Daily reminder that this mask is only used as a fashion statement, and has no other purpose.
Its for intimidation/looking like Vader.
If you're a grunt/civilian/enemy/whatever, and you see a hooded figure with a lazer sword, force powers and that mask, you think "Oh shit. This guy means business."
If you're one of those people and see Adam Driver trying to look intimidating you laugh your ass off.
That's even worse. He's the guy that wears sunglasses at night. It's his fedora. Why did they have to make such an edgy villain? It's like they tried to find Vader's depth, but settled for teen angst.
>never knew his dad
>had to abandon his mom
>jedi council won't let him rescue her
>finds out his mother has been killed
>conflicted because he wants to protect his gf
And Kylo has already acted more edgy in one movie than Anakin did in three. You for real? At least he didn't through pissy fit tantrums and smash up a bunch of equipment. Kylo Ren acts like a fucking 12 year old, and got his shit pushed in by a teenage girl. You feel old?
>A lot of his power comes from scaring the shit out of his enemies and subordinates.
he scared his subordinate so much that he defected and brought down his secret weapon
stupid greeks, that crest is only there as a fashion statement
Well, with a face like that he won't break any hearts.
I just got out of a 10:15pm p.s.t. showing of star wars. It was my second time watching and I enjoyed it much more than the firat time. I couldn't stand it the first viewing
The helmet is part of a clan that kyloe was a part of in the flashback of the knights of ren. That plus being a tryhard vader is the only reason he wears it
It looked and sounded like it was made of solid steel every time he set it down or dropped it. Pretty sure it functions as a great piece of head protective armor apart from its obvious intimidation factor.
You're probably more cut out for reddit.
It has a narrative purpose, him taking the mask off was symbolic of his emotional state becoming more vulnerable as he was no longer hiding behind a 'mask' of artificial confidence (just like the physical mask is just for artificial intimidation)
>dedicates his whole life to training as a sith
Half of it at most.
He also murdered his own father and is visibly shaken, and gets shot in the gut with a bowcaster that was shown to kill people it doesn't even hit directly.
He doesn't know how to badguy so i guess it fits the plot, you know the whole