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Worst dead in the 6 movies


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Gonewild
02.21.2012 , 06:08 PM | #21
Porkins.

Followed by The Younglings.

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DrFaroohk
02.21.2012 , 06:13 PM | #22
Quote: Originally Posted by Drahh View Post
NO way. . .Mace Windu with his two useless escorts with him when they confront Palpatine. They die right off the bat. . .no reason for them to even be there. It's so stupid.
I always wondered about that. Sometimes I think Jedi have the worst reaction time. I mean, you already know he's a sith lord, you see him flick his lightsaber out and come flying through the air and.....stand there to see what happens.

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Drahh
02.21.2012 , 06:35 PM | #23
Quote: Originally Posted by Taythan View Post
Padme, hands down. A woman Loses the will to live as her children are being born? Are the babies not enough reason to want to live? It's not even like she was ill or had complications during the pregnancy or anything. That death is right up there with Yoda just deciding after a difficult fight with Palpatine that the most powerful Jedi still alive should just go in hiding on Dagobah instead of regrouping and giving it another go, or helping the rebels or even decide to keep in touch with the children to teach them from a young age the ways of the force. No Run away and hide for the next 20 years that will teach em.
This is just one of many horrendous writing ideas by George Pucas.

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jarjarloves
02.21.2012 , 07:30 PM | #24
Quote: Originally Posted by Kilikaa View Post
Boba Fett didn't die in "JEDI". Being thrown (or fall) into the Sarlacc Pit is not instant death. Fett actually escapes the Sarlacc thanks to help from Dengar. (Gotta read the books to learn that)

As for worst death in the movies...Anakin storming the Jedi Temple with the 501st. That scene where he enters the chamber and the younglings come out of hiding because they think he is there to help. To me THAT is the worst death of all the films. Poor kids never had a chance.
sigh... not this again.

Ok fett escaping is not canon which means it didn't happen.

George Lucas has stated many times that Boba Fett died. He even says it on the audio commentary for RotJ.

Plus George Lucas and Leeland Chee have stated several times that nothing that happens after RotJ is considered canon.


Sorry but Boba Fett IS dead.

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TheHiddey
02.21.2012 , 08:01 PM | #25
Quote: Originally Posted by Drahh View Post
NO way. . .Mace Windu with his two useless escorts with him when they confront Palpatine. They die right off the bat. . .no reason for them to even be there. It's so stupid.
It's worse, actually. There are three of them!
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ChewiesArmy
02.21.2012 , 08:10 PM | #26
Quote: Originally Posted by jarjarloves View Post
sigh... Not this again.

Ok fett escaping is not canon which means it didn't happen.

George lucas has stated many times that boba fett died. He even says it on the audio commentary for rotj.

Plus george lucas and leeland chee have stated several times that nothing that happens after rotj is considered canon.


Sorry but boba fett is dead.
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venomlash
02.21.2012 , 08:39 PM | #27
Quote: Originally Posted by Eternalnight View Post
Well a bit off, but this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnkAFDt-PxQ
That is fallacious. The AT-ATs have strong armor along their exterior surfaces, but the articulation of the neck is a weak spot. The armor is thinner there in order to allow the cockpit to swivel and target enemies not directly in front of the slow and ponderous walker. Knocking the walker down turns it into a stationary target and allows the speeders to aim more accurately at the weak point. The explosion is a bit large, though; the shots must have hit a fuel line, or maybe set off the power source for the main cannons.
C'mon, never played Star Fox? If you're in a small fast fighter trying to take down a lumbering behemoth, there is always a magical glowing weak spot you need to hit. That is how the Rebels took down the first Death Star. Heck, they even had to analyze its shield first (using proton torpedoes rather than blaster fire to bypass the ray shield). Sound like Slippy Toad to you?
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Crip
02.21.2012 , 08:53 PM | #28
The emporer.

Amassed all that power over 6 films and a hell of a lot of years just to be thrown down the well by vader.

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Mendellium
02.21.2012 , 09:10 PM | #29
Quote: Originally Posted by Crip View Post
The emporer.

Amassed all that power over 6 films and a hell of a lot of years just to be thrown down the well by vader.
Vader's death was not that impressive either. It took me a long time to figure out what killed him; seemed like he just fell over and died. Luke took way more force lightning than him, and he walked away just fine.

I will grant that Padme's death was much, much worse. I give an 11 out of 10 on the lame scale. Seems like Lucas will write characters that are "supposed" to die, but can't come up with a reason, but reasons and logical coherence are no obstacles to Lucas.

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jarjarloves
02.21.2012 , 09:28 PM | #30
Quote: Originally Posted by venomlash View Post
That is fallacious. The AT-ATs have strong armor along their exterior surfaces, but the articulation of the neck is a weak spot. The armor is thinner there in order to allow the cockpit to swivel and target enemies not directly in front of the slow and ponderous walker. Knocking the walker down turns it into a stationary target and allows the speeders to aim more accurately at the weak point. The explosion is a bit large, though; the shots must have hit a fuel line, or maybe set off the power source for the main cannons.
C'mon, never played Star Fox? If you're in a small fast fighter trying to take down a lumbering behemoth, there is always a magical glowing weak spot you need to hit. That is how the Rebels took down the first Death Star. Heck, they even had to analyze its shield first (using proton torpedoes rather than blaster fire to bypass the ray shield). Sound like Slippy Toad to you?
if you watch the video it actually hits the At-At at the top of the armor not in the neck.