Luke isn't even a fully trained Jedi Knight!:tiphat:
Prequel states that Jedi knights cannot marry or have children...
This was one of the first things that bothered me as a 6-year-old watching ESB: The Millenium Falcon's hyperdrive was not working. Getting to Bespin or any nearby system at sublight speed could take years (generation ship anyone?).
I'm pretty sure that Leia would have noticed of giving birth of another son!This is a requirement to join the ranks of the Jedi under the governance of the former Republic. General Leia wasn't a Jedi Knight, but she had Force affinity. She's the daughter of Anakin Skywalker. We already know she and Han had a son. Who's to say that they didn't also have a daughter, just as Anakin and Queen Amidala did?
I'm pretty sure that Leia would have noticed of giving birth of another son!
Anyway, the idea of Kylo Ren and Rey as brother and sister is intriguing.
Hielor said:It's not a SW thing, it's a JJ thing. The man should not be allowed anywhere near space movies ever again.
Again: and Leia would not know of giving birth to twins? Amidala was aware enough... ;-)What if they were twins, just as Luke and Leia?
What if they did the same thing as was done with Luke and Leia and separated the children to protect them from the First Order?
Again: and Leia would not know of giving birth to twins? Amidala was aware enough... ;-)
Unless Leia and Han was brainwashed by Luke with the use of the Force... or so.
Yeah, the allusion that Solo was for Rey "the father who never ever had" is quite obvious... but the problem remains.
Honestly? It would the next giant leap in steal plots from previous movies and get away with it. :rofl:
In my own personal head canon I always figured it took them maybe a few weeks to get to bespin. They didn't have a working hyperdrive after all.