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This is a perfect addition to my Star Wars collection and cant wait for the mini series to come out on disc The DVD contains feature film lasting 20 minutes or so as. Du kannst Star Wars The Clone Wars und Rebels auf jcidinant.eu dir angucken, allerdings ist bei Rebels "erst" Staffel 4 Folge 9 auf Deutsch, ab Folge 10 ist es noch. Die actiongeladenen Abenteuer von Star Wars Rebels stehen in der epischen Tradition der legendären Star Wars Saga. Es sind dunkle Zeiten für die Galaxis.

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In der Zeit, in der die Serie „Star Wars Rebels“ spielt, herrscht das Imperium mit harter Hand über die Galaxie und jagt die letzten Jedi-Ritter. Währenddessen. Star Wars Rebels Season 3 Episode 7 Stream Secret Agency – Barely Lethal. We employ industry-standard security protocols (including bit, SSL data. Du kannst Star Wars The Clone Wars und Rebels auf jcidinant.eu dir angucken, allerdings ist bei Rebels "erst" Staffel 4 Folge 9 auf Deutsch, ab Folge 10 ist es noch. Eine exakte chronologische Reihenfolge aller Star Trek Serien und Star Wars Rebels -> Star Wars: Rogue One ->Star Wars - Episode IV. aus Hochglanz-Erotik und Phantastik werden von Terence Stamp („Die Fänger​, Star Wars Episode 1 – Die dunkle Bedrohung) oder David Bowie erzählt. Die actiongeladenen Abenteuer von Star Wars Rebels stehen in der epischen Tradition der legendären Star Wars Saga. Es sind dunkle Zeiten für die Galaxis. This is a perfect addition to my Star Wars collection and cant wait for the mini series to come out on disc The DVD contains feature film lasting 20 minutes or so as.

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It squares my eight-year-old self with today's version, and there's not many things that still strike a chord with me almost forty years later.

Maybe one day some guy will be playing Virtual Reality games and telling the new kids how he first got on board watching 'Rebels' Of course there where a lot of chapters more young-plot oriented but also a few more sad and hard episodes.

Childs uses to buy toys, so is the prior target but probably Rebels will have also some other targets. Just speculation but its the main sensation.

Rebelion Era or pre is my favourite one, and I have some spectatives on the series. Maybe I'm wrong but I have hope. Yeah, they've done a great job presenting the universe and bridging some of the continuity gaps in a serious manner while staying true to the original feel of the setting.

There's something for everyone, both in Edge and in Star Wars as a whole. Gargoyles and Young Justice are good examples of that, particularly as Gargoyles made many references to Shakespeare as well as having leading villains that were psychologically very complex individuals, with David Xanatos leading the pack due to his affable nature, not being a card-carrying maniac, and not being hung up on a single method for a plan to work, the point that he's perfectly fine if a larger objective got thwarted since he'd achieved one or more lesser objectives at the same time, to say nothing of the line "Revenge is a sucker's game.

Honestly, I think you're letting yourself succumb to a degree of "hipster elitism" in regards to the newer Star Wars material, in that the only good stuff came from before the Prequels and Star Wars re-entered the mainstream media consciousness.

That's your call to make, but I think you might wind up missing some pretty cool stuff as it comes out in the years to come.

After all, nobody including the director and creator thought Star Wars was going to be the big hit that it was back in Same theory with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who started out with Iron Man not one of Marvel's better known heroes by far and there was a lot of talk of this just being another forgettable comic book movie I am old enough to have seen IV in the theaters when it first came out, and I too am pleased by the continued interest in the setting.

In fact, I'm eagerly awaiting my nephew's first viewing! I agree. Much as it pains me, we all wouldn't be having this conversation without the prequels.

The story has to be moved forward and at times there will be good and at times there won't be good. I like some stories in Clone Wars, I disliked others.

Rebels dropped quite a bit in my eyes when they released the tagger girl character with a Mandalorian helmet, but again she isn't aimed at my demographic.

Simple fact is to continue the story it requires profit and that requires regular infusions of new product. I read a business article on GL that tempered my dislike of the way the story was being milked as it pointed out to defend the IP is a monumental litigious task and that requires money.

So a lot of GLs motivation in the article was for just protecting the IP. That will be something Disney will have to do as well moving forward. I don't think the characterization of fans who dislike The Clone Wars as "hipster elitists" is fair or even accurate.

I'm a huge Star Wars fan. I enjoyed the original movies, I enjoyed the prequels though Episode I is probably my least favorite and at least once a year I watch all six movies in a row.

I'm a member of the st Legion. I've read over a hundred Star Wars novels and own most of them in paperback.

Anderson, Michael P. Everything they wrote for Star Wars was categorically awful, and I need only mention Waru to make my point.

There's nothing wrong with targeting Star Wars material at kids. I was a very young child when I first saw the Star Wars trilogy and I was a fan for life.

