Discussion in 'Literature' started by Robimus, Jan 27, 2013.
Made me realize that the TCW disease contiunes to spread.
There is this comment:
If Lucas "went on record" there might be a verifiable source somewhere to confirm it.
How does this have anything to do with Clone Wars? Two Lightsabers?
You should take a look at the background.
Is the droid one from the old Droids cartoons?
I don't see it. A Droid?
No. What I'm saying is she should have done the research. I didn't realize that was so confusing. lol
Eh whatever... It would have been better if it was a droid from the movies
Even if she had- would it have changed anything? Ryan Kaufman (apparently) told her the Jedi didn't have much problem using the clones, and confirmed they were a slave army- and that's what sparked the enthusiasm about writing the whole Republic commando series.
I want Quinlan Vos to go to Mandalore and kill Kal Skrita. Traviss had such hatred of Vos due to his dislike of Clones. LOLZ
Nope, it wouldn't, but I could care less since I haven't got around to reading that series. I got the highlights though.
I'm curious, what source is that from?
Edit: Nevermind, I see it now.
Interesting but irrelevent to the story Karen was telling.
STAR WARS: OFFICIAL POSTER MONTHLY #4
Published January 1978 by Galaxy Publications. Text writers Jon Trux, John May, Anthony Fredrickson.
On one hand it further legitimizes Karen's take on the clones.
On the other Owen Lars was Obi-Wan's brother back then.
We have it established that the Empire treats clones as slaves, with no rights- raising the possibility that this is legacy from the Republic.
It wasn't till the RoTJ novel that we see Obi-Wan claim that Owen is his brother.
She never claimed she was the first person to have that thought, so I'm not sure what's telling you she didn't "do the research", which is a pretty broad concept to begin with. She thought it was a compelling angle, she ran with it. End of story.
That changed very quickly in the EU.
In Star Wars on Trial, she does say:
"I don't read novels, not even if I'm paid to, and anyway the Republic Commando world was brand new, so the continuity would be created largely by me, working alongside the game team. I plunged in with all the confidence of the joyously ignorant"
I'm aware about what she did or didn't claim. End of story.
Maybe you could tell the rest of us?
But we also know she used the Holocron, as well as having helpers the like of patchworkz for various aspects of her books. Certainly she made errors, and a few intentional changes along the way - but she did try to use continuity as well all, over the place.
Just because some Jedi treat them better, doesn't mean they have much in the way of legal protections.
I meant as far as what she has said on record bud.
Her first book was terrible it really wasn't. A commando team sent to rescue a padawan. That is brilliant, but when it became a soap opera is when it became terrible. If they stuck to the plot like X Wing did, it would have been far better. I would have preferred the two squads stay separate and get books about each 4 man squad to develop the characters better then ended the series with a combination book.
Which brings us back to my having no clue what point you were trying to make in the first place. I mean, given this:
...you're likely correct about the extent to which she investigated the history of clones in the franchise. But I'm still not clear what you think any of us are supposed to take from that.