to come star wars limited edition series, kenobiWill trace the life of the Jedi Master 10 years after the events of revenge of the Sith. The series stars Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen, who will reprise their roles as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, respectively. As fans speculate on the story, a spoiler suggests they have the answer to an old question. Let’s take a look at what kenobi Reveal spoilers.
[Spoiler alert: Potential spoilers for upcoming episodes of Star Wars: Kenobi are up ahead.]
‘Star Wars: Kenobi’ may reveal why the Jedi Master hates to fly
According to CBR, a possible plot line for the upcoming Star Wars: Kenobic The series will focus on why the Jedi Master hates to fly. The outlet confirms that it has to do with an Expanded Universe (EU) story that happened off-screen.
“Obi-Wan found himself sitting in a Starfighter in the hangar bay of a large Xerka Branch-class cruiser. As he tried to kill the droids and other weapon systems in the hangar, he inadvertently shut down the fighter’s auto chase system. Turned it on, and couldn’t turn it off,” he wrote. “As the ship accelerated, Obi-Wan could move forward, but he could not stop. Therefore, he was forced to fly the Starfighter at high speed from inside the cruiser. When he finally landed, he was convinced That he hates flying and never wants to do it again.”
it seems strange that kenobi Will focus on a story in the EU. This is especially true now that all star wars The stories of the European Union are considered “legends”. This was set back in 2014.
At the beginning of the prequels, Obi-Wan liked to fly
if Star Wars: Kenobic Detects this story, it must “rejoin” the prequel trilogy. In the prequel – The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith — Obi-Wan enjoys flying.
in fact, in attack of clones, Anakin says to Obi-Wan, “Sorry Master, I forgot you hate flying.”
Obi-Wan then replies, “I don’t mind flying – but what you’re doing is suicide!”
By the end of the prequel, Obi-Wan hated flying
Although Kenobi tells Skywalker that he doesn’t mind flying, an incident later occurs. Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Changes his mind.
The official Star Wars account confirmed on Twitter that after Obi-Wan’s encounter with Jango and Boba Fett just off the planet Camino, he began to hate flying.
And it’s a fear that he never got over for the rest of his life.
Mark Hamill didn’t hate Rian Johnson’s portrayal of Luke Skywalker, contrary to popular belief