Luke still not build his Jedi order until the next 6 years.
Who is to say there won't be a time skip or there won't be 6 more seasons showing the passage of time?Luke still not build his Jedi order until the next 6 years.
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It can't be at a consistent rate since Yoda died in his 900's.
That's where I see it as well.
What if they develop at a tenth of the speed? Like a 50 year old Baby Yoda is like a 5 year old human and Yoda died when he was the equivalent of a 90 year old human. Obviously nobody would've taught Baby Yoda how to speak so it's behind in that regard but it can clearly walk around and stuff.
What if yoda's tace normaly doesn't soeak but communicates otherwise, and yoda speaks so weirdly because it is very hard to learn for his race?What if they develop at a tenth of the speed? Like a 50 year old Baby Yoda is like a 5 year old human and Yoda died when he was the equivalent of a 90 year old human. Obviously nobody would've taught Baby Yoda how to speak so it's behind in that regard but it can clearly walk around and stuff.
So by the time the sequel trilogy rolls around, Din Djarin is in his 60s and Baby Yoda is behaving more like an 8-9 year old.
He goes into a cocoon and comes out as buff, handsome 20something Yoda and the internet feels really conflictedWhynotboth.jpg
Baby Yoda can be the first Jedi to play claim to the Darksaber in years!
I was actually discussing this with a friend the other day about how they're probably eventually going to do a storyline where Baby Yoda cocoons up and he comes out as an adult or some shit and itll put the internet into a frenzy.
because he was create after the sequel trilogy.
He knows Ashoka.
Yoda isn't a stand-in for George Lucas. And do you guys realize that tropes arent bad things? They are simply conventions of storytelling. Stop treating stories like magic tricks where if you've figured out how they work you've devalued them and no longer have to be entertained by them. This is asinine. There is nothing wrong with idealized characters. But Yoda, while being the archetype of the wise old mage, isn't fully idealized anyway. He isn't always right. He isn't beautiful, wealthy, desired by all, etc.