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Who Do You Prefer?
Mace Windu
75%
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Ahsoka Tano
25%
 25%  [ 4 ]
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 PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 2:37 pm Reply with quote  
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  Master Clemins
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Caedus_16 wrote:
Honestly Ashoka has gotten more tolerable but she's just not my thing. I get that she's fun and has become an ok apprentice but she just kinda bores me. I honestly think she'll die in Order 66 because other than that I'm not sure how she could contribute to his darkside downfall (I'm not putting a lot of thought into it, I just don't care for her that's the only reason). She is ok as a character overall but she didn't add a lot to the film canon and since this series erased the original Gennedy Tartovinski series I'm kinda annoyed by it as that was great, this not so much...

Plus Mace Windu is Mace Windu! The master of the shatterpoint, the man of honor, the man of power, one who dances with the dark side and defeats it on a regular basis, the only master of Vapaad! He took out an army of battle droids with no lightsaber, just the Force! He died, but honestly that didn't make him less cool. Go Mace!




Wow Caedus....good stuff here.....agreed

My Vote would always be Mace.
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 PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2011 9:20 pm Reply with quote  
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This is no contest.


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Ahsoka. Dark Side Ahsoka, that is. Cool

Otherwise, Mace all the way.
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Mace has a purple Lighsaber... nuff said

Plus he kicked ass for those 10 minutes over Palpy
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I'm an adult, and still say Ahsoka. Mace Windu is a sour-faced bore, imo.


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I forgot all about this thread. To keep things going now that it's been resurrected, would anyone's feelings change if we took the movies and books out of the equation? If you pit Mace and Ahsoka against each other, with nothing other than the tv show to go by, whose your favorite?

What little episode time Mace has gotten didn't really impress me. He had a good go in the Ryloth trilogy, but that was actually a series of episodes I didn't care much for (though I blame the excessive previews for spoiling all the good parts). Ahsoka on the other hand has been in a lot of episodes, and overall, I find her to be an interesting character. Those episodes she did at the end of season 3 were really good.
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If we're only judging by TCW, I'd go with Ahsoka.
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From the episodes of TCW i would also go for ashoka


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Too, I'd go with Ahsoka, but I feel my hand is being forced. As you say, he's not been in many episodes, and hasn't been ... shining as brightly as in, say, Ep III. I feel the writers are taking him for granted. Under-using him.
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On the flip side, we could go just by the films. I'm sure Mace would win that one Cool
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