Star Wars: The Clone Wars was a look into a far, far away galaxy. The animated series of six seasons presented new ideas, new characters, and some fan-top choices from the extensive range of Star Wars. Here are six of the most essential ways The Clone Wars altered the Star Wars myths.
1. Obi-Wan’s Love Lost
The Clone Wars opposed the thought that Jedi couldn’t have romantic connections. While Anakin and Padmé’s relationship went against the code, it also pushed Anakin to the Dark side. At the point when Obi-Wan Kenobi fell in love in The Clone Wars, he emerged stronger. We all cherished the flirting between Obi-Wan and Ventress. However, we’re referring to Satine Kryze here.
Obi-Wan and Satine’s emotions were transparent, even though it had a concealed history. In “Voyage of Temptation,” Obi-Wan states he would have left the Order to be with her had she said so. Imagine how different our adventure would be without his guidance.
2. Clones Are Humans Too!
If you ask individuals from the 501st Legion when Star Wars: The Clone Wars began, they’ll in all probability let you know the show truly began with Season 1, Episode 5,”Newbies.” The scene revolved around a gang of clone troopers working on their first mission. These “shinies” helped us learn, through this scene and others, that while clones might have the same faces and voices, they are still humans.
Echo, Fives, Cutup, Hevy, and Droidbait (all voiced over by Dee Bradley Baker), showed clones who were bold, that had distinctive qualities and shortcomings. Also, they indicated through their own fellowship exactly how human they are.