Darth Vader from Star Wars
Perhaps the greatest villain of all time, Darth Vader has experienced both sides of character transformation. Starting out as the innocent, pod-racing Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace, he becomes corrupted by power and the chance to save his wife Padme by using the dark side of the force. The dark side betrays him, causing the prophecy of Padme’s death to be fulfilled, and it is at this moment that he becomes known as Darth Vader. He remains a villain through A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, but is redeemed when he sees his own son’s suffering at the hands of his long-time master, Emperor Palpatine. After Vader breaks the hold of the Dark Side and kills Palpatine, he asks Luke to remove his helmet so that he can see his son face to face. Luke insists on bringing the injured Darth Vader with him as he leaves the Death Star, saying “I’ve got to save you.” His response: “You already have.”
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