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Do you have any hopes/ideas for X-XII?

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Whenever they get around to making it I hope there’s not more death stars, they can have a dangerous enemy without massively overpowered weapons. I hope the Jedi also gets replenished at that time or by that time. No more tethering at the brink of destruction. They focus alot of Jedi almost being extinct. It’d be nice to see them going again. I wanna see the republic back in power again but not really the focus.

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I agree, for the most part.

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I want tons more Death Stars.

If there aren’t at least an average of six per I’m boycotting.

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Whoops!

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Sorry I misunderstood, I now get that you just want a bunch of mistakes in these movies.

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We already had that and it was so glorious, any future Mini Death Star would just be a pale rehash.

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TV’s Frink said:

We already had that and it was so glorious, any future Mini Death Star would just be a pale rehash.

To be fair the first Death Star at this point is a mini Death Star.

JEDIT: I’m dumb.

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I’d like the second postlogy (!) to be set thousand of years after IX, in a curious world where no one remembers the Force, except a weird protocol droid unit of the ancient world which survived the “great purge” (à la Dune); this unit tells the story which begins to spread. There would be a man, lost, confused, wounded by his past, trying to survive, searching for this so-called Force which could make things right again… hum… And… well, I just want George Miller to direct it. Anyway Episode XIII is already finished, it’s called “Mad Max Fury Road”.

“I have to say that I felt George’s group of six films had more innovative visual imagination, and this film was more of a retrenchment to things you had seen before and characters you had seen before, and it took a few baby steps forward with new characters.” - James Cameron about Episode VII.

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TV’s Frink said:

I want tons more Death Stars.

Seriously THIS.
Imagine a Star War where the Galactic Governments have all collapsed and individual Star Systems have their own cloaked superweapons ready to demolish whole worlds if they themselves are attacked.
It would be a powerful metaphor for the Nuclear Arms problem (outside the superpowers).
It would also remove their status as a one film at a time threat. If there were lots of little systems with their own cultures and grudges it would lead to some interesting characters and situations. The only way you could reduce the power of a large Galactic Power would be to give the smaller systems the same firepower the Empire used to have. It would lead to some fun universe building too if we got to see these regimes as individual set ups and not sided with one group or another.
More like Dune but with added fun.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6Dp2OfIT_M

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I want the destruction of the Sun Crusher Starkiller to have ripped a massive hole in the fabric of spacetime, destablizing the barriers between the infinite universes, causing them all to bleed into one another and wreck cosmic havoc until all the god-like entities of the Marvel Universe step in to set things right.

And yes, a countless number of Death Stars – and at least one mini-Death Star – would factor into the plot.

I can no longer call myself a Star Wars fan. I’m sick of the same played-out aesthetics/tropes being remixed/regurgitated time-&-time again; I’m sick of the deteriorating characterization/worldbuilding which have been in play since 1983; I’m sick of the toxic fanboys from all ideological camps; I’m sick of the capitalist pigs who refuse to allow this IP into the public domain where it rightly belongs. So while I may still admire the first two films for their technical achievements and characters, I’m no longer capable of enjoying Star Wars in any capacity due to the reasons delineated above.

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It was a parody thread the moment you conceived it.

I can no longer call myself a Star Wars fan. I’m sick of the same played-out aesthetics/tropes being remixed/regurgitated time-&-time again; I’m sick of the deteriorating characterization/worldbuilding which have been in play since 1983; I’m sick of the toxic fanboys from all ideological camps; I’m sick of the capitalist pigs who refuse to allow this IP into the public domain where it rightly belongs. So while I may still admire the first two films for their technical achievements and characters, I’m no longer capable of enjoying Star Wars in any capacity due to the reasons delineated above.

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I hope we get a bunch of character development going forward. As it stands after VII, we have a lot of potentially cool characters, and I really hope we see them all expanded on.

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FYI I’m hoping to have my outlines for IXX-XXI up on my personal cannon website soon. Whatever Disney comes up with be damned.

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I would put this in my sig if I weren’t so lazy.

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CANNONspelledwrong said:

FYI I’m hoping to have my outlines for IXX-XXI up on my personal canon website soon.

TCYSHU

I can no longer call myself a Star Wars fan. I’m sick of the same played-out aesthetics/tropes being remixed/regurgitated time-&-time again; I’m sick of the deteriorating characterization/worldbuilding which have been in play since 1983; I’m sick of the toxic fanboys from all ideological camps; I’m sick of the capitalist pigs who refuse to allow this IP into the public domain where it rightly belongs. So while I may still admire the first two films for their technical achievements and characters, I’m no longer capable of enjoying Star Wars in any capacity due to the reasons delineated above.

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NeverarGreat said:

I want the entire galaxy to be one giant weapon, one which can fire in opposite directions at once.
Death Galaxy

“The entire galaxy’s one big weapon!”

I can no longer call myself a Star Wars fan. I’m sick of the same played-out aesthetics/tropes being remixed/regurgitated time-&-time again; I’m sick of the deteriorating characterization/worldbuilding which have been in play since 1983; I’m sick of the toxic fanboys from all ideological camps; I’m sick of the capitalist pigs who refuse to allow this IP into the public domain where it rightly belongs. So while I may still admire the first two films for their technical achievements and characters, I’m no longer capable of enjoying Star Wars in any capacity due to the reasons delineated above.