History Awesome / ReturnOfTheJedi

17th Dec '17 7:57:23 AM darksoul4242
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* Obi-Wan's seemingly nonsensical line in Episode IV to Han and in turn the crew "There are alternatives to fighting" finally come to pass 4 years later, Luke didn't beat Palpatine by a lightsaber he finds an alternative way to beat him by proudly proclaiming he is a Jedi like his father before him. Somewhere in the deep recesses of The Force Obi-Wan's ghost must have been smiling. BadassPacifist at its finest.

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* Obi-Wan's seemingly nonsensical line in Episode IV to Han and in turn the crew "There are alternatives to fighting" finally come to pass 4 years later, Luke didn't beat Palpatine by a lightsaber lightsaber, he finds found an alternative way to beat him by proudly proclaiming he is was a Jedi like his father before him. Somewhere in the deep recesses of The Force Obi-Wan's ghost must have been smiling. BadassPacifist at its finest.
17th Dec '17 5:30:49 AM darksoul4242
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* Palpatine's overall reaction to everything that is going on around him. For the 1st time in his Sith life something does not go his way, his wanted apprentice and heir to the Empire Luke has completely ignored his wishes of giving in to The Dark Side, the Death Star II's shields are down and will surely be destroyed any minute now, and his Galactic Empire which he spent nearly 20 years to create prior to Episode IV is left without a heir and will fall into ruin without him or a successor. He tries to get some cathartic rage on Luke for denying his wishes however something he never would have thought to happened to him happens, his own slave Darth Vader breaks free from the Dark Side and hoists Palpatine. All Palpatine can do at this point is yell in fury and anger he even ''demands'' Vader to let him go. For the 1st time in the Star Wars timeline Palpatine has made an error, which costs him his Empire, the Sith Order, and his life.

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* Palpatine's overall reaction to everything that is going on around him. For the 1st time in his Sith life something does not go his way, his wanted apprentice and heir to the Empire Luke has completely ignored his wishes of giving in to The Dark Side, the Death Star II's shields are down and will surely be destroyed any minute now, and his Galactic Empire which he spent nearly 20 years to create prior to Episode IV is left without a heir and will fall into ruin without him or a successor. He tries to get some cathartic rage on Luke for denying his wishes however something he never would have thought to happened to him happens, his own slave Darth Vader breaks free from the Dark Side and hoists Palpatine. All Palpatine can do at this point is yell in fury and anger anger, he even ''demands'' Vader to let him go. For the 1st time in the Star Wars timeline Palpatine has made an error, which costs him his Empire, the Sith Order, and his life.
10th Dec '17 9:45:19 PM BNSF1995
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* During their lightsaber duel, Luke jumps onto an overhead platform. Vader, having learned from Mustafar, elects to throw his lightsaber rather than jump after him.
18th Oct '17 11:02:38 PM NoxSky12599
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* "You've ''failed'', Your Highness. I am a Jedi, like my father before me." Doesn't matter than the Emperor immediately got lightning happy, that was the moment the Good Guys ''won''. Probably the second greatest SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome in the entire series.

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* "You've "Never... I'll ''never'' turn to the Dark Side. You've ''failed'', Your Highness. I am a Jedi, ''Jedi'', like my father before me." Doesn't matter than the Emperor immediately got lightning happy, that was the moment the Good Guys ''won''. Probably the second greatest SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome in the entire series.
13th Sep '17 1:15:57 PM brohan_cruyff
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-->'''Carrie Fisher:''' Tell them that a giant slug captured me and forced me to wear that stupid outfit, and then I killed him because I didnít like it. And then I took it off. Backstage.
25th Jul '17 9:56:55 AM MasterFuzzy
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** Just the fact that Luke's personal greatest triumph is then, when he wins without fighting - when he wins ''by'' not fighting. We saw earlier that he clearly has the courage to face giant monsters - we see here that he has a depth of ''emotional'' courage which runs every bit as deep. By believing, and by ''not'' acting, and by trusting in Anakin, he brought his father back. Incidentally, defeating an enemy ''is very much the Jedi way.'' By doing this, Luke truly proved himself a Jedi Knight.

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** Just the fact that Luke's personal greatest triumph is then, when he wins without fighting - when he wins ''by'' not fighting. We saw earlier that he clearly has the courage to face giant monsters - we see here that he has a depth of ''emotional'' courage which runs every bit as deep. By believing, and by ''not'' acting, and by trusting in Anakin, he brought his father back. Incidentally, defeating an enemy without fighting them ''is very much the Jedi way.'' By doing this, Luke truly proved himself a Jedi Knight.
25th Jul '17 9:55:57 AM MasterFuzzy
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** Just the fact that Luke's personal greatest triumph is then, when he wins without fighting - when he wins ''by'' not fighting. We saw earlier that he clearly has the courage to face giant monsters - we see here that he has a depth of ''emotional'' courage which runs every bit as deep. By believing, and by ''not'' acting, and by trusting in Anakin, he brought his father back.

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** Just the fact that Luke's personal greatest triumph is then, when he wins without fighting - when he wins ''by'' not fighting. We saw earlier that he clearly has the courage to face giant monsters - we see here that he has a depth of ''emotional'' courage which runs every bit as deep. By believing, and by ''not'' acting, and by trusting in Anakin, he brought his father back. Incidentally, defeating an enemy ''is very much the Jedi way.'' By doing this, Luke truly proved himself a Jedi Knight.



* Obi-Wan's seemingly nonsensical line in Episode IV to Han and in turn the crew "There are alternatives to fighting" finally come to pass 4 years later, Luke didn't beat Palpatine by a lightsaber he finds an alternative way to beat him by proudly proclaiming he is a Jedi like his father before him. Somewhere in the deep recesses of The Force Obi-Wan's ghost must have been smiling.

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* Obi-Wan's seemingly nonsensical line in Episode IV to Han and in turn the crew "There are alternatives to fighting" finally come to pass 4 years later, Luke didn't beat Palpatine by a lightsaber he finds an alternative way to beat him by proudly proclaiming he is a Jedi like his father before him. Somewhere in the deep recesses of The Force Obi-Wan's ghost must have been smiling. BadassPacifist at its finest.
4th Jul '17 12:24:47 AM LucaEarlgrey
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4th Jul '17 12:23:59 AM LucaEarlgrey
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29th Jun '17 11:26:32 PM The12thDoctor
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