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"Immortal Emperor" should have been the "Eternal Emperor"

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"Immortal Emperor" should have been the "Eternal Emperor"

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Strive-US
06.17.2015 , 09:14 AM | #1
Eternal Emperor just has a better ring to it with the alliteration.
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Sanguiluna
06.17.2015 , 11:07 PM | #2
And it makes more sense since his Empire is called the Eternal Empire, not the Immortal Empire. Vitiate was the Sith Emperor of the Sith Empire. Palpatine was the Galactic Emperor of the Galactic Empire.
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xgigabytex
06.18.2015 , 06:53 PM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by Strive-US View Post
Eternal Emperor just has a better ring to it with the alliteration.
The issue I have with this is Eternal and Immortal have different meanings. They are not the same thing. This is probably why they (BW) are using one and not the other.

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Miyran
06.19.2015 , 04:27 AM | #4
I don't see why he is called immortal, he clearly ages throughout the cinematic. Just saying.

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Willcutt
06.19.2015 , 05:34 AM | #5
Maybe he didn't gain immortality until he was older.