There's Filoni's movie coming called, the Heir of the Empire. I'm certain that he's going to feature in the Mandalorian as well.Honestly surprised by the ending. I'm trying to work if this means we'll see the defeat of Thrawn in a later series, or if it means Thrawn did in fact become part of the First Order (or maybe the Sith fleet).
ctg said:What I don't get is why they didn't commit to the slicing business when the lightsabres can cut through anything? Doesn't the House of Mickey want to show chopped off heads and limps in the small screen?
I haven't seen this episode yet (I hadn't realised it was the final episode, I thought there'd be 10, and whatever happens in it, it cannot end here???)Star Wars was always for 8-year-olds, yes. But it used to be for people 8 year old and above. I discovered the original Star Wars trilogy with my father in 1993, after he brought the VHS home one afternoon. He was roughly the age I'm now. He loved every minute of it.
No, it didn't come out of nowhere. The Mortis Arc is more prominent than it has ever been, but like you said, unless you know or have been told about it, you don't know about it. So don't worry about it, you can watch the episode and imagine that Baylon is doing something meaningful, and the Dathomerian's were totally weird with the landscape architecture.Everything and everyone in this show is vapid. Nothing is exciting. The only bones Filoni will throw at his audience will only matter if you know TCW and Rebels by heart, or have a SW encyclopedia handy. I mean, I've seen the Mortis Arc and I didn't even recognize the Father and Son in the statues at the end (thanks @ctg for pointing it out!). This just comes out of nowhere, it isn't tied to anything else in the show's storyline. How are we supposed to care?
Yea, that is true in the light of the story. One which was crafted so that there would be a final fight and resolution on where the characters end. So he was forced to do stupid things. It was the story that forced him to do things, instead of being practical and just leaving the planet without much of the fuss. And it turned out that his ship was space worthy.Thrawn is not a brilliant tactician, he's dumb.
All I’d known about this, going in to it, was it was going to be one series. After the episode last week I found out about the Filoni film and people are talking about a season 2 (despite this being a one off, apparently).
What? There might not be a second season?
It doesn't end here. There's another season, and they are already talking about it because of this one's success.I haven't seen this episode yet (I hadn't realised it was the final episode, I thought there'd be 10, and whatever happens in it, it cannot end here???)
Maybe I'm weird or then maybe someone failed the creation process because the audience is mostly clueless on what is going on.
That is the story I want to see, because it brings the balance in the Force. Father is the balance, the Grey side I've been talking about for years and mostly to empty years. It is the expansion of the Force because it allows richer and a bit darker Force-related stories to be told, because the Balance is a very hard to achieve.At the end of the day it's anyone's guess. A newcomer to the SW universe will see a somewhat bad guy standing on a statue. A SW fan will recognize the Father and the Son. But so what? What is the purpose beyond a vacuous reference to another, better show?
That is the story I want to see, because it brings the balance in the Force. Father is the balance, the Grey side I've been talking about for years and mostly to empty years. It is the expansion of the Force because it allows richer and a bit darker Force-related stories to be told, because the Balance is a very hard to achieve.
A lot of people got the zombie slicing thing and were offed about it. We have been complaining that some of this stuff isn't really mature enough, even though the House of Mickey produced Andor. The people like that sort of stuff because it doesn't involve the Space Wizards in the play.But if Baylan finds or doesn't find whatever he's looking for, well then... What? We do not know how this will change anything in his life or in the universe he inhabits.
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