General Grievous is a character from the Star Wars franchise. He is a cyborg and he appears in both Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. General Grievous coughs often, which has led to curiosity about why this might be happening. This article explores all you need to know about general Grievous, including why does general Grievous cough?
General Grievous appears in both Attacks of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. He is a cyborg who has a cough which continues to make people curious about why this might be happening. This article explores all you need to know about general Grievous, including Why Does General Grievous Cough? What disease does general grievous have? It’s not always clear what causes some diseases but there are many possibilities for what could cause someone
What Disease Does General Greivy Have?
General Grievous doesn’t seem to have any specific diseases or ailments that would cause him coughing spells on such an ongoing basis–though there are some possible explanations for his frequent bouts with illness as well as what it means for General Grievous’s state of being.
General Grievous doesn’t seem to have any specific diseases or ailments that would cause him coughing spells on such an ongoing basis–though there are some possible explanations for his frequent bouts with illness as well as what it means for a general grievous state of being. This article explores all you need to know about general grievous, including why does general grievous cough in both Attacks of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, whether he is a droid or not (and if so, how) and also discussing his cyborg transformation. It also answers questions like: What is General Grievous’s affiliation? Why does he have a cape?
The coughing fits were actually only triggered by contact with the Jedi master. In both situations, grievous was feeling threatened–perhaps because Obi-Wan had just taken down one of his ground troops or because he suspected that Obi-Wan could sense him through the Force–and so became defensive when their fingers touched; which led to an attack on Obi – something grievous quickly regretted as he was immediately forced onto the defensive.
As he is a droid, Grievous’s cough may be caused by some kind of malfunction in his vocal circuits just as when Rancor Keeper yells “do not touch!” and then starts coughing up blood because Luke touches her face with his lightsaber, but it would have to be something more severe for grievous than this or else he wouldn’t continue to use speech instead of communicating through holograms.
The cyborg transformation is also explored from both an internal (the changes inside) and external perspective: why did general grievous turn into a cybernetic organism? how does changing your body shape affect you emotionally? what are the benefits? drawbacks? many other questions about becoming a cyborg are answered as well.
Origin of General Grievous
Grievous was created on the planet Kalee and was originally an organic being. He would be educated at a military academy, learn in their ways of combat, and fight for his people during battles with other planets.
During one conflict, General Grevious’s forces were attacked by Jedi Knights Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker. They destroyed many battle droids fighting under General Grievous’s command, but it wasn’t long before he retreated to regroup its army elsewhere.
The aftermath: Amidala tells Senator Palpatine about her encounter with him while she is still on Coruscant so that he may protect himself if they ever met again which leads us into Revenge of The Sith when we find out what happens to General Grievous. He has the pneumonic plague and cough is one of the symptoms listed by doctors for this condition which means that he can’t stop coughing because it’s too hard on his lungs and they are already weak from the disease.
There have been many people who develop this form of tuberculosis in their chest at some point during their life but if someone catches it early, there are forms of antibiotics available to help reduce its severity or even cure them completely so, with treatment, general grievous should be able to get better.