Star Wars Has Completely Changed How Jedi Fight... And Yoda Wouldn"t Approve

Warning! This article contains spoilers for Ahsoka episode 7.
  • The Jedi and former Jedi in Ahsoka have changed their fighting style by using the Force as a means of attack, going against Yoda's beliefs.
  • Both Sith and Jedi are now using the Force in battle, utilizing it to push back opponents and seize attacks.
  • The change in tactics is driven by the desire to create visually stunning lightsaber fights and showcase the power of the Force, outweighing the importance of upholding the Jedi code.
The Jedi - and former Jedi - of Ahsoka have completely changed the way they fight in Star Wars, and Master Yoda certainly wouldn't approve of it. The Ahsoka series has introduced Baylan Skoll (Ray Stevenson) and Shin Hati (Ivanna Sahkno) to the galaxy, and the fallen Jedi are easily some of the series' most interesting characters. The show has also re-introduced Sabine Wren (Natasha Liu Bordizzo) as a Jedi Padawan, and now, Ezra Bridger (Eman Esfandi) has returned as well. All these characters, with Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson) included, mark the first time since the prequel era that so many Force-users have shared a live-action Star Wars storytelling space.
The story of Ahsoka so far has seen plenty of match-ups between these Jedi and former Jedi, which has led to many incredible lightsaber fights. The techniques used by these Force-sensitive fighters have certainly changed over time, mostly as a result of the Jedi Order being no longer and their need to survive in a post-Order 66 Empire that hunted them down. Ahsoka episode 7 highlights the significant change of the Force being used as a means of attack, and this is not a technique Yoda would approve of.
Your browser does not support the video tag. Yoda Insisted Jedi Use The Force To Defend, Never To Attack As one of the Jedi Order's oldest and more respected masters, Yoda always had an influential role in the way of the Jedi, and once of his firmest beliefs was about the use of the Force. He understood it well, recognizing when a person was close to walking the fine line between the light and the dark. For this reason and the dangers it posed, Yoda was adamant about Jedi using the Force as a defense tactic only.
In the post-Galactic Civil War era, many years after the fall of the Jedi Order, Yoda's view on how the Force ought to be used in combat is now long gone. This mostly stems from the Jedi's need to adapt to the galaxy post-Order 66, where Jedi are still being hunted - whether they were a part of the Jedi Order or not. The Force is no longer being given any limitations, and that's not something Yoda would have ever condoned.


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