‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ finally revealed the past of a King. It was announced that she was the granddaughter of the Emperor Palpatine but it is not clarified who were their parents. According to Digital Spythe fans were very confused about the identity of their parents. In ‘Star Wars: The last Jedi’ directed by Rian Johnson it was said that King was the daughter of “donnadies”. Finally, the novel of the last delivery of the saga Skywalker clarifies who is the father of a King.
Thanks to the deleted scenes, we knew that Palpatine had not risen, but who appeared in this last tape was a clone. Although it has not yet gone on sale, a user of Reddit he has published a photo of the page of the new novel, which explains who is this clone of Palpatine. The post reads: “The heretics of the Sith Eternal struggle, uniting genes, clasping tissues, creating abominations, unnatural with the hope that one of these beings would succeed and would be a container worthy. The heretics would do anything, risk anything, sacrificarían any thing by creating a container for your consciousness almost divine”.
This means that the “son” Palpatine is more of a be created from bio-engineered and not born naturally. After many failed attempts, this was the only one that survived: “A clone is not exactly identical. His ‘son’. But it was useless, a failure, powerless. Palpatine couldn’t even look at that disappointing a grossness. The only value guy would be to continue the lineage with more natural methods“. So even though Palpatine could not conceive of that a natural way, your son yes I got it from.
J. J. Abrams explained why he decided to do that King was the granddaughter of Palpatine: “Although I fully understand that “you are nobody” is somewhat devastating, for me it is more painful, is more shocking the idea that in reality come from the worst possible site“. The novel ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ that confirms this relationship is put to the sale on the 17th of march 2020 Amazon and is now available for your reservation.
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Created beings, thanks to the bio-engineering have also been appointed in another story in the world of ‘Star Wars’. In the successful series ‘The Mandalorian’ is a reference to this type of clones. O SPOILERS OF CHAPTER 7 OF ‘THE MANDALORIAN’!
The warrior mandaloriano (Pedro Pascal) asks if “The Child” (our beloved Baby Yoda) could have been created this way, although it was finally discarded this idea.
The then president of Disney Bob Iger said in November that it would stop a little bit the premiere of film ‘Star Wars’ and would focus more on his branch in this tv program. We can enjoy here in Spain of this series and others (‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’) in Disney+ from the 24th of march.