Star Wars Theory: Thrawn"s Big Weapon Is A Jedi CLONE

Future Star Wars TV crossovers will focus on Grand Admiral Thrawn, and an interesting theory suggests his big weapon is actually a Jedi clone. The recent Star Wars TV shows on Disney+ have clearly been setting up a canon version of the Thrawn trilogy by Timothy Zahn, from the introduction of Gild Pellaeon in The Mandalorian to Mount Tantiss in Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Cloning has especially been at the forefront of Star Wars, with the Empire exploring its potential and possibly foreshadowing Palpatine or Snoke. Thrawn may take cloning a step further in the TV crossovers by creating an evil Jedi doppelganger.
However, a canon adaptation of the Thrawn trilogy would require significant changes, especially for a Jedi clone. As part of the Legends timeline, certain aspects of the Thrawn trilogy would no longer work in canon, requiring different characters and explanations. Thrawn's plan would need to tie into the current line of Star Wars projects and set up the future of the franchise, as well. Thankfully, the Star Wars TV shows have succeeded in laying much of the groundwork, and there are several possibilities for a Jedi clone theory. While not every aspect of the Thrawn trilogy can work in canon, its Jedi clone story can serve as inspiration for future crossovers.
Thrawn's Jedi Clone In Star Wars Legends Explained Joruus C'Baoth was the original Jedi clone in Star Wars Legends, forging an uneasy alliance with Thrawn to achieve his own goals. Cloned from Jedi Master Jorus C'Baoth, whom Thrawn had destroyed in the years before the Clone Wars, he was created by Palpatine's scientists at Mount Tantiss. C'Baoth was obsessed with turning Luke Skywalker to the dark side and making him an apprentice, but he later turned his attention to Leia and her unborn children. He went so far as to create a clone of Luke called Luuke Skywalker, grown from the hand he lost at Cloud City, forcing the two to engage in a lightsaber duel.
While C'Baoth has yet to be reintroduced in canon, there's still a possibility that he'll appear in a future Star Wars crossover. There's also a popular thought that Ray Stevenson's Baylan Skoll in Ahsoka is secretly Joruus C'Baoth or at least serves as the character's canon replacement. Even if C'Baot himself doesn't appear, Thrawn could use a similar plan and create his own Jedi clone. He could create an evil copy of Luke as C'Baoth did in The Last Command, or he could clone a different Jedi altogether. This clone would be a challenge for the main characters and Thrawn himself, as the crossovers could depict the fragile alliance between them.


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