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But as far as the character goes, I just feel like Han was the one main protagonist who really changed the most, for the better. Yes, Darth Vader returned to the Light Side of the Force, and Luke became a Jedi. But Han? He started out a completely selfish dickhead, albeit a likable one, thinking only of a way to get out of debt to Jabba, and by the end, he had committed himself to fighting with his friends for the good of all, while maintaining his irreverent attitude the whole time. To be completely honest, it's almost as if the events of the films brought his true nature to the forefront. For whatever reason, Han had separated himself from everyone else - except Chewie - and had learned to live as a survivalist. But when he saw Luke and Leia, two people who had lost everything, focusing all of their energy into the Rebellion, he thought, "Well, maybe I can, too." It's inspiring, really.
With the Old Republic, however, things aren't so clear for me. I mean, yes, a lot of it has to do with a lack of honestly cool characters in the prequels that have any other qualities besides just appearing on screen. Really, my only option is to go with Ewan McGregor's Obi-Wan Kenobi.
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