Why Clone Wars isn't canon:
1. The Mace episodes. Seriously, even a powerful Jedi would have broken, bloody, bleeding hands after punching a battle droid several times, not to mention leaping probably a mile's length up a hill? Withstanding the blast of wind that knocks over everything else without even flinching? Riiiiiiiiiiight. Sure I believe that, uh huh, ok.
2. The call to Coruscant. Gee, isn't it kinda funny how the book Labrinth of Evil already had the canon set that Palpatine calls Anakin back to Coruscant while on a planet (I forget it's name), but for some reason this tv show decides to show Mace calling Anakin back while he's on Nelvaan?
3. Durge. Now, the character Durge itself might be canon. For him to be shot repeatedly like that, only to "explode" into this super-huge monster who's arms can stretch across the length of a wide room, pulling with them the weight of several full grown men in armor.... I don't think so. Oh, and there's no possible way he could have swallowed Obi into himself like that.
And probably more reasons but I'd have to rewatch it again.
Reality doesn't care if you believe in it.
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