It doesn’t really feel like I’ve been writing this series for a long time, but I look back at where I am in the series and realise I’m over halfway through the series at this point, just finishing season 3 and going into the 4th. I’ve seen the series grow and change over the past 25 entries and it’s just become a normal part of my week now.
At the expense of all other non-anime television, but It’s not the end of the world.
After the previous couple of episodes, during which we got some pretty staggering revelations in regards to the wider Star Wars universe, this trio of episodes goes back to familiar territory for the series. Returning us to the kind of story that kicked the series off in the first place. That’s right, we’re back to the war.
Only this time, we’ve got a special surprise guest along for the ride.
Upon rewatching these episodes, I have a distinct memory of having seen them once before. Although most of the details of them had been lost to time and my bad memory. I think it was around a time where a friend of mine encouraged me to watch them as this was the part of the series where it “got good”, although upon this revisitation I feel like it’s been pretty good right from the beginning.
This is certainly a collection of episodes that acts as a major turning point in the series and a shift in the dynamic of power between a number of our character’s villains.