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  DarkSideSon
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Love that pic of Filoni and the ARCs.
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YodaBauer2442 wrote:
PS: Life Is The Path, YodaBauer2442 and illogicalRogue2, it is nice to see you again

Howdy!


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I tend to like certain clones rather than clones in general. I love Rex!

Absolutely. Rex is my favourite too, and the reason I changed my point of view about the clones and Order 66 and actually started having sympathy with these soldiers. I'll have to just come out and admit it: before Rex came along, I disliked anything and everything wearing white armor Wink
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Just to play on the Filoni and ARCs picture.

Dave as a Jedi from the LA Savage Opress Screening



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oooh a Special Ops clone too!


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I love these pictures! Thank you so much for sharing Smile
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Some of the story arcs are so-so, but visually, episodes are always a treat. I like a lot of the characters. I think the episode where they attacked Geonosis was utterly and absolutely the most intense open this side of Saving Private Ryan (at the end of the Omaha Beach scene in Private Ryan I almost yelled out "Kill them!" It was so intense to me). That you could do that with animation is awe inspiring. And the animators are only getting better. See Chewie at the end of the last season.


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Ok I admit I slag TCW alot.
However since this is a nice thread I will say what I like.

Season One: Ambush was a great episode just to see Yoda play General
The ship Malevolence... plain sexy
Rookies. Best Episode by far
Lair of Grievous. Kit Fisto... yes pls
Dooku working with Obi
The snow troopers
Bounty Hunters
Death Watch ( well a watered down version )



Season Two: Todo 360
The open 3 episodes ( Cad Bane )
Deserter episode. A "Human" Clone
the Bounty Hunters tribute to 7 samurai
OMG SLAVE 1.... its SLAVE 1.


Season 3: LOL HAHHAHHAAHAHHAHA LOL

way to much politics.
that force story of good vs evil lmol
Savvage.... WHY??? poor Darth MAul

Tho Clone Cadets and the next episode were Awesome
and seeing Tarkin and Christopher Walken ( not really him )
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You know what I really like about the Clone Wars, but what might really not matter to some, is how it uses a lot of creatures seen in the book The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide.
This to me has only increased the value of this already beautifull book (that I would recommend to anyone).
There are also a lot of original and new creatures in TCW, but it's nice to see them use these well thought out creatures that are in that book.
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I love TCW. I think what I like about it is that they have introduced EU Jedi's to the front of the show such as Fisto, Offie, Secuda, Voss and my personal favorite Plo Koon. I would like to see Master Zao make an appearance, that would be interesting.

I do a few err moments though the show are-
- biggest one Obi-wan saying he would have left the Jedi for .....sorry names left me but that senator woman from Mandalore
- Clones having the exact same voice, It's nurture not nature that defines the voice.
- Some of the political side of the Clone wars yes they are needed and shows the bureaucracy of the war that people never think about
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Jedi Master Skid wrote:

- Clones having the exact same voice, It's nurture not nature that defines the voice.


While Dee Bradley Baker does voice all of the clones, he does his best to keep separate (but similar) voices for all of them (or, at least, all of them in a single episode). So when you have an episode like Rookies, where 3-4 main characters are clones AND are wearing solid white armor, you can still differentiate them.

And also, to be fair, they did all grow up in the same environment, and raised in more or less the same way. Take ten children from all over the world, isolate them on a desert island for 20 years, and they'll probably speak with the same accent (but don't try that experiment; you'll go to jail). These clones were raised by Jango Fett and other Mandalorians (who might've grown up in the same area as Jango, and might also have the same accent).

So while admittedly they wouldn't have exactly the same voice, it would be close, and at least DBB is trying. Suspension of disbelief for the rest.
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Jedi Master Skid wrote:

- Clones having the exact same voice, It's nurture not nature that defines the voice.

I actually like this. It's amazing how many variations Dee Bradley Baker can do.

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- Some of the political side of the Clone wars yes they are needed and shows the bureaucracy of the war that people never think about

The politics are unnecessarily clunky. The politician's just don't seem human; they're way to stylized and 'perfect'.
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The clones are the same as twins. I think the diversity of voices in Republic Commando was too extreme.

I have a bigger issue with Boba having the same accent as Jango when he spent ten years with Jango and then another 23 away from him.


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