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My biggest headcanon is Darth Plagueis influenced the midi-chlorians to try creating the Chosen One in hope of finding a vessel to gain immortality for selfish reasons (only for the Force to strike back at him) while Anakin, his opposite, built C-3PO for selfless reasons of helping his mother.

"Pleasure’s fun. It’s great, but you can’t keep it going forever; just accept the fact that it’s here and it’s gone, and maybe then again, it will come back, and you’ll get to do it again. Joy lasts forever. Pleasure is purely self-centered. It’s all about your pleasure: it’s about you. It’s a selfish, self-centered emotion, that is created by a self-centered motive of greed. Joy is compassion. Joy is giving yourself to somebody else, or something else. And it’s a kind of thing that is, in its subtlety and lowness, much more powerful than pleasure. You get hung up on pleasure; you’re doomed. If you pursue joy; you will find everlasting happiness.” - George Lucas

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Tatooine, though materially insignificant, is “sacred” within the Force.

Anakin’s last thoughts as he smiled at Luke were of how much Luke reminded him of Padme.

Each version of the OT exists in an alternate timeline from each other. The theatrical versions are in their own canon, with any pre-1997 EU content optionally included. The 2004 and 2011 versions exist in the same canon as the prequels and all of the EU. The 2019 versions are in the Disney canon.

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Even if you set the theatrical versions aside in their own timeline, that’s still three versions that are in Legends.

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Anakin Starkiller said:

Even if you set the theatrical versions aside in their own timeline, that’s still three versions that are in Legends.

Hey, Ender! Welcome back. Glad to see you here again.

Well, the 2004 and 2011 versions are very similar. The 97 versions are kind of the oddball, since they precede the prequels, but they were basically superceded by the DVD versions, since most of the 2004 changes were to establish consistency with the PT.

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NeverarGreat said:

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Hal 9000 said:

Tatooine causes people to age in dog years.

I agree somewhat with this, but i also look at force users as people who age faster the closer they are to the force and how they harness it.
Obi-wan aged the way he did because of a mixture of stress, the planets conditions & the force within him causing him to age that way.

So you’re saying that without the Force, Yoda would have lived 2,000 years?

Maybe that’s why Grogu is 50 and still acts like a baby, despite Yoda having been training Jedi at 100ish.

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A new piece of head canon. Palpatine told his loyalists on the death star to be ready on Exegol, as there was a chance Vader would betray him.

What, no Turkey?!

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R2-D2 has been around much longer than any character knows. He’s passed from owner to owner, witnessing key events of galactic history and storing a chronicle of them in his memory banks, for many, many years. Over that time, he’s come to view that as his true primary function. Inconsistencies in the lore are a result of faults in R2’s ancient memory system. The Holiday Special is so trippy because R2’s memory was glitching at the time.

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Palpatine created Jar Jar, to serve as a pawn in his scheme to get elected chancellor, the same way he created Snoke. That’s where the name “Jar Jar” comes from.

You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Am I making Carrie Fisher’s ghost proud?”
Well, are ya, punk?

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KOTOR games Plagueis novel and TFU 1 is canon to the movies