r/StarWars Oct 01 '22

Who is the new inquisitor? General Discussion

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u/Hellfireconski Oct 01 '22

It's highly unlikely we will ever see starkiller in canon , this inquisitor is most likely the 6th brother

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u/O7Knight7O Oct 01 '22

As much as I love Starkiller, he was from the get go a video game power fantasy (which was what made that game so fun). There's really no place in cannon where he fits unless it's a super-toned-down version of him.

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u/FlameShadow0 Oct 01 '22

Even if it’s a super toned down version, they can’t use his story because he no longer started the rebellion or was Vader’s only apprentice. They can’t even really use his name either cuz they did that with the sequels. So any “version” of him, wouldn’t really be him at all.

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u/N7Panda Oct 01 '22

I feel like the best we’ll get is Sam Witwer voicing/playing an as-yet unnamed inquisitor somewhere down the line.

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u/RockRage-- Clone Trooper Oct 01 '22

He voiced Maul. We got him there

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u/N7Panda Oct 01 '22

The only reason I want a sequel to Solo is to get to see more of Ray Park and Sam Witwer combining for more Maul.

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u/theproperoutset Oct 02 '22

Sorry to break it to you but Ray Park killed his chances with Disney or any major studio. There was even a rumoured Maul series which was cancelled.

He posted a video in Instagram of his wife servicing another man, allegedly it was Daniel Logan the guy who played kid Boba in the prequels. He was also accused of abusing his wife and daughter.

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u/N7Panda Oct 02 '22

That’s upsetting if it’s true. Most of what I’m seeing when i search is his wife saying that the text screenshots are fake and that he didn’t do anything wrong. I only found one or two sites saying otherwise. But frankly, none of the sites I’m seeing stories about this on seem very trustworthy (screengeek.net, heavy.com, moms.com and Reddit lol) maybe my Google fu is failing me?

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u/theproperoutset Oct 02 '22

That's because he's not that famous so mainstream media didn't cover it.

I did actually see the video when the story first broke, and it was his wife.

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u/SunDevilElite42 Oct 02 '22

Lol I saw the video, it was not Logan, it 100% was Ray Park. Why he posted a video of his wife I’ll never know

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u/theproperoutset Oct 02 '22

I said allegedly. I didn't say it was. Also seems strange you know what Ray Park's dick looks like.

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

It’s double-headed.

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u/Niveama Oct 02 '22

When was that? Because he did the Mo-cap for Maul Vs Ahsoka in CW S7 which was fairly recent.

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u/theproperoutset Oct 02 '22

July 2020. CW season 7 came out Feb 2020 and was filmed well before that.

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u/Niveama Oct 02 '22

I hadn't heard about this story but yeah it's not the kind of thing Disney overlooks.

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u/Jausti018 Oct 01 '22

Maybe Sam will voice the 6th brother

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u/Sheyvan Oct 01 '22

Thank you! Summed up really well.

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u/KaimeiJay Oct 02 '22

Galen Marek is still a name they can use.

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u/FlameShadow0 Oct 02 '22

It’s still like I said though. He would only be him in name, and that’s lame. Bring him back in full glory, and since they can’t do that, it’s pointless.

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u/-TheFarce- r/StarWarsMod Oct 01 '22

They already decided against making Starkiller an Inquisitor in Rebels.

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u/granum_stacks Oct 02 '22

Even if it’s not starkiller, I’d love to see a Vader show that explores his time as a Sith Lord learning from palpatine as a main character instead of a cameo, including Vader attempting to have sith apprentices and them being killed brutally by palpatine.

They could set it in any time frame in the 20 year order 66-ANH gap, excluding the timelines around rogue one, rebels, and kenobi and if andor crosses with Vader and palpatines activities of course

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u/Qubert64 Oct 01 '22

We already see that he is canon, he just doesnt appear. We see his armor in the background in Andor episode 4.

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u/Hellfireconski Oct 01 '22

The armour In andor is most likely a subtle nod at him however canonically the armour is just ancient sith stalker armour it's not unique to starkiller

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u/latearrival42 Oct 01 '22

He is not canon

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u/idrownedmyfish77 Mandalorian Oct 01 '22

As others have pointed out, just because the sith stalker helmet showed up, doesn’t mean Starkiller is canon. Per the legends continuity, Starkiller never even wore that outfit, the only times he did was part of the “what if?” DLC missions where he killed Darth Vader and took his place during the events of the OT.

