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This was the dark alternate ending to Rise of Skywalker in Conceptual Arts: Rey vs Kylo

This was the dark alternate ending to Rise of Skywalker in Conceptual Arts: Rey vs Kylo

Alternate ending for the controversial result of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker In the form of conceptual art by an artist who worked on production. It is a conclusion that has nothing to do with the conclusion made last and which caused a lot of controversy at the time. And of course what the artist suggested John McCoy It was much darker than the end Epic skywalker, with a brutal confrontation between Rey and Kylo Ren. This is how the broker The Direct, who compiled a file 9 arts in the form of story board For such an amazing final battle which we present to you below.

The end of the ninth episode that we’ve never seen

It is the closure that was given to another Triple Star Wars with all Palpatine conspiracy And the final showdown with Ray caused all kinds of conflicting opinions, for many, and it was a real disappointment. However, in Lucas Film They had on the table a much darker and more dramatic alternate ending as Ray and Kylo Ren faced each other in an epic duel. This can be seen in the Conceptual Arts sequence as a story board Which you can see in the next gallery that will make any fan star Wars.

In these pictures we see how King approaching Wasting kilo run Sitting on the throne, in what appears to be a complete submission to the dark side of the force by Han Solo’s son. Soon they would face each other on a narrow platform with swords in hand. Somehow, Ray obtained Kylo’s red sword and was able to cut it, setting her saber Too close to your throat. In the last photo we see how Ray, using force, lifts Kylo while strangling him, with his green flashlight in the other hand. In the absence of a deeper context, it appears that Kylo Ren is finally Surrender to the dark side Ray is forced to stop the new Sith.

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