2021 NEW Across The Galaxy: Grogu Using The Force Funko Pop!
The Mandalorian second season ended, but we don’t have to forget the best thing about the series: Baby Yoda. The new Funko Pop! Star Wars: Across The Galaxy – The Child, Grogu Using The Force Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Amazon Exclusive is another release that makes us smile.
Much of Baby Yoda’s background has already been revealed. He was raised from a young age in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant and was trained by various masters.
During Order 66, someone removed Grogu from Coruscant and hid him in the galaxy. That is Baby Yoda’s name. Grogu hid his abilities with the Force to protect himself from the Jedi purge.
And there’s nothing like a baby Yoda to help us feel the power of the Force!
Grogu Using The Force Funko Pop! from Star Wars: Across The Galaxy, exclusive to Amazon, is now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)
The Mandalorian’s mission was accomplished by delivering Grogu, Baby Yoda, into the hands of someone who can train him and guide him to the correct path.
In Season 2, Ahsoka Tano refuses to train Grogu because of the child’s strong bond with Djin Djarin.
“I’ve seen what such feelings can do to a fully trained Jedi Knight. To the best of us. I will not start this child down that path,” she declared, in reference to her former master Anakin Skywalker, who was seduced by the Dark Side when he became Darth Vader, apprenticed to Darth Sidious.
Ahsoka recommended that the Mandalorian take Grogu to the planet Tython, which has ancient temple ruins with an intense connection to the Force. He then could choose his path and be noticed by some other Jedi.
Although there aren’t many Jedi left at this point, luckily, Luke Skywalker was the one who answered the call to be able to train Grogu and show him the best path to follow.
What better mentor than the son of Anakin Skywalker in his most powerful state?
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