death really isn’t that big of a deal Star WarsIf you’re a Jedi, you can usually reappear as a shimmering Force ghost to give cryptic advice.Otherwise, resurrection is fairly common. rise of skywalker It informs us that “Palpatine is somehow back” after being thrown into the space station’s reactor shaft and subsequently exploding.
There’s also Boba Fett’s half-digested return mandalorian When boba fett bookand finally Darth Maul’s surprise one-off cameo Solo: A Star Wars Story. These returning characters from the grave have many fans demanding the same treatment from their favorites, with the most popular candidate being Samuel L. Jackson’s Mace Windu.
Now some say enough is enough, pointing to the recent request to revive the dead Jedi Master, Plo Kroon.a r/StarWars thread Death should mean death, with fans arguing that “we should have let the characters die. It was a meaningful part of the story.”
We agree because each time an improbable death is reversed the stakes are lower for other stories. rise of skywalker The hand shrugged off one of the biggest deaths in the franchise, tweeting about ancient Sith ways and cloning.
But the future may look a little brighter.Taika Waititi Star Wars The project is said to be completely separate from the Skywalker story.
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