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Darth Plageus - Anakin's father?

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Darth Plageus - Anakin's father?

DarknessInLight's Avatar

08.02.2013 , 10:00 PM | #31
Quote: Originally Posted by Lugosi View Post
Doesn't matter. As long as it doesn't conflict. When it does, that's when you use the tiers of canon to determine what takes precedence.
For many, G-Canon, or George Lucas Canon, is the ONLY thing that mattered. Everything else, EU, Games, etc., was considered to not be part of the acknowledged chronology in the Star Wars universe.
Jedi do not fight for Peace. That's only a slogan, and is as misleading, as slogans always are. Jedi fight for Civilization, because only Civilization creates Peace. - Jedi Master Mace Windu

Lord_Starblight's Avatar

08.06.2013 , 05:48 PM | #32
From page 32, Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Chronology, Droids, Alien Species -

"On Tatooine, the slave Shmi Skywalker had given birth to a child more powerful in the Force than any other in history - the apparent product of forbidden research initiated by Darth Plagueis and taken up by Darth Sidious."

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08.06.2013 , 06:45 PM | #33
Not exactly. While Palpatine viewed Anakin as the work of Plagueis, Plaguis himself portrayed Anakin as an incarnation of the will of the force - by attempting to tip its balance along with Sidious, force gave birth to a being that would consequently restore the said balance thus ironically Plagueis was the one responsible for fulfilling the prophecy of the Chosen one.
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