The final episode of Obi-Wan Kenobi brings an expected cameo

The Star Wars and Disney+ series, Obi-Wan Kenobi has come to an end, a project developed between two trilogies and showing us the best live-action versions on screen, where the minds behind the series were forced to find ways to honor the events that took place both before and after the series, which is why while they offered a compelling standalone adventure, they packed us with great moments and cameos that fans have thoroughly enjoyed.

Now, the episode revealed this week has been the last one, and although usually during the series, the fandom often speculated about how each of the actions of the week and the events of each episode affected the established chapters of the series. saga, with certain encounters that even seemed to complicate, ignore, or contradict established elements of the galaxy and could carry weight in canon.

But now that the Obi-Wan Kenobi season finale is available on Disney+, it has cleared up two of the biggest questions about the franchise’s canon, and given fans another big moment.

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If you haven’t watched the latest and final episode of the Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi series yet, maybe you should wait to read this post.

This ending has brought two big details about Obi-Wan Kenobi that fans have been debating for weeks after the series debuted, and both are based on bits of dialogue in the series. Star Wars: A New Hope.

The series’ season finale saw them have another confrontation, which included Vader referring to Kenobi as “Master”, even as he briefly neutralized him, to which Kenobi had finally managed to best Vader in their last fight, so it’s clear that Vader knew he had been defeated and that while Kenobi was no longer his Jedi Master, the Sith Lord’s quote in A New Hope about being an apprentice when they last saw each other still rings true, albeit more in a figurative sense how literal.

To which among other great moments, it became an epic finale for the series, since although Star Wars fans had to wait until the last moment to get their expected moment, it came and it was better than they expected.

Well, after Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Darth Vader (Hayden Christensen) ended their emotional duel, and with the entire series canon set in proper order, there was still one last continuity issue to be resolved. complete: Obi-Wan learning to transcend death as a Force ghost, where sure enough, Qui-Gon Jinn of Liam Neeson He appeared as a Force ghost in Obi-Wan’s final scene, and all Star Wars fans have gone crazy for that big moment.

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