Rise of Skywalker Death Star Mystery Solved in Older Star Wars Book?
The Rise of Skywalker trailer provided us with our first clue as to the return of the iconic death star. Since then, many questions have been asked about the black star. J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm have done a great job keeping everything secret, so we probably will not know until the film is in theaters later in the year. Fortunately, an older novel from Star Wars dating back to 2017 may provide some guidance on choosing which Death Star to be teased in The Skywalker Increase .
The The Star Wars After Wars: Life Debt Book was written by Chuck Wendig and published in 2017. This book contains a chapter on the Alderaanians who were "out of the world when the planet was destroyed "at the events of New Hope . After the fall of the Empire, they rallied and "settled in the system on a flotilla of ships". The chapter in question ends with "Leia offering them (Alderaanians) the remains of the first mortal star to build a permanent space station in the system"
. it is safe to assume that everything is gone. This leads us to the second death star, which was the predominant theory among the fans of Star Wars . There are some who believe that the planet shown in the trailer of The Rise of Skywalker is Yavin IV, but it's starting to look like Endor, especially if we consider the proximity of the Death star with the planet has been released. The second death star is also the one where Emperor Palpatine was killed, so that everything is reunited again. ] With the return of Emperor Palpatine in Rise of Skywalker the second death star seems to have the most meaning. The ruins could be the place where Palpatine may be resurrected in the next movie, although we do not know how to do it yet. And if that's actually Endor we're looking at, maybe we'll also have the opportunity to see Forrest's Moon of Endor once a day with some Ewoks? J.J. Abrams will not take us back to Endor for some ruins of Death Star. He will also have some of the little stuffed guys, at least for a moment.
Did Emperor Palpatine ever haunt the ruins of the Death Star on Endor? This could very well be the case, even if the emperor could have come back in different ways. With regard to the Death Star, it will be interesting to see how this fits into the current trilogy and how J.J. Abrams integrates it into the storyline. For the moment, we will just have to wait, but there is quite a lot of teasing in the promotional film Rise of Skywalker . Speaking of which, we should publish a new trailer next month, so maybe there will be more information. The decomposition of the Aftermath: Life Debt chapters has been revealed for the first time on Reddit.