Ok so I’m 90% sure that Wolffe executed Order 66 and then had his inhibitor chip removed. I think we might also get to see this in Star Wars: The Bad Batch (2021-).
In Star Wars Rebels (2014-2018), when Rex, Wolffe, and Gregor are introduced to the Ghost Crew and Kanan ignites his lightsaber after realizing they were clones, Wolffe immediately shot at him and said “Jedi! They’ve come for revenge.”
It’s reasonable for him to assume that Kanan wanted revenge for Order 66, but he still didn’t stand down when Rex told him to. Rex had to calm him down by reminding him that “they weren’t the ones that betrayed [them].” In this connotation, it makes it sound like Wolffe believes that the Jedi betrayed the clones, probably the treason charge which justified Order 66.
When Ezra asks Rex for the locations of possible Rebel bases they could use that were abandoned after the Clone War, Rex and Gregor seem on board but Wolffe is against it.
Later, he reports the Ghost Crew to the Empire because he thought they were going to get them in trouble, still thinking the Jedi and Rebels were traitors.
When Rex was talking to Kanan, he said “I never betrayed my Jedi. Wolffe, Gregor, and I all removed our control chips.” Rex never betrayed Anakin, and Ahsoka was no longer a Jedi or a commander in the GAR during Order 66, but Rex never said anything about Wolffe betraying Plo Koon. Sure, Plo was shot down by Oddball and Jag, but Wolffe might have still been involved.
We know Wolffe had his chip removed, but I think it was removed after Order 66 and he still suffers trauma from it. Plo was one of the compassionate Jedi when it came to their clone battalions, and I’m sure the thought that Plo betrayed him would have been heartbreaking after everything they’d been through.
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Yeah i couldn't decide which background is the best 😅😂
I think this is my best Thrawn fanart so far so hope you guys like it too 🥺💙💙
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i have a disease that makes me love hera syndulla and it’s called being a fucking genius
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my time in the sw fandom has just been me going from filoni (🥰✨🌸💅) to filoni (😐🗡🙅♀️🤬) and i think thats valid
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cal kestis and ezra bridger since you already did ezra and luke?
They probably talk about how it was to almost get murdered by the Inquistors and Darth Vader
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A Hera for you
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I know I hardly ever post here anymore, but Husband and I have been marathoning Darkwing Duck and there's been great kalluzeb stuff on tumblr recently. So naturally my mind wandered, then my hand slipped and...well...this happened.
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Ezra and his trust/abandonment issues set to Citizen Cope’s song, “Sideways,”
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twilight of the apprentice (both parts) is easily one of the best season finales i’ve ever seen in a cartoon series. the swell of emotions felt throughout the entire arc still has me on the edge of my seat, even after several rewatches. maul’s return, ahsoka vs vader (that exposure of his eye to show bits of anakin is STILL there despite his sith consumption, oh my god i’m hurt every time) kanan losing his eyesight, ezra’s deeper delve into the dark side, it’s phenomenal.
rebels is so good. i can’t believe some people won’t give it a chance because of “the art style” or “it’s more for kids”. it has some of the most incredible emotional depth i’ve ever seen in a show targeted towards children. it is genuinely a well-written, riveting, beautiful piece of star wars media.
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my partner just told me he wants to watch star wars rebels bc I told him I associate us w kanan n hera 🥺
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kanan jarrus adopt me challenge
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i think we should just gaslight lucasfilm into thinking they've given us the animated rebels sequel. all of the sudden just start posting about "wow a new trailer!?!? with all of the original cast returning!!" and not shut up about it. start counting down to a release date that doesn't exist. eventually they'll see the hype and think wait, are we releasing a rebels sequel this august? and once they start to believe it too they'll have to give us something
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the mortifying ordeal of zooming in on a cartoon characters mouth for reference
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we’re on season three now. i’m gonna throw up
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My mom just finished watching Rebels all the way through! Such a bittersweet moment... I'm proud of her!
She immediately asked me about a sequel. 😂
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Do you know a great way to have some supplemental material about Caleb/Kanan without actually touching on his life directly?
If there was some TV show or book or whatever that seemingly has nothing to do with him, but the storyline is a deeper look into the nature of the Force itself (an arc similar to Mortis or Yoda’s arc in S6) and but then they just throw out some mythology about Lothal or a creature named Dume. Perhaps Dume is the spirit of the planet? Filoni says he’s like Bendu, so maybe some passage a character reads about the guardians of the Force, naming off some of the lesser known ones.
“The Mortis Gods are not individual beings, but a category of iterations of the Force. Just as there is a Father, Son, and Daughter, there are the Bendu, the Skywalker, and the Dume.”
Give us some indication that there really was something deeper going on with Kanan and the wolves in S4.
