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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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This thread is for all odd or intriguing conspiracy theories you've ever heard or wondered about Star Wars. This was inspired by the most interesting (and odd) theory I've ever heard...ever:

Darth Maul is Anakin Skywalker's father. Shocked

Now, it's not that it isn't possible. Is it? I was blown away by that when somebody told me, and had to keep from laughing. Wanted to get you guys' reactions and see if you'd ever heard such a thing before.
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That's what I thought when I first saw Episode I.
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Everyone knows that StarKiller Is Anakins Father.... Laughing
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When we are talking about the identity of fathers, there are always the "Palpatine was Anakin's father" and "Obi-wan was the twins' father" theories. Wink


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Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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There's the old idea that Obi-Wan was Owen Lars' brother. And, I remember the Palpatine being Anakin's dad theory.


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Is Maul old enough to be Anakin's dad? And wasn't Maul kidnapped by Palps at a young age...so when would he have had time to go to Tatooine and knock up some slave?
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Well yes, I thought of both of those. But ya never know...those theories are always flawed in obvious ways that are yet somehow overlooked. Confused
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If we throw the Marakin theory in the ring too, one could have a very interesting - to say the least - family tree. Smile


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Bane 3 spoiler- not a "Spoil" but a tidbit on the Jedi's veiw of the Force.

Click here to see the hidden message (It might contain spoilers)



This makes me think about the recent "Truths" we are told about Jacen. That he had the Greater Good in mind the whole time.

He was self sacrificing WHO he was, as a Jedi, a family member, and in the end even as a Lover and a Father. He used the POWER of the Force for his Greater Good. He just used the DS to do it.

IMO it's looking like the tragedy was that he was judged as being Sith and got the Death sentience that comes with it. Cause once more we find the galaxy in civil war. Wasn't Luke a mass murder when it came to Storm troopers? It's all relative. Yet Jacen's vision succeeds, by his death. Unlike Palpatine and other Sith, Jacen wasn't doing it for himself. He was doing it all for the Galaxy. (Granted it's what he told himself, but for him it was his truth)


As evil as it went down I'm still seeing Jacen in a small sliver of light.

That's my theory now I'm taking it too to Force Philosophy.
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I see what you're saying, but as it's been said many times before, the ends don't justify the means. Although Luke killed many Stormies he didn't do it out of anger and did it in a humane manner (ie no Force-choking, no cold blood, no kicking when down etc).
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Reepicheep wrote:
but as it's been said many times before, the ends don't justify the means.


True- which in this case Jacen disagreed, he chose and acted, and as it turned out, was right. It cost him EVERYTHING. Jacen's agendas "seem" to have a much larger view of what was coming. Though he didn't see it was "through his death" which unlocked the Future he sought.

But I can see how despite the evils he committed, he was able to remain in the Force. And he seemed remorseful for what happened. Just not apologetic since he felt in the end the future he prevented was worth the cost a thousand fold.
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I agree with Reep. All the stormtroopers Luke shot down were for self-defense purposes. Remember, war is a necessary evil
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Jedi Joe wrote:
I agree with Reep. All the stormtroopers Luke shot down were for self-defense purposes. Remember, war is a necessary evil


It's all relative, which side one wants to prevail and the like. Jacen was on one side of a war fighting for Peace. He's the Tony Stark of SW, the Hero who stepped up to commit the necessary evils to bring forth a lasting peace.

But the WHOLE STORY was a tale of tragedy, that both sides were fighting for the same thing.
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illogicalRogue2 wrote:
But the WHOLE STORY was a tale of tragedy, that both sides were fighting for the same thing.


Interesting.......wanna elaborate on that?
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