Dave Filoni Talks ‘Rogue One’ and ‘Rebels’ Future Connection


Empire Online caught up with Rebels creator Dave Filoni to discuss the third season of Star Wars Rebels, what’s on the horizon and if the show could possibly align with future Star Wars films. Read on for more!



Rebels creator Dave Filoni, who is now “overseeing all aspects of Star Wars Rebels production as Executive Producer and occasionally directing episodes” already has fans going nuts in the third Disney XD season. With the introduction of Grand Admiral Thrawn, the return of a certain Sith Lord and the return of some notoriously bad guys, Ezra and the crew of the Ghost must work together in order to slow a tyrannical Empire’s control over the galaxy.


In a recent Empire Online interview, Dave Filoni spoke about the new series of Star Wars Rebels, and commented on how he plans to align the TV show to the Star Wars movieverse.




How close are you to the time of Rogue One? Will any aspects of Rogue One will be connected to the show in the third season?

I would say that there will be things that definitely have influenced each other and have been definitely accounted for. Something that I’ve been interested in, is I’ve been aware of kind of the look of the film and the characters in the film for a while. If you look at Rogue One, it’s a much more gritty and very realistic-looking world and Rebels is a much more, when it starts out, colorful world. I’ve been slowly adapting, because I’ve been in the know, so that as we get closer to each other, things are going to naturally line up. I think our show will always be a bit more colorful, but it’s meant to be able to ingest the look of certain things that are happening in the film. I think that will be a lot of fun for people.




Season three has just begun. What can you say about season three without saying anything, because that’s the way the game is played?

That has been the last twelve years of my life: How do you get people excited without revealing anything? For me, the fact that Darth Maul will be back is very exciting to people. I think that’s something to look forward to, because he became such a more dimensional, interesting character when we had him in Clone Wars and I thought Sam Witwer played him brilliantly last year. So well that we want to do more with him and really get into why is he there? Why was that important to introduce him? That’s kind of a big part of what’s going to be happening in season three.


Holocron 02


Then you have the consequences for Ezra with his actions in the last season and the discovery of this holocron, this ancient Sith knowledge. That’s always a difficult temptation for a young person that sees his friends in trouble or in need. The guilt he might feel over what’s happened to his friends. Kanan was injured and Ahsoka is missing in action. They didn’t come off with a complete victory at the end of last season. It’s a transitional moment. Take Fulcrum, the name of what Ahsoka was known as: It’s a fulcrum point for the whole thing, because as we came back, everybody was a little bit older. We jumped time a little bit. Things have been happening and people have started to change. That’s what’s very exciting.



Don’t forget to check out the the full interview here.


May the Force be with you!



+ posts

88 thoughts on “Dave Filoni Talks ‘Rogue One’ and ‘Rebels’ Future Connection

  • October 2, 2016 at 6:52 pm

    Cool. I need to watch season 3!

  • October 2, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    I watch Rebels because I was hoping to get away from all this talk about “gritty realism.”
    oh well…

  • October 2, 2016 at 11:01 pm

    He talked, talked, but didin´t say nothing.

    • October 3, 2016 at 9:32 pm

      Re: “didin´t say nothing”
      So he said *something*? 😉 … 😛

  • October 3, 2016 at 1:58 am

    I hate what they did to Maul. They took a silent assassin and turned him to a monologuing one note villain very much suited for Saturday morning cartoons. What made Maul so awesome in Phantom Menace was his sheer animalistic presence. He was a hunter who did not need to waste time with words.

    • October 3, 2016 at 3:03 am

      Look at it with George Lucas eyes – a it is “that other Star Wars universe”. Ignore all that “canon” stamps – it is there to milk more money from fanboys – and enjoy the show as it really is – a cartoon for kids! You will be more happy and your silent hunting dog Maul sill remain the same, including chopped in tw pieces and rotting in some pitt on Naboo….

      • October 3, 2016 at 5:36 pm

        George Lucas did TCW and did the story with Maul coming back. He considers TCW part of his canon.

    • October 3, 2016 at 3:47 am

      True that. Rebels biggest failing in my mind is devaluing characters by unecessarily voiding and avoiding deaths. It’s disrespectful for the characters, the story and the audience.

