The rise and fall of Anakin Skywalker is a masterpiece of the story

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As a young man in Phantom threat, Anakin Skywalker grew up at the outer edge of the galaxy; where he and his mother Shmi lived under garbage dealer Watto. Tatooine and his legalized system of slavery progressed to the point that it became almost impossible for Skywalker to part with his mother after he was freed by Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn. It would be too late for Skywalker to return to free his mother Attack of the clones.

A naturally gifted boy with a medium-chlorine number higher than any Jedi in history was considered a possible salvation for ending the war against the Sith lord. Skywalker became one of the most acclaimed villains in film history, but it certainly didn’t happen overnight. As Yoda had predicted, darkness surrounded Skywalker; devouring the Jedi with bitterness and evil that would later enslave the galaxy for years. Although Skywalker’s character has been explored for decades after the well-known Star Wars of the trilogy, is most interesting in terms of the character arc, the past that separates it from most Jedi, and turning to the dark side. His dark past and longing for power make Skywalker the most influential and memorable character of the entire franchise.

The young Jedi was unlike any other Jedi at the time, due to a lack of Padawan training. For a moment he excelled in training Obi-Wan Kenobi, but was confronted with reality when he and his master took over Count Dooku, also known as Darth Tyranus. Dooku easily defeated the two of them, cutting off Skywalker’s arm, but luckily he was saved by Yoda’s intervention, Dooku’s previous master, before turning to the dark side.

No suitor surpassed his love for Padma Amidali, despite the age difference, but it eventually led to his final downfall. After the clone wars ended, Skywalker predicted Amidala’s death during childbirth, prompting him to confide in Senator Palpatine. Darth Sidious was unknown to him. Skywalker was easily gullible, looking for every way to gain power and influence both in the Jedi Order and in his wife.

Palpatine convinced the lying republic that the execution of Order 66 would infuse security and peace to the galaxy as the Jedi rebelled, according to Live About. Order 66 was an order that only he could carry out, requiring all clone soldiers to turn their Jedi companions and eliminate every last one without question. The order will offer no resistance to Palpatine against him. When Palpatine ordered Skywalker to carry out Order 66, there was no hesitation that led to the deaths of almost all the Jedi. Command 66 was considered Skywalker’s first mission as his alter ego, Darth Vader.

Skywalker was kind and good-natured, but he was introduced to a world he shouldn’t have been in. His dark past on Tatooine never left him and was the beginning of his turn into an alter ego, Darth Vader. The Jedi Order commanded no emotional attachment to anyone from any Jedi. Skywalker’s emotions pulled him out of himself most of the time, including the battle with Dooku. After beheading Dooku at Palpatine’s command, a gleam flashed in his eye, and we see the shadow of a smile. It was at this time that Skywalker’s struggle for power was born and it did not stop it.

In the original trilogy, Vader initiated the events that led to the meeting of his children. Starting with the search for plans to destroy the Death Star hidden inside R2-D2 and the death of his mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, who accompanied Luke for most of his journey by force. Vader’s power, powered by the Palpatines, brought together all the allies we recognize from the franchise to restore peace to the galaxy and save the planet Kashyyyk, which was ruled by Palpatine’s storm forces.

When Luke and Leia defeated the empire, Vader became recognizable as the protagonist of the franchise, sacrificing himself to save his son. So, in a way, it is safe to say that he is a villain and a hero Star Wars. Being on both sides of the force is incredibly difficult to curb the story, but it has been done successfully. Revenge of the Sith i The return of the Jedi has done an excellent job showing Skywalker’s inner struggle with the dark side and his belief that he is doing the right thing. Greed and power were the main themes of the quarrels that represented Skywalker’s character as he accidentally kills his wife out of anger and loyalty to himself, and discusses the overthrow of Palpatine. Skywalker’s arc from gifted boy to darkest villain, to unsung hero, continues to bring back fans and moviegoers for more memories, to a distant galaxy.

Sources: LiveAbout, Wookieepedia

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