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The Skywalker twins, Luke and Leia, have both experienced great loss, within the lineage of their own bloodline.
"Luke: I’ve seen this raw strength only once before."
He is no doubt talking about his nephew Kylo Ren. We saw glimpses of Kylo’s power in The Force Awakens, but we should see it in full “Force” in The Last Jedi, going back to the devastation his great strength caused.
Luke appears to have barely survived Kylo’s Jedi purge, pulling himself out of the wreckage just in the nick of time.
"It didn’t scare me enough then, it does now."
Once again, we see Luke’s former Jedi temple burning to ashes, along with his former students, (no) thanks to Kylo Ren.
Rey seems to be sympathizing with Luke, after likely learning of the great pain he has endured over the years.
"Kylo Ren: Let the past die."
Kylo is letting go of all his attachments, embracing the future instead, which is always in motion.
We get a glimpse of the sexiest ride in the galaxy, with Kylo Ren’s TIE-Silencer. We see him displaying the piloting skills that run through his blood — Anakin, Luke, and Han Solo — making easy work of his adversaries.
"Kill it. If you have to."
"That’s the only way to become what you’re meant to be."
We see Princess, sorry, General Leia feeling a disturbance in the Force, which happens to be her wayward son Kylo Ren. Since the untimely death of Carrie Fisher, we’ve been wondering what would become of Leia’s fate.
We seem to have our answer, with her son that she raised as Ben Solo embracing Kylo Ren and the darkness within, no matter what the cost.