Flashback of a Clone.

Just like any other Star Wars movie, The Rise of the Skywalker has created a massive buzz and has minted over 1 billion dollars in the box office.

Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker portrayed Palpatine as a clone, a feat that was achieved successfully by the Star Wars legends earlier. The plot has been laid regarding the fact that Emperor Palpatine was Alive in the Rise of Skywalker, as of a technique embedded in Star Wars Legends “The Dark Empire Series”. The plan rooted was the use of Clone. The concept is not fresh, as it first happened in Star Wars: Dark Empire. Despite this, the Emperor Palpatine in the Rise of Skywalker doesn’t clear about his survival as it becomes explicit in the Star Wars: Episode Six – Return Of The Jedi. Another confirmation is that Palpatine was in an Artificial Clone Body from the film’s derivative.

Palpatine plans to rule the Galaxy

The intentions are loud and clear from Palpatine.

Fast forward six years after the Return of the Jedi, Star Wars: Dark Empire, the Sovereign antiquities are revolving around a brand new emperor. Now a seasoned Jedi, Luke Skywalker seeks to look out who’s accountable. This season of Comic delivery is not so unprecedented from the Rise Of Skywalker Counterpart. The Palpatine in both seasons delivers the same vision in the mind of him, which is to destroy. In this Comic, Palpatine has invented a Formation Of Ships recognized as the Entire World Devastators, which are capable Of crushing full planets in one fell Plunge.

Was the Idea a Copied One?

The audiences have received the character of Palpatine in a mixed manner, some calling it a shrewd business move while some didn’t like the plot.

Adopting an idea from any past flick usually gets the backing of the fans because the film-makers are reverberating the brilliance of the past, albeit in their manner. The Rise of Skywalker’s authentic think-tank possibly thought this was the ideal path to travel. Going forward with the baffling idea of the Emperor Palpatine being a clone has raised quite a few eyebrows. The concept is not genuine, as the odds being present in both Star Wars: Dark Empire and The Rise of Skywalker, which can not be neglected.

 

Sources: Wikipedia, StarWars.com

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