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I think he was slightly confused by the unexpected hit on the face (with resulting mask damage) and the compassion expressed by Ahsoka.
 
I think he was slightly confused by the unexpected hit on the face (with resulting mask damage) and the compassion expressed by Ahsoka.
   
But this lasted only for a few moments. When he says "Then you will die", he is his "usual self" again. You can see how his grimace changes through the fracture in the mask - it's the enraged expression we know from his Mustafar scenes in Episode III.
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But this lasted only for a few moments. When he says "Then you will die", he is his "usual self" again. You can see how his grimace changes through the fracture in the mask - it's the angry expression we know from his Mustafar scenes in Episode III.

Latest revision as of 06:13, April 4, 2016

At this point in the storyline, Darth Vader is still completely evil. A stone-cold Sith Lord driven by anger and hate.

I think he was slightly confused by the unexpected hit on the face (with resulting mask damage) and the compassion expressed by Ahsoka.

But this lasted only for a few moments. When he says "Then you will die", he is his "usual self" again. You can see how his grimace changes through the fracture in the mask - it's the angry expression we know from his Mustafar scenes in Episode III.

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