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When she tried to speak out, her family abandoned her to her fate. Reality Ensues: Someone to Remember Him By: Splash Porn Lust Of Tranny Carrying over from The Clone Wars , the characters have a touch of anime on their character designs. Young Pussy.

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The crew is ordered to go into hiding to ensure that their message of hope will not meet a depressing end. They decide to go rescue Kanan, which all of them know is risky and, at least in a military sense, a bad decision. After they succeed, whispers of what happened reach across the galaxy, sending the message that the Empire is Not So Invincible After All.

While people did listen to their message, the fact that they backed it up is what sparks unrest on Lothal. Off Stage Villainy: The destruction of Tarkintown in "The Siege of Lothal" takes place offscreen; we only get to witness the aftermath and the characters' reactions. Granted, it is less than forty-five minutes long and has to remain kid-friendly, but they avoid showing even a single shot of the Empire destroying the town.

The Inquisitors are seen boarding a ship in "The Future of the Force" in the intro and proceeding to kill off onlookers. The next time we see the ship, it is empty and floating around in the void, with a Sole Survivor that dies soon after Ahsoka finds her. Oh, Crap! Kallus and Tua have stark reactions of this sort to the surprise beheading of Aresko and Grint right in front of them.

Poor Tua barely manages to avoid screaming in pure terror but is still obviously struggling to maintain her composure at all; Kallus manages to remain a little more collected but is still obviously having trouble believing what he's seeing. Kanan and Ezra react this way when Darth Vader uses the force to lift a walker that had fallen on top of him.

It makes Kanan and Ezra realize just how hopelessly outmatched they are and convinces them to run away. The entire episode of "The Honorable Ones", from Zeb and Kallus when they realize they're about to crash into the moon of Bahryn, to escaping the bonzami. Once per Episode: For most of Season 2, new characters are introduced every episode. The only one that seems to avert this is "The Mystery of Chopper Base".

Only Six Faces: Noticeable among the non-named Imperials, as well as the members of the Phoenix Squadron and citizens. Lyste's and Tua's models aren't even original, the former just being a raised hat to remove the anonymity it gives to generic officers, while the latter is a Palette Swap of a generic citizen.

Rudor is also just a helmetless TIE pilot and Oleg is just a generic cadet with green markings to accompany the rest of his unit. Sabine's blasters are basically bricks with a grip, which is pretty standard for Mandalorian weapons. Ezra's lightsaber, built from whatever parts the crew had lying around, looks like a staple gun with the saber hilt as the handle.

It doubles as a stun blaster. Out of the Inferno: Just as they're about to leave, he almost casually lifts them of himself. If that doesn't kill him, what will? Railing Kill: Subverted when Agent Kallus and a random Stormtrooper are knocked over a railing into a pit, as they both manage to hold on to one of the pylons.

Double subverted when Agent Kallus kicks the Stormtrooper down anyway. Sabine knocks a Stormtrooper down one in "Rise of the Old Masters". Reality Ensues: For most of the first season, the crew is regularly skirmishing with the local Imperials, in a pretty ratings-friendly way, and with some of the Imperials even acting a bit like standard "I'll get you next time!

In "Call to Action", Tarkin grows tired of this incompetence and shows up to handle things personally. Which begins with the brutal execution of half the old Imperial recurring cast as a warning to the other half. Rex lampshades the hell out of the impracticality of the Stormtrooper Armor and how the helmet actually makes his marksmanship go down. And just because they know which cell block Ezra is being held in doesn't mean they know how to get there.

Finally, running towards your ally while disguised as the enemy probably means you're gonna get shot at instead of a welcomed hello, as both Rex and Kanan found out the hard way when they showed up moments after Ezra just escaped from his Stormtrooper Guards. Thankfully, Ezra had his gun set to Stun, and it was a good thing Ezra recognized Chopper in spite of his disguise.

And as for Rex, he may have been an uber-badass soldier in his prime and he may still be a good fighter, but he's not as young as he used to be. His genetically-accelerated aging coupled with his falling out of practice on Seelos means that he has far less stamina than his younger allies, leading to him being captured and needing Kanan to rescue him.

