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  • Hoping to get her family to help the Rebels, Sabine returns home with Kanan and Ezra and soon finds herself embroiled in her family's power struggle for Mandalore.


    What did everyone think of the fifteenth episodes of the third season of Star Wars Rebels?

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    • AWESOME EPISODE! I can't believe we won't be seeing Sabine or Rau till "Zero Hour"

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    • Wow, that was pretty good. I liked Ezra's attempt to be friendly with the Mandalorians. Although I am kind of sad Clan Wren won't join the Rebellion not yet at least. But this definitely was a good episode.

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    • Personally, I liked Sabine fighting Saxon. To be honest, I wasn't sure Sabine was going to make it. But I did guess (SPOILER ALERT) Saxon was going to die, so I'm proud of myself. I was speculating to myself how he'd die and this episode was pretty much it. I just thought Sabine was going to kill him instead of Ursa, but I'm still proud of myself for being close.

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    • This was an amazing episode-Sabine's departure at the end was certainly a surprise, but it definitely makes sense. I would guess that her going after her dad isn't going to happen until season 4 or something, unless they fit little snippets into the episodes leading up to Zero Hour. I'm also more convinced than ever that the Mandalorians are the "unexpected" help that Ezra is going to rally in that episode-certainly the Rebellion has no reason to expect their aid based on how this one ended. Judging from Sabine's statements, however, it does look more and more likely that Mandalore is going to be caught up in their own problems and infighting, which will probably be why we don't see them helping out in the Original Trilogy.

      I am curious as to what this weapon is that Sabine apparently helped to develop in her youth-from what Saxon was saying it wasn't even finished, but it clearly did enough damage that the rest of Mandalore hates Clan Wren's guts. The fact that it's still incomplete is certainly foreboding. My theory about Tristan-wow, another guy with an Earth name!-seems to have played out as expected; still disappointed that the awkwardness of him meeting Ezra was one-sided, as I think it would have been funny if he played the protective older brother. With Saxon dead, it makes you wonder who's going to be the new figurehead leader of Mandalore/Imperial puppet candidate; perhaps Rook Kast?

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    • This episode made me crie. I have been a major Star Wars fan for years and openly cried when I heard my name in the Star Wars galaxy in the form of Tristan Wren. I love it when Star Wars uses actual Earth names and was very happy that this time it was mine. :-)

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    • AAAAAHHHHH!!! THEY SPOKE MANDO'A ON SCREEN FOR THE FIRST TIME!!! :) :) :) And it was all EU Mando'a as well, the language seems to be a constant! I'm so relieved at that, all that work Karen Traviss did creating almost an entire language hasn't been thrown away for nothing!

      Y'know, it's funny. One one hand I'm super bummed about Sabine leaving the team. On the other hand, this opens up so many story possibilities for Mandalore that they can explore, whether it's on-screen, a novel, even a comic book--they've got an opportunity to tell some really good stories. And could it be more obvious who Sabine's choice for the new wielder of the Darksaber is? Mand'alor Bo-Katan Kryze, here we come! :)

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    • Yeah, Bo-Katan is looking like the most likely candidate; I personally would have preferred Sabine, but it is kind of cool that she would rather find a successor. Her departure is a surprise, but makes sense; here's hoping it won't be permanent. The inclusion of Mando'a was pretty neat; here's hoping we get to see more of it and Mandalorians in general in a fourth season, seeing as how no cancellation announcement has been made.

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    • I know we will get a fourth season. I read somewhere the actors have been recording for one since July. I know Bo-Katan will be the leader, because I know she will appear later on.  

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    • Too bad Sabine had to leave but this is an important step for her character arc

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    • Sabine left for now, but what makes people think this is her last appearance? Who's to say she won't come back?

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    • ChristopherRedfield246 wrote: Sabine left for now, but what makes people think this is her last appearance? Who's to say she won't come back?

      Have people been saying that? I find it highly unlikely-if anything I would say it's more likely that we may see the series hit a divergence point where some episodes focus on Sabine and the Mandalorian civil war, while others will continue to follow the rest of Phoenix Squadron. Right now she feels that she can do the most good by trying to help her people break free from the Empire and unite under a new leader, but once said leader is in place or is at least in place over the anti-Imperial Mandalorians I imagine Sabine will make her return to the larger Rebellion.

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    • It was amazing and I only had two problems. 

      1. Sabine Staying

      2. SABINE DIDN'T HUG HER EZZIE URRGHHH EVEN IF SHE DOESN'T LIKE HIM HE IS STILL LIKE A BROTHER TO HER LIKE WHAT THE HECK!

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    • Snowyclaw wrote: 2. SABINE DIDN'T HUG HER EZZIE URRGHHH EVEN IF SHE DOESN'T LIKE HIM HE IS STILL LIKE A BROTHER TO HER LIKE WHAT THE HECK!

      You know, Star Wars is sadly lacking in pet names-we do not speak of "Annie" here-and this is the best. This episode was really not the greatest one for Ezra-the awkwardness with Sabine's family wasn't as funny as it could have been, and while there were a couple of great moments with him and Sabine-such as her assuring him that nothing would happen to his lightsaber and him then giving her said lightsaber for the duel with Saxon-his reaction to her decision to leave and their parting was pretty lackluster. The Kanan moment was great, but it's kind of sad that there wasn't more of one with Ezra and Chopper-though Chopper's reaction seems to have been more appropriate to the moment than Ezra's; the little grouch actually seemed sad for once.

