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    Interesting notes, some nice clues for future episodes too!

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    I'm 3 seasons behind everyone else...! As I've only seen seasons 1 & 2.
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    Trivia notes, from the TCW site!


    5.01 Revival
    Spoiler:
    SUPREME CHANCELLOR REVISITED
    Palpatine's character model has undergone some subtle changes, softening some of the more extreme angles of the earlier look, including changes to the hair, ears, nose, and hands. He is also wearing a new outfit—the same he wears in Episode III when kidnapped by General Grievous.

    JEDI MASTER UPGRADE
    Likewise, Yoda has undergone a model upgrade. The new version has smaller hands, larger feet, smaller ears, and less stylized hair. The main motivation behind these character model changes is a complete upgrade of the facial rig to allow a better performance in the animation.

    ILL-FATED JEDI
    In the prologue footage, there is a scene of Darth Maul and Savage Opress killing the female Twi'lek Jedi (Finn Ertay) and a male Nikto Jedi (as yet unnamed, but based on Master Di's model) at an unidentified spaceport.

    BLUE SNAGGLETOOTH
    The warehouse supervisor was simply described in the script as having a "slight build with a frontier twang." His final design is that of a Snaggletooth-type alien, in a blue jumpsuit with silver boots, the kind made famous by a vintage 1970s Kenner action figure that was included in a Sears exclusive cantina playset.

    HONDO'S TROUBLES
    When talking to Obi-Wan Kenobi via hologram, Hondo Ohnaka says, "First you lose this system and Grievous comes in and destroys my entire stronghold, leaving me here to just rummage through the leftovers of my once great empire!" Though Hondo is prone to exaggeration, Grievous did indeed attack Florrum in a story that has yet to be told (though lucky viewers did get to see it at Celebration VI).

    HIS PRICES ARE INSANE!
    In the background of Hondo's camp is a huge piece of superstructure with the Aurebesh words, "HONDO'S SALVAGE - PRICES SLASHED," stenciled on it.

    WHAT'S A SITH?
    The pirates and the warehouse supervisor all initially mistake the Sith brothers as Jedi. This is to show that the average galactic citizen has no real knowledge of the Sith or that most have never met a Jedi.

    WAREHOUSE OFFICE SPACE
    The warehouse office where Maul and Savage find the credit chip coffer is a re-dress of black marketer Siddiq's office on Mandalore, seen in the third season episode, "Corruption."

    MODIFIED SPACE STATION
    Though the lead deputy droid never gets to complete his sentence, he declares to Maul, "You are trespassing on InterGalactic—," possibly suggesting that the station or its offices may have been the property of the Banking Clan. The warehouse station is a modified re-use of the Quarzite station seen in the fourth season episode, "Bounty."



    5.02 A War on Two Fronts
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    RETURN OF THAT JEDI
    Though airing after "Revival," the Onderon story arc was originally placed before the events of that episode, as can be seen by a number of production clues. The older Yoda model makes an appearance, and Adi Gallia can be seen sitting on the Jedi Council despite her death. Perhaps it's Stass Allie? The true chronological placement of this episode in relation to "Revival" has yet to be determined...

    AN ANCIENT WORLD
    Onderon is a planet from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. It first appeared in the 1993 Tales of the Jedi comic series set thousands of years in the distant past. In that story, there was an ongoing civil war between the city-dwellers and outcasts living among the beasts of the jungle.

    REBEL MENAGERIE
    Among the native creatures seen in the Onderonian jungle are dalgos, rupings, pikobis, tee-musses, and fambaas.

    THESE EYES
    When Rex is in his rebel disguise, the "jaig eyes" that ordinarily decorate his helmet are now on his chest plate.

    ANAKIN SKYWALKER'S WAR
    The insurgency that Anakin Skywalker creates will grow in the later years to become the Rebel Alliance. One can easily find examples in history of insurgents equipped by a ruling power to fight a proxy war that would later become a source of direct conflict to said ruling power.