Maul has made his way to Tatooine to finish his business with Obi-Wan Kenobi. There's just one problem: Tatooine is a planet , and planets are big. Similarly, when Maul finally finds Kenobi , their final duel is over in three strokes, which is exactly how most samurai duels went in real life.

While both of them are much older, Kenobi still has his entire body and has spent his time in the desert productively , training and meditating until he is truly a master of all the forms of lightsaber combat - shown in the shifting stances he takes before the first swing. Maul, in contrast, is literally Half the Man He Used to Be both figuratively and in terms of skillset, has done absolutely no training or done anything to attain the "inner peace" that Obi-Wan has, hasn't had a genuine lightsaber fight in years and is driven by little more than his hatred and vengeance.

All of this on top of the fact that Obi-Wan has been peacefully relaxing at his camp, while Maul has been hunting him fruitlessly through the desert for weeks and is half-mad from thirst, hunger, exhaustion, and heat exposure, as well as other reasons. The Power of Hate is no substitute for training and discipline, especially when you've only got half the body you had at your highest point.

Just because you're in a kids' cartoon does not mean Armor Is Useless. Going into battle with no protection whatsoever on your chest is a bad idea, even if some of the enemies you're fighting against are essentially armed workers. Gregor found that out the hard way. No matter how vastly outnumbered and outgunned the rebellion is by The Empire , arrogance and inexperience are not qualities you want in your military leadership, as Pryce and Konstantine demonstrate on multiple occasions.

The chain of command exists for a reason, and insubordination by someone commanding armies can be absolutely catastrophic. When Pryce and Konstantine ignore orders from Thrawn and take matters into their own hands on how to deal with the rebels, it usually backfires spectacularly. Konstantine breaking from the formation during an aerial bombardment mission just so he can have his own shot at glory gets his flagship blown up with him on board , and Pryce ordering her troops to blow up the Imperial fuel deposits just to kill Kanan cripples the Imperial operation on Lothal and scuttles the TIE Defender program with only a single dead Jedi to show for it.

Thrawn is absolutely seething with rage in both these scenarios, and the only reason he doesn't have both Pryce and Konstantine court-martialed and executed is because both of them die before he gets the chance. There's a reason why ridiculously excessive force to crush a vastly smaller opponent is not often a workable strategy, and treating your soldiers and facilities as expendable will play into the hands of a numerically inferior enemy.

It is not a good idea to sacrifice a site of massive strategic importance to your cause just to take out your enemy's leadership, as Pryce discovers when she detonates her own power plant with Kanan inside. Sure, she managed to kill a major enemy leader, but at a steep price. The Empire can't afford to give her the resources she needs to fix the damage her dumbass mistake caused and has no reason to do so , and is forced to take extreme aggressive measures to cement its hold on the planet as a result.

The Galactic Empire is huge. Even when taking the franchise's usual approach to scale into account, no matter how powerful the Empire is, it can't possibly hope to maintain absolute control of every planet, especially during a time of Galactic Civil War when the Empire's resources are severely strained both by the ongoing conflict and by massive costly expenses like the Death Star project.

Consequently, when Phoenix Squadron destroys the Imperial control center and wipes out the Imperial presence on Lothal in one fell swoop, and the citizenry seizes on this opportunity by revolting en masse, the Empire cuts its losses and abandons the planet to the Rebellion rather than waste time and effort it can't afford reclaiming a backwater planet which offers little strategic importance.

As a result, Lothal gets to experience a period of peace and freedom unprecedented amongst the primary worlds for at least the entire period of the original trilogy. It also goes the other way for the official Rebel Alliance. After numerous failed attempts at freeing Lothal, the Rebel Alliance abandons Lothal as a lost cause. Despite being Ezra's homeworld, Lothal has no strategic value and is ultimately just one of the thousands of backwater planets being subjugated by the Empire.

