History Film / AttackoftheClones

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Contention within the Republic, spurred on by the events of [[Film/ThePhantomMenace the previous film]], leads to a group of "Separatists" forming their own government and, backed by many of the big galactic corporations and former Jedi Master Count Dooku, are more than equipped to handle a full scale war. The attempted [[ReverseWhoDunnit assassination]] of Senator Padmé Amidala, one of the biggest proponents to avoid the war, leads Obi-Wan Kenobi to investigate who is trying to start this conflict. At the same time, his apprentice twenty-year-old Anakin Skywalker is tasked with protecting Padmé and [[BodyguardCrush they struggle with their growing attraction to each other]], and Anakin has to deal with personal demons and the lure of the Dark Side. Following the clues he had, Kenobi travels to the far-flung world of Kamino and discovers a ''massive'' clone army; developed in secret, ostensibly commissioned and funded by the Jedi, meant to fight on behalf of the Republic and, even more mysteriously, is built on a particular bounty hunter under the employ of Count Dooku named Jango Fett. The different threads converge on the desert planet Geonosis, where the true extent of Dooku's machinations becomes [[EvilPlan apparent]], and where the [[NoodleIncident long-mythical]] Clone Wars [[MillionMookMarch finally]] [[StuffBlowingUp explode]] [[BigBadassBattleSequence violently]] [[BeamSpam and]] [[{{SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome}} awesomely.]]

The conduct of the wars and their eventual fallout is/was explored in a number of cross-media projects elsewhere-- ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars'' was an animated miniseries of 5-minute and 12-minute "episodettes" that enlarges the scale of the conflict and [[ADayInTheLimelight the people who fought in it]] by showing individual battles and [[AscendedExtra more obscure characters]], airing between the release of ''Attack of the Clones'' and ''Revenge of the Sith'', where the end of the Clone Wars is depicted. ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' was a CGI television show produced a few years after the release of ''Revenge of the Sith'', something of a SpiritualSuccessor to the previous series (very few production members are shared) but with a longer format to elaborate on the interpersonal conflicts and political atmosphere. This is all not to mention numerous other comic and novelized spin-offs covering everyone from Grievous to Boba Fett and back again.

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Contention within the Republic, spurred on by the events of [[Film/ThePhantomMenace the previous film]], leads to a group of "Separatists" forming their own government and, backed by many of the big galactic corporations and former Jedi Master Count Dooku, are more than equipped to handle a full scale war. The attempted [[ReverseWhoDunnit assassination]] of Senator Padmé Amidala, one of the biggest proponents to avoid the war, leads Obi-Wan Kenobi to investigate who is trying to start this conflict. At the same time, his apprentice twenty-year-old Anakin Skywalker is tasked with protecting Padmé and [[BodyguardCrush they struggle with their growing attraction to each other]], and Anakin has to deal with personal demons and the lure of the Dark Side. Following the clues he had, Kenobi travels to the far-flung world of Kamino and discovers a ''massive'' clone army; developed in secret, ostensibly commissioned and funded by the Jedi, meant to fight on behalf of the Republic and, even more mysteriously, is built on a particular bounty hunter under the employ of Count Dooku named Jango Fett. The different threads converge on the desert planet Geonosis, where the true extent of Dooku's machinations becomes [[EvilPlan apparent]], and where the [[NoodleIncident long-mythical]] Clone Wars [[MillionMookMarch finally]] [[StuffBlowingUp explode]] [[BigBadassBattleSequence violently]] [[BeamSpam and]] [[{{SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome}} awesomely.]]

