579 days.
  9. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    - When Obi-Wan returns to Coruscant, he meets up with Yoda and must come to terms with what Anakin has been up to while he was away. The most telling of evidence is proof that Anakin led a raid on the temple with clonetroopers and eliminated the Younglings and any Jedi trying to protect them.
    - Padme tracks down Anakin to Mustafar. When she finds him, he has already dispatched all the Seperatist leaders. She is still not full term yet in her pregnancy. Anakin only believes she is pregnant with one child. When the twins are born, it is not due to Padme going into labor, but out of necessity to rescue them from her before she passes.

    - Mustafar is the "lava planet" and would best be described as the underbowels of Bespin meets lava processing facilities. Take the environment that Luke and Vader fought in on Bespin, and build it into the side of a volcanic mountain and you'll begin to get a rough idea of what the area will be like.
  10. Jyro-Kyrn Jedi Master

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    The Web Cam is back on!

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    Post production tidbits!!!
  11. Jyro-Kyrn Jedi Master

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    Oh, and I've been really good about staying away from this thread and the spy reports! I just thought I would drop in and say that HS is living up to its value again!
  12. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    And, of course you are recording all the juicy little nuances and subtleties for publication on a forthcoming SCFF DVD, correct?
  13. Jyro-Kyrn Jedi Master

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    I wish.

    There has been a lot of talk at the SW.com message boards in the past about getting the stored images available for download.

    Lucasfilm is being very stingy about using photos from the site.

    Oh, and I can see Palpy on a monitor RIGHT NOW!
  14. Jyro-Kyrn Jedi Master

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    Oh, and now Anakin on the monitor!
  15. Jyro-Kyrn Jedi Master

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  16. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    Jealousy is an attribute of the Dark Side.




    So, duh...YEAH!!!!!
  17. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    Ok, so now we all know that Asajj is a "Sith apprentice", therefore, she must be apprenticing under someone, correct? Well, Maul clearly served under Sidious, as apparently does Dooku. So, who does Asajj serve/study under, since the whole maxim of "Always two there are, no more no less" must still apply? Is she a subordinate of Sidious, or of Dooku? Some may argue that Dooku isn't really Sith, just Dark Jedi. Well, this would be a fine theory in the EU, but Lucas has never put forth such a supposition of Dark Jedi within the canon of films, so it doesn't really hold water. In the films, we have Jedi & Sith, period. No Dark Jedi, or Gray Jedi, or Plaid Jedi. Just good & evil...

    Also, Dooku is referred to as Darth Tyranus, intimating that he is indeed Sith.

    So, again, with DARTH Sidious and DARTH Tyranus, how can there be a DARTH Ventress? Granted, she's just an "apprentice", but she has to study under a Sith Lord, right?


    Meesa muy muy confused.

    Is it possible that Lucas is going to shoot holes in the pre-established notion of only having 2 Sith in existence simultaneously?
  18. arrowheadpodracer Force Ghost

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    Y'know, it is only Yoda who says that. And we all know he wasnt exactly right about everything. ;)


    Bump for anyone who has the urge to talk about news leaks, or pirate footage, or anything unofficial.
  19. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    Well, I would agree that Yoda was the only official source of that little tidbit, however, all five of the films have borne that out as true thus far. I think if Lucas countermands that notion in Ep: III, he is opening a nasty little can of worms.
  20. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    WARNING: For those who are avoiding spoilers of ANY kind, whether it be rumor, or from an "official" source such as the Official Site, Hyperspace, SW Insider, etc. BEWARE of clicking on the link.





    TFN has compiled a list of "official" Just the Facts


    TONS of juicy little tidbits. Some old news, some not so much.


    Enjoy!!!
  21. Imperial_Birrer Jedi Master

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    Wow, that is one hey of a completion of spoiler.

    Mey likey.

    SS ,you rock.
  22. Joseph_Orion Force Ghost

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    This movie sounds like a bomb already. Grievous? lol Right... Guy looks like Abe Sapien from Hellboy
  23. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    How appropriate to illustrate the term 'Bomb' with dreck such as Hellboy...
  24. Joseph_Orion Force Ghost

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    Hellboy is great and the spin-off characters associated with it are so much fun. Puts a whole new twist on hell and urban legends. Bomb or not, the Hellboy movie is still gonna be better than EP3 :)
  25. Sith_Slayer Force Ghost

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    I wholly enjoyed the Hellboy comic, however based on what I've seen thus far, the movie appears to be less than promising...


    I'll take Ep III ANYDAY!!!
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