Grand Inquisitor’s Death Can Explain Obi-Wan’s Hated Redesign

The Obi-Wan Kenobi series has a live action debut, The Grand Inquisitor, but its apparent demise and unpopular redesign can be explained by theory.

which will take place five years before his debut Star Wars Rebels. An impossible but quite possible scenario to explain both problems.

The Grand Inquisitor served as the Rebel's main antagonist in the first season of the show, followed by the former Padawan Jedi Right Jarrus and the ambitious Jedi Ezra Bridger.

Despite his death at the end of the season, The Grand Inquisitor remains material for the Star Wars cannon with roles in several comics.

Thanks to these performances, the Grand Inquisitor is, of course, a popular character, so when his live phenomenon weakened some viewers, there was a kind of contradiction.

Even more disappointing seems to be that the Grand Inquisitor plays Obi-Wan Kenobi's episode "Part II," which seems to give the Star Wars cannon a sequel to its biggest contradiction.

Crucified by a third sister and left dead, the Grand Inquisitor's apparent death is further ridiculed by dialogue in the next episode.

The main author of the Obi-Wan series, Joby Harold, insisted that the series respects the continuation of the canon of Star Wars.


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