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u/WinkumDiceMD Oct 01 '22

That wasn’t his armor and you’re blind if you thought so. It was his helmet with a bunch of stupid spikes glued on the top. The rest of the armor was random bullshit. This armor was also specifically from the non canon ending of the game.

HE NEVER EVEN WORE IT.

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u/TheChubbyKoala Jedi Oct 01 '22

It’s almost certainly the Sixth Brother just in a new outfit. The Tales of the Jedi episode with him will likely be depicting part of the Ahsoka novel.

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u/wastedmytwenties Oct 01 '22

The mask looks to be one of the unused concept art designs for Kylo Ren.

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u/Liranedri Anakin Skywalker Oct 01 '22

I thought the novel wasn't canon anymore after clone wars season 7?

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u/TheChubbyKoala Jedi Oct 01 '22

Nope, still canon. There were just a couple of flashback scenes that didn’t line up exactly, but the novel is still canon. Even if Tales of the Jedi retcons more of the novel, the rest of it will remain canon since so far Lucasfilm hasn’t just declared any single work non-canon.

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u/hijackedflavors Obi-Wan Kenobi Oct 01 '22

Sorry you got down voted so much. You were simply asking a question.

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u/pro_at_failing_life Oct 02 '22

This has been happening a lot on Reddit recently I don’t know what’s wrong with people.

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u/Liranedri Anakin Skywalker Oct 02 '22

It's cool just classic reddit moment

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u/Ryio5 Oct 02 '22

As far as I know just the flashback accounts of the Siege of Mandalore were retconned by TCW.

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u/bobo2500 Oct 01 '22

The one ahsoka will kill and then claim/purify their kyber crystals.

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u/FlameShadow0 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

I honestly do not want them to bring back starkiller because he would be starkiller only in name. They can’t even really name him Starkiller because they used that name already. His whole story is that he is Vaders one and only apprentice and that he goes and starts the rebellion. Oh and that’s he’s crazy powerful with the force for some reason. Well, he can’t really do any of those things anymore so there’s really no point.

Any “version” of Starkiller they make, won’t really be him at all

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u/prince-azor-ahai Admiral Ackbar Oct 02 '22

They used Starkiller's name but that was in the sequels. It could easily have been a tribute or homage to the original guy.

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u/FlameShadow0 Oct 02 '22

It would be a really random for the First Order to name their base/weapon after some inquisitor, but Star Wars has done random things before

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u/CookieLover_124 Oct 02 '22

I’m guessing Canon Starkiller’s story could go from him being an inquisitor to Vader’s personal apprentice.

Maybe after that happens the First Order is able to discover Starkiller’s story and since they want their recently made super weapon to have a name that reflects the empire power kinda like it’s predecesor, which better name than the name of the apprentice of the face of the empire

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u/breadiest Oct 02 '22

Idk the name of the face of the empire.

Like just call it Vader base

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u/matthew_the_cashew Ahsoka Tano Oct 01 '22

it's the sixth brother, he isn't necessarily new. He was featured in the Ahsoka novel, which is what this scene is depicting, and in the Vader comics

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u/fourtetwo Grand Admiral Thrawn Oct 01 '22

reaper overwatch

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u/Byrdsthawrd Oct 01 '22

DIE DIE DIEEEEE

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u/okaydarling Oct 02 '22

Inquisitor Reyes

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u/Hellothere64420 Oct 01 '22

First thought

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u/Echo13D Oct 02 '22

nah thats scp-049

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u/themasterkang Oct 01 '22

Star killer fans are so incredibly hopeful about something that will absolutely never happen and I respect it.

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u/psycodull Oct 01 '22

Thats Raven

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u/Taco_In_Space Oct 01 '22

That’s SO raven

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u/psycodull Oct 02 '22

Lol i was going for a spin on Revan but i think im content with this

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u/FyrebreakZero Oct 02 '22

Yep. This was the comment string I was looking for.

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u/Wormholio Oct 01 '22

Simone, or Teen Titans?

