Trying to Please Everyone: Or Converting multiple Pop Culture Utopias into a Timeline.

Oh yeah, im confused by Raditz in your thread. You said he was in the first step towards reformation, yet he was not mentioned again until he suddenly reappeared in Cell Saga then disappeared in Buu saga before reappearing again in Super with seemingly no explanation. He was not mentioned in the movies except Tree of Might. Im assuming when you mention the Z fighters in the movies you mean all or most of the main cast. Did Raditz ever gain Super Saiyan 1,2,3, Super Saiyan God, and Super Saiyan Blue?
 
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Oh yeah, im confused by Raditz in your thread. You said he was in the first step towards reformation, yet he was not mentioned again until he suddenly reappeared in Cell Saga then disappeared in Buu saga before reappearing again in Super with seemingly no explanation. He was not mentioned in the movies except Tree of Might. Im assuming when you mention the Z fighters in the movies you mean all or most of the main cast. Did Raditz ever gain Super Saiyan 1,2,3, Super Saiyan God, and Super Saiyan Blue?
Raditz is a member of the Z Fighters, based on both many fans wishing he played a bigger role and MasakoX's "What if Raditz turned good?" which many say they wish was the actual show. As such I didn't go into too much detail to risk diving into taking too much. I don't think Raditz would eclipse Goku and Vegeta but would serve a role similar to Piccolo. MasakoX had him pair up with Launch and have three kids. I'd say Raditz gained Super Saiyan 1, 2 sometime after the Cell Saga(Goku's alive in this version to teach him). Super Saiyan 3 doesn't exist due to Goku not dying to learn it. Super Saiyan God and Blue though do exist, though Raditz likely only obtains Blue through training with Beerus and Whis.
 
Anime in the 2010's New

Not that much for this one. Suppose its because we are now Caught up.

Anime in the 2010s

Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt had a Season 2 wrapping things up.

The third season of Futari wa Milky Holmes was not released, instead the series went on a hiatus until Tantei Opera Milky Holmes TD, the true third season.

Angel Beats! Received the intended 26 episodes rather than the 13 it did.

For Puella Magi Madoka Magica. The Film Rebellion was never released.

Log Horizon Took the place of Sword Art Online in terms of popularity and importance in popularizing isekai into the mainstream and overall maintained the same high quality and airing on Toonami.

The manga School-Live!! ended with the girls leaving the high school forever in Chapter 30. The anime ends at that point as well.

For Psycho Pass, the second season was not made. The series is instead continued by Psycho-Pass: The Movie

Kagerou Project
has a happier ending. Ayano and Hiyori were not resurrected and most of the cast escaped back into the real world.

Love Live! and Love Live Sunshine! became popular. While a meme, The Fandom for this series jokes that the male gender appears to be non existent in the two shows.

Free! had Haru as a much cooler character as in original drafts.

The Anime Adaptation of KanColle was not made.

For UQ Holder, the Stealth Sequel of Mahou Sensei Negima! was rewritten to tie closer to that series and resolve plotlines.

Another series to rise was Little Witch Academia, which Aired on Toonami instead of on Netflix and Currently has a crossover special with My Hero Academia.

Kill La Kill
lasts a bit longer, detailing the further origins of the Life Fibers and on expanding the world. Now has an OVA series with an emphasis on humor has the characters adapt to normal life after the incident and discovering what to do with their lives.

One Punch Man's second Season was maintained by Studio Madhouse(keeping the animation quality the same as Season 1). This also results in a different plot. While Saitama does compete in a tournament, less attention is given to it and Saitama loses to aid in fighting the occurring monster apocalypse with Genos(complete with pink Apron). Less Heroes are introduced(a few are introduced just to be killed off). Saitama finds himself repeatedly encountering weaker monsters while the more powerful enemies fight elsewhere. The villain of the arc is instead a shrewd mastermind who hatches a plan to attempt to erode Saitama's faith in being a Hero to get him to quite rather than face him head on.

My Hero Academia Began airing on Toonami soon after the second season was halfway completed. Considered one of the new rising stars alongside Little Witch Academia.

Persona 4 The Animation
would be brought over to Toonami around the release of Golden onto Toonami to be used as advertising as well as draw more attention to the series. While condescending the plot, it also fixes some of the characterization problems and does more to show the friendship of the Investigation Team.

