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Great last lines from Episode 3

Discussion in 'Revenge of the Sith (Non-Spoilers)' started by MoronDude, Mar 26, 2002.

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  1. black_saber

    black_saber Jedi Grand Master star 4

    Apr 4, 2002
    Will sense were going to see what alderean looks like were leia home plant bye bye I think I got a scray line. Ankin finds his mom dead on the floor of her home in the middle of the Episode 3 The siduos The lord of the sith says; the jedi has betrayed you you must kill all the of them before they kill you. and you must find padme before she kills you. So ankin goes angry gets the jedi and helps the Dark lord of the sith to destroy the jedi And make Naboo dagabah and tores the end we see alderean were we see leia and obi wan says she is the chosen one she must not know who heir father is and may the force be with you then he gets luke to tattione and says the same thing and obi wan watchs out for luke the whole time. Then uncle owen says your father is gone he wase a good man. luke has a vision of his father and mother and miss both of them. I think at the end we see how the imperails and the rebals form a new fight but luke said dagabab is famliar I think he is born on the destoryed palnet of Nabbo.

  2. justin_sith

    justin_sith Jedi Master star 1

    Feb 17, 2001
    Obi-won after giving luke to owen "I have a good feeling about this"

  3. ImperialGuard2

    ImperialGuard2 Jedi Youngling

    Apr 25, 2002
    Yoda: Sitting in the swamp with Mace's image nearby. "Ever in motion, the future, it is. Difficult to see ... a new hope ... after a long darkness ... the Jedi will rise."
  4. Mogook

    Mogook Jedi Padawan star 4

    Nov 14, 2001
    That's a pretty good line Imperial. I like that.
  5. CowMoo

    CowMoo Jedi Master star 3

    Aug 12, 2001
    I want to end something like this:

    Anakin: "So, now that I am the High Lord Darth Vadar, what's for dinner?"
  6. Jabachile

    Jabachile Jedi Padawan star 4

    Sep 16, 2001
    [face_laugh] Great one mist!

    This would be good:

    DV's voice is replaced by Homer Simpson's.

    Vader gazes out among the stars on the bridge of a Star Destroyer. We just hear his breathing.

    Suddenly it stops.

    Vader: Ah! My respirator!

    Vader runs off.

    [face_laugh] ...*looks around*...*runs away*
  7. CountDooku918

    CountDooku918 Jedi Youngling star 3

    Mar 8, 2002
    Vader: Does this suit make me look fat?!
  8. Gorion

    Gorion Jedi Youngling star 1

    Apr 21, 2002
    Luke? Luke! Time to come in now!

    I like it
  9. MoronDude

    MoronDude Jedi Knight star 6

    Nov 1, 2000
    Anakin (to Palpy): "Soooo, what does the Dark Side pay anyway?"
  10. SithLordSi

    SithLordSi Jedi Youngling

    Apr 1, 2002
    I think there's a few important things that we have to consider when thinking up a possible ending for Episode III:

    1) In each Star Wars movie, the ending is a conclusion rather than a prologue to the next chapter. In "A New Hope", the ending does not depict the Rebels setting up base on Hoth. In "Empire", we're not given any hints as to how Han is going to be rescued. In "Menace", there is nothing to suggest what happens to Anakin for the next 10 years or so. The reason for all of this is that it is more dramatically satisfying to end a story with a resolution, rather than with a prologue to something else. Sure, you can have a cliff-hanger, but even the big cliff-hanger in "Empire" wraps up 90% of story threads (Luke is back with the Rebellion, Lando is officially a good guy, Threepio and Artoo are reunited, and we have learned why Vader is so interested in Luke). Taking this into consideration, I do not think that Episode III will end with any sort of 'future story', i.e. showing Luke as a young boy.

    2) Every Star Wars film so far has ended with a scene depicting the 'good guys' and their state of affairs. I feel it would be too weird if Lucas broke from this and ended Episode III with Vader. A safer bet is Obi-Wan, I'd say, as he's the other main link between the PT and the OT.

    3) I doubt there would be any remorse in Anakin's mind at the end of Episode III. If Anakin is already having doubts about serving the Empire by the end of the PT (as some of you are suggesting), why would he continue to do so for so long? If he was conflicted to begin with, why does it take so much to bring him back to the Light Side? Personally, I think that Anakin needs to have totally become Vader by the time Episode III ends. He has been driven against everything he once held dear (except Padme and his mother, who are both gone from his life), so there is nothing holding him back from becoming Darth Vader. The way I see it, is that if has already started down the Dark path at an early age, there would be no doubt left in his mind by the time he completes his transition from Jedi to Sith.

    With all of that said (and I think they are very important points, and ones that Lucas has to have in his head), here is how I would have Episode III end:


    THREEPIO and ARTOO are boarding the ship with BAIL ORGANA and his wife, who carries the child LEIA. They pass YODA and a battle-weary OBI-WAN.

