Master Yoda Is Looking for Padawans in Lucasfilm’s the High Republic!

Feel like signing up? Well, I know I do! But seriously, I saw these images of Young Jedi Yoda first via Overly Devoted Archivist, but the images were taken from the Star Wars official website Star Wars dot com.

The concept art itself was created by Iain McCraig, Grant Griffin and Jeff R. Thomas and explores a much younger Yoda. In terms of the star wars timeline, Yoda is about 700 years old in these images. If you recall Yoda’s discussion with Luke in TESB, he had been training Jedi for hundreds of years at that point. So Yoda was already a member of the High Council, and his story will focus on adventures with the Padawan’s that he is charged with training and shaping into Jedi.

Image via Star Wars dot Com

How exciting does that sound? It sounds pretty awesome to me! So here’s a question for my readers – if you were alive at this period in the timeline, would you seek out Master Yoda to follow in his footsteps? Would you want to train under one of the most powerful Jedi’s in Galaxy?

That’s a no-brainer, right?

Younger Yoda in The High Republic
Image via Star Wars dot Com

How excited for The High Republic are you? Do you think this Star Wars era will be better than the Skywalker Saga? Why or why not? Let me know in the comments, friends!

Credit for the details above come from the this article

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