One of the biggest problems with the prequels in my opinion was how Lucas handled the Clone Wars. Now, I've never read a Star Wars book so this could've been explained decades ago, but I always thought of the Clone Wars as just some event from the distant past that was shrouded in mystery, and nobody was really too familiar with it except for people who were involved, and they were all in their 70's by the time ANH started. I liked how mysterious it was and it kind of added mythology within the movie or whatever. In the prequels they made all the stormtroopers clones and it killed all the tension because it was just clones vs robots. In Star Wars battles were intense because you knew when someone like Porkins got killed that a Rebel pilot died trying to fight for freedom. In the prequels it's just like, oh another clone died... Plus all the politics behind it were just boring and completely confusing. What did you all imagine the clone wars being when you first saw Star Wars?
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