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Speculation on Episode VIII Planet Name and Scene Being Filmed in Dubrovnik

Ep-8-thumb-1536x864-278076908271As we’ve seen yesterday, many extras that are being seen in Dubrovnik shoot for Star Wars Episode VIII are clad in dark black robes. Recent information that has come to light suggests that these robes are not meant to conceal the character’s costumes, but that they are their costumes – and that, based on a bit of circumstantial evidence, it appears as though the extras could be attending a funeral alongside a major returning character.

 

Unmarked spoilers for The Force Awakens will follow.

 

 

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A word of warning is that some of this stuff might come across as a bit of a stretch at times. Then again, we won’t be seeing this film for nearly two years, so there’s definitely room for this kind of weird speculation.

 

Anyway, let’s get the big spoiler out of the way right now: I’m presuming that the footage being shot will in part feature the funeral procession of Han Solo, who – as you know – was murdered by his mentally-unstable son at the end of the last movie. Since he fell into a burning-hot chasm that was subsequently destroyed by the implosion/explosion of Starkiller Base, there’s no body left to bury, but that doesn’t mean that there’s not time for the Resistance to mourn a fallen hero – based on the below image, it seems as though Leia temporarily ceases the war effort in order to mourn the death of her husband.

 

Leia Robes

 

The image above was tweeted by Carrie Fisher herself, but was quickly deleted back in December 2015. The outfit itself does not seem particularly Leia-like, so I would imagine that she’s only wearing it for such a grave occasion. (Indeed, the site that I’ve linked to outright claims that it’s a funeral gown.) If I’m on the right track, then both this and the revealed footage of Luke and Rey on Ahch-To suggest that Episode VIII will be an immediate sequel to the previous film, which is unprecedented for a Star Wars movie.

 

But more importantly is the matter of where in the Galaxy the funeral is being held. I can imagine that the planet that is housing this funeral procession is one of two places – Han’s home planet of Corellia, or the New Republic’s former capitol, Chandrila. My reasoning for this really just boils down to a single letter, but bear with me. Take a look at these characters:

 

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Aside from their resemblance to McQuarrie’s concept art for Imperial Guards (along with the Rebel soldiers from A New Hope), fans who are experts in understanding the Aurebesh alphabet suggest that the headpieces of their uniforms spell out CBPD – with the last two letters potentially standing for “Police Department”. So if the first letter is “C”, then that might just refer to the name of the planet. Either Corellia or Chandrila would be thematically-appropriate – the former was Han’s birthplace, and would serve as a fitting place to provide remembrance to one of the greatest heroes in the Galaxy, while the latter is the New Republic’s former capitol (as revealed in the Journey To The Force Awakens books) and would likely be sympathetic to the Resistance.

 

McQuarrie Guards

Imperial Guards by Ralph McQuarrie

 

Also interestingly costume designer Michael Kaplan (the person who is holding Leia’s costume in the image we’ve already discussed) was on set during the filming of the procession scene.

 

Kaplan

 

Again, keep in mind that this is just a speculation. I am pretty sure that we will be getting some answers in the next few days. What do you think? Is Dubrovnik a stand in for Corellia, or Chandrila? Could this be Han Solo’s funeral? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

 

 

 

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  • Commander Faol

    I thought it was Correllia as well

  • Portaler

    Seems logical to me. My bet is on birth planet Corellia.

    • obijuanmartinez

      Solo funeral procession on Corellia. In which case, there’d doggone-well best be a Lando eulogy!

      • Jason Garwood

        That’s actually a fucking great way to re-introduce Lando.

        • obijuanmartinez

          …and get him back in the fight!

          • Mr_Crankypants

            In a sapce-Hoveround. Seriously, guys, Billy Dee can barely walk. Give it up already.

      • Jeff

        Chewie gave his DS medal away. See Marvel Chewbacca #5.

        • obijuanmartinez

          Aye, laddie…and if my grandma had wheels, she’d be a station wagon. That is some serious retcon horse-hockey, mein friend! Cuz did NOT get a medal from the Princess. Period.

          • Jeff

            Lol, whatever you say, homie.

