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It can still work. There's nothing in the films that says that Obi-Wan and Yoda sat around on their planets for all those years and never went anywhere else. They could still go off and have adventures. There are constraints, like making sure the Empire doesn't know they're alive, but they can still be part of the action to a more limited extent.
 
It can still work. There's nothing in the films that says that Obi-Wan and Yoda sat around on their planets for all those years and never went anywhere else. They could still go off and have adventures. There are constraints, like making sure the Empire doesn't know they're alive, but they can still be part of the action to a more limited extent.
   
And besides, since the Yoda scene was deleted from ''Revenge of the Sith'', we don't know from screen canon when he got to Dagobah or how long he spent there.
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And besides, since the Yoda exile scene was deleted from ''Revenge of the Sith'', we don't know from screen canon when he got to Dagobah or how long he spent there.

Latest revision as of 18:11, May 20, 2013

199.17.163.26 wrote: You cannot have Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda in the Rebels series? Doesn't "New Hope" set the guidelines that Obi-Wan and Yoda have been in hiding since the end of The Revenge of the Sith?

It can still work. There's nothing in the films that says that Obi-Wan and Yoda sat around on their planets for all those years and never went anywhere else. They could still go off and have adventures. There are constraints, like making sure the Empire doesn't know they're alive, but they can still be part of the action to a more limited extent.

And besides, since the Yoda exile scene was deleted from Revenge of the Sith, we don't know from screen canon when he got to Dagobah or how long he spent there.

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