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Rebels Chat: Episode 30, The Protector of Concord Dawn

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Welcome to The Wookiee Gunner’s Rebels Chat, a family-friendly podcast, where Johnamarie and Maria share impressions, reactions, and favorite moments of the latest Star Wars Rebels episode, “The Protector of Concord Dawn”.

We talk about Mandalorians training clone troopers, Sabine’s heritage and her importance in the future of Rebels, her relationship with Kanan, Sabine’s revenge and vowing to make the Mandalorians pay for what they did to Hera, the two pilots who perished during the space battle, and much more!

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At 81.6 MB, this episode is about one hour and seven minutes long.

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Content creator of The Wookiee Gunner and Geeky Bubble. Contributing writer of Fangirl Next Door and Fashioned for the Geek. Podcasts: @RebelsChat, @GalacticFashion, @Team_Kanan, and @StarScavengers. You can also follow me on Twitter and Instagram.

2 Comments on Rebels Chat: Episode 30, The Protector of Concord Dawn

  1. Someone in Tumblr once posted that you can hear the hate clearly evident when one of the Protectors asked Sabine, “Where did you get that armor from, bounty hunter?”

    Because they could see clearly that the armor Sabine was wearing, was a complete set made & forged lovingly, for a teenage girl.

    That guy in essence was asking, “Which kid did you kill just to raise your stats, bounty hunter?”

    That revelation kinda messed up my mind T_T

    • Finally getting around to replying to comments! I didn’t really think of it that way. To be honest, that’s probably not what the writers intended. The script probably had “in an angry voice” and that’s it. I guess you could read it that way, but we will never really know for sure. Until something like that gets confirmed, it’s just an “angry voice” to me and there’s really no reason behind it other than, “This person is just posing as a Mandalorian when they’re probably not.” Interesting thought, though.

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