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u/evana6413 Oct 01 '22

I looked at this picture and thought it was live action

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u/Gamesdean23 Oct 01 '22

Ha your funny! That’s definitely not star killer.

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u/darthnick426 Oct 01 '22

Reaper from Overwatch.

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u/VrilDoxXIII Oct 01 '22

He looks like a Kaleesh, though as many have pointed out it's probably the 6th brother.

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u/dylanisbored Oct 02 '22

Is the second pic from a new trailer?

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u/SnievelyRivety Oct 02 '22

Wondered this too. Where is this all from?

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u/Artistic_Word_9375 Oct 02 '22

We really need to let Starkiller go. This is getting ridiculous.

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u/KimJungFun99 Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

It’s prolly the inquisitor that Ahsoka gets her kyber from.

Edit: also what lightsabers are attached to Sith Stalker Starkiller: the ones I can make out are Vader, Kota, Galen Marek, and maybe Maul?

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u/LoneBassClarinet Grand Admiral Thrawn Oct 02 '22

The lightsabers that he has on his belt are: his new three-pronged sith one, his original one, Rahm Kota's saber, half of Darth Maul's dualsaber, Vader's saber, and the emitter end of Kazdan Paratus' saberstaff. In other words, the sabers of his most difficult opponents that he has faced and beaten.

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u/luciphaer Oct 01 '22

I believe we just saw Starkiller's armour in the background in Andor (haven't seen the episode yet but saw a Reddit post.)

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u/WinkumDiceMD Oct 01 '22

It was his helmet with spikes glued on it. The rest of the armor wasn’t his. That helmet is also from the non canon ending of the game. So he never even wore the suit.

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u/Loud-Taste6394 Oct 01 '22

I don’t really see your point in posting this, for all intents and purposes that’s the “iconic” look of dark side starkiller, and just generally many fans’ preferred armor of his. The armor was clearly a nod to him as well, even if it wasn’t the exact same

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u/Slowmobius_Time Oct 12 '22

I don't really see the point of you getting annoyed, it was a non canonical armour only used on DLCs because it was after the game (which in and of itself is not canonical) and basically only saw action on a new game on plus or the DLC where you kill everyone from the OT, it is in no way "the iconic" look when it is simply one of two possible armour choices they give you at the end of the game

Which don't even matter if you pay the second one because he's not wearing either one and they forget all about it

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u/DizzyAssociation7010 Maul Oct 01 '22

I will watch your career with great interest.

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u/assome112 Oct 01 '22

I could definitely see star killer as a op ancient sith

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u/Ok_Helicopter4276 Oct 02 '22

That’s just Reaper. It’s some Overwatch2 launch cross-promotion.

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u/mbhammock Oct 02 '22

I’ll do you one better, WHERE is the new Inquisitor?

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u/KazaamFan Oct 02 '22

Someone far more badass than Reva

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u/Slowmobius_Time Oct 12 '22

C'mon dude is that even slightly hard?

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u/Sheyvan Oct 01 '22

No. It's not fucking Starkiller. Starkiller will not become canon. God, do we still have to hear this? What's the fascination with a guy called "Starkiller" that was a nonsensically OP Character from a mediocre Star Wars Hack N Slay?

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u/A_Hideous_Beast Oct 01 '22

They will cry to their moms about Rey being a perfect Mary Sue, but are fine with kid-starkiller just force pulling Vaders saber. Eventually founding the Rebellion, and almost killing both Vader and Palps.

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u/Ntippit Oct 01 '22

Take a breath sweetheart

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u/SilverandCold1x Oct 01 '22

Nah, I get it. Believe me, I love Starkiller and I love Sam Witwer. But we gotta give this up already and face it. He’s not coming back into canon. He’s way too OP, and would be boring/a disservice if he were nerfed for a show.

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u/Goose_Dickling Oct 01 '22

I mean you can have Starkiller in Star Wars TV/Film media without his history being the same between those and the games. Vader was waaay more OP in books and comics than we ever saw in Films/TV.

I’m not saying they SHOULD do that. I’m just saying they could.

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u/SilverandCold1x Oct 03 '22

Well yeah, because it makes sense for Vader to be OP. He was the evil persona of the force-chosen champion of the galaxy.