Persona 5 The Animation has double the episodes of OTL so the series is not rushed through while the animation is also better and smoother while expanding a bit on the characters and interactions, especially Yuuki Mishima. The protagonist Joker is portrayed much like in the game though with the more humorous choices being taken along with better establishing his character relations (such as calling Ryuji his right-hand man and best friend, a parallel to the friend of Yu and Yosuke back in P4 and a sisterly relation with Ann, etc).
 
Nice, this is good. Are you going to go into more detail for video games, movies, internet, etc?
Oh yeah. I'm going alphabetical now(as in by Genre so Anime was first), but since Star Wars was requested I will probably post Yu-Gi-Oh and Naruto(last two Anime bits) and then skip to Star Wars.I'm currently also working on Comics but that's taking a bit as a lot of changes happen, specifically very early on in the medium(To hint at it there's a very early Superman story that completely changes his status quo but the publisher rejected it, having that story actually be published means a lot of things change due to the Butterfly effect).
 
I'm excited for what you have in store. Also, I think you should format your text and separate them a bit more for your more detailed post because sometimes, it hurts to read the big block of text.
 
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Yu-Gi-Oh New

As I mentioned before I'm not as familiar as Yu-Gi-Oh so a lot of this is from Count DVB's post on Pop Culture Utopias.


Yu-Gi-Oh

Another long lasting "96" series was Yu-Gi-Oh, with an anime that was viewed as better written than the Manga while adhering to it and the rules would set out for itself(such as level and type requirements). Of particular note is the ascension of supporting character Joey into a more prominent role at the cost of maintaining Seto Kaiba as an antagonist. Joey even duels Kaiba and while he loses, his performance is impressive and actually pushes Kaiba. Joey was at least able to defeat Yami Marik in the Battle City Arc. However, this is not to say Kaiba was not further explored, the Virtual World arc afterwards dove into Kaiba's past and focused largely on him, featuring his and Noah's capture by the Big 5.

Oriachalos, ended with The Pharaoh choosing not to use the Seal. Many older characters returned and Mai, remained on the side of the protagonists. More of the side characters were able to contribute as a result.

KaibaCorp Grand Prix showed off very different duels and skillsets for the characters and introduced Siegfried, a counterpart to Kaiba and in many ways his opposite., being politer, though his darker nature was eventually revealed.

In the Final Arc of the series, Yugi won his final duel against the Pharaoh himself.

The Yu-Gi-Oh! anime avoided filler arcs(something true overall of the Anime Genre), most of this due to following the Manga closer, resulting in the better treatment of the Joey/Jonuchi character and a more evil Kaiba. No Changes existed to the plot, setting or characters, keeping the introduction of Duke intact. The Manga meanwhile ended at Chapter 343(A Toei Yu-Gi-Oh anime was cancelled. Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions was abandoned).

Yu-Gi-Oh GX continued the trend of maintaining an involved cast of supporting characters such as Bastion, who served as a foil of sorts to Jaden and his right hand man Syrus(Jess Anderson does not exist ITL).. Bastion was able to complete his prime deck in a new form. As with other duelists in the series, his deck maintained a theme.

In Season one, we were introduced to the Wicked God Cards, created in a horrific attempt to recreate the Egyptian God Cards, only to create cards which drained the life force of their uses. The Cards could not be destroyed and so were sealed away under the school, the season kicking off when the keys to the vault containing the cards at the Duel Academy begin to be stolen, evidently by the arc antagonists, the Shadow Riders, who are former duel academy students, though there continues to be a mystery as to their identities and goals, which is unraveled over time. The Duelists would need to be defeated to get the key back. Atticus joins the protagonists as the Duelists are implied to be missing students and he has genuine concern for the students endangering themselves to return the keys. Camilla is not a vampire but rather a woman with gothic tastes while maintaining a monster themed deck. She is defeated by Zane. Tania has a deck built on the physically strongest cards and is defeated by Bastion in a battle of wits. The mastermind is revealed to be the co creator of the Wicked cards who wanted them for himself before they were sealed away.

