What really killed Vader?

What really killed Vader?

During the battle, Anakin, who had been known as the Sith Lord Darth Vader, was redeemed by Luke and brought balance to the Force. However, the redemption cost Anakin his life, having been mortally wounded by the Emperor, Darth Sidious, while killing his former Master. After his death, Anakin became one with the Force.

What if Darth Vader died in a New Hope?

If Obi Wan killed Darth Vader in a New Hope, he would have still had to stay behind to cover the Star Warriors’ escape in the Millennium Falcon. (By fighting Darth Vader, he was covering the escape of the other heroes.)

Did Vader turn good?

turned good at the end of Episode VI. At the end of “Return of the Jedi,” Vader showed he wasn’t all dark. When Emperor Palpatine attempts to kill Luke Skywalker, Vader intervenes to save his son’s life and is fatally wounded.

Is it No, I am your father or Luke, I am your father?

“Luke, I am your father.” Despite this iconic exchange occurring in one of the most climactic scenes in movie history, Darth Vader never says, “Luke, I am your father.” In actuality, he says, “No, I am your father.”

How did Darth Vader’s death affect Star Wars?

While Darth Vader’s death may have been bittersweet, by saving Luke and “killing” the Emperor, he fulfilled his prophecy of being the chosen one. His wrath as Vader and his turn to the Light for his son will always be some of the highlights of the Star Wars universe.

Can the Jedi and the Sith come back from death?

Within the current Star Wars Canon at Disney, both the Jedi and the Sith have been shown to be able to come back from their brushes with death, or in some cases their actual death, stronger than ever before. The Jedi and the Sith could not be more different, but they all have to die at some point.

How did Darth Vader kill Palpatine?

Unable to see his son get killed, Vader steps in and throws Palpatine down the reactor shaft, to his apparent death. While this is happening though, Darth Vader gets fatally electrocuted. Luke, at his father’s request, takes off his helmet so he can look at his son one last time, with his real face.

Is Darth Vader mentioned in any Star Wars books?

A number of years ago I read a Star Wars book that was a biography of Darth Vader and he mentioned it there.