Many people don’t like Obi-Wan Kenobi described as a failing Thursday in the series, though there are clear reasons for that. We will explain why it is not appropriate to get many attacks on the series to show Master Kenobi.
Incredible, but already 4 parts down in the 6 piece Obi-Wan Kenobi series. The story so far has been that 10 years after Revenge of the Sith, Obi-Wan is hiding on Tatooine and watching little Luke Skywalker from a distance. One day, however, Bail Organa’s adopted daughter, Lei, was abducted on behalf of the Inquisitors, so the senator visited Kenobi for help. Obi-Wan finally stops hiding and goes to free Lei. However, he does not expect the abduction of the princess as a pre-planned trap to confront his former student, Darth Vader. In the clash of the two, Obi-Wan was seriously injured and taken to Jabiim for healing. Later, Thursday’s Master went to the Mustafar system to free Lei from the Inquisitorius fortress. She eventually succeeds, but the Third Sister, Reva, who has the ultimate desire to become Chief Inquisitor, puts a tracker in the little droid princess, so the Empire and Darth Vader will know exactly where to look for Kenobi next.
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If we look around on social media, we can see that the series gets a lot of attacks because Obi-Wan Kenobi described as a failing Thursday that Vader could easily deal with with one hand. Some say Disney was once again humiliated by Star Wars when it showed a powerful and wise Jedi Master so humiliated and lame in his own series. Surely, toxic fans these days are involved in all they can, even if they thought a little about what they saw and why instead of constantly insulting and complaining, they would realize that the way Obi-Wan behaves in series this is not a killer. Of course, people who just watch Star Wars but don’t see it – don’t interpret it – shouldn’t be surprised if they spoil their own experience with unnecessary projections.
As you know, a viewer who claims to be a “true fan” but is really just an average Star Wars consumer sees that Obi-Wan Kenobi was still one of the strongest masters Thursday in Revenge of the Sith, beating his followers to 10 years later. in its own set, already a fallen, weak hermit who had torn himself away from the Force. This bothers many people because the character representation of this character is in stark contrast to Kenobi, who in season 3 of the Rebels series made two defenses with one overwhelming move, easily making his former opponent, the former Maull, and Then in One New Hope output up to. he could stand stronger against Vader on the death star.
So what or who is causing confusion in the Force? Fans who apparently don’t understand the Kenobi series, or Disney, which has been spit out many times over the past 7 years for breaking Star Wars? To find a round answer to the question, let’s start with the origin: how does Thursday use force?
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Now let’s take a look at Obi-Wan’s life story.
Kenobi, like any force-sensitive, was separated from his family as a toddler and was taken up a Thursday from it. In the third part of the series, Obi-Wan put it that way
“And I joined on Thursday and got a new family.”
This is a very important phrase in the series, as Obi-Wan states here that Thursday’s Order was the new family he received when he lost his first family. Then, with the formation of Commandment 66 and the Empire, he also lost this family, all his friends, all his loved ones, were murdered. But if all this were not enough at a loss, there is the same failure, the awareness that he failed in his work entrusted to his former master, Qui-Gonn Jinn, before his death, to form Anakin, the Holy One . to bring balance then to the Force.
It is no coincidence that we have seen several times in the series that Obi-Want is still tormented by nightmares about what he did to Anakin. That he mutilated him and left his fate on Mustafar. Kenobi could not treat what had happened in 10 years, the loss and failure took root so much in his head that he could not forget and leave everything behind. These painful memories of themselves may be a Thursday, but in addition to all this, Kenobi, when he lived on Tatooine, tore himself away from the Force, knowing that if he used the Force or its wide sand, it would fall. This was important to him because he knew that if the Empire learned its place, it would endanger not only himself but Luke. And Kenobi was always watching the little Skywalker because he was waiting for the time to start teaching him.
What happened in the series, however, is that Obi-Wan is forced to leave Tatooine and be forced to fight again. And this obviously doesn’t go away from the next moment, nor can one expect a Thursday that has been hidden among nowhere for 10 years and whose past losses have weakened not only his mind but his strength as well. All this was only exacerbated by the moment in Part 3 of the series when Obi-Wan sensed the presence of his former disciple and saw him for the first time.
At this point, Obi-Wan was not only confronted that Anakin had survived what happened in Mustafar, but for the first time he saw what he had become. This is the first time he has seen Darth Vader, the wicked Sith Lord who has longed for revenge for 10 years and wants to kill civilians, women and children to lure him out of hiding. In this part, as Vader gets closer and closer, we can see both the shock and horror in Obi-Wan’s eyes. It was then that he realized that Anakin was not really the man he had taught since he was a child, who fought side by side and was almost his best brother. It really makes sense at this point Thursday to return to the phrase in which Kenobi put it that way
“It’s more of a car now than a man. Distorted, wrong.”
Think about digesting yourself for 10 years because you practically killed your “brother” and then suddenly you see him half car, half man, an awesome Sith Lord while killing the innocent without discrimination just for revenge li. The kind of horror and confusion that Obi-Wan has suffered at this point is obviously not an emotion that can make him stronger in the clash against Vader. That’s why Kenobi couldn’t defend himself against him, and this weakness and confusion was felt by Vader, so it was that he was fighting with one hand all the time while constantly informing him and bad feelings, for example in this part too:
Obi-Wan: What happened to you?
Darth Vader: That’s what you made me do.
This statement was just another blow to Obi-Wan’s heart, and after that Vader crowned him by forcing him into the fire on a face-to-face basis, forcing Obi-Wan to physically feel his pain and suffering. the need.
And Obi-Wan has to decide. You know he’s not worth hiding anymore because they already know he’s alive anyway, but they also know he’s weak. Therefore, he will do his best to remember the Light in himself and be able to use the Force again. We’ve seen his efforts repeated throughout the series, just think of him still trying to reach his former master, Qui-Gonn, or the scene in Episode 4 where Obi-Wan is already able to fight with the more confident attack squads and courage. The former master of Jedi slowly begins to believe in himself again, and begins to find himself again; and, like Yoda The Empire Strikes Back, if you don’t believe in success, you won’t achieve it.
I think Kenobi’s Obi-Wan description is not only accurate in this series, but quite ingenious. Her character travels a beautiful course in the 6-part series; as expected, he had a low point in the middle of the story, his conflict with Vader, from which he had already begun to return. This development is expected to continue in the last two episodes, and by the end of the series we will reach Obi-Wan Kenobi we saw in Rebels and One New Hope. Fans have one thing, that I will cover in style with an Obi-Wan quote:
“Patience! Use the force and think!”
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