In Season Two, Aster defeats Jaden, remaining more of an anti-hero(the Destiny Heroes have different names). Syrus has a different deck. A now older Blair joins the cast and rises as students begin to gravitate towards the Society of Light, which includes Alexis and Chazz. Syrus becomes a resistance leader of sorts, Bastion joins the group but as a spy to pass information to Jaden. Jaden and Blair grow closer together while Syrus tries to rescue Zane from their internal turmoil. Blair's desk relies on "Silent Magician" as the ace up the sleeve. Bastion is promoted to an Obelisk Blue after a duel against Aster Phoenix that ends in a draw.

In Season Three, the focus is on the Duel World where Blair is possessed by Yubei. Syrus realizes he's been acting negatively towards his friends and works to be better, something Alexis is already working towards.This aids in rescuing Jaden from being consumed by the darkness and Blair helps save Yubel. This culminates in several monsters being combined in the final battle in Fusion forms. Bastion graduates at the conclusion of the season, though still appears.

Season four has Jaden recover with Blair's help. Time has passed and everyone has grown. Bastion now has a beard. As a carry over form last season the protagonists work better together now, having several tag team moves and using Fusion Monsters. In the end everyone graduates and remains friends as Bastion had done. Jaden is shown encountering and having a duel with Yugi, the outcome of which is left vague. An epilogue shows the cast as adults now having taken positions at the Duel Academy, Bastion acting as Headmaster.

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX had a movie: Yu-Gi-Oh! vs. GX. Which is a crossover between the two series, having the casts meet and Duel.

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's was well received by fans of the franchise, especially those who have been sticking with it since at least the beginning of the new series.

The Yu-Gi-Oh anime as it is recognized, ends up more-or-less finishing with 5DS, A crossover film is made combining all three franchises, and has a three way fusion of the main monsters used by the protagonists. The last arc was the Dark Signer Arc.

The Crimson Dragon and the Nazca elements were much more focused on. Carly and Jack get together. When the series ended, Carly's voice actress was discovered to be involved in a doomsday cult much like the one in the anime that was making headlines in Japan at the time. Konami, trying to salvage their PR (as in Japan this incident would seriously hurt the company's reputation), fired her. This led to the closing of that portion of the story.
 
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Can you threadmark this?
Edit: oh thanks
Edit2: Can you sometimes add images to your post like the first few post that you did?
 
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Naruto New


Another Count DVB based entry.

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Naruto and Sasuke have their final fight.
Naruto

Naruto was a big hit. A highlight was the protagonist's defeat of Kiba in honorable combat, rather than by virtue of an accidental fart as was planned. Other moments were Itachi's death by Sasuke's hands. Changes began to take place in the second half of the series. The development of Naruto and Sakura's relationship began after the Pain arc while she is tending to his wounds. Naruto admitted to not knowing anything about love. Sakura vows to be a better friend and undergoes more character development.

The Invasion Arc's anime rendition, namely Shippuden episode 167 was massively praised. This is due to the show ending at Naruto returning to Konoha after dealing with Pain. The anime successfully makes it feel like a series ending in episode 175 thanks to its use of "Departure to the Front Lines" over a series of flashbacks regarding what Naruto accomplished throughout the series until that point, as well as the villagers slowly warming up to Naruto along the way. Haku is also revealed to be a girl.

A sequel series was later released. In that series Karin is revealed to be an Uzumaki and the Konoha 11 receive more attention. Sasuke undergoes a redemption arc after nearly dying, going against Tobi. Danzo attempts to seal away Tobi, dying in the process. Sakura and Naruto have one of a handful of rematches throughout the series though the two collapse as Sakura arrives to heal them, they then began laughing.

The Fourth Shinobi War is shorter. Jiraiya is still killed and the deaths of all capable of resurrection Jutsu means he cannot be brought back. Naruto and for that matter many character due not gain the same level of power they do OTL, relying more on skill and other factors to emerged victorious.The Obito reveal is different. Madara took him and molded him in a form of possession as well, which is broken when Obito sees Kakashi again, allowing him to break free and aid in the climactic battle before dying in a massive group attack on Madara, with Naruto finishing off the villain before collapsing exhausted. After Naruto has recovered, he and Sasuke have their final showdown, their most brutal to date. Sakura once again arrives to heal them but can only heal one and chooses Naruto. Sakura lives long enough to say goodbye before passing away.

