"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" owes a lot of its impetus and storyline construction to the first "Star Wars" film, otherwise called "A New Hope." And part of that contains its triumphal success against a giant planet-destroying weapon filled with faceless, nameless (literally!) stormtroopers.
But we understand that the fight against the First Order is anything but around - those men all are gon na be back in the third and second parts of the trilogy, and they are gonna be less safe than ever. But where will we discover them when "Episode VIII" starts? Overwhelming the Opposition?
So she is probably dead like the remainder of her soldiers?
Nope! Sorry, your time, Boba Fett has passed.
Given that Kennedy called her "a baddie in the finest sense of the word," likely in exactly the same part she is already filling: as a baleful henchman. Having said that, I could quite definitely see her taking her humiliation at his hands, and Finn's treachery, rather personally and going after him herself, like a bad Brienne of Tarth. But if that occurs, let us hope she gets Podrick that is bad, also.
We also can suppose he managed to get away Kylo Ren -world and is taking more Force training to be received by him, depending on the orders of Supreme Leader Snoke. From there it is difficult to say. Presumably he will continue to be the right hand man of Snoke, making addresses that are terrifying and inspiring their soldiers to be horrible around the Galaxy.
Nevertheless, it appears quite unlikely he'll be anything or the Supreme Leader's golden boy, freely his brainwashing system backfired with Finn and given very. It looked like there was tension between him and Snoke, who certainly favors the considerably less methodical Kylo Ren. Maybe that will be exacerbated by the recent failures of Kylo farther, and we'll see a much more stressed in future movies out Hux.
We understand he feels a pull which he's desperately trying to rid himself of; his rage problems make him difficult to take seriously as a leader; and he is not even completely trained in the manners of the Dark Side. Add in the movie's climax, where he kills his father, gets a bowcaster blast right to the torso (and attempts to repair it using the Fonzie approach to defeating the issue into entry, that has been bound to not work), and then isn't only rejected but outright conquered when he offers to coach Rey - and the child is really far away from being a Vader-degree badass.
By the end of the film we understand he is on his way for his "closing training" from Snoke, having passed the Supreme Leader's test. But did killing Han enable his head to clear and adopt his Sith targets, or is he going to be more shaky and messed up as an outcome of his patricide?
Either way, make no mistake that Rey and Ren are bound for a rematch sooner or later down the line - and chances are he will likely have the upperhand of which mental path he ends up on.
Guy, we do not even understand who or what this man is except that he is Andy Serkis. Who understands what his endgame is?
So, things don't seem to be looking fantastic for The First Order after "The Force Awakens." A good chunk in their space Nazi military might be not alive, and their planet-sized Starkiller base is kaput.
But that does not mean they are down for the count just yet. Like the Rebel Alliance before it, the organization is miniature in contrast, although the Resistance exists under her order, obviously.
If they do not already have some human cultures under their management already of course... They need to be getting their kid soldiers from someplace. They must have some cultures under their management, if they have found a means to procure child soldiers.
Talking of which, they will need to compensate for the loss in work force, which has got to include cloning new troopers, given the lip service the thought got in "The Force Awakens." They must construct amounts instantly, in the end, and clearly can not rely on the system of brainwashing kids of Hux. Plus, given that Rian Johnson is directing the next movie, it is safe to say if given the opportunity he'd have the ability to knock some actual clone horror from the park. Let us trust which he does!