Cautioning: The accompanying article contains spoilers for Star Wars: Darth Vader #10 by Greg Pak, Raffaele Ienco, Neeraj Menon, and VC’s Joe Caramagna, at a bargain now.
At the point when we last saw Darth Vader, he was going to enter the amazingly perilous cloud prompting the planet Exegol. However, before he could enter, his way was impeded by the presence of a Summa-Verminoth – the same animal that assaulted Han Solo during his shot at the Kessel Run. However, this specific Summa-Verminoth was something other than what’s expected inside and out, having developed to chase its sort. These animals in their characteristic state are viewed as the summit hunters of room, yet this one was indisputably the highest point of the evolved way of life until Vader broke it in a greater number of ways than one.
The Summa-Verminoth that Vader discovered was gigantic, yet as Vader’s followers called attention to, it was a subspecies. No clarification was offered concerning why it was quite a lot more dangerous than a normal Summa-Verminoth (if “normal” is something they can even be), yet the most probable clarification was because of its nearness to Exegol. The Dark Side has a method of contorting life into something planned uniquely to damage and slaughter. Also, truly, what could be a superior gatekeeper of the mystery universe of the Sith than a zenith pinnacle hunter?
This animal was enormous, however dissimilar to the animal that had assaulted the Millennium Falcon, it likewise had clairvoyant capacities. It had the option to venture into the personalities of its prey and show them dreams of their passing, diverting them altogether enough that they’ll float towards its vast throat or almost certain collide with the cloud it was guarding. On the off chance that the Summa-Verminoth had been contrasted with Cthulhu previously, at that point now the equals are finished.
However, this was an animal used by unwary explorers, not completely prepared Sith Lords. Also, Darth Vader was no odder than slaughtering monster monsters. The animal influenced him by showing him an adjusted rendition of Vader’s duel with Luke in Cloud City. Be that as it may, Vader was the overcomer of the Clone Wars, his mutilation on Mustafar, the deficiency of his better half, and even the Emperor himself. It would take more than a couple of dreams of a potential future to take his life. He figured out how to break free from the Summa-Verminoth’s psychological attack to arrive on Exegol. Yet, the animal followed him, reluctant to release its prey unreservedly.
This was its greatest misstep. Vader most likely would have been content to simply proceed onward to the following snag, yet the beast pushed the issue. So Vader chose to reverse the situation. It was accustomed to being the one to dispatch a clairvoyant assault, so it had gotten totally off guard. Vader ruled its brain with the Dark Side. What’s more, as he rode the behemoth to the Sith Temple like a war monster, Vader demonstrated himself to be more impressive than the dark opening that executed the Kessel Run Summa-Verminoth. He didn’t simply break the beast, he bowed it to his will.