For some reason I find it hard to choose an archetype right off the bat. I usually get stuck with the “dark side,” but I always love to try different options to see what works. But then I get stuck on one. This time I just couldn’t be happier. I’m all over the place and I never know what to do.
Archetypes are the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, our lives, and our futures. They give our lives meaning and direction. Star Wars is an interesting study in how characters can come to be so strongly identified with a single archetype. In the original trilogy, for example, Luke Skywalker was a Jedi Master, but he also loved to fight. Obi-Wan has a different story in the prequel trilogy, but he is a Jedi Master as well.
Darth Vader is the first of many archetypes in Star Wars. He is, of course, Darth Vader. The Force is so strong in him that he’s a master of all the mystical arts. As he says in the official Star Wars story, “I am a master of the Force.
The main difference between Vader and Darth Vader in the original trilogy is that Darth Vader is the villain of the Jedi Order. He is the evil man who tortures the innocent. In the original trilogy, Vader is the good man who fights to protect the innocent and the Republic. However, the prequels tell us that Vader is the man who is evil in the end. He is not a good man at all. If you don’t like what you are doing, you can leave.
The prequels also tell us that Darth Vader is a master of the dark side of the force, a master of the dark side of the Force with the ability to tap into the power of the dark side of the Force. This ability is what allows him the ability to do what he does and the ability to tap into the energy beings who live in the dark side of the Force.
Well, that all sounds very good, but I have to say that it doesn’t really fit with my expectations at all. I grew up with this concept of the ‘good man’ and ‘the evil man.’ But it didn’t really fit with what I knew of Star Wars. It seemed very much like Darth Vader was a man of the dark side of the force. I didn’t know any of the other characters so it was hard to know how they were doing.
That’s all fine, but I also thought it would be cool if the evil man could be just as bad, if not worse, than the good man. The only problem is that I dont know of any Sith who can do that.
I know I’m not the only one who found this idea a little odd but I think that there’s a lot of truth to it. Darth Vader has been depicted as a man of the light side of the Force for the majority of his existence in the series, so most of the time we see him as a decent guy, willing to help others to the best of his ability. In Star Wars Rebels, we see him as a very evil dude.
Darth Vader is a dark Sith lord who rules the universe. He’s the most evil of the evil Sith, the most evil of all the Sith, and he can kill all of us with a single thought. While Vader never actually did kill anyone, his deeds have left a permanent stain on the galaxy that no sane person can ever undo. Even though Vader never actually did kill anyone and that’s what makes it so interesting; that Vader is the ultimate evil Sith Lord.
In Star Wars Rebels, Darth Vader is the evil Sith lord. In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he’s a very good guy. The good guys that he controls will never allow the bad guys to take over. He has always been the good guy in Star Wars. He’s not evil. He’s not evil because he wants the world to be evil. Vader is evil because he’s evil.