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* FantasticRacism: When they first meet, Kallus comments on Hera's being a Twi'lek with a obvious sneer.

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* FantasticRacism: When they first meet, Kallus comments on Hera's being a Twi'lek with a an obvious sneer.


* FantasticRacism: When they first meet, Kallus comments on Hera's being a Twi'lek with a obvious sneer.



* JurisdictionFriction: There's a hint of it between him and the Grand Inquisitor. He thinks the Grand Inquisitor is overly focused on capturing the Jedi, to the detriment of actually capturing the Rebels as a whole. When he has the opportunity to set a trap for them, he does so without involving the Inquisitor, believing he can get the whole group then hand over the Jedi. This also applies to [[BeleagueredBureaucrat Minister Tua]] and the other Inquisitors.

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* JurisdictionFriction: There's a hint of it between him Kallus and the Grand Inquisitor. He thinks the Grand Inquisitor is overly focused on capturing the Jedi, to the detriment of actually capturing the Rebels as a whole. When he has the opportunity to set a trap for them, he does so without involving the Inquisitor, believing he can get the whole group then hand over the Jedi. This also applies to [[BeleagueredBureaucrat Minister Tua]] and the other Inquisitors.


* JurisdictionFriction: There's a hint of it between him and the Grand Inquisitor in [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E10VisionOfHope "Vision of Hope"]]. He thinks the Grand Inquisitor is overly focused on capturing the Jedi, to the detriment of actually capturing the Rebels as a whole. When he has the opportunity to set a trap for them, he does so without involving the Inquisitor, believing he can get the whole group then hand over the Jedi. This also applies to [[BeleagueredBureaucrat Minister Tua]] and the other Inquisitors.

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* JurisdictionFriction: There's a hint of it between him and the Grand Inquisitor in [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E10VisionOfHope "Vision of Hope"]].Inquisitor. He thinks the Grand Inquisitor is overly focused on capturing the Jedi, to the detriment of actually capturing the Rebels as a whole. When he has the opportunity to set a trap for them, he does so without involving the Inquisitor, believing he can get the whole group then hand over the Jedi. This also applies to [[BeleagueredBureaucrat Minister Tua]] and the other Inquisitors.

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* JurisdictionFriction: There's a hint of it between him and the Grand Inquisitor in [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E10VisionOfHope "Vision of Hope"]]. He thinks the Grand Inquisitor is overly focused on capturing the Jedi, to the detriment of actually capturing the Rebels as a whole. When he has the opportunity to set a trap for them, he does so without involving the Inquisitor, believing he can get the whole group then hand over the Jedi. This also applies to [[BeleagueredBureaucrat Minister Tua]] and the other Inquisitors.


* VoiceOfTheResistance: Subverted hard. This voice of resistance is merely a ploy to entrap Rebel cells by the [=ISB=].

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* VoiceOfTheResistance: Subverted hard.Subverted. This voice of resistance is merely a ploy to entrap Rebel cells by the [=ISB=].


* BrokenPedestal: Both Ezra and Hera towards Trayvis once they realize he is really an Imperial agent and that everything he spoke for was a lie designed to trap potential Rebel cells before they could get off the ground.

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* BrokenPedestal: Both Ezra and Hera towards Trayvis Trayvis, once they realize he is really an Imperial agent and that everything he spoke for was a lie designed to trap potential Rebel cells before they could get off the ground.



* TheLoad: Gall Trayvis slows the team down with his complaining and tendency to get exhausted. Turns out this was intentional; he was only acting that way to that Kallus could catch up to them.

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* TheLoad: Gall Trayvis slows the team down with his complaining and tendency to get exhausted. Turns out this was intentional; he was only acting that way to that so Kallus could catch up to them.


* OffScreenMomentOfAwesome: Kanan tries to teach Ezra how to deflect blaster bolts, by making Zeb, Sabine and Chopper fire at him, and he has to reflect it at a stromtrooper helmet, which he seems unable to do. Then his vision starts, which is shown to the audience. What is ''not'' shown, is that during the vision Ezra managed to reflect ''every single blaster bolt fired at him by the three right at the helmet, leaving it charred black. Without being conscious of it.''

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* OffScreenMomentOfAwesome: OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Kanan tries to teach Ezra how to deflect blaster bolts, by making Zeb, Sabine and Chopper fire at him, and he has to reflect it at a stromtrooper helmet, which he seems unable to do. Then his vision starts, which is shown to the audience. What is ''not'' shown, is that during the vision Ezra managed to reflect ''every single blaster bolt fired at him by the three right at the helmet, leaving it charred black. Without being conscious of it.''


