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* TwoDVisualsThreeDEffects: All the characters are traditionally animated, but most of the space dogfights and flight scenes are done with cel-shaded CGI spaceships, similar to the art style for ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance Resistance]]''.



* ConspicuousCGI: Subtly done. All the characters are traditionally animated, but most of the space dogfights and flight scenes are done with cel-shaded CGI spaceships, similar to the art style for ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance Resistance]]''.


* MoodDissonance: Dante Basco's cheerful narration can be a rather jarring contrast to the [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence violence onscreen]], like the opening of "Luke vs. Imperial Walkers", where the voiceover describes a "galaxy of adventures" at the exact moment a rebel gunner is blown to smithereens by AT-ATs.

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* MoodDissonance: Dante Basco's cheerful narration can be a rather jarring contrast to the [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence violence onscreen]], like the opening of "Luke vs. Imperial Walkers", where the voiceover describes a "galaxy of adventures" at the exact moment a rebel gunner is blown to smithereens by AT-ATs.AT-[=ATs=].

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** "Kylo Ren vs. Resistance Rebels" is, if anything, even ''more'' brutal than Vader's videos, with at least once clear scene of a Resistance trooper impaled on Ren's Lightsaber.


* LateArrivalSpoiler: PlayedWith: While Palpatine being the Emperor is given away in his short, the shorts are very careful not to reveal the relationship between Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader, even in the InfoDump segment explaining Darth Vader and his history.

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* LateArrivalSpoiler: PlayedWith: While Palpatine being the Emperor is given away in his short, the shorts are very careful not to reveal the relationship between Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader, even in the InfoDump segment explaining Darth Vader and his history.history or the segment recreating Luke and Vader's duel from ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'', the scene where the [[LukeIAmYourFather revelation originally took place.]]


* AscendedFanon: Ever since he reappeared in ''Rebels'', many fans theorized that Captain Rex was the old, bearded Rebel soldier in Han Solo's strike team in ''Return of the Jedi''. The Rebels finale [[FandomNod nodded in that direction]] by mentioning that he fought in the Battle of Endor but didn't actually depict him doing so. "Han Solo - from Smuggler to General" outright confirms the theory by showing him with Han, Leia, and, and still wearing his old Phase II armor underneath his forest camo.


* TheChessmaster: In a very clever twist, Palpatine's confrontation with Luke Skywalker in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' also includes flashbacks to his machinations in the prequel trilogy, an effective reminder of just how ''long'' [[MagnificentBastard Palpatine's been playing the game.]]

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* TheChessmaster: In a very clever twist, Palpatine's confrontation with Luke Skywalker in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' also includes flashbacks to his machinations in the prequel trilogy, an effective reminder of just how ''long'' [[MagnificentBastard Palpatine's been playing the game.]]



* MoodDissonance: Dante Basco's cheerful narration can be a rather jarring contrast to the [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence violence onscreen]], like the opening of "Luke vs. Imperial Walkers", where the voiceover describes a "galaxy of adventures" at the exact moment [[CrossesTheLineTwice a rebel gunner is blown to smithereens by AT-ATs.]]

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* MoodDissonance: Dante Basco's cheerful narration can be a rather jarring contrast to the [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence violence onscreen]], like the opening of "Luke vs. Imperial Walkers", where the voiceover describes a "galaxy of adventures" at the exact moment [[CrossesTheLineTwice a rebel gunner is blown to smithereens by AT-ATs.]] AT-ATs.

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* MatchCut: Frequently used to shift between different periods of galactic history. "Jedi vs. Sith" does this to jaw-dropping, chillingly good effect, transitioning from [[BashBrothers Obi-Wan and Anakin]] fighting Count Dooku to [[WeUsedToBeFriends fighting each other]], and Luke Skywalker dueling his father on the Second Death Star to [[AgeCut him meeting Rey at the temple on Ahch-To.]]

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* BattleCouple: Briefly shown when Han Solo and Princess Leia stand shoulder-to-shoulder, firing at Stormtroopers at the Battle of Endor.

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** "Boba Fett - Bounty Hunter" shows Boba disintegrating someone on screen.

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** In a non-violence related example, "[[PrecisionFStrike the hell]]" has been removed from Han and Leia's famous "What the hell are you ''doing''?"/"Somebody has to save our skins!" exchange in ''A New Hope''.

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* AscendedFanon: Ever since he reappeared in ''Rebels'', many fans theorized that Captain Rex was the old, bearded Rebel soldier in Han Solo's strike team in ''Return of the Jedi''. The Rebels finale [[FandomNod nodded in that direction]] by mentioning that he fought in the Battle of Endor but didn't actually depict him doing so. "Han Solo - from Smuggler to General" outright confirms the theory by showing him with Han, Leia, and, and still wearing his old Phase II armor underneath his forest camo.

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* TheCameo: [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars Captain]] [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rex]] appears in "Han Solo - Smuggler to General" at the Battle of Endor, finally confirming the long-running fan theory that he was the old soldier in Han Solo's strike team in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''.


* AdaptedOut: Luke's doomed copilot Dak Ralter doesn't appear in "Luke vs. Imperial Walkers", presumably to [[{{Bowdlerize}} avoid showing]] his corpse getting stepped on by an AT-AT.

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Luke's doomed copilot Dak Ralter doesn't appear in "Luke vs. Imperial Walkers", presumably to [[{{Bowdlerize}} avoid showing]] his corpse getting stepped on by an AT-AT.



* CanonWelding: Several of the shorts blend together elements of the new and old movies, with Palpatine's speech to Luke on ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' flashing back to his actions in the prequel trilogy, and Han Solo's introduction to Luke and Obi-Wan includes the Kessel Run from ''Film/{{Solo}}'' while he's telling the others about it. Visually speaking, Obi-Wan in ''A New Hope'' is drawn with a mixture of facial features from both Sir Alec Guiness ''and'' Ewan [=McGregor=], rather than just the former.

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Several of the shorts blend together elements of the new and old movies, with Palpatine's speech to Luke on ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' flashing back to his actions in the prequel trilogy, and Han Solo's introduction to Luke and Obi-Wan includes the Kessel Run from ''Film/{{Solo}}'' while he's telling the others about it. Visually speaking, Obi-Wan in ''A New Hope'' is drawn with a mixture of facial features from both Sir Alec Guiness ''and'' Ewan [=McGregor=], rather than just the former.


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** Rex appears in his rebel garb as a part of Han's team at the Battle of Endor, finally confirming that this is the case, as WordOfGod played coy as to whether or not Rex was at Endor until it was confirmed at the end of ''Rebels'' and if he participated in the main assault.

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* SoundtrackDissonance: Jabba the Hutt's episode features a raucous cover of "Lapti Nek" - while Jabba is crushing and eating small animals and dropping some poor bastard into the Rancor pit.

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* ConspicuousCGI: Subtly done. All the characters are traditionally animated, but most of the space dogfights and flight scenes are done with cel-shaded CGI spaceships, similar to the art style for ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance Resistance]]''.

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