Snoke’s true identity remains a mystery, with some claiming he is Gallius Rax, but have you ever wondered how he became so disfigured?
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According to Star Wars YouTuber Mike Zeroh, the First Order’s Supreme Leader will go head to head in a flashback scene during Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.
In his new video, he says: “We have heard that there will be a Snoke puppet/suit that was constructed over at Pinewood Studios in the UK.
“This is for the physical Snoke, the non-CGI version.”
He continued: “One of the new details we got…is that this puppet/suit is actually meant to be moving around quite fast in a specific scene.
“It makes me wonder if he will be engaging in a battle against somebody.
“If you ask me, I think it would be proper for him to go up against Luke Skywalker in a flashback scene.
“[One] where Luke, by use of a lightsaber – or heck…using force lightning – against Supreme Leader Snoke, shows us exactly how he became how he is in The Force Awakens.”
Zeroh added: “We do know from expanded pieces that Snoke used to be a handsome person and obviously in The Force Awakens…he’s all messed up.
“His face is all scarred and I think a lot of people want to know how Supreme Leader Snoke got those scars.
“It would be so cool to see a little snippet, inside of a flashback…where Luke Skywalker goes up against Snoke and essentially slashes his face or uses force lightning.
“I have full belief that it was by Luke Skywalker. He seems to have a grudge against [him].”
Zeroh added it would be similar to when Mace Windu melted The Emperor’s face in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
He concluded: “It seems like Snoke wants to get rid of [Luke] by means of Kylo Ren.
“In the Force Awakens it seems like [Snoke] is…afraid of Luke Skywalker.
“He said, ‘The resistance must be destroyed before they get to Skywalker’, because he knows that if Skywalker returns, the new Jedi will rise.
The Star Wars expert theorised that Snoke will ask Kylo Ren to assassinate Luke and bring him Rey.
Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi will be released in UK cinemas on December 15, 2017.