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  • The Reason Darth Vader Seems So Uncharacteristically Angry At The Beginning Of A New Hope on Random Darth Vader Fan Theories That Actually Make A Lot Of Sense

    (#3) The Reason Darth Vader Seems So Uncharacteristically Angry At The Beginning Of A New Hope

    Source: Redditor u/stormtrooper1701

    Details: Typically, when you see Darth Vader on screen, he's a cool and collected person. He rarely raises his voice, and he lets his visage and indomitable will induce fear into the people around him. That wasn't the case when he first showed up onboard the Tantavie IV, and there may be a reason for it.

    After Rogue One came out, the reason for his anger became perfectly clear. He had just chased the Death Star plans to that very vessel, so he knew with 100% certainty that it wasn't simply a "consular ship on a diplomatic mission." He was p*ssed that they tried to lie about something that had happened, not 10 minutes before we first see him on the ship.

    It makes perfect sense that he wouldn't be willing to put up with any of the crap they tried to sell him. That includes both the captain and Princess Leia, who was absolutely a traitor and a spy... from Darth Vader's point of view.

  • Why Obi-wan Told Darth Vader He Would Become More Powerful In Death on Random Darth Vader Fan Theories That Actually Make A Lot Of Sense

    (#14) Why Obi-wan Told Darth Vader He Would Become More Powerful In Death

    Source: Redditor u/ajburt1998

    Details: This theory suggests that the reason Obi-Wan warned Vader of his increase in power after death could have been done for two reasons. When they fought, Obi-Wan said, "You can't win Darth, if you strike me down I shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine." Why would he tell him that?

    It's basically showing his hand to his enemy, but the reason may have been twofold. He could have been telling him that to appeal to Vader's ego, hoping to convert him back to the Force, leaving the Dark Side behind.

    The other reason he may have told him about it could have been to trick Vader into taking the plunge himself, so that he could attain more power, but no longer be able to continue his tirade of death and destruction across the galaxy.

  • Each Of The Prequels' Villains Represents A Part Of Anakin's Character That He Loses During His Fall To The Dark Side on Random Darth Vader Fan Theories That Actually Make A Lot Of Sense

    (#7) Each Of The Prequels' Villains Represents A Part Of Anakin's Character That He Loses During His Fall To The Dark Side

    Source: Redditor u/-TracerBullet

    Details: This is an interesting theory that posits the enemies that go up against Anakin and his allies throughout the prequel trilogy each represents a choice he made on his path to the Dark Side of the Force. 

    • In Episode I, Anakin is seemingly freed from slavery, but in actuality, he gives up his moral agency to the Jedi Order. This is reflected by Darth Maul, who is wholly subservient to his master.
    • 10 years later, Anakin begins to reject the Jedi Code. He gives into passion and power over honour and order. This is reflected by the fallen Jedi, Count Dooku.
    • Finally, in Episode III, Anakin loses his humanity, slaughtering hundreds, even within his own order. This is reflected by the ruthless cyborg, General Grievous.

    When you consider each enemy on their own, it seems entirely plausible that this is the case -- especially when you consider the way George Lucas likes to balance his writing when it comes to Star Wars.

  • Why Darth Vader Reacted The Way He Did At Obi-wan Disappearing Into A Robe on Random Darth Vader Fan Theories That Actually Make A Lot Of Sense

    (#1) Why Darth Vader Reacted The Way He Did At Obi-wan Disappearing Into A Robe

    Source: Redditor u/mybustersword

    Details: In one of the most important scenes from the original Star Wars, Vader kills Obi-Wan by slicing through him with his lightsaber. When the old Jedi dies, he vanishes, leaving behind his robe and lightsaber, which pushes Vader to feel around with the clothes using his boot.

    It's a curious thing for the Sith Lord to do, and the audience had to wonder why he was so shocked that killing a Jedi resulted in such a transformation.

    He must have been aware of the possibility of becoming one with the Force, but he had always considered it a myth. This is the first time Anakin has ever seen such a thing happen, and it confused and surprised him. It goes back to what Palpatine told him before he embraced the Dark Side, where he told him that eternal life was possible through the Force. This turns out to be a significant turning point for Vader, and from this point forward, his actions were driven from this moment, which ultimately led him back to the Light Side of the Force.

     

  • The Darth Of Monte Vader - Anakin Plotted His Revenge From The Beginning on Random Darth Vader Fan Theories That Actually Make A Lot Of Sense

    (#15) The Darth Of Monte Vader - Anakin Plotted His Revenge From The Beginning

    Source: Redditor u/ScottTheAmazing

    Details: Anakin's journey through the Light Side of the Force to the Dark was tumultuous, to say the least. When he was put back together and reformed as Darth Vader, he may have been plotting his revenge from that very moment.

    This theory suggests that upon learning of Padme's death, he immediately began plotting to take out the Emperor, whom he blamed for Padme's death despite appearing to do otherwise. 

    His plan was to take from the Emperor that which he held so dear: his legacy. Padme was all Anakin cared for, so he knew that the only way to get back at his new Master was to do the same to him. 

    All of his plans, actions, and schemes he carried out over the subsequent 17 years were made in the attempt to fulfill his goal of destroying the Emperor. This means he was just putting up an act when he slaughtered the Jedi -- it was all part of the plan. The theory is long and complex, so your best bet is to check out all the details on Reddit.

  • Darth Vader Stopped The Stormtroopers From Shooting C-3P0, Not Chewbacca on Random Darth Vader Fan Theories That Actually Make A Lot Of Sense

    (#4) Darth Vader Stopped The Stormtroopers From Shooting C-3P0, Not Chewbacca

    Source: Redditor u/mybustersword

    Details: In The Empire Strikes Back, right before Han is going to be frozen in Carbonite, Chewbacca goes comepletely ape, and throws off three Stormtroopers, so he could aim his weapon at Darth Vader. Just before he can make the shot, Vader lowers a nearby Trooper's arm to keep him from shooting Chewie -- at least, that's what it looks like.

    This theory says that he wasn't stopping the Stormtrooper from shooting Chewie so much as he was making sure C-3PO wouldn't be hit accidentally. At the time, Chewie was carrying a dismantled, but still active C-3PO on his back, and the memory of building the robot during his childhood caused Vader to protect him.

    It's an interesting theory, and certainly a plausible one, as Vader showed no interest in saving the lives of anyone who opposed him. He froze Han to test the Carbonite freezing process, and he had no connection to the Wookie. There really wasn't any reason to stay the Stormtrooper's hand other than to save 3PO from certain destruction. 

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