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The second season finale Mandalorian Probably one of the greatest Star Wars moments of all time. When our heroes tried to rescue the boy who was once called Baby Yoda seemed to lose all hope, a lone X-wing boarded Moff Gideon̵
Before the ending, there were rumors that Luke Skywalker might show up, but the idea of seeing the central hero of Star Wars in the 2020 TV series seemed out of reach. However, the creator Jon Favreau broke the impossible with a very satisfying and surprising “Star Wars” moment.In the weeks since the second season Mandalorian At the end, fans have been discussing what this means for the show and the entire Star Wars universe.
However, a fan on Reddit noticed an incredible similarity between the appearance of Luke Skywalker and another key scene in the prequel series. Reddit user skywalkinondeezhatrz posted a series of side-by-side photos showing Mandalorian Reflects the massacre of the Jedi Temple by Anakin Skywalker in the Revenge of the Sith. The visual and emotional beats of the scene provide a powerful contrast between father and son. In “Vengeance of the Sith,” Anakin destroyed the future of the Jedi Order by killing the Jedi children in the temple, thus proving that he was the Lord of the Sith.in Mandalorian, Luke revealed that he will become the new leader of the Jedi Order and guarantee the future for young force users like the Milky Way Grogu.
Of course, father and son are not completely different. Both of them also have great ability to fail. Apparently Anakin failed the Jedi by turning to the dark side.But Luke’s own failure-is happening Mandalorian-More subtle. The failure of Ben Solo destroyed his new Jedi Temple and once again plunged the galaxy into chaos. This is no different from the end of the third episode.
And, one of the remaining questions Mandalorian The ending of the second season is how Mando and Grogu participated in the events we know.
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