  • Pat TheRedman YNWA

    Im dont want to read this but i still do, haha

  • Rancor Cowboy

    the only problem i have with this theory is that police force is a very earthlike moniker. Corsec was always a more starwarsy name for police on correllia. still its a tiny complaint and it wont effect me either way if it turns out to be true

  • Kenny Ritchie

    Sure makes sense. Will be very interesting how Episode VIII opens.

    Perhaps the funeral procession is attacked by the First Order, hence the explosion of the stuntman seen in the video.

  • obijuanmartinez

    That Princess Leia pic is curiously shaped like a marital aid?

    *snicker*

    • Remy Verhoeve

      They took an existing picture of Carrie and imposed the black gown on it for reference purposes

  • Great theory

    That Leia art is really weird.

    • Shaky Premise

      Yep.

  • mifune

    Reasonable speculation. Seems to me Chandrila .

    • obijuanmartinez

      Because…Han Solo wasn’t born there?

  • Jordan

    I like this theory a lot. I definitely approve of Leia and co. giving Han Solo a proper goodbye

  • mabruno

    It looks like they heard the fans’ complaints that nobody seemed to mourn Han in TFA and decided to fix it. That also suggests there will be no time gap between Episodes VII and VIII.

  • Phil Kloc

    This is a lot more unlikely now but I still wouldn’t rule out those cloaked figures being from the Church of the Force and the ceremony is a memorial service for their brethren lost at the massacre on Jakku. I would love for the movie to delve into the Church of the Force.

  • Bruno O. Barros

    The picture of Leia’s black robe is just a dildo joke, guys. Carrie Fisher is known to make this kind of jokes in her Twitter. You’re seeing too much on this.

    Also, a funeral without a body would be just silly. All Star Wars funeral we’ve seen so far needs to have a body.

    Not only that, I think having Han funeral in the movie would be a waste of time narrative-wise. C’mon, these plots need to advance quickly. We don’t have time to mourn and waste time crying about someone who died one movie ago.

    • jazzsax

      Once you see it you can’t unsee it. Even if you really try.

    • temtam

      It’s a dildo joke based on real concept art. Why else would it get deleted?

      TFA went fast enough. We need some time to grieve over Han, because a lot of people felt there wasn’t enough of that in the first one.

      Also, this is a great way to re-group all the characters. Leia will be there, Luke, Rey, maybe Finn, and even Lando. This way they can introduce Lando without making it seem too forced.

      • Bruno O. Barros

        Mourning in front of an empty coffin? Sad and silly at the same time. I highly doubt they’ll do that.

        • temtam

          They’re mourning over the death of their loved one. If someone close to you died, you wouldn’t mourn over them?

          • Bruno O. Barros

            Not in front of an empty coffin just for the sake of having a funeral. If no body was left behind, I’d mourn at home, like sane people do :)

            • TUD

              Then that’s you *cough* you have no heart *cough*

              Obviously no one else is the same.

              • Kenn

                I would also mourn at home in the case of no body or remains being available but yes, we and those with similar views on the matter would be in the minority.

            • Shaky Premise

              So you would deny all the deceased persons loved ones a chance to commiserate with you? That’s pretty selfish dude.

              • Bruno O. Barros

                Dead persons are dead, dude. They don’t have feelings.

                • Shaky Premise

                  You must be a real hoot at parties.

      • Luz

        Yes, you are right, clearly the design is telling us that Leia is looking to replace Han, candidates… may be Finn, Lando?

    • Derth Nadir

      1. A dildo joke with a fabric sample included? I’m sure she found the shape funny (maybe even purposely altered?), but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a real costume.

      2. Mourning/honoring someone you love with a ceremony, even without a body, is not silly. Happens in real life. And just because there have been bodies in past SW funerals doesn’t mean there always have to be. That makes no sense.

      3. The funeral will be interrupted as there is an action scene being filmed there. We don’t know what else could be happening during this scene. The funeral might even be something of an opportunity to gain support from the local systems.

      • Bruno O. Barros

        1. The fabric is part of the joke, dude.

        2. I think it’s silly. And I think lots of people would find that too.

        3. Who would interrupt a funeral? Not even Hitler would do such a thing.

        • temtam

          People have funerals every day for soldiers that got killed at war and have no visible remains. They put a picture up and grieve over the person, because even though there are no visible remains, it doesn’t devalue the persons death.