The conduct of the wars and their eventual fallout is/was explored in a number of cross-media projects elsewhere-- ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars'' was an animated miniseries of 5-minute and 12-minute "episodettes" that enlarges the scale of the conflict and [[ADayInTheLimelight the people who fought in it]] by showing individual battles and [[AscendedExtra more obscure characters]], airing between the release of ''Attack of the Clones'' and ''Revenge of the Sith'', where the end of the Clone Wars is depicted. ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' was a CGI television show produced a few years after the release of ''Revenge of the Sith'', something of a SpiritualSuccessor to the previous series (very few production members are shared) but with a longer format to elaborate on the interpersonal conflicts and political atmosphere. This is all not to mention numerous other comic and novelized spin-offs covering everyone from Grievous to Boba Fett and back again.
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* AggressiveNegotiations: TropeNamer, while Anakin tells Padmé a story.
-->'''Padmé:''' Aggressive negotiations? What's that?\\

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* OneDimensionalThinking: Seen in the Force duel between Dooku and Yoda, where Yoda never thinks to push a falling pillar off to the side instead of keeping it suspended in midair.
* AggressiveNegotiations: TropeNamer, while Anakin tells Padmé a story.
-->'''Padmé:''' Aggressive negotiations? What's that?\\



** Anakin and Padmé make a rather spectacular team in the Geonosis arena, with Anakin deflecting blaster bolts away from Padme and himself, while she uses a discarded droid blaster rifle to pick off attackers with methodical precision.
* BareYourMidriff: Padmé's outfits are quite a bit more revealing in this film than the first, presumably because SheIsAllGrownUp (in universe, at least). In the Geonosis battle sequence, it occurs due to ClothingDamage.

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** Anakin and Padmé make a rather spectacular team in the Geonosis arena, with Anakin deflecting blaster bolts away from Padme and himself, while she uses a discarded droid blaster rifle to pick off attackers with methodical precision.
* BareYourMidriff: Padmé's outfits are quite a bit more revealing in this film than the first, presumably because SheIsAllGrownUp (in universe, at least). In the Geonosis battle sequence, it occurs due to ClothingDamage.
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* BeastlyBloodsports: Anakin, Padmé, and Obi-Wan are almost killed by animals in the arena on Geonosis.
* BilingualBonus: The double that Padmé leaves while on her "extended leave" is named Dorme, which means "sleeper" in French.

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* BareYourMidriff: Padmé's outfits are quite a bit more revealing in this film than the first, presumably because SheIsAllGrownUp (in universe, at least). In the Geonosis battle sequence, it occurs due to ClothingDamage.
* BeastlyBloodsports: Anakin, Padmé, and Obi-Wan are almost killed by animals in the arena on Geonosis.
* BilingualBonus: The double that Padmé leaves while on her "extended leave" is named Dorme, which means "sleeper" in French.



* BodyDouble: As before, Padmé employs women to impersonate her. This proves useful when an assassination attempt takes the life of one of her decoys.

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* BodyDouble: As before, Padmé employs women to impersonate her. This proves useful when an assassination attempt takes the life of one of her decoys.



** In a deleted scene, where Anakin and Padmé are put on [[KangarooCourt "trial"]] for espionage. Padmé tells Archduke Poggle the Lesser that he's committing an act of war, and says that she hopes he's prepared to face the consequences. Poggle responds with "We build weapons, Senator. Of course we're prepared!"

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** In a deleted scene, where Anakin and Padmé are put on [[KangarooCourt "trial"]] for espionage. Padmé tells Archduke Poggle the Lesser that he's committing an act of war, and says that she hopes he's prepared to face the consequences. Poggle responds with "We build weapons, Senator. Of course we're prepared!"



* TheCavalry: Twice in the final act of the film; first time occurs when Mace Windu shows up with over two hundred Jedi to rescue Anakin, Obi-Wan and Padmé from Dooku. After many of them being killed off in the following battle against the droids and Geonosians, it happens again; with Yoda and the Clone Troopers showing up (this one goes over much better; they actually win).
* ChainedToARock: Anakin, Padmé, and Obi-Wan on Geonosis.
* TheChampion: When Anakin professes his love for Padmé he says that he will do anything she asks.

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* TheCavalry: Twice in the final act of the film; first time occurs when Mace Windu shows up with over two hundred Jedi to rescue Anakin, Obi-Wan and Padmé from Dooku. After many of them being killed off in the following battle against the droids and Geonosians, it happens again; with Yoda and the Clone Troopers showing up (this one goes over much better; they actually win).
* ChainedToARock: Anakin, Padmé, and Obi-Wan on Geonosis.
* TheChampion: When Anakin professes his love for Padmé he says that he will do anything she asks.



