History Trivia / StarWarsTheCloneWars

27th Sep '16 1:54:05 AM CaptainTedium
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Just like what happened to certain [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen other]] [[WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan shows]] when Disney purchased Marvel, Clone Wars ended up getting cancelled after Disney decided they'd rather invest in their own cartoon. The silver lining though is the remainder of the series will air on Netflix.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Just like what happened to certain [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen other]] [[WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan shows]] when Disney purchased Marvel, Clone Wars ended up getting cancelled after Disney decided they'd rather invest in their own cartoon. The silver lining though is the remainder of the series will air series' completed episodes premiered on Netflix.Netflix, two unfinished episode arcs were screened on two separate occasions and subsequently uploaded to the Internet, and episodes that didn't make it past writing the scripts were adapted to a comic book miniseries called ''ComicBook/DarthMaulSonOfDathomir'' and a novel called ''Literature/DarkDisciple''.
26th Sep '16 5:16:01 PM TropesForever
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** Anthony Daniels returned as C-3PO,

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** Anthony Daniels Creator/AnthonyDaniels returned as C-3PO,
23rd Aug '16 11:31:37 AM DecafGrub47393
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* NoExportForYou: The Lost Missions (Season 6), which was only released in the US, Canada, Germany and Australia, but even then Australia had to wait for the home video versions.
16th Aug '16 12:03:39 AM DevinMeenan
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* CastingGag: Darth Bane, the originator of the modern Sith order and as such the GreaterScopeVillain of the franchise, is voiced by Luke Skywalker himself, Creator/MarkHamill.

