Star Wars: The Clone Wars
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Nightsisters - S3-E12

Deliberate mistake: At the beginning, Asajj Ventress is wearing an outfit with a long skirt. When she is rescued from her damaged starfighter by the scavengers, the skirt has vanished. This was done because the animators found the skirt too difficult to animate. This is also why she receives a brand new outfit that never had a long skirt later in the episode. (00:08:20)

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Ambush - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: After Yoda cuts a hole in one of the droid battle vehicles, and throws the droid out, the following scene returns to Asajj and the Toydarian king. When their backs are shown, Asajj is standing close beside the king, but in the very next shot (showing them from the front), she is obviously a few feet farther from him. (00:17:08)

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The Phantom Apprentice - S7-E10

Continuity mistake: During Ahsoka and Maul's duel, just before she kicks him through a wall, he's pushing her down with his double-bladed lightsaber while she's resisting with her two lightsabers. In a shot from behind her, she has one blade on each side of the handle of his lightsaber, but a close-up of her shows both of her blades on the same side. (00:20:19)

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Jedi Crash - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: When the Jedi's ship is in danger of crashing into a star while in hyperspace, there is a brief shot where Rex's kama (kilt) is missing, while Ahsoka is arguing with Aayla about shutting down the ship's power. (00:07:05)

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Ambush - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: For one shot near the start, the lightsabers on Ventress' belt are behind the buckle, but in all other scenes, they are hung in front of it. (00:03:56 - 00:04:38)

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The Gungan General - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: When Jar Jar and one of the clones are shown burying Kharrus, a creature walking by in the background disappears between the shot where Commander Stone is looking at what's going on and the following close-up. (00:08:53)

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Downfall of a Droid - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Ahsoka asks R3-S6 how the droid's first adventure was and Anakin snaps that he thinks he's lucky to be alive, Anakin's clothes below his belt are missing the black overtunic, leaving only the red tunic below it. (00:20:17)

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Witches of the Mist - S3-E14

Continuity mistake: While training Savage, Dooku uses the Force to levitate a number of stone obelisks. While he's doing that, there's a closeup of Savage where an obelisk that is shown floating in the preceding and successive shots is visible behind him not floating. (00:03:36)

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Storm Over Ryloth - S1-E19

Continuity mistake: When the three Jedi Cruisers are shown after a vulture droid crashes into the Resolute's bridge, the one on the left, the Defender, has had one of its two bridges destroyed. After a cut to a different shot, the next shot of the three ships as they turn to retreat has the Defender with both bridges intact. (00:06:28)

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Downfall of a Droid - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: Rex's kama (the black kilt-like thing he wears) is missing twice: first when he, Anakin and Ahsoka are looking at a hologram of an AT-TE on the Resolute's bridge, and second when Anakin's trap for Grievous is revealed, and Rex orders the AT-TEs on the asteroids to fire. (00:01:12 - 00:04:10)

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Mystery of a Thousand Moons - S1-E18

Obi-Wan: Very impressive. You just destroyed seventeen defenseless battle droids without suffering a scratch.
[Another battle droid falls apart.]
Anakin: Eighteen, actually.

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Answer: I would say his death in Phantom Menace was more of a controversy. He was a fan favorite character from the movie, and his fight scene largely regarded as the best part of the movie. It was more he was brought back to please the Star Wars fans and few, if any, had problems with it.

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