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The show takes place between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith which is about a three year time period. This last season may or may not overlap with Revenge. Read more

1/23/20
3:04 PM
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They were super afraid of hurting cats, though. They were even defeated in battle once, because the enemy drove a horde of cats at them and strapped cats on their chariots. They fled rather than risk hurting the cats in battle.

1/23/20
9:40 AM
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My hotel was a couple of blocks away last spring. What a place to get lost while jetlagged...

1/23/20
1:13 AM
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Because it would have been useless unless he had written the entire show? What self-respecting author would step in at the last minute without full creative control over their own work? It would have been a messy patchwork no matter what, due to all the shortcuts the show started taking in the later seasons. Better Read more

1/22/20
3:29 PM
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There could be overlap, I guess. I mainly assumed because Ahsoka is still kicking around, and I thought that she was far away by the time RotS happened. 

1/22/20
12:15 PM
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Whoa, there...the pilot film is not really optional. It introduces Ahsoka as a character, sets up her up with the main cast...it’s basically the first three episodes of the show. You can’t skip that. Read more

1/22/20
11:37 AM
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I guess, I’ve just watched it in the DVD order. 

1/22/20
10:20 AM
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Where in the timeline are you? This is well before Rebels where he died. Teenage Ahsoka, non-Vader Anakin and younger Obi-Wan ought to be little hints.

1/22/20
10:19 AM
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From the first season of the 2008 series, the pilot film is optional. It’s a bit slow start, but when it gets going, it gets going good. 

1/22/20
10:18 AM
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After the last season of Clone Wars, before the start of Revenge of the Sith.

1/22/20
9:59 AM
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The first season is decent, but it really gets going in the second, and feels like it improves every season afterwards, at least that’s how I recall it. 

1/22/20
1:28 AM
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Well you didn’t say that, and I’m not talking about anime in general, I’m talking about the show this article is covering. Read more

1/22/20
12:30 AM
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I didn’t notice any issues as bad as this in previous seasons. Receipts or it didn’t happen. Read more

1/20/20
8:07 AM
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It’s always been this bad and people haven’t started to pay attention now. I remember visiting sites dedicated to hilariously off-model anime pictures at least 15 years ago. When you have a bunch of underpaid, overworked drones working on a deadline, you get what you pay for. Read more

1/19/20
12:09 PM
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Nothing. They still belong to the Tolkien Estate, and Christopher already chose a successor for running the estate some time ago.

1/16/20
2:13 PM
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Darn, just bought a new monitor in anticipation of this game. I might have waited until summer if I’d known... 

1/16/20
2:06 PM
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That article you linked to says it starts with events 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones, and then incorrectly (as many people point out in the comments) says that was when House Targaryen started to fall apart. Read more

1/16/20
12:05 PM
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This article pretty plainly points towards the Dance, since it definitely isn’t Robert’s Rebellion. And besides, it’s the only part of Blood & Fire lengthy, detailed and eventful enough to turn into a multi-season TV show. 

1/16/20
12:01 PM
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That was his own fault, too. CDPR offered him a percentage of the profits and he refused, demanding to get a single payment up front. He’s from the generation of Eastern Europeans who associate the word “investment” with “pyramid scheme”.