Re: Darth Caedus, can he hold his new domain?
- From: Todd <twrexxnospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 18:17:03 -0700
On Sat, 29 Mar 2008 21:03:36 -0500, Thomas <varillon@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sat, 29 Mar 2008 19:05:46 -0500, Thomas <varillon@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm expecting Caedus' death in the next book by his sister's hand. I
don't really like it because the story has been so linear toward that
idea, but if they take a turn and have someone else do it, it may be a
nice surprise. What I don't like is the sith group waiting in the
shadows. I assume the next series will be about the new generation of
Skywalkers/Solos. Caedus may even kill Luke in the next book to set up
the next series, but I kind of doubt it.
I wonder if he has the strength to kill Luke, but given what's going
on who knows.
Actually, Palpatine (and later Vader) had an obsession with
eliminating the Jedi completely, it didn't seem to be on Caedus' Sith
agenda until Luke made it clear they wouldn't support his total
destruction war with the whole galaxy.
Anyone who knew Luke in the Galactic Civil War would be on his side I
think, that means that Caedus is going to have to do major purges or
risk someone betraying him.
I just wish they could capture Jacen and get him within range of a
ysalamiri. It might answer the question whether the Force is to
blame or just the corruption of the mind, I think it would be
I miss those little guys, the ysalamiri. I know everyone seems to
believe they betray the SW storylines along with the Vong, but the
authors had to come up with something outrageous, or we'd be reading
nothing but the rise and fall of the jedi and sith lines like we are
now. I'd love to have another full scale invasion series like the NJO.
Those were fun for me to read.
I agree that those were interesting books. It was a stroke of genius
to give the Jedi an enemy they couldn't defeat with the Force. It
made them adapt, something they never had to do before.