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Wielders and Symbolism
The Force Wielders lived in harmony for many decades before the outbreak of the Clone Wars, but the arrogant Son began to get more powerful, worrying the Father. The Father called upon the Chosen One to replace him and keep balance in the Force. Also coming to Mortis, on Jedi Shuttle 634, was his master, Obi-Wan Kenobi and his padawan Ahsoka Tano. The family sent Anakin through a test, proving he was the Chosen One. After the test, the Father asked Anakin again to replace him, but Skywalker refused. Before the Jedi could leave the planet however, the Son crashed them to the ground. The Daughter, desperate to aide her father, showed Obi-Wan the Dagger of Mortis while Ahsoka was taken under the Son's control. Anakin, Dark Ahsoka, Obi-Wan, Daughter and the Son then broke into a fight, leading into the accidental murder of the Daughter. The Father, mortified by his daughter's death, prepared to kill his son, who managed to momentarily turn Anakin to the Dark Side as well. A final fight insued, leading in to the Father's suicide and Anakin killing the Son. With all three Force Wielders dead, and balanced technically restored, the trio of Jedi were transported back in to their position that they were in before their encounter.