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Star Wars Episode VIII: The Force Imbalanced

By Zer0

Fantasy / Scifi

A Long Time Ago...

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....

STAR WARS

Episode VIII

The Force Imbalanced

It is a period of all out war. The republic and resistance are battling the first order. This is the future Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Leia Organa fought so hard for. Luke did as the prophecy said he would, he brought balance to the force.

Luke now understands things that no other Jedi before him understood. He knows that to bring balance to the force means to bring perpetual warring between the dark and light side to the galaxy. This is not what he ever wanted to fight for, this is not what any Jedi fought for. This is the result of misinterpretation. This is what happens when a frog man that talks in reverse handles the translation of old prophecies.

This realization has been shared with Rey, Luke's apprentice, and she now knows what she must do. Imbalance must be brought to the force. The Jedi must outnumber the Sith and it must be accomplished through diplomacy.  The dark side has had the right idea all along, conversion. The task ahead of Rey is no easy one. She must convert Kylo Ren and Snoke to the light side bringing great imbalance toward the light side of the force in the process. Imbalance that will last, imbalance that will live on in the hearts of everyone, imbalance that will bring about peace.

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