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u/Goose_Dickling Oct 03 '22

Huh? I was just saying there was difference in Vaders power levels from book/comics to film/TV. That has nothing to do with whether or not it makes sense for Vader to be OP. It’s just a comparison between another, similarly OP character in a different medium.

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u/SilverandCold1x Oct 03 '22

Oh god, did you really use the term “power level” in here? My guy, this isn’t Dragonball Z. lol

Anyway, yeah, I’m sorry. I thought you were going the other way with that when I first read it. That’s all on me.

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u/FlameShadow0 Oct 02 '22

Then it’s not really him, is it? Any version of him wouldn’t really be him at all, so it’s pointless

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u/Oswoldo89 Oct 02 '22

You can tell the age of posters based off their love of Starkiller. The Force Unleashed was a perfectly enjoyable but forgettable game, which pales compared to classic Star Wars games of the past. But people who hold it in such high regard obviously have great nostalgia for it, and probably missed out on other better Star Wars games. Stuff like TIE Fighter and the Jedi Knight series.

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u/Vesemir96 Oct 01 '22

Chill homie, no need to bash the character just because some fans won’t let it go.

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u/Sheyvan Oct 01 '22

no need to bash the character

"Bashing a fictional character". What the fuck? Are you now defending the feelings of a fictional character against Cyberbullying?

Starkiller was always a bit of a lore-breaking vader-apprentice-galaxy-deciding, powertrip-fantasy necessity, to give us a SW Hack N' Slay. Yes, they wrote a decent story around that premise, but the premise was always stupid, especially when he got cloned later on and captured Vader?! That's me saying it's a character i am really glad is no longer canon. If you want to call that "bashing", then that's a you problem.

It is just beyond me how many think he is some well written character that needs to be reintroduced. He was an Avatar for people to use cool force powers on cool locations, but that was mostly it.

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u/Vesemir96 Oct 01 '22

I’m not sure why you replied that way dude, that was pretty unnecessary but whatever. All I said was while the fans can be annoying, I don’t see the character or game being at fault for that. No harm meant.

I agree 2’s story wasn’t the best but I think 1 fit into the old canon perfectly well, Rebellion founding aside, but even that could fit.

I agree that people overhype their character, he doesn’t need to come back but I wouldn’t be against it, albeit in a different way such as an Inquisitor whom Vader takes a favouritism too considering he finds most annoying and beneath him.

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u/battleforbadussy Oct 01 '22

the target audience of the games he was in wasnt interested in good writing, but I feel like theres potential with some rewrite, whether his powers are reduced overall or maybe it has like a toxic impact on him like how nihilus became reliant on consuming life. i think the idea of an OP character who inches closer to some catastrophic death whenever he flexes his powers could be really fucking cool for building tension in a story

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u/Sheyvan Oct 01 '22

This Person put it perfectly:

I honestly do not want them to bring back starkiller because he would be starkiller only in name. They can’t even really name him Starkiller because they used that name already. His whole story is that he is Vaders one and only apprentice and that he goes and starts the rebellion. Oh and that’s he’s crazy powerful with the force for some reason. Well, he can’t really do any of those things anymore so there’s really no point.

Any “version” of Starkiller they make, won’t really be him at all

-FlameShadow0

They will definitely introduce more dark side imperials over time. But they will not be called starkiller or found the rebellion. So Starkiller will not be back. There will simply new characters.

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u/Kaidzen554 Oct 03 '22

Calm down, cupcake. It's not that serious.

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u/a_clever_reference_ Oct 01 '22

Starkiller is lame and needs to stay out of canon

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u/69isnotnice Kanan Jarrus Oct 01 '22

Watch out there buddy your comment might unleash the edgelords.

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u/Vesemir96 Oct 01 '22

Kind of a silly assumption man, lots of us love him without being obsessed with him like the ones who want him in every new show/movie.

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u/Ntippit Oct 01 '22

We are edgelords because we like a character and would enjoy seeing them in some form in new canon?

