Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by Darth Wookiee, Jan 1, 2014.
No resurrections please!
She was killed by Vader.
where in the timeline? if late enough you can show it in the show.
ok, must of been in The purge Comics.
They brought back Maul who apparently didn't need a resurrection didn't they? Nor did Trench. Plo Koon and Mace Windu will both be back whether we like it or not.
Would be a huge mistake to bring them back.
Why not just bring back Emperor Vitiate or Darth Nihilus or Exar Kun or some such while they're at it? Just to liven things up a bit. What's a lttle thing like being dead for 5,000 years when you've got all that lovely hatred keeping you alive?
Might as well bring Anakin, Obi-Wan and Yoda back from the dead too...
Hey, I'm with you. Never should have happened with Maul, but Lucas' stance on the matter is what it is, you know? Hatred helped him survive otherwise fatal injuries (don't think anyone ever said anything about it helping with bringing folks back to life, though, just keeping them alive in the first place).
Ugh. As much as I enjoyed Trench (and expect to dig him
in the TCWBC), Trench shouldn't have survived.
He was vaporized (or, should have been, anyway), and even if he managed to survive the great big ol' fireball he was in the middle of, with his ship's bridge completely blown apart, Trench should have died a painful death in the vacuum of space.
I put it down to having more flexibility with the rules with animation than one would with a live-action production, but wow, TCW is supposed to be right up there with the six films in Lucas' canon, and I just don't know how he can reconcile that alongside some of the sillier things like this.
That's four too many.
If Trench survived, Piett could also have survived his near-identical "death". Maybe he'll be in Episode VII.
If Ventress were to one day benefit from something similar, how do you think you might feel about it? I ask because, while I'm generally not in favor of these type of resurrections, I think it's understandable when folks are more okay with the idea when it's a character they really love.
I'm sure every Clone Trooper that died would love to be resurrected.
Yea soon everyone will survive from their injuries
-Recreation head for Dooku.
No just no. I would accept the idea of Mace coming back before Plo.
@Trebor Sabreon: nah. Ventress' death should be off-screen and from old age, "old" being several hundred years old. And she'll drift off peacefully to the Awesome Character Afterlife where all the great ones drink beverages of their choice and reminisce about their best scenes. That will take an eternity because of the sheer number of best scenes.
Ventress is above a violent fake-death and resurrection.
You should edit the poll. He doesn't need to have survived the crash to appear in Rebels. Either flashback, or more likely, via Force Ghost haunting Ahsoka.
Why Mace's death meant something important the start of the purge and Anakins turn to Darth Vader.
Plo was just another common death in Order 66.
Because Mace just flew out the window. Lots of Jedi have survived similar things.
Plo's starfighter augered into the ground and exploded in a massive fireball, with him still inside it. That's unsurvivable.
Trench says otherwise.
I can deal with maul and windu's survival...(maul's wounds were cauterized and i could believe that he would be able to make the necessary fixes to his GI tract before becoming septic; windu was only thrown out a window with a cut off hand). I can NOT deal with TRENCH'S SURVIVAL!!!! ridiculous.
Spiders are ****ing evil and evil lives. Or something.
Plagueis probably brought Trench back. Or Voldemort and his horcruxes.
I'm going to close this because I don't want to encourage every would-be dead character from the prequel trilogy era getting their own poll over whether or not they should survive - merely on the grounds that Maul survived and so they could/should too.
Feel free to continue the discussion here