But I was just remembering that when Kylo was prying in Rey's mind, she got into his head too. There is a Kenobi in every Star Wars movie 3. When Rey and Kylo were first connected via the Force, I have to admit, I worried. Even when he went to the Dark Side in the comics for a bit. This would also make her a granddaughter of Anakin Skywalker Darth Vader.
If new Star Wars films don't use something like this to really morph it into an almost entirely new concept giving way to it in the next few films, whatever follows is just more derivative and will lose steam no matter how many loops the Millenium Falcon does or how much the mystery box is deployed. He seemed to be able to survive and remain hidden for some time, are they really trying to tell us that he could not have her with him? After the first fight, it was for me was very strange why the dark lord brought her in his own hand to the ship, and why he was calling her special guest, and why he was listening to her to remove the mask. Or maybe he is vaguely aware, but does not attempt to force-commune with her or maybe we will see that in ep 8? Who do you want to see carry on the Skywalker line? Perhaps he placed her on a faraway planet, distancing himself from her but also allowing her to remain safe. Upon emerging from the damaged lift, he ordered his ship to be readied, resuming his quest to eradicate the Resistance. She is 10 years younger than Ben Solo, so when Ben turned to Kylo, she'd have been 5. Ren is not without fear; he is afraid that he will never become as powerful as his maternal grandfather Darth Vader and fears whatever hold the Light side has on him.
So yeah he might not be that strong in the force. The revelation left Ben bitter and angry towards his parents when he learned they withheld the truth from him for so long; this discovery likely also caused him to struggle more with his internal conflict. Ordering a forward march, Kylo Ren positioned his troops opposite an abandoned rebel base which the Resistance had appropriated for its defense. Kylo got shot by the bowcaster. Simultaneously, Kylo sensed that Rey's parents were mere simple junk traders that sold her off for money and that she had no connection to the galactic story that was playing out. It thus had an unstable blade, necessitating the use of exhaust ports and focusing crystal activators to channel and vent the weapon's excess energy so that it would not overload. So, then you can say what if Luke did not know about her? There is a very strong force tree at his childhood home.
For more movie news you may be curious as to! But since the First Order became so much more powerful then he imagined, his friends decided he needed to come back now. And when he does finally become a Sith Lord — after having visions of a future galaxy destroyed by war and ruled by a dark figure — called , history repeats itself. What lies beneath the sands of Jakku or Illyrium? Ben killed most of Luke's apprentices and set fire to the Jedi Temple they had lived in, taking some of Luke's remaining apprentices with him to presumably become his followers. Despite the setbacks, Kylo Ren's offensive was ultimately successful in breaching the base's blast doors. Rule 4 - Tag all spoilers Please do not include spoilers in the title of your posts, be as vague as possible. There was no romance between them hinted at in the film as it should be. There are still other theories, which also may be quite interesting.
Though she refused to reveal Luke's location to him during her training, Rey offered him her hand one evening, causing Rey to sense the conflict within him. I watched the movie once more, Kylo is really smart he knows which solder is the betrayer etc. To aid in his conquest, Snoke seduced Ben Solo to the Dark Side - turning the Jedi trainee against Luke Skywalker and his fellow padawan learners. Perhaps it was just the actors, but definitely felt a little tension between those two, and he chooses to remove his mask for the first time in the film in front of her. The Relationship with Obi Wan while not seen in the movies is implied by the Fact she trust him with the only hope they have for stopping the Deathstar. But when you're the Emperor and your top employee is clearly plotting to have his secret son murder you so he can steal your job, it behooves a Sith Lord to leave behind a legacy.
Rey calmed herself and used the force to help guide her. His two wingmen had no such qualms, and launched their rockets in Ren's place, destroying the bridge. It seems implausible that Luke would want this for his daughter. His feelings for his child were so strong, that he effectively sacrificed the entire school to save her. Following the destruction of Starkiller Base and the Resistance's evacuation of their base on D'Qar, Kylo Ren was summoned to by Supreme Leader Snoke to his throne room aboard the Mega-class Star Dreadnought Supremacy. Well Reylo-shippers, as someone who thought you guys were nuts, I apologize.
When Han confronts his son and offers to help him with his emotional pain, Ren briefly thinks of his father's words before giving in fully to the dark side and stabbing him through the torso with his lightsaber; Han then falls into the shaft below them. Leia was always unconsciously using her Force abilities, so might Poe be. You mentioned the wielding of the lightsaber pretty well, but that explained away quite well, in my opinion, with the duel Finn had with the stormtrooper wielding that electric baton or whatever it was. Kissing cousins is a new landmark for Star Wars, and we are excited to see how this pans out. However, unlike his maternal grandfather, Ren is far less able to control his temper and emotions, as well as the fact that he is far less level-headed and far more prone to bouts of rage. Why is it that kylo can sense him at the beginning of the movie and stops to stare at finn? The way Luke's lightsaber spoke to her, I assumed it was her father's.
Han and Leia don't seem the type to drop off their daughter at distant outpost and completely forget about it and not recognize their daughter years later. I kind of like the Obi wan theory, because it adds a Shakespearean dynastic element to it all, and renders Obi wan as more than a 4 film+ clone wars plot device. If there's a God of Movies, this won't happen, but J. On the way to Snoke's throne room, Rey reminded Kylo that there was still a chance to return to the Light. Han has a big ship, 3 very dangerous aliens on it, and 2 space gangs he needs to pay off but first thing he does is go get the Falcon. Rey goes dark side, she comes a Knight of Ren, they hook up, kill Snoke, the rest is history.
This is also possible, but it doesn't address a glaring aspect of Luke's character: why would he abandon her? What role s have the medichlorians played? Kylo as Luke's kid makes sense, since Han barely knew Obi Wan it'd explain why Kylo carries the name Ben. The comic starts during the end of The Battle of Endor and largely tells the story of a Rebel pilot named Shara Bey. And in keeping with arc traditions, older sons are more favored by parents. And with those questions come inevitable fan theories about his true identity, and which characters in the Star Wars universe might be responsible for bringing him into the galaxy. It'd be really weird to not be speaking about their lost daughter. Unless he was just double-checking to make sure there was no incest issues at play.
Intent on gaining information from Rey, Kylo is ordered by Snoke to bring her to him for interrogation. This starts to get reminiscent of what was wrong with the prequels: that not even Anakin knew he had twins, but that one of them was Leia, who he has had contact many times? Not to mention the fact that the entire time Kylo knows about Rey, he begins to feel a pull toward the light side. It was too quick of a force-choke reaction, before he even mentioned a girl. Which is why he earned his exile, as that's something the dark side would do. He could be afraid of spending too much time with her but can't help himself. Instead, she refused him and walked away. And noting her appearance, Rey also is a throw back to Princess Leia in both coloring, height, and ability.