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When Yoda talks To Luke
During The Last Jedi, after Rey questions Luke about the truth about what happened with Kylo Ren, they get in a fight. Rey ends up leaving to confront Kylo, despite Luke telling her it isn’t going to go the way she thinks. This confrontation only causes Luke to fall deeper into his dismay and he finally decides to burn the Jedi texts once and for all, basically ending the Jedi.
Before he finishes what he’s about to do, Yoda shows up in ghost form. While it was great to see the wrinkled old green Jedi Master once again, perhaps this would’ve been a great time for Anakin to appear and talk some sense into his son.
We only got one brief interaction between father and son in the original trilogy, and having a real conversation between the two, would’ve been a major treat for Star Wars fans. Anakin could’ve basically told Luke the same thing Yoda did, using Ahsoka as his example of losing a student. This would’ve given Ahsoka a mention in the saga films, as well as adding a layer to Luke and Anakin’s relationship.
Yoda could’ve started the scene and been joined by Anakin and even Obi-Wan later. This would’ve been a great moment and made a little more sense that it took three of the greatest Jedi who ever lived to push Luke back on the right track, instead of just Yoda.