I’m removing my previous posts and posting them here for sake of not spoiling anyone.
Can somebody help flesh out this FAN TREATMENT with me?
Star Wars Episode IX: Fall of the First Order
There is a time jump that allows the Rebellion to be built (so that the movie can start with war instead of something as boring as rebuilding and so, while still being a tense underdog battle, the heroes can win) and the New Jedi to be trained (so we can explore the New Jedi relationships with one another while still having adult actors). A romance between Rey and Ben begins through continued contact through the Force. Rey finds her parents.
Finn has a romance with Rose and encounters DJ. It is revealed to Poe that he killed Finn’s friend, the death that made Finn rebel from the First Order (watch TFA again, it seriously happens). From then on, he becomes much less violent. Ben Solo descends into madness. He begins to think of the First Order as something of the past, so he destroys it, killing Hux and the Knights of Ren. Out of the ashes of the First Order, he builds the weaker and incomplete Second Order and trains a new breed of dark side users, the Aryans.
Ben, because of Rey’s love for him, turns to the light side, but the Aryans turn on him. The New Jedi (including Rey and Ben) battle the Aryans and win. At the end of the movie, the war against Kylo Ren ends, the Republic is rebuilt, and finally, Rey and Ben have a child (to be the protagonist of Episode X). I have a problem: my treatment doesn’t tie the trilogies together.
EDIT: PLOT TWIST: Reylo is necessary so that Rey is a Skywalker since she will be the wife of a Solo and mother to a Solo.
EDIT: It is revealed that the events involving the Jedi and Force of the sequel trilogy have all been the balancing of the Force as told by the Chosen One prophecy. The Jedi died so that they could be reborn as the new balanced Jedi, and then that so that new Jedi could vanquish the remnants of the unbalanced darker sides.
In Episode X/10, the enemies are not of the dark side but rather simply evil.