The Mandalorian Updates: The unexpected cute star of the 1st Season who even melted the heart of the bounty Hunter Din Djarin of the Mandalorian may be a part of a Force Dyad. The second season of the Mandalorian will take this story further. With Luke Skywalker yet to find his new Jedi Order, Din Djarin’s task of returning Baby Yoda will be rather difficult.
As Luke will be traveling to discover the secrets of ancient Jedi, it will nearly be impossible to track him down and thus making Ahsoka Tano the one to be found by the Mandalorian. The real question is, is a closer connection possible between Baby Yoda and Ahsoka? A recent plot hole may actually be a clue connecting Bany Yoda to Force Dyad.
Mandalorian: Baby Yoda’s Force Heal needs explanation:
With the recent introduction of ‘Force Heal’ power discovered by Rey while reading ancient Jedi texts, this power is used to transfer life essence into another being and replenish them and it seems to have a mystical dimension as well.
It was recently known from The Star Wars Book, this power is only accessible to the beings who are part of a Force Dyad. As we saw Baby Yoda use this power to heal Din Djarin in The Mandalorian Season 1, we need some explanation as this does not fit well.
Mandalorian: Baby Yoda has to be a part of a Force Dyad?
As from the events of Season 1, we saw Baby Yoda use his Force Heal powers on Din Djarin and this must somehow mean that he is a part of a Force Dyad. But most probably this is a very understandable error of the plot hole and we cannot ignore the fact that The Star Wars universe is immensely complicated.
But if this is not a plot hole it clearly implies that Baby Yoda is a part of a Force Dyad. We cannot say that it is impossible as there are no reasons that Baby Yoda can’t be a part of Force Dyad though they are extremely rare.
Could Ahsoka be the other part of The Force Dyad?
We have all seen the unique close connection that Ahsoka Tano has with the force. Ahsoka’s White Lightsaber reflects that she cannot be considered a Jedi or a Sith. The above facts neatly say that Ahsoka is the perfect candidate for the other part of The Force Dyad.