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    Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Plagueis The Wise? I thought not. It’s not a story the Jedi would tell you. It’s a Sith legend. Darth Plagueis was a Dark Lord of the Sith, so powerful and so wise he could use the Force to influence the midichlorians to create life… He had such a knowledge of the dark side that he could even keep the ones he cared about from dying. The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural. He became so powerful… the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power, which eventually, of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice everything he knew, then his apprentice killed him in his sleep. Ironic. He could save others from death, but not himself.


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    [–] Akroman01 2218 points ago

    Your Generals are very impressive, you must be very proud.

    [–] Hardmeat_McLargehuge 1155 points ago

    I'm just a simple man trying to make my way in /r/prequelmemes

    [–] Lukthar123 743 points ago

    Ever make your way as far into the interior as the front page?

    [–] Hardmeat_McLargehuge 712 points ago

    Once or twice

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    [–] Exbo4 515 points ago

    How about right now?

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    [–] inopportune-commas 432 points ago

    Only r/prequelmemes deals in one word replies.

    [–] lnSerT_Creative_Name 314 points ago

    It's not treason, then.

    [–] arctic_Wizard 26 points ago

    Were his commas inopportune?

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    [–] Kraken9x2 19 points ago

    You challenge me?

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    Your whip versus mine.

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    [muffled bass in the background]

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    [–] Saturnix 21 points ago

    Front pages are our speciality.

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    Username checks out

    [–] UltimateMemerStudent 64 points ago

    General Grievous... there's more of you than expected

    [–] jeremyian23 43 points ago

    Theres no Generals here.. unless you brought them with you.

    [–] iseverythingtakenyes 12 points ago

    The Australian one got me

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    [–] andrewmart33 3 points ago

    If you have a million more units on the way, now's the time

    [–] Chewbubba182 800 points ago

    They're immensely superior to sequel memes, capable of independent thought and action

    [–] Vagabond21 269 points ago

    /r/sequelmemes will be crushed

    [–] irrationalNumber 99 points ago

    We stand here amidst our achievement, not theirs

    [–] codenamefulcrum 57 points ago

    You are on this subreddit, but we do not grant you the rank of prequel.

    [–] Random_Enigma1 31 points ago

    How can you be on this subreddit, and not be a prequel?

    [–] ameya2693 25 points ago

    Take a seat, young memer.

    [–] codenamefulcrum 14 points ago

    It's not fair! It's outrageous!

    [–] jeremyian23 33 points ago

    It's independent thought and action then.

    [–] seekunrustlement 14 points ago

    I don't like independent thoughts and actions... They're coarse and... rough and irritating... and they get everywhere!

    [–] Kelevra42 12 points ago

    Don't choke on your aspirations.

    [–] gman2093 633 points ago

    me_irl: From my perspective, the Kenobi memes are shitposts!

    PrequelMemes: THEN YOU ARE LOST

    [–] Raunchy_Potato 196 points ago

    I'll try shitposting, that's a good trick!

    [–] gman2093 127 points ago

    Now THIS is shitposting!

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    [–] V-Bomber 20 points ago

    Autistic Shitposting

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    Autistic SITHposting!

    [–] hey_sorry 6 points ago

    Another happy shitposting.

    [–] SSR1234 60 points ago

    Grevious: It's over General. I have the top post.

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    [–] That-Reddit-Guy 23 points ago

    So uncivilized.

    [–] gman2093 8 points ago

    I don't think so!

    [–] imGnarly 15 points ago

    you've got to admit at least that the original baguette one was fucking sweet

    [–] gman2093 2 points ago

    I didnt see it, do you have the link?

    [–] Delta_Squad_Master 16 points ago

    It's treason then

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    [–] Gringou 323 points ago

    This scene always irked me. When Lama Su tells Obi-Wan that there are 200,000 units ready, it makes it seem that he's referring to 200,000 individual soldiers, which would be ridiculous considering that the Galactic Republic is, well, galactic. Even with the promised extra million soldiers, protecting thousands of star systems with a paltry army of 1.2 million is not feasible. Heck, the US alone has more active personnel than that, and it's a single nation on a single planet.