          And you know who would interrupt a funeral? The First Order. Worse than Hitler.

          • Bruno O. Barros

            Well, I predict people will be very disappointed. I don’t see Rian Johnson wasting precious screen time crying over Han Solo.

          • Shaky Premise

            “And you know who would interrupt a funeral? The First Order. Worse than Hitler.”

            Westboro Baptist Church comes to mind.

    • Luz

      Agree.
      A black robe in this galaxy means Sith.
      I am not sure it means mourning too.

      • Bruno O. Barros

        In this case, it also means dildo.

        • Luz

          “BBC” is called.
          Even from this same picture (it is not new) someone has the theory that Leia is Snoke :D, and she carefully planned the death of his own husband… …
          But this one about the funeral is even worse.

    • Gerardo Perez Fonseca

      “We don’t have time to mourn and waste time crying about someone who died one movie ago.” What, no Time for arguably the best hero and character from the OT? ADHD much?

      • Bruno O. Barros

        God, you’ll have a full Han Solo Memoirs movie just one year after Episode 8. Let Episode 8 be about the new characters… Han played his part well. Let him go.

    • Bluemilk7

      on one hand, i agree. an entire funeral wouldn’t push the story along very quickly. on the other hand, there was nothing in TFA to acknowledge his death. part of me thinks if this is a funeral, it will be very quick and early in episode VIII, similar to us seeing luke and rey interact for the first time.. and then there will be a time jump. just a thought?

      • Bruno O. Barros

        But what about the speeder chase/crash scene? What about the video of people being thrown by what seems a Force push? I think we’re seeing the third act of the movie here… not the first.

        • Bluemilk7

          yeah that’s the reason i’m hesitating. then again, they could be filming scenes from multiple planets/locations at this one location.

  • Remy Verhoeve

    It’s quite interesting (as Star Wars leaks usually are; I also thought Corellia B? Police Squad). The pristine costumes gives me a feeling they are this trilogy’s Bespin Security Guard; and a scene involving mourning Han would be kind of a callback to the carbon freezing chamber as well. I’m saying this because, considering how derivative TFA’s plot is, we might just get further rhyming with VIII: A Game of Clones. I hope, based on Rian’s popularity as a choice for director, that I’m wrong.

    A funeral for Han Solo is of course a believable plot device for Luke to finally get back in gear, though!

    My guess: Luke, Rey, Chewbacca, R2 go to Corellia (or wherever it is) to attend the funeral; reunites with Leia (or, for added stress to the viewer, *not*), 3P0, Poe, Finn. Luke tells Rey, “See what happens when I show up?!” He essentially reverts back to being the reluctant hero, and perhaps Rey is reluctant too, but then Finn and/or Poe drive them to further action anyway (maybe even Leia has given up by now)… Luke knows that Ben must be saved, Rey learns her parentage (a new attempt at creating life from the Force, like Anakin); Finn wants to muster the galaxy against the First Order; in the process he makes Phasma take off her mask and become human again, joining the good cause; Hux leads a fleet around the galaxy in a newly built SUPER destroyer and Kylo Ren reveals Rey’s true identity and that he actually saved her from the Knights of Ren who he killed in the process.

    There you have the basic strokes – you heard it here first!!!1

    • Remy Verhoeve

      Oh, another point in favor of thos speculation – Luke’s presence draws the First Order here.
      The distinct lack of stormtroopers in Dubrovnik though…a man wonders

  • Phil Kloc

    If it is Corellia, it would be a good precursor to the Han Solo stand-alone film that will come out the year after.

  • Derth Nadir

    I was thinking of Corellia when I saw the CBPD (wonder what the B could be for?). I like the idea of a funeral for Han being interrupted by a First Order attack or assassination attempt. It kind of reminds me of the opening funeral scene in Godfather 2.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wsaf-BWF6sI

  • the illustration being held up on the right, haha

    • Luz

      I think the writer of the article didn´t get that joke… heheh
      Clearly is the most important of it!

  • Luz

    Well, calling “mental unstable” to the evil dark side murder is doing a bad help to the people suffering any kind of disease.

    If the film starts exactly where Ep. VII ends, it will change 2 things in SW:
    1. There is not a time lap between episodes, so the well known introduction have not anything to tell us, It cannot tell us what we already know, right?
    2. The film would not start in the space but in Skellig Island.

