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I think The Knights of Ren should have been the main villains instead of Snoke. Kylo recently formed the group. They are Vader fanatics wanting to learn from the user who had the most potential in the entire galaxy. Luke still has his jedi order which attracts Rey a girl with
potential and wants to prove herself. Perhaps her mother was a jedi who abandoned the rules of celibacy and survived order 66 but was hunted down by Vader and wants to learn from her mother's teachings and Finn, someone who was part of an experiment to create force sensitive stormtroopers. He has a blue
standard blade and Rey has a double bladed purple lightsaber which she constructs as she is proficient with a staff and the bleeding crystal
method is removed. Luke helps train them. Kylo has remnants of the empire who are troopers similar to the appearance of sith troopers that you see in episode 9 and work as body guards for the knights of the ren who are different from
the sith. They collect dark sided artifacts and try to collect sith holocrons that Vader left behind for a sinister purpose. Finn and Rey
fall in love. Leia learns how to use the force by being trained by Luke. Leia has a cyan lightsaber and Luke still has his green one and
Kylo has a green crossguard lightsaber which was gifted from Luke when he trained Kylo but Kylo cracks his green crystal in a fit of rage
causing it to go unstable. He'd be one of the few darksiders to use a color that is not red. Luke realizes his mistakes but tries to make
amends instead of giving up. Along the way to defeat the Knights of Ren, they learn of
other dark siders who are different from the sith, too. They also encounter other force orders that are light sided and even gray sided
and form alliances with them like the Guardians of the Breath and the Imperial Knights and they all have their own beliefs and agenda. They
could also show us, the audience, how they construct their lightsabers and what they learn from the sacred jedi texts.