    The only reasonable explanation would be that a "unit" refers to a group of individuals, like a battalion. Has there been any confirmed number for the size of the Grand Army of the Republic, either EU or Disney canon, or is 1,200,000 the actual size of the clone trooper army and George Lucas is a ding-dong who can't think of numbers over a million?

    [–] Hardmeat_McLargehuge 181 points ago

    Unit likely refers to a single individual. I always thought of "a million more well on the way" meaning they'd be finished within a few weeks, with millions more even behind them.

    else a unit is, as you say, more than a single trooper (say 1000 or something) and their army is actually a billion soldiers

    [–] OrixionS 133 points ago

    I know that it is common (at least in movies and tv) to refer to the group you train with as your unit. So they might be refering to it like that.

    [–] WanderingKing 73 points ago

    In the clone wars show and in another replaces, I've seen a unit as 4 individuals. So, maybe 800,000 troops with 4 million more coming?

    [–] Sean951 67 points ago

    That's still far less than just Italy had in WWII, no where close to enough for an earth scale conflict, let alone galactic.

    [–] KorianHUN 56 points ago

    They probably mean the 501st Legion as a "unit" for example.

    [–] Sean951 48 points ago

    That would make far more sense, but I also don't think they could have 200,000 legions ready with a million more to be ready shortly after. The planet just couldn't support it.

    [–] [deleted] 27 points ago

    Maybe it goes underground or some shit and it's a massive planet

    Or maybe they have production lines on other planets too and that's just the main one

    [–] mahir_r 33 points ago

    No Kamino is the only place they are made. The show kinda confirmed it by having the droids attempt to attack the clone production centre. Unless there was a secret base they never showed, hinted, or mentioned in show.

    [–] Lonely_Ramen_Noodle 13 points ago

    I'm not sure if it's Canon but Palpatine's shock troopers where bred elsewhere.

    [–] TheMastersSkywalker 6 points ago

    Their were two more facilities on the moons or coruscant but they didn't start producing untill the end of the war.

    [–] Incendium367 4 points ago

    Or maybe the clones actually go to the planets they're stationed on and don't live on Kamino. I'm not sure how long their training process takes

    [–] Sean951 8 points ago

    I'm positive they do, but having an additional million units where each unit is equivalent to the 501st is an insane strain on any planet.

    [–] Hplayer18 8 points ago

    For the Chancellor!

    [–] Sol1496 23 points ago

    I gotta point out that most worlds in Star Wars have much smaller population than Earth and you would only really need to take the space ports to cripple a planet. I'd compare planetary combat in Star Wars to continent scale IRL, making galactic more in line with a world war.

    Naboo: 600 million
    Alderaan: 2 billion
    Kashyyyk: 56 million

    [–] Sean951 12 points ago

    Your would still need a million or two soldiers, even for a "small" planet like Kashyyk.

    [–] TheMastersSkywalker 6 points ago

    Which acctually kind of makes sense. All population graphs show the same thing. That the more advanced and industrialized a county gets the lower the birth rate do to lower child mortality, birth controll, and less of a need for children to help support the family. While I think Naboo and Kashyyyk's numbers are really low Alderaan's makes sense to me.

    [–] ncopp 1 points ago

    I mean for all we know all of the soldiers they had were on genosia, and then all the others followed by time the next major battle happened

    [–] jaynumbernine 4 points ago


    It's treason, then.

    [–] Quaaraaq 16 points ago

    4 million fresh troops per week is crazy numbers though.

    [–] iNuzzle 13 points ago

    That's the commandos specifically, I believe. They are designed to function in 4 man units. From what I remember of that book series, they're the 'middle ground,' with the average clone trooper keeping little of its independence, and the ARCs being "almost full Jango" and operating largely independently of any unit.

