Why was this character killed off in “The Force Awakens?” – scifi.stackexchange.com


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25/12/2015 9:47 am
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Towards the end of the new Star Wars film The Force Awakens, we see This event caused a lot of grief among fans who were devastated to see this character go, and the filmmakers surely anticipated ...

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Why was this character killed off in “The Force Awakens?” – scifi.stackexchange.com
25/12/2015 9:47 am by markku in Development
Towards the end of the new Star Wars film The Force Awakens, we see This event caused a lot of grief among fans who were devastated to see this character go, and the filmmakers surely anticipated ...
Could Snape have killed this character to save another's life? – scifi.stackexchange.com
9/12/2015 3:16 am by S Hall in Development
A new popular fan theory is that Snape purposefully targeted and killed to save Harry's life. Could Snape have purposefully targeted and killed so their death wouldn't give Harry away in the ...
How can the Orcs be so easily killed? – scifi.stackexchange.com
5/1/2015 1:05 am by BSim500 in Development
Orcs can be slayed with very little effort even by the un-warrior humans, despite their fully developed figures, average-to-tall heights, muscular bodies. (See The Hobbit series, where a dwarf would ...
Is the word "force" ever used in a Star Wars film dialog to mean not "THE Force"? – scifi.stackexchange.com
21/12/2015 7:12 pm by squarecut1 in Development
As far as I can think, I think the only way the word "force" is used in SW movies is to mean "THE Force". I don't recall it ever being used to mean "to force someone to do something" or "a military ...
How could an raw, untrained Force user be so adept at using the Force? – scifi.stackexchange.com
19/12/2015 10:11 am by rbonestell in Development
Everything that I seemed to know about the Star Wars universe indicated that in order to be successful at being a force user required decades of training and experience, which is why I thought that ...
How could a raw, untrained Force user be so adept at using the Force? – scifi.stackexchange.com
20/12/2015 8:56 am by besn in Development
Everything that I seemed to know about the Star Wars universe indicated that in order to be successful at being a force user, the user required decades of training and experience. Which is why I ...
Futuristic dystopian story about a boy who gets killed for being too intelligent – scifi.stackexchange.com
22/12/2014 4:05 am by Flapdrol1337 in Development
As I recall, the story begins with a boy and his parents talking about some test that the boy is going to take. His parents seem concerened, but try to hide it. Even more so when he promises to do his ...
How did Yoda know that Anakin killed the younglings before watching the security hologram? – scifi.stackexchange.com
14/11/2014 10:05 pm by dreampunchboy in Development
In Episode III, before Obi-Wan started watching the security holograms, Yoda already warned him: YODA: If into the security recordings you go, only pain will you find. Obviously he was talking ...
Is Finn A Force-Wielder? – scifi.stackexchange.com
23/12/2015 5:12 am by Paul J Warner in Development
In this question in the notes, we'd like to establish for or against a canon statement that Finn is a Force-wielding individual. He can seemingly use a lightsaber effectively, but I don't believe the ...
Where is this character going at the end of Interstellar? – scifi.stackexchange.com
18/11/2014 10:05 pm by Lepton87 in Development
Towards the end of the movie Later, I don't understand what he expects to find there. Wouldn't
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