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Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by IG_2000, Sep 28, 2012.

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  1. IG_2000 Jedi Master

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    Yes, many of you dislike the show. Yes, many of you complain about how the toxic twins of Filoni and Lucas are constantly steamrolling canon, cherrypicking and just in general ****ing everything up. Yes, the show may have questionable writing, like when Obi-Wan asked "Who could have done this?" to Ziro the Hutt when he just spent the past few hours trying to prevent Cad Bane from killing him, or the fact that you may consider Ahsoka a "Mary Sue" (personally, I hate that goddam term)

    But in reality, we're skirting what really matters. Its the fact that in all four years of the show's existence, one crucial, CRUCIAL element has been missing. You know it deep down, even if you aren't aware of it. However, the fact remains that there has been not even a skirting REFERENCE to the majestic Cliff Wampa animals.


    Why, you ask, should we be so concerned about the lack of Cliff Wampas in The Clone Wars?

    1) They live in CLIFFS. CLIFFS. not SNOW. CLIFFS.
    2) They are brown. Wampas are white. Cliff Wampas are BROWN.
    3) Despite how slow it moves, it will always brutally kill you. Just look at those poor stormtroopers. They never stood a chance.
    4) Cliff Wampa Zoology is a major study in the GFFA.

    So, there you have it.

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  2. JackG Jedi Grand Master

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  3. Seerow Manager Emeritus

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