Rebels is essentially this to the entire Star Wars franchise. The prequels tended to deconstruct many popular elements of the series; for instance, showing us how a lonesome boy who grew up surrounded by war would likely turn out in reality. Rebels takes many of the Original Trilogy's elements including the one mentioned and puts them in a whole new light, letting us remember what was so great about Star Wars in the first place while still keeping in mind how to make it work.

In the beginning of the episode, Kanan quotes Yoda's "Do or do not; there is no try," from The Empire Strikes Back , only for Ezra to point out the apparent contradiction, leading to Kanan second-guessing the teaching. However, the episode ends with Kanan saying that he won't try to teach Ezra, he will teach Ezra. They may fail, but they will do what is required of them.

Their weaknesses are lampshaded, but so are their strengths. In particular, the weak point at the neck ends up being used as a plot point. As time goes on, the rebels become identified by the Empire through information that already exists on them.

Ezra's identity wasn't identified until "Vision of Hope", when he reveals to Trayvis that his parents were responsible for the Bridger transmissions. Kallus learned that Hera was the pilot of the ship in "Vision of Hope". An image of Sabine without her helmet was somehow taken and identified as her, as we learn in Season 3. In Season 3, they had enough information on Chopper to be able to pull up a complete profile of him including images of each time he went undercover with an Imperial paintjob when he tripped an alarm.

Recurring Element: Rebels continues the Star Wars tradition of creating ideas inspired by those in Wuxia and Jidai Geki genres. Kanan is a Samurai Cowboy and later a Blind Weaponmaster , which explicitly was said to be a homage to Zatoichi. He's even got the samurai-like ponytail, the goatee which becomes a full-on beard later , and a piece of samurai-like armor for one of his arms.

Ahsoka, as well as the Seventh Sister, the Fifth Brother, and the Sixth Brother also have samurai-inspired appearances as well. The Bendu is an old, wise creature with knowledge of the higher world. Sabine uniting the Mandalorian clans to rise against Saxon and the Imperial occupation by showing she has the power of the Darksaber sword sounds almost like something out of a medieval story such as King Arthur or Joan of Arc , including old samurai movies, where the prodigal offspring returns to their homeland with a MacGuffin so to rally the daimyo feudal rulers back into battle to reclaim the family's fortune and honor.

Red and Black and Evil All Over: The Grand Inquisitor has gray skin with red Facial Markings a standard for the Pau'an species , wears black armor, and wields a double-bladed red lightsaber. Maul, once he makes his reappearance on Malachor. Red Shirt Army: Phoenix Squadron, introduced in Season 2.

First appearing in "The Siege of Lothal", the Squadron is shown to do pretty well against average TIE fighter squadrons, but near the end, find themselves on the receiving end of a Curb-Stomp Battle from Darth Vader, with only a small number of them surviving. Afterward, they usually have at least one unnamed pilot getting killed whenever they get a space battle scene.

Retired Badass: Kanan has forsaken his past as a Jedi since the Order was destroyed. He's forced to come out of retirement at the start of the series. Dave Filoni confirmed that all of the surviving Clone Troopers from the Clone Wars were relieved from combat duty and were reassigned to managing various Imperial projects due to their Clone Degeneration.

He also notes that a number of them are either bitter or distraught over Order Rex, Wolffe, and Gregor are among them, though they all have their brain chips removed, keeping them from carrying out the order. Rex himself later comes out of retirement. Retired Badass Roundup: Captain Rex and a few other old clone troopers from the st take up the cause again.

Ultimately, Rex is the only one who joins the Rebel network, though Wolffe and Gregor both cover his escape. Well, close as you could get in CGI, but the lightsabers and blaster shots look more like the effects from the original trilogy than the prequel era. The Reveal: As revealed by "Legacy" Ezra's parents were executed between the events of the first two seasons.

As revealed in "The Holocrons Of Fate", the key to destroying the Sith is Luke Skywalker , as anyone familiar with the movies will be able to tell you. It should be noted that this is mostly implied by means of the answers for Maul and Ezra's queries revolving around Tatooine, even though none of the characters actually realize this making it something of an Internal Reveal for the audience.

