5. The Original Death Troopers
At this point, everybody thinks about “Death Troopers,” the rebel dark clad stormtroopers that served to safeguard Director Krennic in his determined mission to breathe life into the Death Star in Rogue One. In any case, in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, “Death Troopers” were altogether different. As depicted in the Death Troopers novel, they’re a piece of an Imperial bio-weapons project that was utilized to fundamentally restore the dead. Known as project “Blackwing,” the zombie infection went out of control and infected the whole Star Destroyer. This compelled Han Solo and Chewbacca, along with some original characters made for the novel, to battle their way through a Star Wars mod for Left 4 Dead. The story is eminent for being one of the franchise’s only horror stories (the prequels don’t take this into account). Furthermore, this is the only clarification for those unpleasant zombie stormtrooper cosplays you see each Halloween.
6. Lord Starkiller
He comes from the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed computer games. Furthermore, he’s Darth Vader’s “Plan A.” Do you recall when Vader revealed to Luke they could oust the Emperor and rule the galaxy together? As per these computer games, that wasn’t Vader’s first time attempting that trick. As it is, you play as the character of Galen Marek, Darth Vader’s apprentice who was practically raised by Vader after Vader killed Galen’s Jedi father. Vader needs to utilize his student to oust the Emperor. Like a typical Star Wars game, you had to make on specific choices, including whether you will eventually battle Vader or the Emperor. The “great” end of the amusement includes the apprentice biting the dust while saving a few senators who would go ahead to form the Republic. The “terrible” ending includes Marek being compelled to fill in as the Emperor’s servant after Marek slaughters Vader.
In a portion of the DLC for the game, it divulges upon who Marek gets to be while serving the Emperor. He’s known as “Master Starkiller” and wears some horrifying Sith armour. In these substitute universe DLC missions, Starkiller murders Jabba’s rancour, Boba Fett, and Obi-Wan Kenobi. In yet another DLC mission, he really swings Luke to the Dark Side and makes the young Jedi an apprentice so they can topple the Emperor together. In this way, Lord Starkiller is sufficiently strong enough to go up against a portion of the heaviest hitters in the Star Wars universe.