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Clive A. Smith
Long John Baldry,
This series recounts the adventures of Ewoks years before the Battle of Endor. Here Wicket W. Warrick is a young Ewok struggling to achieve maturity in his community. This leads to a series of adventures with his friends, Princess Kneessa heir to the chieftain, Latara the aspiring musician and Teebo the animal empath. Together, they help the adults protect the village from their enemies like Morag the Tulga Witch and their rival species, the Duloks. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
After watching the Star Wars films, I am now in a Star Wars kick! And after watching a few episodes on YouTube, I loved this show, and also the new CGI series The Clone Wars. And besides I love the Ewoks, they're cute.
This series starts in a time before the events in The Return of The Jedi, and follows the adventures of the Ewok (who's from the film) named Wickett and his friends, as they face many dangers in their world of Endor.
I really like the relationship between Kneesaa and her papa Chirpa. I mean, when Chirpa became a widow and believed that his older daughter Asha was missed, he chose his only child Kneesaa (until Asha's return) to be his heiress, teaching her all his job. This double familiarity (between father-and-only-child and master-and-apprentice) made Kneesaa very close with her father. You know, I think the episode where Kneessa finds Asha is one of my faves; I think first series was better. So that's all I have to say.
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