* ConveyorBeltODoom: Several that Anakin and Padmé survive by the skin of their teeth in the droid factory on Geonosis.

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* ConveyorBeltODoom: Several that Anakin and Padmé survive by the skin of their teeth in the droid factory on Geonosis.



* DisneyVillainDeath: Subverted with the Nexu that was attacking Padmé. Padmé, while on top of the execution pole with the Nexu trying to eat her, kicks it off. It seems like it died from the fall, only for it to get back up and attempt to resume its attempt at eating Padmé. The Nexu is then promptly [[RammingAlwaysWorks rammed]] by a reek that Anakin has somehow managed to tame, killing it for real.

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* DisneyVillainDeath: Subverted with the Nexu that was attacking Padmé. Padmé, while on top of the execution pole with the Nexu trying to eat her, kicks it off. It seems like it died from the fall, only for it to get back up and attempt to resume its attempt at eating Padmé. The Nexu is then promptly [[RammingAlwaysWorks rammed]] by a reek that Anakin has somehow managed to tame, killing it for real.



* DyingDeclarationOfLove: Padmé confesses her feelings to Anakin right before they're brought out to be executed.

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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: Padmé confesses her feelings to Anakin right before they're brought out to be executed.



* {{Fanservice}}: Several of Padmé's outfits, but especially her [[BareYourMidriff bare midriff]] due to ClothingDamage near the end of the film, and her black leather Flapper-inspired strapless number. Next to nothing on the male side, although Anakin is briefly seen [[ShirtlessScene shirtless]].

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* {{Fanservice}}: Several of Padmé's outfits, but especially her [[BareYourMidriff bare midriff]] due to ClothingDamage near the end of the film, and her black leather Flapper-inspired strapless number. Next to nothing on the male side, although Anakin is briefly seen [[ShirtlessScene shirtless]].



* GambitRoulette: Darth Sidious' plan to start the Clone Wars required that the well-renowned bounty hunter Jango Fett failed to kill Padmé, would be sloppy enough to leave a clue that would lead a Jedi to the planet Kamino (which nobody in the Jedi Order knew existed due to it being erased from the Jedi Archives, and Obi-Wan only found it because his old friend had knowledge of it) and learn of the Clone Army, and a Jedi would go to Geonosis and get captured after they had relayed the existence of the Separatists so the Senate could be pressured into giving the Chancellor emergency powers.

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* GambitRoulette: Darth Sidious' plan to start the Clone Wars required that the well-renowned bounty hunter Jango Fett failed to kill Padmé, would be sloppy enough to leave a clue that would lead a Jedi to the planet Kamino (which nobody in the Jedi Order knew existed due to it being erased from the Jedi Archives, and Obi-Wan only found it because his old friend had knowledge of it) and learn of the Clone Army, and a Jedi would go to Geonosis and get captured after they had relayed the existence of the Separatists so the Senate could be pressured into giving the Chancellor emergency powers.



* GunshipRescue: Yoda, Jedi Knights and a squad of Clone Troopers land gunships in the arena just in time to rescue Padmé and Anakin. Considered one of the most iconic examples of the trope.

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* GunshipRescue: Yoda, Jedi Knights and a squad of Clone Troopers land gunships in the arena just in time to rescue Padmé and Anakin. Considered one of the most iconic examples of the trope.



* HeldGaze: This happens between Anakin and Padmé twice: once as a gentle lover's gaze into each other's eyes, and then later as an indicator they are about to BigDamnKiss.

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* HeldGaze: This happens between Anakin and Padmé twice: once as a gentle lover's gaze into each other's eyes, and then later as an indicator they are about to BigDamnKiss.



** The arena battle is full of them, starting with Obi Wan remarking that Padmé (who is climbing onto the top of the pillar she was chained to) "seems to be on top of things."

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** The arena battle is full of them, starting with Obi Wan remarking that Padmé (who is climbing onto the top of the pillar she was chained to) "seems to be on top of things."



