Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII - Spoilers Allowed' started by nld3, Aug 24, 2013.
Lucas ain't retired yet, besides he isn't a creative consultant for nothing huh
he stated himself when the announcment came he retired
I think a visit to the Valley of the Dark Lords would be awesome to witness on screen. It's all dark and mysterious and sort of Egyptian like. I just imagine a very Indiana Jones-like sequence there where they unearth some long dead Sith Lord. It could even be where Palpatine placed his dead master's body if they go with Plagueis.
One can be both retired AND a "creative consultant". Lucas is both.
I'm just saying it won't make sense since he's still a creative consultant I don't know
I really home we see a ruined Sith temple in some far off planet. Maybe cover in vegetation. A place Sidious didn't even know about.
What I'd really like to see would be a visit to a Sith world, and hopefully an exploration of an ancient Sith temple, containing many occult secrets, mystical artifacts, and most of all, Sith holocrons. These artifacts can still be guarded by ancient traps and feral Sith-spawned creatures. While Korriban seems to be the go-to Sith world that everyone talks about, having been popularized by KOTOR, TOR, and much of the EU, I think a visit to any ancient Sith world like Dromund Kaas (purportedly stronger in the Dark Side than the long-dead Korriban) and Ziost would work well too. I love your suggestion about an Indiana Jones-like sequence (Temple of Doom)!
It's for these reasons why I am so largely looking forward to seeing Yoda visit a Sith Temple on Korriban in the upcoming TCW bonus content arc.
I'd prefer that. I'm pretty tired of the Sith despite enjoying all of the existing films. And on the same lines, I'd also prefer if the Skywalker/Solo offspring aren't portrayed as the only hope for saving the galaxy.
Rule of two
Ya rly. I actually posted about this at least one other time in this forum, most recently in this thread here. Here are some concept pictures from CEII:
Since Lucas worked closely with the producers and writers of TCW, there may be aspects of this arc that could filter into Episode VII if the Sith are to make a return.
I would rather they find an old Sith or Sith teachings that had nothing to do with Sid or Plag. Maybe a Sith from before the Rule of Two. Who died out & left no one behind or had many apprentices who just happened to die out in past battles with Jedi or in Sith feuds.
I would rather see this in a movie first, but since its Lucas approved I'm cool with it.
Sorry but that's like saying there should be no Jedi in Episode 7-9. You can't have Jedi with out Sith. It just wouldn't be Star Wars. The Star Wars universe would be totally out of Balance then . Its time for a massive Rise of the Sith. Who want to take back the universe by building a Sith Army.
As long as there's somebody to have saber duels...
The duels would be pretty one-sided if the opponent didn't have force powers.
2. Jedi and Sith are just sects. There could be other Force-users.
True, true. But it's a strike against Mandos, I think. Or at least a small strike. Did you see Maul make short work of the Mando in The Clones Wars?
As for Grevious, he didn't last long against Kenobi. But of course they could have made him more dangerous, as he was in the original Clone Wars cartoon.
Yes, on the other force users. What do you have in mind? Personally I'd like to see some gray Jedi.
Evil Force-users who aren't selfish. For example, they could be trying to establish a Force theocracy but be loyal to each other.
Yeah, I love that.
I never liked the idea u have to have force powers to use a sword. Explain how the force helps you use a sword? Anyone should be able to use a Saber. Maybe not as good a trained Knight.
Hey. You might want to be careful of double or triple posts in a row, because the mods may slay you.
Anyway, it seems to make sense that the ability to use the force, if it helps you fly pods or fly fighters better in battle, would also help you saber fight better than a normal being. The force allows you to anticipate or sense moves ahead of time, sort of like Spiderman's spider sense.
The force also means you're stronger and more agile than the normal opponent. It probably means that you have more stamina too.
Why am I explaining this? Have you watched Star Wars?
The Sith are actually the good guys and the Jedi were evil this whole time!
I think we know very well why the Sith Army idea wouldn't work. Remember Darth Bane?
I call that a lack of imagination