Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by heels1785, Nov 12, 2016.
*provides EJC with more furbies*
I did say I was speculating - but I'm trying to do so based on the limited information we have.
Rodia is such a cool planet.
Hoth is pretty "cool" too.
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Where is Bail?
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Where are you?
Let's go find him Scoob!
So I just binge-watched 7 Clone Wars episodes
Oh if anyone wanted to know James Arnold Taylor the man who voiced Obi Wan in the Clone Wars has his own YouTube channel and this year he will be reviewing TCW!
Last I heard he returned to Alderaan.
I'm around. I've been busy, preoccupied, and other things.
Nice to see you again Bail. Cheers!
I still need to see that Ron Howard Beatles film that Penny told us about. What about you? Seen it yet?
Yes it's diecast, the same material of the Titanium range.
I think this set of models came out before the main range though, in 1998, although I'm pretty sure that the Titanium range versions of these models are identical.
Eg. I've see the Titanium TF Battleship, and it has the same mini Frigate in the hangar. Hell, the Black Range version of Maul's Infiltrator is stil virtually identical to the 1998 version, right down to the legs.
For example - My version:
The Titanium range version:
And the Black range version:
They're all virtually identical, right down to the annoying jutting legs being the same. I think the paint on the Black one is slightly different, but as far as I can tell, the actual mold of the model is the same.
Also, I'm going to get a screwdriver today, and have a crack at removing the legs myself. I may only be able to remove the front two, and it might end with the model irretrievably broken, but hey, at least this model is still in production. I can always get a Black range replacement in Sainsbury's for £3.99.
I once binge watched 12 in one day, from Hostage Crisis to Lightsaber Lost.
I'm planning on starting watching TCW either tonight or tomorrow, release order. I'll also finally be posting some new TCW music soon after.
So what does the original X-Wing
look like these days?
So I bought some screwdrivers today (£6 for a set of 5! Ridiculous price, that's more than I paid for the model!), 2 of them were crosshead, and I tried to unscrew the Sith Infiltrator.
However, I can't seem to get any grip, and the screw refuses to turn. There are 2 possibilities. Either the screw is designed to be to tight to unscrew, maybe with glue to ensure that the model doesn't fall apart, or the screwdriver I have is the wrong type.
Here is the screw, and the screwdriver:
I just can't stand these legs, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
Well, sort of release order. I'll watch Revival in it's originally intended position, as episode 13 of the season, and I'm thinking of watching the Clovis arc between the droid and Maul arcs to see how it fits.
Other than that, I don't mind the release order that much. The New Padawan is such a great first episode after all, even if it is technically the 3rd chronologically (or is it even? When does Clone Cadets take place? Will watching them in this order dull story arcs? Eg. Toydaria established in Season 3, then returned to later in the season, or having to wait 2 seasons for it to appear again. And then there are episodes with no real clues to placing eg. Trespass. Plus the jumping around in time and place structure is what TCW is best at. Does it really matter if, say, Mortis took place before Nightsisters? Not really. Keeping track of all this is why I just watch them in the order on the DVD ).
I tend to watch chronological order, but I've been experimenting on my last couple rewatches (I like watching the 6 Maul episodes at once).
Just be sure to watch Lair of Grievous 10 times.
Lair is a great episode. Great music too:
If I were to drop dead right here in thread, darsk and slayer would just keep posting along their merry little way. Hell, who knows, they might actually accidentally hit the like function at my demise.
Lair is my second favorite episode from Season 1. Fantastic episode both for Grievous and Kit Fisto. Grievous vs Fisto rivals some of the live action duels IMO!
And yes, great music!
I like the episode with Anakin and Ahsoka and the clones and they fight the Separatists and there are explosions and stuff.