The Bad Batch: 3 things we learned about Crosshair from "A Different Approach"

Crosshair and Omega teamed up for the latest episode of The Bad Batch, and it revealed a lot about Crosshair's personality.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 4, Episode 4 "A Different Approach." Crosshair. Image Credit: StarWars.com
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 4, Episode 4 "A Different Approach." Crosshair. Image Credit: StarWars.com /
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Crosshair and Omega made the unlikeliest of duos for the first 4 episodes of The Bad Batch Season 3. In the latest episode, "A Different Approach," the two had to work together to hatch a plan that would help them reunite with Hunter and Wrecker. In the process, a lot was revealed about Crosshair and how far he has come as a character.

Here are 3 things we learned about Crosshair from Episode 4, "A Different Approach."

1. He's becoming patient

It may not seem like it at times, especially when he reluctantly follows Omega's plan, but Crosshair has developed some patience. It's evident when he doesn't argue with Omega and lets her do what she thinks is right. Moreover, instead of overreacting when things don't go according to plan, he takes it rather well. Overall, Crosshair is slowly developing the patience needed to work together with a child.

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3 "Confined." Crosshair. Image Credit: StarWars.com /

2. He trusts Omega

Even if his ideas are completely different than Omega's, Crosshair is still willing to let her do her thing. This shows he's learning to trust Omega and understands she's a brilliant child. Omega's gifted in her way, just like all the members of the Batch, and she deserves some acknowledgment. She used her skills to win enough credits to get them both into and out of trouble, and the two (plus Batcher) managed to reunite with Hunter and Wrecker. Crosshair's increasing trust in Omega will help bring out a different side of his personality, as trust is the foundation of any relationship, including one between siblings.

3. He wants his family back

We can infer, based on his actions, that Crosshair regrets everything he's done. He wants his family back despite the guilt he probably feels about his actions, and he's ready to face them. This is why the ending of the episode is such a big cliffhanger. Everyone wants to see what will happen when Hunter and Wrecker will come face to face with Crosshair, and how the latter will explain his actions. Crosshair will have to rebuild bridges and regain their trust. So far, he has demonstrated that he's ready to do this.

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