When the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) introduced the concept of the multiverse in Loki – 96%, a new stage began that has been marked by great surprises but also great disappointments. If the multiverse has caused problems for Marvel after the Infinity Saga, what will happen to Star Wars? According to a new rumor, the Ahsoka series – 77% will introduce that concept to the franchise, which could mean a whole new world of possibilities.
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At Marvel Studios, the multiverse has given fans the opportunity to see the three Spider-Man actors together in Spider-Man: No Way Home – 92%, and also brought back Patrick Stewart as Charles Xavier and cast John Krasinski as Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – 88%
But Marvel has gone further, as evidenced by the What If…? – 84%, where we see what happens in other universes where the course of events is not the same as the time line that we all know. If Disney produced a What If…? from Star Wars, we could see what would have happened if Anakin defeated Obi-Wan in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith – 79%, or if it wasn’t corrupted by the Dark Side, or we might even see a universe where Darth Maul defeats Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace – 55% The possibilities are enormous.
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Who ensures that the multiverse will now be part of Star Wars is none other than the well-known insider My Time To Shine Hellowhich he wrote in x the next:
The concept of the Multiverse in Star Wars will be explored through the World Between Worlds. We’ll see it in episode 5 of #Ahsoka with the idea of delving into future projects.
The World between Worlds, according to Wookieepedia, is a mystical domain that connects all time and space in the Star Wars universe. This realm, also known as the Dispersed Vergence, is described in the Worlds in Chains Theorem and envisioned in sacred Jedi texts stored in the Jedi Temple on the planet Ahch-To, and offers a channel between the worlds of the living and the dead. Those who manage to control this plane would have a stranglehold on existence itself, something even Darth Sidious found challenging.
The entrance to this mystical plane is remarkably complex. In the Jedi Temple on the planet Lothal, a mural of the gods of Mortis—the Father, the Daughter, and the Son—serves as a kind of key. When a Force user places their hand over the Daughter’s encased hand in the mural, a portal is activated. The native creatures of Lothal, the Loth-wolves, are intrinsically linked to this world and can move through it in a manner similar to hyperspace travel.
This realm rose to prominence when Jedi Padawan Ezra Bridger discovered its entrance into the Lothal Jedi Temple. Bridger even went so far as to save Ahsoka Tano by pulling her out of the past into this plane. However, in attempting to change the fate of her master, Kanan Jarrus, Ahsoka persuaded him to understand the importance of sacrifice and the authenticity of deeds.
Darth Sidious’s ambition to access the world was thwarted when Bridger, in collaboration with Tano, managed to close the portal before Sidious could enter. This resulted in the collapse of the Lothal Jedi Temple and the defeat of Imperial Minister Veris Hydan, who had been sent by Sidious.
This concept was introduced in the Star Wars Rebels television series and has given rise to various interpretations. Dave Filoni, the series’ creator, even discussed its meaning with George Lucas, confirming that the idea was inspired by the “Forest Between Worlds” concept in The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.
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