The Clone Wars S7 is bad and Dave Filoni is a hack

I think the fandom largely soured on Dave Filoni over the years, but people ignore that the last season of The Clone Wars is not George Lucas' story, it's Dave Filoni's story.
>Dave Filoni is credited on most episodes of S7
Many don't realize this, but TCW is NOT Filoni's show, and during the run of the show from S1 to S7 he only wrote ONE episode. He was an animation director, not even a showrunner, not even a writer. George Lucas CREATED the show and personally approved/rewrote every script.
>Disney-era references. Maul uses Force powers introduced in Disney Star Wars (Kylo Ren's mind reading was supposed to be a unique skill). Also, the scene between Ahsoka and Maul was obviously inspired by The Last Jedi (Filoni praised Ryan Johnson).
It just feels jarring compared to the rest of the show. Filoni directly going against Lucas' wishes and modifying scripts approved by him.

The bottom line is that The Clone Wars' ending is not faithful to George Lucas' vision. The scripts from 2012/2013 were either heavily modified (Ahsoka's walkabout arc) or written from scratch under Disney (the finale).

We don't know what George Lucas' exact wishes were but it's clear that Filoni didn't respect them at all (despite being vocal about talking to George for "feedback"). We know George was leaning towards killing Ahsoka off and there is concept art of her confronting Vader at the Jedi Temple after Order 66 (which would have been the real finale).

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >bad batch explains how somehow Palpatine returned in the sequels
    >except no because all of the research was destroyed, the lead researcher is dead, and Tarkin siphons all funding to the Death Star

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My friends and I watched the last season of Bad Batch together and I kept shouting,

      AND NOW FOR A JAR FULL OF SNOKES

      everytime they did one of those tedious, ominous lab scenes. Then in the end we all said, "what the frick? Really? That's how they ended it?"

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        well we know project necromancer was continued/brought back
        I appreciate that they didnt try to tie it in heavily to other things, theres no jar full of snokes, no moff gideon, no doctor pershing

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >well we know project necromancer was continued/brought back
          Where and when

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            mandorian season 3

            theres a scene where moff gideon has a videocall with a bunch of other imperial remnant leaders, and they mention if one of them is following through with project necromancer

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My friends and I watched the last season of Bad Batch together and I kept shouting,

      AND NOW FOR A JAR FULL OF SNOKES

      everytime they did one of those tedious, ominous lab scenes. Then in the end we all said, "what the frick? Really? That's how they ended it?"

      sequels aren't canon

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They delayed Palpatine's work by decades. If Necromancer hadn't been blown up, he would have been able to come back immediately after ROTJ, rather than three decades later.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Is it too much to believe that they saw audience backlash and retconned the entire thing?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        That would require admitting no one likes the sequels, and Disney is too prideful for that.

        >I think the fandom largely soured on Dave Filoni over the years,

        He was cool when he had fresh ideas and made new things happen...back in 2008. But since 2014 or so it has been nothing but callbacks, references, and never ever letting his creations die. Every new Star Wars series just reuses and re-re-uses the same small handfull of characters as many times as possible until people are just sick of them.

        People are fricking tired of Ahsoka appearing in everything. They are tired of the same couple clones always appearing, they are tired of the same inquisitors in each new show. They are tired of new shows being hijacked by old Clone Wars characters again and again. Mando Season 3 was just Clone Wars...some more.

        He desperately needs someone to tard wrangle him like everyone said George needed with the prequels.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        That would require admitting no one likes the sequels, and Disney is too prideful for that.
        [...]
        He desperately needs someone to tard wrangle him like everyone said George needed with the prequels.

        Disney already retconned Rey's lineage in an attempt to please fans and it didn't work. They learned that listening to fans is a waste of money and time. No retcons anymore.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Is it too much to believe that they saw audience backlash and retconned the entire thing?

      It was already explained in the movie, Palpatine was cloned by the sith cultists.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Season 7 followed the same formula as every other season
    >one third just kind of ok
    >one third worst shit you've ever seen
    >one third pretty good

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The other part of the fomula is that Disney uses good stuff created by other people in generations pass to shoehorn in their new characters and social engineering objectives by tying good things with mediocre or bad things and trying to make the latter look good by association and the authority of "cannon"

      Its clear that Disney is using Clone Wars assets in order to sell their bullshit ideas while pretending to be faithful to old star wars, they are essentiallly actling like a parasite with a top hat and a moustache saying "I'm not a parasites im one of you"

      See the way evil tricks people, their main method is by mixing good and evil together so much that people can no longer seperate the two and use any sort of justifcations to try to rationalize why the evil part is actually good.

      ie the bait and switch tactic, they draw people in with a few good episodes then they switch to the bad which is usually selling their social agenda crap.