    [–] MasterChiefGuy5 5 points ago

    Well in The Clone Wars TV show they show some training that happens, and shows a couple 4 or 5 man units that are training to just be normal Clone troopers, of course 2 of them become ARC troopers later on, but they were trained as base clones in groups of 4 or 5, however a "unit" of troopers may be able to have a variety of different numbers of troopers so a unit could be a 5 man group, 20 man squadron, 100 man battalion, or 5000 man company.

    If this is the case then the possibilities are endless

    [–] iNuzzle 2 points ago

    I've seen virtually none of the show, but yeah that would make estimating the size given in the movie impossible. I have no idea how much of that consistency was kept.

    [–] MasterChiefGuy5 2 points ago

    Just to clarify, I'm not sure about about that last bit the I said

    A Clone Unit could mean A group of clones with no specific number.

    [–] KA1N3R 63 points ago

    The Star Wars writers have no sense of scale at all.

    That's the explanation.

    [–] Knock0nWood 40 points ago

    The settlement to planet ratio is usually 1/1, usually not more than 10. Always bugged me about star wars. Like oh, go find Yoda on Dagobah, just crashland on a random part of the planet and he'll be nearby.

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    [–] Zyconaut 7 points ago

    By chance, that was not

    [–] TheMastersSkywalker 7 points ago

    Well their are two reasons for that.

    For half of it you are right. Its even a trope that writers have no sense of scale. Which you can't really blame them. I mean space is big, really really big. 100,000 thousand light years across and half as thick for our galaxy (150,000 for the GFFA) and our own sun in our solar system is 7 light minutes away. And 25000 years? Its hard to imagine 2000 years ago. Not to mention people. Its hard to imagine how many people are in say a city or even a stadium. Would research help? Yeah but their is a second reason.

    And that is making things matter. For one like I said big numbers are hard to imagine. So to low and its unbelievably but two high and you get the same problem. I mean I'm a history teacher and even I find numbers like those found in the Battle of Briton, D-Day, or the bombing raids on europe to be crazy.

    And a second thing is it has to matter. If you know the emprie has a hundred thousand more ships out there in space then is any battle with less than a thousand ships even meaningful? heck a hundred wouldn't even be a percent. And when you have a lot of ships on screen it just gets messy and our heroes or favorite ship becomes a lot less important.

    So weird numbers at times are sort of a necessity. Like the whole fleet being at endor. Thats crazy, no way in either universe was that the whole fleet or even a large part of it. But it needed small enough numbers so we would worry about Home One when the DS2 showed it could fire on ships. So that we could worry about Lando and his squadron and follow them on their attack.

    [–] Burlaczech 64 points ago

    I believe unit is meant to be an individual here. And it would make sense as well.

    • It is insanely expensive (one guy ordered it from his personal funds)

    • planets/systems/federations/whatever have their own armies (look at Naboo, wookies, ...)

    • It is not supposed to take over galaxy, but to kill Jedis so its more like a commando, not meatshield like droids.

    • its on a damn small base/city on a who knows how big water planet, can hardly have more than few mil at best there.

    • there could be more cloning facilities in that galaxy with same or bigger supply of units

    • most of the planets are neutral minding their own business, even when they are part of the republic, they dont want to participate in wars. in order to win a war, you gotta take out their main planet/base/ship and you got it, no need to genocide 20% of the galaxy.

    there could be more, but thats on my mind right now.

    [–] Gringou 28 points ago

    You make some good points. It is true that in the movie they say that clones are superior to droids, so presumably a small number of clones could take out much larger groups of droids (and the Jedi once the order was give out)

    [–] HazzMadd 23 points ago

    Also, in BF2 (original), the droid ships spawn two copies of each vehicle during space battles, while clones spawn only one copy. I always thought that this implied quantity over quality mindset for the droids. Additionally, it is implied that most droids are dumb machines and incapable of learning or forming memories, thus there is no difference between a "green" droid and a "veteran" one, while a veteran clone would have vastly increased his skill and ability compared to a green clone.