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* CastingGag: Darth Bane, the originator of the modern Sith order and as such the GreaterScopeVillain of the franchise, is voiced by [[Creator/MarkHamill Luke Skywalker himself, Creator/MarkHamill. himself]].
16th Aug '16 12:02:34 AM DevinMeenan
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* CastingGag: Darth Bane, the originator of the modern Sith order and as such the GreaterScopeVillain of the franchise, is voiced by Luke Skywalker himself, Creator/MarkHamill.
22nd Jul '16 4:43:29 AM Werebazs
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** ARC trooper Alpha-17 was going to be a character in the show until George Lucas nixed the idea because it would mean having too many names beginning with A. As a result, we got Rex, who's [[{{Expy}} similar to Alpha]], but with a different name.
** Plo Koon was originally going to speak only in his Kel Dor language, but it posed problems for him communicating with his fellow troopers, so they decided to have him speak in Basic (the English language of Star Wars).
** Mace Windu and Boba Fett's talk in the end of "Lethal Trackdown" was going to be longer, but had to be cut for time, hence why it feels incredibly rushed.
** Darth Bane and [[KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Revan]] were to appear in "Ghosts of Mortis", even getting all the way to modeling, but were cut because them appearing as force ghosts seemed counterintuitive to the now established means for how a force user can appear as one.
*** In season 6's episode, "Sacrifice", Darth Bane and a great many other unnamed Sith Lords do show up as Force Ghosts to taunt Yoda. Even considering the nature of Revan and his alignment to the force, it is possible that Revan was there too.
** Originally, at the end of "Carnage of Krell", Captain Rex was originally going to be the one to kill the traitorous [[spoiler: General Pong Krell]], but ultimately, they decided it didn't fit Rex, so they ultimately had [[spoiler: Dogma]] be the one to pull the trigger.
** For a short while the season five finale was intended to end with [[spoiler: Ahsoka just going back to the order as if nothing happened]] but the majority of the writers felt it would be a good time to break away.
** Filoni revealed quite a few of these during the 2013 Star Wars Celebration Europe 2:
*** During the run of the series, he tried multiple times to have Ahsoka [[HorseOfADifferentColor ride on the back of a]] wolf. And if his comments at Celebration Europe 2016 are any indicator, he may have finally succeeded in what would have been the Season 8 finale.
*** There was story-line planned that would've tied the series into the events of Film/RevengeOfTheSith. However it was rejected by Lucas, before the cancellation.
*** There would've been a Yoda-Wookies-arc, had the series not been canceled.
** Creator/AshleyEckstein originally auditioned for the role of Padmé, but they found she sounded "too young" for her. However they also found her perfect for Ahsoka.
** The series ending Yoda-arc was supposed to include the Priestesses talking about the Father to Yoda, but it didn't make it past the first scripts.
** [[http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/2014/03/10/to-fans-of-star-wars-the-clone-wars-thank-you/ A blog post]] by Dave Filoni revealed several things that were planned for the future of the show, such as:
*** A new Quinlan Vos story, including a duel with Darth Maul (though apparently that was supposed to be in ''Son of Dathomir'' but was cut).
*** The return of Lee-Char.
*** Another Ahsoka/Bo-Katan team-up.
*** Boba Fett, Cad Bane, Bossk, Embo, and more in a new bounty hunter arc inspired by ''Film/TheSearchers'', with Bane observing Boba to finally resolve whether he or Jango was the better hunter.
*** The return of a NotQuiteDead Echo.
** Writer Brent Friedman also revealed a number of interesting factoids about the planned future episodes for the show [[http://makingstarwars.net/2014/05/brent-friedman-writer-clone-wars-talks-season-7-8/ on his Twitter]].
*** An arc about a group of soldiers known as "The Bad Batch", which would feature the return of Echo.
*** Multiple Bounty Hunter arcs were in development.
*** Captain Rex had a story arc that would involve him being injured, which also would have focused on he and R2-D2 working with a reprogrammed Super Battle Droid, which would be destroyed by the end of the arc and its death would effect Rex. Later described as a 'Top Gun'-style arc.
*** Another Yoda-centered arc was planned. The 2016 Celebration Europe reveals that this would involve Ahsoka joining forces with Anakin and Obi-Wan to protect him from an unidentified threat based in the Coruscant underworld.
*** A major arc would center around Anakin dealing with Ahsoka's absence.
** On the bright side, the ''Son Of Dathomir'' comic series and the forthcoming novel ''Dark Disciple'' are signs that the untold tales of ''The Clone Wars'' will make it into circulation one way or another. The above events discussed for unproduced episodes will likely be canonized.
* Star Wars Rebels, the follow-up successor, hinted abandoned concepts that never came into play in ''The Clone Wars''.
