It's been a running joke since the Star Wars Rebels that actions Chopper took during the formative days of the Rebellion count as war crimes. Chopper was an infiltrator and saboteur of Imperial Cruisers and Star Destroyers, racking up tens of thousands of kills from crashing those ships. He also blew up the sewers of Lothal and routinely used his arms to bash and/or electrocute droids and organic beings, in order to incapacitate or destroy them. There are entire videos compiling the violence Chopper has done – as well as a humorous fan campaign to see him tried for his "crimes."
I agree with you, he cannot be that stupid as to dismiss the threat as a 'fairy tale.' therefore we must conclude that he has Imperial sympathies.It's just I doubt he was ignorant, but rather he's an imperial loyalist and under orders to clear the smoke so that the natives stay ignorant.
I don't get what her "personal gain" would be from this? Finding Ezra, yes, but that's not really a personal gain, and it also assumes that what she has been claiming is actually correct. But as you say, no monetary gain, unlike him, and she only gets kudos, praise and honour, if she is correct, so it's a big risk for her to take, not a forgone conclusion."I'll tell you what I see. I see a General who abuses her authority for personal gain and I will not stand for it.
Maybe not the scenery! It looks like a slate quarry of the kind that we used to see on Doctor Who and Blakes Seven on a weekly basis, but yes the production values are high.Again, this show looks amazing. The scenery.....
I agree. He acts as if he has some great over-reaching plan that he isn't sharing because only he can understand the complexity of it, yet he chops and changes his orders as if they aren't really important. Is losing a battle important to the success of his great plan? Otherwise, why send his troops out just to lose? If he is making them time waste so that he can get his ship finished, surely there are much better ways to achieve that? They could have continued to let Ahsoka hide in the asteroids for starters!The one thing that still annoys me is Thrawn's constant blowing hot and cold:
"I don't care if Ezra and co. are killed or stranded here forever." but "Let's go after them!"
"I don't wanna waste resources." but "Let's send fighters after Ahsoka, let's send gunships to help Baylan and Hati."
"Let us allow Ahsoka to choose her course of action so we may better follow her." but "Quick! Fire on her position to flush her out!"
Yes, I can see that Macbeth thing now that you mention it. Except that there are always three witches in these things. For the same reasons that there are three psychics in Minority Report. There were three witches even before Shakespeare's Weird Sisters - the Fates - the Moirai of Greek myth or Parcae in the Roman version. This article even says it accounts for the reason there are three women in girl pop bands - The Magic Number: Why Witches Come in ThreesAesthetically you have the blasted heath, the three witches, and the medieval costume designs of Baylan and Shin — also very reminiscent of the Hospitalier/Templar look.
This is the symbolism that somehow escapes my attention. I never read Macbeth, but I understand witches to point, because they are part of the Finnish Mythos as well. But we don't have three witches in Kalevala. I can understand that people see Great Mother's as the Fates, because they keep mumbling about the destiny and so on. However, maybe my problem is that in Dathomir, there was only one Mother, not three.Yes, I can see that Macbeth thing now that you mention it. Except that there are always three witches in these things. For the same reasons that there are three psychics in Minority Report. There were three witches even before Shakespeare's Weird Sisters - the Fates - the Moirai of Greek myth or Parcae in the Roman version. This article even says it accounts for the reason there are three women in girl pop bands - The Magic Number: Why Witches Come in Threes
You could see it that way, but I doubt that's the case. She just have been given marching orders, and Baylon doesn't want her to stay on the planet. Her destiny lies in the original galaxy.Has Shin been betrayed by her master?
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