Rey and Kylo's duel on Starkiller Base
The Force Doth Awaken
The snow fight with Rey and Kylo from Act V, Scene II of William Shakespeare’s the Force Doth Awaken by Ian Doescher.
The two men dodge and parry by their light,
One inexperienc’d, the other train’d.
With savagery and brawn unfolds the fight,
Till Finn by Kylo Ren is sorely pain’d.
He falls and the lightsaber flies aside,
Rey wakes nearby—clear thoughts her pain doth smother.
Shall Luke’s lightsaber Ren withal abide,
Or shall the Force awaken for another?
[Exit Chorus. Kylo Ren reaches for the lightsaber, preparing to use the Force to draw it to him.
Now come, lightsaber, to the hand of Ren.
Fulfill in me thy perfect destiny:
To be constructed by Darth Vader, then
To fall into the young Skywalker’s hands,
And, at the last, be reunited to
The dark by this next generation, yea,
E’en I, call’d Kylo Ren, the grandson and
The heir unto Darth Vader’s legacy.
I feel thy pow’r: now come, for thou art bid.
[The lightsaber flies toward Kylo Ren but continues past him, landing in Rey’s hands.
O, hope fulfill’d! O, unexpected Force!
Come, Kylo Ren, and feel the light of Rey.
[Rey and Kylo Ren freeze as they prepare to fight.