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  • #63469
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    Matt Martin at Lucasfilm tweeted the other day.

    Got a list of close to 500 items that need to get added or updated on the http://StarWars.com databank. Anything you want to see added?

    I responded TheCloneWars legacy material included in the chronological order list would make a nice addition.

    Today he tweeted back I got the list updated for you guys.

    http://www.starwars.com/news/star-wars-the-clone-wars-chronological-episodeorder

    Interesting that Son of Dathomir falls in the middle of Dark Disciple.

    #63472
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    Not a surprise, they said Dark Disciple was 8 episodes and we can assume they weren’t going to waste 1/3 of a season on one story so 4 episodes for season 7 and 4 episodes for season 8.

    #63473
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    I’d imagine there’s a time gap in the novel where it picks up at a later date

    #63478
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    So they kept the Clovis arc in the same place it was released, not where it was meant to be.

    #63489
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    Was Utapau supposed to be season 7 primere? I thought it was Bad Batch according to wookiepedia but I’m not sure

    #63502
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    I’ll have to add all that to the list on this site.

    #64099
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    Just watched the Maul-Ventress arc from Season 4. Ventress is a bae.

    #64104
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    bae means poop in Danish 😆

    #64106
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    OMG 😆 Whoops! 😆

    #64108
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    But I’m gonna assume that isn’t what you meant 😛

    #64111
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    No, bae is some silly term on social media referring to someone you like. 🙂 😆

    #64117
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    Yeah I know, I just never really got why you don’t just write babe. It’s just one extra letter 😛 Unless you’re at 141 characters on Twitter I guess 😉

    #64719
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    The order is flawed for sure, Yoda arc can’t be before Son of Dathomir and not Dark Disciple as well I guess.

    In Son of Dathomir Windu mentions that Dooku might have been the Sith Lord they where looking for the entire time yet what the Jedi find in the Yoda arc contradicts that a lot. Also I don’t think any thing about the Yoda arc is mentioned in Dark Disciple, they just say Dooku is behind the war but they don’t mention he created the army or anything. The Jedi know too much after the Yoda arc as well for it to be so far before episode 3, the arc gives them real reason to hurry up a find Sidious like ther where doing in Episode 3, I mean seems a lot more important then trying to assassinate Dooku… They would know after the Yoda arc that wouldn’t accomplish very much…

    #64720
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    Didn’t Yoda keep everything a secret, though? He kind of accepted the loss of the Order.

    #64722
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    That doesn’t really matter though everything else that happened, the entire council was on edge and there was more important things then just Dooku and before in TCW they where never really trying to find the Sith Lord where as in Episode 3 they where actively searching, they where searching for him right before Episode 3 in “Labyrinth of Evil” and I say it’s fair to use that as a source right now since TCW was made in a time when the EU was canon and DF respects the EU.

    Yoda arc would have probably been like end of season 7 or mid season 8 for sure IMO.

    #64749
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    I agree. The Yoda arc seems like a very final arc (not the show finale, but at least very close to the end) because of all the revelations including the Skywalker one.

    But. Didn’t Tom Kane say he voiced it for Season 6, before the show was even cancelled?

    #64750
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    I’m pretty sure they made the Yoda arc from almost scratch for the bonus content to have the show end on that. As I understand they could have A) Finished multiples other arcs that had much progress in them to completion like Utapau and Bounty arc or B) Make the Yoda arc, also I think it shows in the Yoda arc that they used all the remaining budget just to make that since there’s some things that they had to cut out and use older models.

    #64751
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    I have to agree too. I find it hard to believe that after what happened with Tup and Fives, learning that Dooku is Tyranus and then Yoda seeing what’s to come that they’d all sit on their butts and not take action. A Sith was involved in the creation of the Republic’s army, that’s kind of a big deal! Realistically they should immediately go to the LiMerge Building. It may have been a vision, but why did it show Sidious and at this place in particular? Go find out. Sidious also (stupidly) identified himself (meaning they should have realised Dooku was telling the truth in AOTC) so why would, in SOD, Mace Windu say that Dooku is the master and Maul is the apprentice? Makes no sense. Unless Yoda didn’t mention that part which makes no sense either.

    #64752
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    Idk the prequel Jedi are probably the worst set of Jedi in Star Wars, they really have no common sense. How do I say this… Umm the developers a large part by GL in the prequels as well made it so everything just had to flow together with no real conflict against it, like logical questions and reasoning could foil most of Palpatines plan especially when they’re gaining more and more evidence all the time. Also the Sepratists have these weird plot lines sometimes… Like what would the Blue Shadow Virus actually accomplish?

    I don’t really like it much that he identified himself to Yoda, that was a stupid plan.

    #64754
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    But *did* he actually identify himself?
    I mean, he was a guy in a hood and a red lightsaber. Lots of Sith look like that. Plus, when Yoda removed his hood, they was nothing underneath. Yoda could’ve just thought that it was another odd vision.
    If he didn’t actually identify himself, then it would’ve made sense for the Jedi to begin grasping at straws such as Mace saying Dooku is the Master and Maul is the apprentice.

    As for going to the LiMerge building, I agree. Unless Yoda figured that defeating the Sith like that wouldn’t fix the problems of the Jedi Order. Because, as he said in the end of the arc, he was not looking for victory in the war, but victory for all time.

    #64756
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    Yes he confirmed there was a higher sith all along they didn’t know that before

    #64757
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    Sidious does indeed identify himself to Yoda in the Dagonah cave. They knew the Sith names of Maul and Dooku by that point as well. About Sidious’ choice of attire, none of the dark side users in this era wore just dark hooded robes (except for Maul but only in Episode 1).

    As for Yoda’s “words of wisdom” at the end, wouldn’t trying to stop the Clone Wars ASAP do more to help bring a more long-term victory against the Sith into fruition than letting everything go to crap? I certainly think so.

    #64758
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    Oh yah, forgot about him saying “Sidious” in the caves. oops.

    Perhaps, but getting rid of the plagued Jedi Order means they can start anew.

    #64787
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    So just let all his closest friends and the children die? That makes him a jerk.

    #64792
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    Perhaps he never thought that Sidious would have such an effective way of eliminating the Order. Maybe Yoda had started meditating on immortality rather than winning the war, and then Order 66 caught it all off-guard.

    #64795
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    We really don’t know what Yoda chose to believe in his vision on Dagobah and Morraband. I always go back to his line “Always in motion, is the future and many possible futures, there are.”

    #64811
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    Except the future he saw in his visions played out almost exactly like they do in Episode 3. He should have been able to catch on to something.

    #64812
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    And meditating rather than trying to win isn’t proactive at all.

    #64814
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    Yeah… odd. Then it goes to what Banshee said.

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