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If the answer to the question “why did that character do that?” is “because the plot required them to” then there’s something fundamentally wrong with both your plot and your characters. 



Part of Luke Skywalker’s Arc in the Original Trilogy was to overcome the failures of the Jedi, which he did because he was able to remain true to his emotions and embrace them while still staying on the Light Side. The Last Jedi needlessly undid that. Luke Skywalker was never intended to be a text-thumping wingnut with a hubris about his bloodline because he saw how flawed his family was and he realized that emotions are not the path to the dark side, if one knew how to control those emotions.

Anyone who says that Luke Skywalker’s character was not assassinated in The Last Jedi is objectively wrong.



imagine: a CHEESY WESTERN production of Henry IV part 1. The tavern where they all hang out is an old West saloon. Falstaff looks like Rooster Cogburn from True Grit. Worcester wears a black hat. The robbery sequence is actually a TRAIN robbery.

And all of the dialogue is exactly Shakespeare’s until it gets to Hal’s line, “Two stars keep not their motion in one sphere/ Nor can one England brook a double reign,” at which point, it’s replaced by the words, “This town ain’t big enough for the two of us.”


Watching The Hollow Crown…

And, like…now that I know a bit of history I’m kinda disappointed they don’t make Richard II a more rounded character. Like, from what i remember, he was pretty boss as a kid but you wouldn’t know it from they way they show him here.

Though I don’t blame them for having his wife still be alive, she was pretty cool.

Richard II, Act 4, Scene 1


Northumberland: My lord, dispatch; read o’er these articles.

Richard II:




Richard II, William Shakespeare (1597)

A quick guide to Shakespearean men


Hamlet, the little emo shit

King Lear, the big emo shit

Romeo, the hormonal emo shit

Puck, just a little shit tbh

Macbeth, the Scottish emo shit

Henry V, the frat boy emo shit

Brutus, the honorable emo shit

Othello, the poc emo shit

Richard II, the greedy emo shit

Don Jon, the illegitimate emo shit


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