A few OVAs are made diving into the backstory of the characters and some which show the characters as adults.

Naruto The Last still has Toneri as a villain though he is made more sympathetic compared to OTL. Toneri is the last member of the Otutsuki clan, who was sealed away by his father Hamura in the hopes of saving him since Toneri was born sick. He is a counterpart to Naruto in a way who awoke during the Fourth Shinobi War. Naruto and Sakura attempt to greatly care for the emotionally troubled Toneri.

When it comes to Boruto. Boruto's personality is different, likely due to having Sakura as a mother and he is a lot like his dad. The rest of the cast is also different, though Mitsuki is in a way the new Sasuke, being an orphan much like him. Technology has advanced only somewhat by realistic standards compared to the original series(Chakra power crossbows and weapons remain). Boruto also begins with no clear goal, unlike his father and the series follows his quest to find meaning in his life.

Naruto Gaiden was not written.
 
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Can you threadmark this?
Edit: oh thanks
Edit2: Can you sometimes add images to your post like the first few post that you did?
I plan to but since a lot of this is What ifs or cancelled Projects being realized it is a bit difficult to find images that correspond with the Altered versions. For example the Gundam Movie has some storyboards that are shown. Harmony Gold just by accident became a big player due to the What ifs in real life and the desire to see them do more led to those wishes manifesting in the company rising up, so having their logo was justified and Tuxedo Masks' cameo in Yu Yu Hakusho just worked from the stand point of being a screenshot from a crossover.
 
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Pokemon New
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Red,Green and Blue, the Protagonists of the first three Games.

Pokemon
The Pokémon series began with the release of Pocket Monsters Red, Blue and Green. Green was released outside of Japan though this nearly didn't happen due the music in Lavender town causing headaches before being rectified resulting in the game's slight delay before release(This gave rise to Creepy Pastas centering around the female Pokemon Trainer Green). Red had some changes, there is a girl protagonist option, and a battle against the Elite Four and Professor Oak after completing the whole pokedex. There are also minor differences such as Machamp wearing underwear(rather than being a part of his body).

Another game, Pokémon Yellow was released not only to use the new color palette of the Game Boy Color, but also to cross promote the newly premiered Anime. Fans even realized that one could follow the Anime Protagonist Ash's moves in the series and use those moves to progress through the game, besides the addition of RNG. There are also RGB events, and a battle against Team Rocket on the SS Anne.

Starting in 1997, The Pokemon anime had considerable changes. The Kanto arc had Ash fight Giovanni personally before the League competition. At some point Giovanni refers him as Delia´s son, hinting that Giovanni knows his mother, while Giovanni would lose, he would manage to escape authorities. It's also during this battle that Ash learns to control his Charizard. Then the league starts. Ash reaches the finals, defeating Gary. Following this, Ash challenges the Elite Four (Lorelei, Bruno, Agatha, Lance) before challenging the champion...Who turns out to be Professor Oak. Despite the intense match, Ash would lose, but Oak would promise him a rematch some time later.

The Orange Islands arc showed that the Gym Leaders already recognize Ash due to their earlier matches. The episode A Tent Situation would remain mostly unchanged, but also reveal that during the Orange Islands arc, Gary defeated Oak in a battle, thus becoming the champion, and the episode Rivalry Revival (not the Orange Islands finale) would conclude the Ash vs Gary battle with Ash´s victory. Ash would fight Oak in the final episode, named "Ash vs Oak, the Rematch", which would lead to Ash´s victory. Instead of handing the pokeball to Ash, Oak would mention that he would need to talk with a friend in the Johto region.

The changes started becoming more noticeable starting after Johto. The "Ash" Saga concluded with Pokemon 2000, though Ash and other characters continued to make multiple appearances including a third and final film starring Ash in Spell of the Unknown. The rest of the Anime follows a different cast based on the protagonists of the then recent gamed, one male and one female based on the two choices.

The Johto arc would involve the Pokemon Trainer Jimmy and his friends Marina and Vincent as protagonists, whom would often be challenged by the trainer Kamon as the rival. Legend of Thunder was made as a three parter episode during the season. Casey would still be a minor rival. At the end Jimmy would fight on the Johto League against Kamon, barely winning, but being able to go through the Johto Elite Four, composed of Will, Koga, Bruno, Karen, with Lance as the champion. The Johto arc would also serve as conclusion of the GS ball arc, in the 4-parter episode "Encounter Beyond Time", on which it would be revealed that Celebi was inside the GS ball due to time travel schenanigans involving a young Oak and a rogue Team Rocket Member known as Vicious.