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u/Mjstephens19 Oct 01 '22

Obviously you never played the games silly

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u/YoshiBacon Oct 01 '22

I played them multiple times and I agree with him

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u/a_clever_reference_ Oct 01 '22

I played them both, they were fun, but a character like Starkiller has no place in the current canon, without being seriously toned down

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u/Whis6x Oct 13 '22

Obviously you never had sex in your life

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u/Admirable-Ad-9695 Oct 01 '22

He looks like Darth nihilus for some reason lol

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u/timelordoftheimpala Oct 02 '22

Definitely not Darth Nihilus, but with the way they're drip-feeding KOTOR recanonizations in stuff like Shadow of the Sith, the High Republic, and Andor, they'll probably get around to recanonizing Nihilus eventually.

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u/YoshiBacon Oct 01 '22

Maybe do a google search or watch a YouTube video. We already know exactly who this is and what happens to him.

This “theory” literally makes zero sense at all

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u/Hellothere64420 Oct 01 '22

It’s very possible the newest episode of Andor had a sith stalker outfit that was worn by starkiller in the end of the game

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u/WinkumDiceMD Oct 01 '22

A Sith stalker helmet with crap glued on it*

Worn by Starkiller in the non canon dark side ending that the games head writer even confirmed didn’t happen.*

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u/Skilled-Spartan Oct 01 '22

What’s this from? Andor??????

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u/Sheyvan Oct 01 '22

Indiana Jones /s

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u/Skilled-Spartan Oct 02 '22

Wow cool

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u/mypassword23 Oct 02 '22

Since everyone else is being a dic about it for some reason, it’s from tales of the Jedi trailer, comes out in October I think

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u/Skilled-Spartan Oct 02 '22

Thanks for being a human 👍

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u/EsNightingale Oct 02 '22

no he's lying, it's from pokemon

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u/UltimaLinkTheOnlyOne Oct 01 '22

Would prefer the 2nd

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u/StandardRose22 Oct 01 '22

And yes, I know it’s far fetched, but much like everyone who likes Galen Marak, seeing him on screen is something that sounds amazing.

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u/TRocho10 Grand Admiral Thrawn Oct 01 '22

It's not him. It's like the 4th brother or something. He was in the Ahsoka novel. He is how ahsoka gets her white sabers

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u/Hellfireconski Oct 01 '22

6th brother perhaps

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u/Captain_Strongo Rebel Oct 01 '22

It’s Sixth Brother. Fourth Sister was briefly seen in Kenobi.

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u/Sheyvan Oct 01 '22

seeing him on screen is something that sounds amazing.

Yes,... No. I want to see as little "Starkiller" again as a clone Palpatine (Although that didn't work out). It's lazy and stupid writing for powertrip edgelords. Doesn't mean we can't get another Hack N Slash with a strong forceuser.

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u/MrGatsbyy Oct 02 '22

Is this from Andor? Why no spoiler tag

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u/cghodo Oct 03 '22

It's from the Tales of the Jedi trailer.

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u/bufftbone Oct 01 '22

Where is this from? The 1st picture?

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u/Sharp_Humor3847 Emperor Palpatine Oct 01 '22

The Tales of the Jedi commercial.

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u/Matuatay Oct 01 '22

What is that first capture from?

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u/somethingdistinct Oct 01 '22

TOTJ. October on Disney.

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u/Daver7692 Oct 01 '22

Where is this from?

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u/somethingdistinct Oct 01 '22

Tales of the Jedi.

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

Like all his comrades an useful idiot by self-imposed belief.

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u/redditallo5 Oct 01 '22

I’m pretty sure it’s gonna be the inquisitor Ahsoka defeats to get her white lightsabers we see in Rebels

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u/Jaylzzo Oct 01 '22

The armour from the second pic was hung on the shop wall in the latest ep of Andor.

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u/ShowGun901 Oct 01 '22

I'm not a psychopath, I'm a high functioning psychopath

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u/FellatioWanger3000 Oct 01 '22

This was only SK in the alternate ending. It's just a fun Easter egg. Nothing more.

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u/A_Hideous_Beast Oct 01 '22

Oh god please don't bring back Cringekiller

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u/Which-Guide-6269 Oct 01 '22

Author of Ahsoka says it's not the 6th Brother.

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u/WhiteTrashB Oct 01 '22

I want to know what the hell happened to Bariss

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u/Ben-J-Kirby-Tennyson Clone Trooper Oct 02 '22

So do I, but we don't know yet, so we should be patient and hope.

