Star Wars: Rebels

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Re: Star Wars: Rebels

Post by Themightytom » 2018-03-08 01:00pm

I don't know how terrified the Empire could be of the space whales, that mining facility seemed to have them under control and Thrawn was really just taken by surprise. He had Sabine and Hera's art but I don't think he expected Ezra to suddenly unveil a force vision inspired plan. It waa compartmentalized and everyone actually participating thought it was crazy.

When the Empire figured out what happened with surviving witnesses or whatever they'd probably conclude correctly it was a one off, especially since Bridger disappeared and no one else can talk to wolves and space whales. Vader probably SHOULD have prioritized capturing Hera, as a source because based on her participation in major battles she WAS in touch with Mon Mothma's cell through it all.

I wonder if Hera's son will be the new youth protagonist for a future series?

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Re: Star Wars: Rebels

Post by The Romulan Republic » 2018-03-08 01:02pm

Would be nice to have more non-human (or part-human) protagonists in Star Wars.
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