8 Prequel Star Wars Moments That Lucas Planned In 1977.
6. Darth Vader’s Past A Mystery
In 1980 everybody learnt that a considerable measure of Darth Vader’s past was unimaginably subjective. However, even before the series’ choice to make him Luke’s dad, Lucas was quick to play up the character’s baffling past.
In spite of the fact that R2-D2 had the Death Star plans when the group wound up in the space station, he’d have been senseless to not have checked their records. What’s more, as per C-3PO he did; he lets us know there were detailed documents on everybody on board, of Darth Vader, of whom there was no trace.
Despite the fact that Obi-Wan was extremely open about Vader’s past, this choice to highlight his secret shows how Vader’s place in the adventure was beginning to shift.
5. The Rebellion Was A Splinter Of The Senate
As per the original history, as the Emperor fixed his hold on the Republic. He bribed and extorted his approach to having half of the systems in his pocket. These degenerate legislators chose to turn a blind eye as the Empire rose, prompting the absolute Imperial Senate. Those on the other side initially strove for political determination. However, Darth Vader quickly dealt with them, which prompted and radicalized opposition.
A noteworthy subplot of Revenge Of The Sith that was cut from the film dealt with the early seeds of the Rebellion in a similar way. In it, Padmé schemes with Bail Organa, Mon Mothma and other future Rebels. It’s the inspiration for her generally out of nowhere remark on the Separatists authenticity.
The notes also shed some light on the extent of the Rebellion. The group who demolished the Death Star are depicted as the aggressor branch, questionable to the point when Bail Organa had a fall out with his daughter when she went along with them. This sentimenr was never investigated past these notes.