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  1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    I think he based it on their connection and he saw her future and saw her turn. Like she did his. He turned and it wasn’t part of of Snoke manipulating them so I’m sure that put added trust in what he thought he saw for Rey. I think he wanted to believe it was real and maybe for a moment it was. She seemed a bit conflicted for a moment. But yeah as as soon as he looked toward Snoke I was like oh **** there he goes. He succumbed to the pull of that power.
  2. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    Don't you love the prequels?
  3. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    Well technically Leia is still around so i assume she will die in 9 in the scroll and it will be the beginning of the movie. So that wuld be the final book on the actual Skywalker name with Kylo being the only remaining heir. If it ends with a hero, it doesn't really end. Who knows maybe Kylo has children. But you are. Because every numbered episode has still been about a Skywalker family and their offspring and will continue to be in 9, even if one is a villain
  4. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    Why would you want a movie series based on one single family that is always the hero? That becomes stale pretty quick.
  5. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    Kylo Ren is a skywalker family member. It doesn't say the Skywalker's always the heros of the numbered titles. Anakin wasn't the hero of the prequels either. So technically it is still about the continuing battles of the skywalker bloodline. They even made a point that it was what Snoke saw in him that was special.
  6. Xbox One Vs Ps4

    Sold. Once that game releases full speed I want in. Is it FPS or TPS? I imagine an Assassins Creed style game would work really really in that scenario too, hiding in trees and stuff as you slowly creep along closer and closer.
  7. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    This is where I think it's headed too and I like it. I could see a time skip for episode 9 explaining away Leia's death and Rey and Kylo building up their powers for their inevitable showdown
  8. Xbox One Vs Ps4

    This sounds pretty damn sweet. How do weapons work as in determining who has what? Would be cool if there were random weapon crates dropped so people can fight over them like the hunger games
  9. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    That's all theory though and doesn't relate to what was actually in the movies You keep confusing me calling her Ren lol. But how many people have used that lightsaber with the force? It has significance. Maz says, "the force is calling to you, just let it in" The specific lightsaber was only calling to her because of the strong force presence around it and it makes sense that when she touches it she gets the flashback of some of those moments. It makes more sense than it senses her bloodlines or something. ----- I guess i just dont understand why Rey has to be somebody. It's way too contrived for me to have some random kid yet again be a child of some master force user.
  10. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    She answered that though. Something inside her has always been there. And now it's awake. And she's afraid. She needs help to learn how to handle it. That's why she specifically was there. I have no problem with her being nobody special. It's too contrived to have her be somebody known. I don't think anybody can do that if they try hard enough. Just like Anakin or Obi Wan, some people just have strong natural force ability. Maybe her parents had it too and they never realized or got sucked into any conflict where it had a chance to materialize. She likely would never have known or become involved in any force use had Finn and BB8 not become involved in her life I like it a lot more after sleeping on it and thinking about it all night and morning. My two biggest complaints were the Leia scene and the lack of resolve to any mystery that was set up. There are other nitpicks like too much comedy in parts and the Finn subplot being useless but overall it was a very solid advancement of the story and I love everything about the Kylo/Rey dynamic and how it sets them up for the finale. I think people had 30 years of EU and expectations for their OT characters and wanted this trilogy to focus on them more. I'm ok with it not doing that because I love the new characters so much.
  11. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    That doesn't mean there won't be conflict. Just that the force users aren't light/dark necessarily but grey. They are complex characters like the throne room scene in this movie showed. It could have gone either way and I didn't really know what to expect between the two stars.
  12. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    She can learn but i dont think it will be such a clear cut light side/Jedi thing Then again, this is disney so i'm probably wrong.
  13. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    I think both the Sith and Jedi are done. There is no single black/white light/dark anymore. That was part of the point of this. Rey embraced the dark as well while Kylo was conflicted with the light. Neither truly found their powers until accepted by the other
  14. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    Well I don't know anything about the books I can only go by what is presented in the movies on screen. Him bringing a Destroyer out of the sky seems a bit ridiculous to me as does 50 year old Luke taking on an army of AT-ATs. People criticized Yoda for his flipping and fighting but everybody would have been ok with Luke eric bana hulk leaping around knocking out walkers? Sure it would have been great to see a powerful Jedi lord Luke but that isn't the story they decided to tell. i don't think it cheapens his character. It never really made sense for me to think Luke became some all-powerful force master anyway given his extremely limited training and understanding of anything Jedi related.
  15. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion Thread [SPOILERS ALLOWED!]

    I fail to see the difference in him actually showing up vs doing what he did. Either way, he was giving his life to save his sister and the rebellion and in this way, he was not defeated and his legend continues to grow. If he shows up he is dead in two seconds. And Obi Wan giving up and letting Vader beat him so he could deuces to to everyone wasn't exactly heroic.