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Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by JEDY, Jun 24, 2005.

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  1. jedi_master_ousley

    jedi_master_ousley Manager Emeritus star 8 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    http://www.starwars.com/databank/character/aaylasecura/?id=bts

     
  2. Crazy_Old_Kermit

    Crazy_Old_Kermit Jedi Youngling star 1

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    Well, I have been known to make mistakes....from time to time.

    Thanks for clearing that up about Aayla, I did not know that!

    So, Aayla, Quinlan, and the name Coruscant? That's all Lucas has borrowed/not created himself?
     
  3. LukeGroundwalker

    LukeGroundwalker Jedi Master star 3

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    Quilan was in Episode I, and yes Coruscant was in the EU, way before the Prequals.
     
  4. DarmokTheGreen

    DarmokTheGreen Jedi Youngling

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    So there was an Aayla Secura before there was a Kit Fisto?
     
  5. LukeGroundwalker

    LukeGroundwalker Jedi Master star 3

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  6. Crazy_Old_Kermit

    Crazy_Old_Kermit Jedi Youngling star 1

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    From having the comics turn a TPM extra into a major character, Lucas using the name of a planet in a book (that he allowed to be written), and having a comic character seen in two movies for no more than 20 seconds, I really don't think Lucas has that much interest in the EU when it comes to borrowing their ideas. With the acception of Aayla, I'd say Lucas has never "listened" to the EU. I mean, he said it was alright for Zahn to write a book about the planet Coruscant and his own comics company wrote about a character he had as an extra in his own movie.
     
  7. joeypstyle

    joeypstyle Jedi Youngling star 1

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    yo wasnt yaddle suppose to be ROTS crying over some dead jedi? i swear i read that at IGN.com, but ya know, it couldve been a joke.


    yaddle is a joke
     
  8. WitchKing66

    WitchKing66 Jedi Padawan star 4

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    i dont know if u guys know this but the imperial capital (named originally HAD ABBADON and than later on Coruscant by Zahn) is a direct copy to the planet Trantor in the Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov;

    this is a fact not guessing out of the blue

     
  9. LukeGroundwalker

    LukeGroundwalker Jedi Master star 3

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    Yah, what's your point?
     
  10. WitchKing66

    WitchKing66 Jedi Padawan star 4

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    what is the point of sharing knowledge? is that what u r asking


     
  11. Crazy_Old_Kermit

    Crazy_Old_Kermit Jedi Youngling star 1

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    "i dont know if u guys know this but the imperial capital (named originally HAD ABBADON and than later on Coruscant by Zahn) is a direct copy to the planet Trantor in the Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov;

    this is a fact not guessing out of the blue"

    Wait, what's up with this? What's the Foundation Trilogy?
     
  12. WitchKing66

    WitchKing66 Jedi Padawan star 4

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    it is very very good book written by Isaac Asimov, the Grand Master of Sci-fi in the 1950s,
    i would really recommand u to read the Foundation Trilogy

    it is about the fall of a Galactic Empire (exact words for the novel) which its capital happens to be Trantor (a entire city covering the whole planet)

    in the noval the Galactic Empire was such a clossus that its fall took more than centuary so that story starts there ....
    anyways i really dont want to ruin the story for you if u ever read it, but it is one of the best sci-fi books. when u read the book u will find yrself very interigued by the suspense and the suprising event that will happen throughout the three books

    there trilogy is called

    1) Foundation
    2) Foundation and Empire
    3) Second Foundation


    Sir Isaac Asimov's Foundation/Robotics Seris, Frank Herbert' Dune Sixology and JRR Tolkein's books are really the cream of the cream

     
  13. Strilo

    Strilo Manager Emeritus star 8 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    Now now let's be nice. Let's get back on the topic of Yaddle...
     
  14. Master_Yoder

    Master_Yoder Jedi Youngling star 1

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    woah......
    [image=http://www.rabittooth.com/800x600StarWarsWallpapers/YaddleWallpaper.jpg]
     
  15. Crazy_Old_Kermit

    Crazy_Old_Kermit Jedi Youngling star 1

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    haha, it looks so scary with that hair

    for some reason it reminds me of Warrick Davis in Leprechaun or maybe the movie Troll
     
  16. LukeGroundwalker

    LukeGroundwalker Jedi Master star 3

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    It would of been cool to see her in action.
     
  17. JEDY

    JEDY Jedi Knight star 5

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    It would of been cool to see her in action . finally a response based on the question but5 i am glad we talked about yaddle, i've learned well .
     
  18. The-D

    The-D Jedi Master star 4

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    Anyone know what lightsaber form she used?

    I would assume Form IV as with Yoda, but per the man himself, "Size matters not", so with that in place, it is possible for her to have mastered any of these forms.
     
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