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One of the best things Disney has done for Star Wars has to be High Republic. It feels so much better than the whole sequel series, barring maybe The Last Jedi.
 
On the chat around time periods, I absolutely hear you all about wanting some more stuff from different periods but, for now, I can only see that coming from the extended media.

They're treading on some good ground with the Knights Of The Old Republic remake and if that proves to be a big success I could see us getting some more games and books from that period but I think the way they'll pull in most folks is by sticking to a period people know. That has a limited time period of course but I can see them using it very much as damage control for the sequel trilogy (which left everyone unhappy in one way or another) before pushing the boat out again.
 
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Does the 2nd episode have a plot hole?

Reeva kills the Grand Inquisitor but he is then in Rebels which is set 5 years after this?
 
I hope so. It would be weird for them to use things from Rebels and then make Rebels non-canon.
Stupid question as I've never seen Rebels and this is my first contact with Inquisitors: is the Grand Inquisitor a person or just a title like General? Can a new person take his place once the last Grand Inquisitor is murdered?
 
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Stupid question as I've never seen Rebels and this is my first contact with Inquisitors: is the Grand Inquisitor a person or just a title like General? Can a new person take his place once the last Grand Inquisitor is murdered?
It’s never mentioned because the Grand Inquisitor is the same person throughout Rebel but I’m guessing so
 
Stupid question as I've never seen Rebels and this is my first contact with Inquisitors: is the Grand Inquisitor a person or just a title like General? Can a new person take his place once the last Grand Inquisitor is murdered?

I would assume someone else could take the title.
 
Grand Inquisitor is a title, but it's also the only thing he's ever called. In Star Wars, when you become evil, you pretty regularly ditch your old name and only get referred to as something sinister, so.
 
I loved the first two episodes but I can't believe that

there is any way the inquisitors could have used the Organas to get to Kenobi successfully and Vader not use that knowledge to torture them/murder the entire city to find out his location sometime over the following decade. Especially since they reinforced the Sith ability to read minds in this.

It just entirely undermines the original trilogy for me.
 
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But that’s implying the Organa’s knew where Obi-Wan is opposed to Obi-Wan hearing about the kidnapping and his compassion forcing him out of hiding.
 

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Alderaan getting an expanded look-in is pretty cool. We hear of it in New Hope and a glimpse in Episode III. It was unexpected for me, but appreciated nonetheless!
 
It's always been weird to me they didn't have Naboo be Alderaan in the prequels. It would have really upped the weight of the moment it gets destroyed
 
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I still feel that the sets are very claustrophobic. For as big as these worlds/planets are, they feel very restricted. This started with Rogue One and it just undersells a lot of the world-building.
 
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