11 villain origin stories we want next from the Star Wars universe

Most of what we see from Emilia Clarke’s Qi’ra in “Solo” isn’t villainous at all. She is Han Solo’s first love, and gets caught up in a life of crime when he stops her. When Han finally returned to her roots, she was with the evil Dryden Vos of the Crimson Dawn. But after Han confronts Vos, Qi’ra kills her boss, sending Han away with his two-time master, Tobias Beckett. Refusing to give up her life of crime while she’s in the driver’s seat, she contacts the true leader of the Crimson Dawn, Maul.

And after that? Well, we don’t know. We know almost every beat of what Maul has achieved then, but what about Qi’ra? She’s resurrected later in the original Trilogy comic, but there’s a hole in her story during those early years of the Rebellion, and another as the Galactic Civil War enters its final stages. Since she still seems to be in Crimson Dawn, by Star Wars standards, that ultimately makes her a villain. Also, if we were Qi’ra, seeing Han with a princess would be very angry.

But how sinister Will she be? Without a doubt, Maul asked Palpatine to keep an eye on his work, through the perception of the dark side of his Support Force, if nothing else. Does he care much about Qi’ra? Leaving Jabba alone shows that the Emperor has no interest in criminal organizations. But if Qi’ra somehow survives to the age of the sequel trilogy, leverage over Han – and his kid – could prove very useful over Palpatine’s flesh puppet, Snoke .

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