It is currently November 14th 2018 7:16 pm




 
Post Posted: October 22nd 2012 3:09 pm
 
User avatar

Join: October 2nd 2010 7:40 am
Posts: 631
October 27 2012

view: (720p)

Image

"Disobedience is a demand for change."

Episode Guide: Tipping Points

Director: Bosco Ng
Writer: Chris Collins

Synopsis: As a full-scale revolt embroils Onderon, the rebels strike a decisive blow against the planet's Separatist-aligned king. Unfortunately for the rebels, such victory comes at a high price.

view: (480p)


Post Posted: October 27th 2012 10:38 am
 
User avatar

Join: April 25th 2010 4:21 pm
Posts: 81
Location: France
Incredible episode :o

TCW Team has managed to create characters I really cared about in one story arc, never imagined they would have the boldness to kill Steela. I was like Vader's Noooooooo!!!!

Thought she would become a potentially returning character, she's been an instant favorite so I think I didn't find myself as sad with other characters' death in the series before.

Hondo was awesome again, now we really can't guess easily what will happen between Lux and Ahsoka.


Post Posted: October 28th 2012 2:59 am
 

Join: January 31st 2005 11:58 pm
Posts: 570
Location: Australia
A fantastic little story arc and a wonderful conclusion. Like Max Rebo, I didn't see Steela's death coming and it took me by surprise.

I am enjoying these long arcs and glad to hear we'll be seeing more of them. Bravo to everyone involved in creating this and giving me (my much needed) Star Wars fix.

:heavymetal:


Post Posted: October 28th 2012 7:10 am
 
User avatar

Join: November 17th 2009 7:27 am
Posts: 93
That was an amazing story arc. Nice to see more characters come and go, especially without a warning. Anakin's comment on Ahsoka near the end made me curious about her future ... it might be uncertain.


Post Posted: October 28th 2012 10:19 am
 
User avatar

Join: April 26th 2005 11:20 am
Posts: 1174
This episode had Avatar all up in that bitch.

Stupid me. I thought the arc was over in the last episode. This was a very slight step down from the last episode. Maybe because I like scenes of formal execution for some strange reason. Anyway, Steela's death was totally unexpected and handled with expert gloves. And then there were two again (Lux and Ahsoka).


Post Posted: October 29th 2012 7:23 am
 
User avatar

Join: August 4th 2004 8:00 pm
Posts: 1145
Yes, the rebels’ use of beasts is derived from Avatar. But, once again, the franchise demonstrates that it can borrow elements from other iconic films without making the story predictable. I thought that either Lux, Saw, or Steela would get offed in this episode. It makes sense that it was Steela.

I hope LucasArts sees the potential for a game featuring proto-Rebels during the Clone Wars.


Post Posted: October 31st 2012 3:22 pm
 

Join: January 11th 2011 10:46 am
Posts: 252
E_CHU_TA! wrote:
Yes, the rebels’ use of beasts is derived from Avatar. But, once again, the franchise demonstrates that it can borrow elements from other iconic films without making the story predictable. I thought that either Lux, Saw, or Steela would get offed in this episode. It makes sense that it was Steela.

I hope LucasArts sees the potential for a game featuring proto-Rebels during the Clone Wars.


What do you think about the box art for First Assault :)


Display posts from previous:  Sort by  
 



Jump to:  




millenniumfalcon.com©
phpBB©