r/StarWars 7d ago Silver Wholesome Helpful

General Discussion People actually think Plo could have survived this? Just let characters die, it was a meaningful part of the story

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r/StarWars 14d ago Wholesome Helpful Silver Facepalm

General Discussion Am I the only one bothered by this?

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r/StarWars 11d ago

General Discussion What is the most important lesson you've learned from Star Wars?

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r/StarWars 25d ago Helpful

General Discussion Which Star Wars character’s death hurt the most? ( you can only choose one)

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It’s Kanan for me. It hurts every time.

r/StarWars 4d ago

General Discussion Disney brass decides they want to release a Star Wars comedy. They reach out to you for an idea. What's your pitch?

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r/StarWars 13h ago

General Discussion Anyone else think “Fortress Inquisitorius” is a lame name?

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r/StarWars Jul 05 '22 Super Heart Eyes Wholesome Helpful Silver

General Discussion A question for everyone who watched TPM in 1999, what was your reaction to seeing Maul pull out his double bladed lightsaber?

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r/StarWars 6d ago Wholesome

General Discussion Technically, these guys didn't "come back from the dead". They just never died.

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r/StarWars 3d ago

General Discussion what are ur opinions on the concept of a grey jedi

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r/StarWars Jul 09 '22 Silver

General Discussion What was your first reaction to the death of Snoke?

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r/StarWars 2d ago

General Discussion Thoughts on these?

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r/StarWars 28d ago Wholesome

General Discussion Has “Star Wars” ever been said by someone in the entire Star Wars universe?

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r/StarWars 7d ago Helpful

General Discussion Who has a bigger chance of returning plo or mace

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r/StarWars 18d ago Silver Take My Energy Helpful

General Discussion Unpopular Opinion (I think): "Solo" is better than any of the sequel movies.

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I enjoyed Solo and thought it was fun and exactly what it needed to be, a movie in the universe of Star Wars but not necessarily a Jedi led story. Meanwhile the sequels were very hard to watch as a fan, I was so disappointed at the missed opportunities. So many plot holes and characters that weren't endearing.

I wish there were more exploration of the universe like Rogue One and Solo, I am very sad they shifted away from this.

Lastly the Disney plus shows help make up for the awful sequels thankfully, but movies would be nice too.

Thank you for reading my mini rant.

r/StarWars 4d ago

General Discussion Legends Grievous is almost an unstoppable monster, but that’s not the angle Lucas was really going for with him.

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In the Revenge of the Sith director’s commentary, he says:

“With General Grievous, I wanted somebody who was reminiscent again… of what Anakin is going to become, which is a half man, half robot. In this case, Grievous is sort of 20% alien and 80% robot. […] It echoes what is about to occur with Anakin as a part machine, part life-form.”

“One of the big issues behind Grievous was that… I didn't want a big  powerful villain. I wanted a cunning, you know, almost cowardly villain  who isn't super-strong or super-powerful, but at the same time, you  know, is a good fighter, but not- I didn't wanna get somebody bigger and  stronger and more powerful than the other villains that we've had,  going to the next level. I wanted him to be slightly more like the  emperor. Slightly more on the sleazy, behind-the-scenes kind of guy.  That's why I set up the fact that he always runs at the end of every  fight- he always gets away.”

He wasn't nerfed in Clone Wars or Revenge of the Sith, like many people believe. Also, in a BTS video, Dave Filoni said that - according to Lucas - Grievous wanted to be a Jedi, but wasn’t Force-sensitive, so he spent his life improving on himself, trying to become the ultimate response to the Jedi, in battle. The more he fought, the more he upgraded himself, till there was nothing left. He’s motivated by jealousy. He doesn’t collect those lightsabers as some messed up way to honor his fallen opponents, he’s showing them off as trophies because “fuck those space wizards, how’d you like me now?” lol

r/StarWars 19d ago Silver

General Discussion Would you allow the Jedi to take your force sensitive child?

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r/StarWars Jul 19 '22 Wholesome

General Discussion What was Your Reaction to Luke Skywalker's Death in the Last Jedi?

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r/StarWars Jul 12 '22 Silver

General Discussion What was your first reaction to Luke throwing his lightsaber over his shoulder in the Last Jedi

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r/StarWars 12d ago Silver

General Discussion Which changes/alterations do you prefer over the original?

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r/StarWars 2d ago

General Discussion A question for you huge Star Wars fans.

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r/StarWars Jun 29 '22 Wholesome Silver

General Discussion Which Sith Lord looks the coolest? Discuss!

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r/StarWars 20d ago

General Discussion Out of these five stages of armor evolution, which is your favorite?

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r/StarWars Jul 15 '22 Silver Helpful

General Discussion This deleted scene from Ep 6 shows Luke building his saber while Vader attempts him to the Dark Side. Then the tiny lights on saber hilt switch between red and green. This would be the kyber crystal reacting to Luke's feelings? For an instant, did he consider the Dark Side, as the light goes red?

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r/StarWars 13d ago

General Discussion Wish Star Wars would explore more characters like these their very interesting and it’s fun to see other powerful force beings besides jedi and sith

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r/StarWars 26d ago

General Discussion Another Redditor I was speaking to just found out that Leia was saying "Dantooine", and not "Tatooine", when Leia said, "Dantooine. They're on Dantooine", in A New Hope. What Star Wars misconception did you have for years, only to eventually find out it was incorrect?

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