Please do not forward this to other threads since I am mixing several known points here. All the thinking below originally comes from the attempt to figure out an upcoming major revelation in EP3. We all know that GL creates a strong analogy between OT and PT. There was a major revelation in EP5 (which is supposed to be analogous to EP2): Darth Vader is Luke's father. Luke's analogy is Anakin, and he has no father so forth. But there was nothing on this topic in EP2. In fact I (and many others I am sure) were disappointed by lack of ANY revelations in EP2. That makes EP2 look more like EP6, where we already knew all we need, and just waited to see how would things end. There is another thing that makes AOTC look like ROTJ: it's the titles. Compare: A Phantom Menace - A New Hope Attack of the Clones - Return of a Jedi ??? - Empire Strikes Back A structure of the titles makes us think that EP3 ought to be closer to ESB in terms of analogy. (This, by the way, rejects the most famous "Revenge of the Sith" which sounds cool by all means but structurally is similar to "Return of a Jedi" and not to "Empire Strikes Back" which must be the case.) I believe there must be active action in the title of EP3 like in EP5, something like "Sith Take Over" but more elegant. I am not a native speaker, so feel free to suggest something. So, EP3 must be like ESB in terms of revelations and analogy. As we know from Lucas, clone wars end in the beginning of EP3. There will be some battle (remember Hoth). If we choose a straightforward naive analogy, Count Dooku has to be Anakin's father: in the end three of them (Emperor, Dooku and Anakin) get together, Anakin fights and kills Dooku (unlike Luke) and becomes Darth Vader. All remaining Jedi die in some kind of battle at the background. I do not know how DV vs. OB1 duel fits in though. But look: like Ben ghostin ESB Qui-Gon will appear before Anakin and will give him an advice to go learn more from Yoda. But I do not like this much. On the other hand Obi-Wan may be an analogy to Luke since he is the most dedicated Jedi ever. During the final clone wars battle a phantom of Qui-Gon (or just his voice) will hint him on this being one with the Force thing. Qui-Gon is a direct mentor for OB1 just like Ben for Luke. In this case OB1 vs. Anakin duel fits in better. Ok, that is already a lot. Hope somebody will read it to the end and will come up with something interesting.