      @tuaregmahoma:disqus makes a good point though and I’ll still tune in and just retain my movie-head-canon…

      • October 3, 2016 at 4:50 am

        It’s disrespectful how the Darth Maul character was handled in TPM being wasted .

        • October 5, 2016 at 4:44 am

          It was George’s character, story, and movie. How is it disrespectful? Dumb to waste an opportunity, sure. Disrespectful? Eh.

      • October 3, 2016 at 5:35 pm

        It wasn’t Rebels that did that, it was The Clone Wars and it was George Lucas’ idea to bring Maul back.

    • October 3, 2016 at 8:02 am

      I think that’s just it, at the time..Maul was just a silent assasin. Nothing more, nothing less. He believed his destiny lied with his master and the Sith getting their revenge against the Jedi; ambition for this guy was limited, believing only in the way of the Sith without question.

      Fast foward to Rebels, the dude has been through a lot…like A LOT. Plus he’s mainly on his own now, no master to guide him or an army to command. Although he still craves revenge, Maul has had to achieve his goals through more ambitious and calculative ways as appose to just “killing his next target”.
      I prefer Rebels version of the character, TPM Darth Maul was bad ass, but was lacking serious personality and little depth. His character and personality had to change in order to adapt and achieve his ultimate desire.

      • October 3, 2016 at 3:25 pm

        I think what was appealing about him was that we didn’t know anything about him. Obi Wan said something like ‘what was that creature’ when they first encountered him. He was a scary-ass dude and got chopped in half and the movie series moved on. I don’t think we needed him back, or that he needed to develop beyond what he was. Same with Bobba Fett. Sometimes the less you know the better, not everything needs to be fully fleshed out.

        That said, as someone before me mentioned here; the clone wars and rebels are just cartoons. I don’t get wound up by it, but I’ve said before that spider-legs maul was a bit silly, but then those cartoons are there to get kids into star wars so they’ll buy the merchandise and watch the movies. Disney might consider it all canon, but I’m not really invested in them enough to watch many of them. However, some of the clone wars episodes I’ve seen were very good.

        • October 3, 2016 at 6:52 pm

          That’s fair, I find you have to look at the extended canon outside of the movies a certain way to enjoy it, or in some cases see it the same way as the movies.

          Someone here mentioned that there is a big difference when comparing Mauls character to Boba Fett; he was a main villain. It’s easier to accept Boba’s lack of character and silence because he was more of a side character, with Maul you would expect to see more depth and background to the guy, much like Vader, Kylo or any other villain.

          In the end I get your opinion, but I differ in a sense that while mystery is great, I eventually like to know more about a characters history or background, it just makes me appreciate the character more for why they exist in the first place.

        • October 3, 2016 at 7:57 pm

          I’m sort of with you on this. As I’ve mentioned before, I actually liked what they did with Maul, but I probably wouldn’t have gone in that direction. I was pretty miffed when I heard about him coming back to the universe; especially after being chopped in half. I agree that some characters are better left as interesting and fleeting glimpses. I hated how Fett was integrated into the Prequels. It was silly. But yeah, as much as I enjoy most of the Clone Wars and Rebels, they just don’t carry as much weight for me as do the feature films. I know they’re defined as canon, but I approach things a bit differently in the animated shows than I do with the films.

      • October 3, 2016 at 3:59 pm

        I get that he is jaded but just to get a whole new personality is a little crazy to me. I would have much rather seen him go back to his old assassin ways.

        • October 3, 2016 at 5:34 pm

          It’s not a whole new personality. It’s a personality. He was a subservient assassin in TPM. There was no room for him to be seen as a character. TCW allowed for that to be explored.

          • October 3, 2016 at 6:30 pm

            He had personality. He was a no nonsense assassin that valued efficiency and harbored a huge hatred for the Jedi. He was also arrogant. He showed all of these traits through his actions. I personally do not need him to monologue these things to me in order to get them.

          • October 3, 2016 at 7:54 pm

            I don’t think anyone needs monologues to “get him”. But really, he was a pretty flat character in TPM. He was rad, but there wasn’t a whole lot to him. I wasn’t a huge fan of his return, but that has more to do with me not liking villains returning from the dead (yes, I get that according to the story he wasn’t dead). That all being said, what they ended up doing with the character turned out pretty interesting and it’s great to see him rounded out a bit more.