      You ever notice how say in bad batch all the villains are white men, they might even be white men voiced by Indians but as soon as they get an ethnic character they have to be voiced by that ethnicity? Disney uses Star Wars to promote woke agendas and anti-white male rhetoric.

      Disney has not produced one good film or work in the Star Wars universe, its clear the only good one was Rogue One but they edited it to hell to try to make it bad for some reason, I think mainly because it didnt fit their social engineering objective so they made it largely worthless and inconsequential.

      I think the primary goal of Disney Star Wars is to destroy white people by turning their own creations against them.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Or crazy idea, they just suck at making star wars and want money.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >but as soon as they get an ethnic character they have to be voiced by that ethnicity
        all the male clones are voiced by a white guy

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          thats because hes a carry over from the Clone Wars era, they wouldnt dare recast him because of the fans and because hes actually good at his job.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Seethe harder. Siege of Mandalore was peak Star Wars Kino and you're a gay gay.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I agree that they missed an opportunity by not exploring the Boba Fett arc, but George Lucas is a stupid moron, as evidenced by the Star Wars prequels.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >no son of dathomir
    >no dark disciple
    >no bounty hunters arc
    >no sith shrine arc
    >no bad batch on kashyyyk arc
    >no rex and R2 top gun arc
    >no vong arc

    >oh btw heres the martez sisters

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >no son of dathomir
      Read the comic
      >no dark disciple
      Read the book
      >no bounty hunters arc
      Yeah, but it wasn't as significant to the overall story of the clone troopers.
      >no sith shrine arc
      The one under the Jedi temple? Yep, I'd like to watch that too.
      >no bad batch on kashyyyk arc
      The Bad Batch season 2, episode 6
      >no rex and R2 top gun arc
      Meh
      >no vong arc
      Wouldn't it be kinda early for them to show up 30 years earlier than they did in Legends?
      >oh btw heres the martez sisters
      Yep, hated them too.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The vong in the EU did have ventures to the gaxy prior. Canderus met them once.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Canderus met them once.
          He caused the invasion... probably

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >watch bad batch season 3
    >the major "retcon" in it is ventress being alive as she was killed in a book, but the writers said that they havent retconned the book and all will be explained at some point
    >okay, at least they've said they're not retconning it but they're on thin fricking ice

    >watch tales of the empire, which came out immediately after
    >retcons nightsister lore again, retcons thrawn: treason
    >"story by dave filoni"

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >retcons thrawn: treason
      ??

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        NTA but i think Thrawn meets Pellaeon in that book which takes place during Rebels season 4

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I think the fandom largely soured on Dave Filoni over the years
    Some of us were smart enough to realize he sucked from the start

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Can he just get the frick over Clones and Dathomir Nightsisters by now? I'm fricking tired of everything being clones and Nightsisters from Dathomir.

    Was there anyone anywhere at all interested in seeing the origin story of the random lady that had a spear in one episode of Mandalorian? Did we need to waste half a season of a series on telling it? did we need the Ahsoka series to bother with going to another galaxy if it's just to Dathomir 2 with more Nightsisters?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If he was based he'll show a Dathomirian raping her slave

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They retconned Darth Maul into being a nightbrother, and made Thrawn into a Nightsister minion for whatever big galaxy-wide plans the Nightsisters have. And last week spear lady was retconned into being one of them too for some reason.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >made Thrawn into a Nightsister minion for whatever big galaxy-wide plans the Nightsisters have
        this is moronic

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is so clearly being pushed for the girl boss brownie points

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I think the fandom largely soured on Dave Filoni over the years,

    He was cool when he had fresh ideas and made new things happen...back in 2008. But since 2014 or so it has been nothing but callbacks, references, and never ever letting his creations die. Every new Star Wars series just reuses and re-re-uses the same small handfull of characters as many times as possible until people are just sick of them.

