So I just had to do something. And to see this universe be soiled through EA's money-first ideology, it not only annoyed me, but really took some of the magic out of Star Wars. He also is apparently strong enough to cloak and mask his presence from several Jedi for years before finally revealing himself. Obi-Wan didn't cut Anakin's legs and left arm before he warned Anakin. Didn't Palpatine tell the Separatists that he had a new apprentice, Darth Vader? This at times ruined moments that could've featured Vader's presence as a shock or surprise to the people on board. Try this click bait on for size:
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In this way, their vanishing bodies are a specific sign of intentionally converting themselves into a form of energy that remains apart from the body of the entire Force itself, so that they can become Force ghosts to interact with the natural physical world longer. One that could have provoked Lucus in using a polish word like vater. And, now, one keen-eyed fan has spotted something that hints Darth Vader might appear without his armor in Rogue One. There's the universally beloved holy original trilogy, there are the much-maligned prequels, and now the uber-divisive new trilogy. Both those language meanings are simply incidental. Now stop nitpicking and just enjoy the ride! As for this groundcar, well, technically speaking I'm merely a passenger.
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This has been discussed and decided upon, anon. The primary objections boil down to this: This article is pretty much near perfection, and if it wasn't for everyone's help it wouldn't be. One of the most iconic parts about Darth Vader is his menacing theme music. Personally, I like this one better. You've only forgotten.
However, Qui-Gon was able to prevent his spirit from becoming one with the Force, at least in a way that would've cost him his individuality and ability to manifest again in the physical world. He abandoned his former identity. I know how to settle this! However, as useful as this music was at times, some would say that the music was overused. Up until the shooting for the second movie, Darth Vader was not Luke's father in the script. That to me doesn't suggest a fully developed script at the outset. I've mentioned in "Behind the Scenes" that Bob Anderson was the stunt double in Episodes V and VI, where the information belongs, but stunt doubles do not qualify as actors to have played the role.