Is Starkiller one of the strongest force user?

Is Starkiller one of the strongest force user?

Galen Marek, also known as Starkiller, was the main protagonist of the old Legends games before Disney bought Star Wars. Galen Marek seemed to be not only one of the strongest Sith Lords, but one of the most powerful Force-users in all of Star Wars.

Did Vader let Starkiller win?

Vader was defeated by Starkiller in the first Force Unleashed, but it is said his clone is more powerful than the original.

Why was Galen Marek so strong?

The son of Kento and Mallie Marek, both whom were Jedi, Galen Marek was born strong in the Force. Sensing the potential within Marek, Darth Vader killed the child’s father and took him to be trained in the ways of the dark side of the Force.

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How was Starkiller able to defeat Darth Vader and Sidious?

Starkiller was able to defeat Vader and Sidious because The Force Unleashed is a video game and Starkiller is the player character, and therefore if you persist in playing he will win. That’s really all there is to it.

Is there a place for Starkiller in the Star Wars universe?

All in all, The Force Unleashed was a fun game and bulked out the Star Wars mythos in interesting ways at the time. But, like it or not, Disney is running the show now, and there is no place for Starkiller in their universe. You know, except for Starkiller base.

What happened to Starkiller after 15 years of training?

After 15 years of training, Vader sent him to hunt down Jedi such as Masters Rahm Kota and Shaak Ti. When he was discovered by Palpatine, Darth Vader faked his death in front of his Master, but later sent a droid to salvage his body. Starkiller was later sent to create a rebellion to battle the Empire.

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Does Starkiller start the Rebel Alliance in the Force Unleashed?

In The Force Unleashed, Vader tasks his apprentice Starkiller with starting the Rebel Alliance in order to kick Palpatine off his spooky chair and allow Vader to take his place. While, at the time, the plot was a compelling way to tie the prequels and the original trilogy together, it just doesn’t fit in the expanded Disney universe.