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  • Darth Vader on Random Most Unforgettable Last Words Of 'Star Wars' Characters

    (#3) Darth Vader

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    "You already have, Luke. You were right. You were right about me. Tell your sister... you were right."

    Darth Vader was the epitome of evil throughout the original Star Wars trilogy, but as much as those movies were about Luke Skywalker ascending to become a Jedi, they were also about the path of redemption that turned Darth Vader back into the man he was. 

    After turning on his Master, Vader took in a ton of Force Lightning power. This left him dying on the ground, so Luke removed his helmet, and his father told him to tell his sister that he was right about him. Someone who turned to the Dark Side of the Force could be redeemed, and in the end, Luke saved Anakin in ways greater than Vader's move to save his son. Vader may have saved Luke from death, but it was Luke who saved his father's soul.

  • Captain Needa on Random Most Unforgettable Last Words Of 'Star Wars' Characters

    (#18) Captain Needa

    "Get a shuttle ready. I shall accept full responsibility for losing them and apologize to Lord Vader. Meanwhile, continue to scan the area."

    Captain Needa wasn't a huge role in The Empire Strikes Back, but it was perfectly punctuated with his final words. Almost immediately after losing the Millennium Falcon, he lets his fellow officers know that he would take full responsibility and do so personally in front of Darth Vader.

    You could see the anxiety the men felt for their commanding officer since few could apologize to Vader and not get the life Force Choked out of them. That's what happened to Needa, who died hearing the words, "Apology accepted, Captain Needa" from none other than the Dark Lord of the Sith himself.

  • General Grievous on Random Most Unforgettable Last Words Of 'Star Wars' Characters

    (#13) General Grievous

    • Star Wars

    "Army or not, you must realize... you are doomed!"

    General Grevious was certainly full of himself when he engaged in combat with Obi-Wan Kenobi. After all, he had killed several Jedi, which is how he got his hands on four lightsabers, but he wasn't up against an apprentice, he was facing one of the most powerful Force-users in the galaxy.

    Still, he showed his confidence by decrying Obi-Wan's doom with the above line. It didn't keep the Jedi from proving him wrong, by destroying the only organic bits the General still possessed. This left him dead on the floor, and Obi-Wan remarked how he really didn't like the brutality of blasters, despite using one to end the General only moments before.

  • Admiral Ackbar on Random Most Unforgettable Last Words Of 'Star Wars' Characters

    (#4) Admiral Ackbar

    • Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, Star Wars

    "Torpedoes inbound! It's been an honor serving with you all."

    Throughout all of time and space, Admiral Ackbar will be remembered for uttering only three words, "It's a trap!" That line was his in Return of the Jedi, and many a meme were born that day. Of course, he didn't die in that film, having met his end two movies later in The Last Jedi.

    Ackbar was on the bridge with his fellow officers as Kylo Ren, and his Tie Fighter escorts attacked the command ship. Ren hesitated to fire into the bridge, which would have killed his mother, but a torpedo still managed to do the job. Leia survived, but Ackbar didn't, though he didn't hold off on delivering a truly honorable final line, which was a testament to his brilliant leadership qualities.

  • Jyn Erso on Random Most Unforgettable Last Words Of 'Star Wars' Characters

    (#7) Jyn Erso

    • Rogue One

    "I do. Someone's out there."

    Jyn Erso was the hero of Rogue One, but like so many heroes, she died at the end of the film. Of course, she didn't pass on without first passing the plans for the Death Star to a Rebel ship in orbit. It wasn't easy, and she had to go up against the Empire in a way that few non-Force sensitive folks could manage, but she did it.

    She utters her final line in response to Cassian, who asked if she thought anyone was out there listening to them. The two then embrace as an explosion kills everyone on the surface, leaving Jyn Erso and her companions martyrs who were instrumental in the destruction of the Death Star.

  • Luke Skywalker on Random Most Unforgettable Last Words Of 'Star Wars' Characters

    (#6) Luke Skywalker

    • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, Star Wars Holiday Special, Return of the Ewok, Star Wars

    "See you around, kid."

    Technically, like some of the other Jedi in the Star Wars universe, Luke Skywalker continued to have dialogue after his death. It's what being a Force Ghost is all about, but that doesn't mean he didn't have a great last line before shuffling off this mortal coil for immortality as a translucent mentor and guide to the Jedi who followed him.

    After showing up on Crait looking a bit more youthful than he had previously, Luke stands up against his former student and nephew which allows the rest of the Resistance to escape. He manifested a Force Projection of himself halfway across the galaxy, and the act killed him. After Kylo delivers the killing blow and realizes he's fighting someone who isn't there. Luke's face says it all as he disappears and says the line, "See you around, kid."

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Nineteen years after the brutal Galactic Empire was founded, the emperor ordered the construction of the death star, a terrible weapon that could destroy an entire planet. Farm Boy Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) on the Desert Planet Tatooine stumble across two rebel robots, R2-D2 and C-3PO, carrying designs for the death star, through them, they meet Jedi Master obi-wan Quinault (Jalík Guinness World Records) , who has lived in seclusion for years and is drawn into the rebel alliance’s struggle against the empire.

The random generator tool collates 20 entries and records the last words spoken by several star wars characters as they prepare to die. This sentence is impressive, touching, but also became their most memorable classic lines. With this tool, you can see Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Darth Vader, Admiral Ackbar, Qui-Gon Jinn, and so on. Do you remember the last thing they said?

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