In many ways, Darth Sidious is actually more sinister than his puppet Lord Vader. The Emperor of the Galactic Empire, the dark lord, played for the long term manipulating thousands of people in the Senate to centralize power for himself. He used this position to create clone soldiers to execute Order 66, which ended the Jedi Order in one fell swoop. Inspired by Sherlock Holmes and legendary military strategists such as Alexander the Great, Grand Admiral Thrawn is the first character on this list to originate from books related to the subject.
He also has the distinction of being the first major villain of the post-Return of the Jedi era. The “Thrawn” trilogy of the 1990s remains the most famous book of all, as it rejuvenated the franchise and introduced this tactical genius. While there is some debate among fans about whether Kylo Ren should continue to be considered a true villain after The Rise of Skywalker, his appearance in The Force Awakens is our favorite, and there he is firmly involved in the field of the bad guys. From the intimidating crossed lightsaber to his chaotic nature, which makes the audience feel that even he doesn't quite know what he's going to do next, Ren's vivid characterization and volatile personality (not to mention Adam Driver's performance) helped make The Force Awakens a worthy successor to the original trilogy.
The story of Boba Fett is almost as long as Star Wars itself, which premiered in 1978, and has since been a fan favorite, living many other lives on the page beyond the movies. He worked for the Empire, joined other bounty hunters and even became the leader of the Mandalorian people. With his return to the Disney canon, he has a whole new future full of adventures that fans are looking forward to, such as The Book of Boba Fett. While not the first actor to play Boba Fett, the veteran of the prequel trilogy Temuera Morrison brings newfound charm and power to the legendary bounty hunter, whose armor, propellant backpack and laconic personality made him a breakout star despite his relatively short screen time in the original trilogy.
Moff Gideon became one of the main antagonists of The Mandalorian towards the end of the main character's first season. However, the Emperor was able to locate his son and daughter-in-law and killed them by an assassin named Ochi from Beston, who later died of hunger on the planet Pasaana. Boba Fett began his career in Star Wars as a mysterious cartoon character in The Star Wars Holiday Special and as a faceless villain in The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi, before making the leap to classic Legends books and comics. From the first part of A New Hope to the end of Rogue One and beyond, Vader's intimidating face is synonymous with Star Wars.
As emperor and dark lord of the Sith, Emperor Palpatine is one of the most effective Sith and Empire characters on the list. He reappeared once again in the sequel trilogy to try to regain his power in the galaxy and, if they hadn't stopped him, it's fair to say that the Star Wars chronology would have taken an even darker path, leading to a new evil era. The character is also in possession of a dark sword, with which he has probably carried out several heinous acts. One of the most hated characters in Clone Wars and for good reason, Nuvo Vindi was the absolute definition of a mad scientist.
The Grand Admiral is one of the most sociopathic and intelligent characters in the Star Wars franchise. Star Wars is a story about good triumphing over evil, heroes overcome all the challenges that come their way and defeat villains. Darth Sidious communicated by hologram with General Pryde and ordered him to destroy a planet with a Sith Star Destroyer. Vader, witnessing the suffering of his son, turns against his master, who is the enemy of the Galactic Republic and a traitor, and redeems himself by throwing the evil Emperor into the well of the Death Star reactor and fulfilling the prophecy as the Chosen One.
The Emperor gains full control of the First Order and orders the destruction of the planet Kijimi through a Sith Star Destroyer (commanded by Pryde) as a show of strength. . .