star Wars fans may not have liked the sequel to the trilogy. But at least the story of Ray (Daisy Ridley) and Kaylo Wren (Adam Driver) felt thematically in line with the previous two trilogies. After all, franchise creator George Lucas always foresaw star Wars to be built as poetry. This is something that fans should keep in mind when it comes to The Mandalorian.
Fans are intrigued by the mystery surrounding Baby Yoda
Of course, the first live action star Wars series debuted at Disney + in 2019. And by the end of the first episode, fans found their new favorite craze in “The Child”, better known as “Baby Yoda”. None of the films ever shed light on Yoda’s story. So the fans were eager to see if The Mandalorianthe breakthrough star had a relationship with the Jedi Master they loved.
In Season 1, the series’ creator John Favreau drew attention to the impossibility of this baby iodine actually being a master iodine. In an interview with USA Today, Favreau emphasized this The Mandalorian is set after Return of the Jedi, the movie in which Yoda becomes one with the Force. Most fans accepted that as a confirmation the two signs are not the same. But are they?
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The world between the worlds may be the key to the Mandalorian
For most fans, the timeline issue is enough to convince them that “Baby Yoda” must simply be another member of the same species as Yoda. But hardcore star Wars fans know that there is actually a way The Mandalorian in fact, it may be a secret story about the origin of Master Yoda. After all, time travel already exists in the canon, thanks to Star Wars: Rebels.
This series introduced “The World Between Worlds” into the “distant, distant galaxy.” This dimension – which includes time portals – exists as the connective tissue in the Force that holds time and space together. Star Wars: Rebels he even uses this device to save fan favorite Asoka Tano (voiced by Ashley Eckstein) from a fateful duel with Darth Vader.
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Asoka Tano joins season 2, alluding to Star Wars: Rebels
The Mandalorian may not be close to a time travel game. The big focus of Season 2 seems to be learning more about where Baby Yoda comes from. But the show is already taking some steps that could lead to “The World Between Worlds.” After all, Rosario Dawson will debut as the first Ahsoka Tano live for this season.
Asoka has first-hand knowledge of time travel. So if The Mandalorian it really brings the “World Between Worlds” live star Wars, can open the franchise for endless possibilities. In particular, Star Wars: Rebels showrunner Dave Filoni works closely with Favreau The Mandalorian. Nothing in the saga happens by accident under his watch.
The Mandalorian Debut for Season 2 at Disney + on October 30, 2020.