With the addition of Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen to Star Wars, many fans expected him to return as Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi turned Sith Anakin Skywalker. Yet, there was a good lesson from the sacred canon between Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith and Episode 4: A New Hope.
Fans are tuned in to see how the conflict will be resolved between Obi-Wan Kenobi, Leia, Vader, and the newly-created characters. The show certainly did not disappoint, and the many important things that happened helped to enrich the Star Wars experience.
Obi-Wan Kenobi has a few surprises ahead.
10 Roken And The Rebels Escape
The rebels have occupied the Jabiim outpost for ten years, and they have struggled with their losses. With Tala Durith''s heroic sacrifice, they feel somewhat defeated with their losses, especially with Vaders Star Destroyer keeping the pressure on.
Obi-Wan takes a smaller ship to get Vaders troops away from the rebels, allowing Kawlan Roken, Haja, and the other rebels to escape the Vaders'' fury. This leaves the room open for Roken and Hajas to return, and the possibility of being more Jedi saved by their group.
Luke Skywalker is protected by 9 Uncle Owen and his aunt Beru.
Luke Skywalker, who is perhaps the most powerful and powerful character in the Star Wars Original Trilogy, returns with his Uncle, Owen, and his aunt, Beru. In Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke is 10 years old and has no clue about his desire to reclaim the Force.
Owen and Beru have the task of protecting young Luke from any harm that might come his way. With Reva on Tatooine, and out for vengeance, they are arming themselves with blasters and keeping Luke locked away to ensure that a new hope will emerge when the time is right.
8 Anakin Skywalker Is Dead
With Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader battling on a scarce planet, there is no one to come to an end to their dreadful rematch since the battle on Mustafar. Obi-Wan takes his helmet and breaks half of it, exposing the scarred and vengeful Anakin Skywalker underneath, clogging with Sith eyes.
Obi-Wan, who laughs, informs Anakin that he is not his failure. That in fact, Darth Vader murdered Anakin Skywalker. Its a moment that helps Kenobi to escape his guilt, believing that his friend is dead, and only Darth Vader remains, the embodiment of evil, and with no regrets for his previous Jedi family.
7 Vader Loses The Rematch
After Vader''s disappointment in his rematch with Kenobi on Mapuzo, the Sith Lord permits his former Jedi Master to escape in hopes that the hunt will continue, and he will engage in a fight worthy of his power and hatred for Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Obi-Wan and Vader fight blue and crimson blades in a long-awaited rematch on a deserted planet. But unlike his former Padawan, Obi-Wan excels in breaking his chest box, the source of his life support, and Kenobi leaves Vader in his weak state.
6 Luke Skywalker Almost Dies
While Reva is looking for Luke Skywalker, she uses the force to cause the young boy to fall from the cliffside. Luke injures his head and falls unconscious. Luke is at the mercy of Reva, who keeps her crimson red flashlight close while walking towards him.
As fans await what happens to the young boy, any fan of the Star Wars films would know that Luke Skywalker cannot complete his death. However, it is still a tense moment as she sees Vader in herself, and cannot bring herself to kill a child, especially one that has meant no ill-will toward her.
5 Reva, An Inquisitor No Longer
Reva makes clear that she was forced to return Luke Skywalker to the Lars homestead by herself and tears. She tells Obi-Wan how she failed her friends at the Jedi Temple during Order 66 and feels selfish for pretending to be dead to survive.
Obi-Wan''s newly found hope assists him to console Reva, and he tells her that she has given up the dead Jedi by living with Luke. He tells her that she is free, and she is both in love, and Reva abandons her Inquisitor lightsaber and finds her path in the galaxy far, away.
4 The Emperor Warns Vader
Darth Vader gets back to his castle on Mustafar after being defeated once more by Obi-Wan Kenobi. His limbs, his wife and unborn child, and the Jedi Master who claimed he was like a brother to him are among the things that help strengthen Vader''s dark side abilities.
After a hologram call with The Emperor, once again played by Ian McDiarmid, he warns Vader that perhaps the former Jedi is still harboring feelings for his old Master. This warning does not come lightly, as the Emperor has shown many times how he will punish Vader if he is unconcerned about his actions.
3 Leia and Kenobis Secret
Obi-Wan and the young Princess Leia reunite after a wonderful goodbye, until the next time we see them in 1977''s Star Wars, later called A New Hope. It''s a great moment to see Leia''s personality shine, and the two laugh.
Obi-Wan tells Leia of her true parents: of their strengths and abilities, but not of their names. However, she cautions her that she must be cautious and not tell anyone, or that she would be putting them in danger both. It helps to tie up with Leia did not tell R2-D2 that she knew him in the recording from A New Hope.
2 Obi-Wan, The Hopeful Jedi
Obi-Wan Kenobi has returned to Tatooine because he no longer worries the Inquisitors. He has now refound his strength and bond to the light side of the Force. He reintroduces himself as a Jedi and the protection of Luke Skywalker. He even gives his Jedi robes once more and says his iconic line.
It''s a touching moment to see Obi-Wan embrace his past as a Jedi and not fear those who seek to harm him for what he is. An Obi-Wan Kenobi, full of hope for the future of Anakin Skywalkers children, has grown stronger as a result of his past trauma.
1 Qui-Gon Jinn Trains Kenobi
Obi-Wan Kenobi travels across the dune sea of Tatooine and finds an old friend. With a blue shimmer, out emerges his old master: Qui-Gon Jinn. It''s a wonderful moment, with Liam Neeson returning to play a Qui-Gon Jinn as a Force Ghost.
Obi-Wan Kenobis will be more powerful than Darth Vader might imagine, becoming one with the Force. It was a great way to get credits, with many hopefuls of a season 2.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is now available on Disney Plus.