Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by SithStarSlayer, Feb 27, 2013.
Anakin would've died and Obi-Wan would've died
hey i just found out in one of the books that in palpatine's office is a urn containing the ashes of his master. my question is what are all the books containing information like that on the prequels and maybe the original trilogy as well?
The book that mentioned Plagueis' ashes are in the urn is in the Revenge of the Sith Visual Dictionary. It's great book. I do recommend it. I aso have the TPM and AOTC visual dictionaries, there's some good stuff in them too, but ROTS in the best. I don't have OT visual dictionaries, so I can't comment on them.
You may also want to check out the novelizations of each movie. Again ROTS is great. Some of the other novels too. Darth Plagueis is one of my faves. There's also the Jedi Path and Book of Sith.
Yeah, I kinda knew since 2005.
This is what you're asking for:
So he hid a lightsaber in his office, and now it turns out he had the ashes of his former master in his office as well. Does anyone else know of any other things he had hidden in his office?
Yes, I heard he kept a Battle Droid head in his lower left hand desk drawer. It could only say two things,
"Roger Roger, or, Oh Noooo!"
When he had big decisions to make, he would use it like a Magic Eight Ball. Ask a question, shake it, and wait for a reply.
Bottom right hand drawer has a legion of his best troops and a bag of dead moisture farmers sour apple jolly ranchers.
Yeah, that's all covered in Darth Plagueis. Dooku and Palps had been talking for awhile before Dooku decided to leave.
It's not easy being a Sith. Not much room for error.
Considering how the Jedi acted during the Mandolorian Wars I fail to understand why they have joined the Clone Wars? Even the Mandolorian Wars was a war of aggression and invasion yet this one was a war of seccession. I don't understand why did the Jedi Council joined this war instead of staying neutral?
iirc, they were pretty much forced into it. A rescue attempt ended up turning into an all-out battle with the Separatist forces. It was too late to declare themselves neutral.
The question should be Why did the Jedi fall so easily for the trap set by Count Dooku and Sidious, and why did they allow programmed Battle Droids to Slaughter many of their number, I thought the Jedi were supposed to be a legendary and powerful force............
Jedi aren't invincible. They can be tricked, or they can be overwhelmed by sheer weight of numbers.
The main excuse is that Sidious shrouded the Force. I have always taken that to mean he is meant to have deceived the entire Order which is indeed quite a feat as he was with several of the 'elite' for a long time. However, the Jedi were likewise complacent and haughty in their belief no one was above them so their own foolishness is their downfall to me.
Is there a particular reason that GL decided to have Palpatine be behind everything? Palpatine being behind everything is my favorite part of the PT.
How were the hover vehicles that travelled above the lava's surface on Mustafar controlled? I had assumed that the Jedi were using the Force to guide their vehicles, but we also see the Mustafarians using them as well?
How does Anakin building C-3PO make the galaxy "smaller"?
Luke adventuring with a droid his father built, that came into his possession essentially at random, is kind of a contrived coincidence.
...Or a delightful detail displaying the will of the Force.
In Episode III, I swear I saw Sidious lose his lightsaber out the window. But then he has it again when Yoda shows up. Did my eyes deceive me?
He has a 2nd one.
Isn't that cheating?
Always have a back up plan.