    • Brewer13

      They can start somewhere else in the galaxy that was happening at the same time as the very end of 7. several days must have passed between blowing up Starkiller and finding Luke. Maybe something new went down with a new character. Then transition to Rey handing Luke the lightsaber. But you are right about the crawl. Maybe it could be like – “Starkiller base has been destroyed and the New Order is on its heel. Meanwhile across the galaxy, another threat to the Republic has brewing…”

      • Luz

        Yes, of course, you are right, they could show us how Phasma, Hux, Kylo scaped from the planet too. Even going back few days.
        But the introduction would be telling us nothing:
        “A long time ago in a far galaxy, a pilot called Poe Dameron with the help of his squadron, and a secret resistance commando on site blowed the most powerful weapon ever built… …”
        Hey, we already know that!
        I know is being too rigid, but SW works like that.

        • Brewer13

          See my crawl entry at the end of my comment. I may have added it after you answered.

          • Luz

            All can be done!
            I am not criticizing, just pointing that it would be different.
            May be Rian Johnson feel the need to explain the meeting of Rey and Luke because it is important and it was not solved in TFA, and then jump a couple of years in time.
            I think characters need time to grow, heal the wounds (Finn or Kylo), develope skills… before a new climax.

            • Brewer13

              Or…. Episode VIII starts with Luke arriving on ach-to by ship. Showing him looking around the ruins. Show him meditating,eating, and doing Jedi rituals. Even show him conversing with ghost Yoda and possibly Obi wan. Show the moment he felt Han die… Then show him waking up one morning and talking to Yoda while staring in the distance “how long must I stay here…waiting..” And Yoda’s reply. “I think your answer has just arrived. she has something that once was lost”. And at that moment he turns around and sees Rey.

              • Luz

                Mmm I think they are going to show us anything we just don´t know.
                A new story or threat to build the film around, even it could be 2 like in ROTJ.
                We all want to know what happen in Skellig, but what is going on with Kylo Ren is important too because TFA didn´t show anything. And also other characters must have any development, Poe, Finn, Mas Kanata, Hux… and introducing the new characters… all related!

    • Kicker2

      They can say where the First Order fleed to (Hux, Kylo, Phasma) just to name one thing for the crawl.

      • Remy Verhoeve

        EPISODE VIII

        After getting her leg unstuck from a pile of garbage, CAPTAIN PHASMA has become obsessed with finding Finn.

        General Hux is sending probe droids looking for Finn, and Rey, to keep Kylo Ren happy.

        Little do they know that all the good guys are off to CHANDRILA B to mourn all those people who died in Hux’s blitzkrieg you maybe missed due to blinking.

        CHEWBACCA, angry with Rey for just taking over…

        Wait why wouldn’t Chewie assume captaincy of the Falcon?

        • Kicker2

          In the book she sits in the co-pilot seat and Chewie motions for to get into the Captain seat. He’s quite ok with it.

          • TUD

            Yep. She even starts tearing up a bit.

      • Luz

        Yes, I think all can be done, but that would be a change in the usual way SW movies start.
        The true is that the meeting was intentionally not solved and we are curious what happened after.

    • Nat

      A brief sequence of a spaceship – FO or Resistance or whoever – could be shown, before cutting to Skellig ; it could even be a ship en-route to Skellig, and so the audience is led to Rey and Luke on the island. Think of the probot landing scene in TESB – we see the one incident from TWO perspectives. The official site’s trailer shows RJ filming Luke and Rey – yes, it’s a pick-up from the JJA shoot, but who’s to say it’s not the *same scene* from a different POV or character perspective…… one that catches a sparkling glint in the sky beyond Luke and Rey, and this could be an FO vessel [or whoever] that has *tracked* the Falcon to Aa-Choo ?! I think TFA made explicit mention of being able to track spaceships. Suddenly, we have an action scene immediately after the calm closure of TFA, with Luke deflecting laser bolts and getting Rey to safety ! ……. Or, it’s a friendly vessel arriving at Skellig…… or the spaceship is in another part of the galaxy and another part of the story, and then we cut to Luke and Rey. Pretty easy to allow for a spaceship to open the film :)

      • Luz

        I am totally agree with you.
        We all are curious about what happened in that first meeting as it was unsolved. Clearly it was not like the meeting between Yoda and Luke.