          • October 3, 2016 at 8:18 pm

            He doesn’t monologue those things. He talks about other things, b/c the events in TPM changed him.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:43 am

            If you’re referencing his portrayal in the film how could you ever extrapolate any of what you just stated as his personality from him standing quietly in a hood before flipping around with a lightsaber?

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:57 am

            I can infer things unlike certain people lol.

          • October 6, 2016 at 2:09 pm

            Personal interpretation. Also known as opinion. Not fact. You’re basically telling people in this forum they’re Luddites for not viewing a film in the exact same way you see it.

            You should be a film critic. People already don’t like you, you’re half way there already.

          • October 6, 2016 at 3:40 pm

            That is what I said. I like my personal interpretation of Maul better than what I see on Rebels. People just couldn’t stand the fact that I do not praise the hell out of everything Star Wars so people liked you pitched a bitch fit.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:04 am

            I’m sorry, sir. But attempting to change what you’ve been arguing about here when it’s plainly posted above you isn’t the best of ideas.

            It just makes you look even sillier.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:12 am

            Changing what I have been arguing on? Lol what?! Are saying I have not been arguing about my preferred take on Maul this whole time? Reading is hard isn’t it buddy.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:18 am

            You’ve been sputtering out your opinions and then becoming quite irate with people who dare to counter them in a discussion forum on a Star Wars fan site don’t agree with them. And then provide relevant points to counter what you’ve managed to string together into a few coherent sentences.

            Then, you make personal attacks when you’re unable to continue argue the points you are trying to make about Darth Maul being fail after he was granted a story line, personality, and relevance to the over arching story of Star Wars.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:23 am

            I do like Maul better in Phantom more so than his portrayal in Rebels. You are the one coming at me saying I am wrong for thinking this way because he is a sooooo much more compelling character now but I know reading is tough and frustrating for you but that is no reason to harass poor prequel fans.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:51 pm

            Never said you were wrong. I gave my opinion which is counter to your own. You have since devolved into hurling petty insults instead of defending your obviously unpopular opinions in a mature and thoughtful way.

          • October 7, 2016 at 7:13 pm

            I have said in many comments above why I like Maul better in Phantom. Do you need me to hire you a reading tutor ?

          • October 8, 2016 at 3:01 pm

            You’re not addressing the core issue here. You came to these forums with an opinion you shared which wasn’t exactly popular. You were engaged in discussion over it. When you were unable to rebuke the arguments of your peers you resulted to name calling.

            Now you’re attempting to use a weird circular reasoning to save face. Do yourself a favor and don’t reply to this pst.

          • October 8, 2016 at 3:44 pm

            Why should I change my opinion because a bunch of people tell me I am wrong. You may have a herd like mentality but I possess ability to think for myself. I gave my reasons for not liking this Maul and why I prefer the old version. If you had any kind of reading comprehension skills you would know that lol.

          • October 9, 2016 at 7:00 am

            You just can’t let it go. I love it.

            Alright, again. No one here has asked you to change your opinion. Neither have I. So let me repeat myself to you one more time since the only person here who seems to have trouble with reading comprehension is you.

            You came to a Star Wars fan site and expressed an opinion that was unpopular in a forum beneath an article. People engaged you in debate about this opinion; that’s what happens in a forum.

            You are entitled to express your opinion. The forum goers are entitled to engage you on it and express their own.

            You were unable to respond to those who had offered their own opinions in an adult manner and started to vomit forth childish and ineffective insults to those who didn’t agree with you.

            Your point, which at the beginning of this magical journey of devolution was well thought-out and explained is now lost to simple-minded trolling you have failed to execute in a way for you to retain any semblance of face or integrity here.

            You’re welcome to make up a new accusation, or to try and revise what you were saying or attempting to accomplish with this discussion, AGAIN, if you’d like.

            But it just makes you look worse than you already do for having tried to salvage what you turned from an opinionated discussion into a pointless, droll, and pedestrian internet argument.

            Congrats. You have succeeded at nothing but making your own self look silly. Again, and again, and yes, again. It’s an Internet Face Plant Hat Trick.

