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Yeah- after all when she touched the dead Jedi Master she had his voice. How? Had to be through the touch, an empathic way of gleaming skills and information like speech and the like.

If that's so, then the bounty hunter's fight makes more sense. Ashoka's difficulty with her too is more believable. Even though Ashoka still taunts and all that. Kid will never stop running her yap Laughing


Well, I guess that makes more sense than any other explanation. I still think it's a bit far fetched, though. *shrugs*
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Yeah- after all when she touched the dead Jedi Master she had his voice. How? Had to be through the touch, an empathic way of gleaming skills and information like speech and the like.

If that's so, then the bounty hunter's fight makes more sense. Ashoka's difficulty with her too is more believable. Even though Ashoka still taunts and all that. Kid will never stop running her yap Laughing


Well, I guess that makes more sense than any other explanation. I still think it's a bit far fetched, though. *shrugs*


I always go "out there" first and work my way in Laughing
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Children of the Force wasn't that good. Many moments that made me yell at the TV.

Force-sensitive children don't levitate objects when they're toddlers. They have to be trained in the ways of the Force first.

The whole multiple mind-trick idea is a neat concept, but it doesn't make sense. "Size matters not" as Yoda says. If Bane isn't weak-minded, then he isn't weak-minded.

Mustafar was not a good planet to go to. Putting Anakin on there seemed creepy, and it's re-hashed nonetheless. At least they got its orbit right.

Overall, fail episode, although that's typical for the Clone Wars.
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Force-sensitive children don't levitate objects when they're toddlers. They have to be trained in the ways of the Force first.


According to the EU. We all know that George would not regard that as a piece of EU knowledge that couldn't be changed.

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The whole multiple mind-trick idea is a neat concept, but it doesn't make sense. "Size matters not" as Yoda says. If Bane isn't weak-minded, then he isn't weak-minded.


It was torture, and it was a very interesting idea. It didn't work, you're right, and they were foolish to think that it would. He only gave in because it was torture.
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I really enjoyed the episode though.


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According to the EU. We all know that George would not regard that as a piece of EU knowledge that couldn't be changed.


Yeah but it's still fun to point out where GL goes walkabout from our beloved EU Laughing
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It's part of the movie canon, too. So that argument goes right down the toilet.
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How is it part of movie-cannon? Confused


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Anakin sure wasn't levitating things, now was he? What about Luke? They had to be trained first.
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We don't know that Anakin/Luke never caused things to happen using the Force when they were young. Anakin could easily see what was on that datapad with Mace, and he wasn't trained to do that.


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I watched Holocron Heist today, but I feel as if everything's already been said.
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Old Master Ben wrote:
We don't know that Anakin/Luke never caused things to happen using the Force when they were young. Anakin could easily see what was on that datapad with Mace, and he wasn't trained to do that.


I'd say that being able to pick up on images on a datapad is a little easier that levitating something. But that's just my opinion. And one thing about levitation, I find it difficult to believe that a youngling with no training could do it mainly because a normal kid would have never seen it done. Children learn by watching. *shrugs* But all this is sort of nagging about details, so I'm gonna drop it now. Very Happy
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I watched Holocron Heist today, but I feel as if everything's already been said.


I bought my son the kids book- noticed that Cato is never described as "touching" the person when she shifts. (I know I'm looking too deeply- it's what I do- hint hint) Cato just shifts into the person's likeness. I still think the "Touch" was an empathic ability to gleam skills and voice patterns and the likes from the body of the person being duplicated.
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I got so ticked when Ahsoka didn't die in this episode. I really thought she did when that huge explosion made its appearance. Crying or Very sad
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