    Master Yoda, I am deeply sorry for your loss. The galaxy is in utter chaos.

    Gone is the Jedi Council. Destroyed is the Republic. In dark times, we are. [He looks exhausted for a moment, but then looks back up at BAIL ORGANA with conviction]. But, hope there still is.

    Yes, there is always hope. Rest assured, my commitment to opposing this Empire will not falter. [He looks at his wife as she passes] Even in the face of our own destruction.

    The spirit of the Jedi, you have! May the Force be with you.

    YODA hobbles away from the party to his own craft. OBI-WAN now approaches BAIL ORGANA.

    Is Padme on board?

    Yes. She is resting now.

    That's good.

    [Lowering his voice] She is very weak, General Kenobi. This whole ordeal has been a terrible burden for her. You say that Skywalker will not be returning to us?

    [He pauses, saddened] No. Anakin will not trouble you. I was unable to save him.

    Suddenly, PADME appears at the top of the ramp. She is very pale, and looks exhausted.

    You should be resting, Padme.

    I could not leave without saying good-bye, Master Kenobi.

    PADME descends the ramp slowly, wearily, until she and OBI-WAN are face to face. They look at one another for while, trying to find the words. Finally, they embrace. Then BAIL ORGANA puts his arm around her shoulders and escorts her back onto the ship.

    OBI-WAN walks over to YODA, who is standing next to his small space shuttle. The two of them watch in silence as the ORGANA's shi
  11. MoronDude

    MoronDude Jedi Knight star 6

    Nov 1, 2000
    ! :eek: !

    ... Uh... that was good.

    Great, in fact! Awsome writting!
  12. SithLordSi

    SithLordSi Jedi Youngling

    Apr 1, 2002
    Thanks, I try. :D

    I was thinking about going back and putting a bit in where Obi-Wan talks to R2 just before he boards the ship. Something to the effect of "Now keep an eye out. If there's trouble, you know where to find me."
  13. EagleIFilms

    EagleIFilms Jedi Knight star 5

    Apr 6, 2001

    That was great.

    If that was the final scene in Episode III, I'd be cheering when the opening credits start.

    Wow. That was really great.
  14. MatRags

    MatRags Jedi Padawan star 4

    Feb 5, 2001
    First rate writing SithLordSi. :D

    I always thought of Episode 3 ending like Rotj SE did except showing how the Empire has changed everything. Anyway it ends I'll be cheering. :D
  15. SithLordSi

    SithLordSi Jedi Youngling

    Apr 1, 2002
    That would be a cool way to finish, although it might not satisfy in terms of character development. At the end of "Jedi", the characters didn't need to be developed - there wasn't an awful lot of exposition to get through, in other words, so Lucas could afford to (at least in the Special Edition) add in some big epic sweeping shots of different planets.

    At the end of Episode III, I suspect a lot of the transition to the way the galaxy is in "A New Hope" won't be seen. After all, there's around two decades for the Empire to truly become a force to be reckoned with. I mean, in "A New Hope" they've only just managed to dissolve the Senate. So its at the beginning of that movie that the Empire really takes control.
  16. Jabachile

    Jabachile Jedi Padawan star 4

    Sep 16, 2001
    It was incredible except for "May the Force be with you" as the last lines...too predictable ;)
  17. SithLordSi

    SithLordSi Jedi Youngling

    Apr 1, 2002
    Actually, I meant it to be "The Force will be with you [PAUSE] always"

    I don't see why those shouldn't be the last words. It's not a cliche just for the sake of using a cliche - I actually thought about what Obi-Wan would convey to the baby when they parted, and it made sense that he would wish him luck for the future. And, if you're a Jedi, wishing luck means saying "May the Force be with you."
  18. DeltaJedi

    DeltaJedi Jedi Youngling star 1

    Apr 24, 2002
    After reading the last one, I was determined to come up with my own varient...

    (Setting: On Alderaan, in the royal palace courtyards. Obi-Wan walks in to find Yoda seated on a small stool).

    OBI-WAN: I?ve booked passage on a freighter for myself to Tatooine. It is a smuggler?s ship, and overpriced, but at least I will arrive undetected.

    YODA: : aproving nod :

    OBI-WAN: Padme and the girl are resting upstairs in Senator Organna?s study. I have assurences from Bail Organna himself that she will be protected for as long as she is here.

    YODA: Suffered much has she...Suffered much have we all...

    OBI-WAN: Is it true then what I?ve heard? Is the Council gone already?

    YODA: One with the Force are they. Arrogant we were to not have forseen this....

    OBI-WAN: Then we are the last...the Jedi are gone...

    YODA: Dark is the night, but break always does dawn. Arise again will the fight always will light against the darkness.

    OBI-WAN: The old ways may truly be gone forever...we are without hope.

    YODA: These children, a new hope are they...protected they must be at all costs. The boy must you take with you.

    OBI-WAN: I thought Master Windu had instricted you to take the boy and train him?