** Sometime after Ahsoka's departure, there are implications she had a run-in with Maul. Also, ''Rebels'' state that she last saw Anakin runnig to save the Chancellor.
* Celebration Anaheim revealed many, many things such as:
** The Yoda-Wookie arc would have taken place after the Bad Batch arc and Yoda and the Bad Batch would work with Wookies to fend off Separatists and Trandosians. There would've been much more mysticism involved including Wookies summoning tree gods to help them fight the invaders and a conflict between the Bad Batch and the Wookies. Also the mantis-esque enemies from Knights of the Old Republic would have appeared.
** An arc about the Pykes, with possibly Ahsoka as the main character.
** An arc about Ahsoka living after the Wrong Jedi Arc, including her getting swindled by a crooked salesman who sells her a broken used speeder. Filoni also hinted that Barriss Offee may have returned in this arc.
** Barriss was originally going to commit suicide after she confessed to her crimes via blowing herself up, but Filoni spared her so he could use her later.
** A Mandalore vs Separatists arc.
*** That would've been in ''[[ComicBook/DarthMaulSonOfDathomir Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir]]''.
** An arc that would've been an 'X Files' arc, something creepy and disturbing and it was possibly a Yuuzhan Vong as well
** Another giant crystal arc.
** Kyle Newman voicing a Toong.
** An Eight part Vos/Ventress arc that was turned into the Dark Disciple novel. It would've had Vos act a lot like his comic book persona.
** Paul Dini revealed on a podcast that he came up with two episode ideas that were never used: One involved Anakin and Padme going to a bar to hire a mercenary, seeing a big guy that looked like Lobo from DC comics, only to see that the mercenary they were looking for is an Ewok. The other was a 'Horton Hears a Who' story starring Jar-Jar Binks who finds out a planet the Republic will be testing weapons on has life and he tries to convince the senate of the species' existence.
* Celebration Europe in 2016 reveals more about the Ahsoka-centric arcs:
** The arc with her being sold a broke used speeder would have revolved around her trying to learn how to survive out in the world outside the Jedi Temple, where she would have had a romantic relationship with a smuggler named Nix Okami.
** Her next arc would have been working with Anakin and Obi-Wan while attempting to rescue/protect Yoda from factions in the Coruscant underworld attempting to assassinate him. This arc would have revealed the existence of a Sith Temple buried beneath the Jedi Temple (a detail confirmed by the novel [[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]), and a pseudo-duel between '''[[HolyShitQuotient Ahsoka and Darth Sidious.]]''' Granted, the duel mainly consisted of Ahsoka attempting to lock down a holocron vault using her lightsaber as a makeshift welding torch while Palpatine uses the lightsaber as a conduit through which to blast her with force lightning, but awesome nevertheless. And the fact that, per WordOfGod, all of the unreleased episode scripts are still canon, we repeat, '''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome all of this is canon.]]]
** The ''true'' series finale would have been "the Siege of Mandalore", continuously oft-referenced in ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rebels]]''. Ahsoka [[EnemyMine teams up with Bo-Katan and whatever Mandalorian loyalists remain of Death Watch to retake Mandalore from Darth Maul]] once he returns after the events of ''Son of Dathomir''. The Republic sends Anakin, Obi-Wan, and their respective clone units to lead the invasion to throw Maul off of Mandalore. But after the first episode of the arc, Yoda would have [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith called them back to Coruscant to rescue Palpatine.]] Before they leave, Anakin has one last conversation with Ahsoka where he tells her [[SoProudOfYou how proud he is of her]] before giving her command of Rex and ''half of the 501st troopers under her command,'' all of whom bar Rex have painted their armor orange and white to match her facial markings in honor of her. Ahsoka would have dueled '''Darth Maul''', and in some capacity, '''wins'''. When [[ThePurge Order 66]] goes down, the Clone Troopers pursuing her (except for Rex, who removed his control chip earlier on) are devoured by a "forest" of ''[[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant wolves.]]'' And the best part is that all of this [[AmbiguousSituation (except maybe the wolves)]] is, say it with us, '''canon.'''

