STAR WARS: RISE OF SKYWALKER REVEALING REY'S LAST JEDI VISION FORESHADOWED A PALPATING TWIST INVERSE

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The Skywalker Saga is over. Then Now the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is available to buy digitally now. We have all answers about Rey’s Parentage, what the heck is going through moody boy Ben Solo’s head and who the titular Skywalker actually is. clarified some details Novelization which came on Tuesday.

When some burning questions in the wake of Rey. Finn and Poe Dameron’s trilogy. updated with information from the novel. And the spoilers loom like Emperor Palpatine hanging from the ceiling on a mechanical Sith spine.

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Marketing of Rising of Skywalker was very vague on Palpatine’s role, Saving the juicy details for the film. At the campaign that appeared toa part of Lucasfilm’s spoilers-averse advertising strategy, that people hope the Emperor’s return was enough to get people excited. But a lot of questions unanswered of the finished movie left. as Palpatine’s backstory between the original and sequel trilogies was hardly explored. BUt the all information was eventually cut. This is very frustrating for all the viewers, many whom felt Palpatine’s role was sudden and rushed. But with the release fans are learning mostly about the Sith master.

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Palpatine has one of the biggest mysteries in The Rise of Skywalker is how he was still alive. In the returning of the Jedi, he was thrown down a Death Star Shaft, and then the space station exploded. As Emperor will say the dark side is a pathway to many unnatural abilities, but it like a tall order for even a powerful Sith to survive that.

When the Super Leader Snoke was initially billed as the big bad os the sequel trilogy; in The Force Awakens, he was basically the Palpatine equivalent. That why it is all will not surprising to see Snoke discarded in The Last Jedi, with the Kylo Ren appointing himself new Supreme Leader.

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