So why is that they can't get their sh*t together and publish the details when it comes available. The biggest things, No Title, No mini synopsis. And then they added on top of that, no freaking thumbnail. What the hell is going on because it can't be the secrecy surrounding the episodes, it is in my eyes a production failure that comes up in Disney+ more often they it should. Once is a mistake, repeated week-after-week is a major ef up.
And not just any member of the species. It's that guy Zeb from Rebels.ctg said:first live-action member of Lasat species...
A fine nod to a fine gentleman.The High Magistrate brought up the past in his speech, and declared: "I, Magistrate Greef Karga... High Magistrate hereby cede all land from the Western Lava Flats to Bulloch Canyon to the fine people of Mandalore."
Yes. It can mean any number of things:What does the end scene revelation means?
I've got confirmation from a couple of sources that it was indeed Zeb. But my mind cannot comprehend him in the x-wing or y-wing cockpit. I would have expect him to stay as a ground pounder and not as a pilot.And not just any member of the species. It's that guy Zeb from Rebels.
Well we have Hondo. There's no need for other ones if Dave Filoni allows him into Jon's show.Also, the Pirate chief character - let's call him Greenbeard - who has to be the single most laughable, least threatening villain in all of Star Wars; a physical, live-action character with a ridiculous, puppet-operated mouth. Just... what? Ever single one of his pirate underlings was more threatening and could have done a better job. He could have been a human character, or at least a sinister-looking alien. He could have had a proper motivation. Instead, just a pointless rip off of the Davy Jones character from Pirates of the Caribbean.
Hondo Ohnaka was a male Weequay pirate and outlaw whose varied exploits garnered him notoriety and infamy throughout the galaxy. Over the course of Ohnaka's storied and decades-long career as the head of self-styled operations such as the Ohnaka Gang and Ohnaka Transport Solutions, he often became intertwined with the conflicts of his time. Although primarily self-serving, he provided crucial aid and assistance to his allies in the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars, the Alliance to Restore the Republic during the Galactic Civil War, and the Resistance during the First Order-Resistance War. In addition to his prolific escapades, Ohnaka authored several books and inspired many outlaws to follow in his footsteps.
Well, she is a princess. That is for sure, but politician... I doubt that, and I honestly don't think she's good material. In the previous seasons, Armourer sent Din to do somewhat impossible missions, like taking a dip in the mines or that play with the dark sabre. And now she's going against the grain even though Bo was already adapting to the tribe. She's not a good leader, but she keeps the Children of the Watch together.The fact that Bo Katan (a politician not especially noted for her piety) has seen the Mythosaur also makes this course more acceptable to the Armorer's beliefs. And Bo Katan will be more convincing to secular Mandos if she doesn't follow the way of the sect.
I, too, am drawn to Bo Katan, but possible more because Katee Sackhoff is suh-weeeeeeeeeeet!Thank you to those who are posting insights here. I enjoyed the episode, for sure. And it leaves a lot of questions that need to be dealt with. I find myself drawn to Bo Katan, someone trying to do the best she can with what she has available.
I liked the ship, too. It was like he stole an old model Star Destroyer and painted it in pirate stripes. A Star Destroyer floating over a city is a great look (provided you can ignore the ridiculous physics connotations).
A good look on Shard's dedicated pirate vessel. I agree that is a very interesting ship, that the Pirate Nation is most probably putting together to exploit Outer Rim systems. And it makes me wonder what else they might have been producing, because it is the dedicated part that's most intriguing in this whole scheme things.
The reason is that we are mostly making exploration, commercial, military or pleasure boats. The pirate vessel is a second thought, even though with system's wide coalition of Pirate Worlds is plausible in the Star Wars. And in their case they are not reusing military or commercial vessels for such activity, but actually purposely built crafts.
In the history, there are a very few notions of such things. Most of them are in the games, and very few of them are purposely built for the piracy activities. Which itself opens a can of goodies, if you are a ship designer and can think outside the box, because you can do so many things. Maybe even include drop pods and specially designed breaching vessels for specific tasks. Some of them cross the activities with the military class, because the activities are the same, but the end result is quite different.
Easily so, but yes, this had everything.Aaaaand this was the best episode of the season so far.
That was the only problem. It was worse than that, because after his trip to Coruscant, he then went to find the Mandalorians. They had a meeting and then they went to the Outer Rim to free Nevarro, and during all of this travel time, the colony still hadn't surrendered under the intense bombardment from the Pirates.Star Wars is effectively around the size of Manchester as Toby put it for the Cpt Teva to make the trip to the capital in his X-Wing.
Yes, he should have insisted on a battered old R2 unit with a restraining bolt instead.R5, the traitor.
What does the end scene revelation means?
I think your D/ is most likely, but any are possible. Good suggestions.Yes. It can mean any number of things:
They are not stupid, and they know that the last tribe location was so dangerous for losing people to the big birds and megacrocs. Nevarro is what they know, the Mandalore however is a bit unknown. And the High Magistrate keeps them in jobs, and whatever else they might need, as long as they stay in to do the security business.How come the Creed would have to relocate when Teva discovered their location, but that they can live on Nevarro where, presumably, everyone in the Galaxy now knows their location (and they are going to tell the few that don't)?
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