Sunday, September 4, 2016

SNOKE REVEALED!! DARTH MAUL RISES THEORY EXPLAINED

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  1. I think Snoke is Darth Plagus and that Darth Maul is working with him to rebuild the Sith empire that they wanted to rule. Maul can maybe appear later on when we get to see Snoke again.

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  2. I think Snoke is Ezra...Snoke is very focused on Luke because he feels that he helped found and built the rebellion and then skywalker swoops in and steal all the glory. i think we will see that Ezra takes on Vader and loses and maul takes him somewhere and hides him to heal...maybe back to that sith temple where they found the holocron and the crossguard light saber, which he passes info about to his appentise later on.

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  3. Considering the possibility that Rey, might be OWK's granddaughter with Snoke being Maul, it's puts all the canon into a totally new light, with the OT actually being a filler, side story, to the over arching plot that this entire time, it's been that Obi was the one to bring balance to the force (he failed the first time - possibly) and Rey is the next chance (his seed, so to speak). Maul has had it out for Obi since he got split in two

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    1. Darth Mail already confronted Obi Wan in Clone Wars.

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    2. Possible satine hid a child from him when she died she didn't tell him?

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  4. Finally! It's impossible to discuss this with anyone that hasn't watched the Clone Wars,and my kids already agree.Watch this clip..
    https://youtu.be/E8uXBdCIsrU
    At the end of this clip Sidious says "I have other plans for you",a that Ive always remebered. Those plans will be showing up at a theater near you, and all of my friends that look at me like I'm nuts will finally go watch Clone Wars and Rebels

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  5. Every one is forgetting one very important bit of information, Kylo Ren wants Snoke to bring back the use of clones! This was made very clear by Kylo Ren in episode 7 around 26:23 when he stated "Perhaps leader Snoke should consider using a clone army". This is because Ren wants to bring back Vader and he intern would want to bring back the Darth Sidious. The use of clones featured very heavily in the paper back series of books and I could see Disney going down that route very easily given the amount of stories and spin-off's could be generated by following the Clone army route.

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  6. Finally! It's impossible to discuss this with anyone that hasn't watched the Clone Wars,and my kids already agree.Watch this clip..
    https://youtu.be/E8uXBdCIsrU
    At the end of this clip Sidious says "I have other plans for you",a that Ive always remebered. Those plans will be showing up at a theater near you, and all of my friends that look at me like I'm nuts will finally go watch Clone Wars and Rebels

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  7. First, don't mix series with the movies. The series are another story, Clone Wars and Rebels have direct connection, but both series doesn't have connection with movies, do you remember in what movie mention a battle in a serie? No because aren't mentioned.
    Second, if you remember the first movie (not a new hope), you will see that Obi Wan Kenobi killed Darth Maul in revenge of his master. He cut he in two pieces and throw he to a hole where they are fighting. If you will tell a teory, first research in all movies

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    1. You don't seem too privy to information regarding what is, and is not canon. "The Clone Wars" and "Rebels" stories factor directly into the movies and vice versa. Both cartoon series recognize what happened to Maul in the movie, and elaborate upon what happened to Maul after the events of episode I. At this time, there is still the real possibility of Darth Maul showing up in future movies.

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    2. Um...you don't remember Obi-wan and Luke talking about Anakin and the Clone Wars during A New Hope???? They are directly tied into the OT. You even Star Wars bro?

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    3. Um...you don't remember Obi-wan and Luke talking about Anakin and the Clone Wars during A New Hope???? They are directly tied into the OT. You even Star Wars bro?

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    4. dude, Forest Whitaker is playing a character directly taken from the clone wars series. The series are canon, I dont think you know anything about star wars

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    5. Its really easy for us to all to sit back and say what if... but Disney has their hands in it now and there is NO FOR SURE route they will take. From reading the books I figured they would kill someone off and they did... instead of Chewy dying it was Han... okay back to the Maul thing... in the EU he was still alive but doesn't mean Disney is going to make there mind up about this or that. We can argue all day about this or that... Emperor Palpatine.. where are his clones lol.. Luke going to the Darkside... that and Palpatine clones could still come into being... OH and just something to throw out there perhaps off direct topic... IT WOULD BE COOL if Rogue One had a young Han Solo, after all :) little did Han know, but he was PART of the REBELLION from the beginning. lol "Han Solo Trilogies"

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  8. His theory mite have some ground under it cause if you have seen the rebels ep with maul in it he states he had a normal name before he was taken by the emperor but he couldn't remember it maybe it was snoke

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  9. It's said that snoke was around for the rise and fall of the clones wars. So that cancels out any young Jedi who could have survived. My theory is that Snoke is Lord sidieous. I remember in Star Wars episode three, Sidieous was talking to Anakin about his master who had taught him how to not die. So I am pretty sure that if he had the chance to live longer, he would. If it was Darth Plaugis, why did he let his old apprentice who killed him, gain power and become the Emperor!??! Also, have you ever wondered why snoke took Darth Vaders grandchild, Kylo Ren, instead of someone else. Like why Kylo specifically out of the many other Jedi that were being trained by Luke?? I think it's because Sidieous knows that the power that Kylo gains is from trying to be as good or better as his grandfather( Vader). Obviously he will never be as good or scary but, trying to do that brings out the power in you( I would assume). Idk, it just makes more sense for snoke to be Darth Sideous.

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  10. no. 0/10. same fuckin tone of voice everyone in star wars is british and how many retard theories are going to be posted before people read the tweet from Andy Serkis...

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  11. I think anything is possible. People thought Darth Maul was dead after his fight with Obiwan, then he comes back later on during the clone wars. I would love to see his return to the main story line of star wars. He is one of my favorite sith. Only second to Darth Vader.

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  12. Apparently Darth Sidious is Darth Maul's apprentice from this theory video.
    Dude is an idiot

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  13. I thought this was a well thought out video, and I appreciate his enthusiasm. I give attention to another fact I saw online: in the music, Darth Plaguies' theme is only one note different than Snoke's theme. So I am leaning in this direction. That Andy Serkis said Snoke is an original character can't be fully believed simply because the "big reveal" around Snoke is too good to leave to being just another new character.

    As an adult, I liked the adult parts of Clone Wars and Rebels, and though they are not canon, they are to be respected as actual expressions of SW thought, entertainment and culture. I don't believe storylines from CW or Rebels will cross over into the movies because something in my SW soul doesn't think this is going to happen. I think there are too many people who don't watch cartoons (as some perceive CW and Rebels) for the movies to use those storylines.

    I appreciate all the Snoke talk, and I wait impatiently for December 2017.

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    1. you do realise that the tv series are fully, 100% canon not only under old lucas arts timeline, but also disney. that means that their story is fully relevant and could easily be referred to in new films. In fact, one of the characters of Rogue one is a character from the Clone Wars series I believe.

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    2. you do realise that the tv series are fully, 100% canon not only under old lucas arts timeline, but also disney. that means that their story is fully relevant and could easily be referred to in new films. In fact, one of the characters of Rogue one is a character from the Clone Wars series I believe.

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  14. No, I do not realize the cartoons as canon. If you can post a link by a reputable source saying, so, then I will as such. However, in my understanding, the movies are canon and all the rest are Expanded Universe.

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  15. Alex Ripard,

    This link shows that you are correct. CW and Rebels are canon. However, I don't think these storylines will be in Ep VIII.

    http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Wookieepedia:Canon_policy

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