Rebels Should CIS holdouts make an appearence in Rebels?

Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by StarWarsFan91, Jun 18, 2013.

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Should Separatist holdouts appear in Rebels?

yes 35 vote(s) 83.3%
no 1 vote(s) 2.4%
maybe 6 vote(s) 14.3%
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  1. SeparatistFan Jedi Grand Master

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    I would be happy to see plenty of Separatists in Rebels (villains and heroes). It would be great to have Tikkes on Rebels - he could be the leader of the Separatist resistance. I would also be very pleased to see Admiral Trench on Rebels if he is not killed off in the bonus content.
    Last edited by SeparatistFan, Jun 20, 2013
  2. Dan_Grievous_Tikkes_Fan Force Ghost

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    I know, anakinfansince1983 and I apologize for hogging this Separatist thread. BUT HELL YEAHHHHHSZZZZ>... if I could do Tikkes's voice, I would.... I would.... I would.... GEEK OVERLOAD...GEEK OVERLOAD... GEEK OVERLOAD...GEEK OVERLOAD...

    It would be nice to see Cato Neimoidia. I hope Filoni looks at ROTS and does explore the remnants of the Trade Federation without Gunray.





    1. OH YES! It would be so awesome if Tikkes leads the CIS on some wild nostalgia-filled crusade against Vader. Just so he could relive the days of The Clone Wars. Maybe he could be like Kazdan Paratus and have a build statue room of all the Separatist Leaders and he has gone mad. Talks to himself and the statues... the possibilities are endless.

    If Trench does not die, it would be fun to see him go against the Empire. Trench does not want to die so maybe he won't again.




    Opps, I am so evil...:p
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  3. Legolas Skywalker Force Ghost

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  4. anakinfansince1983 Chosen One

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  5. Trebor Sabreon Force Ghost

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    Until a proper Plagueis action figure is released later this year, a dressed up San Hill actually is Plagueis in my little collection of Sith figures. :p
  6. Kay Suhyun Jedi Knight

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    Don't forget Mar Tuuk.
  7. Super_Battle_Droid Force Ghost

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    And Lok Durd.

    I'd also like to see Sentepeth Findos make an appearance.
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  8. General Immodet Jedi Grand Master

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    I would most certainly love to see some CIS remnants in the show!
    Maybe Tikkes, Rogwata or Mar Tuuk could be leading the CIS remnants in the series?
  9. Nexumaster Force Ghost

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    I could see some of the TCW original separatists in Rebels, but isn't Tikkes supposed to be canonically dead? He went with the rest of the Separatist council to Mustafar where Vader killed them all and I'm pretty sure that the new show won't retcon something that happened in the movie saga.
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  10. Darth Valkyrus Force Ghost

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    Speaking of the Mustafar Massacre, whatever happened to that CIS Parliament from TCW? The one that Mina Bonteri, Voe Attel and such like people were part of.

    Did they get sent to Mustafar also and killed offscreen? Or was it just the military commanders?
  11. Hansa Jedi Master

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    I believe the task of Darth Vader was to take out the "Seperatist leaders". The CIS Council, not the Patliament. I assume Vader was tasked to take out the rest later, or the Stormtrooper Corps. Or it could be that since the Council didn't exist, the Parliament would crumple. No leadership, no Parliament, no CIS.
  12. Super_Battle_Droid Force Ghost

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  13. Cevan Jedi Grand Master

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    I say yes, yes, and double yes. I'd really like getting to see some of the CIS officials we've seen throughout TCW such as Loathsom, Trench, Lok Durd, and others join together and temporarily resurrect the CIS. I think it'd be great if they were actually the first main group to rebel against the Empire, and served as inspiration to the Rebel Alliance which would take shape later on.
  14. TaradosGon Manager Emeritus

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    Yes, I would like to see them. I would like to see them ultimately folded in with the Rebels. I would think that would be delightfully ironic that the institution that was trying so often to cripple the Republic ultimately ends up as a constituent of the Rebellion that helps save it.

