Han activated it first
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, I will begrudgingly upvote you, but why do you need to ruin nice things?
@GunSupporter, because you touch your gun at night
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, Well, this is being brought to a whole new generation. Thanks?
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, in other words, yes, but it was only activated once, not like the Cantina scene.
What if Ben is actually good and is just trying to tear down the Sith from inside the organization? Anakin did the same thing (unintentionally), and thus Ben would "finish what you started".
@SpicyCracka, I had that thought from the start. It would be interesting. The writers do make it so we are able to interprete that atleast
@SpicyCracka, Maybe Im wrong here but Kylo is not Sith. Maybe Snooke is but we dont know and all we ever get Kylo referenced as is "A Knight of Ren"
Remember all Sith are bad guys with lightsabers, but not all bad guys with lightsabers are Sith.
@Caligo, Grievous, as an example, was just a guy who liked collecting the lightsabers of jedi he killed.
@SpicyCracka, literally the plot of Timothy Zahn novels after ROTJ. Luke goes dark in order to destroy the sith from the inside. Like his father before him.
@fettman1138, his father, Anakin, didn't go sith to take down the sith though, he unintentionally went rogue and turned into a sith lord bc he was practically brain washed into being an evil lacky.
@SpicyCracka, so THAT'S why he throws his temper tantrums and starts destroying things!
@SpicyCracka, yes, that is why he had to do this. One day he can meet Snoke and kill him.
I love these. I get on Youtube all the time and watch stuff from Star Wars Theory and The Stupendous Wave
@Captain Magma, same
@Captain Magma, me too
I like this theory, they say his struggle with the pull to the light did get worse after Han's death.
Or... maybe Han, as the elderly male character, had to make the noble sacrifice to distract the villain so the other, younger protagonists could escape and complete their plan to destroy a large planet obliterating weapon...
@Suicide Squad Sucks, kilo ren didn't see them, they had a clear escape route.
Han did it because he made that promise to the leia to try to take him home
Ok I watched the scene and it looked like kylo thrusted the saber hard at Han after it was ignited
I could see this as canon. I would like it too.
Sorry to shjt on this pic but the novel adaptation says clearly "Ren ignited the lightsaber--and the fiery red beam lanced outward to pierce Han's chest from front to back."
Han Solo will forever go down as a hero
HEY, WHO LEFT THIS BOWL OF ONIONS HERE
This means there was no Jedi massacre, there could be an Army of Jedi at the ready.
I just saw that Instagram post like an hour ago
Ben? Excuse you, his name is Kylo!
It's a nice thought
He didn't. Hand was in the wrong location to hit the activation switch.
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Yeah, OR Kylo is this first sith we have seen in the movies to truly head down the path to sith without fail.
@AceKingPanda, definitely not the first, the emperor is truly a sith. Also kylo probably won't turn to the dark side forever, he feels the pull or the light and he thought that killing Han would end that but when he does he just seems even more conflicted