Topic: the greatest SW mystery of all...

here r thought provoking mysteries i often ponder.
please add ur own
yes some r silly...i know this.

1. what do jawas look like under the hood?
2. was count dooku gay?
3. what color are garindans eyes?
4. what ever became of GO-TO and that other droid, at the end of KOTOR2?
5. did dengar really look like matt damon before the accident?
6. was jabba a slug of the people, beloved by the inhabitants of tatooine?
7. was Guri the first fem bot, predating austin powers?
8. is spice in the star wars world, the equivalent of cocaine?
9. were there conversations happening inside the sarlaccs belly?
10. r there any mellow sand people, or do they all have rage issues...and easily excitable?

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2 (edited by Karson Fett Tuesday, April 15, 2008 12:30 pm)

Re: the greatest SW mystery of all...

What happen to T3-M4?
Does Reven come back?

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What started the War between the republic and CIS? ( I dont know much about what happend b4 phantom menace, besides KOTOR)

Who really shot first? Solo or Greedo?

Would the Empire have still fallen had they kept using Jango clones?

Why doesnt Vader recognize 3po?

Why do the Skywalkers wine so much?

Whats with E.T in the senate? why arent they in star wars games too, that would be cool

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"Why doesnt Vader recognize 3po?"
He does.

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Was Anakin bangin' Aayla Secura behind Padme's back?

And Barriss Offee?

And Adi Gallia?

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Alo Fett wrote:

"Why doesnt Vader recognize 3po?"
He does.

doesnt really do anything that would lead some one to that conclusion

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Jesse Fett wrote:
Alo Fett wrote:

"Why doesnt Vader recognize 3po?"
He does.

doesnt really do anything that would lead some one to that conclusion

I may be blonde but are there any scenes where Vader and C3PO are in the same space together? I'm not thinking of any right now.

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Greedo shot 1st. In the special edition

Why doesn't Vader recognize Luke's last name?

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Adeptus_Astartes wrote:

Greedo shot 1st. In the special edition

Why doesn't Vader recognize Luke's last name?

Now thats one I've always thought of too!

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Si Titran wrote:

are there any scenes where Vader and C3PO are in the same space together?

They are right across from each other as Han is frozen in Carbonite...

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BUBBA FETT wrote:
Si Titran wrote:

are there any scenes where Vader and C3PO are in the same space together?

They are right across from each other as Han is frozen in Carbonite...

See i AM blonde and stupid. Of course. But then again Vader was preoocupied there and 3PO was in a state of dissasemble. Ontop of that it had been 21 years since they had any real contact.

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Si Titran wrote:

i AM blonde

So what? Clint Eastwood was blonde, and Jeremy Bulloch modeled his performance as Boba Fett after Clint... catch my drift, Si?

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Si Titran wrote:
Adeptus_Astartes wrote:

Greedo shot 1st. In the special edition

Why doesn't Vader recognize Luke's last name?

Now thats one I've always thought of too!

Vader didn't find out Luke's name until after the destruction of the Death Star. Then the hunt began, he knew he was a relative. Guess he never sent Christmas cards to Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen tongue

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14 (edited by cujo Tuesday, April 15, 2008 11:30 pm)

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Who are SW version of zombies?
a. Tusken Raiders
b. Band Gora
c. Yuuzhan Vong
d. other

...and why?

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1. Why do clones go from amazing killers in Ep. I-III to totally inacurate and ineffective drones in Ep. IV-VI?

2. Why does Jango shoot his partner to protect his idenity with a weapon that pinpoints his exact location?

3. Why does the Star Wars bar scene in Ep. IV remind me of the U.N.?

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BFFC-Mel wrote:

. Guess he never sent Christmas cards to Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen tongue

I can just imagine that now.


Merry Christmas FROM THE EMPIRE!
*Plays imperial march*

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That'd be cool.

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Re: the greatest SW mystery of all...

Ralin Drakus wrote:

2. Why does Jango shoot his partner to protect his idenity with a weapon that pinpoints his exact location?

Well he didn't think Kamino was widely known by fat diner owners................And he underestimated the power of the plot....

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Stupidity?

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Karson Fett wrote:

Stupidity?

No not stupidity, just a tactical error that he didn't know the ONE person that knew about kamino outside from anyone involved with them

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Exactly what part of Palpatine's offer to join the Dark Side so he could save Padme's life did Anakin find so seductive in the first place?

The "killing little children" part?

The "killing all of your friends" part?

The "I've really been your enemy this whole time" part?

The "I suddenly look and sound like a hideous monster" part?

Or was it the icing on the deal...

The "Technically, NO... I don't actually know the power to cheat death, myself" part?

Man, ol' Palpie could sell refridgerators to Eskimos, couldn't he?

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Why did the Ewoks destroy the 501st in ROTJ?

Why is the ENTIRE army of the Republic made out of clones? Is there not a single person in the rebublic willing to fight?

What speices is Yoda, and why does his homeplanet keep sending a new 'whatever hes called' jedi master every thousand years to the jedi temple? (Yoda, and that one person from Kotor anyone?)

Why was no one protesting the use of 10-year-olds, to fight a war, during episodes 2-3?

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Mandal_ShadowWarrior wrote:

Why did the Ewoks destroy the 501st in ROTJ?

Why was no one protesting the use of 10-year-olds, to fight a war, during episodes 2-3?

Because Ewoks kick plastic armored @$$

And because no one knew

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24 (edited by Ralin Drakus Wednesday, April 16, 2008 9:40 pm)

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LOL Bubba Fett!  Yeah, Palpy's offer never seemed all that juicy to me, either.  And his offer to Luce sucked even more, but see my question at the end of this post; maybe it did make sense after all.

Mandal_ShadowWarrior wrote:

Why is the ENTIRE army of the Republic made out of clones? Is there not a single person in the rebublic willing to fight?

There are non-clone stormtroopers; play the old PC stratagy game Force Commander.  In the intro your character Brenn Tantor starts as a Stormtrooper, but you play him as a newly promoted Imperial officer.


Was Palps really going to kill Luke at the end of Ep. VI?  Or was he playing with his mind as Malak did to Bastila at the end of KotOR?

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Ralin Drakus wrote:

1. Why do clones go from amazing killers in Ep. I-III to totally inacurate and ineffective drones in Ep. IV-VI?

after that point, Jango's clones had died out, mostly. Shortly after the Clone Wars, they started cloning from different sources, and the clones would have been too old to fight before Ep IV. By then, most were just men, recruited through propaganda or force.

Also, read Alleigence (sp) by Zahn--the main characters, some of them, are human's. Not clone humans.

And there were a FEW non-clone groups fighting for the republic, but VERY few.

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