    I also think it would be neat to see the friction between constituent Rebel groups such as perhaps the Rebels are hesitant to call upon the Separatists for help given their previous war crimes and due to the fact that the Separatists want to break away from the Republic (now Empire) while the Rebels want to save it.
  15. Narutakikun Force Ghost

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    I think it would be interesting to see an arc where a Separatist we've seen as a villain in TCW (maybe someone like Trench, for example) after some "I-told-you-so" gloating early on in the story, ends up making the Heroic Sacrifice at the end of it in order to let the early core of the Rebellion escape from Vader and the Stormtroopers. It would be a poignant moment, really drive home the questionable morals of the Clone War, and give an "honorable enemy" feel to things that would be in tune with Star Wars's whole Samurai-ethic tribute vibe. It could show the two-sided "Nobody's right if everybody's wrong" nature of the prequel era, maybe with a line that would be something like Bail or Mon Mothma bringing up his war crimes and him responding by saying: "It was war. I'm sure we all did things then that we regret now".

    One thing that the Star Wars story really needs is to become more morally complex than it is now, and that would be a good way to start.
  16. Nexumaster Force Ghost

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    Any proof of that or just personal canon? Canonically, everything points to the fact that they were killed like the others in the council on Mustafar (even on Wookieepedia it's documented that they died there).
  17. Darth_Arapsis Jedi Knight

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    I nominate Mar Tuuk.
  18. Legolas Skywalker Force Ghost

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    He has no proof
  19. DARTHVENGERDARTHSEAR Chosen One

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    Unless it's the enslavement of the CIS people, then no.
  20. Narutakikun Force Ghost

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    Wait - wasn't Hill in prison on Coruscant the last time we saw him in TCW?
  21. Legolas Skywalker Force Ghost

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    Hill never appeared in TCW
  22. Darth Eddie Jedi Grand Master

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    I would not be suprised if CIS holdouts ended up JOINING the rebels. Their motivations ultimately align. after all...
  23. Dan_Grievous_Tikkes_Fan Force Ghost

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    I never will! He must return....


    The more Neimoidians the better. More of them make a show better.




    That would be too awesome as I have previously stated.


    TIKKES is dead only cause a lazy editor of the stupid SW encyclopedia did not watch ROTS or did not care for the Separatists.



    I hope one of the bonus content is the destruction of the Congress... those hippies need to die.


    TIKKKES AND SAN HILL LIVE!!!!!!


    I think for more than a few years Tikkes was MIA in ROTS, but then the retarded book came along and he was written dead even if you watch ROTS, you will never see him on Mustafar.


    Those are good examples of characters that never should die and keep the CIS idea alive. And what is the CIS if not persistant and like a hydra.
    That would be cool if they are expanded into inspiration for many former Separatist worlds to rise against the Empire.


    It would be a mindblowing moment if Mar Tuuk or Trench saves famous Rebels like Mothma or Bail.



    There is no proof that TIkkes is dead. Where is he on Mustafar?! Where is his body?! He is not shown in any of the versions - comic, novel or movie! He appears clearly on Utapau and then is GONE.
    I would call the Encyclopedia killing of Tikkes LAZY EDITORIAL WORK!


    Hill never did, he was just mentioned in Season One's Destory Malevolence.
    I hope the Clovis arc fixes this error of the show and give us Hill.


    One final word: TIIKKKKKESSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  24. General Immodet Jedi Grand Master

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    Didn't the Empire execute or imprison Findos?
  25. Nexumaster Force Ghost

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    I really don't think "lazy editiorial work" is the reason Tikkes is dead; I think it goes without saying that in ROTS, he went to Mustafar with the other Separatist leaders and got cut down by Vader along with the others; he was definitely there since he was a member of the Separatist council. The only way they can have him live is to sneak in a retcon that he managed to flee the carnage on a shuttle that was parked outside, seeing as he wasn't killed on screen (and I don't remember if we see his corpse afterwards).
    Last edited by Nexumaster, Jul 4, 2013
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