Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Other mistake: During the Battle of Teth (the pillared jungle planet), the AT-TE's shoot the ledge at the top and there's not a single mark on the ledge afterwards, despite being hit with several joules worth of fire.

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Other mistake: During the Battle of Teth, a walker fires at one of the pillars. In the next shot, it hits the very top ledge. Problem is it was actually aiming at the middle, as was the other walker.

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Continuity mistake: When R2-D2 closes the door to the platform in the back of the monastery (before Asajj attacks Ahsoka), Asajj stabs both of her lightsabers through the door, a few inches apart from each other, and starts moving them downward. In the next shot, on the other side of the door, there is already a solid line (the top of the circle) cut into the door. There wasn't enough time for her to have stopped and connected the space between the two holes. (00:45:40)

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Battle Droid Commander: Concentrate your fire on sector 11374265!
Battle Droid: 1137 ... What was that again?
Battle Droid Commander: Just fire right there!

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Trivia: At the monastery on Teth, a Clone Trooper is hit when an AT-TE cockpit explodes from the just-arrived Separatist Droid Army's fire. When the Trooper is hit, he yells the Wilhelm scream.

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Question: Are the events in this movie going to be considered canon for the time between Episodes II and III, or will the events in the Clone Wars TV show be considered canon, or both (if the events in the movie possibly take place after those in the show)?

Answer: Canon in the Star Wars universe is a somewhat complex term as it has several levels ordered in a hierarchy of precedence. Facts stated at a certain level are considered as canon, unless contradicted by something at a higher level of canonicity. The uppermost level of canonicity are the six live-action films. Lucas has stated that the television episodes (which include the Clone Wars movie, which can be considered as the first episodes of the TV series) are to be considered as the next level down in canonicity, so below the films, but above any other releases (books, comics and so forth). So, basically, yes, they're to be considered canon, except in any case where they contradict something established in the live-action films.

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