"That doesn't rule out the DN account"
Ah but it does.
"The DN account depicts Drallig dying in an instant after Bene and Whie are cut down"
Indeed, yet another contradiction in the DN portrayal. In the movie, Vader slaughters Whie, then chokes Bene while holding off Drallig for a few seconds. In DN, Vader cuts down both Padawans, only then engaging Drallig who he kills instantly. So thank you for further aiding my point.
"which isn't a contradiction given it can easily fit in when the movie cuts to Kenobi's face."
It absolutely is, because as per the movie, Drallig and Vader engaged prior to Bene's disposal, and then continued audibly battling for another 5 seconds before the holorecording ends. A stark contrast to DN.
"It's easily reconcilable as you just take the start of the Dark Nest account (where Bene and Whie get cut down before Anakin even clashes sabers with Drallig) and replace it with the movie version (where Anakin defeats Bene and Whie while duelling Drallig) and then have Drallig dying in "an instant" afterward like in Dark Nest (it can fit into the movie when it cuts to Kenobi's face)."
This is all addressed above.
"The only reason your so persistent with these arguments is to lowball KF Vader when we both know perfectly well that there isn't anything to really argue over. It's simple. Drallig gets killed quickly by KF Vader."
None of this is true whatsoever. Personal accusations are unnecessary and uncalled for.
"He said it's non-canon because it doesn't really fit even if you try to reconcile it."
Leland never said that in the quote. He said It's non-canon because it (allegedly) is a discrepancy between the film and game. But It's completely reconcilable as I've already detailed.
"Are we supposed to believe that Drallig somehow escaped from Vader and the clones despite having no backup and absolutely nowhere to run"
Who said there were clones present in the duel? We saw none in the movies, simply Drallig, the Padawans, and Vader. We didn't even hear blasterfire, only the clashes of lightsabers. And literally what exactly is so impossible to believe about Drallig escaping? Blasted Ventress escaped from Mace. Surely Drallig, the Battlemaster of the Jedi Order, is capable of breaking off an engagement between a guy who was hardpressed by IG-102.
"before returning with a lovely change of wardrobe?"
His clothing is irrelevent.
"The Dark Nest account is easily the most plausible and has the fewest contradictions."
The video game is quite plausible and contains zero contradictions.
Log in to comment