What, out of interest, would you say are some of the discrepancies between the Sequels and the Original Trilogy?
There’s a few I can remember.
The second Death Star being so intact despite it being vaporized in RotJ.
The fact that the Wayfinder on Mustafar apparently belonged to Vader, which would mean Vader knew about Exegol, yet he never told Luke about it as he was dying or as a ghost.
Characters repeatedly enter and exit hyperspace within a planet’s gravity well, or come out of hyperspace literally right above a planet’s surface, which should be basically impossible. In general, characters use hyperspace far more recklessly. Another example of that is lightspeed skipping, which really shouldn’t be able to happen.
Rey having to translate Chewie’s words to Luke, despite how long they’ve known each other.
Resistance and First Order ships coming from the same arms dealer despite clearly being from different sources like the OT-era ships were.
Some of the new Force powers, like object teleportation. Or the fact that lightsabers now “call” to people, deliver visions, and “choose” their rightful wielder. Anakin’s lightsaber never called to Luke. Also, Rey being able to use a mind trick successfully despite not knowing what a mind trick is. In general, training is devalued in the sequels, and objects, like lightsabers, are overvalued based on their history.
The Resistance being so much smaller and weaker than the Rebellion, despite them being the victors in the last war.
And arguably, Force ghosts being able to use the Force directly on the physical world and grab physical objects. This one is debatable.