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31st May '17 1:59:25 PM AthenaBlue
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[[WMG:The Empire wasn't able to access the list of Force-sensitive children]]
In the season 2 premiere arc, it's revealed the Jedi have a list of Force-sensitive children, future Jedi, that's stored on a DataCrystal that can only be read by a Jedi Holocron. In ''Rebels'', it's revealed that Jedi and Sith holocrons can't be opened by Force-users of the opposite philosophy. Near the end of "Children of the Force", after the stolen holocron and crystal are recovered, Mace Windu says that there's no evidence that the list was copied. Therefore, it's possible that the Empire may not have been able to access the list, and therefore seize all of the children on it.
30th May '17 2:56:30 PM JohnHitchcock42
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[[WMG: Barriss Offee had strong feelings for Ahsoka]]

We already know that in the Old Republic, Jedi Knights were supposed to avoid personal attachments. This is of course easier said than done.Presumably, this also includes sexual attachments, yet I'd find it hard to imagine that the Jedi, as imperfect organic beings, are able to fully repress biological or sexual instincts. Sexual repression can be a very dangerous situation, and with its enforcement in the Jedi Temple, it is technically hard to know the actual sexual orientation of most of its members.

Now let us suppose for a moment that Barriss was in fact lesbian or bisexual. It is worth noting that her closest relationships in the show were often with other women (in the case of both Luminara and Ahsoka). Prior to the events of season five, it was also established that Barriss and Ahsoka were very close friends. But Ahsoka was committed to her Jedi studies and also knew the rules about personal attachments.

This leads me to an interesting theory: supposing Barriss saw their relationship as something deeper? As in, Barriss started to develop affection towards Ahsoka, and perhaps started to see Ahsoka as something more than just a friend. In short, I'm suggesting that at some point during the events of the Clone Wars, Barriss developed a crush on Ahsoka.

Meanwhile, Ahsoka has never shown any real interest in pursuing romantic relationships. Though she does develop some close friendships in both The Clone Wars and Rebels, she never seems interested in pursuing a sexual encounter. If indeed Barriss had started to develop affection towards Ahsoka, than could she not have perceived the latter's commitment to Jedi values as a form of rejection? To make a long story short, Barriss saw Ahsoka as a lover, and felt betrayed because the latter did not reciprocate those feelings.