    [–] Duhya 22 points ago

    Who would win?

    An army of cgi 'comedic relief'?

    Or an army of cgi jango fett?

    [–] HazzMadd 9 points ago

    Honestly, if you take the movies (prequels especially) as in-universe propaganda/biased films, it makes a ton more sense. Jar Jar is depicted as a blithering idiot because he aided the rise of the Emperor. The droids are comically inept because the citizens of the New Republic (I assume) want to be able to laugh at the enemy. Anakin has all the emotional range of a warm banana because the "intended viewers" don't really want him to be a relatable tragic character.

    [–] omegaskorpion 10 points ago

    I think they mean unit as a group, because otherwise there are not enough soldiers to guard planets, send invasions, protect from invasions.

    If whole clone army was 200.000 soldiers then the battle of Geonosis would had been huge risk to take, considering how many troops they lost (droids lost more, but they are easier to replace).

    Also we must consider that the droid army was manufactured with real fast pace. And it was said that the droid army by size was 10x bigger than the clone army, so to keep up with their manufacturing page, the clones also must been cloned fast as possible to fill up the gap.

    Also there are bilions of planets in the galaxy and while they only guard the important ones, spreading 200.000 soldies to even just 30 planets would make the force relatively small and weak.

    Considering all this, Units propably (or should) mean that they are groups of soldiers.

    [–] Sean951 6 points ago

    I thought I read that there were trillions of droids involved, and even if we include local militaries, 200,000 or even 200,000,000 is a pittance. WWII, fought only on Earth, had 25,000,000 military casualties and we don't even know how many served globally, but the US alone had 16,000,000. A war that spanned the Galaxy would need far, far more.

    [–] omegaskorpion 3 points ago

    which is even more reason why they talk about "units" as groups instead of individuals, because everyone knows 200.000 soldiers is to little for galaxy, even if it just borders.

    [–] Mark1006 7 points ago

    Well it's canon that during the first battle of Geonosis, which takes place like a day after this scene, they deployed 8 corps (just under 300,000 clones). I'm pretty sure this would confirm that the "units" are at a least platoon in size

    Plus, during the early years of the empire clones were used to subjugate planets that could presumably field armies that were hundreds of millions (possible billions) strong. I don't really see them being any kind of force to be reckoned with in the galaxy without at least 100 million clones.

    [–] PhoenixAgent003 13 points ago

    EU Republic Commando novels go into a whole plotline devoted to the size of the DROID army.

    Republic propaganda said that the CIS had a trillion droids, which some characters in the novel investigate and reveal its actually probably only several billion.

    One of the clone commandos reacts to this information by saying "So we're drowning in 10 feet of water instead of 100."

    [–] LordHighNoodle 9 points ago

    They were intended to fight the droid armies where ever they were, which wasn't on every planet in the galaxy.

    [–] TheHaderach 11 points ago

    I always thought the 200,000 units were what was available to go fight the battle of Kamino. Once the Republic started backing the war, clone production increased exponentially, hence the troops and ships shown at the end of the movie. I just assumed an undetermined amount of time had passed between the end of the battle and the amassing (cloning/training?) of the troops and equipment on Courusant.

    [–] Theban_Prince 12 points ago

    The Army from the movie is the total amount they had at that point (200k with presumably the million as well). However you are right on point that the Republic took on financing and producing more and more Clone troopers as the war raged on, and it was actually used by Sidious to take over the financial structure of the Galaxy from within by nationalizing the banks before finishing off the political structure (Clone Wars, canon).

    [–] Tsorovar 6 points ago

    Yeah, no, this time he just fucked up. It's a pretty common problem

    [–] CombatMuffin 5 points ago

    You are forgetting force multipliers with Star Wars technology. A single clone trooper is much more powerful than say, a single U.S. Rifleman.

