Luke Skywalker’s Quest for Heroism
In the many adventures of Luke Skywalker, Luke realizes his true potential among his peers in many ways. Starting out as a immature boy, Luke meets Obi-Wan, deals with his aunt and uncle’s death, and tracks down the Death Star in the course of the film. It is apparent in all of these situations that Luke changes drastically mentally and in terms of maturity as he becomes a true hero while gaining the sheer knowledge and dexterity of the Force, saving a princess as well as combatting his rival.
As a young boy living with his aunt and uncle, Luke is a farmer boy who yearns for something else. As soon as he meets a distant relative, Obi-Wan, events start to change rapidly for Luke. Viewing the power of the Force that Obi-Wan wields, Luke is able to see how he can control his mind in order to get past inner and outer obstacles. After Obi-Wan shows him the power of the light saber, Luke abruptly is destined to save the planet after viewing a distress call from a princess his personal droid happens to have saved on his hologram projector. His instant call to action is a closer step to his path of changes, more specifically heroism.
After seeing that Luke must save the planet together with his mentor, his fate turns from bad to worse. Being the happy, pedestrian kid he was before in a normal home changed drastically. He returns home after exploring with Obi-Wan to find that his aunt and uncle have been destroyed in a smoldering blast. With this occurrence, Luke is even more motivated to save the world and avenge these deaths to track down the murderer.
Traveling across the planet to seek a pilot to escort himself across the galaxy, Luke and his cohorts come across Han Solo, a brilliant pilot whose skills can easily get him to the place where distress calls were coming from. Through traveling and learning the Force, Luke now sees the responsibility that lies in his hands. Not only is he trying to save a princess, but he is...