* LoveTheme: "Across the Stars", a slow, appropriately melancholy, considering the eventual fates of the couple involved, piece with occasional faster, more militaristic portions reflecting a galaxy on the edge of war.
* LoopholeAbuse: After Anakin re-transmits Obi-Wan's message to the Jedi Council, Mace Windu informs him the Jedi are on their way to rescue Obi-Wan, and orders him to stay with Padmé and continue to guard her. When Padmé points out to Anakin that she and he are much closer to the planet where Obi-Wan is than anyone else and the other Jedi aren't likely to arrive in time, Anakin insists that (for once) he's going to follow his orders and stay with her to keep her safe. Her solution is to insist that ''she's'' going to go rescue Obi-Wan, so in order to follow orders, he'll have to come with her. Interestingly, when their rescue attempt predictably gets them in trouble, Anakin doesn't bother pointing out that this was technically all ''her'' idea when Obi-Wan is chiding him for taking such a stupid risk.
* MacrossMissileMassacre:

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* LoveTheme: "Across the Stars", a slow, appropriately melancholy, considering the eventual fates of the couple involved, piece with occasional faster, more militaristic portions reflecting a galaxy on the edge of war.
* LoopholeAbuse: After Anakin re-transmits Obi-Wan's message to the Jedi Council, Mace Windu informs him the Jedi are on their way to rescue Obi-Wan, and orders him to stay with Padmé and continue to guard her. When Padmé points out to Anakin that she and he are much closer to the planet where Obi-Wan is than anyone else and the other Jedi aren't likely to arrive in time, Anakin insists that (for once) he's going to follow his orders and stay with her to keep her safe. Her solution is to insist that ''she's'' going to go rescue Obi-Wan, so in order to follow orders, he'll have to come with her. Interestingly, when their rescue attempt predictably gets them in trouble, Anakin doesn't bother pointing out that this was technically all ''her'' idea when Obi-Wan is chiding him for taking such a stupid risk.
* MacrossMissileMassacre: LoveTheme: "Across the Stars", a slow, appropriately melancholy, considering the eventual fates of the couple involved, piece with occasional faster, more militaristic portions reflecting a galaxy on the edge of war.
* MacrossMissileMassacre:



* MasterOfTheMixedMessage: Anakin couldn't be more obvious about his attraction to Padmé if he'd tried. She turns him down, saying that they shouldn't be together... But she also takes him to the most beautiful parts of Naboo, wearing a SexyBacklessOutfit.
* MinorCrimeRevealsMajorPlot: One spanning both this film and ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. Assassination attempt on a senator → A clone army, that no one seems to remember ordering, ready just as the Supreme Chancellor commissions a Grand Army of the Republic to deal with the Separatist Crisis → Plot by the Supreme Chancellor to overthrow the Republic and destroy the Jedi.

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* MasterOfTheMixedMessage: Anakin couldn't be more obvious about his attraction to Padmé if he'd tried. She turns him down, saying that they shouldn't be together... But she also takes him to the most beautiful parts of Naboo, wearing a SexyBacklessOutfit.
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* MinorCrimeRevealsMajorPlot: One spanning both this film and ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. Assassination attempt on a senator → A clone army, that no one seems to remember ordering, ready just as the Supreme Chancellor commissions a Grand Army of the Republic to deal with the Separatist Crisis → Plot by the Supreme Chancellor to overthrow the Republic and destroy the Jedi.



** Cliegg Lars tells Anakin and Padmé that after Shmi's abduction, he formed a search party of 30 people, but after being attacked by Sand People, only 4 people survived, including himself. In ''Film/ANewHope'', 30 Rebel starfighters were sent to destroy the Death Star ("We count 30 Rebel ships, Lord Vader."), and in the end, only 4 ships survived (Luke and Wedge's X-Wings, the ''Millennium Falcon'', and a Y-Wing).

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** Cliegg Lars tells Anakin and Padmé that after Shmi's abduction, he formed a search party of 30 people, but after being attacked by Sand People, only 4 people survived, including himself. In ''Film/ANewHope'', 30 Rebel starfighters were sent to destroy the Death Star ("We count 30 Rebel ships, Lord Vader."), and in the end, only 4 ships survived (Luke and Wedge's X-Wings, the ''Millennium Falcon'', and a Y-Wing).



