>Master Luke, I should inform you that your uncle owned me for years several decades ago and neither I nor him reference this at any point.
how many fucking protocol driods has he seen on his god damn moisture farm desert shithole planet?
Pretty sure in 6 films 3po is the only protocol driod we ever see, why the fuck wouldnt he forget the one that his half-brother(?) made as a child and was just chilling at his place while Shimi was off getting raped by Sand people
when the appliance has a distinctive way of talking and is sentient then yes I would
shit man, I remember my dad's betamax vcr in vivid detail and I haven't actually seen it in 20 years.
C3po they actually had interactions with daily and he had a name and a personality.
>they're robots that someone built
There ya go, backstory complete. No need for these two random droids to be at the fucking heart of literally every major event/war in the galaxy since the time they were built.
>Luke, you know how I don't like you talking about your father more than absolutely necessary and I always try to change the subject when you bring him or Old Ben up? Well, let me unnecessarily tell you about how this droid once belonged to your father so you can badger me with more questions that I don't like you asking.
>Behold: The greatest achievement in the universe! THE SINGULARITY ENGINE!! The perfect marriage between man and machine. Their beauty will be haunting!
What did he mean by this?
Simple. Each trilogy takes place in its own completely separate fractal multiverse.
Episode 8 will begin to unveil this and Episode 9 will spell it outright for the plebs. The first tip off will be when Luke takes Rey back to his little Jedi yurt on the cliff planet and Yoda is just there chilling. That'll be a big "wtf" moment for the audience who will then slowly begin to realize that they're not in the same galaxy far, far away that they thought they were.
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