    People are fricking tired of Ahsoka appearing in everything. They are tired of the same couple clones always appearing, they are tired of the same inquisitors in each new show. They are tired of new shows being hijacked by old Clone Wars characters again and again. Mando Season 3 was just Clone Wars...some more.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What you think of "Dave Filoni ideas" were actually all George Lucas ideas. Dave Filoni's actual idea of his own was just to make Rebels - an inconsequential adventure cartoon - which Lucas promptly rejected from the get-go and established The Clone Wars as we know it. So, once Lucas was gone and no longer feeding him ideas, Dave Filoni made... Rebels - the thing that he wanted to make from the beginning. But he also never got over from Disney cancelling TCW, so for a while he was trying to tie up the loose ends from its preemptive cancellation. Its cancellation also allowed him to ignore established Lucas' stories and further milk characters past their natural character arc conclusion, like Cad Bane and Ventress.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I wonder how well an original crew might`ve compared to what we got.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That would require admitting no one likes the sequels, and Disney is too prideful for that.
      [...]
      He desperately needs someone to tard wrangle him like everyone said George needed with the prequels.

      Basically no one should be in charge of Star Wars for more than a couple years. They start out well but then run out of ideas and just reshuffle the exact same cast over and over again until they make the same boring shit a hundred times.

      In the 80s George just wanted to do more ewoks and kept making ewok shit.
      Then in the 00s he just wanted jedi backflipping around clones
      It's clear Filoni wants Ahsoka fighting Nightsisters with clones and Bo Katarn

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The problem is i feel like it'd be so much worse if Filoni wasn't the one doing it. Unless it's the false hope he dangles in front of you that makes you upset.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >But since 2014 or so it has been nothing but callbacks, references, and never ever letting his creations die.
      That's been the problem since season one of Rebels, or at least the last few episodes of s1, and it never got any better for that show and the rest of the star wars universe. It's stuck in nostalgia, callbacks and old characters that should be left alone and new blood allowed to flow into the series. But, the writers cannot write for shit, have no idea on how to make a fun or interesting character to save their lives and so, when a new character is made into nothing more that tropes, good or bad, but have nothing of substance, it falls through and the audience doesn't connect. And instead of learning from that, the writers just go, we've tried nothing so now we will shove Tarkin or Ahsoka or Cody in there and ride on with nostalgia/memberberries.

      It sucks how it's this damn bad. Hell, Hemlock was pretty cool, but we ultimately know nothing about him and he's just a Star Wars Dr. No. At this point, the few, FEW good episodes and characters from Bad Batch have to have been a fluke.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Rebels s1 had at least some consistent growth for its characters, its also perhaps not shocking that it seems the two best ones were the ones that filoni had the least involment in as apparently greg weisman who only worked in s1 was a heavier hand in kanan and hera.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          No one remembers Rebels S1. I remember how shit it was, and I remember the episode where Ezra and Zeb had to steal a fruit or some shit, and thinking to myself: why am I watching this? The only things anyone remembers from Rebels are:
          Ahsoka vs Vader
          Maul vs Kenobi
          Thrawn getting raped by Space Whales

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Not untrue. But as a show i think it holds a bit better. Then again, rebels never managed to pass the feeling of "basic star wars RPG campaign the DM wants to shove TCW characters in".

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            notice how all of those moments are about characters from something else?

            rebels' most iconic moments dont involve its main cast as the main part of it, its all TCW character wank or thrawn

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Well kanan has two good moments, one in s1 and then his death.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Rebels was incredibly promising since fans have been wanting just some show about a ship full of adventurers getting into trouble in the Star Wars universe for 30 years at that point. All anyone ever got was Ewoks and Clone Wars up to that point. So it was a huge welcome event.

        But it devolved into callbacks from Clone Wars real fast and people lost interest. Season 2 was just Ahsoka, Rex and Wolf all over again, season 3 was Maul, and season 4 was weird fricking nonsense that actually turned people off.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Rebels was just so boring from inception. Star wars adventure stuff is fun once or twice but it gets old fairly fast if the characters are boring.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I've been looking at old archives of SWR, and during season one, besides the homolust for that one imperial officer I still find funny to this day, there was so much conversation and theory going on. Absolute tons of conjecture and people generally speculating what's happening and making theories. And then in the later seasons its just us guessing what the show is going to do thanks to the episode previews, and being mostly correct about how the episode is going to go, thanks to how bland and paint-by-the-numbers the show actually became.

          Rebels was just so boring from inception. Star wars adventure stuff is fun once or twice but it gets old fairly fast if the characters are boring.

