Watching Revenge of the Sith this past weekend reminded me of the startling realization of a single line that Ahsoka Tano says to Mando when speaking about the chance a Jedi can teach Baby Grogu in Chapter 13 of The Mandalorian: “Then again, there aren’t many Jedi left.”
Yes, there are barely any Jedi that exist (even less so in 1983 when a dying Yoda told Luke Skywalker, “When gone am I, the last of the Jedi will you be.”) but there are a chosen few that, thanks to Disney, could answer Grogu’s call and save him from a dismal fate. The question is, who could that be? The first obvious answer is Ahsoka.
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I found this post I wrote a couple of years ago and because it felt humorous I decided to reshare it. Enjoy!
At first thought, Star Wars is a very family-friendly franchise. There is never too much violence, zero over-the-top sexual themes (well, besides the adult implications between Kylo and Rey, lol) and very mild cursing. That’s part of the reason why these movies are so much fun to watch. Whether you’re 5 or 85 you can enjoy these films to the height of enjoyment and never have to worry about any suggestive content. But, while Star Wars is clearly made for the masses it does contain its memorable moments–specifically deaths–that can leave a chill down your spine. That’s what this post is about. Which ten deaths have I found to be the worst in Star Wars? Here’s my list.
10. Boba Fett
Boba Fett was easily one of the coolest characters in the original Star Wars trilogy. Unfortunately, he didn’t last very long and ended up suffering the fate of being eaten over a thousand years in the belly of a Sarlaac. That’s nightmarish.
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It’s eight days away from The Rise of Skywalker, just a little over a week. It’s an exhilarating thought. Today we get to celebrate this day by looking at some of the best posters from Revenge of the Sith. Enjoy!
This feels like a precursor to The Clone Wars, which featured the Clone Troopers very heavily. Continue reading It’s Eights Days Away from ‘The Rise of Skywalker’!
The Skywalker Saga is coming to a close this December and while our brains may be currently preoccupied with such delights such as The Mandalorian, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and so forth, we can’t forget another very important aspect to the story, which is, of course, the prequel trilogy. The Prequel Trilogy has delivered plenty of characters, some fascinating, others annoying, but all of which are rather memorable. For this week’s Who’s Your Favorite? I figured giving a bit of love to the PT characters was in order. Enjoy!
The only Force-wielder to have a purple lightsaber in Star Wars, Mace Windu stands out as clearly one of the coolest and most memorable characters of the Prequel Trilogy.
Jar Jar Binks
While Jar Jar Binks fans are far and few there’s no denying the impact this character has had on the franchise. Continue reading Who’s Your Favorite Major Prequel Trilogy Character?
The Jedi are a major factor to the Star Wars franchise. They are the superheroes, the good guys, the ones who will stop evil at all costs and inspire hope throughout the galaxy. But they are also flawed and their flaws have led to the drama that is Star Wars.
The dark side and the light are at the middle of this great conflict that has spawned decades of storytelling and the Jedi are the vessels of the Light.
In short, Jedi are awesome.
So, for this week’s Who’s Your Favorite?, I wanted to highlight the Jedi masters in the franchise. Mind you, there have been a lot of Jedi masters, so I will be sticking to the major ones in the films. Enjoy!
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Woo, it’s Sunday and you know what that means? It’s time for another segment of Who’s Your Favorite? I’m so excited for today’s segment because I’m tackling a fun topic; lightsaber colors. Lightsabers are undoubtedly one of the coolest fictional creations of all time and they are part of the reason why Star Wars is such an amazing franchise. In fact, it’s safe to say that every Star Wars fan has pretended to swing a lightsaber once or twice in their life. (I know I have.) 🙂
So, on that note, here are the six known lightsaber colors to choose from.
Blue is the most common color for lightsabers and there have been some pretty remarkable characters who have wielded this color. Rey, of course, hasn’t made her own lightsaber but she still looks pretty cool with a blue lightsaber in hand.
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