History Literature / CloneWarsGambit

8th Mar '18 12:41:38 AM CommanderVisor
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* BigDamnHeroes: It's Star Wars, so of course, quite frequently. [[spoiler: Padme]] rescues Obi-Wan and Bail at the end of Wild Space and [[spoiler: Mace, Ahsoka, Yoda, and half the order]] rescue Obi-Wan and Anakin at the end of Stealth.

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* BigDamnHeroes: It's Star Wars, so of course, quite frequently. [[spoiler: Padme]] rescues Obi-Wan and Bail at the end of Wild Space and [[spoiler: Mace, [[spoiler:Mace, Ahsoka, Yoda, and half the order]] rescue Obi-Wan and Anakin at the end of Stealth. "Stealth".
* CallForward:
** Callista and Master Altis are prominent characters in Rebellion-era works.



** Dooku notes to Ventress that one day, out of arrogance, some Jedi Master might decide to remove the no-attachment rule and let there be families, which will lead into dynasties. Half a century later, this is how Luke runs the new Jedi Order, and a new Empire would be formed from the family of Jagged and Jaina--Luke’s own niece.

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** Dooku notes to Ventress that one day, out of arrogance, some Jedi Master might decide to remove the no-attachment rule and let there be families, which will lead into dynasties. Half a century later, this is how Luke runs the new Jedi Order, and [[ComicBook/StarWarsLegacy a new Empire Empire]] would be formed from the family of Jagged and Jaina--Luke’s own niece.
26th Feb '18 1:40:05 PM MasterFuzzy
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** Taria seems to imply that she and Obi-Wan were occasionaly more than just friends.
** In ''No Prisoners'', future Imperial Admiral Pellaeon is called on to rescue his Intelligence-agent lover, with help from Ahsoka, Rex, and Anakin, and Master Altis's renegade sect of Jedi (including married Jedi.) Basically nobody of legal age is a ChasteHero.

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** Taria seems to and Obi-Wan both imply that she and Obi-Wan were occasionaly occasionally more than just friends.
** In ''No Prisoners'', future Imperial Admiral Pellaeon is called on to rescue his Intelligence-agent lover, with help from Ahsoka, Rex, and Anakin, and Master Altis's renegade sect of Jedi (including married Jedi.) Jedi). Basically nobody of legal age is a ChasteHero.



* {{Determinator}}: Obi-Wan, to a nigh-ridiculous extent. On a Sith planet, unable to access the Light Side, with minimal food and water, undergoing nonstop psychic torture for ''three days straight,'' still retains his mind and inner strength, though there are a couple of close shaves.



* TheMentor: Despite having an apprentice of his own, Anakin is still very much a student of Obi-Wan's, while Ahsoka clearly looks up to him as well. Even Greti, a village girl on Lanteeb, becomes Obi-Wan's informal apprentice.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Bail Organa, Padme.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Bail Organa, Padme.Padme, Yoda.


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* SnarkToSnarkCombat: Obi-Wan and Anakin (''all the time''), Obi-Wan and Ahsoka, Obi-Wan and Bail, Obi-Wan and Padmé...[[CaptainObvious there's kind of a theme here.]]
8th Feb '18 5:48:22 PM TruebloodJoe
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16th Jan '18 4:52:34 PM Twiddler
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''Clone Wars Gambit'' is a series of five books that expand on the story of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The first book loosely covers the film, while the others are new stories set in the same era, generally during or between episodes of the show. Originally, Karen Traviss was going to write three of the books, and Creator/KarenMiller would write two. However, Miller was later set to write the last novel as well instead of Traviss, who has [[http://clubjade.net/?p=18822 completely stopped writing]] in the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse''.

