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Obi-Wan Kenobi is just a bad rip-off of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Reader’s Feature

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A reader makes a spoiler filled comparison of Fallen Order and Disney+ show Obi-Wan Kenobi – and argues the game does everything better.*** SPOILER WARNING: Major spoilers for Obi-Wan Kenobi and Fallen Order ***Any self-respecting Star Wars fan, and no doubt millions of others, will have watched the finale of the Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ series on Wednesday and been pleased that the show has managed to upgrade itself from an embarrassing disaster into an incompetent, but not unenjoyable, mess.There were good moments in the big rematch but a complete lack of a logic in its resolution lessened its impact.

There was no real attempt by Obi-Wan to redeem his former padawan and absolutely no reason for him to leave him alive. Not only was he a genocidal maniac but he had just made it very clear that Anakin could not be saved by Obi-Wan.But hey, he’s got to appear in the next movie and thinking up some legitimate excuse for Obi-Wan to leave him was obviously too much like hard work for the writers.

He could’ve just said ‘I can’t kill my friend’, for example. It would’ve been a lame excuse, given he’d gone there specifically to kill him, but not as bad as just wandering off with barely a word.I’ve watched the last episode twice now and I still don’t understand why Reeva wanted to kill Luke or how any writer could have thought her ‘plan’ made any kind of sense.

This plan seemed to involve her committing unspeakable atrocities for countless years only to decide her big chance was to slowly, and very obviously, walk up to Darth Vader and try and stab him in the back. (Never mind that five minutes earlier Obi-Wan had implied he was going to help her and then just ran off.)That’s something Reva could’ve presumably done at any point in

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