    REBEL ROOTS
    The look of the Onderonian rebels are very much inspired by early Nilo Rodis-Jamero designs for Rebel troopers and commandos in Return of the Jedi.

    FAMILIAR. MOST FAMILIAR.
    Anakin's critique of Steela's sharpshooting is a direct quote of something he later says as Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back: "Impressive. Most impressive."

    KEEPERS OF THE PEACE, NOT SOLDIERS
    Obi-Wan's reminder to Anakin of their mandate on Onderon is also an echo of dialogue from the feature films. "We can only protect them. We cannot fight this war for them," is very similar to how Qui-Gon Jinn described his role as protector to Queen Amidala during the Battle of Naboo.

    HUNTER HOARDERS
    Among the mishmash of items on the rebel hunter cart are Trandoshan axes, a bantha skull, an eopie saddle, a Wookiee bowcaster, a dewback skin rug, and gundark ears on a ring. The cart itself is a modified Mandalorian transport.
    where are you getting these trivia notes? cause i've been onthe star wars clone wars site and i haven't seen any trivia notes since season 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    Trivia notes, from the TCW site!


    5.01 Revival
    Spoiler:
    SUPREME CHANCELLOR REVISITED
    Palpatine's character model has undergone some subtle changes, softening some of the more extreme angles of the earlier look, including changes to the hair, ears, nose, and hands. He is also wearing a new outfit—the same he wears in Episode III when kidnapped by General Grievous.

    JEDI MASTER UPGRADE
    Likewise, Yoda has undergone a model upgrade. The new version has smaller hands, larger feet, smaller ears, and less stylized hair. The main motivation behind these character model changes is a complete upgrade of the facial rig to allow a better performance in the animation.

    ILL-FATED JEDI
    In the prologue footage, there is a scene of Darth Maul and Savage Opress killing the female Twi'lek Jedi (Finn Ertay) and a male Nikto Jedi (as yet unnamed, but based on Master Di's model) at an unidentified spaceport.

    BLUE SNAGGLETOOTH
    The warehouse supervisor was simply described in the script as having a "slight build with a frontier twang." His final design is that of a Snaggletooth-type alien, in a blue jumpsuit with silver boots, the kind made famous by a vintage 1970s Kenner action figure that was included in a Sears exclusive cantina playset.

    HONDO'S TROUBLES
    When talking to Obi-Wan Kenobi via hologram, Hondo Ohnaka says, "First you lose this system and Grievous comes in and destroys my entire stronghold, leaving me here to just rummage through the leftovers of my once great empire!" Though Hondo is prone to exaggeration, Grievous did indeed attack Florrum in a story that has yet to be told (though lucky viewers did get to see it at Celebration VI).

    HIS PRICES ARE INSANE!
    In the background of Hondo's camp is a huge piece of superstructure with the Aurebesh words, "HONDO'S SALVAGE - PRICES SLASHED," stenciled on it.

    WHAT'S A SITH?
    The pirates and the warehouse supervisor all initially mistake the Sith brothers as Jedi. This is to show that the average galactic citizen has no real knowledge of the Sith or that most have never met a Jedi.

    WAREHOUSE OFFICE SPACE
    The warehouse office where Maul and Savage find the credit chip coffer is a re-dress of black marketer Siddiq's office on Mandalore, seen in the third season episode, "Corruption."

    MODIFIED SPACE STATION
    Though the lead deputy droid never gets to complete his sentence, he declares to Maul, "You are trespassing on InterGalactic—," possibly suggesting that the station or its offices may have been the property of the Banking Clan. The warehouse station is a modified re-use of the Quarzite station seen in the fourth season episode, "Bounty."



    5.02 A War on Two Fronts
    Spoiler:
    RETURN OF THAT JEDI
    Though airing after "Revival," the Onderon story arc was originally placed before the events of that episode, as can be seen by a number of production clues. The older Yoda model makes an appearance, and Adi Gallia can be seen sitting on the Jedi Council despite her death. Perhaps it's Stass Allie? The true chronological placement of this episode in relation to "Revival" has yet to be determined...

