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Amazing deaths in the 6 movies

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Amazing deaths in the 6 movies

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Captain_Zone
03.13.2012 , 10:30 AM | #41
Kinda wish we could list other good deaths in the SW universe than just the movies.

If so, I'd go with Satele's master in Return. That Zabrak held off two extremely powerful Sith Lords and mortally wounded one before being taken down by Malgus. He died with honor.
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Drakkenfeur
03.13.2012 , 10:49 AM | #42
Quote: Originally Posted by Jaspless View Post
The most embarrassing way to go was watching Qui-Gon Jinn getting beat by a Sith Apprentice. So much for being a powerful Jedi Master...
Qui Gon was never a master, only a knight, due to his disobedience towards the council. Obi Wan points this out when he disargees with him about taking and training Anakin.

Most epic death in star wars; 'Freeze you Rebel Scum!' *is pelted with a box and screams like a girl while falling to his death.*

Made forever more epic by the fact that scream is saved and reused in literally every single movie since.

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Wolfninjajedi
03.13.2012 , 11:08 AM | #43
Quote: Originally Posted by Drakkenfeur View Post
Qui Gon was never a master, only a knight, due to his disobedience towards the council. Obi Wan points this out when he disargees with him about taking and training Anakin.

Most epic death in star wars; 'Freeze you Rebel Scum!' *is pelted with a box and screams like a girl while falling to his death.*

Made forever more epic by the fact that scream is saved and reused in literally every single movie since.
Ahh..actually that scream was first used in the 1951 film Distant Drums. Though ya after star wars, Indy films and disney cartoons used it it became more popular.
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