news\ Apr 20, 2016 at 6:05 pm

New details about Supreme Leader Snoke potentially give insight into character's future

Screenshots also reveal a very damaged and feeble man.

There were plenty of details in Star Wars: The Force Awakens that went unexplained that are a source of never ending speculation. Who are Rey's parents? Why does C-3PO have a red arm? How did Rey figure out how to use the Force in like 10 minutes (I really hope there's good explanation for that)? But one question that people seem to have a lot of answers for (including GameZone) is, who is Supreme Leader Snoke?

The Blu-ray of The Force Awakens has been out for several weeks, but one nugget that has popped up, seemingly out of nowhere, that might offer a look into what we can expect from The First Order's Supreme Leader. Just check out the official description of the character:

The Supreme Leader of the First Order, the mysterious Snoke, has no permanent base of operations, preferring to communicate with his minions from a mobile command post. Snoke is powerful thanks to the contribution of the dark side of the Force, and seduces Kylo Ren, abandoning the way of the Jedi to become his apprentice. Snoke but also controls the general Hux and technological war machine of the First Order, designed to destroy the New Republic and the Resistance led by general Leia Organa.

What's interesting here is that Snoke operates from a "mobile command post", perhaps indicating that he has a strong desire not to be found. There are many possible reasons for this, but a few screenshots (embedded below) might give us conspiracy theorists a few nuggets to chew on.

New details about Supreme Leader Snoke potentially give insight into character's future


New details about Supreme Leader Snoke potentially give insight into character's future

What we know for sure is that Snoke is dead set on finding Luke Skywalker. But what we might surmise from these details is that as much as Snoke wants to find Luke, he probably doesn't want to risk being found by the last Jedi, as he doesn't look like he could put up much of a fight.

Then again, looks can be deceiving.

Source: [Radio Disney Club]

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