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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
Nope, gotta disagree. Traviss kind of saved her, but there was no reason for her to exist in the first place.


Lol Luke hadn't had a real love interest since Gariel Captison, and she was originally gonna be his wife were it not for big fan reaction to Mara Jade.
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Here's some scary moments...

1.) When Ben and Luke were walking through Sinkhole Base and were approaching the purple ball full of bodies.

2.) I don't remember what book it was, but when Luke encountered that one Sith guy who had lightsabers coming out of his knees and elbows.

3.) Certainly the cave scene on Dagobah.

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2.) I don't remember what book it was, but when Luke encountered that one Sith guy who had lightsabers coming out of his knees and elbows.


I believe that was Rebel Stand, with Lord Nyax. That was creepy.
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Anakin Skywalker's Destruction of the Republic


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Hmm, would that be the moment he went on a killing spree in the Jedi Temple? When his eyes glowed yellow, that was rather creepy.
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As a kid I was pretty scared by Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen's burned bodies and by the Tuscon Raiders. Vader's unmasking in ROTJ also creeped me out as a kid.


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I didn't like when Alderaan blew up when I first saw Star Wars. I was 5 and it looked like Earth, so it was weird. Shocked
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I still say Killiks are the scariest thing ever.
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Caedus_16 wrote:
Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
Nope, gotta disagree. Traviss kind of saved her, but there was no reason for her to exist in the first place.


Lol Luke hadn't had a real love interest since Gariel Captison, and she was originally gonna be his wife were it not for big fan reaction to Mara Jade.


I just wanted to point out that, according to Timothy Zahn at Celebration III, his stipulation when writing The Thrawn Trilogy was that Mara Jade be the woman Luke ended up marrying. That is why his other romances were short-lived and why Callista's exit seemed so odd. According to him, it was set in stone since Day 1.


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VileZero wrote:
I just wanted to point out that, according to Timothy Zahn at Celebration III, his stipulation when writing The Thrawn Trilogy was that Mara Jade be the woman Luke ended up marrying. That is why his other romances were short-lived and why Callista's exit seemed so odd. According to him, it was set in stone since Day 1.


Interesting. If so, I wonder why they bothered to give Luke other love interests. To keep fans guessing?
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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
VileZero wrote:
I just wanted to point out that, according to Timothy Zahn at Celebration III, his stipulation when writing The Thrawn Trilogy was that Mara Jade be the woman Luke ended up marrying. That is why his other romances were short-lived and why Callista's exit seemed so odd. According to him, it was set in stone since Day 1.


Interesting. If so, I wonder why they bothered to give Luke other love interests. To keep fans guessing?


Well, he made it sound like it was up to them. Like, Mara Jade was available for use, but most authors wanted to give their own characters a shot with different results. How much of that is fact, and how much of that is his opinion, I don't know.

Wookieepedia gives Keven J. Anderson's account, which is different. It's probably somewhere between the two.

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When he wrote Mara, Zahn stated that he kept the romance between her and Luke from developing until later works because he wanted to give Mara time to work through her anger with Luke. Prior to the New Jedi Order book series, he said that Mara would settle down with Luke, rest from fighting and possibly raise a family.[86] Kevin J. Anderson, who wrote several Star Wars books that featured Mara Jade, stated that originally, Zahn had not intended for Luke and Mara to get together—at least not when he was starting to write the Jedi Academy Trilogy. However, Anderson had felt that it seemed obvious for them to fall in love, but did not take his stories in that direction after discussing the matter with Zahn. Instead, he made Mara and Lando Calrissian "an item," saying that they seemed to share a lot of the same interests. Ultimately, though, Anderson said that fan reception of Mara encouraged Lucasfilm to make her Luke Skywalker's primary love interest.[94]


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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
I still say Killiks are the scariest thing ever.


SECOND THAT!!!! Those things scare the living crap out of me!
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Too me Darth Malak was always pretty creepy
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The Holiday Special was on that list, right?


Man I finnaly saw that last year= but i had to watch it a x5 fast forward- no way could I take it!!!
I was curious so I started watching it..... After like 2 seconds I shut it off, oh and have you guys ever seen when they did a star wars thing on the muppet show? It was bad.

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Aw, I always loved Star Wars on the Muppets.
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