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The death of a battle
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(LONEWOLF) Creator
(LONEWOLF) Oct 9 2012, 12:30am says:

yeah thoughts there trying to mess with our heads and canon definitely working

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Niner Skirata
Niner Skirata Oct 9 2012, 12:36pm says:

There wasn't Alpha-17 too so that would be sure they would f*** Boz Pity. But this cartoon is for child so i always tell to myself before watch another episod of the massacre that it is an alternate universe because that isn't coherent with the movies...
And the true clone wars for me => 2003 Show, BD, everything but not this tv show for child who watch it only for action or i don't know what.
Battle for Cato Neimodia in TCW will shoot the story in "Labyrinth of Evil" 1600% sure.

(Proud to be a The Clone Wars hater.)

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Ozzy667 Author
Ozzy667 Oct 9 2012, 7:20pm replied:

Alpha 17 still fits.
And you can tell yourself anything you want to believe. Pretend to be a lion or that World War 2 didn't happen or whatever but that does not change reality. George Lucas has made this the story wheather we like it or not. Unfortuantely some stuff we like will be conflicted. It sucks and I think we would all have done some tings differently but o well. We can still enjoy the stories the show does tell.

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Commissar_Delta
Commissar_Delta Oct 9 2012, 6:07pm says:

this battle was probably one of the most epic battles of the clone wars, i mean you got dooku ventress, griveous, racked dup against ankin, oi wan, mace windu, and yoda, it would make an epic episode of the show, so why pave over it?

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Ozzy667 Author
Ozzy667 Oct 9 2012, 7:17pm replied:

I completely agree. They could have esily incorporated the Nightsister Arc for Ventress in to it since the circumstances are the same of her betrayal by Dooku. And they could have had Savage kill Eath Koth instead of Adi Galia since he doesn't make it to Ep 3 anyways. Both still meets there story goals but preserves this epic battle.

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The_Darker_Side
The_Darker_Side Oct 9 2012, 7:18pm says:

Actually, it can still fit without Adi Gallia and Ventress. Just take those threads out, and you will still have the Battle of Boz Pity.

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Ozzy667 Author
Ozzy667 Oct 9 2012, 7:23pm replied:

Possibly but unlike many things Delta has tried to claim. This is simply a major modification to the battle. Other things have still managed to fit with minor tweaks or none at all but these changes are pretty big.

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The_Darker_Side
The_Darker_Side Oct 9 2012, 7:27pm replied:

Exactly. But 2 characters being taken out is a big thing to take out. 1 is dead, and the other deserted the CIS. However, I believe that they can still make it work.

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Commissar_Delta
Commissar_Delta Oct 9 2012, 7:55pm says:

the show could have been alot more epic if they worked along with the comics instead as opposed to them

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nowhere3pro
nowhere3pro Oct 15 2012, 4:53pm says:

seems as the battle of boz pity was mentioned in ROTS, perhaps there would more references, or perhaps a showing of it. but it will be different from the comic version. in all fairness was epic :)

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Although I support the clone wars in a lot of ways one thing that has me rather unhappy at the moment is the future of the battle of Boz Pity. With Ventress having already left the service of Dooku, which was suppose to happen during the battle; in a previous season I believed the Battle could still fit. With the first episode of the new season Savage Oppress kills Adi Galia who is suppose to be killed by Grievious at the battle it appears the Battle of Boz Pity may be removed from canon unless it can somehow still fit without the two characters. Any Thoughts?

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