            Now really, time to close up this waste of time and space and try engaging the community here in a manner that isn’t disrespectful.

          • October 9, 2016 at 5:29 pm

            Somebodies jimmies are rustled. I hope one day you learn the magic of reading. I am pretty excited that Disqus has a block feature so I will never see a comment from you again. I have toyed with your little mind quite long enough.

          • October 9, 2016 at 5:47 pm

            Yes, someones jimmies are rustled. Yours, obviously. And that block feature is a lovely white flag for the world to see.

    • October 3, 2016 at 6:14 pm

      I disagree with what you say. In EPI Maul was a cool looking one dimensional character. He was flat as a board. For now he gain motivation, real characterization with deep background, purpose to fight and history.

      • October 3, 2016 at 6:35 pm

        He does not need to monologue to show his characterization. I guess it is a kid’s show so they just have to spell everything out for them but if that is what Maul is to you now then that is cool.

        • October 3, 2016 at 6:42 pm

          You’re right in that he doesn’t need to explain himself in a visual medium, “show don’t tell” and whatnot. But let’s be fair here, what did TPM show us about Maul? He was a skilled saber duelist using one of the most dangerous hand weapons we’d seen thus far, he’s clearly a skilled tracker as well, and yet he has no thoughts or feelings outside of “Yes, Master”. There’s another Star Wars villain that showed us these traits (minus the dueling), Boba Fett. The difference is that Maul was supposed to be the main villain, and Fett was always supposed to be a side character. So it’s okay that we don’t know much more about Fett, but we ARE supposed to know more about Maul.

          • October 3, 2016 at 7:20 pm

            Wrong. The main villain was the phantom menace – Darth Sidious. Maul was nothing but a tool, the longer hand of Sidious.

        • October 3, 2016 at 9:06 pm

          Lack of screen time, lack of characterization, that’s what I see. Thanks to TCW/REbels Maul is now fully grown….he is adult, not just a speechless killer. I see your point but Maul is not the Predator. You would liket to see him as the most brutal predator ever, but he is not. In EPI his charisma was nothing but his agression towards the jedi. We didnT see him as the ultimate hunter, but you would like to see him as a hunter. We didnT see him, as a predator, but you would liket to see him as a predator. I feel sorry because in EPI his charachter wasn’t used well. TCW/REbels by far the best thing that could have ever happened to Maul.

        • October 4, 2016 at 6:31 pm

          Why do so many people bail on arguments in this way? The whole passive-agressive “if you need things spelled out for you” spiel is the most disingenuous way to have a conversation. It belongs in the dumb-comment pile with phrases such as, “well, if you like mediocrity then I can see why you like this”. Dumb.

          • October 4, 2016 at 9:10 pm

            Hey man if you like mediocre handling of iconic characters more power to you.

          • October 4, 2016 at 9:53 pm

            You’ve just proved my point.

          • October 5, 2016 at 1:27 am

            I did that intentionally as a joke. You are not living up to your last name Bobby.

          • October 5, 2016 at 1:48 am

            You’re assuming I didn’t know that. But seriously, don’t seek for a career in comedy. You’ll starve to death.

          • October 5, 2016 at 1:56 am

            Do not every seek a career outside of your McDonald’s job. I am afraid you are not sharp enough to work any where else. You see what I did there! If need be I will get the rebels Maul to exposition explain it to you.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:13 am

            Wow. How can one possibly compete with wit of this caliber? I’m truly bandying with a rare mind here.

            And seriously, if you’re going to make jokes about my name, at least have the nuts to use your real name; not hide behind some dumb screen name with a private profile.

            Step aside, little boy. This is where the grown-ups talk.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:19 am

            I was worried you would not get my clever joke without excessive monologuing. Good for you.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:42 am

            Why was he iconic?

            He died in a movie and was wasted? He was replaced with an actor who did not do a very good job of portraying the character he was given crappy dialogue for.

            We also wondered wtf was up with George giving us Grandpa Sith.

            Maul looked cool. At the time. But time has not been kind to his make up. He doesn’t have the same impact he did back then visually and before the character was revived in Clone Wars and given an actual identity he was completely wasted.

            Why get excited when you watch Episode I for Maul when you know he’s just going to die at the end and serve absolutely no purpose in the film other than killing Qui-Gon?

