Star Wars Reviews: Unknown Star Wars Plots

Daniel Poussart

August 20, 2022

Daniel Poussart

“Star Wars” is an American epic space opera franchise, which began with a 1977 film. It quickly became a worldwide pop-culture phenomenon. Even though many of the movies are pretty well-known, there are some big stories that aren’t as well-known. Let’s take a look at some of them. Whether you’re new to the Star Wars franchise or an old hand at it, you’re sure to enjoy these reviews.

Anakin/Vader’s character arc is undermined after The Rise of Skywalker.

Anakin/Vader’s character development is greatly compromised after The Rise of Skywalker. The character was initially strong in the Force but struggled to live up to the Jedi Code due to emotional attachments, fear of loss, and his impulsive nature. This ultimately led him to embrace the Dark Side. This ultimately hindered his development as a hero.

It was also bad for the character’s story arc, and after a year of watching the prequels, Vader’s soul was broken and sad. He has a lot of problems, and it is clear that his past lives have had a big effect on him. Even his past life, however, shows him to have empathy. He even tries to make amends with his former Padawan, Ashoka Tano, but ultimately succumbs to the dark side and the way of the Sith.

During the original trilogy, Anakin/Vader’s character development was largely a stoic one, whereas, in the prequels, he showed childlike behavior. This contrasted with the darker aspects of Anakin and Vader. The characters were very different, but Obi-Wan Kenobi bridged that gap and helped Anakin/Vader grow into dangerous, evil, and terrifying characters.

Darth Sidious ends the war by sending Vader to Mustafar.

After the attack on the Jedi Temple, Darth Vader returned to Padme Amidala and reported on the situation in the Galactic Republic and the Jedi Order. He also continued his mission to Mustafar, where he would assassinate the Separatist Council. Vader used Darth Sidious’ codes to break through Separatist security, and he was sent to Mustafar to finish the mission.

Darth Sidious ends the star war by sending Vader to Mustafar. After the battle, Chancellor Palpatine publicly declared himself the Emperor and transformed the Republic into the Galactic Empire. Sidious also sent Wedge Antilles to scout out suspected Imperial planets. He landed on Raydonia, which is close to Mustafar.

Darth Sidious, the Dark Lord of the Sith, was in charge of both the Galactic Republic and the Separatist Alliance. He was a well-known person and the Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic, but no one ever knew that about him. In the end, Sidious sent Vader to the lava planet Mustafar, where he assassinated the members of the Separatist Alliance.

Leia’s political career is destroyed by Snoke and the First Order.

The First Order, the galaxy’s new evil government, destroys General Leia Organa’s political career in Star Wars: Episode VIII. This is the story of a former political star, Leia, who must choose between a noble cause and her own political career. While the film has a positive tone, it also emphasizes that the world is not as perfect as it appears. Only Rey and her Jedi training may save the galaxy, but can Leia and her friends do it?

The First Order is a dark reflection of the Rebellion. They represent disparate factions fighting for the fallen Empire and the fallen Republic, respectively. The film explains why the First Order exists, but the reasons behind it remain unclear. The First Order has been able to retake the capital city of Coruscant, which means that Leia must choose between her political career and her personal life.

Boba Fett is freed by a tribe of Tusken Raiders.

In Star Wars, the bounty hunter Boba Fett is captured and freed by a tribe of Tuskan Raiders. While living with the tribe, he dreams of the days when he lived among the Tuskens. The tribe gives Boba Fett a tole for the spices he brings back to the Empire. He also trains with the Tuskens to become a Tusken Raider and helps them burn deceased Tuskens. He also vows to prevent the mass killings of the Tuskens, as they are the most brutal and ruthless people in the galaxy.

While he wasn’t able to free the Tuskens, he still managed to save the child and join their tribe. Boba Fett finally becomes an honorary Tusken, despite some fans’ confusion. In the film, Boba learns the Tuskens’ traditions and rituals, including the creation of weapons.