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20th Feb '17 1:46:22 AM CommanderVisor
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** In another WhatHappenedToTheMouse case, there's a theory going around that Thrawn gets sent to the Unknown Regions before ''Film/RogueOne'' and ''Film/ANewHope'' and remains there for the rest of the Original Trilogy, then contacting the Imperial Remnant and/or helping create the First Order.
19th Feb '17 11:46:20 PM CommanderVisor
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** ''The Clone Wars'' received complaints for its homogeneous population of mainly blonde Europeans for the Mandalorians. When ''Rebels'' introduced Sabine, that also got complaints, as it seemed to contradict how no Asian Mandalorians were seen in previous series. [[WordOfGod Rebels Recon]] for "Legacy of Mandalore" revealed that because the Mandalorians were conquerors in the past, other Human groups from other worlds were absorbed into their culture, including the predecessors of Clan Wren (who are also Asian).
19th Feb '17 11:13:45 PM CommanderVisor
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** Fenn Rau became one in Season 3 for his Mandalorian badassery and basically being Sabine's new space-uncle.



** The ending to the midseason trailer for Season 3 showing [[spoiler:Obi-Wan at a campfire and being confronted by Maul]] quickly got into jokes about how they're instead just going to roast hotdogs and marshmellows over the fire before the latter gets into a petty reason to fight the former, or literally just hang out by the campfire and nothing more.

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** The ending to the midseason trailer for Season 3 showing a scene from "Twin Suns" with [[spoiler:Obi-Wan at a campfire and being confronted by Maul]] quickly got into jokes about how they're instead just going to roast hotdogs hot-dogs and marshmellows marshmallows over the fire before the latter gets into a petty reason to fight the former, or literally just hang out by the campfire and nothing more.


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** "Kallus Simulator 2017"/"Kallus's VR Experience", 'Kallus has a [=GoPro=]', and so forth for Rebels Recon's preview for the intro of "Through Imperial Eyes", which basically shows Kallus waking up and rinsing his face.
19th Feb '17 5:18:18 PM KingClark
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** Yes, [[spoiler: Kallus]], why not send a 20-second message to your Rebel friends that solely contains ''congrtulations'' when you're fully aware that your Imperial higher-ups are just sniffing for an obvious enough clue to out you as a spy?

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** Yes, [[spoiler: Kallus]], [[spoiler:Kallus]], why not send a 20-second message to your Rebel friends that solely contains ''congrtulations'' ''congratulations'' when you're fully aware that your Imperial higher-ups are just sniffing for an obvious enough clue to out you as a spy?
19th Feb '17 5:05:08 PM NhazUl
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** Yes, [[spoiler: Kallus]], why not send a 20-second message to your Rebel friends that solely contains ''congrtulations'' when you're fully aware that your Imperial higher-ups are just sniffing for an obvious enough clue to out you as a spy?
19th Feb '17 3:15:05 AM KingClark
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* DracoInLeatherPants:
** While she's not ''that'' evil (at best, she's maybe an AntiVillain) so this is at least downplayed to some extent, Minister Tua isn't innocent, but Tumblr sure seems to think she is. Remember that Tua had a HeelRealization because her life was threatened, ''not'' because she had a [[HeelFaceTurn sudden change in heart]], as well as TheQuisling, due to being in a high position where she ''had'' to have known about her people's suffering under the Empire and being apathetic to it (except for possibly having lowered the cost for homes, if the PropagandaMachine was actually telling the truth). She's also prickly to people like other officers and is selective in who she treats kindly, so it's an indication that she isn't a NiceGirl. Did she deserve [[spoiler:to be coldly assassinated as a FalseFlagOperation]]? [[AlasPoorVillain No]], but she's not exactly someone you should place on a pedestal and praise.

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DracoInLeatherPants: While she's not ''that'' evil (at best, she's maybe an AntiVillain) so this is at least downplayed to some extent, Minister Tua isn't innocent, but Tumblr sure seems to think she is. Remember that Tua had a HeelRealization because her life was threatened, ''not'' because she had a [[HeelFaceTurn sudden change in heart]], as well as TheQuisling, due to being in a high position where she ''had'' to have known about her people's suffering under the Empire and being apathetic to it (except for possibly having lowered the cost for homes, if the PropagandaMachine was actually telling the truth). She's also prickly to people like other officers and is selective in who she treats kindly, so it's an indication that she isn't a NiceGirl. Did she deserve [[spoiler:to be coldly assassinated as a FalseFlagOperation]]? [[AlasPoorVillain No]], but she's not exactly someone you should place on a pedestal and praise.
18th Feb '17 9:31:57 PM KingClark
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*** When Sabine's mother finally debuted in the midseason trailer, many quickly concluded that she and Rook Kast are one and the same, but some noted that they look too different and that either that it was [[RedHerring neither Kast or Sabine's mother and instead possibly her aunt]] (which got jossed when a preview for "Legacy of Mandalore" was released, with Sabine explicitly calling her her mother.), or that Kast might not be Sabine's mother. [[spoiler:This theory was ultimately {{Jossed}}. She's an original character named Ursa Wren.]]