        Starting a SW movie where and when the last one finished would be a new thing.
        The crawl cannot update us of anything really interesting.
        There is not personage development, no wounds healed, not new skills adquired…
        So if R.J. starts where TFA finished probably the movie will have a clear time jump forward, that is not very common in SW movies neither.
        And if it is a flashback, SW don´t have them usually.

        All new!

        The teaser sequence in Skellig about the meeting from Luke´s point of view, may be we will never watch it in the movie and it was just that… teasing us!

  • Gerardo Perez Fonseca

    Sounds really plausible, I’m guessing they’re trying to fix all the inconsistencies from VII (The funeral, and I’m sure Rey will be defeated more than once in this one)

  • Bruno O. Barros

    Not Corellia. New planet, for sure. This trilogy will be about going forward and expanding the universe, not shrinking it.

    • Gerardo Perez Fonseca

      No, that was Jar Jar Abrams. They’re using tons of designs from McQuarrie, and form the EU, and the OT cast is here (minus Han) so they can and will use planets and lore from the past.

    • Admiral Petty

      You are aware of the fact that we’ve never seen Corellia in the movies right? Most people have no idea that Corellia is even a Star Wars planet, therefore if they showed it, it would not be shrinking the galaxy. Not saying it is Corellia for sure, but your logic doesn’t hold up.

      • Balance of the Force

        1000% agree you. In fact the only time Corellia was ever even mentioned in any of the past films was in ANH when Han was describing how the Falcon can outrun the big Corellian ships. Casual fans will be hard pressed to remember such a small throwaway line, but hardcore fan-boys will be salivating at the thought of finally seeing the birthplace the Star Destroyer and some of their favorite characters. IMO thats a win-win at the box office.

        • Bruno O. Barros

          Won’t happen. Pretty sure they’ll just use new (never-mentioned-before) planets on this trilogy.

          • Admiral Petty

            Possibly, but your reasoning has no basis in facts whatsoever. The planet has a 50/50 shot of being completely new or being one that has previously been mentioned.

          • Balance of the Force

            How can say “Wont happen” as if you know for sure, then right after say “pretty sure they’ll just use new planets.” That sounds pretty contradictory to me. You obviously have nothing to do with the production of this movie, so your reasoning for this planet not being Corellia is moot point.

  • The Darthside

    Good catch. Han’s funeral it is…. and since it’s a great meeting point for hero’s of the rebellion past and present, it’s about to be crashed.

  • TheRaper

    Well Lora, it’s not Naboo.

  • Gerardo Perez Fonseca

    Funeral vibes, anyone?

    • Bruno O. Barros

      This robes are just to hide their costumes. They’re most likely part of the CBPD troopers.

  • MaxboxOne

    Yes this is the most logical theory. I hope we get to see how Kylo is dealing with Hans death too

    • mabruno

      It could be a ceremony to mourn the destruction of the Hoth system, including the New Republic’s capital planet.

    • Mathew

      I wonder what would happen if Ben Solo showed up to Han’s funeral. That would be awkward.

  • Bryn Smith

    So stupid! The planet is called Not-Nabo

  • cocomelastico

    CBPD?

    Chandrila/Corellia Beach/Bay Police Departmen?

    Or perhaps CB stands for a new planet which name has two words.

    Nevertheless, for those who have or have seen “The essential guide of planets and moons” look at Chandrila (or google it up) it looks a lot like the Dubrovnik bay.

    • Mr_Crankypants

      Bay Watch : Corellia Beach

  • Mr_Crankypants

    I think I’ve got it. This footage is for a sequence set on a brand new, innovative, world-sized super-weapon called “Charkiller Base”.

    • TUD

      That would be stupid. Shmarkiller Base, on the other hand, would be incredibly innovative and original.

      • Shaky Premise

        No. Fnarkiller Base. What is my prize?

        • Mr_Crankypants

          Pffft…what, you guys can’t read Aurabesh?!!! “CBPD”, be-otches!

          • Shaky Premise

            Ok then. Charbroiled Burger Police Department.

            • Mr_Crankypants

              I smell a Disney tie-in! Also, burning toast.

