I've been waiting for you, Obi Wan. - Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope
Padawan (Episode I); Jedi Knight (Episode II); Jedi Master (Episodes III-IV); Jedi General (during the Clone War). Significant other(s) · Satine Kryze. Homeworld, Stewjon. Obi-Wan Kenobi, later known as Ben Kenobi, is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise. In Return of the Jedi, Obi-Wan again appears to Luke after Yoda's death on. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. updating feed of breaking news, fun stories, pics, memes, and videos just for you. Darth Vader: I've been waiting for you, Obi Wan. We meet again at last. The circle is now complete. When I left you, I was but the learner; now I am the Master.
He gives Luke his father's lightsaber and asks him to accompany him to Alderaan and take up Jedi training. Luke declines, but after finding that his uncle Owen and aunt Beru have been killed by Imperial stormtroopershe agrees to go with Obi-Wan to Alderaan and to train as a Jedi. In the spaceport city Mos EisleyObi-Wan uses the Force to trick Imperial troops into letting them through a military checkpoint.
They enter a local cantina and make a deal with two smugglers, Han Solo and Chewbaccato fly them to Alderaan aboard their ship, the Millennium Falcon. During the journey, Obi-Wan begins instructing Luke in lightsaber combat. He suddenly becomes weak and tells Luke of "a great disturbance in the Force". Emerging from hyperspace, the party finds that the planet Alderaan has been destroyed by the Empire, and the Falcon is attacked by an Imperial TIE Fighter.
The trio chases the TIE fighter to the Death Star, and subsequently get caught in the space station's tractor beam.
On board the Death Star, Obi-Wan shuts down the tractor beam, but Darth Vader confronts him and they engage in a lightsaber duel. Although Vader strikes Obi-Wan down, his body mysteriously vanishes the moment he dies. At the climax of the film during the Rebel attack on the Death StarObi-Wan speaks to Luke through the Force to help him destroy the Imperial station.
Despite Yoda's skepticism, Obi-Wan convinces his old master to continue Luke's training. He appears later to beseech Luke not to leave Dagobah to try to rescue his friends on Cloud City, although Luke ignores this advice.
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith - Wikiquote
Obi-Wan acknowledges that Darth Vader is indeed Luke's father, revealed by Vader himself in the previous film and confirmed by Yoda on his deathbed, and also reveals that Leia is Luke's twin sister. Their ship is damaged in the escape, however, and they are forced to land on Tatooine, where they discover the nine-year-old slave Anakin Skywalker. Qui-Gon believes the boy is the "chosen one" prophesied to bring balance to the Force, and brings him to Coruscant to begin Jedi training, although Obi-Wan expresses concerns.
While leaving Tatooine, they are attacked by Darth Maula member of the Sitha dark side-using cult thought long extinct. However, Obi-Wan manages to turn the tables and defeat Maul, slicing him in half and sending him plunging down a vast reactor shaft. One that left you wanting more, not least because Kenobi is a dark and near-broken hero for our dark and near-broken times. We almost got that "more" back in An excellent novel named Kenobi told the story of what the Ewan MacGregor version of Obi-Wan did during his first year on the backwater of sandy Tatooine.
Positive reception from fans heralded the possibility of more tales from Kenobi's Tatooine days; after all, the guy was there for 19 years before the events of Star Wars.
All Star Wars books gained the brand "Legends," a code word for "never really happened. Yeah, if you're not following the cartoons, that Darth Maul, the one that was sliced in half by Obi-Wan at the end of The Phantom Menace.
He came back in George Lucas' animated series Clone Wars, his lower half replaced by mechanical spider legs. In Rebels, Maul has been trying to turn Force-sensitive youngster Ezra Bridger into his evil apprentice for some time now, meeting with failure after failure. The former Sith lord has become a pathetic figure and the storyline is long past its prime; Maul needed to be killed off again, this time as definitively and clearly as the rebel heroes in Rogue One. And who better to do that job than the Jedi who sliced him in half in the first place?
What we got instead was something more subtle, laced with poignant meaning. As Rogue One showed us, Star Wars is often at its best when it adds an extra layer of context to the original movie's story.
And as The Force Awakens and the entire prequel trilogy showed us, Star Wars is a story with motifs that repeat, generation after generation. Its main characters get fitting, mythical endings that mirror other moments. This is supposed to be a timeless space fairy tale. The planet where it all began deserved nothing less. While Rebels, which operates on a far smaller budget than Clone Wars, can often make its characters look a little too plastic-like and its backgrounds too stiff, it's clear the show broke the bank on giving us a realistic Tatooine.
An old friend has learned the path to immortality. One who has returned from the netherworld of the Force How to commune with him, I will teach you. Quotes about Star Wars: I'm not telling that story, and I'm not interested in that.
That's not what the movie is. This first trilogy is really about the father, the struggles of a father, or a man, basically, to find himself, and at the same time fall into a trap of wanting certain powers, making a pact with the devil and basically spending the rest of his life regretting it.
This one is a little tougher, and I think children, young children especially, should be warned that this is not your average Star Wars. It's a lot darker. There's a lot more scary stuff in it.
It's brutal in places, and they should be aware of that. And at least if it does come out to be a PG, the parents are warned to be careful of bringing tiny little kids, like five and six years old, because it might be too much.
People think Star Wars is extremely innocent, although we do cut a lot of people in half and cut off a lot of arms. Anakin, as Skywalker, as a human being, was going to be extremely powerful, but he ended up losing his arms and a leg and became partly a robot. So a lot of his ability to use the Force, a lot of his powers, are curbed at this point, because, as a living form, there's not that much of him left. So his ability to be twice as good as the Emperor disappeared, and now he's maybe 20 percent less than the Emperor.
He wanted this really super guy, but that got derailed by Obi-Wan. So he finds that, with Luke, he can get a more primo version if he can turn Luke to the Dark Side.I've been waiting for you, Obi Wan. We meet again, at last