Are you bringing back Mandolorian MegaCroc? Early on in the Rebels they showed Ezra communicating with 'SpaceWolves,' just like many Force Users do, like for example young Kenobi. Thing is, he also did the same thing with the Purgill and forged a friendship.If the Star Whales were not integral to the whole season's plot, then I would have yawned, "more Star Wars megafauna!"
Yes, among other things - the RotJ Sarlacc and Phantom Menace Opee Sea Killer are included too. My problem is how do these creatures survive? How do they get enough food? It's an argument more on an ecological level than one against Disney+Are you bringing back Mandolorian MegaCroc?
That's good to know then.when you see megafauna in Filoni's pieces, they all have a meaning,
Is the Loth-cat Force Sensitive in Rebels? Does Sabine's have a more important role than as a pet? If so, why has she left it behind?Early on in the Rebels they showed Ezra communicating with 'SpaceWolves,'
Mostly they are just cats and although Sabine could have brought one, it would have distracted the audience like it does that to you. It's better that they stay in Lothal, and we get on with the story.Is the Loth-cat Force Sensitive in Rebels? Does Sabine's have a more important role than as a pet? If so, why has she left it behind?
She has a picture of it on her flight helmet! She has pictures of it all over her old sleeping quarters aboard the T-6 Jedi Shuttle! When we were lead to believe that she might have died, they showed Loth-cats in a savannah in conversation (presumable to make a point that something monumental had occurred)!it would have distracted the audience like it does that to you.
Let me put it this way. A lot of guys goes to military deployments, they carry pictures. These days on the mobiles. That part of the culture never made it to SW universe. But for Sabine, the cats are her way of expressing herself. She can't have them everywhere she goes, so they come with her in her art pieces. Honestly, I'm surprised that no new tags have been found in the ship, because she cannot turn that side of her off.If it wasn't a plot point of any importance/significance, and only a 'distraction' then why show those things? More was made of the picture on the flight helmet, than of the Beskar helmet hidden under her desk.
Yes and no. No because they give character to Sabina as a cat lady.So, these are simply Easter Eggs to indulge fans of Rebels, and to show her strong connection with Ezra, who apparently also loved Loth-cats (which one wouldn't otherwise understand)?
I liked -perhaps loved?- the lightsaber training scene
And the design of the training droid itself was stupid...
I want SW to move past all this and finally explore some new things, new dynamics that have no relationship whatsoever to the galaxywide stakes
Give me a show with a lone Jedi wandering the galaxy in samurai garb and fixing 'little people's problems' with a tiny subplot involving the study of the Force and the ancient history of Jedi/Sith faiths, and maybe tie it to that Jedi learning something about themselves, and you'll have me. I don't need anything more than that. In fact, anything more than that is fated to bore me.
I agree. I love sw but I think it’d be nice to let it lie fallow for a few years. Part of the problem is that when Disney bought the rights they took the position that there would be Star Wars beyond our own deaths as it was an unlimited canvas. But they have to get their ducks in a row and so I think the focus on all sw content has been to link the prequels, OT and sequels to each other.starwarsfatigue is coming. Not because it's too much Star Wars. But because it's too much of the same Star Wars.
This is OT but to do that, would you not need to go much further back, to even long before The Phantom Menace, to a time when the Jedi were peacekeepers? I'm not sure people are ready for prequel prequels yet.Give me a show with a lone Jedi wandering the galaxy in samurai garb and fixing 'little people's problems' with a tiny subplot involving the study of the Force and the ancient history of Jedi/Sith faiths, and maybe tie it to that Jedi learning something about themselves, and you'll have me. I don't need anything more than that.
I hadn't realised that was a position they had taken, but it seems that is what they are doing.I think the focus on all sw content has been to link the prequels, OT and sequels to each other.
I did, just once or twice on Cartoon Network. My problem (and I expect that the same is true for others with Rebels) was that it was very child orientated. I watched it with my son, but even he was too old for it, and he was of The Phantom Menace generation too, so it was probably written for him.did you ever see the Tartovsky clone wars animation? I
I agree, but wait... A tedious third rewatch? The show opened a week ago, I don't know how, but more importantly why, people would already have watched this more than once. Watching the same movie or show three times in the space of a week would feel tedious to me, regardless of its quality. Unless it was my favorite movie of all time... maybe.It’s great isn’t it. And the use of bokken sticks was probably a direct reference to her training in Rebels. The problem I have with it (and this series so far) is in rewatch. This series has so far had so many ponderous slow scenes, moody, dialogue absent, and so on and it makes for a tedious third rewatch: I’ve only watched the opening of the temple for the eye of Sion once because it’s so unnecessarily wrong: do we need to see her open all three pillars???
I don't think the problem is fans.I want both. Problem is fans. Look what they said about Rian Johnson’s TLJ.
You’ve kind of described the Mandalorian there. It’s diverted from the purity of that story now in season 3 but… did you see any of the Visions episodes with ronin kind of Jedi etc?
Dave said:This is OT but to do that, would you not need to go much further back, to even long before The Phantom Menace, to a time when the Jedi were peacekeepers?
Surely, that "Jedi protocol" was a joke on Prof Huyang as she switched him off. I don't believe she really meant it, but he had used that same phrase several times earlier. Her jokes are certainly said with a very straight face, which makes it hard to tell if she is joking.Ahsoka's all "Yeah, but Jedi were flawed and they failed." one minute and all "Do this, it's standard Jedi protocol" the next.
FYI,I don't know what TCW or Ronin Jedi or LFL are. (LFL I'm guessing starts Lucas Films).
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