10 Times Yoda Was Completely Wrong In Star Wars

Yoda is an iconic leader and mentor in Star Wars, but even a Jedi Master as wise and respected as Yoda can make mistakes. Introduced as a mentor for Luke in The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda was created to be a wise but unlikely teacher. George Lucas explored Yoda's backstory a little in the Star Wars prequel trilogy and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which allowed viewers to get a sense of the already-aged Jedi Grandmaster's wisdom and influence.
Yoda was officially the Jedi Grandmaster, the oldest member of the Jedi Council who was honored for his wisdom and experience. Yoda's knowledge and power put him in the position to make many important decisions. Unfortunately, these weren't always right.
10 Yoda’s Jedi Order Left No Room For Change In Yoda’s own words, his fierce commitment to the “Old Ways” left the Jedi vulnerable when it came to the changing times. Matt Stover's novelization of Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, written after consultation with George Lucas, featured additional lines in which he admits as much. “These Jedi, I trained to become the Jedi who had trained me, long centuries ago—but those ancient Jedi, of a different time they were. Changed, has the galaxy. Changed, the Order did not—because let it change, I did not.” Yoda resisted Jedi like Qui-Gon Jinn who would have challenged the Jedi to change, speaking volumes about the path Yoda was creating for the Jedi.


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