On the bright side, it means that he might turn up, and then be gruesomely killed. I could live with that.
With Dave Filoni's love of Jar-Jar? Hahhahaha...ahah...ehh... ha.
There are three [living]¹ characters that are his favs: Ashoka Tanno, Grand Admiral Thrawn, and Jar-Jar Binks. 2 down, one to show up (or be name dropped, though I'm betting/hopping Jar-Jar gets saved the next Star Wars tv show, something that might involve more "politically powerful" figures as characters, rather than "lone gunman and kid" on the rim).
1 Plo Kloon is his favorite character, but as we all know, Master Kloon doesn't survive the Clown Wars.
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Of course, was there any other tragedy? The rest was just plot.
YES! Fucking chump-change was brought back to life because someone never got over their dudecrush for "The Bounty Hunter". That was the real tragedy.
The Razor Crest was just a vehicle for Manda to go from point A to point B inefficiently and where he stored all his stuff. Like, the people are irreplaceable, the beskar is irreplaceable...
No, I get it, but really, I didn't feel the connection between the title "The Tragedy" and the Crest's destruction until I saw all the girly tears online over it's timely demise. I was connecting it to the kidnapping. And comically to Bubba's Resurrection. I mean, how long did Bubba hang around on Tantooine not going and getting his armor from Marshall Seth Givens... err... Raylan Bullock... wait no... fuck! Olyphant has played waaay too many Marshalls.