Published in 2013 the story of Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin, part of the Legends of the Universe series war of starshas achieved some success with fans of the 1977 fiction created by George Lucas, and recently a small but relevant detail about the Death Star's energy source was found inside.

So far we actually know that The Death Star was powered by gigantic Kyber crystalsAs we learn in the canonical novel Tarkin by James Luceno and in some dialogues in the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This peculiarity relates specifically to the first and second Death Star as well as the Starkiller base that appeared in Episode VII and turned the incredibly rich planet Ilum into a destructive planetary weapon.

However, prior to all of these details, Dark Horse had published a story back in August 2013 that it featured the meeting between Vader and the cult of the headless serpent. People associated with this cult used the so-called "base" to supply their city with electricity, to grow their crops quickly and even to protect their planet in emergency situations by destroying enemy ships.

The arrival of Vader was perceived by the serpent as a sign of an important prophecy before the Sith killed it Take the base to Tarkin and use it on a mysterious projectwhich has revealed itself in the course of history with some references on the pages. It should be borne in mind that constant contact with the power emanating from the grassroots has deformed the cultists, making them even more vulnerable to violence and brutality, and as can be seen from the hieroglyphs in the table below, The origin of the base would be nuclear.

What do you think of this possible source of energy in the Death Star? Let us know in the comments. Recall that screenwriter Cavan Scott explained the connection between the Dark Side and the Drengir, and we leave you to announce the new series dedicated to Boba Fett.

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