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“He has a an emotional connection with her. It's been there since he was a boy. Now he's confused, and distracted.” As he spoke, Obi-Wan. Anakin/Padme (minor Obi-Wan/Satine) that change Anakin and Obi-Wan's relationship from the cannon. . Only time would earn that trust. While Obi-Wan's relationship with his master was not always perfect, he had a great Obi-Wan and Satine were like Anakin and Padme in a lot of ways, in that they .. didn't trust him, which made his and Obi-Wan's relationship more strained.
All of that makes them as a couple incredibly unsettling and raises serious questions of consent. This is very different than the human-droid relationship between Lando Calrissian and L in Solo: She had modified and improved herself over the years to function and look as she alone desired. As such, it's a completely different dynamic between Xizor and Guri than between Lando and L3.
They led and represented their home planet of Alderaan with grace and dignity under both the Galactic Republic and Galactic Empire. Bail dared to help Yoda and Obi-Wan in the wake of Order The Organas made Leia feel loved and raised her to become the incredible woman fans first met in the original trilogy.
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While raising Leia and trying to do what was best for Alderaan, they also played integral roles in shaping the Rebel Alliance into a legitimate opposition against the Empire. Before the Death Star obliterated them and all of Alderaan, Bail and Breha united in their love and with the hope that Leia was still alive and safe. Considering their many achievements and what they stood for, Bail and Breha Organa are definitely one of Star Wars' most important and underrated couples.
Han Solo and Qi'ra The Han and Qi'ra relationship works well not because they make such a wonderful couple, but because of the invaluable way it shapes them as characters.
They have a history of growing up together on the rough streets of Corellia that forges trust and passion between the charismatic duo.
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Qi'ra manipulates that trust and passion to take control of her life like never before by ending Dryden Vos and taking command of the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate.
Han, on the other hand, loses his idealism because of Qi'ra's actions and becomes the cynical, jaded scoundrel that fans first meet in the original trilogy.
Even as Qi'ra manipulates him, she reminds Han that despite the facade he displays to everyone--and without saying it the betrayal coming from Qi'ra herself--that he is a good person. She makes Han a more hardened and self-serving person while also reminding him of the reluctant hero inside him that cares, all of which are imperative to his development in the original trilogy and sequel trilogy.
Iden and Del Meeko are intriguing characters and have a fun dynamic as a couple. The problem isn't with them so much as the writing surrounding their defection. It was a bitter disappointment for many to only briefly play from the Imperial perspective, which was largely a letdown because it was marketed as a unique selling point for the game.
If Iden and Del Meeko were going to defect, it should have happened more gradually so there was more buildup to their decision. It could've ended up being an effective plot twist after playing for a while with them as loyal to the Empire. Instead, it felt rushed and prevented many fans from getting invested in Iden, Del Meeko, or their relationship. Lando Calrissian and Kaasha Bateen Lando Calrissian was always a bit of a suave ladies' man, more focused on charming others and living in the moment than building any kind of long-term relationship.
This is what makes his relationship with Kaasha Bateen in the novel Star Wars: Last Shot so fascinating.
In response, Obi-Wan hedges for a moment and then replies: As an aside, Satine represents the ultimate fantasy version of my own personal Mary Sue. Was this strong, independent female character seriously fridged? Sure, the fact that Obi-Wan suffers through the death of his master and his girlfriend and is eventually killed by his own padawan is the devastating stuff of fiction that keeps me up at night.
Satine Kryze is the linchpin that binds the Rey Kenobi theory, because the theory begins with Obi-Wan Kenobi having a canon love interest, which The Clone Wars very conveniently gives to us. Sabine now wields the Darksaber, the very weapon used by Maul to kill Satine, and Anna Graves voice of Satine voiced a ghost version of Sabine in a recent episode of Rebels.
Also, come on, their names. With a whole galaxy of phonemes at their disposal, Dave Filoni and Co. Satine was a pacifist on a world and in a universe literally defined by war, and her idealistic strength is something to be commended. She watches too much TV and would love to tell you all about it. Follow The Mary Sue. The Council had delivered their opinions on the Mandalore situation in the senate, impersonally and without regard for the fallen Duchess.
He felt an obligation as part of that Council to deliver the verdict more personally. The newer members were often overshadowed by those senior ones and decisions were often made so quickly that it was easier to accept the opinions of the louder voices. Obi-Wan could sense that she was doubtful of her own words.
The once resolute Queen with her unyielding faith in the self-government of people was shaken. The outspoken pacifist Duchess who had stood in front of blasters and cannons for her people was now a broken hearted voice ignored amid the shouts and war cries of the Senate. Obi-Wan shook his head and his shoulders slumped.
She had left shrouded in uncertainty and turmoil, teetering on the edge of the dark and light. Her departure had left her master no better. Not for the first time Obi-Wan worried that surrounded by death as Anakin was that the dark side would grow in him and gain a foothold. If it did, would Obi-Wan be able to bring his former padewan back to the light? At one point he might wouldn't have questioned that, now he was not so sure. Though he might not be able to reach Anakin as he once believed he could, perhaps there was someone else who could.
What if we've seen too much death and war to go back?
I can tell how attached he is to you. Padme took a deep sigh and turned away. She went back to her seat on the couch with slumped shoulders.
Obi-Wan followed, sitting next to her. She glanced up at him then away. On the lake shore we were married by a Pontifex of the Brotherhood of Cognizance.
He'd suspected the relationship between Anakin and the Senator but for them to make their disobedience official and be married was a shock to him. His mind was reeling at the magnitude of what he had overlooked.
Anakin was not only attached to Padme but he had made vows in direct conflict with his vows to the Order. That was very hard to overlook, even for him.