Skywalker's Planet in Star Wars: The Force Awakens Revealed

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Thanks to the WGA script that was released to writers for awards nominations and the junior novelization of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we now have confirmation of major plot points involving Luke Skywalker, and that cliffhanger (almost literally) of an ending.

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WizzroSupreme1138d ago

Interesting. And I bet that the First Jedi Temple is only among many temples the new expanded universe could uncover.

Pogmathoin1136d ago

Its Earth, Skellig Island, off the coast of Ireland..... Kinda ruined the end for me, knowing that place was not in a galaxy far far away.......

Soldierone1136d ago

This kind of rips a big hole into the story. If it is the location of the first temple, wouldn't more people know about it? Wouldn't more people be looking for it? Especially since Luke has vanished?

I don't understand why the first temple was just wiped from existence with no relevance to anyone?

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pompombrum1136d ago

So I guess Tython was EU then?

StarWarsFan1136d ago (Edited 1136d ago )

I've let "The Force Awakens" sink in a bit since watching it, and I'm starting to think it's going to become somewhat forgettable in the long-run. There were some great character additions and Harrison Ford delivered a major portion of excitement when watching the movie (ie. being excited to see old faces again), but after comparing it to the old movies (all 6 of them), The Force Awakens feels like it was lacking in imagination. The designs relied so heavily on the original trilogy. I mean, they made a bigger Death Star, and X-Wing fighters and the Millennium Falcon all returned and were once again the stars. Say what you will about the prequel trilogy, it offered new creations and visual landscapes. In the time that's passed in the galaxy since the events of the original trilogy, you would think more would have changed. I think the movie is still fun to watch and I enjoyed it, but I do hope the next one tries to take some more risks and go down newer roads.