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  Darth Skuldren
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Obi-Wan a clone...that could be the beginning of an epic idea. But who would have cloned Obi-Wan and stuck him back in the desert?
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I hate the idea. Just what we need; another clone of somebody.

Also Obi-Wan never owned any droids. Artoo and Threepio were Anakin's. Plus it never says Obi-Wan didn't recognize Threepio. Just because he didn't say, "Oh hi, Threepio. Long time, no see." doesn't mean he didn't recognize him.

And he actually does recognize the droids in The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He just doesn't say anything about it. Why would he?
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That Obi-Wan was "just a crazy old man" in the dessert Laughing

No I dont want him to be a clone and I would take a lot of what he said to Luke in ANH with a pinch of salt.

Technically you could argue that Obi-Wan "owned" the droid who was part of his jedi starfighter just not the two famous droids.

While Luke tells "Ben" that Artoo was looking for a former master he may regard Obi-Wan as a master because he served him even though Obi-Wan himself wouldnt think that way about R2. Just a theory.
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darthrevan1 wrote:
That Obi-Wan was "just a crazy old man" in the dessert Laughing


The Jundland Wastes do make a tasty pudding Wink
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DannikJerriko wrote:
darthrevan1 wrote:
That Obi-Wan was "just a crazy old man" in the dessert Laughing


The Jundland Wastes do make a tasty pudding Wink


I knew I spelt it wrong Laughing

Jundland Wastes Creme pie is a delicacy at the Mos Eisley Cantina
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Obviously Obi-Wan doesn't like droids. Probably why he hanged out in the Mos Eisley Cantina. Laughing
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He hung out there to listen and watch news on the Holonews in the cantina.

I think he was somewhere like that when he learned that Anakin/Vader was alive. I think it was in the closing moments of the Rise of Darth Vader by James Luceno.
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He was in the Weary Traveler in Anchorhead when he found out about Vader surviving.
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Yes I knew it wasnt Chalmuns Cantina.

That was a good book.
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darthrevan1 wrote:
Yes I knew it wasnt Chalmuns Cantina.

That was a good book.


What was a good book? Tales From the Mos Eisley Cantina?
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DannikJerriko wrote:
darthrevan1 wrote:
Yes I knew it wasnt Chalmuns Cantina.

That was a good book.


What was a good book? Tales From the Mos Eisley Cantina?


No sorry The Rise Of Darth Vader by James Luceno
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