Legacyset years after the events of the original films, Luke appears as a spirit in the Force to his descendant Cade Skywalker and persuades him to once again become a Jedi in order to defeat the evil Darth Krayt and his burgeoning Sith empire. Obi-Wan presents Luke with his father's lightsaber and offers to take him to Alderaan and train him in the ways of the Forcebut Luke rejects his offer. Some argue that Luke mirrors fundamental values of Christianity and Abrahamic religion ; Luke's journey is often compared to that of Jesus Christ. The Emperor orders Luke to kill Vader and take his place. Heir to the Jedi Review".
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Upon the Killik's invasion of Chiss space and the transformation of most of the Myrkr mission survivors into Killik Joiners, Luke determines that the Killik's collective mind is being unconsciously controlled by a hive called the Dark Nest. Retrieved 16 June Luke snaps and brutally overpowers Vader, severing his father's mechanical right hand. In the novel The Truce at Bakuraset one day after the battle of Endor, Luke and his friend Wedge Antilles recover a message droid from the titular planet, which was being invaded by the Ssi-Ruuk. In the trench leading to the Death Star's exhaust port, Luke hears Obi-Wan's voice, telling him to "trust his feelings"; he takes Obi-Wan's advice and switches off his X-wing 's missile guidance system, instead using the Force to guide the missiles and destroy the Death Star.
Luke tells Rey that he had briefly considered killing the sleeping Ben after seeing a vision of the destruction he could cause, but relented; Ben woke to see Luke with his lightsaber drawn and turned to the dark side because he felt betrayed. Best Duo with Josh Gad. Archived from the original on May 26, Luke must also battle his wife, who refuses to confront Jacen for fear of alienating Ben. Luke keeps his emotions under control until Vader senses that Luke has a sister, and threatens to turn her to the dark side if Luke will not submit. In regards to Luke's portrayal in The Last Jedimany fans expressed disappointment in how he was depicted "as a grumpy old man whose failures had driven him into hiding", a stark departure in how Luke was characterized in the original trilogy.