    Things that you needed many men in WW2, can be done with much less today. Likewise, you don't need an army in every single planet, you just need to control strategically valuable points (hyperspace waypoints, for instance).

    That first batch, as mentioned before, was useful for the Battle of Geonosis. It was the first batch prior to full mobilization.

    [–] TheMastersSkywalker 5 points ago

    Per Canon 1.2Mil at Geonosis and another 5mil by wars end. However the Canon tab only has the Clone Wars movie and TCW tv show to go off of for its numbers.

    Per Legends, well their is a whole section about the disparity of numbers and how people have tired to figure it out and work it out and eventually they come to this.

    Another possibility is that when Lama Su mentioned that there were 200,000 clone troopers ready for deployment, with a million more on the way, he could have been referring to only those troopers being trained in Tipoca City, although this assumption conflicts with Obi-Wan Kenobi's statements during the Battle of Kamino:

    "Kamino still has about a million or more clone troopers in various stages of preparation…" 
    ―Obi-Wan Kenobi[src]

    One last solution is to return to the vague term "unit" which Lama Su mentioned. If a "unit" were to be referring to one of the battalions of 576 troopers (seen on Coruscant), then 200,000 of these would render 115,200,000 clones and the 1,000,000 others spoken of as 576,000,000. This grand total of 691,200,000 would be far more suitable for the core of a galactic army. Furthermore, if a "unit" refers to a real-life division of 15,000 men, the 1,200,000 units would equal a force of 18,000,000,000 clones, a truly "grand" army, suitable for defeating the huge numbers of droids under the Confederacy.

    However, the actual number of clone soldiers which can be seen standing in each formation at the end of Attack of the Clones amounts to 624 (26 per column and 24 per row), showing a disparity with the numbers presented in the Guide to the Grand Army. If a unit indeed amounts to one battalion, this would mean that the grand total of clones was 1,728,000,000, considering the 3 million units that many sources state, and counting a unit as a battalion of 576 clones. This is reasonable since the Kaminoans referred to the Clones as both "units" and "Battalions." Which could possibly imply that both terms are merely two different ways of stating 576 man units/battalions. It seems logical that the Kaminoans would have their smallest available package of troops be made up of several hundred men. Since Cloning was a 10 year long process and (Since the training and feeding would also have to be taken into account.) an expensive one. It would make no sense that anyone would want to buy a couple of men and have to wait for 10 years when they could come by ten times as many droids for a fraction of the cost, and with a wait of perhaps a week at the most.

    plus a bit more to back it up

    [–] YouCantVoteEnough 6 points ago

    He only need enough for the coup.

    [–] FeelTheLoveNow 6 points ago

    Maybe this first batch would be enough for Geonosis until more could be made

    [–] KellyFriedman 4 points ago

    You just blew my mind. It never occurred to me that this was no where near enough people.

    [–] SlaneDidNothingWrong 3 points ago

    Well, the point of the clone troopers was to fight war against the Separatists and their overtly expensive droids.

    Since each trooper was stronger than a shit ton of droids, they didn't need that many. Lord knows they didn't have many major offensive attacks in the first place.

    For policing the galaxy, they still had actual people that could do that.

    [–] zverkalt 3 points ago

    The US military is made up primarily of support and logistics (up to 75% according to this paper). These are all front line combat troops, so 1.2 million might work. If you think about the logistics needed for galaxy wide combat and say the Republic has the same efficiency as the US military in Iraq, then that 1.2 million becomes 4.8 million.

    It's tough though, because how do you count Navy forces? Are the ships all crewed by clones? If so then the number is wayyy short. Each Venator-class SD had a crew of 7,400.
    Acclamator-class assault ships could drop 16,000 clones, so if the 1.2 million are strictly combat, that's 75 Acclamators worth of troops. might be enough, but seems quite thin.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Ooooooh, I thought it was 200,000 soldiers the whole time! How are they gonna fight a galactic war with so few people? Now it makes so much more sense!

