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Packy21 Author
Packy21

After re watxhing the miniseries i found out that not giving a damn is about 80% of the characters' emotions

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✯Joshua✯
✯Joshua✯

What gets me is his entire army was wiped out in that episode.
Yet his reaction is that of a hippie at peace upon the fight's completion.

And people wonder why Order 66 was followed so easily...

A real General would've resigned in SHAME upon such a disastrous defeat and so many dead troopers. Not only was he arrogant enough to believe himself still worthy of the title General, he also didn't give a single care about all the men he lost.

If I had a Commander with that kinda track record, I'd shoot him dead, gladly.

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Packy21 Author
Packy21

They'd just LAAT spam them again so they have a bagillion troopers again

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KyloRen
KyloRen

Well I can't really blame him for not really caring. I mean, they could just make more.

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Necrolifer
Necrolifer

Clones were meant to be disposable in the first place. After all the Kamino cloners could produce a limitless supply to make up for the losses,right? Few to none of the Jedi generals actually cared about their safety(Anakin and Yoda might be some exceptions).
Windu be like - I ain't got time fo' thees ***********!

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✯Joshua✯
✯Joshua✯

*meant to be disposable*

I'm sorry, weren't Jedi taught to respect all life?
They no longer follow that code, so honestly...

Order 66 did them and everyone else a favor. Maybe after losing so much they just might understand the value of life again. Lets see them take the loss of all their brothers and sisters lying dead on the ground like the mere Troopers had to during the war. Tell me, do the Jedi get any sense of righteous indignation yet? Sorrow, pain, loss? Congratulations, you now know what the grunts had to feel before you sent them off to die as cannon fodder. Jedi were just as bad as the Sith.

Treat people, be they clone, human, or alien as nothing more than cannon fodder. Frankly, you're just as bad as the most brutal of tyrants in the galaxy.

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Necrolifer
Necrolifer

The downfall of the Jedi was the product of their inability to focus on the present,as highly esteemed Qui-Gon put it. He was far more wise than most Jedi,even if he was a Gray Jedi. His philosophy could've saved the entire order from their brutal fate.
I did not meant for it to sound like I don't care about the clones or something. I genuinely like clones such as Cody and Rex,they're badasses. Not to mention the Delta Squad and their feats...
But try and understand that they were meant to be cannon fodder right from the start. Only Jedi like Anakin or Yoda could show compassion and caring to them.

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✯Joshua✯
✯Joshua✯

Granted, don't mind it if I seem to get into roleplay a bit.

The order itself, had fallen into a state of hypocrisy by the Clone Wars time. Once they started allowing the order to become embroiled in war, and likewise command armies, often utilizing them as nothing much more than fodder. That's when any hope of the order of that time being salvageable was lost.

Order 66 merely cleaned house. It presented the surviving Jedi a opportunity to go back to their roots and abandon the warlike nature the previous masters had lead them into. If a Jedi wants to be a peacemaker among worlds, that's fine. But leading armies into battle, is not their platter if you ask me.

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Necrolifer
Necrolifer

Absolutely.
The Jedi acted as guardians for the Republic for hundreds of years,and it makes me wonder what could've happened to the galaxy if the Order remained secluded on a planet like Tython or Dantooine.
The inability of the Order to focus on the present and how its actions might affect the future clearly shows how weak and daydreaming the Order has become.
All in all,the war was quite a disaster for the galaxy. The clones fought and performed their duty exemplary,it was them who brought final victory to the Republic,or should I say...The First Galactic Empire?

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DarthMongol
DarthMongol

Huh? I must missed something then, i thought he has no other emotions than idgaf.

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KyloRen
KyloRen

He doesn't.

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