    YODA: Shorter grows my time every moment that passes...weaker have I been recently and weaker still would I grow protecting another. Ready must I be when the time is right.

    OBI-WAN: But surely the child would be safer where you are going then where I am going? Certainly he will be safer where there is noboy who could see him?

    YODA: To that planet will not his father his family must the boy be given.

    OBI-WAN: Then he is not to be trained?

    YODA: (mirthless laugh) Trained he shall be by you, when right is the time. And trained he shall be by me, when taught him you have.

    OBI-WAN: You have forseen this?

    YODA: Clouded this boy?s future is as well, but sense not the darkness about him do I.

    OBI-WAN: If he is to come with me to Tatooine, then we must depart at once...

    YODA: Guide him you must, Obi-Wan, and protect him...on that all depends.

    OBI-WAN: I won?t fail you, Master Yoda. I will bring the boy to you wherever you are.

    YODA: May the force be with you...

    OBI-WAN: :bows slightly: Take care, Master Yoda. Until we see one another again.


    (Scene: Coruscant, the Emporer?s office)

    PALPATINE: It is done then?

    SKYWALKER: Yes, my master...

    PALPATINE: Good...Good....With the Jedi gone we can finally begin to restore order to this galaxy. The destruction will end right here and now, and we will rule the galaxy together! Come...take your rightful place at my side, my friend.

    (Skywalker walks to Palpatine and stands beside him, looking out over Coruscant...)

    PALPATINE: We shall create a great Empire...and together shall we rule as the great Sith have before. No longer will we stand in the shadows and conduct ourselves in the backgrounds of the galaxy. We have been reborn this day, as have you, my friend.

    SKYWALKER: I am at your service, my master.

    PALPATINE: In the years to come, the galaxy will fall to their knees with respect at the sound of your name: Darth Vader, Lord of the Sith.


    (Scene: Lars homestead on Tatooine with Beru and Owen Lars)

    OBI-WAN: His mother and father are both gone, and you are all that he has left. I ask that you take him and keep him safe.

    OWEN LARS: Why should I trust you? Anakin died following you people...I?ll not have his only son be swept up into any such nonsense.

    OBI-WAN: The Jedi are extinct...they will trouble you no more. But the boy must be seen to.

    OWEN LARS: I will look after Luke because he is family, but my hospitality dosen?t extend to crazy wizards like you. You stay away from us, understand?

    OBI-WAN: (ignoring) I will never be far, should any trouble befall you or the boy.

    OWEN LARS: I don?t forsee any happening. We're simple farmers here, we don't have trouble.

    OBI-WAN: (looks at Owen appriasingly, knowing something more then he is saying) Be careful, Owen...mor
  19. SithLordSi

    SithLordSi Jedi Youngling

    Apr 1, 2002
    Hey, I liked that! Especially the bit just before Yoda and Obi-Wan say farewell... it reminded me a lot of the bit where Luke leaves Dagobah in "Empire", if you know what I mean.
  20. Darth_Berrow

    Darth_Berrow Jedi Youngling

    Jun 15, 2001
    OBI WAN-: now all is lost

    Yoda no there is another
  21. Fox609

    Fox609 Jedi Master star 1

    Mar 5, 1999
    SithLordSi, tha was great! Some of you are forgetting that Obi-Wan doesn't know about Leia.. and Owen & Beru are not related to the Skywalkers in blood.. (Unless GL decides to pull another 180)
  22. Oakessteve

    Oakessteve Manager Emeritus star 6 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

    May 9, 1999
    Anakin being in a hospital bed after his fight with Obi-Wan, where Palpatine is talking to him, and thinking to himself, "I was cured alright!"

    A prize to anybody who guesses what that's a reference too :D.
  23. SithLordSi

    SithLordSi Jedi Youngling

    Apr 1, 2002
    Why shouldn't Obi-Wan know about Leia? He's the one who tells Luke about her being his twin sister. And I haven't forgotten the scene in "Empire", where Yoda tells Obi-Wan that "there is another". However, it's kind of ambiguous as to whether he is informing Obi-Wan for the first time, or whether he is simply reminding him that Leia could also be just as strong with the Force as Luke. I find it highly unlikely that Obi-Wan never knew about Leia, especially given the way he reacts when she needs his help in "A New Hope". I would think it more than likely that Obi-Wan was responsible for keeping Artoo close to Leia and her foster family. After he witnesses Artoo's bravery in "Menace" and "Clones", and probably Episode III as well, he would trust the droid just as Luke did in the OT.

    You're right - Luke is not related by blood to the Lars. His only blood relation is his mother, if you believe that he was conceived by the Force. However, Owen is his step-uncle, so he is still family.
  24. Fox609

    Fox609 Jedi Master star 1

    Mar 5, 1999
    Good points. :)
  25. KaaShamau

    KaaShamau Jedi Padawan star 4

    Aug 15, 2000
    Wind up that orange Oakessteve!


    Miss my chair, I do.

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