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Who is Snoke Palpatine?
According to the Star Wars universe, Snoke is an artificial, Force-sensitive entity that Emperor Palpatine manufactured in order to retake control of the galaxy. Ben Solo, the nephew of Luke Skywalker, is persuaded by Snoke, the puppet dictator of Palpatine, to join the First Order as Kylo Ren and use the evil side of the force.
So, who is Snoke? Is he Palpatine’s strand-cast clone? What is Snoke’s motivation? Does he want to become immortal? Or is he simply a puppet of his Master? Let’s explore this question together. What does he want? Does Snoke want to become the Master? This article will answer these questions and more. We’ll also explore whether Snoke has any connection to the Force or not.
Snoke is a strand-cast clone of Palpatine.
Snoke is a genetically engineered being. Like Palpatine, Snoke was created from the DNA of another individual. The Clone Troopers have undergone extensive genetic and technological tampering. Rey’s father was also a strand cast, and Snoke was born from that same body. Unlike Palpatine, Snoke does not possess Force sensitivity. Therefore, he also lacks Rey’s Force-sensitivity.
As the Emperor’s proxy, Snoke was bio-engineered on the planet Exegol. Although he was not a Sith, Snoke was still steeped in the Dark Side. There’s no evidence, however, that Palpatine created Snoke himself. As such, it’s challenging to make a firm conclusion. However, the fact remains that the Emperor’s strand-cast clone is the most plausible candidate.
The Emperor’s puppet, Snoke, was a strand-cast clonus of Palpatine. His creation was the result of Palpatine’s efforts to manipulate Kylo Ren. It is possible to speculate that Palpatine had created Snoke to manipulate his apprentice, but this has been denied by the Star Wars series so far.
While it is impossible to know that Snoke will return to the Star Wars universe, it’s certainly possible. Snoke was originally a strand-cast clone of Palpatine, but his return is still a possibility. Palpatine is known to be interested in finding the secret to eternal life, and so has Snoke. However, two significant questions surround Snoke’s appearance in the new trilogy.
While Palpatine’s strand-cast clones may have no Force connection, the novel has also revealed that the Imperial Remnants created them. This process created thousands of modified clone bodies with Palpatine’s genetic material. Snoke’s strand-cast clone may be Rey’s father, but the fact that he has no Force connection renders him ineffective as a Sith Lord. This novel also has plenty of ideas for the next Star Wars movie.
After the original trilogy, many fans argued that Snoke was the mysterious Darth Plagueis who taught Palpatine the dark ways. This theory fits in with Palpatine’s strategy, but it wasn’t Rian Johnson’s vision for The Last Jedi. As a result, Snoke was discarded from the Sequel Trilogy. The novelization of The Force Awakens revealed the real Snoke.
He wants to become immortal.
Originally, Snoke Palpatine wanted to be immortal, but his desire to do so quickly grew too strong for him. His wish to become immortal came from the desire to avoid the Sith “Rule of Two” – the principle of a master and apprentice that always leads to betrayal. In addition, Snoke wanted to become the Master, so he secretly trained Darth Maul and allied himself with former Jedi Darth Tyrannus.
While his motivations are varied, they do share a common trait. He was obsessed with preventing death and controlling life. He mastered the art of cloning to manipulate Anakin Skywalker and lure him to the Dark Side. Palpatine may have seen Yoda as an immortal being and used that as an opportunity to get rid of him. He hoped to become immortal, which would make him more powerful, but the latter’s death snagged him and turned him against the Emperor.
Snoke was unaware of his origins. He was created in a laboratory by Palpatine but was unaware of it. As a result, he is thought to have lived through the rise and fall of the Empire. The first two episodes of the new trilogy were written during the Palpatine era, and Snoke’s clone body had no connection to the Force. Nevertheless, Palpatine has been writing about the Chosen One prophecy for many years, and his belief that Anakin fulfilled that prophecy is a powerful argument for his decision.
After Palpatine’s death, the new sequel trilogy takes place more than three decades after the events of the prequel trilogy. Besides the new villains, there is also the mystery of Supreme Leader Snoke. Snoke’s true identity remains unknown, as it has no connection to previous events in the Star Wars saga. If Palpatine had been a Sith, his successor must be even more powerful and intimidating.
If the original trilogy is correct, then The Rise of Skywalker will provide new answers about Palpatine’s ultimate goal. After the events of Rogue One, Palpatine’s ultimate goal would have been to become immortal and rule forever, and this death has merged him with the dark side. Palpatine’s death will likely lead to his merging with the dark side, and it will continue to manipulate events since his death.
He has a natural connection to the Force.
While the Rise of Skywalker starts with Palpatine still alive, we’ve got plenty of indications of this character’s ability to use the Force. Palpatine may be immortal due to his connection to the Force. In the Expanded Universe, we could see more answers in future Star Wars movies. He was a mysterious Force power who remained a mystery in the past.
Snoke’s connection to the Force is unusual since none of his clones possessed this ability. However, his “son” possessed a natural connection to the Force, whereas none of his clones possessed it. Palpatine’s genetic material was used for procreation, but the clones lacked that ability. Thus, the creation of Snoke was unnatural, and his connection to the Force is bizarre.
In the Expanded Universe, Snoke is an example of an infamous character with a solid connection to the Force. He is a powerful force user and is not directly connected to the Sith Order, which became extinct after the Battle of Endor. But despite his lack of direct connection to the Sith, Snoke could secretly master the Force and even seemed to understand and use ancient texts and history. This connection to the Force made Sidious realize his existence shortly before death.
While Snoke did not reveal how he gained access to this connection, he did reveal this ability after his daughter killed her father. In a subsequent conversation, Snoke told Ren to kill his father if he felt an awakening in the Force. Ren responded by stating that he did. After learning the truth, Snoke ordered his son to kill his father. The Jedi will never have a chance to return, but Snoke was a master of dark emotions.
While many people think of the Sith as a force-wielding Sith, Snoke’s connection to the Force makes him an unfit vessel for his plan to rule the galaxy. Snoke was born out of Palpatine’s experiments, and even though he had a natural connection to the Force, he was a flawed vessel for his ambitions. But in the novelization of The Force Awakens, Snoke was already known to be Palpatine’s “son” before he had begun his reign on Exegol. However, he could not know that Kylo Ren was a clone.
He wants to be the Master.
The Doctor is a Time Lord. He is the Master of the Time Lord universe. He entered the Government as a human scientist and regenerated many bodies. After the fifth Doctor died, the Master’s personality was reactivated by his wife, Martha Jones. In the episode “He Wants to Be the Master,” the Master is seen as a rogue Time Lord. However, he is a Doctor.
The Doctor and Master were childhood friends separated by time and space. However, as the Doctor grew up, the Master was not allowed to have any memories of his past. His parents were the Time Lords, and they wiped away their memory. This made them create a myth of the “Great Creation.”
In The Black Hole, the Doctor bumped into a Time Lord named Pavo, who was once a Time Lord working for the police. Although it is not known who Pavo was before turning evil, the Flashback comic suggests that he was called “Koschei” in school. However, it is unknown if he was given the name “Theta Sigma” as a code name or an alias.
After the Doctor and the Cybermen entered the TARDIS, the Master was exiled to a forest. After being freed, the Master regained his physicality and fought the Doctor and the Third Doctor. The Doctor helped the Master gain his physicality and was later killed by the Cybermen. The Master later tried to manipulate the conflict and end the war with the Heavenly Paradigm but failed in his efforts and fled. However, he later returned to Gallifrey and regenerated into a human baby.