ByRand Benjamin Einfeldt, writer at
I'm a Fan Theorist. I give ridiculous predictions for movies and TV shows. I'd like to call them "Ridictable Theories"!
Rand Benjamin Einfeldt
I don’t respond to that, because that is not my name. Secondly in the words of Todd Ingram from Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World, “Don’t you talk to me about grammar.” Sorry, I couldn’t resist haha! Thanks for the heads up, I have noticed some errors that I wish I could go back and change, but sometimes my mind goes faster than my fingers… especially writing about something that I love haha! I mentioned in one of the comments that was talking about Luke not being the bad guy. I understand your stand in that, I just disagree with it. Here is my detailed reasoning. In one of the dialogues with Yoda and Luke in Return of the Jedi starts out by saying to Luke, “No more training do you require. Already know you, that which you need.” Luke: “Then I am a Jedi.” Yoda: “No. Not yet. One thing remains. Vader. You must confront Vader. Then, only then, a Jedi will you be. And confront him you will.” We see that Luke did confront Vader and chose not to go to the Dark Side. In another this other dialogue below: Yoda: “Remember, a Jedi's strength flows from the Force. But beware. Anger, fear, aggression. The dark side are they. Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny. Luke... Luke... do not... do not underestimate the powers of the Emperor or suffer your father's fate you will. Luke, when gone am I... the last of the Jedi will you be. Luke, the Force runs strong in your family. Pass on what you have learned, Luke. There is... another... Sky... walker.” Yoda is warning Luke of the Dark Side and how powerful it is. He then tells him that Luke will be the last remaining Jedi after Yoda dies. Since both Darth Vader and The Emperor die, the sith are no more. We learn in The Phantom Menace that with a Sith there is only two “... A master and an apprentice.” Luke being the last remaining Jedi, can only be the one to teach about the Dark Side thus making it plausible that he is the baddie. As for Lando, I would love to see him in the trilogy, but the only thing that's stopping me is the Millennium Falcon. We see it in the new trailers with a new dish and all, but we don't see Lando, since he was the last to fly it. We do see Han a lot though and I'm just wondering how he got his ship back. My only reasoning is from what I stated before in my theory. Speculating only… but we'll see in December right?

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