Well I found something extraordinarily interesting that could spark a few plot bunnies... I've been reading Lord of Misrule: The Autobiography of Christopher Lee, and aside from the fact that it's a wonderful read and hilarious at times, Sir Christopher goes into detail about his experiences with significant films in his career. One which is relevant to this post, Attack of the Clones. So I thought I'd share this tidbit. He talks about his role as Count Dooku and a very interesting gem is mentioned by him that puts a new light on Dooku's character and his influence in the events of The Phantom Menace. He says, and I quote, "The Count is the most malignant, dangerous, and lethal force in the entire story, possibly the entire galaxy. As a disenchanted Jedi who quits the Republic to serve the Emperor, I am a good guy gone wrong, though I have already engineered the death of Liam Neeson in an episode I wasn't in." That is apparently what he was told or led to believe by Lucas. Dooku had Qui-Gon killed?! What do you think? Would this change anything, everything for you about Qui-Gon's demise as a writer? Yes, no? Why? Would you use it or not? Any bunnies nipping at you, I've got a few. Tapatalk Signature ---------- Use the light switch, Luke. Trust your feelings!