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    • Voltron23 wrote:

      Snowyclaw wrote: 2. SABINE DIDN'T HUG HER EZZIE URRGHHH EVEN IF SHE DOESN'T LIKE HIM HE IS STILL LIKE A BROTHER TO HER LIKE WHAT THE HECK!

      You know, Star Wars is sadly lacking in pet names-we do not speak of "Annie" here-and this is the best. This episode was really not the greatest one for Ezra-the awkwardness with Sabine's family wasn't as funny as it could have been, and while there were a couple of great moments with him and Sabine-such as her assuring him that nothing would happen to his lightsaber and him then giving her said lightsaber for the duel with Saxon-his reaction to her decision to leave and their parting was pretty lackluster. The Kanan moment was great, but it's kind of sad that there wasn't more of one with Ezra and Chopper-though Chopper's reaction seems to have been more appropriate to the moment than Ezra's; the little grouch actually seemed sad for once.

      Yeah he did. Although I'm pretty sure that when Kanan and Ezra were back on the Phantom, Ezra cried. IDK.

      I'm a Sabezra shipper so.... yeah.

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    • I'm pretty sure in the next episode we're going to get YET ANOTHER Ezra rant about Sabine, or something.  Or maybe he's just going to do something to Sabine's room and trip it out or whatnot.

      When Zero Hour comes along, I think Sabine will give the darksaber to Bo Katan and move back on the Ghost, personally.  Then she'll be there for season 4 and the Ezrabine fan club won't have to worry. :)

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    • Snowyclaw wrote:

      Voltron23 wrote:

      Snowyclaw wrote: 2. SABINE DIDN'T HUG HER EZZIE URRGHHH EVEN IF SHE DOESN'T LIKE HIM HE IS STILL LIKE A BROTHER TO HER LIKE WHAT THE HECK!

      You know, Star Wars is sadly lacking in pet names-we do not speak of "Annie" here-and this is the best. This episode was really not the greatest one for Ezra-the awkwardness with Sabine's family wasn't as funny as it could have been, and while there were a couple of great moments with him and Sabine-such as her assuring him that nothing would happen to his lightsaber and him then giving her said lightsaber for the duel with Saxon-his reaction to her decision to leave and their parting was pretty lackluster. The Kanan moment was great, but it's kind of sad that there wasn't more of one with Ezra and Chopper-though Chopper's reaction seems to have been more appropriate to the moment than Ezra's; the little grouch actually seemed sad for once.

      Yeah he did. Although I'm pretty sure that when Kanan and Ezra were back on the Phantom, Ezra cried. IDK.

      I'm a Sabezra shipper so.... yeah.

      You and me both.

      KRAIoftheflame wrote: I'm pretty sure in the next episode we're going to get YET ANOTHER Ezra rant about Sabine, or something.  Or maybe he's just going to do something to Sabine's room and trip it out or whatnot.

      When Zero Hour comes along, I think Sabine will give the darksaber to Bo Katan and move back on the Ghost, personally.  Then she'll be there for season 4 and the Ezrabine fan club won't have to worry. :)

      Yeah, it is looking like they'll at long last be fulfilling that Clone Wars plan to have Bo-Katan become ruler of Mandalore. Can't say I'm the biggest fan of the idea-don't know that it's any better than Pre Vizsla being in power-but hopefully that does mean Sabine will be returning to the Rebellion before too long. However, I think Zero Hour may be a bit soon-I would imagine there'll be at least one episode in the future dedicated to the rescue/attempted rescue of her father from Mandalore.

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    • No, Bo-Katan being Mand'alor rather then Pre Vizsla is way better. Vizsla was so obsessed with the old ways of 'glory and honor only won through combat' he lost sight of the thing that makes up the very core of a Mand'alor―he didn't care about his people. He would murder his own soldiers because they were 'weak', and he killed other Mandalorians simply because they followed Satine rather then him. Bo-Katan was Death Watch, sure, but she cared about her people. She defied Maul because she knew he was going to use them for his own power like he did, and she was willing to fight alongside the Republic to save Mandalore even if it meant they would take it over later. That shows true care for her people and her culture. If that isn't a defining trait of a worthy Mand'alor, I don't know what is.

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    • You make some fair points, though I still think that anyone whom Vizsla though was a worthy second-in-command is going to be of questionable character, and it stands to reason that Maul's involvement with Death Watch merely enabled a takeover of Mandalore that they were planning themselves all along. I'll agree that it was probably an exaggeration to say that she'd be as bad as Vizsla, but I can't say the idea of Mandalore under her rule is a comforting one.

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    • I guess everything else has been covered by now, so I'll just say that I liked the design of the Wren residence. Some pretty good attention to detail in there ;)

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    • Voltron23 wrote: You make some fair points, though I still think that anyone whom Vizsla though was a worthy second-in-command is going to be of questionable character, and it stands to reason that Maul's involvement with Death Watch merely enabled a takeover of Mandalore that they were planning themselves all along. I'll agree that it was probably an exaggeration to say that she'd be as bad as Vizsla, but I can't say the idea of Mandalore under her rule is a comforting one.

      I think Viszla chose her as second-in-command more because she was a skilled warrior who still valued the traditional ways more then anything else about her character. Plus, a second-in-command that was the sister of his greatest enemy would be a conveniant other way to spite Satine. Honestly, when it comes to Bo-Katan's alligences, what I've seen on-screen is a loyalty to Mandalore's people and culture. Death Watch, while extremely flawed, was the closest thing to Mandalore's warrior past rather then the New Mandalorians' pacifism, so it made sense for her to join them rather then conform to Satine's rule.

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