i love how you worded that as if this dilemma existed when RotJ was written, so it was clearly unavoidable...as opposed to it being yet another unnecessary alteration of canon and content of a 30 year old film because GL changed his mind again.
but if you want to buy that line, that GL had had every last detail of the story mapped out in his head since 1976, that's your business.
Your Lord knows very well what is in your heart. Your soul suffices this day as a reckoner against you. I need no witnesses. You do not listen to your soul, but listen instead to your anger and your rage.
Last edited by Bashar Teg on Dec 27th, 2015 at 03:36 PM
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You mean Split personality? That's not quite the same thing as schizophrenia.
I would have a problem with Ewan playing Obi Wan's ghost. It's not that I don't like Ewan as Obi Wan. It's not even that I don't want anything connecting it to the Prequels. I don't want Ewan to come back, because Alec Guniess is the older version of Obi Wan. Obi Wan's force ghost came back as the older version in the OT. Why would Obi Wan's ghost all of a sudden change form to Ewan? It wouldn't make sense. They'd have to explain it at least.
My opinion is based on how the other two in-universe force ghosts looked.
Sorry for trying to be logical about this.
"The Grand Admiral was smart and subtle, but never used his brilliance to show up or humiliate anyone.
He demanded results, but never perfection, and had amazing stores of patience for those who were truly working to their fullest ability.
It was a pity Thrawn's style of leadership hadn't spread through the rest of the navy.
If that happened, he suspected, the Empire would stand forever."