This also drives Barriss during the events of Season Five. Although Barriss meant what she said regarding her views of the order and her motives behind the actual bombing, she was also motivated by sexual frustration. After believing she was rejected by Ahsoka, and being unable to express her true feelings, she started to resent her former friend, and eventually this turned to anger. That anger started small, but as Barriss started to distrust the order she began to project some of her own frustrations with Ahsoka on top of it. To make a long story short, Barriss felt betrayed by what she saw as a rejection and having projected her anger onto the Jedi began to feel the need to hurt Ahsoka.
28th May '17 6:32:26 PM AthenaBlue
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[[WMG:When Sifo-Dyas was killed]]
This is a proposed timeline of the events of Sifo-Dyas' death and the ordering of the clone army. (All of this takes place less than a year before the Trade Federation invasion of Naboo.)
* Sifo-Dyas, having heard of the Kaminoans and their expertise in cloning, goes to Kamino and makes arrangements regarding the creation of an army, supposedly on the orders of the Galactic Senate. He then returns to the Republic, and tells his "friend" Dooku (who, while he has fallen to the Dark Side and joined the Sith, has yet to formally leave the Jedi Order over supposed philosophical differences) about what he did on his trip. Dyas believes that he can still trust Dooku. Before he returns to Kamino, he must locate a suitable gene donor for the clone army. It is possible that Dooku offers to help, out of the kindness of his heart, you understand.
* Chancellor Valorum contacts Sifo-Dyas and asks him to secretly negotiate with the Pyke Syndicate to prevent a war between the various underworld factions. The Jedi Master departs for Oba Diah with Valorum's aide Silman. At the same time, Darth Sidious' spy or spies in the Chancellor's office report to the Sith Lord that he has sent a Jedi Master on a secret mission. Sidious informs Darth Tyranus, aka Dooku, of the situation, with the expected instructions.
* Shortly after Sifo-Dyas arrives at Oba Diah, before negotiations can begin, he receives instructions from the Jedi Council to deal with a tribal dispute on Felucia. When he leaves to deal with the situation, his shuttle is shot down by the Pykes, killing him, because a man they know only as Tyranus hired them to do so. The Pykes, on inspecting the crash site on Oba Diah's moon, locate both Sifo-Dyas' body and a still living Silman. They give Tyranus the Jedi Master's body as proof, but stash Silman away in their dungeon as potential leverage.
* Dooku/Tyranus goes to Felucia and uses his Dark Side powers to make the tribal leaders believe that Sifo-Dyas arrived on the planet alive, but was killed in an incident. Dooku, posing as another Jedi (at this point, technically speaking, he still is one), arranges for Sifo-Dyas to be cremated to conceal the true cause of death. At the time, the Jedi find nothing suspicious about the incident. It is probably shortly after this that Dooku publicly leaves the Order under a claim of "philosophical differences".
* Dooku, under his Sith name Tyranus, contacts the Kaminoans claiming to be Sifo-Dyas' representative. He also selects bounty hunter Jango Fett to be the gene donor for the clone army. At this point, the Trade Federation, acting under orders from Darth Sidious, is preparing to blockade the planet of Naboo.
25th May '17 7:52:52 AM Allronix
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[[WMG: The boisterous narrator is [[VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic Trooper companion M1-4x]], uploaded to the Republic Archives]]
* The ''Knights of the Fallen Empire'' arc shows [=M1-4x=] as being shuttled off to the Republic's propaganda office where his "[[NarmCharm unique]]" enthusiasm and patriotic programming came in handy. Say that even after his skills as a battle droid were obsolete, his enthusiasm for the Republic and knack for propaganda narration were still too valuable to discard. so, he's been uploaded to the Republic historical archives and continues cheerfully recounting the great achievements of the Republic's heroes. Though, if someone asked about Havoc Squad, you'd probably never get the droid to shut up.
8th May '17 2:50:48 PM AthenaBlue
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She was a year older than the maximum age for padawans, so that means she probably had a master before. Specifically, [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Knol_Ven%27nari Knol Ven'nari]]. She was killed shortly before Christophsis, and her Pyrokineses would explain Ahsoka's knack for surviving so many explosions.

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She was a year older than the maximum age for padawans, so that means she probably had a master before. Specifically, [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Knol_Ven%27nari Knol Ven'nari]]. She was killed shortly before Christophsis, and her Pyrokineses pyrokinesis would explain Ahsoka's knack for surviving so many explosions.
* Looking jossed, as new canon sources seem to have fourteen as the usual age for becoming a Padawan, as opposed to old canon's thirteen.



* Asaj Ventress will return to either serve the Sith or duel them.

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* Asaj Asajj Ventress will return to either serve the Sith or duel them.



* All have been JOSSED. It's [[LaResistance Cham Syndulla]]. This may also tie in with ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' seeing as both Cham and Hera have the same family name.

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* All have been JOSSED. It's [[LaResistance Cham Syndulla]]. This may also tie in with ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' seeing as both Cham and Hera have the same family name.
he's Hera's father.


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[[WMG:Why Rex didn't tell Cody about the control chips]]
We know that, as revealed on ''Rebels'', Fives' death prompted Rex to investigate and find out about the clones' control chips. Thanks to DoomedByCanon and ForegoneConclusion, we know that he wouldn't have been able to warn Cody about them. Thing is, though, that Rex and Cody were good friends, and no InUniverse explanation for why he didn't tell Cody about the chips has yet been stated. It seems that the most likely explanation has to do with the fact that, thanks to what happened to Fives, Rex would know that he had to be ''very'' careful, when investigating, about who he let in on this secret. Therefore, because of this entirely justified paranoia, Rex never found a good opportunity to tell Cody about the chips between when he found out about them and the last time he saw Cody, probably early on during the Siege of Mandalore.
21st Apr '17 7:39:00 PM Golondrina
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* Bonus points if KevinMichaelRichardson voices a Grey Jedi who's a descendant of [[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Jolee Bindo]].

