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Heartbreaking Star Wars realization of the day

Maybe is just me, but did anyone noticed that, in the birth scene at the end of ROTS, Luke stays quiet after his birth, yet the moment Padmé dies he starts crying in Obi-Wan’s arms?

Maybe is just a coincidence, but could it be that baby Luke may had felt unconsciously his mother’s death in the Force and thus started crying? And perhaps baby Leia joined shortly after?

The thought of it just breaks my heart into pieces. Specially when you know he’ll never have any memories/Force visions of his mom like Leia does.

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AHHH THANK YOU for this (and also to xdestroyingxwonderlandx, dear-god-if-i-know and the anons who asked!) :D :D 

1. The first character I first fell in love with: Anakin Skywalker (SURPRISE!) … I pretty much fell in love with him when I first watched ROTS and it only intensified as he became Darth Vader. He’s literally all my favourite tropes I ever wanted to see in fiction multiplied by ten thousand, and a complex anti-hero/villain who ACTUALLY does villainous things, and actually goes through the redemption that is usually just teased at in these story arcs, and yet it’s completely in-character with his motivations and flaws and strengths and just. ;_; I think I also just have a thing for tragic characters who are also melodramatic dorks basically bring it on themselves through their poor life choices haha.
2. The character I never expected to love as much as I do now: Luke Skywalker! At first I sort of overlooked him as a typical traditional/shounen hero, but with each movie he really grew on me - his quiet strength, his character growth, his compassion, how he’s both uncertain yet wise beyond his years, and now he’s really a big part of the heart of Star Wars to me, and a character I deeply admire & aspire to be more like :’)
3. The character everyone else loves that I don’t: I don’t actually dislike him, and actually find him pretty cool, but Han doesn’t really appeal to me as much as he does to most people. 
4. The character I love that everyone else hates: Anakin Skywalker hahaha. Although he seems to be more popular here on tumblr, it’s pretty much impossible to mention him IRL or… anywhere else on the internet without coming across intense hate and rage. 0_o Oh well, h8ers gonna hate etc. For an even more unpopular opinion, I think Hayden Christensen was excellent as Anakin and I found his portrayal to be nuanced and spot-on. Yay!
5. The character I used to love but don’t any longer: Yoda, I guess? I never strongly liked or disliked him, but I’m generally a bit disenchanted with the Jedi Council. 
6. The character I would totally smooch: Either Anakin or Padme, I’m not picky. :D
7. The character I’d want to be like: I really wish I had Leia’s nerve and quick-thinking confidence (but I’m pretty much the exact opposite in personality sigh ;_;)
8. The character I’d slap: ANAKIN because… yeah. I love you bro, but seriously. Also Palpatine, for being a shit-stirring troll on galactic levels.
9. A pairing that I love: Anakin/Padme *punches through ribcage and sets heart on fire repeatedly hahahHAHAha*
10. A pairing that I despise: Any pairings I don’t ship I’m just indifferent to so… I guess I really don’t get Anakin/Ahsoka romantically?

I’M SO SORRY FOR THE RAMBLING ANSWERS and thank you for your patience <3 ;_;

I have had people ask me a few times that if Rey is truly Luke’s alleged child, why didn’t they just disclose it in the movie?

I think the answer should be obvious. For one reason, take any point of the film. Where exactly could they have mentioned that Rey was a Skywalker without making Kylo Ren being the son of Han and Leia seem minuscule? Lest mention, two HUGE reveals in TFA would have been so hard to cover. Sure, the end could have given it away, but even then, they DID reveal it without any dialogue (in my opinion; it’s not my fault that some people like the cough, R*eylos can’t figure it out). Then of course there is marketing. It makes the next film more intriguing. People are going to see Episode VIII for that reason alone. But as I’ve mused about it, especially with the teaser released for Rogue One, I think it makes sense that they did not outright tell us if Rey is Luke’s daughter.

In my opinion, it ruins the surprise for Rogue One. Instead of people looking at Jyn as her own person or character, people would sum her up as “Luke Skywalker’s wife” at best. Imagine us getting to know Jyn onscreen and loving her character just like we do Rey. Then in Episode VIII, when we finally know that Rey is Luke’s daughter, imagine them telling us that she is this other badass character’s child as well?

It does blow that we might only get some comics about Jyn and Luke if we’re lucky, but I am so excited. I don’t know how people don’t like Rey Skywalker or SkyRogue. This series has been ruining my life for twenty one years and IT’S STILL HAPPENING.