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Day 6: Underrated Character - I think one of the most underrated characters in all of Star Wars is Grand Moff Tarkin. Now for those that really REALLY like Star Wars and know a lot about the history of different characters and their roles in the Galaxy, I'm sure they understand why I picked him. To most of the general public, they saw this dude in the first movie, never bothered to know his name, and then maybe recognized him in Rogue One when they brought him back with CGI. But that's about all most people know about him. This man was absolutely ruthless. He was raised very strictly on his homeworld by his wealthy parents. He was sent to train in the forests hunting beasts and killing for sport for weeks and months on end during his youth. After he transformed his planet from being hardly known by any galactic citizen to becoming a key planet apart of the galactic republic, he joined the grand army of the republic as an officer. During the Clone Wars he served under the name Admiral Tarkin and was assigned to serve Jedi Master Piell. At one point in the war he and his Jedi Master along with several other officers and clones were captured by the Separatists and tortured/interrogated in the Citadel for information on coordinates of a space route vital to the transportation of Republic goods during the war. After Masters Kenobi and Skywalker came to the rescue, Tarkin and company fought their way out of the Citadel and were rescued. He developed an admiration of Anakin Skywalkers tactics, the man he would later serve alongside, Darth Vader. Tarkin found himself in good favor with the Chancellor and when he rose to power as the Emeror, Tarkin was made a Grand Moff in the Empire. Tarkin was known for his ruthlessness and lack of mercy when commanding his forces. He usurped Director Orson Krennic for control of the Death Star and fired the weapon at the Imperial base on Scarif, killing Krennic and thousands of imperial troops just to ensure the few rebels down there wouldn't escape. He then remained in control of the Death Star until 0 ABY during the battle of Yavin when the rebel Luke Skywalker destroyed the Death Star killing Tarkin and the millions on board.

Day 6: Underrated Character - I think one of the most underrated characters in all of Star Wars is Grand Moff Tarkin. Now for those that really REALLY like Star Wars and know a lot about the history of different characters and their roles in the Galaxy, I'm sure they understand why I picked him. To most of the general public, they saw this dude in the first movie, never bothered to know his name, and then maybe recognized him in Rogue One when they brought him back with CGI. But that's about all most people know about him. This man was absolutely ruthless. He was raised very strictly on his homeworld by his wealthy parents. He was sent to train in the forests hunting beasts and killing for sport for weeks and months on end during his youth. After he transformed his planet from being hardly known by any galactic citizen to becoming a key planet apart of the galactic republic, he joined the grand army of the republic as an officer. During the Clone Wars he served under the name Admiral Tarkin and was assigned to serve Jedi Master Piell. At one point in the war he and his Jedi Master along with several other officers and clones were captured by the Separatists and tortured/interrogated in the Citadel for information on coordinates of a space route vital to the transportation of Republic goods during the war. After Masters Kenobi and Skywalker came to the rescue, Tarkin and company fought their way out of the Citadel and were rescued. He developed an admiration of Anakin Skywalkers tactics, the man he would later serve alongside, Darth Vader. Tarkin found himself in good favor with the Chancellor and when he rose to power as the Emeror, Tarkin was made a Grand Moff in the Empire. Tarkin was known for his ruthlessness and lack of mercy when commanding his forces. He usurped Director Orson Krennic for control of the Death Star and fired the weapon at the Imperial base on Scarif, killing Krennic and thousands of imperial troops just to ensure the few rebels down there wouldn't escape. He then remained in control of the Death Star until 0 ABY during the battle of Yavin when the rebel Luke Skywalker destroyed the Death Star killing Tarkin and the millions on board.