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Padmé's decision to try and rescue Obi-Wan only results in her and Anakin getting captured and nearly executed. Obi-Wan even LampShades this:

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Padmé's decision to try and rescue Obi-Wan only results in her and Anakin getting captured and nearly executed. Obi-Wan even LampShades this:



* NowOrNeverKiss: Anakin and Padmé when they're about to be executed.
* OfCorsetsSexy: Padmé's black leather dinner outfit, which almost enters "dominatrix" territory. No wonder Anakin feels she's sending him mixed messages.

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* NowOrNeverKiss: Anakin and Padmé when they're about to be executed.
* OfCorsetsSexy: Padmé's black leather dinner outfit, which almost enters "dominatrix" territory. No wonder Anakin feels she's sending him mixed messages.



* OneDimensionalThinking: Seen in the Force duel between Dooku and Yoda, where Yoda never thinks to push a falling pillar off to the side instead of keeping it suspended in midair.



* RammingAlwaysWorks: This is how Anakin saves Padmé from the Nexu: He manages to tame a Reek via the Force, and then promptly has it ram into a Nexu just as it was getting up from surviving a huge fall. The Reek, like a giant space rhino, seems designed to take advantage of this trope.

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* RammingAlwaysWorks: This is how Anakin saves Padmé from the Nexu: He manages to tame a Reek via the Force, and then promptly has it ram into a Nexu just as it was getting up from surviving a huge fall. The Reek, like a giant space rhino, seems designed to take advantage of this trope.



* SamusIsAGirl: In the opening scene, when the Republic cruiser is destroyed, one of the starfighter pilots takes off their helmet to reveal their identity as Padmé.



* SamusIsAGirl: In the opening scene, when the Republic cruiser is destroyed, one of the starfighter pilots takes off their helmet to reveal their identity as Padmé.
* SexyBacklessOutfit: The dress Padmé wears to the lake house combines a halter top, backless to the waist, with detached sleeves and filmy drapery for an elegantly sexy look.

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* SamusIsAGirl: In the opening scene, when the Republic cruiser is destroyed, one of the starfighter pilots takes off their helmet to reveal their identity as Padmé.
* SexyBacklessOutfit: The dress Padmé wears to the lake house combines a halter top, backless to the waist, with detached sleeves and filmy drapery for an elegantly sexy look.



* SoLastSeason:
** During the Battle of Geonosis, destroying Core Ships proves to do nothing to stop the battle droids; in the novelization the first time this happened the droids would shut down briefly, then reactivate when their built-in processors kicked in.
** Also, in contrast to the [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy battle droids]] becoming comic relief, the [[EliteMooks Super Battle Droids]] (those tall grey droids with an ArmCannon) are introduced in the Geonosis battle and help kill many Jedi.



* SoLastSeason:
** During the Battle of Geonosis, destroying Core Ships proves to do nothing to stop the battle droids; in the novelization the first time this happened the droids would shut down briefly, then reactivate when their built-in processors kicked in.
** Also, in contrast to the [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy battle droids]] becoming comic relief, the [[EliteMooks Super Battle Droids]] (those tall grey droids with an ArmCannon) are introduced in the Geonosis battle and help kill many Jedi.



* StarcrossedLovers: Jedi are forbidden from falling in love and having relationships, since that would rather interfere with the whole 'there is no passion' theme they've got going, and Padmé can't afford any damage to her reputation as a senator by having a public relationship, ''especially'' with a Jedi. It's not going to be an easy ride for them. (Their love theme is even called 'Across the Stars', as if it weren't obvious enough.)

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* StarcrossedLovers: Jedi are forbidden from falling in love and having relationships, since that would rather interfere with the whole 'there is no passion' theme they've got going, and Padmé can't afford any damage to her reputation as a senator by having a public relationship, ''especially'' with a Jedi. It's not going to be an easy ride for them. (Their love theme is even called 'Across the Stars', as if it weren't obvious enough.) )



** Padmé, to an extent. She arrives at the lake house in a totally backless gown, and wears a black leather corset to dinner with Anakin.

