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Aayla Secura death
« on: June 15, 2005, 06:17:01 AM »
I just saw ROTS once again and man do the kill Aayla Secura.They Shoot her down and then stand over her and just stoot the hell out of her........is that a little much........That is my girl ,don't know why I like her ,But wish he show more of the Jedi Killings .........Aayla went out with a bang......Everyone else who was killed bang your dead ......I just could not believe how they stood over her.......But the jedi is died till Luke Meets up with Obi Wan and Yoda.......Wait are they all dead.We really do not know that.......We did not see everyone of the Jedis get killed.....Why cant some of the other ones go into hiding......One more thing.......Vader Knows Luke is his son ,then why doesn't he know with the force that Leia is his daughter........Aayla Secura shot down in the forest story at 11..

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2005, 06:21:55 AM »
Yeah, the sure did shoot the crap out of her, didn't they?  I'm glad they went like that on her.  She was only a Jedi Knight (if I'm not mistaken), so her Force powers couldn't have helped her a whole lot in that situation.  What strikes me as odd is that there are so many rumors on the Net that she'll be in this live action TV series that's coming out in the near future, but how can that be if she died on Felucia?  I would have to guess that those rumors are just that... rumors.

At least Ki-Adi Mundi put up a fight at the end of his life, and how about GL's son on the landing platform?  He did better than all of them because he was able to actually take out one of the Clone Troopers.  Aayla really should have done better than just taking it up the yin-yang.

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2005, 07:09:17 AM »
Ki adi mundi did put up a fight and GL's son did too .Allis and forgot who was in the strarfighter that got shot down and they both did not know it was coming....

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2005, 08:45:59 AM »
I think I remember reading in the novelization that since the clones were bred to follow orders without question, hesitation, or remorse, that's why they were able to catch all the Jedi off guard since they couldn't really sense anything was wrong until they saw blaster's pointed at them.

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #4 on: June 15, 2005, 02:38:51 PM »
Ki adi mundi did put up a fight and GL's son did too .Allis and forgot who was in the strarfighter that got shot down and they both did not know it was coming....

I believe that was plo koon who took the starfighter death. we know for sure he is dead...

As far as vader not knowing Leia is his daughter well you have to understand that up until vader throws his father(palpatine) over the edge and kills him the Emperor controls everything. The dark side clouds everything, and this doesnt just mean for the good jedi. Dooku didnt know Palpy was gunna let and make Anakin lop off his head either. the emperor only lets information seep into the heads of people that is part of his agenda. he knows what thoughts Vader is having and can have. Vader is his puppy. However the bond between luke and Vader is stronger and has more energy thus letting vader in on his daughter leia and also freeing up his hate eventually. Alaso dagobah, tatoonie and a few other places are supposedly have things that block the force wether it be distance or something evil like in Yodas cave.

Aayla we dont ever actually see die..hey stranger things have happened, after being shot in the back it is possible she flung around and force threw her saber through a pack of Clones and got away, she is what a Twilek? Arent they mostly dancers, very flexiable and responsive. Who knows what happened after the camera pans up and the flower plant blocks our view. I for one think she is swiss cheese.

What about Mace. he put up a ok fight. Kinda weak too tho he could have played that better giving all 4 jedi a better chance but i guess that wouldnt have hellped the plot now would it. I think Mace still dies even if Anankin doesnt show up, but again its all part of Sidious plan after all.

I still dont know why  Ki Adi Mundi doesnt just foce jump out of the way, boom 3 or 4 blocks he had and poof jump and run.Again story plot. But yes there has to be some jedi still alive. best fight of all was Zett or whatever lucas son kicked some serious arse as a young padawan.

I think the best fights are yet to come and that the EU tv shows, comics books and the like with have many more jedis bravely fighting to there ultimate doom. But we have yet to see the best fights to the death imo. Oh you killed everyone i knew huh and now you dont know where i am at and i know your evil...its on.


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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2005, 08:28:07 PM »
Aayla we dont ever actually see die..hey stranger things have happened, after being shot in the back it is possible she flung around and force threw her saber through a pack of Clones and got away, she is what a Twilek? Arent they mostly dancers, very flexiable and responsive. Who knows what happened after the camera pans up and the flower plant blocks our view. I for one think she is swiss cheese.

I doubt she would have survived the attack.  Even if she did, I doubt she could fight off the clone vehicles that were roaming around.  I remember seeing AT-RT's, AT-TE's, or Turbo Tanks (I can't remember which) driving around.