Furthermore, Ezra uses this dimension to save Ahsoka from being killed by Vader on Malachor, confirming her survival after two years of uncertainty. Hera's group tries to keep the death count to minimum, and when they do attack the Empire deaths tend to be just the result of defending themselves and never the objective.

Tarkin even points this out when informed of their latest raid, deeming them more principled than other Rebel cells. This actually makes them more dangerous to the Empire because it's harder to paint them as simple terrorists, while also making it easier for the civilian population to sympathize with them.

Role Reprisal: From the movies: Also, Anthony Daniels once more returns as C-3P0. From The Clone Wars: Steve Blum voices a number of Stormtroopers, like he did in a number of Star Wars games previously. Run or Die: Whenever the Grand Inquisitor shows up, the only option is to hold him off long enough to escape - at least until "Fire Across The Galaxy". And when Vader shows up, the team is lucky to even have the chance to run.

Same thing with the other Inquisitors, although by this point, they can hold them off a little easier than with the Grand Inquisitor. The music used in the show often borrows and reworks music from the first six Star Wars movies. Interestingly, the show also borrows a bit of the soundtrack of the Indiana Jones movies on occasion.

Samurai Cowboy: Kanan is described as a "Cowboy Jedi", he uses blasters, has a lightsaber with a Chokuto-style tip, and wears his hair in a samurai-esque ponytail. This becomes a lot more interesting when you consider that Star Wars was partially inspired by the Western and Wuxia genres in the first place.

Saved by Canon: Given that it's not clear who is actually piloting the ship, however, the survival of all of the crew is not a Foregone Conclusion. Although Hera at least does make it through the events of the series — she's name-dropped on the comm chatter as "General Syndulla" and Word of God confirms it's her, not her father Cham — as does Chopper, who we briefly see.

Dave Filoni confirmed at Celebration that he is retconning the old, bearded soldier at the Battle of Endor in Return of the Jedi as Rex, making him this trope for the series as well. A Forces of Destiny short features Hera interacting with Leia and Han after the Battle for Endor, so she at least is confirmed to make it all the way through the Rebellion and into the era of the New Republic.

Like The Clone Wars before it, Rebels uses, alters, or discards elements from the Legends continuity as it sees fit: The Imperial Inquisition, charged with hunting down Jedi and other Force-Sensitives not troublesome enough to draw the attention of Darth Vader himself, were detailed in various Legends works, notably as antagonists in assorted tabletop role-playing games.

Lightsaber crystals renamed Kyber crystals appear. Interdictor cruisers were a popular tool in the Legends canon, especially of. Grand Admiral Thrawn , who appears at the start of Season 3 as an antagonist for the Rebels. The ISB, the Imperial Security Bureau, was detailed in a few Legends works, where it was Palpatine's initiative to keep the Empire completely under his personal control drawing parallels between various institutions in Nazi Germany, like the SS and Youth Groups, to instill the Nazi idealogy into everyone.

How much of a State Sec they are remains unexplored thus far. In a similar case of Broad Strokes , the B-Wing in Legends was the result of "Project Shantipole," Admiral Ackbar working with Verpine engineers to build a fighter to replace the sturdy, yet aging, slow, and unmaneuverable Y-Wing, with one of the stated design goals being that the fighter would be able to reliably destroy Nebulon-B Frigates, which the Empire was increasingly deploying to guard supply convoys the Rebellion desperately wanted to raid.

In Rebels , the B-Wing is developed on the planet Shantipole by a Mon Calamari engineer melding Admiral Ackbar coming up with the concept and the Verpine actually building it , and is explicitly stated to be designed to destroy much larger ships. Rukh, and by extension probably the Noghri , are also re-canonized partway through Season 4.

Word of God confirms that Thrawn survives Ezra jumping them both to lightspeed, so, assuming that he's still with Ezra when Sabine and Ahsoka go looking for Ezra , he's alive post- Return of the Jedi , just like in Legends. Scenery Porn: Just about every place in the show, from Lothal, to the Ghost, to the Star Destroyers. Second Episode Introduction: It's technically the first episode of the season, if you don't count the premiere movies.

