Andalorian series that already got green light for the second season. That's why.I mean, of course he survived: He got shot in the shoulder. So why was this edited in as a post-credit scene, undoubtedly supposed to make us go "Wow! Awesome!" when it is as pedestrian a revelation as they come? I'd much rather have seen a scene opening up future possibilities, character cameos, etc.
I'm also surprised that we were both disappointed at the King Kong sequence.
I liked that Boba was sceptical about Freetown assistance and he even told the warcouncil that "if they don't arrive, they are doomed," because "the skill doesn't match the numbers."
Andalorian series that already got green light for the second season. That's why.
Marshal in the dunes is old. He has history. That's what I'm saying. That history might come to play in Mando Season 3. He might appear in the Andor season, with the deaging algo in the play. Why? He strikes me as one of the original resistance fighters and the Freetown was his vacation spot, where to keep law and order.Do you mean Andor? What's the connection? Andor is supposed to be a prequel to Rogue One, while TBOBF was set 10 years later.
There is nothing Luke can teach to kid. Kid already knows, but he's scared to use the force. It's going to be better for him to learn on his own, and not go through forced Jedi or Sith practices. They are one way of looking at things.I did think that Luke would train Grogu. I thought Grogu would choose the lightsabre over the Beskar chainmail. It does fit the Star Wars canon though. Grogu leaving him would be a strong reason why Luke refused to train Rey.
There was no way Disney was going to deprive its flagship series of its little moneymaker. Grogu is what turned what could have been a niche hit aimed at Bucketheads into a mainstream success. And let's not forget the thorny problem that all of Luke's students are destined to be slaughtered years later. The further Grogu is from Luke, the safer he is.I did think that Luke would train Grogu. I thought Grogu would choose the lightsabre over the Beskar chainmail.
I don't think there's any connection there to be honest. Luke will still go on to rebuild a Jedi Order and train many students, including Ben Solo, before Rey shows up at his door.Grogu leaving him would be a strong reason why Luke refused to train Rey.
ctg said:b) he doesn't need training when he's natural.
I remember the old EU mentioned he did or even depicted Yoda studying the Dark Side a couple of times. But Yoda is a paragon of virtue, a monolithic Jedi. He's the kind of Jedi who could study the Dark Side for years for academic purposes without ever succumbing to its power.It however doesn't say that he never ever didn't dabble with the dark arts.
The end credit scene can't have anything to do with Andor. He could be in that series even if he had died, being that it is a prequel.Marshal in the dunes is old. He has history. That's what I'm saying. That history might come to play in Mando Season 3. He might appear in the Andor season, with the deaging algo in the play. Why? He strikes me as one of the original resistance fighters and the Freetown was his vacation spot, where to keep law and order.
Remember, in the Westerns, Marshals, or Sheriff's often have a murky past and they choose to do law and order after they're finished with the dark phase. Although sometime the darkness is not finished with you. It keeps coming back like a bad penny.
Tatooine is now Fett's. And hers.
Fett: Why must everyone bow at me?
Shand: Better than shooting.
Fett: Are those my only two options?
Shand: When you rule the city, it is.
Fett (accepting a gift from a local): We're not suited for this.
Shand: If not us, then who?
[Conversation ends as they join the rest of the gang]
Personally I'd rather not see the SW universe spread too thin across dozens of shows (pipe dream, I know) so I'm against a second season. All I want is Mando Season 3. Bu that doesn't mean I'm against Boba making other appearances as a secondary character in that show.
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