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Clone Wars Shadow Conspiracy Spoilers Thread

Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by AkashKedavra_93, Dec 3, 2012.

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  1. InterestingLurker

    InterestingLurker Jedi Master star 4

    Jun 15, 2011
    Never happens.
  2. Asharak

    Asharak Jedi Master star 4

    Apr 23, 2003

    This is how I remember the scene: It’s basically Viszla and Maul drinking tea while debating a possible alliance, Bo-Katan threatens Maul and makes fun of him, making an open challenge towards him. Maul starts choking her to death with the force, but stops after being asked by Viszla. Maul leaves the room, and it’s revealed that Viszla and Bo-Katan were testing Maul, and he passed the test
  3. Dathomir-Witch

    Dathomir-Witch Jedi Knight star 2

    Jan 2, 2013
  4. InterestingLurker

    InterestingLurker Jedi Master star 4

    Jun 15, 2011
    Maul entered the tent and found Vizsla sitting on a stool, with warriors standing behind him. Before the Mandalorian leader sat a pot and two cups.
    "In time for tea," Vizsla said. "Come join me."
    Maul sat on a stool. Vizsla poured tea into the two cups and offered one to Maul.
    "Made with the florets of a Cassius tree," Vizsla said. "It's good for your health."
    Maul took the cup, sniffed at the steam curling above it, then drank.
    Tea with a Mandalorian, he thought. The galaxy is certainly full of surprises.
    The Sith warrior eyed the symbol on Vizsla's armor.
    "Your mark?" Maul asked.
    "The sign of Clan Vizsla," the other man replied. "I am Pre Vizsla. We are the Death Watch, descendants of the true warrior faith all Mandalorians once knew."
    Vizsla nodded at the watching Mandalorians.
    "Now my people are living in exile because we will not abandon our heritage," he said. "Our people were warriors. Strong. Feared. Now they're ruled by the New Mandalorians, who think that being pacifist is a good thing. They've given away our honor and tradition for peace."
    Agitated, Vizsla began striding around the tent, helmet in hand.
    "Duchess Satine and her corrupt leadership are crushing our souls, destroying our identity," he said. "That is our struggle."
    Vizsla slammed down his helmet, looking around at the other warriors.
    Maul sipped his tea.
    "If they are weak, why do you wait?" he asked.
    Vizsla refused to take the bait.
    "The Duchess has powerful allies," he said. "Including your Jedi friend Kenobi. He is also responsible for our exile. Perhaps fortune brought us together."
    Maul looked over the warriors. They were Mandalorians, but more than common mercenaries. They had a purpose. A plan. And their enemy, this Duchess Satine, was someone Obi-Wan valued, perhaps would even dfend with his life.
    If so, it would be the Jedi's undoing.
    Maul nodded at Vizsla.
    "It is the will of the Force," he said. "We can help you reclaim Mandalore-"
    "-and punish Kenobi for his trespasses," Vizsla finished.
    Maul could feel the warriors' hatred of their enemies pulsing in the Force, as well as their excitement at the idea of seeing those enemies brought down and ruined. Bu Bo-Katan remained calm, her face skeptical.
    "We allied ourselves with Sith before," she reminded her comrades. "Count Dooku. He also betrayed us. Sith are no better than Jedi. They claim to be powerful, but we put these two back together after the Jedi guttem them."
    Maul stared through the steam of his tea at the Mandalorian woman. This was not a shove in the back, witnessed by no one. This was a public challenge, and to suffer it in silence would be a fatal display of weakness. He twitched his hand, feeling the Force awaiting his command.
    Bo-Katan began to gag.
    "Doubt will only lead to failure," Maul said.
    The Mandalorians drew their weapons with a clatter and aimed them at Maul. But Vizsla calmly ordered them to hold their fire as Bo-Katan continued to struggle for air.
    "Our combined strength will be rewarded," Maul said. "Mandalore will be yours - and Kenobi, this Sith pretender Dooku, and all our enemies will fall."
    He released his grip on Bo-Katan with a contemptuous flip of his fingers. She fell to the ground, gasping for breath.
    "Check on your brother," Vizsla told Maul. "We'll put it to a vote."
    Maul got to his feet and pushed his way out of the tent. A moment later, Bo-Katan rose as well. She grinned at Vizsla. The Sith warrior had passed the test.
  5. DarthTalgus

    DarthTalgus Jedi Grand Master star 4

    Sep 3, 2012
  6. Zabrak 2

    Zabrak 2 Jedi Padawan star 2

    Sep 7, 2012
    Sugi should of been killed.
  7. The Shadow Emperor

    The Shadow Emperor Jedi Master star 4

    Sep 29, 2012
    Why? She's pretty much the only bounty hunter with an ounce of morality left. That quality alone makes her interesting.
  8. Asharak

    Asharak Jedi Master star 4

    Apr 23, 2003
    You dont have much sense of morality if you work for the Hutts.
    Zabrak 2 and SithStarSlayer like this.
  9. scarecrow007

    scarecrow007 Jedi Youngling

    Jan 5, 2013
    Just found some info regarding Maul's fate after his battle with Darth Sidious
    He opens a shop on Tatooine
  10. KED12345

    KED12345 Jedi Master star 4

    Sep 10, 2012
    Prices in Half!
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