It's what we all want, and by now, we know most of the arguments for why it should be.
- Rakata Prime is canon
- Malachor is canon
- Revan was nearly included in The Clone Wars tv show
- Revan has a Black figurine, which apparently Black figures are typically only canon characters
- As of Star Wars Rebels last night, The Mandalorian Wars are canon
What else is there to come? Any other evidence that people have found?
DESCRIPTION: This will change the Legal Screens that are shown when you start up the game. Just a way to mix it up a little.
INSTALLATION: - K1 -- Choose the variant from the folder you like, copy/paste Legal.bik into Movies
- K2 -- Choose the variant from the folder you like, copy/paste Legal.tga into Override
UNINSTALLATION: - K1 -- There is a backup folder with the original legal.bik (.mov if you're using mac) - K2 -- Delete the file from override
COMPATIBILITY: - Due to the way I structured this mod, this should work with Concept Loading Screens and any loading screens added by TSLRCM or any expansion mods.
CREDITS: - Bioware - Obsidian - GIMP - Fred Tetra + KOTOR Tool - HK-47 from John Gallagher - Mandalorian Wars from Darren Tan - Atris vs. Sion - Concept Art Gallery at GameBanshee http://www.gamebansh.../conceptart.php - Atris vs. Nihilus - Concept Art Gallery at GameBanshee http://www.gamebansh.../conceptart.php - Peragus II by Trench - Darth Sion Concept Art by Brian Menze - Darth Revan - Corbin Hunter http://corbinhunter.deviantart.com/ - Darth Revan and Malak - Chris Trevas in Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force - Darth Revan and Malak Sith Ship - Bioware, Republic promotional material - Revan, Bastila, Star Forge collage - Bastila by Corbin Hunter, Revan mask from Sith Foundry, Star Forge by Travis Wright - Ebon Hawk: Veltzu - Render from Foundation 3D http://www.foundatio...ead.php?t=12923
So, I joined a Facebook Group for Star Wars fans which mostly posts pretty funny Star Wars memes, shows off lightsabers and we discuss ridiculous unsubstantiated theories like Snoke is Krennic, Snoke is Mace Windu, etc..
But discussion started around this particular image that was posted:
Nothing particularly wrong about that.
However, the point came up that there is a case to be made that film titles could possibly refer to multiple things in the movie. Almost like a... GASP a THEME
The Phantom Menace can refer to the Sith, who are quite literally a threat that lurk in the shadows, waiting to strike.
But also, a point could be made that Anakin Skywalker is the Phantom Menace - a threat that is sensed but unseen, and an important point in his story is that he turns into Darth Vader, who is quite literally a menace.
Return of the Jedi, makes sense as a reference to Darth Vader, who in his act to save his son, returns back to the light side, thus denoting the Return of the Jedi (Anakin being the titular Jedi).
Of course, the more common interpretation is that Luke, who has finished his training, has marked the Return of the Jedi.
Valid points, but people are starting get idiotic on FB (I know, what a surprise), so I thought I'd take the conversation here.
How do you interpret the Star Wars film titles? What symbolism, good or bad, have you found in the films?
Try to back it up with evidence with quotes from the film or comparisons to other media.