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I'm petty sure this is allowed, as there isn't one, and I think it would be a good idea.

This thread will be a place to ask questions, put out ideas co so on. What you'd like to see in the show, how you'd like characters to develop what you think Filoni should do, maybe episode ideas.

I have a question and an idea.

Question - I say co episode set on Ryloth And there was a Jedi Master (who died) called what I think sounded like "Master Dye" and I just kinda want to know who he is.

Idea - Who would like to see A'Sharad Hett to make an appearance? Assuming no continuity would be wrecked, and he is portrayed like he is in every other source. It could be a nice nod to the EU and could be in his own episode, maybe with Ki-Adi Mundi. They could even make indirect references to Krayt and stuff.

DISCLAIMER - This is not a thread dedicated to the episode "The General"
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His name is Ima-Gun Di (as in 'I'm-a gonna die') and he was made solely for that episode, solely to die.

I've never read the Republic comic series, so I've no opinion on Hett. Might be good, though admittedly I do worry about whether or not things might be messed up for the sake of a good story.
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Guess you didn't read the Legacy comics either. Hett was in those, too.

I'd like to see him make an appearance. It would be cool to eventually see each member of the Jedi council have an episode of their own.

In keeping with the general nature of this thread, I think Season 4 is off to a really good start so far. Not one bad episode yet.
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Kit Fisto kind of had his own episode in what I think was series 1, where he discovers Greivous' lair.
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i'm all for seeing K'Kruck, but Lucas would probably try to kill him off and burn the hat.


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Darth Skuldren wrote:
Guess you didn't read the Legacy comics either. Hett was in those, too.

I'd like to see him make an appearance. It would be cool to eventually see each member of the Jedi council have an episode of their own.

In keeping with the general nature of this thread, I think Season 4 is off to a really good start so far. Not one bad episode yet.


No, no, I've read the Legacy comics. I meant that I've not read the Republic era Hett, and so I've no interest in seeing him in that era - but that I do worry about him being killed off, and thus not being around for the Legacy comics, as I'd alluded to with the sentence 'Might be good, though admittedly I do worry about whether or not things might be messed up for the sake of a good story'. Were this TV series set in the Legacy era, I'd be more than happy to see him make an appearance (though given the events in Legacy, having him turn up in the show would be a given).
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Darth_Henning wrote:
i'm all for seeing K'Kruck, but Lucas would probably try to kill him off and burn the hat.


K'kruhk's died many a time, though. He can survive Lucas Laughing

And the hat is the source of his remarkable healing, so of course the hat would survive anything.
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OK, what I'm about to say is very ill-researched so forgive me if I say something stupid.

Why is it in TCW that Aurra Sing never demonstrates her Force-sensitivity? And she doesn't have her lightsabre collection either... She seems like she's just thrown in as "a bounty hunter", not Aurra Sing with any of her background.
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When does Sing utilise extrovert Force techniques? I don't know, as I've only seen her here or there in various books, but I don't recall any visible demonstrations of Force abilities.
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Life Is The Path wrote:
When does Sing utilise extrovert Force techniques? I don't know, as I've only seen her here or there in various books, but I don't recall any visible demonstrations of Force abilities.


She does in Outlander. There's a bit where she uses the Force to make a Trandoshan smash himself in the face with a frying-pan. She also uses the Force to pick up and fling some rocks a Sharad Hett.

Maybe these weren't the Force, just some power attributed to her species?

Edit - It does seem clear that she is Force sensitive.

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During her youth, she was also noted for being very aggressive, and therefore the Jedi Council placed her under the instruction of An'ya Kuro. However, Sing hated Kuro, possibly because she used brutal and, to some, disturbing training methods, and she quickly believed that the Jedi Master had abandoned her when she was captured by pirates and thus turned to the dark side.

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That probably was a display of the Force, but if that's the only (or even one of the few) times she's done that, then I'm not entirely bothered by her lack of using the Force. As to the lightsabres, her Wook page states that her lightsabres were taken after being captured by Aayla Secura. Now, my interests primarily lay away from this era, so I don't know a lot about what's been happening, but it's possible that the CW episodes happened after her capture, and thus explaining why she didn't have them. Or she could simply have sent them away to be cleaned and polished.
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I'd just like to say how annoying it can be. There's an episode where Obi-wan, Anakin and Dooku are captured by pirates and chained together. The way they interact with each other annoys me to no end. They talk to each other as if they're old college frenemies. Anyway. Just wanted to say.
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For UK viewers, season 4 started yesterday on Cartoon Network. It seems like the channel is airing the show one episode a day, since the second episode is on at the same time today (10am and repeated at 6pm).
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Life Is The Path wrote:
For UK viewers, season 4 started yesterday on Cartoon Network. It seems like the channel is airing the show one episode a day, since the second episode is on at the same time today (10am and repeated at 6pm).


Thanks, I'm gonna try to watch it.
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Personally I think that bringing Darth Maul into TCW was stupid especially with the whole revenge thing. TCW is meant to be a kids show and those episodes would not be very good for kids.
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