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In the beginning I always considered the Inquisitor as the main antagonist of ''Star Wars Rebels'' and his death was so sudden, he's only been in one season. To be honest the later episodes of season one from "Call to Action" to "Fire Cossack the Galaxy" made it feel like the end of the series.
 
In the beginning I always considered the Inquisitor as the main antagonist of ''Star Wars Rebels'' and his death was so sudden, he's only been in one season. To be honest the later episodes of season one from "Call to Action" to "Fire Cossack the Galaxy" made it feel like the end of the series.
   
'''To Bane7670:''' How do we know for sure if Dave Filoni meant what he said about the Inquisitor's fate? What if he changes his mind or the whole statement is in fact cover in order to keep us from discovering any secret spoilers. Current TV Shows can be unpredictable.
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'''To Bane7670:''' How do we know for sure if Dave Filoni meant what he said about the Inquisitor's fate? What if he changes his mind or the whole statement is in fact cover in order to keep us from discovering any secret spoilers? Current TV Shows can be unpredictable.

Latest revision as of 18:03, March 29, 2015

In the beginning I always considered the Inquisitor as the main antagonist of Star Wars Rebels and his death was so sudden, he's only been in one season. To be honest the later episodes of season one from "Call to Action" to "Fire Cossack the Galaxy" made it feel like the end of the series.

To Bane7670: How do we know for sure if Dave Filoni meant what he said about the Inquisitor's fate? What if he changes his mind or the whole statement is in fact cover in order to keep us from discovering any secret spoilers? Current TV Shows can be unpredictable.

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