Star Wars 8evil guy Snoke has an unknown terrible injury, but, we wonder who attacked him and how is he not dead in The Last Jedi?
It won’t be wrong to say that Snoke is not in the prime health condition.
He is not only extremely decrepit but, he also carries some terrible scars.
Star Wars fans know that he has a huge scar on his forehead. However, there is another one which even deadlier, and we just came to know of it.
He has immense powers, and he is probably capable of soaking strength and Force from others around him. However, it is incredible to see that he is alive despite such a fatal wound.
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The massive scar almost slices the back of his head.
Was it a lightsaber stroke or a Force lightning attack? Was it due to the battle with Darth Sidious or maybe Darth Plagueis? Or does this scar mean that Snoke is none other than Darth Plagueis or a resurrected Darth Vader himself?
These are the questions that will be answered in The Last Jedi.
The unknown injury was revealed courtesy a replica costume which was sold during Halloween. The prosthetic head of the costume was claimed to be “accurate to The Last Jedi motion picture.”
Director Rian Johnson of Episode 8 has already stated that he is going to handle some parts of Snoke’s backstory in the film. The costume now clarifies that we will see the scars in The Last Jedi.
During a conversation with Empire Magazine, Johnson said: “I wasn’t interested in explaining where he came from or telling his history except where it serves this story.”
As per Star Wars Youtube channel Mike Zeroh, Johnson and J.J. Abrams will disclose related parts of Snoke’s complete backstory in their respective films.
Zeroh said: “His backstory will be teased and won’t be fully revealed until Episode 9 in which JJ Abrams will be handling Snoke’s backstory entirely.
“I believe that (Episode 8 will be) telling about Snoke’s injuries and deformities and how he received them, which we have heard would be told in Star Wars The Last Jedi.”
Star Wars: The Last Jedi will release on December 14.