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17th Feb '17 7:44:56 PM TimeLordVictorious
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**** Luke would've most likely received guidance from both the Force Ghosts, as well as members of the Church of the Force, such as Lor San Tekka. The force ghosts of Yoda, Obi-Wan, and Qui-Gon would also tell him of the mistakes of the first Jedi Order, and help him learn from them, which would establish a stronger and more balanced system to train Jedi with. Everything would've gone fine, but there were two things they didn't count on:
***** Ben Solo feeling the pull of the Dark Side whilst admiring Anakin's achievements as Darth Vader.
***** The possibility that there were Dark Side beings that were just as powerful, if not more than, the Sith, such as Snoke.
30th Jan '17 9:44:12 AM Morgenthaler
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** This isn't really surprising, considering how Palpatine had no problems with killing [[DarthPlagueis his parents and siblings.]]

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** This isn't really surprising, considering how Palpatine had no problems with killing [[DarthPlagueis [[Literature/DarthPlagueis his parents and siblings.]]
9th Jan '17 11:22:46 AM TrixiePixie
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*** Correct me if I'm wrong, but there was also an episode of the clone wars that dealt with a race that were so untrusting of the Jedi because of their habit of essentially kidnapping force sensitive children that they, at first, weren't even willing to allow Mace Windu onto the planet even when several members of the government were being kidnapped. It took Jar Jar of all people claiming Mace was his servant for them to allow him to stay.
7th Jan '17 4:22:13 AM Owlorange1995
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** [[Fridge/RogueOne]]
7th Jan '17 4:21:09 AM Owlorange1995
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** [[Fridge/RogueOne]]
19th Dec '16 12:10:32 AM IronScope
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* Mon Calamari like Ackbar and Raddus are consistently portrayed as skilled at managing space battles. Of course an amphibious species from a water planet would be good at that - they're used to strategizing in three dimensions, avoiding the pitfalls of thinking in terms of TwoDSpace.
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6th Dec '16 4:53:33 AM Ambaryerno
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** And that brings us to Captain Needa, who by all accounts attempted to do something noble in shielding his crew from Vader's wrath by taking responsibility personally for losing the ''Falcon'', but why did he lose the ''Falcon'' in the first place? Needa suffered from the same overconfidence and arrogance that Ozzel did which tainted his judgement in providing a premature assurance of securing his quarry. His lack of knowledge regarding unconventional tactics as well as his inability to conceive of any other situation other than the Falcon getting away the moment it disappears from the ''Avenger's'' scopes leads to him giving up too quickly which actually ''does'' give the ''Falcon'' the time it needs to escape. Boba Fett however knows better (having seen a similar trick used by Kenobi just prior to the Clone Wars) and patiently waits for them to inevitably reveal themselves, essentially turning the trick back on Han. This is why Vader employs him and the other bounty hunters in the first place, they are not part of the Imperial military which has begun to stagnate and allowed officers like Ozzel and Needa rise to their positions and sit comfortably there. Needa is a perfect example of what was wrong with the Empire at its core: a lack of imagination and inability to innovate, improvise, and think on the fly. All things Vader himself values and ''excels'' at.

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** And that brings us %%* Please do ''not'' add Needa again. It's being moved to Captain Needa, who WMG because it is ''not'' supported by all accounts attempted to do something noble in shielding his crew from Vader's wrath by taking responsibility personally for losing the ''Falcon'', but why did he lose the ''Falcon'' actual sequence of events in the first place? Needa suffered from the same overconfidence and arrogance that Ozzel did which tainted his judgement in providing a premature assurance of securing his quarry. His lack of knowledge regarding unconventional tactics as well as his inability to conceive of any other situation other than the Falcon getting away the moment it disappears from the ''Avenger's'' scopes leads to him giving up too quickly which actually ''does'' give the ''Falcon'' the time it needs to escape. Boba Fett however knows better (having seen a similar trick used by Kenobi just prior to the Clone Wars) and patiently waits for them to inevitably reveal themselves, essentially turning the trick back on Han. This is why Vader employs him and the other bounty hunters in the first place, they are not part of the Imperial military which has begun to stagnate and allowed officers like Ozzel and Needa rise to their positions and sit comfortably there. Needa is a perfect example of what was wrong with the Empire at its core: a lack of imagination and inability to innovate, improvise, and think on the fly. All things Vader himself values and ''excels'' at.film itself.
5th Dec '16 9:44:18 PM SirSapphire
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%%* Please do ''not'' add Needa again. It's being moved to WMG because it is ''not'' supported by the actual sequence of events in the film itself.