    AN ANCIENT WORLD
    Onderon is a planet from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. It first appeared in the 1993 Tales of the Jedi comic series set thousands of years in the distant past. In that story, there was an ongoing civil war between the city-dwellers and outcasts living among the beasts of the jungle.

    REBEL MENAGERIE
    Among the native creatures seen in the Onderonian jungle are dalgos, rupings, pikobis, tee-musses, and fambaas.

    THESE EYES
    When Rex is in his rebel disguise, the "jaig eyes" that ordinarily decorate his helmet are now on his chest plate.

    ANAKIN SKYWALKER'S WAR
    The insurgency that Anakin Skywalker creates will grow in the later years to become the Rebel Alliance. One can easily find examples in history of insurgents equipped by a ruling power to fight a proxy war that would later become a source of direct conflict to said ruling power.

    REBEL ROOTS
    The look of the Onderonian rebels are very much inspired by early Nilo Rodis-Jamero designs for Rebel troopers and commandos in Return of the Jedi.

    FAMILIAR. MOST FAMILIAR.
    Anakin's critique of Steela's sharpshooting is a direct quote of something he later says as Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back: "Impressive. Most impressive."

    KEEPERS OF THE PEACE, NOT SOLDIERS
    Obi-Wan's reminder to Anakin of their mandate on Onderon is also an echo of dialogue from the feature films. "We can only protect them. We cannot fight this war for them," is very similar to how Qui-Gon Jinn described his role as protector to Queen Amidala during the Battle of Naboo.

    HUNTER HOARDERS
    Among the mishmash of items on the rebel hunter cart are Trandoshan axes, a bantha skull, an eopie saddle, a Wookiee bowcaster, a dewback skin rug, and gundark ears on a ring. The cart itself is a modified Mandalorian transport.
    Interesting trivia there. Thanks for posting those.

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    where are you getting these trivia notes? cause i've been onthe star wars clone wars site and i haven't seen any trivia notes since season 3.
    Explore episode, slideshows, trivia gallery.

    It WAS way better set up during season 3, but they're still doing it.
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    5.03 Front Runners Trivia
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    ETLA: Extended Three-Letter Acronym

    The script refers to the explosives the insurgents use as IEMD -- improvised electromagnetic devices.

    Onderonian Ride

    A popular landspeeder design seen in Iziz matches the shape and lines of the airspeeder used by Bail Organa in Revenge of the Sith, which in turn resembles the yellow speeder used by Anakin Skywalker in Attack of the Clones. Art by Russell Chong and Kilian Plunkett.

    Dono's 'Do

    Dono, a female rebel seen briefly in "A War on Two Fronts," has a larger role in this episode as she drives the speeder used to block off the street during the insurgent attack. Her character model features a reuse of Boba Fett's long hair from Season Two. Dono's name derives from longtime Lucasfilm Animation staffer Kris Donovan. Artwork by David Le Merrer, Kilian Plunkett and Darren Marshall.

    When In Rome

    As is evident in this episode, the design of Iziz draws heavily from ancient Rome. King Sanjay Rash's design heavily features Roman influences, including a headband that suggests gilded laurel leaves at his temples.

    Falumpaset Fountain

    The fountain in the center of the plaza depicts an Onderonian guard on dalgo-back, atop a pedestal of water-spewing falumpasets. Artwork by Wayne Lo.

    Okalin's Origins

    Okalin, the aide to the king, is the same species as Dr. Sionver Boll, the well-intentioned but shortsighted scientist from the Zillo Beast episodes in Season Two. Okalin is named for The Clone Wars episodic director Brian Kalin O'Connell. Artwork by JP Balmet.

    Floating Watchtower

    The droid watchtower seen in Iziz resembles a similar platform used by Rebel sentries on Yavin 4 in A New Hope, except these are elevated by repulsorlift technology as opposed to mounted on a physical stalk. Artwork by JP Balmet.

    Portrait of the Monarch as a Young Man

    Among the paintings hanging in the throne room of Iziz is a portrait of King Dendup from his younger days. Painting by Kilian Plunkett.