      • October 3, 2016 at 9:26 pm

        Your characterization of Maul in TPM could just about as easily be applied to Vader in ANH.

        • October 4, 2016 at 7:14 am

          Difference is, Vader was developed throughout the following two movies. Maul wasn’t.

        • October 4, 2016 at 3:14 pm

          Vader demonstrated knowledge of political situation, improvised a cover-up of the Princess’ capture on the fly, conversed and plotted one-on-one with Tarkin throughout the film, demonstrated guile by allowing the Falcon to escape, and led Imperial pilots into a starfighter battle.


    • October 4, 2016 at 7:13 am

      He was a one-dimensional, walking lightsaber with no development or character. He was turned into a sympathetic yet evil character with a purpose and a backstory.

      • October 4, 2016 at 3:17 pm

        He was turned into an overacted stereotypical mustache twirling Saturday morning cartoon character.

        • October 4, 2016 at 6:27 pm


          • October 4, 2016 at 9:09 pm


        • October 5, 2016 at 2:39 am

          I didn’t know it was considered “mustache-twirling” to stage an elaborate behind-the-scenes takeover of an entire planet’s government while also taking revenge on the man that almost killed you by murdering his girlfriend. I don’t recall many mustache-twirlers doing that.

          • October 5, 2016 at 2:44 am

            I am not talking about his actions. His mannerisms are what are so awful.

          • October 5, 2016 at 2:51 am

            And now you’re calling a villain “mustache-twirling” because of his mannerisms. Seems like you have your priorities straight, lol.

          • October 5, 2016 at 3:29 am

            Mustache twirling is a form of mannerism and personality. I have no problem with his plan or actions like revenge against Kenobi and taking over a planet. Witwer and Filoni just f up the portrayal. Read my comments more closely buddy. I guess I can get Maul to monologue everything if it helps you understand lol.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:30 am

            I do not think you do buddy but keep posting it amuses me.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:39 am

            Are you attempting to use ‘buddy’ to somehow incite his ire?

            I just makes you look silly.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:41 am

            You live up to your profile name buddy.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:47 am

            The name reflects the people I choose to interact with.

            You’re no where near as clever as you try to portray yourself to be.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:59 am

            I never portrayed myself as clever. I guess that just comes out naturally when talking to people like you and TUD.

          • October 6, 2016 at 3:40 am

            badum tss

            The pretension oozing out of your comment is thick as jam.

          • October 6, 2016 at 2:10 pm

            You are correct. You haven’t come close to being much of anything but smug and opinionated. Far, far, away from something like clever.

          • October 6, 2016 at 3:39 pm

            You my friend are a far, far, away from something even remotely close to competence.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:04 am

            Competence? In relation to what? Now you’re not even making sense.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:10 am

            Probably not making sense due to your lack of competence lol.

          • October 7, 2016 at 5:19 am

            And this comment proves that you didn’t know what you were talking about, either.

          • October 5, 2016 at 4:38 am

            He isn’t acting any different than the man who trained him.

  • October 3, 2016 at 4:02 am

    Anyone see the new Plinkett review?

    • October 3, 2016 at 5:34 pm

      1. Off topic.
      2. Yes, it was desperate, grasping and unfunny. They should not have come back. You can tell that TFA is much more well made and thus does not provide much fodder for their jokes. Without a decade of people complaining (like they had with the prequels), they can’t come up with much of their own.

      • October 3, 2016 at 5:47 pm

        I personally think that TFA did show a lack of imagination and creativity. But even with that it was still entertaining. The fact that “Plinkett” had to devote half of it to rambling on about something called “Star Wars Ring Theory” spoke volumes. He would’ve done better with something like Star Trek Into Darkness IMO.

        • October 3, 2016 at 8:20 pm

          I do think it lacked some of George’s more original planetscapes and aliens, but I found it to be creative in other ways.

          but the same people who worked on the prequels (art department) worked on TFA. Maybe they just lacked inspiration or guidance to trigger those truly original art pieces.

          Plinkett is even more out of ideas than the most uninspired idea in TFA

  • October 3, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    I sure hope there is a connection between Rebels and Rogue One, it would be another connective tissue holding all the canon together. I know saw from the clone wars is in Rogue One, but since we’re so close to the same timeline I’d love to see a character pop up in Rebels.