* BrickJoke: After Storm Troopers seal up the sewer tunnel that the crew left Chopper to guard, he uses his saw to remove the sealant. He's still using his saw (and has made no progress) by the time Kanan uses his lightsaber to cut the door open from below.
* BrokenPedestal: Both Ezra and Hera towards Trayvis once they realize he is really an Imperial Agent and that everything he spoke for was a lie designed to trap potential Rebel cells before they could get off the ground.

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* BrickJoke: After Storm Troopers Stormtroopers seal up the sewer tunnel that the crew left Chopper to guard, he uses his saw to remove the sealant. He's still using his saw (and has made no progress) by the time Kanan uses his lightsaber to cut the door open from below.
* BrokenPedestal: Both Ezra and Hera towards Trayvis once they realize he is really an Imperial Agent agent and that everything he spoke for was a lie designed to trap potential Rebel cells before they could get off the ground.



%%* NeverSayDie: It's more so Hera can bridge it into "They're not gone [[YouCannotKillAnIdea as long as we continue to fight for their ideals]]", but it's still strange when Trayvis tells Ezra his parents are "gone" in a show that normally has no problem with the word "die". Of course, given Tseebo's unrevealed message in "Gathering Forces", the word choice may be deliberate. [[spoiler: It is... at this point in the series.]]

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* TheLoad: Gall Trayvis slows the team down with his complaining and tendency to get exhausted. Turns out this was intentional; he was only acting that way to that Kallus could catch up to them.

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* LuredIntoATrap: Just like Trayvis' first appearance. And just like back then, the ''Ghost'' crew escapes to spread the word about said trap.


--->'''Tua:''' The insurgents terrorizing our world will soon be brought to justice. I have assurances from-- ''[transmission hijacked by Travyis]''

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--->'''Tua:''' The insurgents terrorizing our world will soon be brought to justice. I have assurances from-- ''[transmission hijacked by Travyis]''Trayvis]''


** After finding the senator's shuttle absent from its pad, followed by an Imperial shuttle rises up to greet them, Kanan references one of the most iconic scenes of ''Film/ANewHope''.

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** After finding the senator's shuttle absent from its pad, followed by an Imperial shuttle rises rising up to greet them, Kanan references one of the most iconic scenes of ''Film/ANewHope''.

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** The [=HoloNet=] broadcast that Trayvis' transmission interrupts is of Minister Tua making a statement that the rebels will soon be caught. Take particular notice of ''where'' in Tua's speech the transmission was interrupted:
--->'''Tua:''' The insurgents terrorizing our world will soon be brought to justice. I have assurances from-- ''[transmission hijacked by Travyis]''


The ''Ghost'' crew tries to thwart an Imperial plan to capture exiled Senator Gall Trayvis who wants to hold a secret rally on Lothal. However, there is more going on than meets the eye: namely, that the "good" Senator's true allegiance is not to the Rebellion but to the Imperial Security Bureau.

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The ''Ghost'' crew tries to thwart an Imperial plan to capture exiled Senator Gall Trayvis who wants Trayvis, who's secretly come to hold a secret rally on Lothal.Lothal to meet them. However, there is more going on than meets the eye: namely, that the "good" Senator's true allegiance is not to the Rebellion but to the Imperial Security Bureau.



* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: Ezra leads the crew through the sewers so they can get into the old capital building undetected. Ezra notes that, thanks to the Empire, the sewers have practically no water and are thus fairly easy to traverse.

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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: Ezra leads the crew through the sewers so they can get into the old capital Republic Senate building undetected. Ezra notes that, thanks to the Empire, the sewers have practically no water and are thus fairly easy to traverse.



* ComicallyMissingThePoint: As they're making their way through the sewers, Zeb complains about the smell and Sabine jokes that it matches Ezra's scent. Ezra's takeaway from this?

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: As they're making their way through the sewers, Zeb complains about the smell smell, and Sabine jokes that it matches Ezra's scent. Ezra's takeaway from this?



** Kanan's concerned that the coded messages Trayvis puts in his broadcasts are too simple, and that the Empire could easily figure them out.



** Even before that, there's Kanan's concern that the coded messages Trayvis puts in his broadcasts are too simple, and that the Empire could easily figure them out.

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