The Twisted History Of The Sith Lord Of Betrayal
When people talk about George Lucas's Star Wars, the main focus is on the central trio, Luke, Han Solo, and Princess Leia. As the saga continued in its prequels and most recent trilogy, it explored the ripple effects brought on by the leading trio. Upon first glance of gamers in 2004, the highly acclaimed and loved Knights of the Old Republic seemed to be an excuse to enter into an already known world and nothing new needed to be explored. Little did we realize, the story was far from over. A derailment from the original story, KOTOR presented gamers with what its developers had hoped for since its initial creation: something more than a game, but a philosophical deconstruction of Lucas's magnum opus. As KOTOR was famous for its titular characters, the first game introduced us to Darth Revan, a former Jedi Knight turned Sith Lord then Jedi Knight once again. Perhaps the series' tour de force was the creation of Kreia, otherwise known as Darth Traya.
6 Things You Didn’t Know About Count Dooku
Count Dooku has become a fan-favorite villain in the Star Wars franchise, not only because of Christopher Lee’s powerful performance in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith but also the character’s fleshed-out story throughout The Clone Wars. While we know much about Count Dooku thanks to the extensive Star Wars lore, there may be some things about the Sith Lord you were missing.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Master Yoda
Star Wars has been made famous by many different things from its sweeping scores, to its beautiful worlds. Despite these though, I feel that the most important aspect and most notable is its characters. Star Wars characters are probably the most well-known characters in film history. However, as well known as these characters are there is still quite a bit we don’t know about them.
Why The 501st Could Have Been Ordered To Kidnap Grogu During Order 66
George Lucas spared no expense when Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith debuted in 2005. Completing the full circle when Luke asked Ben, "You fought in the Clone Wars?" in Star Wars: A New Hope, Episode III broke our hearts and deepened our love for the Original Trilogy. In 2008 The Clone Wars also debuted as a side movie & show giving the important details of three long years of galactic civil war during the Republic era.
The History Of Black Krrsantan
One could say that the Wookiee is the most memorable race of the Star Wars saga due to their uniqueness and funny appearance. Whether you're a hardcore fan or a casual consumer of the Star Wars stories, chances are you have already seen a Wookiee. The most iconic has always been Chewbacca who made his first appearance in Star Wars IV: A New Hope in 1977.
10 Interesting Facts You Didn't Know About BB-8
It’s fair to say that the sequel trilogy is quite divisive among Star Wars fans. While some people love the direction they took, others see them as focused too much on Rey or just badly set out. One thing I think most Star Wars agree on, though, is that BB-8 is super cute and a great addition to the galaxy.
7 Things You Didn't Know About Luke Skywalker
The man, the Master, the legend: Luke Skywalker. The Jedi has a long history, both in Legends and in Canon. Some things about him are pretty common knowledge, like what his lightsaber colors are and which hand he lost. Some things are a little less known, sometimes even obscure depending on how deep you dive into the lore. The following is a list of 7 things you may not know about the hero.
From Outcast To Clown - The Tragedy Of Jar Jar Binks
More than two decades after the debut of Jar Jar Binks in The Phantom Menace, the Gungan remains a divisive character in the community. However, whether you believe Jar Jar is a Sith Lord or just an annoying addition to the story, the Gungan has an interesting history from his conception by George Lucas until his character arc was closed in Aftermath: Empire’s End in 2017. Here we explain the history behind Jar Jar’s character archetype and the meaning of his complete story arc to date.
Jedi: Fallen Order's Sequel Just Got Its Title And It Is 'Survivor'
With the success of the video game Jedi: Fallen Order, released in 2019 for PC and then in 2021 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox, the question was not if there would be a sequel to the popular single player game, but when. Officially announced on January 25 2022, it is still unclear when the game will be released, as Electronic Arts initial plan to make it available this year will likely not be feasible and the game will slip to 2023 at the earliest.
Is 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' Set To Miss Out On The Emmys This Year?
Award season is underway, with the Oscars and Grammys come and gone, and the Tony Award and Emmys up in the coming weeks. While Star Wars is no stranger to the award shows, they do not exactly bring in the gold as often as non-franchise films and shows.
The 10 Worst Star Wars Planets
Planets are a huge part of the Star Wars universe. There are countless planets in the galaxy, and more are even being introduced to this day. Fans have their favorites, the ones that are lush and full of life, have character, or even a special meaning. What about the least favorite planets? The ones not even characters in Star Wars want to set foot in. Most of these planets are terrible and inhospitable to anyone that doesn't live there. These are the 10 worst planets in Star Wars.
How To Get All 19 Datacards In 'LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga'
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was recently released on April 5, 2022. There are plenty of hidden Easter eggs among the game’s comedic gameplay, complete story, and multiple characters you can embody, One of them is the nineteen Datacards hidden in different locations throughout the planets of the videogame. Sometimes, a single planet may contain multiple Datacards. Other times, there is only one. It may also be necessary to unlock certain characters beforehand because of the skills needed to find them.