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''Clone Wars Gambit'' is a series of five books that expand on the story of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The first book loosely covers the film, while the others are new stories set in the same era, generally during or between episodes of the show. Originally, Karen Traviss Creator/KarenTraviss was going to write three of the books, and Creator/KarenMiller would write two. However, Miller was later set to write the last novel as well instead of Traviss, who has [[http://clubjade.net/?p=18822 completely stopped writing]] in the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse''.
30th Nov '17 1:24:55 PM Eievie
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''Clone Wars Gambit'' is a series of five books that expand on the story of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The first book loosely covers the film, while the others are new stories set in the same era, generally during or between episodes of the show. Originally, Karen Traviss was going to write three of the books, and Karen Miller would write two. However, Miller was later set to write the last novel as well instead of Traviss, who has [[http://clubjade.net/?p=18822 completely stopped writing]] in the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse''.

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''Clone Wars Gambit'' is a series of five books that expand on the story of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The first book loosely covers the film, while the others are new stories set in the same era, generally during or between episodes of the show. Originally, Karen Traviss was going to write three of the books, and Karen Miller Creator/KarenMiller would write two. However, Miller was later set to write the last novel as well instead of Traviss, who has [[http://clubjade.net/?p=18822 completely stopped writing]] in the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse''.
9th Nov '17 9:31:37 PM CommanderVisor
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* ActionGirl: Ashoka, Taria, Aayla, all the female Jedi, and occasionally Padme.

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* ActionGirl: Ashoka, Ahsoka, Taria, Aayla, all the female Jedi, and occasionally Padme.


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* ContinuityNod:
** Dooku notes to Ventress that one day, out of arrogance, some Jedi Master might decide to remove the no-attachment rule and let there be families, which will lead into dynasties. Half a century later, this is how Luke runs the new Jedi Order, and a new Empire would be formed from the family of Jagged and Jaina--Luke’s own niece.


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* AFatherToHisMen: Pellaeon treats the Clone Troopers as people and takes time to talk with them whenever one of their own is killed, since they have no other family to notify.


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* OneDegreeOfSeparation: Basically, a bunch of ''Legends'' characters and ''The Clone Wars'' characters meet each other. For example, Pellaeon is an old friend of Rex.
17th May '17 11:31:17 PM Twiddler
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30th Jan '17 6:07:16 PM julietvalcouer
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** In ''No Prisoners'', future Imperial Admiral Pellaeon is called on to rescue his Intelligence-agent lover, with help from Ahsoka, Rex, and Anakin, and Master Altis's renegade sect of Jedi (including married Jedi.) Basically nobody of legal age is a ChasteHero.
22nd Aug '15 1:45:18 PM HeraldAlberich
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Obi-Wan and Anakin, of the more [[VitriolicBestBuds snappy]] variety as in the CloneWars TV series.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Obi-Wan and Anakin, of the more [[VitriolicBestBuds snappy]] variety as in the CloneWars ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' TV series.
5th Jun '14 1:23:09 PM KingClark
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The Clone Wars novels is a series of five books that expand on the story of StarWarsTheCloneWars. The first book loosely covers the film, while the others are new stories set in the same era, generally during or between episodes of the show. Originally, Karen Traviss was going to write three of the books, and Karen Miller would write two. However, Miller was later set to write the last novel as well instead of Traviss, who has [[http://clubjade.net/?p=18822 completely stopped writing]] in the StarWarsExpandedUniverse.

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The Clone ''Clone Wars novels Gambit'' is a series of five books that expand on the story of StarWarsTheCloneWars.''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The first book loosely covers the film, while the others are new stories set in the same era, generally during or between episodes of the show. Originally, Karen Traviss was going to write three of the books, and Karen Miller would write two. However, Miller was later set to write the last novel as well instead of Traviss, who has [[http://clubjade.net/?p=18822 completely stopped writing]] in the StarWarsExpandedUniverse.
''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse''.


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In spite of Disney's decision to keep the parent material canon and place everything else under an AlternateContinuity, these works are now no longer considered to be canonical to ''The Clone Wars'', and by extension, the new Expanded Universe and the franchise as a whole.
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