unlikely but this post is just for fun 😉 though luke did say kylo took some students with him on the night of the massacre, increasing the likelihood that they and the KOR are one in the same, force-sensitive individuals. i know they probably wont all be wielding lightsabers, since in the ep7 force vision and concept art they have other weapons but bruh, if i see anything like this in 2019 my soul will depart me
the footage is from the SWTOR “deceived” trailer
Even though my analysis on Rose caused some controversy I have decided to continue with Finn. Finn's story in The Last Jedi may seem lacking upon first look but once you dig deeper there is an interesting story arc with his character. At the beginning of of The Last Jedi Finn, once again, tries to flee from the conflict. He wants nothing to do with the Resistance and fighting for their cause, all he wants is find Rey and guarantee her safety by abandoning the Raddus. That's when Rose becomes vital in his development, once Finn and Rose go to Canto Bight Finn is exposed to the corruption that isn't seen first hand, people profiting off of war with no care in the world. Rose makes him see the finer details, child abuse, animal cruelty, and greed. This is when Finn embraces his role as Rebel and the need to make a change in the galaxy, accepting his past, learning from it, and moving on to a greater cause and belonging. His fight with Phasma is key in Finn's character development when she calls him scum he says "Rebel Scum." That is when Finn fully embraced the fact that he is now a Rebel and when they were on Crait Finn didn't want to flee the battle; he faced the FO head on with 0 hesitance which is something he would not have done in TFA or even in the beginning of TLJ. To sum it up, Finn's story arc is very much about letting go of the past and learning who you are and who you NEED to be.