Firstly Star had to unleash her dark side. After causing some damage, she has to learn to accept it and to work on it. She finally understands that the real magic has been within her all along and thus she just has to *dip down* into her essence to make it bloom and with that accomplishment, she finally could gather all the her broken pieces and restore her full Light. BUT this reborn light is not like the previous one from before the wand breaking, its a new light, a matured light.
Star is a fighter and this 14 yo character is such an inspiration even for my 22 yo self like this girl is so important, such an amazing role model for kids especially girls because she’s so strong yet so humble yet so sure of herself yet so innocent yet so witty yet so goofy man she’s a Rebel Princess™.
Star Wars fans in the 70s-90s:
Think of Luke every time Star Wars is mentioned, he is the star. Go years without much merch. See crappy bendable figures set in the store in the mid 90s, buy it because it's the only Star Wars toy merch-- BUY IT IN DROVES. Watch the crappy special edition re-release in theaters and shed a tear because they're finally seeing it on the big screen.
Expand the universe and popular cast of characters. Some new Luke adventures!
Expand the universe and popular cast of characters. Lots of Luke adventures!
Expand the universe and popular cast of characters. Causes some plotholes, some people hate it to death. No Luke, except tiny baby Luke. For some reason Luke's dad shares a ton of parallels with his life. Odd.
Clone Wars movie and animated series:
Two cartoon series' get popular, expand the universe and popular cast of characters, still no Luke.
Disney buys Lucasfilm and changes the canon books:
A few new Luke adventures, but all the old ones are no longer canon. RIP Luke's entire family that we grew up with I guess?
Rebels animated series comes out:
Finally we're in the right era for Luke in these cartoons, but still no Luke, he's not old enough to go on adventures yet. 3 popular animated series and we still don't have one about Luke. The original star of the franchise. Who's actor has been in voice acting for cartoons for decades... We get to see a tiny ant sized silhouette of child Luke running home for dinner in the distance.
The Force Awakens:
A girl who seems to be living a parallel life to Luke. But we only see Luke at the very end. Luke stares into the camera for a minute. Roll credits.
For some reason, a Star Wars movie without any Jedi about stealing some plans to the death star, full of new characters we barely get to know is one of the most beloved Star Wars films and breaks lots of records. Causes some more plot holes, but no one cares. We see CGI Leia, still no Luke.
The Last Jedi isn't out yet but rumors go around:
Luke is in it a lot, hurray! He might also die, or not have any family, he might also be some sad hermit who hides out on an island instead of helping his friends. No one is sure what to believe.
Luke fans of all ages:
loose their minds in anticipation. They won't release the teaser trailer, we're slowly dying.
Jerks in the fandom:
"Luke is the worst character. There are like 500 other characters we like better why do you people like Luke!"
"You want Rey to be Luke's daughter? Haha that's dumb, I sure as hell hope she's not a stupid SKYWALKER!"
"Why are you kicking us when we're down? We haven't seen Luke walk and talk on screen since 1983 PLEASE LET US HAVE THIS ONE MOVIE?"
perhaps some of their story might be told like so, explained like this: the ways in which namjoon is so much of How yoongi wants to feel (in love with the universe, forgiving of it…still open, still Possible) and the equal ways in which yoongi is so much of What namjoon wants to become (greatness despite the nightmares and never discarding the daydreams) neither quite reconciling that these things are mirror images – glass reasons which are also true reasons for fitting together so particularly; the sky and his moon…excruciatingly close.