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Post Posted: November 24th 2012 8:12 am
 
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November 24 2012

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"Choose your enemies wisely, as they may be your last hope."

Episode Guide: A Necessary Bond

Director: Brian Kalin O'Connell
Writer: Christian Taylor

Synopsis: When General Grievous launches a full-scale attack on the pirate base on Florrum, Ahsoka & The Younglings fight side-by-side with Hondo & his Pirates to turn back the Separatist forces.

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Post Posted: November 24th 2012 6:55 pm
 
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Great, great episode. Classic Star Wars.

I really want to hear the story of Yoda's lightsaber.


Post Posted: November 25th 2012 1:18 pm
 
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I agree. Great episode. I felt genuine peril when Ahsoka and the young Jedi failed to board their spaceship during the chase that starts the episode.

Also, Grievous' serious manhandling of those few unlucky clone troops was pretty sick.


Post Posted: November 25th 2012 9:59 pm
 

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I enjoyed that episode the most thus far this season. I really thought Grievous was going to kill Asoka... nice work. I hope the rest of the season is that good.


Post Posted: November 25th 2012 10:20 pm
 
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dusith wrote:
I enjoyed that episode the most thus far this season. I really thought Grievous was going to kill Asoka... nice work. I hope the rest of the season is that good.


Lots of tension during that fight. It totally could have happened right there and then, especially because you had that feeling going on like "don't try and be a hero; he's going to manhandle you."

It was actually a very well directed lightsaber battle. The chase was expertly done as well.


Post Posted: November 26th 2012 3:14 pm
 
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Loved the whole arc - a lot of stuff has happened in it and some parts were really tense. I was kinda disappointed that Grievous didn't kill Ahsoka though ;)


Post Posted: November 26th 2012 10:19 pm
 
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AdamK wrote:
Loved the whole arc - a lot of stuff has happened in it and some parts were really tense. I was kinda disappointed that Grievous didn't kill Ahsoka though ;)


I felt the same way until I realized how absolutely apeshit Anakin would go, likely wasting Grevious far before Episode III.

Also loved Hondo's choice for escape vehicle. I'm not what you'd call a "sheep" for Fett, but it is just so awesome to see the Slave I in action. Classic Star Wars. And I love how the new (read: original) color scheme is Hondo's color scheme. Lovely coincidence there. It'll be interesting to see how it gets back to Boba.

In the end, this arc for me was wonderfully done. From the writing to the direction I felt it was among the most consistent arcs. I would have loved to see it cut as a movie back at CVI. Surprisingly, it is now among my favorites for the series.


Post Posted: November 27th 2012 12:08 am
 

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yes one of the best arc, hopefully they will release the "movie version" like they did for Darth Maul at Target (and the Nightsisters trilogy on iTunes), I would love to see more arcs edited this way, starting with the Malevolent episodes! Im surprised to see no "fan edit" online


Post Posted: November 28th 2012 4:14 pm
 

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dusith wrote:
It was actually a very well directed lightsaber battle. The chase was expertly done as well.



Standout part of the episode for me - literally thinking to myself (did they ape one of the film battles? Because it was that good).


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