Vader: did I say thousands? I meant millions, possibly billions. I have been an active participant in several genocide’s.Luke: I know there must be good in you somehow.Vader: not really.Edit: Thinking about it realistically. The amount of deaths that Vader is partially responsible for, probably breaches the trillions. Given the likely populations of certain planets. I doubt Alderaan or Geonosis had small populations. If they’re both in the billions, And taking everything else into account. It’s probably at least 1 trillion deaths Vader would be responsible for.
It was blue milk psychosis. The more you drink, the more your brain melts to mush. It was in the deleted scenes
Luke literally overstepped that day. I mean he fought the emperor and Vader and still got all feary weary lmao
Never forget the day when Star Wars was reduced to "Your Mom" jokes...
He also had any planet to choose from his imagination, and put rey at tatooine 2. Then if that wasn't enough, he basically just redid the originals. They have the force sensative protagonist starting on a sand planet and doesn't know that they have the force, then they later fight on hoth after hoth played 30 consecutive games of r6 siege. There's more but I don't want to rant any more.
How to fix the sequel trilogy: NOT have it be the direct next gen. Have it be the gen after and then you can have that story make sense of the grandmaster after Luke not fully know how to react to this situation of someone being tempted to the dark side. Having it be Luke completely ruins his character
Fuck the sequel trilogy. Waste of opportunities for disney.
And Hoth is snowy.
This was reposted like a week ago.Also Luke beats up Vader, cuts off his hand when Vader says he’ll just take leia to the dark. Then after cutting off his hand Luke says he’s a Jedi and throws his saber.With Ben, he saw Ben killing billions including his own students. And he realized so many Jedi masters create the sith out of padawans. Yoda created dooku. Obi wan created Vader. He realized the only way was to kill the padawan. But he lit his saber for a few seconds, then realized it wasn’t the Jedi way.Sounds like Luke got his impulsiveness under control.
So. Tired. Of. This. Meme.
I honestly don’t hate that characterization of Luke and I don’t think it’s out of the realm of his OT established character.OT Luke wasn’t all zen and chill. In their final battle Luke cut off Vader’s hand and beat the fuck out of him before he caught himself. He’s always been impulsive and emotional. Now let’s add in some trauma, which historically makes people hyper reactive to triggers. Yeah, it makes sense for Luke to have a moment of “kill him before he kills thousands, millions, billions of lives”. Edit: being complicit in killing unknown scores of lives is exactly what Kylo did, so maybe Luke was right.IDK where anyone got this idea that Luke was perfect, or that people in general hold views but have contrary impulses and thoughts. Expecting Luke to be some perfect zenmaster (especially after establishing him as a whiny little hothead in the OT) is effectively treating him like a Mary Sue.Edit: accusing someone of not watching the movies or being a paid shill for having a different opinion is exactly why people hate Star Wars fans and a perfect reminder of how this kind of fan toxicity has harbored the type of fans who bully actors off social media and push others to the brink of suicide. It’s really clear why some of y’all chose a whiny little hothead as your Mary Sue.
sorry is this OT memes or "I hate the sequels" memes?
A sequel bad meme in OTmemes? Colour me surprised.
I still argue that The Last Jedi is a good Star Wars movie, and if Johnson had been allowed to finish off the trilogy it would have been considered a classic.JJ is the problem.He makes fun popcorn movies, but they're always shallow. As flawed as Johnson made Luke out to be, he also made him human. Luke shouldn't be perfect, he's always been a troubled soul. Johnson progressed the characters and the universe.JJ was more interested in making films which looked a bit like Star Wars than actually making Star Wars.