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%%* Please ** And that brings us to Captain Needa, who by all accounts attempted to do ''not'' add Needa again. It's being moved to WMG because it is ''not'' supported something noble in shielding his crew from Vader's wrath by taking responsibility personally for losing the actual sequence of events ''Falcon'', but why did he lose the ''Falcon'' in the film itself.first place? Needa suffered from the same overconfidence and arrogance that Ozzel did which tainted his judgement in providing a premature assurance of securing his quarry. His lack of knowledge regarding unconventional tactics as well as his inability to conceive of any other situation other than the Falcon getting away the moment it disappears from the ''Avenger's'' scopes leads to him giving up too quickly which actually ''does'' give the ''Falcon'' the time it needs to escape. Boba Fett however knows better (having seen a similar trick used by Kenobi just prior to the Clone Wars) and patiently waits for them to inevitably reveal themselves, essentially turning the trick back on Han. This is why Vader employs him and the other bounty hunters in the first place, they are not part of the Imperial military which has begun to stagnate and allowed officers like Ozzel and Needa rise to their positions and sit comfortably there. Needa is a perfect example of what was wrong with the Empire at its core: a lack of imagination and inability to innovate, improvise, and think on the fly. All things Vader himself values and ''excels'' at.
25th Nov '16 10:50:27 AM nombretomado
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*** I thought it was pronounced [[AustinPowers "fazha"]].

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*** I thought it was pronounced [[AustinPowers [[Film/AustinPowers "fazha"]].
23rd Nov '16 9:15:33 AM Ambaryerno
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** And that brings us to Captain Needa, who by all accounts attempted to do something noble in shielding his crew from Vader's wrath by taking responsibility personally for losing the ''Falcon'', but why did he lose the ''Falcon'' in the first place? Needa suffered from the same overconfidence and arrogance that Ozzel did which tainted his judgement. His lack of knowledge regarding unconventional tactics as well as his inability to conceive of any other situation other than the Falcon getting away the moment it disappears from the ''Avenger's'' scopes leads to him giving up too quickly which actually ''does'' give the ''Falcon'' the time it needs to escape. Boba Fett however knows better (having seen a similar trick used by Kenobi just prior to the Clone Wars) and patiently waits for them to inevitably reveal themselves, essentially turning the trick back on Han. This is why Vader employs him and the other bounty hunters in the first place, they are not part of the Imperial military which has begun to stagnate and allowed officers like Ozzel and Needa rise to their positions and sit comfortably there. Needa is a perfect example of what was wrong with the Empire at its core: a lack of imagination and inability to innovate, improvise, and think on the fly. All things Vader himself values and ''excels'' at.

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** And that brings us %%* Please do ''not'' add Needa again. It's being moved to Captain Needa, who WMG because it is ''not'' supported by all accounts attempted to do something noble in shielding his crew from Vader's wrath by taking responsibility personally for losing the ''Falcon'', but why did he lose the ''Falcon'' actual sequence of events in the first place? Needa suffered from the same overconfidence and arrogance that Ozzel did which tainted his judgement. His lack of knowledge regarding unconventional tactics as well as his inability to conceive of any other situation other than the Falcon getting away the moment it disappears from the ''Avenger's'' scopes leads to him giving up too quickly which actually ''does'' give the ''Falcon'' the time it needs to escape. Boba Fett however knows better (having seen a similar trick used by Kenobi just prior to the Clone Wars) and patiently waits for them to inevitably reveal themselves, essentially turning the trick back on Han. This is why Vader employs him and the other bounty hunters in the first place, they are not part of the Imperial military which has begun to stagnate and allowed officers like Ozzel and Needa rise to their positions and sit comfortably there. Needa is a perfect example of what was wrong with the Empire at its core: a lack of imagination and inability to innovate, improvise, and think on the fly. All things Vader himself values and ''excels'' at.film itself.
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