The citizens of the Colossus are planning on leaving as food and drink are running out. Kaz and Torra figure out how to help on Star Wars Resistance.
Food. People need food. When they don’t have it, they get very, very cranky. We’ve gone past that point on Star Wars Resistance where the citizens of the Colossus have no food, drink or daylight.
They aren’t just cranky, but ready to abandon ship because this is a lot harder than just fighting off pirates.
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Captain Doza is in a tough spot and it seems he is actually not really cut out for the job. While he is head of the Colossus, he was thrown into a much bigger situation than he anticipated. He left the Empire and hid away on the Colossus.
Now, he’s fighting the First Order and is in charge for the safety of all those on board of the platform.
Leave it to the young ones – Kaz and Torra – to remain optimistic and brave to do the hard work that needs to be done.
Aunt Zee is about 10 minutes from leaving the Colossus because she has nothing to serve the people on board the platform. However, the pirates insist they will be able to capture the Jakoosk, the flying ice sting ray from the previous episode, but really want to do it to undermine Doza.
They couldn’t pull it down, but the Colossus needs it. So Kaz and Torra head out on their own to bring the creature down for good eating. Kaz used a canon Tam had been working to shoot the underbelly of the creature.
He brought it down and every one got plenty of eat.
Neeku also traded away a number of his belongings to work on making the market look as though it was outdoors again, trying to bring the feeling of home on Castellon back.
This felt like a filler episode, which are bound to happen. Yet, if they didn’t show how food and fuel were brought onto the Colossus, we probably would have been wondering about that too.
It also showed Kaz’s growth in a way. While he had plenty of screams and goofy moments, he stayed calm and came up with a plan to get the creature. His perseverance is one of his strongest characteristics.
By the way, there was no Tam or First Order in this episode. It focused on the Colossus and took place mostly on Celsor 3.
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