Star Wars meets Goosebumps. But the thing is, the impression I got from The Clone Wars movie and subsequent TV series is that the people writing for the show either have no knowledge of or respect for the source material that they're supposed to be working from.

I have no reason to expect Rebels to be any different. Yeah, I know they put a Band-Aid on that one after the fan-outrage.

The demystification of the so-called Celestials as a dysfunctional family? Darth Maul is now alive again and half-mecha? Episode I's failure is probably a great example of the latter.

We'll never know how much better the Abeloth story line could have been without it being hamfisted into a plug for The Clone Wars.

It certainly couldn't have been much worse. So say what you will about how people who dislike low-quality, badly written Star Wars material are "hipster elitists," because from where I'm standing, a bunch of grown men vehemently defending a children's cartoon reminds me a lot more of bronyism than anything else.

And while Disney may project a "sweetness and light" public image which seems to be one of the major foundations of your dislike of the new Star Wars material based upon your posts.

And my unwillingness to watch Clone Wars stems less from 'hipster' reasons than the fact that a I dislike the cartoony look, it's too stylised for me, and b my elemental loathing of the prequels, and everything I want excised from the franchise clones, young Anakin, anime Jedi.

I missed Star Wars Galaxies, but by the sound of things, it would have been perfect for me. And even if I don't personally like something, I'm cheerfully admitting that I'm not the target audience, and anything that brings in more SW fans has to be a good thing.

Grew up with the original trilogy. Still the best Star Wars Battle for Hoth is favourite in all my movie watching history and I now enjoy the extended versions without feeling the added CGI has ruined anything.

Love the prequel trilogy as I like a story to start at the beginning always, not at Episode IV. As for the sequel trilogy, I'm certain I will enjoy them just as much.

It's Star Wars. I'm currently planning on getting The Clone Wars. Not because I think that they're going to be as good as the movies, but because I want to see what happens between episodes II and III.

Also thought it might give me some good ideas for missions and sub-plots in my RPG. I'm not even sure where to start, so I'll just skip ahead: TCW deserves no more or no less criticism than any of the other official audio-visual productions - preferring one trilogy over another because of [insert pathos induced opinion], boils down to some semi "hipster elitism" as Dono so nicely put it.

It's fair and accurate, and it's something we're all suffering from, whatever sort of purism we adhere to.

That's not to say it's necessarily a bad thing, it is from these things that stuff is produced and it is based on these types of discussions, email, surveys etc that the new Star Wars will be produced, to all the levels, or groups, of Star Wars fans.

GL worked closely with Filoni and most, if not all the stories got his stamp of approval. So criticising "those guys making up the stories" to have "no respect for the source material" is ludicrous.

GL is the source material. Whatever Karen Traviss, Aaron Allston may he rest in peace or anyone else has conjured, from Mandoism which was actually improved in some ways I think, they were given more depth, they went from an interesting, but quaint and quite one dimensional warrior focus, to have more ideological diversity , Space Cthulu idiocy and at best mediocrity the Abeloth story line was actually improved by the TCW tie-in, without it it would have just been utter crap, now it only remains crap.

Nothing of that is "source material", it is someone else's take on the universe and how they envision it, it served only to supply GL and Filoni with a starting point for the new stories.

One may not like the series or the new stories, I mean some of those stories weren't good, but overall I'd say that TCW has a better track record than the novels, I see Waru was mentioned also The strength of the franchise is its diversity, the many levels on which it functions and satisfies so many people across cultures, age and gender.

Yeah he passed away Thursday. Not a bad book but IMO as part of the X-Wing series it should have had a lot more starfighter action than it did.

Well, young lady, you have some growing up to do. I could have baby-sat you for a few years. One thing I'm learning from this and other similar threads is that "who likes what" in SW cuts across every personality and social boundary.

I find interesting agreements on GMing style, play intention, plot building; or maybe other threads that hint at politics, cultural background, age, etc; and then it all falls apart when it comes to "who likes what".

I was 14 when E4 came out. For me, it's the background, the depth of the universe behind the main characters, the visualization of worlds.

Except for E5, the dialog is terrible in the movies, and it's almost as bad in TCW sometimes I'm assuming Rebels will at least have that, so I plan to watch it.

I probably won't be as happy with it, since I doubt it will go as dark and edgy as TCW, but so be it.

Maelora put up the list, and I agree with her that the initial setup doesn't sound all that interesting to me. I have Dragon Magazine I saw Star Wars 13 times when it came out.

Remember when everyone would stand up cheer and clap when the Death Star was destroyed? And different strokes for different folks. Apparently small kids liked Jar Jar.

You don't see power creep anywhere. Few settings can really claim that. You don't see power creep in Star Wars? Between what Jedi, Sith, and Mandalorians among others have become, there has been a great deal of power creep in my eyes.

HappyDaze does make a point in terms of power creep in how things were presented. However, in the Clone Wars, Mandalorians effectively tore themselves apart, destroying whatever power or influence they might have had in the galaxy.

