Ask SWPAS 2/2/15

Gerardo asks:

Have you dealt with any haters off the internet?

About the site, no. About the prequels, yes. Not that often but it has happened. A couple were very obnoxious about it.

guile95x asks:

Hey! I always wondered how were the Gungans allowed to build such buildings under water and with the shield that I can’t remember its name now. They don’t seem that much intelligent and I don’t see any factory arround there or some other big facilities for scientific research etc…
Did you come up with an idea of why and maybe who gave them those technologies?
Thanks!

It was aliens, of course! Why stop with the pyramids and the Mayan civilization ;)?

The Gungans were plenty smart. They had those cool submarines, they figured out how to make a permanent bubble underwater, and unlike the Naboo, they had an actual army to protect themselves.

Overall, what are your feelings toward the ST? Are you excited or wary about them?

Wary.

evangelian007 asks:

What do you think of Star Wars Rebels now? You think the show it’s getting better or worse? And how much do you think it will last? Like 2 seasons or more if it captures public’s interest?

It’s a good show. Maybe not as grand, ambitious, or compelling as Clone Wars, and it’s not without fault but it’s solidly entertaining and the scripts have become better as the show goes along. Disney has already given it amnesty for another year, so there will be at least one more season.

peacetrainjedi asks:

An in-universe question a bit out of left field: You might have answered this before but, If you were a Padawan in a galaxy far, far away, who would you like for a Jedi Master? And if you were a Master, who would you want to take on as an apprentice?

For a master, Qui-Gon. For an apprentice, Luke or Ahsoka.

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5 Responses to “Ask SWPAS 2/2/15”

  1. Hunk a Junk Says:

    I have a question: If the newly announced sequel of “To Kill a Mockingbird” isn’t as good as the imaginary sequel people have made up in their heads, how soon will it be before we hear, “Harper Lee has raped my childhood!”? 🙂

  2. piccolojr1138 Says:

    A comment on IGN :
    “Mr. Christensen played the part he was given perfectly. He played a immature, melodramatic late-teenager who keeps on being told he is special and destined to save the force while dealing with two competing psuedo-fathers, a secret-wife who is pregnant, and has been fighting in a war.

    That is a lot for anyone to deal with.”

    And the guy won… More than 50 people liked it 🙂

    http://www.ign.com/videos/2015/02/02/outcast-nic-cage-on-working-with-hayden-christensen#comment-1831458271

  3. piccolojr1138 Says:

    Well… For those who were glad that Gary Whitta left, look at the new writer’s opinions :

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