The English dub of the Sun and Moon based portion included Kelly MacDonald and Evan McGuire to voice the protagonists, due to the game's region of Galar being based on Great Britain. The art style remains consistent.

Within the Pokemon films there is a large gap between Kyurem vs. The Sword of Justice and Pokémon: I Choose You!
 
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I plan to but since a lot of this is What ifs or cancelled Projects being realized it is a bit difficult to find images that correspond with the Altered versions. For example the Gundam Movie has some storyboards that are shown. Harmony Gold just by accident became a big player due to the What ifs in real life and the desire to see them do more led to those wishes manifesting in the company rising up, so having their logo was justified and Tuxedo Masks' cameo in Yu Yu Hakusho just worked from the stand point of being a screenshot from a crossover.
I get your point. This is a good end to the anime section.Next is Star Wars right? oh, and could you please slow down to 1 or 2 post per day because too many posts might overwhelm the reader and possibly leave you burnt out.
 
I get your point. This is a good end to the anime section.Next is Star Wars right? oh, and could you please slow down to 1 or 2 post per day because too many posts might overwhelm the reader and possibly leave you burnt out.
Yeah I'll jump to covering Star Wars before i move onto Comic book history. I can't speak for the reader, but I had a lot of these privately written out already. Aside from the Star Wars stuff I still have a lot to write so content really will slow down for a bit until I finish.
 
Yeah I'll jump to covering Star Wars before i move onto Comic book history. I can't speak for the reader, but I had a lot of these privately written out already. Aside from the Star Wars stuff I still have a lot to write so content really will slow down for a bit until I finish.
Oh, one more thing, you dont have to do this, but when you make the Star wars section, can you make the duels look like SC 38 Reimagined from Youtube or overall just make the lightsaber duels less sluggish and more fast paced for the original trilogy?
 
Oh, one more thing, you dont have to do this, but when you make the Star wars section, can you make the duels look like SC 38 Reimagined from Youtube or overall just make the lightsaber duels less sluggish and more fast paced for the original trilogy?
...Sort of. The technology for fights like that didn't exist back in 1977, though it can be slightly better in other ways like Choreography . However by the time we get the time frame of the Sequel movies and the Mandolorian...absolutely the fights can look like SC 38.
 
Star Wars: Original Trilogy(1977-1983) New
The rewrite of the Prequels is a combination of Banditincorporated and Belated Media's takes.
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Image from Kurt Russell's audition Tape for Han Solo.

Star Wars

"A Long Long Time from Now.
In a Galaxy Far Far Away"


-Opening line of Every Star Wars film.

George Lucas approached Disney with his pitch for initially American Graffiti. However Disney preferred his other ideas, presumably because Walt was working on ideas to prevent Tomorrow Land and Epcot from becoming outdated in a few short decades as technology marches on, which is why Disney suggested the change to imply Star Wars was set in the future rather than the past as Lucas intended(though the vague wording also makes it possible it could be set in the future). Disney offered to fund American Graffiti in exchange for supporting Lucas's Star Wars. It was a gambit that payed off. Star Wars was an unrivaled success, going onto win Best Picture that year.

Following the success of Star Wars, George Lucas was approached by De Laurentiis to direct the Flash Gordon film, attracted by Star Wars winning the Oscar for best picture. Directing a Flash Gordon film was Lucas's lifelong dream and he accepted. He reluctantly left Disney and the Star Wars license behind but the door was left open for him to return. He would pass directing the Star Wars Sequel Empire Strikes Back to his film school mentor Irvin Kershner. Control of his company Lucasfilm was handed to his longtime business partner Gary Kurtz in Lucas's absence.

Disney released touched up versions of the films years later to improve the film quality, but changed very little else(Han still shoots first). With Lucas's blessing, an original copy of the film now resides in the Library of Congress.

Kurtz cancelled Lucas's plans for a Star Wars Holiday Special(though the designs including those of the Wookies, their homeworld of Kashyyk and the Bounty Hunter Boba Fett he liked well enough to save, later incorporating them into the films proper).

