>Henceforth, you shall be known as Darth...........(heavy, focused breath)
>pulls out script and quickly flips through the pages, scanning with his lightning filled fingertips
>Darth........(mumble) (mumble) whereisit..........AH! Ah, yes. (his finger stops)
>(heavy, Sheev'y breath)
Sith masters basically reach out into the Dark Side when knighting their apprentices to come up with a name. Basically the midichlorians tell them what their Sith name should be.
Why do they have to be Darth anything? I'm assuming it's a title but it's a big giveaway in someone's lifestyle as such. Jedi don't have dumb naming shit like that, just wondering why they'd bother
>Because 'Vader' is Dutch for "father" so when in Episode V you reveal to Luke you're his father, years later retards can make the connection and pretend it's what Lucas was going for and it will even be mentioned in Pitch Perfect by Anna Kendrick so just go with it asshole
>I'm assuming it's a title
>"A young jedi named Darth Vader"
>"You can't win, Darth."
Lucas was making it up as he went along
It was retconned into a title just like Tatooine costumes were retconned into Jedi robes
The Dutch are the most evil bastards to walk the Earth, Sheev knew they were closest to the Dark Side of the Force.
>Kendrick says it means father in German when it actually means father in Dutch
>Kendrick says this despite the fact that everyone knows Lucas didn't plan on the father twist and it wasn't written into Empire until it's third draft
this is why women shouldn't make movies
They are also the statistically tallest people on earth.
In retrospect they should have written the first movie better and named childhood Anakins best friend Vader. Vader could have done something that changed Anakin's life and foreshadowed his turn to the dark side. Then when Anakin has to choose his name that event comes to mind
Or just make it Anakin's pseudonym he chosses himself. He names himself Darth Vader without Obi Wan knowing about it and he hears about all the terrible deeds that so called Darth Vader did and no "He even killed younglings" bullshit
In retrospect they should have never done the prequels, it would have worked better if the Vader's ascension and the Clone Wars and everything remained a occasionally referenced mystery
I mean really, nobody needed to see him as a child, I would've never liked to learn he was called Annie etc
There were some lines about only using your powers for defence and never attack and about keeping your mind clear and free of hate. Kinda like the Shaolin monks with some samurai stuff mixed in too.