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** ARC trooper Alpha-17 was going to be a character in the show until George Lucas nixed the idea because it would mean having too many names beginning with A. As a result, we got Rex, who's [[{{Expy}} similar to Alpha]], but with a different name.
** Plo Koon was originally going to speak only in his Kel Dor language, but it posed problems for him communicating with his fellow troopers, so they decided to have him speak in Basic (the English language of Star Wars).
** Mace Windu and Boba Fett's talk in the end of "Lethal Trackdown" was going to be longer, but had to be cut for time, hence why it feels incredibly rushed.
** Darth Bane and [[KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Revan]] were to appear in "Ghosts of Mortis", even getting all the way to modeling, but were cut because them appearing as force ghosts seemed counterintuitive to the now established means for how a force user can appear as one.
*** In season 6's episode, "Sacrifice", Darth Bane and a great many other unnamed Sith Lords do show up as Force Ghosts to taunt Yoda. Even considering the nature of Revan and his alignment to the force, it is possible that Revan was there too.
** Originally, at the end of "Carnage of Krell", Captain Rex was originally going to be the one to kill the traitorous [[spoiler: General Pong Krell]], but ultimately, they decided it didn't fit Rex, so they ultimately had [[spoiler: Dogma]] be the one to pull the trigger.
** For a short while the season five finale was intended to end with [[spoiler: Ahsoka just going back to the order as if nothing happened]] but the majority of the writers felt it would be a good time to break away.
** Filoni revealed quite a few of these during the 2013 Star Wars Celebration Europe 2:
*** During the run of the series, he tried multiple times to have Ahsoka [[HorseOfADifferentColor ride on the back of a]] wolf. And if his comments at Celebration Europe 2016 are any indicator, he may have finally succeeded in what would have been the Season 8 finale.
*** There was story-line planned that would've tied the series into the events of Film/RevengeOfTheSith. However it was rejected by Lucas, before the cancellation.
*** There would've been a Yoda-Wookies-arc, had the series not been canceled.
** Creator/AshleyEckstein originally auditioned for the role of Padmé, but they found she sounded "too young" for her. However they also found her perfect for Ahsoka.
** The series ending Yoda-arc was supposed to include the Priestesses talking about the Father to Yoda, but it didn't make it past the first scripts.
** [[http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/2014/03/10/to-fans-of-star-wars-the-clone-wars-thank-you/ A blog post]] by Dave Filoni revealed several things that were planned for the future of the show, such as:
*** A new Quinlan Vos story, including a duel with Darth Maul (though apparently that was supposed to be in ''Son of Dathomir'' but was cut).
*** The return of Lee-Char.
*** Another Ahsoka/Bo-Katan team-up.
*** Boba Fett, Cad Bane, Bossk, Embo, and more in a new bounty hunter arc inspired by ''Film/TheSearchers'', with Bane observing Boba to finally resolve whether he or Jango was the better hunter.
*** The return of a NotQuiteDead Echo.
** Writer Brent Friedman also revealed a number of interesting factoids about the planned future episodes for the show [[http://makingstarwars.net/2014/05/brent-friedman-writer-clone-wars-talks-season-7-8/ on his Twitter]].
*** An arc about a group of soldiers known as "The Bad Batch", which would feature the return of Echo.
*** Multiple Bounty Hunter arcs were in development.
*** Captain Rex had a story arc that would involve him being injured, which also would have focused on he and R2-D2 working with a reprogrammed Super Battle Droid, which would be destroyed by the end of the arc and its death would effect Rex. Later described as a 'Top Gun'-style arc.
*** Another Yoda-centered arc was planned. The 2016 Celebration Europe reveals that this would involve Ahsoka joining forces with Anakin and Obi-Wan to protect him from an unidentified threat based in the Coruscant underworld.
*** A major arc would center around Anakin dealing with Ahsoka's absence.
** On the bright side, the ''Son Of Dathomir'' comic series and the forthcoming novel ''Dark Disciple'' are signs that the untold tales of ''The Clone Wars'' will make it into circulation one way or another. The above events discussed for unproduced episodes will likely be canonized.
* Star Wars Rebels, the follow-up successor, hinted abandoned concepts that never came into play in ''The Clone Wars''.
** Sometime after Ahsoka's departure, there are implications she had a run-in with Maul. Also, ''Rebels'' state that she last saw Anakin runnig to save the Chancellor.
* Celebration Anaheim revealed many, many things such as:
** The Yoda-Wookie arc would have taken place after the Bad Batch arc and Yoda and the Bad Batch would work with Wookies to fend off Separatists and Trandosians. There would've been much more mysticism involved including Wookies summoning tree gods to help them fight the invaders and a conflict between the Bad Batch and the Wookies. Also the mantis-esque enemies from Knights of the Old Republic would have appeared.
** An arc about the Pykes, with possibly Ahsoka as the main character.
** An arc about Ahsoka living after the Wrong Jedi Arc, including her getting swindled by a crooked salesman who sells her a broken used speeder. Filoni also hinted that Barriss Offee may have returned in this arc.
** Barriss was originally going to commit suicide after she confessed to her crimes via blowing herself up, but Filoni spared her so he could use her later.
** A Mandalore vs Separatists arc.
