Some one else who liked Master Di? He's one of my favorite one shots as well. He fit my expectation of a Jedi's demeanor and attitude perfectly. The guy was a total hero willing to sacrifice everything just to make sure the Twi'lik's escaped. I wonder if it would have weakened "Supply Lines" had Di lived. He would have been a great, reoccurring Jedi OC. Krell was a cool character as well, he wasn't complex, just didn't have to be. He existed almost entirely to be as mean as hell to the clones to drive them to dissension because otherwise they'd walk through razor wire content to follow orders. His logic was to survive the slaughter he is sensing in his visions. But he was still a Jedi who had become jaded by the war, disenfranchised with the Jedi order, and a bigot. That's pretty interesting. Miraj should count. Rewatched the Slave arc last night. What a complex character she is. Its so totally messed up when the Twi'lik slave commits suicide and she has pretty much no reaction. Her belief in the legitimacy of slavery is brutal. Yet she sticks to this belief. She calls into the question the service of the Jedi in the republic. Her death is sad one, pretty much having become a slave to Dooku. My favorite one shot remains Cut Lawquane. I have a soft spot for dad characters but more than that he is I feel one of the most complex and interesting characters in all of TCW. I love his optimism. He reminds me of ex-soldiers I know personally, even within my own family. He is the real 'not just another number'. He wanted better than to be slaughtered in a war he was created for. So, Cut ran. He loves his adopted family, he proves in the ultimate way how he'd go back to war for them and lay down his life in an instant to protect them by about doing just that. But Cut remains guilty about what he did. He left a big impression on Rex and changed his definition of a good soldier. I'm confident that Rex's speech to Dogma about being a good soldier and thinking for ones self, was really thinking back to his time with Cut.