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    Captain Phasma
    "Blaster fire is too good for them"
    Gender: Female
    Type: Bootlegged verision of Boba Fett
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Gwendoline Christie
    Status: Deceased
    Media of origin: Star Wars


    Captain Phasma is a major antagonist in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

    Why She Intentionally Sucks

    1. She was only created because they wanted to force in another female character that wasn't actually needed.
      • Not to mention, despite (supposedly) being a major antagonist, she only got four minutes of screen time between both "The Force Awakens" and "The Last Jedi."
    2. Despite the good performance, her appearance is a waste of Gwendoline Christie's talents.
    3. Despite her armor being apparently immune from damage by blaster bolts (as shown in "The Last Jedi"), she still becomes afraid when Finn put a blaster to her head and lowers the shields in "The Force Awakens."
    4. She barely does anything aside from ordering troopers around and act "menacingly".
    5. She was awkwardly shoehorned into The Last Jedi for the sake of her and Finn having a fight.
    6. Her death is rather anti-climatic, since she falls to her death unceremoniously.
    7. Overall, she's a pretty wasted character.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. Given that she's a major antagonist of the sequel trilogy, she is clearly supposed to be hated.
    2. Her suit looks cool.
    3. Her showdown with Finn in The Last Jedi was pretty cool.
      • Incidentally, the original final battle (which was cut from the final film) shows Finn berating her for lowering the shield at Starkiller Base, forcing her to kill her own troopers before they turn on her. It also shows a much cooler death where Finn blasts her into the ships wreckage.
    4. Gwendoline Christie does a fine job playing her, despite being wasted talent.
    5. She's portrayed a lot better in the tie-in novel Phasma.

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