*** That would've been in ''[[ComicBook/DarthMaulSonOfDathomir Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir]]''.
** An arc that would've been an 'X Files' arc, something creepy and disturbing and it was possibly a Yuuzhan Vong as well
** Another giant crystal arc.
** Kyle Newman voicing a Toong.
** An Eight part Vos/Ventress arc that was turned into the Dark Disciple novel. It would've had Vos act a lot like his comic book persona.
** Paul Dini revealed on a podcast that he came up with two episode ideas that were never used: One involved Anakin and Padme going to a bar to hire a mercenary, seeing a big guy that looked like Lobo from DC comics, only to see that the mercenary they were looking for is an Ewok. The other was a 'Horton Hears a Who' story starring Jar-Jar Binks who finds out a planet the Republic will be testing weapons on has life and he tries to convince the senate of the species' existence.
* Celebration Europe in 2016 reveals more about the Ahsoka-centric arcs:
** The arc with her being sold a broke used speeder would have revolved around her trying to learn how to survive out in the world outside the Jedi Temple, where she would have had a romantic relationship with a smuggler named Nix Okami.
** Her next arc would have been working with Anakin and Obi-Wan while attempting to rescue/protect Yoda from factions in the Coruscant underworld attempting to assassinate him. This arc would have revealed the existence of a Sith Temple buried beneath the Jedi Temple (a detail confirmed by the novel [[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]), and a pseudo-duel between '''[[HolyShitQuotient Ahsoka and Darth Sidious.]]''' Granted, the duel mainly consisted of Ahsoka attempting to lock down a holocron vault using her lightsaber as a makeshift welding torch while Palpatine uses the lightsaber as a conduit through which to blast her with force lightning, but awesome nevertheless. And the fact that, per WordOfGod, all of the unreleased episode scripts are still canon, we repeat, '''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome all of this is canon.]]]
** The ''true'' series finale would have been "the Siege of Mandalore", continuously oft-referenced in ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rebels]]''. Ahsoka [[EnemyMine teams up with Bo-Katan and whatever Mandalorian loyalists remain of Death Watch to retake Mandalore from Darth Maul]] once he returns after the events of ''Son of Dathomir''. The Republic sends Anakin, Obi-Wan, and their respective clone units to lead the invasion to throw Maul off of Mandalore. But after the first episode of the arc, Yoda would have [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith called them back to Coruscant to rescue Palpatine.]] Before they leave, Anakin has one last conversation with Ahsoka where he tells her [[SoProudOfYou how proud he is of her]] before giving her command of Rex and ''half of the 501st troopers under her command,'' all of whom bar Rex have painted their armor orange and white to match her facial markings in honor of her. Ahsoka would have dueled '''Darth Maul''', and in some capacity, '''wins'''. When [[ThePurge Order 66]] goes down, the Clone Troopers pursuing her (except for Rex, who removed his control chip earlier on) are devoured by a "forest" of ''[[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant wolves.]]'' And the best part is that all of this [[AmbiguousSituation (except maybe the wolves)]] is, say it with us, '''canon.'''
WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[WhatCouldHaveBeen/StarWarsTheCloneWars See here.]]
15th Jul '16 6:38:22 PM CommanderVisor
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** Her next arc would have been working with Anakin and Obi-Wan while attempting to rescue/protect Yoda from factions in the Coruscant underworld attempting to assassinate him. This arc would have revealed the existence of a sith temple buried in the lowest levels of the Coruscant underworld (a detail confirmed by the novel [[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]), and a quasi-duel between [[HolyShitQuotient ''AHSOKA AND DARTH SIDIOUS!!!'']] Granted, the duel mainly consisted of Ahsoka attempting to lock down a holocron vault using her lightsaber as a makeshift welding torch while Palpatine uses the lightsaber as a conduit through which to blast her with force lightning, but awesome nevertheless. And the fact that, per WordOfGod, all of the unreleased episode scripts are still canon, [[CrowningMomentOfAweseome '''THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED IN CANON!!!''']]]
** The ''true'' series finale would have been the oft-referenced in Rebels "Siege of Mandalore." Ahsoka teams up with Bo-Katan to retake Mandalore from Darth Maul once he returns after the events of ''Son of Dathomir.'' The Republic sends Anakin, Obi-Wan, and their respective clone units to lead the invasion to throw Maul off of Mandalore. But after the first episode of the arc, Yoda would have [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith called them back to Coruscant to rescue Palpatine.]] Before they leave, Anakin has one last conversation with Ahsoka where he tells her [[SoProudOfYou how proud he is of her]] before giving her command of Rex and ''half of the 501st troopers under her command,'' all of whom bar Rex have painted their armor orange and white to match her facial markings in honor of her. Ahsoka would have dueled ''''DARTH @#$%ING MAUL'''. When order 66 goes down, the Clone Troopers pursuing her (except for Rex, who removes his control chip) are devoured by a "forest" of [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever ''giant wolves.'']] And the best part is that all of this [[AmbiguousSituation (except maybe the wolves)]] is '''CANON!!!'''