    • October 3, 2016 at 2:24 pm

      I guess capturing the very Y-Wings that would participate in the Death Star attack at Yavin just doesn’t do it for you, huh?

      • October 4, 2016 at 12:20 am

        Not a bit. That’s a reference to the orig trig, not the new upcoming movie. It’s extremely easy to throw in little nods like that anywhere in star wars, but expanding on characters in a different series so we can get backstory for them in the movie is a whole new level

        • October 5, 2016 at 4:36 am

          We’ve already had an episode that indicates Geonosis isn’t where the Death Star ended up being constructed.

          They won’t connect anything too directly since not everyone watches Rebels. The most you can hope for are the cameos, nods, and references.

          • October 5, 2016 at 8:13 am

            Well I figured since they pulled a character from the clone wars it wouldn’t hurt to have one of the rogue one crew show up in an episode of rebels on some whatever mission. I wouldn’t expect the movie to reference rebels at all, but the other way totally seems doable

        • October 5, 2016 at 8:23 am

          “expanding on characters in a different series so we can get backstory for them in the movie is a whole new level”

          I guess including Leia, Lando, Wedge, and others just doesn’t do it for you, huh?

  • October 3, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    “He almost certainly didn’ t remember that in Jedi Leia remembered her mother.”

    I highly doubt that he completely forgot about it. Give me a break. More likely, it was brought to his attention at some point (if it even needed to be) and he just chose to disregard it. Also, Leia is Force sensitive. It’s quite likely that she retains some primitive, latent memories of Padme from before she was born or in the fleeting moments she spent with her. Remember, she tells Luke that she remembers, “just images really, feelings…” And that can certainly gel with what we end up with.

    I suppose Padme could have survived the Prequels only to die at some later date, but she had to die to really push Anakin over the edge; seemingly for good. Remember that the first thing Vader does when he comes to is ask the Emperor about Padme. Her death spiritually pushes him over the edge; again, seemingly never to return.

    • October 4, 2016 at 12:05 am

      Aaaah, the almighty Force, as usual, solve it everything, fill any plot hole. Before Revenge of the Sith all these years people thought that Leia’s mother died when she was a kid, not a newborn baby. Hell even the script was convinced about it. Organa’s handmaiden, right? And Leia was 4, right? Wrong, because continuity problems my butt. Again, I’ m happy fou whoever doesn’t care. And you know what? I am not a prequel hater, I am even George Lucas worshiper, go figure. I would rather see his vision of the future. But Padme dies at birth because she doesn’t want to live anymore, that will always be a fail and lazy writing.

      • October 4, 2016 at 2:52 am

        “…all these years people thought that Leia’s mother died when she was a kid, not a newborn baby.”

        So what? What does that have to do with anything? It’s lazy writing because people didn’t think that was what happened? That’s a lazy excuse.

        “But Padme dies at birth because she doesn’t want to live anymore, that will always be a fail and lazy writing.”

        You’re wrong. And the fact that she was dying because of some lack of the will to live is just what the droid told Yoda and Obi-Wan. I think it’s probably likely that her intertwined relationship with Anakin had something to do with that. Anakin’s turn to the dark side pulled something out of her that spiritually destroyed her. In a sense, they died together. It’s one of the Prequel’s more eloquent plot points, actually. But you’re likely to dismiss that as the Force filling another plot hole. But you’re not really giving the Force enough credit, which is silly because that’s really what moves this galaxy and differentiates it from other fictional worlds.

  • October 3, 2016 at 8:18 pm

    You can believe that if you wish. It’s a matter of opinion. But Lucas certainly knew what he did with Maul. He also knew what he with Leia’s mother, but probably didn’t want to be hamstrung by an idea written in 1982.

    if anything, Maul’s return has given life to some terrific, imaginative new stories.

  • October 4, 2016 at 2:31 am

    I am sure us fanboys know more about the minutia of Star Wars than he does, but he remembers big things like Leia’s mother.

    Honestly, through all your grammatical errors, it feels like I am talking to a kid, so if you can’t make yourself legible and not insult people for liking something you don’t care, have a nice day, kid

Comments are closed.