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I wish I could have seen Ahsoka Tano and Grogu creating and enhancing a new Jedi Order that could spread across the Galaxy with the help of Luke Skywalker :
We know that Grogu is not one of Luke’s students when Ben Solo begins his Jedi training. In “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” Luke claims he trained Ben solo with twelve other students in his Jedi Temple, but no little green man is ever mentioned as Grogu.
Most of the students have been seen in the “The Rise of Kylo Ren” comic series. And everyone except Voe, Hennix, and Tai, died when Ben Solo destroyed the temple. Grogu, is one of the protagonists of “The Mandalorian”, which appeared before the comic book was published.
From a TV standpoint, he’s unlikely to be killed offscreen, even though he was one of Luke’s few invisible apprentices at the time. Because of, Grogu would not have been fully formed as a Jedi, and could be one of the first members of a new Jedi Order.
As a member of the Yoda species, Grogu does not age in the same way as most humanoids. Although he lived over fifty, he is still a baby. Because of, Grogu requires much more time and attention than a typical Jedi student. Plus, Grogu’s slow aging process means he’ll need constant care and attention for decades to come.
As shown in “The Rise of Kylo Ren”, Luke was the one to teach and supervise his students, so it is unlikely that Luke could properly train all of his students and, at the same time, take care of a sensitive baby. to the Force. One possibility is that Luke and Ahsoka co-led the Next Generation Jedi, alternating teaching students and taking charge of Grogu.
It also creates the possibility that, if Luke and Ahsoka believe that a new type of the Jedi Order may be needed, Luke will stay with his students and the classic Jedi forms, while Ahsoka will volunteer to raise Grogu as part of the new. iteration.
As demonstrated in “The Last Jedi” Luke, unfortunately, did not end up breaking the cycle of the old Jedi Order, nor did he learn from his own failures in his youth, leading him into exile. and depression. For this reason, Luke is not the right person to create a New Jedi Order that redefines the concept of Jedi.
It is possible that Luke, realizing the possible insufficiency of the Jedi Order during their rebuilding, he prepared a contingent with Ahsoka and Grogu, assigning them the task of creating a new version of the Jedi no matter if you reset the old Order was successful or not.
Ahsoka starting a New Jedi Order with Grogu allows both of them to survive the destruction of Luke’s Jedi Temple from Ben solo, and it’s also possible that Luke was somehow involved in Ahsoka’s decision to create a new type of Jedi with Grogu as, a contingency.
But Ahsoka isn’t technically a jedi….
Get out of here. There’s no way they’d let some random non-jedi be more powerful than THE Jedi, Luke Skywalker. She’s an “extra” in the Star Wars universe, no better than the hundreds of other force users who have done the same type of things she has. She’d have no chance against Luke. She’d have her hands full with just ONE of the dark troopers whereas Luke destroyed a whole army of them while casually strolling along…
Luke Skywalker, the Son of Anikin Skywalker, Defeated Vader, the Emperor, and the Death Star. Luke Skywalker is the Most Powerful Jedi
Lol this is a woke pos joke, right? First off, Tom, AHSOKA HERSELF SAYS SHES NO
JEDI IN REBELS TO VADER! But why would I assume you as a journalist would know that. You people are mostly stupid and ignorant and every time I look at a story written about something I know about I’m always mystified at the stupid ignorant people who become journalists. Second of all no one in George Lucas‘s mind since he is the creator of Star Wars and his last word is the ONLY WORD stated Luke Skywalker is the most powerful Jedi that ever lived. What is your problem? Are you trying to virtue signal to get a date or something from one of those blue haired freaks. Quit it. If this is just an attention getter you got mine and it’s bad attention. And proves you don’t know poo about Star Wars
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