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Star Wars The High Republic: Light of the Jedi Ending Explained

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What does the imaginative and prescient imply?

After the opening of the Starlight Beacon, the Jedi have a while to take pleasure in their victory. Meanwhile, Elzar Mann, Avar’s greatest buddy and a newly minted Jedi Master, experiences a imaginative and prescient that leaves him on the ground. He sees “Jedi, many he knew, mates and colleagues, horribly mutilated, preventing battles they may not win towards terrible issues that lived in the darkish.” Jedi flee for his or her lives, and Elzar himself is left alive to look at it till he too is “unable to flee what was coming.”

From context clues alone (the “sickly purple gentle,” principally) we are able to guess that is related to the artifact Marchion Ro holds. We don’t know rather more about it, but when it has one thing to do with the Sith, it might be an inherently violent and corrupting Force like different Sith artifacts seen in canon. Soule’s personal Lando comedian sequence featured a Sith helmet that would possess an individual and drive them to violence.

This artifact is also related to the Drengir, The High Republic sequence’ different villainous faction. Introduced in the YA novel Into the Dark by Claudia Gray, the Drengir are plant-like aliens. The Jedi in that guide launched the Drengir, who had as soon as been imprisoned on an area station by historical Force-users. Marchion is aware of about the Drengir, too. This is wilder hypothesis, as a result of there doesn’t appear to be any purple gentle round the Drengir, and so they have been imprisoned in a battle that didn’t have something to do with Sith.

Whatever is perhaps coming for the Jedi — whether or not it’s the Drengir, the Sith, or one thing else totally — it sounds prefer it’ll successfully convey an finish to the peace that the galaxy has so lengthy loved.

The High Republic story will proceed in The Rising Storm by Cavan Scott, the subsequent grownup novel in the sequence, which is out on June 29. Check out our full critiques of the grownup, younger grownup, and center grade High Republic novels beneath!

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