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    Snoke (Star Wars: The Last Jedi-present)

    Snoke (Star Wars: The Last Jedi-present)
    "You think you can turn him? Pathetic child, I cannot be betrayed. I cannot be beaten. I see his mind. I see his every intent! Yes, I see him turning the lightsaber to strike true. And now, foolish child, he ignites it, and kills his true enemy!"
    "Look at you, Disney. The deed split your writing to the story. It was unbalanced, killed by a direction that never held potential! YOU FAILED!!!" -Snoke's reaction when Disney flanderized him in The Last Jedi.
    Gender: Male
    Type: The Bootlegged “Successor” to Emperor Palpatine/Darth Sidious
    Age: 53
    Portrayed by: Andy Serkis
    Status: Deceased
    Media of origin: Star Wars


    Supreme Leader Snoke Palpatine (born circa 19 BBY on Exegol; dies 34 ABY on the Supremacy in the Crait system) is a major antagonist in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, he appears as the overarching antagonist of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, then the secondary antagonist of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the posthumous antagonist of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. He was the supreme leader of the First Order before being killed and succeeded by Kylo Ren.

    Family

    Why He Was Intentionally Betrayed and Beaten

    1. He's not a threatening villain in the Last Jedi.
    2. His characterization is inconsistent: In The Force Awakens, he was noticeably "gray" (stoic, fair toward his henchmen, and respectful of his enemies). But in The Last Jedi, he's suddenly flanderized into being a standard villain (bombastic, an abusive boss, and suicidally arrogant).
    3. The inconsistency where he was a gigantic dark lord in The Force Awakens, but was reduced to a smaller size in The Last Jedi for an unexplained reason.
    4. He barely even fights against Rey.
    5. He dies anti-climatically by Kylo Ren.
    6. The explanation of him being a Palpatine clone, who was supposed to turn Rey to the dark side conflicts with his trying to get Kylo Ren to kill Rey.
      • It also contradicts the material stating he'd been around since before the Empire.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. He was decent and more tolerable in Force Awakens.
    2. Andy Serkis does a good job with the material he's given.
    3. It is very clear that he was made to be hated.

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