George Lucas's Flash Gordon had many factors working against it. The first was the release of a Porn Parody titled Flesh Gordon, which made it harder to take the actual product seriously. The Second was Lucas being forced to overhaul parts of the film, including actors. He kept those such as Timothy Dalton and Brian Blessed along with the soundtrack by Queen, but he recast the star as Harrison Ford. Lucas had liked his audition for Han Solo, but the part had ultimately gone to Kurt Russell. This was a blessing for Russell as he hoped to break free of being typecast as a Disney kid. Surprisingly it actually worked. The changes made by Lucas were largely to cut down the comedy and make it a more of a Scifi-fantasy series. He also removed elements such as Flash Gordon's golden football. The Character of Ming the Merciless had been a target of the Chinese "Cultural Revolution", an effort by Chinese creators to rewrite Western created characters to be less offensive with the added rule that the characters must maintain their allignments and remain evil if they were evil and good if they were good. Fu Manchu, the Yellow Claw, the Mandarin, and Ming the Merciless were all subjected to this. With Ming it was easier. He was an alien and so he was given a more alien appearance, something which Lucas immediately grabbed onto in his portrayal.

1980 was ironically a year which saw a Lucas Film vs a Lucasfilm as Flash Gordon and Empire Strikes Back clashed at the box office. Flash Gordon, while a decent film, was defeated by the second Star Wars film. The reception proved to Lucas he was an average director when not collaborating with other brilliant directors. Lucas chose to take a more of a Behind the scenes role along with his wife Marcia Lucas, who had won an Academy Award for her film editing in American Graffiti and a BAFTA Award for her editing in Taxi Driver. Lucas did occasionally provide lore and ideas, which Gary Kurtz, the new head of Lucasfilm, one of the few people willing to say no to Lucas, was free to use or discard at his leisure.

Irvin Kershner, Empire's director, did not want to commit to another film after three years of working on the previous film. Kurtz himself called up Director David Cronenberg. Cronenberg almost hanged up immediately, not wanting to tell a person's story, but Kurtz mentioned that the story was still in progress. Kurtz was unhappy with Lucas's pitch for the story. Lucas wanted a joyous celebration while Kurtz wanted an ending that was bittersweet but poignant. Lucas's take was driven by toy sales and not good storytelling which Kurtz saw as "the Cart trying to push the Horse". Kurtz wanted Cronenberg's help rewriting. Surprisingly, like Kershner before him, Cronenberg did well, and the success of the film contributed to a rise in the Director's popularity, resulting in the greenlighting of several of his projects.

The plot of Revenge of the Jedi begins with R2D2, Leia, C3PO and Lando breaking into Jabba's palace to rescue the captive Han(while a dramatic situation, Han's fate was conceived because of Kurt Russell's agent demanding a costly amount to bring him back, leading to the agent's eventual firing by Russell). When Leia is captured, she summons rebel forces to attack Jabba's palace and rescue Han. Han however has doubts about continuing to aid the rebellion and plans on leaving until he hears that the Empire is converting the Wookie homeworld of Kashyyk into a new capital, including a form of terraforming to wipe out the forests on the planet. The Rebels infiltrate the Capitol while Luke goes off on his own to confront Vader. The battle on Kashyyk features the Wookies, including Chewbacca's family, attacking Stormtroopers. Han and Lando have a final battle with Boba Fett(who while having a minor role was quite popular and later advertised as Han Solo's nemesis), where Han is wounded but Lando is able to reach the Millennium Falcon and fire on Boba Fett, who appears to explode, his flaming empty helmet landing on the ground. The wounded Han sacrifices himself in the explosion that destroys the Empire's terraforming machine The Empire is defeated without the Planet's destruction. Luke defeats Darth Vader, and while the Emperor nearly kills him, Vader has a change of heart and kills the Emperor, dying soon after saying his goodbyes to Luke. Luke returns and he, Leia and Lando mourn Han's passing. In the Epilogue, Leia is revealed to be pregnant(implied to be with Han's child) and now has the difficulty of restoring order in the Empire's absence. Luke meanwhile walked off into the sunset, like the cowboys of old. And with that, The Star Wars trilogy came to a close.
 
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