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My Interpretation;

Upon the point in which an ancient and ferociously powerful Sith Lord known as Plagueis had siezed virtual control over the Galactic Triumvirate via Sith Mind Control of it's three Rulers, and later bent the Galaxy to his will through his own malicious manipulations of the Triumvirate, the Ancient Jedi Order's Grand Master, Vodo-Siosk Baas-claimed by many to be the most powerful Jedi that there had ever been and that there would ever be-envisioned the killing of a Sith Lord by the hands of his redeemed Apprentice, and prophesized the Apprentice to be The Choosen One.
Darth Plagueis was killed in his sleep by his Sith Apprentice. Although the Sith Lord had been slain, the Apprentice, who had been taught everything his Master knew about the Darkside, was by no means a "redeemed Jedi", in fact, his apprentice proclaimed himself the First Emperor of the Galaxy, although he had not discovered the secret of preventing his own natural death-a secret in which only his Master, Darth Plagueis, and a hundred centuries later an even more powerful Sith, Darth Sidious, would discover-by retaining his own identity in the form of a Sith Zombie.
After the death of Plagueis' apprentice, the Galactic Triumvirate was destroyed, but from the ashes rose the Galactic Republic, which was claimed by many to be unsusceptible to the same flaw in which caused the demise of the Galactic Triumvirate. Vodo-Siosk Baas, however, denied this claim and said, "The Sith will rise again-more powerful than ever-and amongst His mischief the Sith shall discover that He is alone, and from this revelation shall come a new form of Democracy, more grand than can possibly be imagined. I will not stay tangible, but I shal return to walk the skies as the Choosen One, and bring balance to the Force."
Vodo-Siosk Baas would later mysteriously vanish, leaving behind nothing but his Jedi Robes, neatly piled upon his Seat in the High Jedi Council. A thousand years later Baas would appear to a young Qui-Gon Jin in the form of a ghost and say this; "I am Vodo-Siosk Baas, the Great Master who prophesized the coming of the Choosen One. It is by destiny your fate to find the Choosen One, and you will." Qui-Gon never mentioned this encounter to anyone, not to his Mentor, an not even to his Mentor's Mentor Yoda, the reigning Grand Master of the Ancient Jedi Order.


This pretty much sums up the history of the films, and explains everything, when Vodo Siosk-Baas claimed that he will "Walk the skies as the Choosen One", he is indeed claiming that he will reincarnate himself into the Child of Shmi Skywalker, Anakin, he Choosen One. No need for the EU when you have something much better, your imagination. Please share it.


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This is very interesting. One thing you didn't mention though was that Plagueis knew how to "create life using Medichlorians" per Palpatine. I take this to mean Plagueis "created" Anakin before he was murdered by his apprentice. Shmi indicated there was no father and Quigonn confirmed Anakin had the highest Medichlorian count he ever measured, higher than Yoda even. The fact that Sidius never "created' another being out of Medichlorians shows he did not know that process. But his zealousness at obtaining Anakin to become his new apprentice, shows he knew Anakin was this being created by his master.

*sorry for bad spelling of character's names.

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SOunds like EU...Go do these things in de the EU forum please.


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Re: Your Interpretation of The History of the Star Wars Trilogies

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My Interpretation;

Upon the point in which an ancient and ferociously powerful Sith Lord known as Plagueis had siezed virtual control over the Galactic Triumvirate via Sith Mind Control of it's three Rulers, and later bent the Galaxy to his will through his own malicious manipulations of the Triumvirate, the Ancient Jedi Order's Grand Master, Vodo-Siosk Baas-claimed by many to be the most powerful Jedi that there had ever been and that there would ever be-envisioned the killing of a Sith Lord by the hands of his redeemed Apprentice, and prophesized the Apprentice to be The Choosen One.
Darth Plagueis was killed in his sleep by his Sith Apprentice. Although the Sith Lord had been slain, the Apprentice, who had been taught everything his Master knew about the Darkside, was by no means a "redeemed Jedi", in fact, his apprentice proclaimed himself the First Emperor of the Galaxy, although he had not discovered the secret of preventing his own natural death-a secret in which only his Master, Darth Plagueis, and a hundred centuries later an even more powerful Sith, Darth Sidious, would discover-by retaining his own identity in the form of a Sith Zombie.
After the death of Plagueis' apprentice, the Galactic Triumvirate was destroyed, but from the ashes rose the Galactic Republic, which was claimed by many to be unsusceptible to the same flaw in which caused the demise of the Galactic Triumvirate. Vodo-Siosk Baas, however, denied this claim and said, "The Sith will rise again-more powerful than ever-and amongst His mischief the Sith shall discover that He is alone, and from this revelation shall come a new form of Democracy, more grand than can possibly be imagined. I will not stay tangible, but I shal return to walk the skies as the Choosen One, and bring balance to the Force."
Vodo-Siosk Baas would later mysteriously vanish, leaving behind nothing but his Jedi Robes, neatly piled upon his Seat in the High Jedi Council. A thousand years later Baas would appear to a young Qui-Gon Jin in the form of a ghost and say this; "I am Vodo-Siosk Baas, the Great Master who prophesized the coming of the Choosen One. It is by destiny your fate to find the Choosen One, and you will." Qui-Gon never mentioned this encounter to anyone, not to his Mentor, an not even to his Mentor's Mentor Yoda, the reigning Grand Master of the Ancient Jedi Order.


This pretty much sums up the history of the films, and explains everything, when Vodo Siosk-Baas claimed that he will "Walk the skies as the Choosen One", he is indeed claiming that he will reincarnate himself into the Child of Shmi Skywalker, Anakin, he Choosen One. No need for the EU when you have something much better, your imagination. Please share it.


My interpretation of the Star Wars trilogies?
Totally overrated gibberish full of bad acting, bad science & weak plots.
After reading that Ep 8 will be similar to ESB, does that mean that the entire 7 to 9 trilogy will just turn out to be remakes of the OT?

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Hahaha...

Well, I hope the remake stuff ends after EPVII... Depends what Abrams did an dhow his reach goes. He certainly didn't take Star Trek into a new direction with Into Darkness...


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My Interpretation of Star Wars History.

The OT Exists....



And that's it.


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Wow.... deep.


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I don't need Star Wars to be DEEP!


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Good for you.


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