Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by Darkskar95, Feb 25, 2013.
Grievious pussied out when Asajj has the upper hand. xD
Do you think he will get more jedi kills in the next season?
He pussied out when Asajj had the upper hand. I loled at that scene. xD ''Kill her!''
So? Ahsoka "pussied out" when Grievous had the upper hand. Obi-Won "pussied out" when Grievous had the upper hand. Hell, Asajj "pussied out" mere seconds later when Grievous got the upper hand. All's fair in love and war.
And I don't recall Grievous ever agreeing to any kind of dueling etiquette.
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Why? Why does he need to kill 'more' Jedi? Why did he have to kill any Jedi in the first place? In ROTS, when we first meet Grievous, he is simply referred to as the Droid General. That is it.
The micro series made a huuuuge mistake by hyping him up to such a ridiculous degree, but as always, the creators were just having fun and earning a paycheck. They probably never gave it a second thought (thus the utterly ridiculous looking aliens in it) and never expected certain SW fans to take it so freaking seriously.
Grievous is crap at melee combat. He is a general for droids. That is it.
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Well considering in TCW Grievious says his only motivation for fighting is to see Jedi die he should get more then 1 Jedi kill. Even in ROTS he's got a **** load of sabers... Grievous should get more jedi kills
He has, from the very beginning, been portrayed as a Jedi-killer. All those lightsabers are trophies from slain Jedi.
Actually bro, In the ROTS commentary They say Grievous is 20% Organic and 80% Machine.
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Secondly, I was not aware of that exact percentage. I'll keep that in mind for the future. But my point still stands that he's more robot than organic.
Actually the CW creators consulted Lucas on what kind of villain Grievous was supposed to be; from what I understand he kept changing his mind about him being a mustache-twirling villain who runs away and a badass Jedi killer. I don't really blame them for going with the latter. Plus this was while RotS was still being made, it's not like they were really going against any official depiction.
You mean 20% human ?
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Actually, Darkskar/DarkSyde, Grievous is Kaleesh. Not human.
Edit: Never mind... a bit mean lol
The Worst ones:
1. Darth Maul
Ok first of all, I love Maul in the movie, but I don't love his return here. To this day, I still don't understand how the heck he is still alive. His anger and power to the dark side kept him alive, um yeah andddd? He was cut in half, it's not like he could do much to move around. Now Savage fans, I love Savage. Which is also part of the problem I dislike Maul. The moment Darth Maul comes into play, Savage becomes like a secondary, I wish he was actually a more main villain instead of Maul stealing his spotlight. That's why I wasn't much of a fan of the events of Mandalore, because my head still doesn't get maul being alive, I wish Sidious would have kept Savage instead but oh well.
In the end, I don't think I hate any particular character, I just wish Maul had a different development.
Jar Jar is ok, and his interaction with Grievous was pretty cool for me. Ahsoka is nice, I love Ventress.
I hate Tarkin, but that's the idea of the character I suppose.
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The very notion of a sole non Force user taking on a fully trained and alert to the danger Jedi is utter nonsense. It didn't work with Jango vs Obi Wan, when Obi sent him running (but it was a fun fight true, but even that was catering to Fett fanboys. Jango should never have lasted that long) and it certainly didn't work with Grievous. Heck, Jango at least tried to use weapons and tactics which would be advantageous against a Jedi. Grievous went full stupid and went against a Jedi Master using Lightsabers.
In fact, I think maybe Lucas and Co. were trying to make a point with that fight. Aka showing why Jedi are so feared by criminal scum.