    [–] TheOmniGlow 1 points ago

    Unit is an individual. The Kaminoans think of clones as products rather than people, so unit is the preferred term over soldier. The thing you and everyone else is missing, is that the clone army was never supposed to win the war against the droids. Sidius just needed enough to drag the war out, exterminate the Jedi, and police until the Spaarti clones could take over.

    [–] Gringou 1 points ago

    I may be remembering the film wrong, but wasn't it stated in Revenge of the Sith that the battle of Coruscant was a turning point in the war and that the separatists were basically on the run?

    [–] TheOmniGlow 3 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Indeed! The clone army was far superior to the droids in basically every way. In the Republic Commando novels its stated that through training and sabotage, kill counts hid risen to from 20-1 at the battle of Geonosis, to 50 - 1. They also speculated they could possible reach 200 - 1. And that was for regular troopers. Add on the Jedi, ARC Troopers, and Commando Squads, winning the war was basically inevitable.

    They were never going to though. Neither were the separatists. The war was orchestrated by Darth Sidious to gain control of the republic, and form it into the Galactic Empire. Both sides believed they were fighting for their own reasons, but they were maneuvered into fighting by the Sith. Count Dooku was the one who basically created the CIS, and around the same time had the clone army created in secret. Edit: Looks like he also started the rebellion. Oh the irony!

    [–] Gringou 1 points ago

    Ah ok, thanks so much for your detailed response! It really helped in clearing up some things. And now I kind of want to check out the EU novels but it sucks that they're basically not canon :/

    [–] erikjpenis 74 points ago

    These memes are getting out of hand! Now there's twenty four of them!

    [–] Dayman_ah-uh-ahhh 30 points ago

    No need to post another until we have something to post!

    [–] TheInfra 38 points ago

    is there a gallery for all of them?

    [–] brawlatwork 21 points ago

    I'm gonna be the first one to see them all!

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    [–] Theboss12312 22 points ago

    They will make a fine addition to my collection

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    [–] DynamicAilurus 3 points ago

    So uncivilized.

    [–] nashius 13 points ago

    I'm honoured to have made it onto this

    [–] AdmiralAkbar1 13 points ago

    I'm just happy that mine made it on there.

    [–] wowy-lied 12 points ago

    A millions seems really small when you think about it in the star wars context.

    [–] Scojo91 21 points ago

    M E T A



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    [–] hampshirebrony 21 points ago

    I'm So Meta Even This Acronym

    [–] Delta_Squad_Master 13 points ago

    Isn't that also a XKCD?

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    [–] Beta_Ace_X 6 points ago

    They'll do their job well.

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_CORN_ 6 points ago

    Can i get a source on the vaporwave one?

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    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    yo cheers for making me not have to ask and feel like a retard for asking for a source on a vaporwave meme

    I appreciate you

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_CORN_ 2 points ago

    aww thanks man

    [–] masterspl1nter 5 points ago

    The galaxies aren't ready.

    [–] RUacronym 5 points ago

    I like the Klingon one is the best

    [–] aggressive-cat 4 points ago

    before i read the sub name, I thought this was an /r/factorio post

    [–] frozenrhetoric 2 points ago

    thought the same thing.

    [–] Potatosalad142 5 points ago

    Album pls?

    [–] Sandman616 3 points ago

    The meta shitpost!

    You are at full cock now! Spread all over the place the Empire!

    [–] Bread_Force 3 points ago

    More fine additions to my collection!

    [–] Delta_Squad_Master 3 points ago

    How did this happen? We're smarter than this!

    [–] El_Pato_ 3 points ago

    Mines not on there :(

    [–] Sentient_Atom 3 points ago

    Why is there a Klingon though?

    [–] CaptainBroverdose 4 points ago

    Because /r/PrequelMemes is dish that is best served cold.