              • Shaky Premise

                A Disney cooking show. Vader can be the host.

  • Drool Bear

    Generally you don’t name your police department after the planet your on. You name them after the city they are in.

    • Remy Verhoeve

      I don’t think there is a prohibition on naming a police force after a planet. Anyway anything in aurebesh – which moviegoers worldwide have no clue is an actual alphabet – can be tongue in cheek, a wink to patethic nerds like yo… myself

    • Redeyepunk

      Coronet is the capital of Corellia :)

      • TUD

        Roasted.

  • Jaros

    My initial reaction was that these guys were some of the Knights of Ren

  • TUD

    My bet is on Corellia.

    • Dani Català

      I think the guards with such indications and “C” letter pretty much confirms this is not Naboo. I WISH IS CORELLIA :D

  • Antonio

    Modern Naboo?

    • American_Ignorant

      It’s been 30 years since we last saw Naboo (end of ROTJ spec Ed) and the architecture was the same at that point as it was 30 years prior to that.

      • TUD

        Ah, that’s true. Then again, that was the big city. The lands of the commoners could have become more wore-torn and subdued in appearance.

      • Lora

        Well we saw just small part of Naboo. Naboo is a huge planet with many cities and towns.

        • American_Ignorant

          Actually it’s sparsely populated with few human settlements. Welcome to knowing Star Wars lore.

          • Mr_Crankypants

            “Ohheeewww, I’ve wasted my life.” – Comicbook Guy

            • American_Ignorant

              I wish I knew about math and science as well as I do Star Wars. I’d make a lot more money. Alas.

              There’s always Hidalgo’s job. One can dream.

  • Me Vil

    As much I love Han Solo, a funeral is unnecessary, in my opinion. His death was well done. TFA was a brilliant tribute to OT with style and old characters. Now we have to move forward.
    If this is a Solo funeral it has to be important inside the plot. Otherwise, i don’t see the point.

    • Remy Verhoeve

      It would draw Luke there and by extension The First Order. It might be a wake for everyone in the Hosnian system as well as those who fought to destroy Starkiller base.

  • mifune

    I hate Leia ‘s new costume. She has been more forward thinking person , and seems to be out of her character.

  • Stevo

    It looks to me like Michael Kaplan is saying “Look how much Leia looks like a big, black phallus”.

    • Cole

      …can’t…unsee…

  • Darth Sixkiller

    A service of kinds for Han would make sense initially, but Chewie would be missing as we must assume he’s waiting to play chauffeur to Rey & Luke.

    More likely this is a remembrance service for the lost people of the republic – a system and all the senators presumably perished – something more likely to bring about a large state mourning event than the death of one former smuggler, no matter how much WE loved him.

    I bet Leia spends most of Ep8 on chandrilla being political trying to get the new republic to re-militarise, so that’s where this’ll be.

  • mabruno

    Yes, thanks.

  • Luz

    Nabo, without one -o-, in spanish can be used to mean exactly what the drawing of Leia seems.
    It can be also a root vegetable, Brassica Rapa, of course not a coincidence, dildo shaped.

    So yes it is Nabo :))

  • Shaky Premise

    What’s with the spoilers for The Force Awakens? Even unmarked ones? It’s been almost 3 months now, if people who come to this site haven’t seen it yet then it’s their problem if they get spoiled.

  • Snark Vader (alias Grant)

    I’d rather see Corellia. If they are going by the old EU, Both are more of the same arboreal type environments we seen to death already but Corellia is one I’ve always wanted to see just because it’s one of the core worlds and so many important characters are from there. Only upside to seeing Chandrilla is maybe seeing Mon Mothma again. I just hope this episode isn’t done entirely in real time far as taking place immediatly after TFA, There needs to be at least one year passage of time for the characters to grow.

  • Lora

    Naboo…

  • cbantha

    If they go to Corellia for even just one scene, it would be great because it would validate parts of the old EU and it could also tie into the young Han Solo movie

  • Tuareg Mahoma

    I don´t want the new episode taked few precious minutes to show Han´s funeral or anything like that. I say move along and show us something new, I want the story in motion and go further rather than step back. We have seen the death, everyon was sad, that´s it, Rey moved along and so should the others.