Will Rise of Skywalker Follow Canon and Use an Endgame Plot Device?
Is Star Wars on the verge of going where Avengers: Endgame went this summer? It's time rumors, Star Wars fans. And this time, we discuss the possibility of taking into account the time travel in The Rise of Skywalker. At the very top, we must avoid two things: first of all, this is, at best, a rumor for the moment. No more no less. So, this should not be considered official, or something close. This is also, in part, based on an alleged leak, which is certainly fragile, to say the least. All this to say, it's mostly speculative. That said, if it turns out to be true, we are heading for a crazy race.
Warning: It is possible that spoils in advance for The Rise of Skywalker . Those who do not want to risk having something spoiled should turn around now. Moving on to something else JJ's recent runaway leak The final finale of this trilogy after Abrams claims that Rey and Kylo will face the lightsaber in an epic fight that will include what we've called "Flash Force". Essentially, this would allow Rey and Kylo, or any Jedi who would master this trick, to be instantly transported to a new location, such as a different planet. In much the same way, the radiant works in Star Trek .
However, others have examined this leak and suggested that Force Flash is really a journey back in time. As ridiculous as it may seem to some, this is directly supported by the canon of Star Wars, thanks to an episode of the animated series Star Wars: Rebels. The episode in question, entitled A World Between Worlds shows the main Jedi character on the show, Ezra Bridger, discovering, through ancient Jedi teachings, a window between time and space that allows you to cross the time and return to various events, with the possibility of changing the course of history. This is what allows Ahsoka to survive his clash with Darth Vader from the end of Rebels second season, as Ezra takes him into this world between worlds, saving her from a certain fate.
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It is also worth mentioning that Emperor Palpatine, whom we know to return to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker also appears in this episode. He was also aware of this unique path through time. In other parts of the official canon, such as the Battlefront II video game campaign, it is established that Palpatine had collected various Jedi and Sith relics and hid them in various places around the galaxy. So, could Palpatine open this window over time, which Kylo and Rey could then use in this lightsaber duel?
Nothing prevents this from happening. More importantly, it would explain how Palpatine might come back. Even more, this would allow Rey and Kylo to take us on a journey through the franchise, and could allow a ton of various characters to appear, at various familiar places throughout the franchise's timeline. This could be really crazy, but if executed properly, it could also be a bold new concept for many fans.
One thing The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi ] was introduced into the canon of new ideas and concepts about the Force. If J. J. Abrams continues in this direction, nothing prevents us from seeing the concepts of A world between worlds presented on the big screen. Star Wars: The Skywalker Uprising will be released in theaters on December 20th. This theory comes to us from the user spritezero12 on Reddit.