Currently, fans are impatiently waiting for Season 3 of the Star Wars: The Mandalorian series. Because the spectacular ending left some questions unanswered.
Attention! Here are spoilers!
In the last episode we see Luke Skywalker, who rushes to the aid of the Mandalorian Din Djarin and his companions and finally takes Grogu, the power-gifted child, with him to train him to be a Jedi Knight. As showrunner Jon Favreau mentioned to the Writers Guild of America West, this guest appearance was not planned at all. "The story was developing as I wrote it," said Favreau. "The Mandalorian is based on many of the existing Star Wars stories, and when I write this context is always worth considering. It became clear that certain things would arise within the established continuity."
Furthermore, Jon Favreau does not believe that the Star Wars sequel trilogy limits the story of The Mandalorian. "We have a tremendous amount of freedom given to us because of the time gap between films," he said. "Dave Filoni and I are constantly debating how each decision about a story affects and would affect existing Star Wars material."
So if Grogu hadn't initially planned to meet Luke Skywalker, what other Jedi could the Mandalorian have found? Ezra Bridger from Star Wars: Rebels is missing and actually not a Jedi yet. Ahsoka Tano is present but she no longer belongs to the order either. There might still be Cal Kestis from the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order or possibly another Jedi who could have survived Order 66.
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