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u/jedimasterashla Oct 01 '22

The inquisitor looks like the Sith Marauder from Galaxy of Heroes

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u/Mojo12000 Darth Sidious Oct 02 '22

Reaper from Overwatch.

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u/Grand_Clanka Grievous Oct 02 '22

That also reminds me that there was an Easter egg of Star Killer’s armor in the antique shop in episode 4

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u/trioculus_ Oct 02 '22

5th inquisitor. not much shown in canon atm but heavily featured in the soon to be retconned by the tales of the jedi show (which will essentially show the events from the book just a little differently)

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u/Ben-J-Kirby-Tennyson Clone Trooper Oct 02 '22

Sixth. The Fifth is in Rebels and Kenobi.

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u/Current-Boot-5033 Oct 02 '22

Whats this scene from?

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u/mypassword23 Oct 02 '22

Tales of the Jedi new trailer, comes out in October I believe

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u/PenguinJedi Oct 02 '22

We'll just have to wait and see

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u/SuperFanboysTV Oct 02 '22

He looks like that one Overwatch character

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u/heppuplays Oct 02 '22

Altough we'll never get StarKiller in Canon Because he never was canon not even before Disney. But having Sith Stalkers introduced would be cool as hell.

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u/Imperialist_Marauder Oct 02 '22

I think he is just a new Inquisitor, probably a Khaleesh, whom we just have never seen before

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u/DARKxASSASSIN29 Oct 02 '22

Where did you get this image?

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u/mypassword23 Oct 02 '22

New tales of the Jedi trailer

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u/DARKxASSASSIN29 Oct 02 '22

I'll have to check that out. Thanks :)

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u/mypassword23 Oct 02 '22

No problem!

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u/b34r3y Oct 02 '22

Reaper

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u/husky_hugs Oct 02 '22

Did I miss something what the heck is this from this looks frickin awesome

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u/mypassword23 Oct 02 '22

New Tales of the Jedi trailer

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u/chingchongchnk Oct 02 '22

It’s reaper from overwatch common dude

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u/Atraxy_ Oct 02 '22

6th brother

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u/Jberz21 Oct 02 '22

Why does this Inquisitor look 100x more menacing than the rest

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u/The_Supreme-King Oct 02 '22

I'm pretty sure if Star Killer is ever going to get introduced, they are going to make it pretty clear its him, they aren't going to wait for a reveal.

After all, they'd want the absolute hype generated by Star killer being canon again. However he's probably only ever going to be introduced in an animated series, as otherwise it wouldn't be "Starkiller" because Sam wouldn't be voicing him. At that point they'd just create another apprentice of Vader, and basically say he's the Star killer of the canon verse.

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u/_WhiteGuilt Oct 02 '22

I'm pretty sure that dudes from overwatch

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u/Flyingfish222 Galactic Republic Oct 02 '22

Reaper from Overwatch

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u/FruitsPonchiSamurai1 Oct 02 '22

Isn't that the guy from Overwatch?

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u/Dependent-Courage594 Oct 02 '22

6th brother probably

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u/camm44 Oct 02 '22

it's pepepupu

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u/Spazzytackman Oct 02 '22

Probably some new generic fuckin dude who is apparently morally wrong and then he does something "super dark" like interrogate a person (the joke is its not dark but fans always make it out to be ,like they did with clone wars and bad batch.) And then some blue lightsabered female is gonna show him woman power and spare the character because its "morally wrong." But the inquisitor doesn't learn and that sets of the sequels.....

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u/FTBagginz Oct 02 '22

Starkiller cannot be an inquisitor. Inquisitor's are weaklings and wussies.

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u/JimLahey_of_Izalith Oct 02 '22

I wonder if this will be the same inquisitor we see chasing after Cal in the Fallen Order sequel

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u/SomeArtistonReddit Oct 02 '22

I wish they would just go back and add more backstory to the already established inquisitor than constantly make new ones.

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u/Seminarium_Lord Oct 01 '22

The second image looks extremely similar to Starkiller, and Starkiller is officially canon. It is a possibility that Disney may try to introduce him through the introduction of being an Inquisitor; I wouldn’t be very surprised

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u/thedirtypickle50 Oct 02 '22

The second image is literally Starkiller and he's not officially canon at all

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u/Fastcraft3r Oct 01 '22

Reaper from overwatch