Something I have been wondering while looking at Star Wars: The Clone Wars
. We have all these events, going into the fifth season now, happening to the central cast of characters, as well as the movies, novels, games and various off shoots. What I'm wondering is how they can keep the story going while making it credible.
To demonstrate what I mean let's have a look at Under Belly
. The first season was on the Melbourne gangland wars, narrated by one of the characters, Jaquei James. She would then go on to narrate the other stories such as the Calabrian mafia, Kings Cross, the Sill Miller murders, each had a different cast. It's reasonable that Steve Owen and Jaquei James would investigate Carl Williams, but not Terry Clark and Bob Trimbolie, or George Freeman and John Imbraham. So how do writers get us to suspend our disbelief that Anakin and Ashoka have been involved in everything they have been involved in?