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Ahsoka was very annoying from the very start imo, but it all got a lot worse in the beginning of Season 3, just when I had started liking her.

I also thinks the Dathomir Ventress arc is overrated, and my 2 favorites are Umbara arc and the Second Battle of Geonosis.

The thing about The Clone Wars is that it never seemed to make sense with the movies, so I’ve always considered it an “alternate” universe, while 2003 Clone Wars is canon in my heart. If well edited (removing childish moments, removing inconsistencies with the rest of the saga, etc) The Clone Wars can be a gorgeous addition to the collection though.

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Collipso said:

Ahsoka was very annoying from the very start imo, but it all got a lot worse in the beginning of Season 3, just when I had started liking her.

I also thinks the Dathomir Ventress arc is overrated, and my 2 favorites are Umbara arc and the Second Battle of Geonosis.

The thing about The Clone Wars is that it never seemed to make sense with the movies, so I’ve always considered it an “alternate” universe, while 2003 Clone Wars is canon in my heart. If well edited (removing childish moments, removing inconsistencies with the rest of the saga, etc) The Clone Wars can be a gorgeous addition to the collection though.

Mostly agree my favorite arcs
Are darth maul returns and ashokas last arc. I like this version of anakin he is exactly like obiwan describe him in a new hope.

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HerekittykittyX said:

Collipso said:

Ahsoka was very annoying from the very start imo, but it all got a lot worse in the beginning of Season 3, just when I had started liking her.

I also thinks the Dathomir Ventress arc is overrated, and my 2 favorites are Umbara arc and the Second Battle of Geonosis.

The thing about The Clone Wars is that it never seemed to make sense with the movies, so I’ve always considered it an “alternate” universe, while 2003 Clone Wars is canon in my heart. If well edited (removing childish moments, removing inconsistencies with the rest of the saga, etc) The Clone Wars can be a gorgeous addition to the collection though.

Mostly agree, my favorite arcs are Darth Maul Returns and Ahsoka’s last arc. I like this version of Anakin, he is exactly like Obi-Wan described him in A New Hope.

Yes I agree. But that’s not how he was portrayed in the movies. Shame on the movies, sure, but inconsistent nonetheless.

I (sort of) like the Darth Maul part of the Dathomir arc, but the rest with Ventress is not really for me. And Ahsoka’s fate in the series is indeed powerful and emotional. I quite like it.

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What inconsistencies were there? Although I’ve seen it a few times I haven’t got around to buying it on disc yet so I haven’t thoroughly dissected it! I remember actually being impressed that continuity with the movies was so good.

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Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

What inconsistencies were there? Although I’ve seen it a few times I haven’t got around to buying it on disc yet so I haven’t thoroughly dissected it! I remember actually being impressed that continuity with the movies was so good.

Agree there was no issues except for Anakin not mentioning ashoka in revenge of the sith.

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HerekittykittyX said:

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

What inconsistencies were there? Although I’ve seen it a few times I haven’t got around to buying it on disc yet so I haven’t thoroughly dissected it! I remember actually being impressed that continuity with the movies was so good.

Agree there was no issues except for Anakin not mentioning ashoka in revenge of the sith.

I think that can be overlooked because he did have a few other things to think about at that point in time!

But I suppose if they’d known Ahsoka was going to exist when they made the movie they could’ve put a reference to her in the scene when Anakin is talking to the council, or maybe Palpatine could’ve mentioned her?

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Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

HerekittykittyX said:

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

What inconsistencies were there? Although I’ve seen it a few times I haven’t got around to buying it on disc yet so I haven’t thoroughly dissected it! I remember actually being impressed that continuity with the movies was so good.

Agree there was no issues except for Anakin not mentioning ashoka in revenge of the sith.

I think that can be overlooked because he did have a few other things to think about at that point in time!

But I suppose if they’d known Ahsoka was going to exist when they made the movie they could’ve put a reference to her in the scene when Anakin is talking to the council, or maybe Palpatine could’ve mentioned her?

Clone wars came out after revenge of the sith.

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HerekittykittyX said:

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

HerekittykittyX said:

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

What inconsistencies were there? Although I’ve seen it a few times I haven’t got around to buying it on disc yet so I haven’t thoroughly dissected it! I remember actually being impressed that continuity with the movies was so good.

Agree there was no issues except for Anakin not mentioning ashoka in revenge of the sith.

I think that can be overlooked because he did have a few other things to think about at that point in time!

But I suppose if they’d known Ahsoka was going to exist when they made the movie they could’ve put a reference to her in the scene when Anakin is talking to the council, or maybe Palpatine could’ve mentioned her?

Clone wars came out after revenge of the sith.

Yes?

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Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

HerekittykittyX said:

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

What inconsistencies were there? Although I’ve seen it a few times I haven’t got around to buying it on disc yet so I haven’t thoroughly dissected it! I remember actually being impressed that continuity with the movies was so good.

Agree there was no issues except for Anakin not mentioning ashoka in revenge of the sith.

I think that can be overlooked because he did have a few other things to think about at that point in time!

But I suppose if they’d known Ahsoka was going to exist when they made the movie they could’ve put a reference to her in the scene when Anakin is talking to the council, or maybe Palpatine could’ve mentioned her?

Ashoka has left the Jedi Order for quite some time at that point, it makes sense the Jedi wouldn’t mention her. I suppose Palpatine could have mentioned her when listing Anakin’s accomplishments, but considering he never even finished training her I think it fits with the canon just fine. Though Anakin and Obi-Wan were fighting alongside Ashoka days before ROTS for the Siege of Mandalore.

I was never really a fan of the jump to 4 stories per arc, sometimes (droids squad arc) they would drag just because they needed to fit in 4 stories for a single idea. Should of kept it like Season 1, where they focused on self contained stories and only expanded the plot with something major. Umbarra is a great arc, but I can’t distinguish one epsidoe from another. On the other hand, I can distinguish the Geonosis arc because each episode followed something wildly different.

My favorite arc is the Citadel Arc, it represents everything I like about the show. I wish Rogue One was like this (entire movie focusing on the team trying to obtain data from a secure facility). Landing on Point Rain or Grievous Intrigue is my favorite standalone episode. And the final Ashoka and Fives arcs are the most emotional moments in the entire saga for me.

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