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** Padmé, to an extent. She arrives at the lake house in a totally backless gown, and wears a black leather corset to dinner with Anakin.



* WeaponJr: Yoda teaches a class of Jedi initiates with training lightsabers in one scene.


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* WeaponJr: Yoda teaches a class of Jedi initiates with training lightsabers in one scene.


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24th Nov '17 2:00:44 AM gjjones
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17th Nov '17 9:14:20 PM Phoenixion
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** Jango Fett: "I'm just a simple man trying to make my way in the universe." Within the next five minutes, he's in full body armor trying to murder a monk.

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** Jango Fett: "I'm just a simple man trying to make my way in the universe." Within and "Always pleasure to meet a Jedi." Of course, he might meant that he's pleased [[WorthyOpponent in different way]]. Regardless, within the next five minutes, he's in full body armor trying to murder a monk.said Jedi.


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* ButtMonkey: Obi-Wan certainly gets the crap kicked out of him throughout the movie; dropped from a great height over Coruscant, head-butted, pummeled, lassoed and dragged by Jango Fett, taken captive, then chased repeatedly by an Acklay before finally being slashed by Dooku's lightsaber.
6th Nov '17 9:34:13 PM Dirtyblue929
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[-[[caption-width-right:350:'''Sio Bibble''': There hasn't been a full scale\\
war since the formation of the Republic.]]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:350:'''Sio Bibble''': There hasn't been a full scale\\
scale war since the formation of the Republic.]]-]
6th Nov '17 9:33:41 PM Dirtyblue929
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[-[[caption-width-right:350:'''Governor Sio Bibble''': There hasn't been a full scale\\

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[-[[caption-width-right:350:'''Governor Sio [-[[caption-width-right:350:'''Sio Bibble''': There hasn't been a full scale\\
5th Nov '17 9:48:42 AM Bauglir100
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* HypocriticalHumor: Obi-Wan says "I hate it when he does that!" in response to Anakin jumping out of his speeder to catch Zam's. Never mind that just a few minutes earlier, Obi-Wan himself dove straight through a glass window--of a building that's ''hundreds'' of storeys high--to catch Zam's droid.
31st Oct '17 7:27:38 AM yoghurt_monitoring
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* DisproportionateRetribution: Anakin massacres the entire village of Tuskan Raiders, including the children, to avenge his mother's death. [[ItsPersonal It was personal]].

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* DisproportionateRetribution: Anakin massacres the entire village of Tuskan Raiders, including Raiders; not just the children, men, but the women, and the children too, to avenge his mother's death. [[ItsPersonal It was personal]].
31st Oct '17 7:18:44 AM yoghurt_monitoring
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* ArbitrarilyLargeBankAccount: One Jedi Master could order up an entire clone army and fleet of warships apparently without having to go through any kind of budget request to either the Jedi Council or the Senate. The ''Legends'' novel ''Literature/DarthPlagueis'' states that the funding was provided by the titular character, who happens to be a wealthy banker as well as a Sith Lord.

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* ArbitrarilyLargeBankAccount: One Jedi Master could order up an entire clone army and fleet of warships apparently without having to go through any kind of budget request to either the Jedi Council or the Senate. The ''Legends'' novel ''Literature/DarthPlagueis'' states that the funding was provided by the titular character, who happens to be a wealthy banker as well as a Sith Lord. Within canon, it is justified by having Count Dooku - essentially the richest man in the galaxy - fund the army under his Sith name Tyranus.
23rd Sep '17 6:00:56 PM SithPanda16
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* BreadAndCircuses: In the Geonosis Arena, Obi-Wan disarms and dismounts a Geonosian riding by on an Orray so that he has a weapon to defend himself against the Acklay. The Geonosian recovers just in time to see the Acklay walking towards him and he gets stepped on by its spear-like leg. And the crowd ''cheers''.
10th Sep '17 4:08:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* BarFullOfAliens: Anakin and Obi-Wan pursue an attempted assassin into a bar in the lower levels of Coruscant. The clientele includes Twi-leks in the background and an alien who tries to sell Obi-Wan [[FantasticDrug "death-sticks"]].
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