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*** When Sabine's mother finally debuted in the midseason trailer, many quickly concluded that she and Rook Kast are one and the same, but some noted that they look too different and that either that it was [[RedHerring neither Kast or Sabine's mother and instead possibly her aunt]] (which got jossed when a preview for "Legacy of Mandalore" was released, with Sabine explicitly calling her her mother.), mother), or that Kast might not be Sabine's mother. [[spoiler:This theory was ultimately {{Jossed}}. She's an original character named Ursa Wren.]]
18th Feb '17 11:38:50 AM CommanderVisor
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** Gar Saxon. [[spoiler:He surprisingly gets killed in his second appearance]], but other viewers think that this was for the best, as it makes him a DiskOneFinalBoss and prevents him from going through VillainDecay like other villains that some audience members are also getting on the negative end.



** The lothcats/tookas for their giant round heads, flat facial features, and giant monstrous mouth.



* WinBackTheCrowd: In the first half of Season 3, a poorly-timed hiatus between "Imperial Supercommandos" and "Iron Squadron" helped sour reception on the latter episode (and the former had already received backlash) combined with other issues in the episode such as Mart's TheScrappy status and poor pacing, among other things. When the show returned to regular schedule, "The Wynkahthu Job" and "An Inside Man" received much better reception, with the former arguably being the best '{{Filler}}' [[note]]YouKeepUsingThatWord for the audience; correct term should be BreatherEpisode.[[/note]] so far (probably thanks to the writer, [[Film/RogueOne Gary Whitta]]) and the latter mainly for an IKnewIt [[TheReveal reveal]] with a worthy payoff and Thrawn actually doing something (as complaints were that he had yet to do something against the rebels at the time).

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In the first half of Season 3, a poorly-timed hiatus between "Imperial Supercommandos" and "Iron Squadron" helped sour reception on the latter episode (and the former had already received backlash) combined with other issues in the episode such as Mart's TheScrappy status and poor pacing, among other things. When the show returned to regular schedule, "The Wynkahthu Job" and "An Inside Man" received much better reception, with the former arguably being the best '{{Filler}}' [[note]]YouKeepUsingThatWord for the audience; correct term should be BreatherEpisode.[[/note]] so far (probably thanks to the writer, [[Film/RogueOne Gary Whitta]]) and the latter mainly for an IKnewIt [[TheReveal reveal]] with a worthy payoff and Thrawn actually doing something (as complaints were that he had yet to do something against the rebels at the time).time).
*** This would be further helped in the Mandalorian two-parter later in the season, which featured long-awaited CharacterDevelopment for Sabine, a backstory behind the Darksaber, more reveals as to what's going on over on Mandalore and Sabine's family/history, as well as the burgeoning of a Mandalorian Resistance at the end of it.
17th Feb '17 1:03:27 PM CommanderVisor
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*** When Sabine's mother finally debuted in the midseason trailer, many quickly concluded that she and Rook Kast are one and the same, but some noted that they look too different and that either that it was [[RedHerring neither Kast or Sabine's mother and instead possibly her aunt]] (which got jossed when a preview for "Legacy of Mandalore" was released, with Sabine explicitly calling her her mother.), or that Kast might not be Sabine's mother.

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*** When Sabine's mother finally debuted in the midseason trailer, many quickly concluded that she and Rook Kast are one and the same, but some noted that they look too different and that either that it was [[RedHerring neither Kast or Sabine's mother and instead possibly her aunt]] (which got jossed when a preview for "Legacy of Mandalore" was released, with Sabine explicitly calling her her mother.), or that Kast might not be Sabine's mother. [[spoiler:This theory was ultimately {{Jossed}}. She's an original character named Ursa Wren.]]


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** Sabine's mother is [[spoiler:an original character, and not Rook Kast as [[RedHerring we were led to believe]]]]. Especially jarring because ''all'' the clues up to that point seemed to be pointing to the latter and some people feel that this is a ShockingSwerve.
16th Feb '17 10:50:26 AM N8han11
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** Darth Vader. He delivers a CurbStompBattle to Kanan and Erza [[NothingIsScarier while barely talking]], and nearly [[MindOverMatter cuts Ezra's head off with his own lightsaber]].

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** Darth Vader. He delivers a CurbStompBattle to Kanan and Erza Ezra [[NothingIsScarier while barely talking]], and nearly [[MindOverMatter cuts Ezra's head off with his own lightsaber]].



** In spite of having been {{Jossed}}, Erza/Sabine remains quite popular.

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** In spite of having been {{Jossed}}, Erza/Sabine Ezra/Sabine remains quite popular.
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