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Probably We now have two instances of Sheev Palpatine shooting Force lightning and having it blocked with a lightsaber. The first instance was Revenge of the Sith, where Mace Windu used his lightsaber to block the force lightning. Palpatine appears to be distressed (and the lightning seems to ricochet back at him, disfiguring him) the more the struggle goes ...


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Star Wars: Tales was a DarkHorse produced comic series of mini stories in packet format. Four or five stories per book. There were several stories which did not incorporate Force Sensitives because the principal cast Luke/Han/Leia weren't always the main character.


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Misconception Midi-chlorian are not The Force nor they create it. They are just "indicators" of the innate potentials. They do not determinate the upper cap you can reach, since training in the Force makes you stronger; as noted in Star Wars official site: So, despite blood-tests that show your aptitude, learning the Force is still like Yoga, or boxing....


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The tie-in prequel novel for the single-player campaign Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad, is based on the actions of the eponymous Imperial special forces unit, none of whose members are Force sensitive.


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Two of the recent standalone Star Wars films; Solo: A Star Wars Story and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story have minimal references to the Force. Obviously these are Star Wars films so there's not no mention (Darth Maul makes a cameo in Solo and Chirrut Imwe appears to be a Force user of sorts in Rogue One) but neither film centers on The Force as a topic, nor ...


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There were quite a few in the Legends continuity. Some of the earliest novels, the Han Solo Adventures from the late 1970s, focus on the titular scoundrel and don't feature Force-sensitive characters at all or only very little. Likewise, the Lando Calrissian Adventures published a few years afterward focused on Lando's escapades and not on any Jedi or Sith ...


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Since the Force is such an integral concept in the Star Wars universe, one would be hard pressed to find no mention of the Force in any Star Wars material. Perhaps the closest one can come to Force-free content is in Thrawn (2017), the first novel in a new Thrawn series by author Timothy Zahn. **** POTENTIAL SPOILERS **** Grand Admiral Thrawn, a high ...


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Bail Organa knew about Luke in Revenge of the Sith; after all, he was there when Luke and Leia were born. Since he knew Obi-wan was going to Tatooine, it's entirely reasonable to assume he was also told Obi-wan's plan to have Luke's uncle and aunt take care of him while Kenobi watched and protected them from a distance. Thing is, Owen and Beru lived on the ...


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I see little coincidence and a lot of consequential events. 1. Leia (with R2D2 and C3PO) is headed to Tatooine to have Obi-Wan join her. 2. When her ship is intercepted she inserts the Death Star schematics in R2D2 and programs it to use the escape pod so it would not randomly land on Tatooine thousands of kilometers in the desert. The escape pod is ...


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It's safe to say it doesn't, the fact that a non force user can activate a lightsaber means no need of the force to build one. Ezra built one and he was only a recent padawan who'd yet develop the essential skills. Presumably the force is used to precisely augment the crystal, a circumstance a Sith don't need given they use synthetic ones. Energy weapons ...


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