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2005, 12:30:06 PM »
ya'll keep forgeting about her "twin sister"  ;)  they definitely pumped her full of lead, so to speak...a sad, sad, sad day  :'(


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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #7 on: June 26, 2005, 12:14:31 PM »
I was speaking with a friend of a friend who quoted Reno Owen (Taun We)  saying "Aayla went out like a punk!"  Nothing could be further from the truth. All their "Power" and the Jedi couldn't see this coming???? I didn't see any of them put up a worthy fight. Other than Luke perhaps a buncha over-rated sissies!  :P 8)
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #8 on: June 26, 2005, 12:19:33 PM »
According to the book, since there was no malice involved, it was just clones following orders.  It was more difficult for the Jedi to sense the problem.
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #9 on: June 26, 2005, 08:09:22 PM »
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no malice involved

I'm not saying the book is wrong Search but it looked pretty malicious to me!
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #10 on: June 26, 2005, 09:33:49 PM »
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #11 on: July 04, 2005, 03:24:55 AM »
My young daughter simply knows her as "the blue girl," and for some reason, she really wanted that action figure.  I made a mistake while talking to my older daughter, however, in saying that Aayla was killed in Ep.III.  While this is no suprise to us, my little three-year old Secura fan looked up at me with big eyes welling up with tears and asked "the blue girl dies?" "Uh, no honey, I am sure she is fine."  Yeah, we are going to be screening ROTS about the time she graduates from High School.

As for the rumors, is it clear that the live action show will be in the early Empire?  I thought it might be set during the clone wars.


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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #12 on: July 04, 2005, 07:50:20 AM »
As for the rumors, is it clear that the live action show will be in the early Empire?  I thought it might be set during the clone wars.

All we know of this TV show is that it takes place immediately following the Clone Wars, and we get to witness the birth of the Empire.  Several Jedi are supposed to be included in the show, and it has been rumored that even Aayla Secura would be in it.  Don't know how since it sure looked like she get her butt whipped, but only time will really tell.

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #13 on: July 04, 2005, 10:53:24 AM »
All I know, other than Ki-Adi and GL's son, Im pissed at the way they dispatched of the Jedi's without any kind of fight. It would have been nice to see some sort of self defense. Even the whole Agen Kolar and Kit Fisto deaths sucked. They never even put up a fight. I dont even think Kolar swung his saber before he was dead. Just my Opinion. :-\
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #14 on: July 04, 2005, 10:55:05 AM »
I don't think Agen Kolar and Fisto even knew Palpatine was coming for them.  The Dark Side clouds everything, and their Jedi abilities and powers might have been well under par with the Dark Side being so powerful.  Just a thought.   :-\

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #15 on: July 04, 2005, 11:41:31 AM »
This is probably due to the fact the Jedi are not as powerful as some would think. I didn't really find it hard to believe. What did we see them whup up on before? Battle Droids? The only Jedi that had any kind of stroke were Luke and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Although Obi-Wan will be at fault for being one swift boot to the forehead shy of ending it at Episode III!  :)
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #16 on: July 04, 2005, 12:48:41 PM »
This is probably due to the fact the Jedi are not as powerful as some would think. I didn't really find it hard to believe. What did we see them whup up on before? Battle Droids?
That's why I think we need a Star Wars TV series that deals with a younger generation of Jedi, during the Sith war perhaps. I would like to see a younger version of Yoda whoopin some Sith ass! :vader:
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #17 on: September 04, 2007, 09:25:32 PM »
so why can't ayala secura come back as a force ghost, seen by Quinlan Voss?  Both are rumored to be in the live action tv show.  this scenario is at least plausible.
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #18 on: September 04, 2007, 09:43:09 PM »
now that i think of that scene aaylas death did make her seem kind of cowardly. i mean she finally got a clue something was about to happen when she heard about 8 clones cock their blasters behind her and what does she do? she tries to run. where the hell did she think she was going? she could have at least ignited the lightsaber that was already in her hand and tried to defend herself. and if i am mistaken and her lightsaber wasnt in her hand then she was an idiot for walking through a warzone with it hooked to her belt or where ever. oh and as for her surviving, even though it can be faked, quinlan felt her death in the comics.
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #19 on: September 04, 2007, 10:05:31 PM »
I never saw here start to run but maybe I just didnt notice it
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #20 on: September 04, 2007, 10:15:35 PM »
Yep cause i have read alot of the same thing from comics as well from the movie rots as well.

now that i think of that scene aaylas death did make her seem kind of cowardly. i mean she finally got a clue something was about to happen when she heard about 8 clones cock their blasters behind her and what does she do? she tries to run. where the hell did she think she was going? she could have at least ignited the lightsaber that was already in her hand and tried to defend herself. and if i am mistaken and her lightsaber wasnt in her hand then she was an idiot for walking through a warzone with it hooked to her belt or where ever. oh and as for her surviving, even though it can be faked, quinlan felt her death in the comics.
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #21 on: September 05, 2007, 03:14:54 PM »
I never saw here start to run but maybe I just didnt notice it
maybe i just assumed she was trying to run cause she did turn around. or maybe she didnt think they would shoot her in the back.

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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #22 on: September 06, 2007, 08:48:45 AM »
To me at least it appeared she was truning to face them when they fired on her.

As for becoming one with the Force (IE Force Ghost). Not all Jedi could do that feat. Only the most powerful Jedi (usually Masters but not always) who knew the technique or had the strongest connections to the "living force" could do that.
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Re: Aayla Secura death
« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2007, 08:53:34 AM »
About becoming one with the Force - I read somewhere that it was a special technique that Qui-Gon learned from some shaman or something on one of his missions and it was thanks to him that Obi-Wan and Yoda were able to do it. It was apparently Obi-Wan and Yoda who guided Anakin to becoming one with the Force after he died aboard the death star aswell.
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