Also, did anyone notice that the Bendu said that Attalion was made to be hard to find ON PURPOSE? That planet even now has been stated again and again to be very ALIEN. Creatures unabled to be controlled by the Force, the Bendu, it's very primordial. Something tells me that's one of those mysteries that books and comics might explore, but nothing the show will cover thanks to the events of the Finale. Also the Bendu is totally not gone. He's gonna be a factor again in some form in the Star Wars universe. At the very least, he ****ed with Thrawns head a bit.
It's clear that the Bendu is more a 'champion' of nature itself, of whom is fundamental to the very balance/superstructure of the Force itself, than a mere physical being who is just really strong with the Force, imo. His characterization is very much reminiscent of 'The Ones' in that sense -- as is the 'alien' nature of his home planet to an extent. And as was mentioned: the lightning he generated en gros(with seeming ease, mind you) was far and away the most powerful we've seen in canon... Made Palpatine's lightning look like f*cking sparklers by comparison.
*Also keep in mind: for the most part it seemed like Bendu was trying to use fear/intimidation to just scare everyone off his planet, than actually trying to obliterate them all outright -- he gave AMPLE time for them to flee unmolested, after all. With that in mind, I would be curious to see what'd happen if he just fully let loose without any sort of regard for 'teh balance'..?
"In remembrance of all that we are...
...And all that we will become."
Last edited by Galan007 on Mar 29th, 2017 at 08:03 PM
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Canon character. Lol
He's related to the same show that contradicts Revenge Of The Sith by implying that Obi-wan Kenobi and Grevious had dueled multiple times prior to The Battle Of Utapau.
Then again, those retards at Disney don't know anything about Canon.
They think Solo is supposed to be Canon - when it contradicts the physical-appearance of the Millennium Falcon as seen in Revenge Of The Sith.
The Clone Wars CGI series and Rebels are both Non-Canon.
Anakin never had an apprentice - that would have been mentioned as a reason not to advance him to the rank of Master and place him on the High Council (since Knights typically train their Padawans to Knighthood before attaining the rank of Master themselves).
Ahsoka Tano never existed in the Star Wars universe. No Bendu, no Cad Bane, no Ezra, no Mortis, the Ones, Father, etc.
If a show, book or comic contradicts the core-plot of a film, then it is automatically Non-Canon.
__________________ Asking about which Jedi or Sith that can defeat Darth Nihilus is like asking about which one of the X-Men can defeat Galactus.
I mean, that might work for the previous continuity, but Disney has said everything post 2014 is Canon(along with TCW). So...yeah, but then with the way things have been going with the ST, it's not surprising.