sorry rex

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One of the most interesting things to me about Slick's story is Cody's reaction when they bring him to the Jedi. He and Rex seemed to be on the same page up until then. That was so deliberate, but I can't pin down exactly what it means. It could have been so many things.

There is a lot to be said in Cody’s body language as well.

I don’t know if Cody was just standing off to the side because Rex was handling it, but it also feels like he was affected by what Slick was saying when explaining himself.

And then only comes back into the fold to tell Slick a final word,

If you loved your brothers, you wouldn’t have put them at risk.

One of the things about this exchange that I find interesting is that when Slick makes the accusation that the clones are all slaves to the Republic, no one (not even Anakin or Obi Wan) jump at him and tell him he’s wrong.

No one says, “That’s out of line” or something of that nature. They just…all silently regard that comment and say nothing. It’s only when he is talking about his actions and how it was him fighting for his brothers that Rex and Cody respond.


Boop I spent time coloring sketches what is the world coming to

Shaak Ti just found her way into the clone pages. And I realize I can draw over the Wolffe picture and make him Rebels!Wolffe but that is probably an experiment for another day.