Luke Skywalker Pulls Out Of Death Star Trench Run To Focus On Mental Health
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YAVIN—In a shocking last-minute decision, talented young rebel pilot Luke Skywalker has pulled out of the Death Star trench run to focus on his mental health. 

According to sources, he started hearing the voices of dead people as he was lining up his shot at the exhaust port and thought it would be best for him to bow out of the attack so as not to drag down his teammates. 

"Luke, you've switched off your targeting computer. What's wrong?" said a Yavin base controller. 

"I'm just not feeling this right now," said Luke. "I'm getting pretty stressed out and hearing these weird voices in my head, and I think I need to step back and focus on me for a while." 

Naboo Senator Jar Jar Binks, an annoying creature who has never piloted an x-wing a day in his life, criticized Skywalker's decision. "Meesa woulda blowed up dee Death Star quick-quick!" he said on Galactic social media.

Imperial News Network has confirmed that the Yavin base has been destroyed, and the rebels defeated. Skywalker will be taking a few months off on the remote planet of Dagobah for some much-needed self-care.


Babylon Bee subscriber Jeremy McCutcheon contributed to this report. If you want to get involved with the staff writers at The Babylon Bee, check out our membership options here!
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