The Jedi were purged, leaving a small handful of very powerful individuals. If anything, as much as the power creep was there, the time period of Edge of the Empire has every one of those, including maybe even the Sith, as effectively nerfed.

The reason I include the Sith themselves simply has to do with the Rule of Two. I'm the same age as Maelora. For me, I enjoy all the films, and have become a big fan of the Clone Wars.

I do expect to watch Rebels, because of what I have seen in the strengths of most of the storytelling in TCW.

While I wasn't keen on Darth Maul's return, I think they handled it well, showing him to be far more than just a spinny-blade badass. While the Prequels weren't as good as the original trilogy, they still told the story of how the Empire came into being.

My brother dislikes the prequels intensely, but he has come to appreciate the Clone Wars, because the character development has Anakin's descent into the dark side far more believable.

Where this is for me now, is my 8 year old daughter. She has seen the Star Wars films, enjoying them a lot, but also likes the Clone Wars very much.

I want the next antagonist and threat to be fresh without just being some poorly veiled allegory of current events. It can be cute without looking like they bought some stuffed animals off the shelf of Toys R Us.

But it existed in the past as well, there could be say a different era picking people up and then running with a long term plot to control the timeline in a Lightside conspiracy.

Temporal Effects, run backwards as well as forwards in time. It's like the idea that if you could build a wormhole that allowed time travel backwards and forwards for as long as it exists down it's timeline, and say it exists for a thousand years, then people from any point of it's existence can meddle with time.

If there is one place that allows time travel, then if it happens in one place, it can happen again. In fact if you have say multiple points in the Galaxy that allow Time Travel, then if one gets destroyed, then time travellers from another point of time travel, can travel to the point of it's destruction and stop it from being destroyed.

Time Travel, is the Pandora's Box of Plots. It is all the evils you could ever face as an author in one horrible plot line as being the Pandora's Box of Plots.

Most of the time, unless it's say Doctor Who or such, then Time Travel can go screw itself with a coconut. It causes too many problems for an author.

Disney allowing time travel in canon is The Oedipus Complex of Stupidity for a setting. I mean, even Legends didn't get that Castratingly stupid, and just had Flow Walking.

And in fact, just having the Lothal Temple allow Flow Walking for an amateur would be far better. You look back to Ashoka's death, and find out she survived, and then you use the Flow Walking to find where she went in the Galaxy.

Then go looking for her, would be far better for Universal Plot Integrity. And I mean, even if you pull a Rowling and destroy all the Time Travel Machines at one point in the timeline, then the amount of shoddy and inferior cheap Flatpack Furniture Plotlines for Fanfics are like how many shadows there are on the night side of the Earth.

It's so short sighted, it's like they gouged their own eyes out before using that plotline. Time Travel is not a cheap toy to fix your plotlines, it's a Kriffing completed Death Star II with a full bomber wing of Sun Crushers, it's going to cause mass destruction and terror and no Jedi can stop the mad Dark Sider as captain of that Fracking pain in the Posterior of every sapient in setting.

One shot, or small little series of animated films, and maybe the MCU depending on whether they threw the Maternity Ward out with the bath water as well as with the MCU.

This is just And I can't continue without swearing, so I'll stop my rant at this point. But Disney? Whoever is running Disney Canon of Star Wars, is screwing up flying the Kessel run and is about to fly the whole setting right into a blackhole.

Legends for Life, Disney Canon can go take a long walk out of a short Airlock without a suit. AndrewJTalon said:.

There are parts of the Disney Canon I will keep, but yeah, my overall assessment is that they've really fouled things up. Hell, I'd take this guy as an antagonist over Kylo Ren any day: Okay then, here's a challenge kids: How do you integrate Darth Nadir into Star Wars in as non-cracktastic a way as possible?

Vaknuva Energized Protodermis Survivor, often edits posts. Since apparently it's ok to bring up plot points of TLJ, something I've been wanting to post since I saw the movie: What does it take to beat Snoke's personal ship?

Home One , at sufficient velocity. On that topic - The Resistence may have committed a Holocaust Tier war crime with that maneuver.

It's the only reason I can come up with to explain why we've never seen anyone else do that in all of canon. And it handily explains why the other Resistance Cells weren't going to help them when called.

Firefinder12 I post alot on phone. K9Thefirst1 said:. Firefinder12 said:. I can easy see it being one of those thing where even if you line everything up right JUST TO DO IT, in doing so you end up fucking up hyperspace for lightyears in that general direction.

Basically think of it as a cop stand off. Cops shots robber with a 50 cal with the bullet going through the robber body then through the wall behind the robber and keeps on going killing three hostages behind the wall and injuries several others You can call it the Holocaust electric bogaloo for all I care.

But it was damn beautiful way to die and take as many as you could with you Cause apparebtly luke dreaming of a simpler life is a thing.

JumperPrime Interdimensional Observer. JumperPrime said:. Perhaps hyperspace ramming is not a viable casaul tactic due to the needed mass of the "bullet" that is to be used?

I could be wrong though A Skywalker being a whiny bitch?

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