swiftsnowmane: (Anidala - The Arena)




"You see the echo of where it's all is going to go. It's like poetry, they rhyme." - George Lucas



Now *this* is the TRUE Skywalker saga right here, folks. And it always will be. After all, "it is already over. Nothing can be done to change it." :')
swiftsnowmane: (Vaderkin - Twilight of the Apprentice)
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This story happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. It is already over. Nothing can be done to change it.

It is a story of love and loss, brotherhood and betrayal, courage and sacrifice and the death of dreams. It is a story of the blurred line between our best and our worst.

It is the story of the end of an age.

A strange thing about stories—

Though this all happened so long ago and so far away that words cannot describe the time or the distance, it is also happening right now. Right here.

It is happening as you read these words.

This is how twenty-five millennia come to a close. Corruption and treachery have crushed a thousand years of peace. This is not just the end of a republic; night is falling on civilization itself.

This is the twilight of the Jedi.

The end starts now.
— Matthew Stover, Revenge of the Sith
swiftsnowmane: (Vaderkin - Twilight of the Apprentice)

Or, why TFA makes no sense in the context of the Prequels and the Original Trilogy

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There is something incredibly unique about Anakin Skywalker as a character: this fascinating blend of hero, victim, and villain, and how the interplay of fate, destiny, character flaws, divided loyalties, tragic decisions, and the machinations of others leads to such great pain, loss, and evil…for himself, and for an entire galaxy. How he, as Vader, becomes both physically and mentally enslaved, suspended in an almost carbonite-like stasis and cyclical mindset for decades, until his final act of free will, spurred on by his latent, powerful love for his son, sets him—and them all—free.

In the wake of TFA, I feel the need to explain why I find Anakin’s entire arc (his fall and redemption) so important—nay, essential—to the overall message of the Star Wars saga, and why, thus far, the entire premise of the sequels feels like such an insult to all that has come before—especially in light of the nature of both Anakin’s tragic tale and Luke’s heroic journey.

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swiftsnowmane: (Anakin Skywalker)



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Clouds lifted from his heart: clouds of Jabiim, of Aargonar, of Kamino, of even the Tusken camp.
For the first time in too many years he felt young: as young as he really was.

Young, and free, and full of light.


— Matthew Stover, Revenge of the Sith


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Circles

Jul. 16th, 2016 04:04 pm
swiftsnowmane: (Ahsoka - Snow Outfit)
 aka, my Ahsoka & Anakin/Vader song



In my mind, this is Ahsoka singing to Anakin...as himself, her beloved master during the Clone Wars, and as Vader, her 'enemy'; at whose side she nonetheless vows to remain, symbolically, forevermore.


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swiftsnowmane: (Vaderkin - Twilight of the Apprentice)
 

It's been a week since the Star Wars: Rebels Season 2 finale aired, and I am still not over it!!!

I can't even begin to explain my feelings on this episode. Somewhere between 'insanely thrilled' and 'traumatized for life', lol.

(Major spoilers under the cut!)



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