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Geralt often makes reference to a personal code for his profession, built around not killing intelligent creatures for money: 'I kill monsters for money. Beasts which endanger people. Horrors conjured up by spells and sorceries cast by the likes of you. Not people.' ... your devil is a sylvan. An exceptionally rare but intelligent creature. I won't ...


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Kylo didn't know who Rey's parents were until Palpatine told him at the beginning The Rise of Skywalker. Before then he was going by what he'd found out from looking in her mind from what she remembers. Kylo Ren: You remember more than you say. I’ve been in your head. The Rise of Skywalker From that he did a pretty good job and he filled in the ...


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TLDR, it's all about Vader's character arc. Talk about having a busy movie! He has learnt that he has a son, faced him in mortal combat and in a moment of madness, betrayed the Emperor only for Luke to emphatically reject him. Finally Luke has acknowledged him as father, confirming the bond between them. By the time the Falcon escapes the dynamic has ...


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It wasn't Piett's fault that R2 repaired the hyperdrive. Vader asked him if his men "deactivated the hyperdrive", in that sense he did exactly as he was asked to do. Now, if Vader asked Piett to have his men "destroy the hyperdrive" and they instead disabled it, then perhaps he would have a reason to kill him but in this case all they did was temporarily ...


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This is addressed in the film's original junior novelisation. Vader doesn't kill mindlessly and he doesn't kill flunkies who've done nothing wrong. Maintaining his slow stride, Vader glanced to his right and barely noticed Admiral Piett. The Sith Lord could practically taste the Imperial officer’s fear, but as angry as he was at losing Luke, he knew that ...


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Passages from the novel aren't canon anymore. So based on what we see in the movie only, he went away because troops were arriving, he no longer had his lightsaber and the impact of the fall was too great. Sidious was an excellent strategist and had all advantages despite being a coward. Had him not led them upwards and was near Yoda all along he would have ...


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It was probably not Piett's fault, and Vader recognized that. Vader had been in personal command of the imperial forces on Bespin, while Piett remained aboard the Executor, out in orbit. There is no reason to think that the order to sabotage the Millennium Falcon had to have been relayed through the admiral; Vader could just have told some of the imperial ...


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