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    This trivia is great, I like this current arc going on plus its great to see Anakin wearing actual Jedi robes.

    I'm still puzzled if the Jedi killed by Savage in "Revival" was Adi Galla or not. I sure don't remember her being dead at the time of Episode III, or maybe I'm thinking of Stass Allie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Replicator Todd View Post
    I'm still puzzled if the Jedi killed by Savage in "Revival" was Adi Galla or not. I sure don't remember her being dead at the time of Episode III, or maybe I'm thinking of Stass Allie...
    It was Adi Gallia. You're right that she was originally killed in Star Wars: Obsession which is set just before Episode III, but Revival overrides that. Her appearance in that comic is now considered non-cannonical.
    Meh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livestick View Post
    It was Adi Gallia. You're right that she was originally killed in Star Wars: Obsession which is set just before Episode III, but Revival overrides that. Her appearance in that comic is now considered non-canonical.
    Man, I've grown to absolutely adore this show but loathe when it overrides pre-existing EU material(especially the comics and as I think the Dark Horse comics are some of the best Star Wars stories out there in addition to the original CW cartoon). Such as Even Piell surviving Order 66 and being killed by Stormtroopers in the novel Jedi Twilight.

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    More episode titles announced in the latest Star Wars Insider...


    5.01 "Revival"
    5.02 "A War on Two Fronts"
    5.03 "Front Runners"
    5.04 "The Soft War"
    5.05 "Tipping Points"
    5.06 "An Old Friend"
    5.07 "The Rise of Clovis"
    5.08 "Crisis at the Heart"
    5.09 "Secret Weapons"
    5.10 "A Sunny Day in the Void"
    5.11 "Missing in Action"
    5.12 "Point of No Return"
    5.13 "Eminence"
    5.14 "Shades of Reason"
    5.15 "The Lawless"
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    5.09 sounds like the droid secret mission story...

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    An interesting episode this week... I'm finding this story arc feels less like individual episodes and more like segments of a larger story. So, I'm looking forward to watching these episodes all in one shot

    Trivia isn't up yet, I'll try to post it when it appears.
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    Found a clip that hasnt been posted yet.
    Spoiler:
    Looks like Mauls got his leg back and Savage his arm...


    And, just cause I can, Im going to post the trailer again just to remember how epic this season looks...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGxBQ...eature=related

    Really looking forward to the Mandalorian arc!

    EDIT: Just watched this weeks episode
    Pretty good, liking the stories advancements.
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    Found a clip that hasnt been posted yet.
    Spoiler:
    Looks like Mauls got his leg back and Savage his arm...


    And, just cause I can, Im going to post the trailer again just to remember how epic this season looks...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGxBQ...eature=related

    Really looking forward to the Mandalorian arc!

    EDIT: Just watched this weeks episode
    Pretty good, liking the stories advancements.
    I can't wait for the Mandalorian arc either!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Ohh that looks awesome. Can't wait!
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    That should definitely be pretty interesting.

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    5.04 "The Soft War" trivia

    Spoiler:
    GENERAL BERGER
    Gregg Berger joins the cast of The Clone Wars as General Kalani. He is a veteran voice actor known for his work on Transformers (as Grimlock), G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero (as Spirit), Duckman (as Cornfed), and perhaps most famously, as Odie on Garfield.

    GENERAL KAYE
    David Kaye plays General Tandin. He's known as the voice of Clank in the Ratchet & Clank videogames, the voice of Optimus Prime in Transformers: Animated, and Megatron in Beast Wars: Transformers.

    SUPER TACTICAL DROID
    General Kalani is the first super tactical droid seen in the series. A more robust version of the spindly tactical droid introduced in Season One, several tactical droid designs will appear throughout Season Five.