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** Her next arc would have been working with Anakin and Obi-Wan while attempting to rescue/protect Yoda from factions in the Coruscant underworld attempting to assassinate him. This arc would have revealed the existence of a sith temple Sith Temple buried in beneath the lowest levels of the Coruscant underworld Jedi Temple (a detail confirmed by the novel [[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]), and a quasi-duel pseudo-duel between [[HolyShitQuotient ''AHSOKA AND DARTH SIDIOUS!!!'']] '''[[HolyShitQuotient Ahsoka and Darth Sidious.]]''' Granted, the duel mainly consisted of Ahsoka attempting to lock down a holocron vault using her lightsaber as a makeshift welding torch while Palpatine uses the lightsaber as a conduit through which to blast her with force lightning, but awesome nevertheless. And the fact that, per WordOfGod, all of the unreleased episode scripts are still canon, [[CrowningMomentOfAweseome '''THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED IN CANON!!!''']]]
we repeat, '''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome all of this is canon.]]]
** The ''true'' series finale would have been the "the Siege of Mandalore", continuously oft-referenced in Rebels "Siege of Mandalore." ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rebels]]''. Ahsoka [[EnemyMine teams up with Bo-Katan and whatever Mandalorian loyalists remain of Death Watch to retake Mandalore from Darth Maul Maul]] once he returns after the events of ''Son of Dathomir.'' Dathomir''. The Republic sends Anakin, Obi-Wan, and their respective clone units to lead the invasion to throw Maul off of Mandalore. But after the first episode of the arc, Yoda would have [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith called them back to Coruscant to rescue Palpatine.]] Before they leave, Anakin has one last conversation with Ahsoka where he tells her [[SoProudOfYou how proud he is of her]] before giving her command of Rex and ''half of the 501st troopers under her command,'' all of whom bar Rex have painted their armor orange and white to match her facial markings in honor of her. Ahsoka would have dueled ''''DARTH @#$%ING MAUL'''. '''Darth Maul''', and in some capacity, '''wins'''. When order 66 [[ThePurge Order 66]] goes down, the Clone Troopers pursuing her (except for Rex, who removes removed his control chip) chip earlier on) are devoured by a "forest" of [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever ''giant ''[[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant wolves.'']] ]]'' And the best part is that all of this [[AmbiguousSituation (except maybe the wolves)]] is '''CANON!!!''' is, say it with us, '''canon.'''
15th Jul '16 12:56:13 PM EmperorMax2019
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*** During the run of the series, he tried multiple times to have Ahsoka [[HorseOfADifferentColor ride on the back of a]] wolf.

