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  • She really is a nobody

    12 21.82%
  • She's a Skywalker

    6 10.91%
  • She's a Solo

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  • She's a Kenobi

    7 12.73%
  • She's a creation of Snoke

    0 0%
  • She's a creation of Plagueis

    1 1.82%
  • She's a creation of Snoke, who is Plagueis

    2 3.64%
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    Default Re: Star Wars: Episode IX - What should Rey's origin be?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khev View Post
    I think Prime Clone is searching for his favorite movies. I've never seen such devotion in an apologist before. He claims to be a fan of the PT. Is that related to the OT? Do you know what he's talking about?
    Quote Originally Posted by Wor-Gar View Post
    That Clone's just a crazy old man.





    Quote Originally Posted by WesMordine View Post
    THIS.

    Particularly about how things must be left to the final act. People nowadays have lost even the ability to count. A trilogy has THREE parts. The answers are at 3, not at 2.

    Sent from my SM-T531 using Tapatalk

    Trouble is, TLJ *feels* like a third-parter, not a second-parter. My only complaint about RJ is that he failed to fulfil his brief of making a middle instalment.

    I want to see IX not to find out what happens next, but to see where the heck J.J. can go from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime Clone View Post
    Trouble is, TLJ *feels* like a third-parter, not a second-parter. My only complaint about RJ is that he failed to fulfil his brief of making a middle instalment.

    I want to see IX not to find out what happens next, but to see where the heck J.J. can go from here.
    Of all the complaints about TLJ that get repeated over and over, this one probably confuses me the most. Going into Episode IX, the First Order still hasn't been defeated. In fact, having Kylo be the Supreme Leader now actually makes it more relevant to the Skywalker Saga since he's part of the Skywalker bloodline. We left off with a Resistance on the run and needing to regroup (similar to how the Rebellion was in ESB). We had Luke pull a Kenobi (which happened in the first act of the OT). And we had Rey learn more about the Force - and about her opponent in this trilogy - to set up the deciding conflict (like Luke in ESB). Heck, the topic of this thread is about Rey's lineage, so even that is still perceived as being up in the air. And we still know next to nothing about the Knights of Ren. So, what exactly got resolved already?

    The PT was the Anakin trilogy. The OT was the Luke trilogy. The ST is the Ben/Kylo trilogy. Three generations of Skywalker bloodline building, reshaping, and ultimately defining the Skywalker legacy. Anakin and Luke both still have a role to play with Kylo, and with that lasting legacy. Does Kylo die trying to fulfill his grandfather's ambitions? Or does he redeem himself in the spirit of his uncle's example? Which way he goes, and what influence his Skywalker predecessors will have, will determine how the Skywalker Saga ends. The ghost of Luke will almost certainly play a role. Will Anakin's? I'm not seeing how TLJ answered or concluded anything in a way that leaves Episode IX with nothing left to resolve. Quite the opposite for me, actually.

    For all we know, Rey ends up being a Solo . . . not by birth, but by marriage. Nothing has been resolved yet.

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    Kylo seeing who her parents were was probably just another seed planted by Snoke, who was responsible for joining their minds through the force. Hence Kylo actually believing it at the time. I think whoever she is will be tied to that "old ally" that was on Jakku in the beginning of TFA, and possibly with Maz getting Luke's lightsaber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime Clone View Post
    Trouble is, TLJ *feels* like a third-parter, not a second-parter. My only complaint about RJ is that he failed to fulfil his brief of making a middle instalment.
    It feels like an epilogue to TFA.

    Quote Originally Posted by ajp4mgs View Post
    We left off with a Resistance on the run and needing to regroup (similar to how the Rebellion was in ESB).
    That was the entire movie.


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    I think we may see Snoke had the ability to change perception in others...

    This mind link power, could have been used to stoke Kylos paranoia and literally his vision of events around him....

    Perception is everything


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajp4mgs View Post
    Of all the complaints about TLJ that get repeated over and over, this one probably confuses me the most.
    The movie ends with "a new hope". Luke's sacrifice is the spark that lights the fire that will burn the First Order down. We see a potential new generation of Jedi. It can be "happily ever after" at that point if we like.

    Cue the Johnson trilogy.



    Quote Originally Posted by xipotec View Post
    Perception is everything
    Your focus determines your reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khev View Post
    Uncle Wor-Gar, Uncle Wor-Gar, what about that OT?
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    The OT....? The OT.... now that's a name I have not heard in a long time.... a long time.
    Quote Originally Posted by Khev View Post
    I think Prime Clone is searching for his favorite movies. I've never seen such devotion in an apologist before. He claims to be a fan of the PT. Is that related to the OT? Do you know what he's talking about?
    Quote Originally Posted by Wor-Gar View Post
    That Clone's just a crazy old man.
    Quote Originally Posted by Khev View Post


    Now tomorrow I want you to take the OT down to Harmy and have it despecialized. That'll be the end of it.

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    If, as KK maintains, the main SW saga is about three generations of the Skywalker family, then the only way this can be Rey's story is if she's (a) a Skywalker, or (b) has the same "maker" as Anakin. Is she the actual Chosen One?

    Or maybe she was somehow cloned from Luke's severed hand. That would further the connection to his/Anakin's saber.

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    Don't care and no it's not because of what's between her legs it's because the character is boring and the actress can't act her way out of a paper bag.

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    On a side note, "no theory" is the new "best theory":



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