Star Wars: Clone Wars

Chapter 11 - S2-E1

Corrected entry: Assajj Ventress' fighter escapes into hyperspace, and Anakin follows her on the spot. But the type of Jedi fighter used here has no hyperdrive and is thus unable to enter hyperspace on its own; this model has to rely on special hyperspace rings to make a jump, as previously seen in Attack of the Clones.

Correction: Anakin, as a talented mechanic and general tinkerer, has installed a hyperdrive on his personal fighter.

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Corrected entry: All the Vulture Droids in this series are brown like in the first prequel film. But being the Clone Wars they should be blue with markings of the Confederate Navy.

Correction: The Clone Wars series takes place *before* Revenge of the Sith (which establishes the blue-colored Vulture droids). These are simply droids that haven't been refurbished yet.

JC Fernandez

Correction: It's a stylistic cartoon, and inconsistencies between films/TV shows are not valid mistakes. This would only be valid if he didn't consistently have five fingers during this show.

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Corrected entry: The Vulture Droids first seen in TPM are brown like when they were first seen at the battle of Coruscant. But as is later pointed out, they are blue with Confederate markings during the war, even though they had otherwise never before been seen until ROTS in the series.

Correction: Is there a mistake here?

Correction: That's what the force is good for...

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Correction: Not nearly enough detail, be specific.

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Chapter 20 - S2-E10

Corrected entry: In the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the furry Jedi Master K'Kruhk (a Whiphid) was said to have actually survived the wound Grievous inflicted on him due to an ability to go into a healing trance. He reappeared in the Star Wars Republic comic series, and is allegedly one of the few surviving Jedi's after Order 66 had been executed.

Correction: Information about the comic series is not valid trivia for the show.

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Chapter 4 - S1-E4

Corrected entry: During the attack on the Banking Clan HQ, one of the Clone Army SPHA-Ts fires a shot in a ballistic arc. Beam Cannons do not - and cannot - fire in a ballistic arc; this happens only when a solid projectile or shell is dragged down by gravity as it flies

Correction: The projectile arcs because it has been modified. The weaponry we see in the movie is an SPHA-M. It modifies the projectile before it leaves the barrel. This is somthing you would need to look into.

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Corrected entry: In this series, the powers of the Jedi seem to be boosted up to a virtually superhuman degree. In Chapter XII for instance, Mace Windu easily scatters or dismembers scores of combat droids with his telekinetic abilities, and Kit Fisto easily defeats the giant walking cannon with a telekinetic water bubble. If the Jedi truly were that powerful, they should not have had as much trouble as they had in the Geonosis arena in 'Attack of the Clones'.

Correction: The Jedi in the arena could have had their abilities with the force clouded by the presence of Dooku.

Chapter 3 - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: The red-marked leader of the ARC Troopers sure goes through a rapid succession of field promotions and degradations. In Chapter III, he is addressed by Obi-Wan as a Sergeant; when Obi-Wan arrives at the Banking Clan's HQ in Chapter IX, he calls him Commander; and when Anakin returns from his duel with Asajj Ventress in Chapter XX, he is suddenly a Captain.

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Chapter 13 - S2-E3

Captain Fordo: Fall back! Fall back! Fall back!
Yoda: Hold your positions! Hold your positions!

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Chapter 15 - S2-E5

Trivia: In Revenge Of The Sith, General Grievous' first appearance was made notable by his rasping cough. In the Star Wars storyline, the crushing of his chest by Mace Windu in this episode was presented as the logical reason; but actually, George Lucas merely wanted to signify that Grievous is not a droid, but a cyborg.

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Answer: Her date of birth is unrevealed. What little is known is that she was found as a child (precise age unknown) by a Jedi who crashlanded on her homeworld of Rattatak somewhere around 40BBY (precise year unknown). Realising her Force potential, he took her as his Padawan and trained her for some years, only to be cut down by a local warlord before he could finish, leaving her to seek vengeance on the warlords who had conspired against him, precipitating her fall to the Dark Side. It's difficult to determine her precise age from all this, but if we assume that she was ten when she was found, and that was in 40BBY, then Asajj would be 28 at the outbreak of the Clone Wars. So figure on anywhere in a range a few years either side of that.

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