5 Jedi Who Must Never Be Retconned As Order 66 Survivors

In the years following the release of Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith, many have speculated the possible survival of numerous Jedi who were believed dead during the chaos of Order 66, but there are some whose fates should never be reworked. With the advent of many new releases in that time that have expanded the Star Wars universe, a growing problem has arisen that threatens to turn the critical event of Order 66 into a joke. Now that more and more Jedi have been revealed to have survived the purge of their order through The Mandalorian, Star Wars Rebels, The Bad Batch, and more, the number of survivors is beginning to rival that of the victims.
While most of these surviving Jedi never had their deaths directly confirmed on screen, Star Wars' recurring lack of commitment to permanent character deaths shows that none are safe from resurrection. It's possible for any dead Jedi to make a triumphant return at the simple wave of a writer's hand, but the resulting damage done to the integrity of both that character and the entire Star Wars mythos could be catastrophic in certain cases. As Star Wars ceaselessly grows with each new addition to its canon, there are 5 Jedi who would only do more harm than good if they were to return.


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