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day [?] of victimizing myself. sunlight as well as it happened quiet from aurora have joined the playlist. other highlights: seminal hit i‘m a believer by the monkees
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Fandom: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars: Rebels, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types
Warnings: Graphic Depictions Of Violence
Relationships: Kanan Jarrus/Hera Syndulla, Ezra Bridger & Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger & C1-10P | Chopper & Garazeb "Zeb" Orrelios & Hera Syndulla & Sabine Wren
Characters: Kanan Jarrus, Hera Syndulla, C1-10P | Chopper, Garazeb "Zeb" Orrelios, Sabine Wren, Ezra Bridger, Ahsoka Tano
Additional Tags: Original Character Death(s), Episode: s03e21 Padawan Lost, Master & Padawan Relationship(s), Inspired by The Most Dangerous Game, Hurt Ezra Bridger, Emotional Hurt/Comfort, Angst with a Happy Ending, Parental Kanan Jarrus, Parental Hera Syndulla, Kanan Jarrus & Hera Syndulla as Space Parents, Protective Ezra Bridger, BAMF Ezra Bridger, Kidnapping
The Trandoshan's haven't had a padawan in their hunt for nearly two decades, that changes when they get their claws on Ezra Bridger.
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I cant explain in words how powerful the tragedy of Anakin Skywalker is to me
Here's some amazing music to go with the mood:
Alright I'm terrible at writing but here goes
PSA: THE CLONE WARS & REBELS SPOILERS
To start off: for me, Star Wars is about the story of young Anakin who goes through fear, anger, hate, and suffering - the tragedy of Anakin Skywalker. And as you can see, my preferred viewing is in chronological order, not release order (which I don't intend to devaule)
I get such a rush of emotion no matter how many times I watch [RotS]. It gets even more heightened after watching The Clone Wars where they dove even deeper into Anakin & Obi-Wan's relationship, and also the character ark of the lovely Ahsoka Tano. Anakin's relationship with Ahsoka is especially powerful because of how he needed her in his life and how that affected him when he crumbled. We never saw that side of him in RotS. (Ahsoka was able to escape Order 66, and she also left the Jedi Council towards the end of TCW). Then in Rebels, which takes place after RotS and before ANH, we see Anakin Darth Vader and Ahsoka meet again in a face off, and exchange dialogue, but the one line that hit me was when Ahsoka says "I won't leave you, not this time". And in that moment, you could see a glimpse into his eyes (because part of his mask was broken) UGHAKLSJDFLAJK
Order 66. It was most powerful for me in RotS due to the soundtrack, and especially seeing Anakin, Obi-Wan, and the entire Jedi Order in pain
Also, give me a character who is stronger, and who also went through more pain than Obi-Wan. Without turning to the dark side or even being tempted, he lost the love of his life, his brother, his master who died in front of him, forced to face off against him but not being able to finish the job, witness his apprentice and beloved brother be seduced to the dark side and becoming a tyrant to the galaxy, experienced the destruction of the Jedi Order which he couldn't do anything to save, and spent the remainder of his life in exile to watch over Anakin's son to make sure he won't become like his father.
Don't get me wrong, Anakin's reactions are completely understandable given a lot of things. He was too old to be trained. He shouldn't have been trained by Obi-Wan (brother figure), but rather Qui-Gon Jinn (father figure, who he needed). It was obvious that he was unstable and needed careful guidance, but even after immediately showing fear about his mother, and then slaughtering tusken raiders, even Yoda felt that he was in pain and then that was the end of that. No counseling at all. He even approached Yoda later for the same type of fear with Padme, and the best advice he got was "let it go". It's the Jedi Council's ways that ultimately led him down this path, he didn't get the help and support that he needed
Also just to put it out there, I do believe he was still the chosen one and did successfully bring balance to the force. I also think he knew he had to die (ref RotJ), because if he was alive, he would be too powerful, and still had too much conflict in him. But he was able to die in peace knowing he was redeemed, had his son's love, and brought balance to the force
Then we have Return of the Jedi. I swear there are ninjas cutting onions at the end of the movie when they celebrate. The music is perfect (specifically - 2nd music link at the top @ 3:00), seeing GHOST ANAKIN (oh my god my fuckign HEART), the Rebel Alliance finally winning and then 30 years of peace. It's just so heartwarming, especially seeing Anakin happy and at peace
hey so remember how sabine's father was a revolutionary artist? what are your thoughts on that like. how would mandalorian art in particular serve as a weapon against the empire
(i haven’t seen rebels yet so pls correct me if i fuck up the lore!!!!)
i think art as a means of resistance is soooo sexy and i wish they’d more more of it in other media. i think (from what i know abt sabine n her family) that art is probably a really natural way to express intent to resist. mandalorian culture has built in symbols of ideology via armour, inheritance, storytelling - sabine kinda seems like an extension of the prerequisites of her culture.
looking through the wiki this quote stood out to me: “the armor I wear is five hundred years old. I reforged it to my liking, but the battles, the history, the blood all lives within it. And the same goes for every Mandalorian." Her art represents both a pre-imperial history that is still important to her bc of her identity, but also represents an opportunity for change! and i think as a weapon against the empire, the mandalorian art pieces she creates symbolise that change. they repurpose bits of various imagery (like the dejarik board etc etc) AND mandalorian culture through her armour, for example, to symbolise the metamorphasis that the galaxy is undertaking. it’s like,,, the opportunity for change is also an opportunity to be hopeful; to not forget the past, but take the best bits with us. which is like the opposite of what the empire want, which is to forget hope and the past and trust fully in their plan for galaxy wide domination.
as a complete aside, i like how the resistance symbol looks a little like the jedi order one, but it’s blockier, simplified for ease of painting and different enough to only be familiar to those who might recognise it. interesting to use jedi symbolism as a means of resistance also,,, when they were complicit in the actions of the beginning of the empire, to me it seems like misplaced nostalgia? either way, veryy interesting
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