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*** During the run of the series, he tried multiple times to have Ahsoka [[HorseOfADifferentColor ride on the back of a]] wolf. And if his comments at Celebration Europe 2016 are any indicator, he may have finally succeeded in what would have been the Season 8 finale.



*** Captain Rex had a story arc that would involve him being injured, which also would have focused on he and R2-D2 working with a reprogrammed Super Battle Droid, which would be destroyed by the end of the arc and its death would effect Rex.
*** Another Yoda-centered arc was planned.

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*** Captain Rex had a story arc that would involve him being injured, which also would have focused on he and R2-D2 working with a reprogrammed Super Battle Droid, which would be destroyed by the end of the arc and its death would effect Rex.
Rex. Later described as a 'Top Gun'-style arc.
*** Another Yoda-centered arc was planned. The 2016 Celebration Europe reveals that this would involve Ahsoka joining forces with Anakin and Obi-Wan to protect him from an unidentified threat based in the Coruscant underworld.



** A 'Top Gun' arc with Rex and R2
** A Mandalore vs Separatists arc.

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** A 'Top Gun' arc with Rex and R2
** A Mandalore vs Separatists arc.




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* Celebration Europe in 2016 reveals more about the Ahsoka-centric arcs:
** The arc with her being sold a broke used speeder would have revolved around her trying to learn how to survive out in the world outside the Jedi Temple, where she would have had a romantic relationship with a smuggler named Nix Okami.
** Her next arc would have been working with Anakin and Obi-Wan while attempting to rescue/protect Yoda from factions in the Coruscant underworld attempting to assassinate him. This arc would have revealed the existence of a sith temple buried in the lowest levels of the Coruscant underworld (a detail confirmed by the novel [[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]), and a quasi-duel between [[HolyShitQuotient ''AHSOKA AND DARTH SIDIOUS!!!'']] Granted, the duel mainly consisted of Ahsoka attempting to lock down a holocron vault using her lightsaber as a makeshift welding torch while Palpatine uses the lightsaber as a conduit through which to blast her with force lightning, but awesome nevertheless. And the fact that, per WordOfGod, all of the unreleased episode scripts are still canon, [[CrowningMomentOfAweseome '''THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED IN CANON!!!''']]]
** The ''true'' series finale would have been the oft-referenced in Rebels "Siege of Mandalore." Ahsoka teams up with Bo-Katan to retake Mandalore from Darth Maul once he returns after the events of ''Son of Dathomir.'' The Republic sends Anakin, Obi-Wan, and their respective clone units to lead the invasion to throw Maul off of Mandalore. But after the first episode of the arc, Yoda would have [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith called them back to Coruscant to rescue Palpatine.]] Before they leave, Anakin has one last conversation with Ahsoka where he tells her [[SoProudOfYou how proud he is of her]] before giving her command of Rex and ''half of the 501st troopers under her command,'' all of whom bar Rex have painted their armor orange and white to match her facial markings in honor of her. Ahsoka would have dueled ''''DARTH @#$%ING MAUL'''. When order 66 goes down, the Clone Troopers pursuing her (except for Rex, who removes his control chip) are devoured by a "forest" of [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever ''giant wolves.'']] And the best part is that all of this [[AmbiguousSituation (except maybe the wolves)]] is '''CANON!!!'''
10th Jun '16 8:17:24 PM CarolC
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* Star Wars Rebels, the follow-up successor, hinted abandoned concepts that never came into play in ''The Clone Wars''.
** Sometime after Ahsoka's departure, there are implications she had a run-in with Maul. Also, ''Rebels'' state that she last saw Anakin runnig to save the Chancellor.


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13th May '16 12:50:40 AM BNSF1995
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* ChannelHop: Due to Disney acquiring Lucasfilm, the series was pulled from CartoonNetwork after its fifth season concluded. The sixth and final season wound up on {{Creator/Netflix}}.

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* ChannelHop: Due to Disney acquiring Lucasfilm, the series was pulled from CartoonNetwork after its fifth season concluded.concluded, most likely because the prospect of Ted Turner profiting off a Disney-owned IP was unfathomable to Bob Iger. The sixth and final season wound up on {{Creator/Netflix}}.
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