    COMMONER DROID
    King Rash's astromech droid, R9-D9, was at one point slated to have a unique texture with royal designs, but in the final episode, it ended up identical to the yellow R4-M1 seen in "R2 Come Home."
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    5.04 "The Soft War" trivia

    Spoiler:
    GENERAL BERGER
    Gregg Berger joins the cast of The Clone Wars as General Kalani. He is a veteran voice actor known for his work on Transformers (as Grimlock), G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero (as Spirit), Duckman (as Cornfed), and perhaps most famously, as Odie on Garfield.

    GENERAL KAYE
    David Kaye plays General Tandin. He's known as the voice of Clank in the Ratchet & Clank videogames, the voice of Optimus Prime in Transformers: Animated, and Megatron in Beast Wars: Transformers.

    SUPER TACTICAL DROID
    General Kalani is the first super tactical droid seen in the series. A more robust version of the spindly tactical droid introduced in Season One, several tactical droid designs will appear throughout Season Five.

    COMMONER DROID
    King Rash's astromech droid, R9-D9, was at one point slated to have a unique texture with royal designs, but in the final episode, it ended up identical to the yellow R4-M1 seen in "R2 Come Home."
    Finally got to watch the episode this morning.

    Spoiler:
    I like that they were able to rescue the true king. The new super tactical droids could prove interesting. Looking forward to seeing the other designs as well.

    I have to agree with you Digi. This arc is starting to feel like it could have made a good movie. Much like the episodes with Krell last season, IMHO.
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    Upcoming 'young Jedi' story arc...

    From CVI:
    [T]hey showed us the 80 minute "Young Jedi" story arc during the kids exclusive screening. Dave Filoni prefaced the viewing by saying that GL wanted to know how families would respond to it. They would not allow photos or video and were very strict about it. The screening opened with a green logo that read "Young Jedi" in a font and design similar to the Clone Wars opening logo. The storyline followed 6 padawans and their journey to pass "The Gathering" and building their first lightsabers. The action included a pirate hijacking, rescuing Ahsoka and fighting General Grevious. It also seemed to give Ahsoka more of a starring role and introduced a lightsaber professor droid.

    UPDATE: Rene has checked in with more information...

    It was computer animation exactly same style as Clone Wars.

    The storyline follows Ahsoka as she mentors 6 younglings who appeared to be young teenagers and their adventures into becoming full padawans.

    The Padawans were:

    Petro: a young male human (almost Latin looking). Cocky, good looking, brash, headstrong, brave, the leader

    Kitootie: a young Tholothian female. Princess Leia archetype.

    Gunchy: a young male Wookiee. Very Chewbacca like character wise.

    Zat: A young male Nautolan. The nerdy, techy one.

    Bif: A young male Ithorian. The scaredy cat.

    ???: A young female Rodian. Glass is always half empty. The only one with pilot training.

    The other new character was a droid of original design named Professor ??? They also addressed him as Master. A droid with 2 arms and legs, he has been around since the beginning of the Jedi order and his role is to instruct every padawan on how to construct their lightsaber. He has every lightsaber, its creator and its story in his databanks. He even teases that he's going to tell the padawans the story of how Yoda built his lightsaber.

    The first 2 episodes deal with the Jedi ritual of "The Gathering", a rite of passage where every padawan travels to Ilum to find their Kaiburr crystal in a frozen temple.

    These are some of the details I remember. If you're interested, I could probably recall more. The last 2 episodes dealt with a pirate hijacking by Hondo Ohnaka and battle with General Grevious himself.

    And today, from the CN blog, stills from it!

    Image 1
    Image 2
    Image 3


    So...80 minutes, I guess that means we can assume a 4-parter. And one of the episode titles is, apparently, The Gathering.



    Also! Current scuttlebutt is that 5.09-5.12 will be the droids/Republic Commando arc, while 5.13-5.15 will be the Maul/Death Watch/Black Sun story. But that remains unconfirmed, so take it with a grain of salt
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    Another note -- the schedule on the Cartoon Network's own site now lists "Gathering" as the November 3 episode (where "An Old Friend" sits, according to the Star Wars Insider magazine).

    Either somebody goofed, or the upcoming episode order has been rejigged again.
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