          I've always been a person that thinks that the first season of a show is to introduce your cast, open the setting so anyone who doesn't really know what's happening can learn quickly enough to get a gist of what's going on and set the groundwork of what the show is about. It just needs to be constructive, doesn't have to be flashy or get ten different plot points resolved, or anything. It just needs to set up the show and its overall themes. Then, in the second season, start defining and opening up the setting for bigger things and complex ideas/more complicated moral issues.

          Star Wars needs more complex plots and smarter thinking, not another nostalgia bait character to do the thing they're always known for doing to pad the time.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I dunno if it became that, just that people caught on that there were 0 twists and this was basically just a standard star wars RP thing where the only draw was seeing how x prior thing was done.

            I think you need to have engaging characters. You can start with generic plots, but make the characters cool/intresting. Rebels..didn't. It had two good ones (even if they were pastiches of EU characters) and then the rest were just generic SW/action show archetypes. And while they get some felshing out, only kanan really grows out of his original role really.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              To me, it felt like season one was going somewhere, but then cameos and TCW characters/plot points came in and it was fricking over. It never did become its own thing, it just became a "This is now a continuation of The Clone Wars and the Ghost Crew are along for the ride" show and I lost interest.

              Honestly, I'm tire of 'Everything has to be connected!' garbage that's beenngoing on, yeah sure there needs to be threads and roads interconnecting, but its now like a siamese twins scenario where they're sharing vital organs and they can't be their own separate thing, if you get me.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I dont disagree, s1 felt more cohesive if small scale and weisman was involved there while he stopped being in s2-3-4. But even in s1 only kanan and hera felt like characters, the others felt like generic plays on SW/action show ideas that while they get some fleshing out its not enough to break away from that.

                Rebels is a decent action-adventure cartoon with some cool parts and some obnoxious parts. Kanan is a good character, though. Grand Inquisitor is also one of the better Star Wars villains, overall.

                GQ is okay but he's written out by s1. And every other inquisitor outside of second sister sucks ass.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Rebels is a decent action-adventure cartoon with some cool parts and some obnoxious parts. Kanan is a good character, though. Grand Inquisitor is also one of the better Star Wars villains, overall.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >The Clone Wars is bad and Dave Filoni is a hack

    FTFY

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >facebook tier meme
      nu-Cinemaphile is so bad

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You keep bringing up Lucas as if I give a shit lol, who cares about that hack? That doesn't make the post-Lucas era good, but let's not pretend his writing and general sensibilities weren't absolute dogshit.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >My femininity has halved since last time we met!
    What did Filoni mean by this?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's on Disney in general, to be honest. Sexy women are not allowed, any femininity has to be reduced, everyone should look like a boy, or otherwise, it's gonna be sexualization. I also wonder if they are aware of thousands and thousands of Ahsoka Rule34 pics and the well-known "Luke, did I ever tell you..." copypasta. All the attractive TCW females suffered this. Riyo Chuchi was completely and utterly bogged in Bad Batch. Ahsoka had a nice, round, juicy ass in the original Season 6, which was then reduced completely, and her outfit was replaced with jumpsuit. Barriss' breasts were reduced and now she's flat like a boy. It is Disney. There are a lot of ass shots in Filoni's Ahsoka show. But cartoons seem to be getting extremely censored about this. Same with violence. Even TCW S7 was censored: decimator scene was cut from Bad Batch arc, Padme's nose art was cut, Ahsoka hasn't killed a single person directly with lightsabers in the finale, even though liva-action Ahsoka had flashbacks where she did kill Mandalorians with lightsaber. It's Disney.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous
        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous
        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Do you have the old design completely.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Here you go. Such an amazing outfit. So much better than the bland jumpsuit they went with in Disney verison. She's also supposed to wear this in the Ahsoka novel, but Tales of the Jedi episode also reconnected that into the boring jumpsuit.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              What would the original mandalore design be?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Unknown. Sketches have her original S3-S5 outfit, but it was probably just a placeholder. For the record, I love her blue Mandalore outfit. It was good. And they got Ahsoka's face right, it's beautiful in S7-TOTJ. Thankfully, she didn't get the Bad Batch Chuchi treatment. It's just that jumpsuit sucks.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Has anyone given the blue mandalore design cleavage or the crop top astethic?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Her characterization turned into exactly 1:1 copy of current Ahsoka. Emotionless machine that spouts random wise sounding one liners.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why everyone hates filoni now?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The mystque around him faded as more of his new shows were meh, also he's started doing to the new EU what TCW did to the old.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      "Ahsoka" show was kinda ass, so now everyone wants him crucified. It's kinda funny watching the creatives go down: much like Lucas faced similar things after TPM, and people went as far as to say that OT was good despite him and he was not all that involved.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        tbh there was always a group that had a thing against filoni but ashoka+the bat batch showed his faults to the group that previously adored him.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        tbh there was always a group that had a thing against filoni but ashoka+the bat batch showed his faults to the group that previously adored him.