Minister Tua is introduced in the episode after "Spark of Rebellion". A minor case, as she is only a major character to Season 1. Not really a character introduction, but "Holocrons of Fate" reveals 'he lives' and the key to destroying the Sith are the 'twin suns', possibly in reference to Obi-Wan and the Skywalker twins.

Confirmed as of "Visions and Voices. Secret Test of Character: Kanan allows Ezra to steal his holocron as a test to see if Ezra can open it. He also allows Ezra to steal his lightsaber later on, offering to let him keep it as a trinket or make his own as a Jedi. While in the Lothal Jedi Temple, Ezra is led to believe that the Grand Inquisitor has killed the crew and that the crew has no faith in him, his worse fear being alone again.

He overcomes it, as he realizes that his friends are True Companions and even if he is left alone once more, he can still continue forward. This allows him to make contact with Yoda, who leads him to the next part of his trial. Before giving him his kyber crystal, Yoda asks Ezra why he wants to become a Jedi.

Ezra says he wants power and revenge on the Empire for taking everything away from him. Yoda leads him to a better answer by asking if he was taught to think this way by Kanan, to which he answers no, as the crew has taught many including himself how to hope again and that they are protectors; they're his inspiration.

Somewhat subverted, as Ezra starts to go back to his original style of thinking wanting power by the next time he speaks with Yoda. Hearing that the Sentinel wants to kill Ezra before he falls, Kanan refuses to let him do so and fights him. Kanan ends up not doing so well, and is forced to resign to the Sentinel's mercy, coming to admit that he has to put faith in what he has taught Ezra and that Ezra will be okay in Kanan's absence.

And for that, the Sentinel grants Kanan his knighthood. To make sure he's definite in wanting to defect, Sabine talks with Wedge about how this is Not What I Signed Up For when it turns out the Empire has no problem with shooting down civilian and unarmed transports. Wedge agrees, and with that, Sabine reveals her identity as a Rebel infiltrator that has come to help him and the other sympathizers at Skystrike.

Sensor Character: Ezra and Kanan first meet when they sense each other's presence in the marketplace. Kanan senses Rex in "Stealth Strike" when the latter is about to be tortured. Sequel Hook: The final scene of Season 1 is Darth Vader arriving on Lothal to stamp out the fledgling rebellion. The last scene of Season 2 shows Ezra opening the Sith Holocron.

Why the Emperor appears to need Ezra to open a portal to the "World between Worlds". The place is equally left mysterious beyond it's ability to transcend space and time. The entire series ends with Ezra and Grand Admiral Thrawn having been lost in Hyperspace during the elimination of the Emprie's control over Lothal. Series Goal: For the heroes of this story, liberate Lothal from the Empire.

However, this goal just gets more and more elusive each season. Silent Snarker: Chopper is a variation: Silly Rabbit, Cynicism Is for Losers! Ezra finds the idea that anyone would act selflessly to help others to be ridiculous. Hera calls him out on this, telling him his life is worth nothing if it only means something to himself.

Surprisingly, even Kallus shares this view; when Ezra repeats the sentiment after being told he'll be used as bait, Kallus just smiles and says nothing, clearly knowing better. After the ending of Season 1 establishes the possibility that the people of Lothal could overthrow the Imperial presence on the planet, Darth Vader shows up in Season 2 and ensures that it remains firmly under the Empire's control.

Shell-Shocked Veteran: The three retired clone troopers in "The Lost Commanders" are still carrying a lot of baggage from the Clone Wars; Rex is bitter about his forced retirement by the Emperor, and ashamed at the Clone Army's betrayal of their Jedi Generals. Wollfe is paranoid and fearful of the Empire, and Gregor has become a cackling Cloud Cuckoolander.