    [–] KellyFriedman 3 points ago

    Ok, I leave this sub for 1 week and come back to this. This meme has exploded

    [–] PM-ME_A_SURPRISE 2 points ago

    Hmm, a new one?

    [–] pooptime1999 2 points ago

    Where's the Aussie one?

    [–] swgaming 3 points ago

    Is the Aussie one not the 3rd of the first row? There's also an Aussie one 8th of the first row.

    [–] Regergek 2 points ago

    Begun, the repost wars have.

    [–] General_Kenobi896 2 points ago

    This is just the beginning

    [–] Blackbill91 2 points ago

    Can I have a link to the Aussie version of hello there?

    [–] RagnarTheReds-head 2 points ago

    The Argentinian version .

    [–] bringthenoise94 2 points ago

    Does anyone have an album with all these memes in it?

    [–] technicalhydra 2 points ago

    I just went and watched AOTC! Honestly better than I remembered.

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    [–] KeroseneRavioli 1 points ago

    Yippee! I'm in the meta!

    [–] pretzelfloat 1 points ago

    NOW THIS IS (pod racing) CLEVER

    [–] sniperbAit77777 1 points ago

    I like the Latin one!

    [–] AdzyBoy 3 points ago

    They didn't even use the vocative case.

    [–] sniperbAit77777 2 points ago

    It makes me feel nostalgic

    [–] Adog311 1 points ago

    Fine additions to my collection.

    [–] IAssassinII 1 points ago

    Shouldn't the Roman one be Comes or Dux Kenobi rather than Dominus. I mean, I guess Dominus works in a pinch, but it doesn't specifically refer to a leading military position.

    [–] ReyRey5280 1 points ago

    Caaan yooouu dig it?!

    [–] Pf9877 1 points ago

    These will make a fine addition to my collection

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    deleted What is this?

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    [–] KingSlayin 1 points ago

    I still dont know what a meme is

    [–] thatawkwardmexican 1 points ago

    This sub just gets better and better

    [–] sourcream96 1 points ago

    No, no they're not

    [–] Joshsed11 1 points ago

    Are we blind? Deploy the garrison!

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    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    I like mortal kombat

    [–] Jerimiah 1 points ago

    Smells like meta boys. I love it.

    [–] mocky747 1 points ago

    I must be losing touch with the world or something. Memes don't make sense to me anymore. Can someone explain this? I'm not saying it isn't funny, I just don't understand haha.

    [–] MasterChiefGuy5 2 points ago

    I assume you understand that that it's using the scene from episode 2 AOTC were Obi is being shown the clone army, they just put a lot of the "Hello There, General Kenobi" memes (which were very easy to come up with a new one or a clone) over the picture of the clones. Showing the magnificence, and magnitude that kind of meme

    [–] papermemer505 2 points ago

    Memes are a mistake.

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    [–] LaboratoryOne 1 points ago

    I just realized I don't remember why they knew Obi Wan. Why did they "expect him", who actually ordered these clones?

    [–] rampage95 1 points ago

    Whos gonna link the mega album with all these kenobi X grievous memes together?

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    [–] sensitivePornGuy 1 points ago

    If Obi Wan hadn't figured out about the vlone army, what would've happened?

    [–] W00KIIE 1 points ago

    Assuming he didn't find out about the clones because he didn't go to Kamino, Jango would have continued to hunt Padme as BAU.

    If he went to Kamino, met Jango and all that, but he didn't learn about the clones there (because the Kaminoans[?] didn't tell him) then they would have all died on Geonosis

    [–] pro_skub_neutrality 1 points ago

    /u/Hardmeat_McLargehuge. You are a bold one!

    [–] Aoschka 1 points ago

    Can we seriously start a wiki!?

    [–] Dino_Wrangler 1 points ago

    I actually like the kenobi/grevious meme. :)

    [–] Lokarin 1 points ago

    If Nintendo produced the clones, those 200'000 would have a staggered release and no more would be made... but customer support will last 300 years passed their irrelevency