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As Yoda said back in Episode 1: Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. Someone's fear could lead to them being wary of the future and become obsessed with trying to stop a certain event from occurring. In Anakin's case of Episode 3 that'd be Padme's demise as in Episode 3 Anakin for Padme ...


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These excerpts are from this article which describes an interview with George Lucas. To quote a few key excerpts: One of the big questions a lot of people have about the new series is the look of the animation. Though it's CGI, it's not photorealistic; the characters are made to look like painted wooden puppets (a reference to the marionettes in the ...


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There are no definite statements about how the current series will end, as (supervising director) Dave Filoni has mentioned how the story is constantly in flux and an ongoing writing process. That said, they will indeed have to wrap up Ahsoka's arc (and there are many theories about this), but considering this takes place in the period between the second ...


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In the original trilogy, they didn't meet before Return of the Jedi. And they don't even meet actually. Luke joins the party when all plans were explained and everybody was preparing for the battle. So, even if he saw him, he couldn't know his name. Leia, Han, Chewbacca and Luke leave right after this meeting.


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In the 2008 film, which acted as a pilot for the series, Christopher Lee and Samuel L. Jackson reprised their respective roles as Count Dooku and Mace Windu. They did not reprise their roles in the series itself, being replaced by Corey Burton and Terrence C. Carson, but Matthew Wood did reprise his role as General Grievous. I don't know of any other actors ...


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I'm not entirely sure what your question is here, but to confirm: The Clone Wars takes place between Epsiodes II and Episodes III. Lucas has confirmed this himself in interviews: Q: Why is it important for you to tell the story of The Clone Wars? A: The interesting thing about the Clone Wars is that in the films, in the normal course of the ...


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To Add to the other answers, one of the new Star Wars canon comics is also addressing this issue by telling a story set right off the heels of Revenge of the Sith, where Anakin had to go through additional process to fully become Darth Vader. Darth Vader: Darth Lord of the Sith 2017 His first goal given by Sidious, after he decides he wants to live, is to ...


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If you watch Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones you will see that Annakin revenges his mother's death by exterminating an entire group of Sandpeople, including children. Thus he was clearly turning to the dark side of ethics by then, whether or not he was using the Dark Side of the Force. To paraphrase Yoda, "When once children you slaughter, forever will ...


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AFAIK, there has been no canon confirmation one way or the other. The fan theory is that all clone troopers have nightmares about turning on the Jedi as a result of the 66-chip being in their brains. In both cases where "the nightmares" are mentioned, the other clones give each other a rather grim, knowing look. Order 66 is not secret. It's part of the ...


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