Star Wars Just Made Grogu"s Order 66 Survival More Heartbreaking Than Ever Before

Warning! This article contains SPOILERS for Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures season 1, episode 1.Star Wars has made Grogu's Order 66 survival even more heartbreaking by revealing more about Yoda's life. While The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett have shown Grogu's trauma through exposition and flashbacks, this new information recontextualizes his development after Order 66. It also adds more weight to Grogu's training with Luke Skywalker and his decision to return to Din Djarin. What makes this revelation especially shocking is that it comes from the most unlikely place, showing that Grogu's early life was likely the opposite of Yoda's.
The nature of Grogu's past has always been something of a mystery in The Mandalorian, especially as a member of Yoda's species. Grogu was 50 years old in The Mandalorian season 1, but Yoda said that he'd been training Jedi since he was about 100 years old. This makes it confusing why Grogu was still so childlike at that age of his debut, and much of his time between Order 66 and The Mandalorian has yet to be explored. However, the latest revelation about Yoda's early life provides a potential answer to these questions and makes Grogu's Order 66 survival more heartbreaking than ever.
Yoda's Experience Suggests Grogu Should Be A Lot More Developed The series premiere of Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures suggests that Grogu should be significantly further along in his development by the time of The Mandalorian. After Kai Brightstar loses his lightsaber on a mission, he is given Yoda's first lightsaber as a replacement, who tells Kai that he used it when he was his age. This is surprising because it means Yoda was using a lightsaber when he was under 12, which is in striking contrast to Grogu. It initially seemed that Grogu's long life span simply meant that his early development took longer, but this reveal about Yoda's life implies that isn't the case.


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