I'm depressed about Starkiller Base. Not Starkiller the guy -- that dude's a jerk. But Starkiller Base was just a planet. It had innocent trees and presumably innocent other lifeforms. They all died. And nobody cares. And that's what's depressing me. I've been thinking about it a lot lately. Especially when Rogue One's Catalyst was released, and Luceno had the subplot about the Empire destroying planets for money. Not bang-boom explosionz destroying, but overmining, bulldozing, contaminating, etc. And really nobody in the GFFA cares except like, 3 people. I'm not even convinced Lyra Erso cared. The culmination was Starkiller Base. Nobody cared that it was a planet except for the size. Like, there was absolutely no acknowledgement, "hey, what lived there before? What's still living there now?" Everyone was just like "KILL KILL KILL". I'm not saying they shouldn't have destroyed Starkiller Base. But it bugs me that everyone was so apathetic - no, entirely oblivious is more accurate - to the fact it was a planet with life on it. Someday I want an author to write something about it. Or make a video game about Finn's escapades while he was working there. Or comic. Or something. Something that gives it justice. There are a woeful lack of ecologists in the GFFA. I miss you Starkiller planet. I didn't even know your name.