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* Bonus points if KevinMichaelRichardson Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson voices a Grey Jedi who's a descendant of [[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Jolee Bindo]].
8th Apr '17 4:18:13 PM nombretomado
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With all the focus on her character ever since the PilotMovie, she'll likely go out in a massive HeroicSacrifice and be posthumously given the rank of Jedi Knight by the entire Council. The last few minutes will also directly lead into the beginning of ''[[RevengeOfTheSith Episode III]]'', followed by a FlashForward to the very end of ''ReturnOfTheJedi'' in which Ahsoka meets Anakin again for the first time in over twenty years (as Force Ghosts) and says that she always had faith that he'd come back.

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With all the focus on her character ever since the PilotMovie, she'll likely go out in a massive HeroicSacrifice and be posthumously given the rank of Jedi Knight by the entire Council. The last few minutes will also directly lead into the beginning of ''[[RevengeOfTheSith ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Episode III]]'', followed by a FlashForward to the very end of ''ReturnOfTheJedi'' ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' in which Ahsoka meets Anakin again for the first time in over twenty years (as Force Ghosts) and says that she always had faith that he'd come back.



*** Even as Vader, Ahsoka would be the last person still alive that he truly cared about, and he most likely ''would'' fake her death and tell her to go far away out of both his and the Empire's reach. This would reveal that there is still good left in him and foreshadow his ultimate sacrifice to come in ''ReturnOfTheJedi''. Bonus points if Ahsoka also had some kind of vision seeing this and tells him that there's still hope for him, right before she leaves.

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*** Even as Vader, Ahsoka would be the last person still alive that he truly cared about, and he most likely ''would'' fake her death and tell her to go far away out of both his and the Empire's reach. This would reveal that there is still good left in him and foreshadow his ultimate sacrifice to come in ''ReturnOfTheJedi''.''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. Bonus points if Ahsoka also had some kind of vision seeing this and tells him that there's still hope for him, right before she leaves.
19th Mar '17 11:48:57 AM nombretomado
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Because they're gonna have to end the show at some point, ending it possibly with what happens to Ahsoka. It'll also make sense to end it on Season six because then it will have two seasons for each year of the CW (three years). And if the writers want to continue with the stories of the characters that have been introduced (Ahsoka, Lux Bonteri, Cad Bane, Hondo) they could make a sequel series which covers the gap between ''RevengeOfTheSith'' and ''ANewHope''.

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Because they're gonna have to end the show at some point, ending it possibly with what happens to Ahsoka. It'll also make sense to end it on Season six because then it will have two seasons for each year of the CW (three years). And if the writers want to continue with the stories of the characters that have been introduced (Ahsoka, Lux Bonteri, Cad Bane, Hondo) they could make a sequel series which covers the gap between ''RevengeOfTheSith'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' and ''ANewHope''.''Film/ANewHope''.
3rd Mar '17 4:26:43 PM GoodOmensIsNonFiction
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***The formerly canon Dawn of the Jedi comics show the precursors of both the Sith and Jedi, the Je'daii, balanced light and dark, and considered straying too far towards the Light just as bad as falling into the Dark. They exiled them to different moons of Tython, Bogar for dark, and Ashla for light. So, yeah. She probably would have caused doom, too.
2nd Mar '17 10:25:07 PM CommanderVisor
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[[WMG: In the throne room, the woman that sides with Maul is Rook Kast and one of the men that also sides with Maul is Gar Saxon.]]
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