Ship Tease: In the show itself, Hera calls Kanan "love" as an Affectionate Nickname. It helps that they're the Team Dad and Team Mom of the group, respectively. In the season 2 episode Homecoming Kanan spends a good part of the first half of the episode trying to look good in front of Cham, acting very much like a boyfriend trying to impress his girlfriend's father.

They embrace at the end of "The Mystery of Chopper Base" before he leaves for Malachor, with him promising that they'll see each other again. And they embrace once more at the end of "Twilight of the Apprentice", when Hera realizes he's blind. Sabine mostly responds with irritation at his attempts to flirt in succeeding episodes, until "Empire Day" and "Gathering Forces" give them some moments.

Shoo Out the Clowns: Bumbling Imperial officers Aresko and Grint are executed on Grand Moff Tarkin's order for their embarrassing defeats at the hands of the rebels. This serves as a sign that Tarkin and the Empire are taking the kid gloves off, and as a warning to Kallus and Tua that further failure is unacceptable.

While Lyste is extremely downplayed being more of a Butt-Monkey with amusing fails , his last episode ends with him being dragged away to a detention cell while screaming that he is innocent and begging Kallus to help him after the latter betrays him. Thrawn has no interest in freeing him even after discovering Kallus is the true rebel spy because it would screw things up for his plans.

One of the Stormtroopers' identification number is TK- According to Pablo Hidalgo, Kanan becoming blind after an attack from Maul was a reference to Zatoichi. The scene where Ezra meets "Old Master" is ah obvious homage to Luke's first meeting with Yoda in Empire, with some lines taken word for word. An undercover Kanan and Ezra claim to Stormtroopers that they were supposed to be stationed in B B is the bomber that the design of the Ghost was based off of.

Likewise, the disruptors were located in the similarly named Bay 7 in "Droids in Distress", and Sabine lied to Tua that they were located in Bay In "Warhead", the infiltrator droid's self-destruct countdown is an exact replica of the self-destruct countdown used by predators.

In "Flight of the Defender", Thrawn at one point stands in the open firing his sidearm at the hijacked TIE Defender baring down on him, mirroring a similar scene from Patton. Dave Filoni confirmed that Ahsoka's appearance in the finale, with white robes and a staff, is a deliberate homage to the fall and return of Gandalf , with Ahsoka returning from her apparent death and changing from grey robes to white after her battle with the "Balrog" Vader.

Single-Stroke Battle: Obi-Wan Kenobi versus Maul. Sir Not-Appearing-in-This-Trailer: In fact, heavy distortion and different actors are used to throw off any attempt to figure it out. Not that it worked , but points for trying. Agent Kallus is absent from the Season 3 debut trailer Same thing nearly happened in the Season 2 midseason trailer, having only a total of two scenes shown, though this is due to only having one episode where he plays a prominent role.

The Smurfette Principle: As of the first half of Season 3, there have only been three female Imperials: Minister Tua, the Seventh Sister, and Governor Pryce, and none of them have ever had screentime with each other. Captain Brunson is introduced as a minor character in a Season 3 episode and a subsequent cameo later on, but otherwise, the situation is still pretty bad.

Solar and Lunar: A recurring theme in Rebels seems to be the moon, as how Luke is associated with the twin suns of Tatooine. The theme that plays at the end of "Legacy" where Ezra has a vision of parents who he discovered had died the night before in a happier Lothal is called "Twin Moons", in reference to the two moons of Lothal, also similar in name to Luke's "Binary Sunset".

The 'sun' is either referring to Ahsoka being presumed dead or once again emphasizing Anakin's fall, while the 'moon', Ezra, lives on, though traumatized and corrupted. Lothal has twin moons, while Tatooine has twin suns. Ezra learns that the 'key to defeating the Sith' either Obi-Wan or Luke is on a world with twin suns.

Plus, it could well also be hinting to how Ezra and Kanan are not conventional Jedi and have done more questionable things with the Force Ezra much moreso , but are still good people at heart. When Maul dies , there's a shot of Tatooine's twin moons. Someone to Remember Him By: Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Played straight in the first season.

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