        And mando s3 and book of boba fett...and people's views on mando overall becoming worse.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Mando and Boba were Favreau, though. He wrote the entirety of Boba and Mando S3, with Filoni only writing the Luke episode. Rogriguez is Favreau's friend, and he was in charge on Boba Fett. Lizzo, Jack Black, Gina Carano, Sasha Banks, Bill Burr and many other bizarre celeb cameos were all Favreau's friends. I honestly never liked Mandalorian. IT was so simplistic and shallow. Basically videogame sidequests in TV-form. Even coming from Rebels, which I didn't like, Mandalorian was even more boring.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            He's still pretty involved in mando, so that being mediocre was the big switch, as was bad batch being static. But yeah filoni went from the "savior" with that to "other guy that makes stuff people are divided on"

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              bad batch got better because he was less and less attached to it
              you can tell because season 1 was heavy with the rebels cameos

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Season 1 was the only decent one, lol. The only one with a sense of urgency and purpose with Crosshair hunting his former squad down. Then they resolved it, and it just became meandering filler with Palpatine returns bullshit.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >better
                It continues to be the most aggressively meh show around.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >better
                It continues to be the most aggressively meh show around.

                It was probably the only show I thought would have been better if it took place during the Clone Wars and not after.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Well yea, it's not a surprise. The show was nothing but a series of callbacks to Rebels. And acted like everyone watching would be perfectly well versed in a Disney XD show from a decade ago. It's the same issue a lot of MCU movies are having, they rely on the viewer having seen some Disney+ series and knowing what is going on since it is a direct continuation of the story.

        Meanwhile Ahsoka was a minor part of Rebels so no one expected it to be a sequel. but it was terrible as a show, it was nothing but callbacks and cameos.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I think everyone is ready for Star wars to be dead, but Filoni keeps it just interesting enough to teeter on the edge of a knife. It's like an abusive relationship.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      His last 3 shows and two mini series sucked. People don't like the guy that continues to make bad things and fill them with nothing but references to his previous equally terrible shows.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      He still has his fans (for whatever reason) but the more stuff he does, the more people see how much of a bad writer he is or always was. And now people can see more of the patterns of glaring flaws he's had in his past and present work such as bad dialogue, static or inconsistent character development, and turning pre-established lore/characters into worse iterations usually for the sake of propping up his favored ridiculous elements.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        the worst pattern is when someone (I think it was a review) pointed out that in ahsoka a lot of stuff is either unexplained and inconsistent, but expects the audience to fill in the gaps

        and now with tales of the empire its proves itself true again
        >why is pellaeon there? this is before thrawn treason
        "ah well you see I expect he's there because his relationship to thrawn is off-the-books"
        >this is never stated or implied to exist, its a cope argument to try and make sense of a retcon

        same applies to morgan and the nightsisters
        someone tried to make sense of it by making the assumption that human nightsisters are second class citizens which is why the tattoos disappear etc etc
        but none of this is stated.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >now

      I hated him from the very beginning. Especially the stupid cowboy hat LARPing.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Why does he look like Varg

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >TCW is bad
    >Filoni is a hack
    You're just now realizing this? I've known for years.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just finished this and what the FRICK were those Barris episodes? I couldn't believe the shit I was watching

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What about them? Lyn's turn was kinda rushed, but otherwise it was good. The themes and ideas were good, and I liked the whole thing with the ice cave and all the subtext of it... Lyn and Barriss clearly knew each other from the Jedi days and had a fairly strong relationship, Tales implied that but didn't have the time to touch on that. These are just shorts, essentially snapshots of stories... Should have been a full show about Barriss and Lyn. I would have preferred that over Bad Batch, which was just hollow, pointless, boring shit. Also, animation and music were crazy good.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I was honestly just glad to see Grievous fricking some shit up again.

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