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The separatist general Durge hated mandalorians and essentially fought the clones because the mandalorians as he knew them were extinct. Yet we have the Mandalorian Protectors fighting for the CIS, all the Death Watch and Cay'vul Dar drama from Karen Travis and clearly Mandalore and it's populous still exist. So how has the character Durge faired with all that incontinuity? Is he still as viable as the earlier clone wars cartoon series made him? 40 Year Old Virgin 06:51, September 3, 2011 (UTC)
If memory serves, Durge is full-blown nuts by the time of the Clone Wars. Insanity may excuse any inconsistencies in his anti-Mandalorian policies. DD97Which bear is best? 20:34, September 4, 2011 (UTC)
Thanks. That seems a fair answer, though it would appear that he recieved the information on the fate of the mandalorians from some source. A source that should have known better you'd think. 40 Year Old Virgin 10:20, September 5, 2011 (UTC)
If the source was Dooku or Sidious, they would probably tell Durge anything that would manipulate him to their purposes. DD97Which bear is best? 20:33, September 5, 2011 (UTC)
ok so if Mandalore is all but wiped out by the jedi and the remaining population live in giant protective domes on the barren wasteland it has become, then that would fit into the theory that the mandalorian warriors are practically all gone, since it was now a neutral pacifist society. So that idea predates Karen Travis' books that would espouse the opposite?
The complete ridiculousness of the 2008-2011 series episodes featuring the New Mandalorians is recognized as canon (for some reason). The New Mandalorians did not use Kedalbe as a capital. Sundari was their capital. They fragmented in 20 BBY and reformed as the Mandalorian Protectors.