Discussion in 'Television' started by StarWarsFan91, May 1, 2012.
I would lose it if Ahsoka or any other Jedi killed Maul. Obi would have to be he one to kill him.
I'll be irritated if anyone but Obi-Wan kills Maul, and I'll be especially irritated if Mary Shoka gets the privilege.
Ashoka is way too 'special' for her own good.
Palpatine should do it. And not Sidious, either. Palpatine.
Because we all know they're different characters, right? Yeah.
I could see that happening to make Palpatine look like a hero.
But Obi-Wan got screwed so badly by Maul's return that the show owes him. Just my take.
I thought Obi-Wan was knighted because he defeated Darth Maul...so technically Obi-Wan would now be knighted on negligible terms.
Obi-Wan deserves to kill him.
I can see the headlines now: KENOBI BOOTED FROM JEDI COUNCIL FOR FALSIFYING RESUME
Yeah...and Ahsoka can kill Maul and she can take Kenobi as a Padawan.
Lost his Knight status Obi-Wan has,how embarrassing,how embarrassing.
With regards to Grievous and Almec, since those are the only examples you gave I know anything about, it's entirely possible they're lying or otherwise wrong. People say things that aren't true. You don't need a new retcon every time something new is said, not every narrator is reliable. It happens in many, if not most, stories.
Yes, I believe it's been suggested that Grievous' memory is... inaccurate.
Almec, on the other hand, is just a ****.
I understand that, and the concept that anyone can say anything is a perfect out that was not only latched onto by fans of the pre-existing stories, but was vindicated in the New Battlefronts visual guide.
However, I feel as though TCW's limited time and format often forces us as viewers to take most character statements, specifically those that would most often qualify as exposition, at face value. Lucas, as confirmed by Dave Filoni's behind-the-scenes commentary, really doesn't consider Jango Fett to be a Mandalorian and it appears as if Almec's statement was intended to convey that to us. After Jason Fry took the time to establish a working compromise, benefiting those with previous knowledge of Jango's history without invalidating the face value statement for those familiar only with the show, I don't want that trashed with some other offhand, and frankly unnecessary, comment.
I don't go by GL interviews for my personal canon, just what's on the screen. I understand why some do.
I just don't think every offhand comment necessitates an explanation.
I lost all faith on the show before it was even annouced. Am I part of the gang now, bros?
Dammit, I just used the perfect "Welcome to LACWAC" picture yesterday.
I had faith when I saw the first ever trailer, lost faith with a burning white hot hatred after seeing the movie, regained faith sometime around earlier Season 2, lost interest in Season 4, and finally almost completely lost faith when Maul was announced.
I'd watch the show more often if it hadn't been moved to a time slot during which someone else wants the TV.
For the show's sake, I hope they moved to another day like Thursday. I can almost never watch live.
I just started watching halfway through S3. Watching S1 all at once, with many episodes back-to-back, made it seem better at the time than I eventually came to see it. I think each successive season has improved upon the last, but I wasn't into the show and waiting for a new episode every week between Sphere of Influence and Pursuit of Peace, which probably would have sucked, even though I like most of those episodes. Still would have been a clearer letdown than part of watching two and a half seasons all at once. So I never went through a period of waiting for it, having no idea what it would be like, relying on trailers. Also, I watched the film after catching up on all the episodes, and I thought the film was really bad the first time I watched it.