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Gabriel Dulac

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I need help with making the prequels consistent with the theatrical version of the original trilogy.
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I just came up with an that Anakin Skywalker was a clone, who was genetically modified to age twice as quickly. A Cloning Corporation creates clones to sell for labor. He was created 32 years before A New Hope. Controversy over cloning causes the Clone Wars.

22 years before A New Hope, when he is 10, but is aged to look 20, he is a navigator on a spice freighter before being found by Obi-Wan and becoming a Jedi. Luke and Leia are born 20 years before A New Hope and their mother’s DNA makes them age normally.

Therefore by Return of the Jedi, Anakin dies at the age of 36 but he looks like he’s 72.

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I need help with making the prequels consistent with the theatrical version of the original trilogy.
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I came up with the idea that there are 2 parallel Star Wars galaxies, one with the Blue Ray versions of the original trilogy and the current canon and the other with the theatrical version of the original trilogy and different prequels and sequels. In A New Hope, Obi-Wan said that Vader was a young Jedi when he helped the empire hunt down and destroy the Jedi. However, in the theatrical version of Return of the Jedi, his ghost was portrayed by Sebastian Shaw who was 77. Even if Anakin’s ghost portrayed by Shaw could be realistically considered to be 70 since Shaw looked good for his age and Alec Guinness looked older than he was, Anakin still wouldn’t have been a young Jedi when he fathered Luke and Leia.

The Thrawn Trilogy explains this by having Anakin become Darth Vader years before he fathered Luke Skywalker. They have him go to Honoghr and get the Noghri to serve the Empire, 35 years before A New Hope.

The problem is that I recently discovered that the original Return of the Jedi novelization explicitly states that Anakin left to become Darth Vader right when his wife was pregnant.

The only explanation I can come up with is some sort of time dilation that brought Anakin’s wife years into the future before she gave birth. But how could that happen?

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The Usual <strong>Sequel Trilogy</strong> Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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Here are my sequel ideas.
I came up with the idea of there being two Star Wars Galaxies, the beta galaxy containing the Blue Ray versions of the Original Trilogy and the Disney Canon and the original galaxy containing the theatrical versions of the original trilogy, the early Expanded Universe, and alternate prequels and sequels. In our universe, the Whills influenced Lucasfilm to document the historical events in the beta galaxy but in other parallel universes the Whills influenced Lucasfilm to document the historical events in the original galaxy.

In those universes, the prequels were produced soon after the original trilogy and the first sequel movie titled the New Jedi Order was released in 1999 and takes place 22 years after A New Hope. It contains Jacen and Jaina Solo. Jacen is played by a young Adam Driver. https://fandom-fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Star_Wars_Galaxy#Star_Wars_The_New_Jedi_Order

Then came the animated New Jedi Order TV series. https://fandom-fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Star_Wars_Galaxy#The_New_Jedi_Order_TV_Series

Then in 2005, the movie Star Wars The Rise of Ren was released, which documents Jacen’s turn to the dark side and becoming Kylo Ren. https://fandom-fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Star_Wars_Galaxy#Star_Wars_The_Rise_of_Ren

Then in 2007, The Force Awakens was released. The main protagonist was Kira who is played by Megan Fox instead of Rey since Daisy Ridley was too young. Finn is played by Michael B. Jordan since John Boyega was too young. The plot does not copy A New Hope and unlike Rey, Kira is not a Marie Sue https://fandom-fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Star_Wars_Galaxy#Star_Wars_The_Force_Awakens.282007.29

In 2009, The Last Jedi was released. In this version Luke was not out of character, he went into exile to the First Jedi Temple to seek knowledge on how to defeat Snoke. There are no annoying Admiral Holdo scenes. It is another character that sacrifices themself to ram the “Raddus” into the Star Destroyer. And Snoke does not die. He remains the main antagonist.

https://fandom-fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Star_Wars_Galaxy#Star_Wars_The_Last_Jedi.282009.29

Finally in 2011, the last sequel movie Duel of the Fates was released. Part of the plot is similar to Colin Treverrow’s leaked script. The character Rey played by Daisy Ridley appears in this movie as another stormtrooper who defected from the First Order.

The ending is similar to the Rise of Skywalker except that it is Snoke who is confronted in the final battle. Palpatine does not come back from the dead. https://fandom-fanon.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Star_Wars_Galaxy#Star_Wars_Duel_of_the_Fates.282011.29