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Can you imagine witnessing the Darth Maul vs Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jin fight?

Updated on December 17, 2017
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Can you imagine witnessing the epic lightsaber fight from the fist episode of the Star Wars saga that involved Daurth Maul against Qui-Gon Jinn and a young Obi-Wan Kenobi? When I saw the film, the first thing that ran through my head was the setting of this particular fight.

It look like a giant ass room that needed a lot of cleaning. Whenever the movie showed a faraway shot of the three bad-asses going at it, I thought of that as the perspective of some custodian seeing the fight.

In other words, imagine being a custodian cleaning that freaking giant-ass room, and catching that fight between Darth Maul and the two Jedi. That would be such a treat for the day!


Of course, I would not even bother to call security. I would just let it go. I mean that fight was just so incredibly awesome on film. Imagine that if it was real life. In fact, I would call out all the other custodians from that sector and start a little pool or something.

Once, the fight is over, when Obi-Wan takes care of business, I would have all the guys disperse in order to keep our jobs, because Obi-Wan has that look like he would totally report us if he saw us watching the fight while gambling.

If Darth Maul would have won, I would have all the guys take off as well since Maul looks like he would just run over to us and kill us for sport. Still, it would be a huge treat to witness that in the Star Wars universe. Even it meant losing your job or death!

Just think, right when you realize that you are witnessing a fight between Jedi and a Sith apprentice, it would be like winning the lotto! Especially this fight because no else is around.

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      Dianna Mendez 5 months ago

      Darth Maul was one of the best Star War villains and would have been great to see more of him in the movie. I can only imagine the thrill of watching this battle!

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