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Sunday, 16 June 2013

AFICIONADO UK COMPETITION: WIN 'THE CLONE WARS' EPISODE GUIDE BOOK


Last day for UK fans to enter!

Our good friends at DORLING KINDERSLEY UK are kindly saving us a competition copy of the terrific new, essential STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS EPISODE GUIDE book by Jason Fry.

To get hold of this lavish look at five seasons of STAR WARS excitement, just answer this simple question:

In the movie STAR WARS - EPISODE II: ATTACK OF THE CLONES, which late Jedi Knight originally commissioned the Kamino cloners into creating a Clone Army for the Republic?

Please note, the competition is open to UK readers only, so send your answer (with email address details) to starwarsaficionado1a@outlook.com by closing date of 12am on Sunday, 16th June 2013, and the lucky winning name will be pulled out a Stormtrooper helmet and contacted shortly after.

Good luck!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think there is a possibility the question could be seen as ambiguous. Without giving away any potential answers, it's never comprehensively stated in Ep II who made the original order.

It could be the deceased Jedi Council member mentioned by the Kaminoans, yet Jango claimed to have never heard of that Jedi. He says he was recruited by another person, implying it may be the same person who made the order, using the Jedi's name as an alias, and who also removed the info on Kamino from the Jedi Archives.

The word 'late' can also mean both deceased or no longer being part of an organization or holding a position. So someone who is a 'late Jedi' might be a dead Jedi, or someone who is no longer in the organization.

So potentially the 'late Jedi who originally ordered the Clones' could refer to the deceased character and the one who is a former Jedi. The film never makes it entirely clear whether the person who made the order is who the Kaminoans believe it to be or whether it was an imposter all along.

I suppose that the use of the word 'late' implies the answer to the question is the deceased character whom the Kaminoans mention, yet I wonder if it should be reworded so there is only one definite answer?