Obi-Wan Kenobi

1. The first thing that comes to mind with Obi-Wan Kenobi is his name. He was introduced in 1977’s Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (A New Hope) where he is played by Alec Guinness. This character has gained iconic status in popular culture. He is well known for his role as a Jedi Master who trained Luke Skywalker in the ways of the Force.

 2. His second famous portrayal occurred in 1983’s Return of the Jedi (Return of the Jedi). This time around he was portrayed by Ewan McGregor. In this movie, Kenobi has been captured by Darth Vader and is imprisoned aboard the Death Star II. However, Luke manages to free him from captivity and together they flee back to the Rebel Alliance base.

 3. His third appearance came in 2005’s Revenge of the Seth (Revenge of the Seth), playing again by Ewan McGregor. He helps Luke defeat Emperor Palatine and restore order to the galaxy. Later on, in 2012’s The Clone Wars (The Clone Wars), he appears in a flashback sequence. Obi-Wan teaches Anakin Skywalker about the virtues of the Force before he turns to the dark side.

 4. Finally, in 2014’s Rogue One (Rogue One), he reprises his classic roles by being played by Sir Alec Guinness once again. This time, he guides the Rebels through their mission in the Battle Of Scarify, which leads them to steal the plans for the Death Star.

 5. Overall, Obi Wan Kenobi is a pivotal character in the Star Wars series. In addition to having three different portrayals throughout the franchise, he is considered to be one of the best characters in the entire saga.

1. I have been told that my skills are necessary. – Obi-wan Kenobi

 2. A Jedi Knight does not question his own abilities; he seeks out others who are stronger than he is and he learns from them. – Obi-wan Kenobi

 3. Knowledge is power, but wisdom is the ability to use knowledge wisely. – Obi-wan Kenobi

 4. Do, or do not. There is no ‘try’. – Obi-wan Kenobiiii

 5. Nothing is beyond your capability. – Obi-wan

 6. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! – Obi-wan

6. Lettuce

 Lettuce was one of Obi-win’s favorite foods. He liked it steamed and smothered in butter. As Luke Skywalker he grew lettuce for his mother’s salad bowl.

 7. Mushrooms

 Mushrooms are the perfect food for Jedi Knights. They can be grilled on a fire or cooked over a campfire. With their natural flavor they complement any dish.

 8. Bananas

 Banana trees are tall and slender. Their leaves look like palm fronds. A banana tree is easy to recognize. There is nothing else that looks like a banana tree.

9. Obi Win’s first name is unknown. He may have been named after his father, but he was likely born with the name Obi-Wan. He was probably given this name because he had a rare ability to sense things before they happen. His parents were from Tattooing, where their home planet was located. They are said to have moved away from their homeland, but not too far away. Most likely they moved to Alderman, where the family lived until he joined the Jedi Order.

 2. Obi-Wan Kenobi was born around 29 BBY (Before Battle of Gavin) or 26 ABY (After Battle of Gavin). This puts him in his mid-20s at the time of Episode IV.

 3. His birth date was set to 14 May 3866 BBY (19 years old), making him 35 years old at the time of Episode VI.

 4. As a young boy, he went to live on Tattooing with his mother and siblings. While living on Tattooing, he grew up working on a moisture farm, helping his uncle run the business.

 5. Obi-Wan Kenobi’s uncle, Owen Lars, was wealthy, but died tragically when his ship crashed into a sand worm. After that incident, Obi-Wan took charge of the farm while his aunt, Buru, raised her children alone.

 6. In approximately 4 ABY, he met Qui-Goon Jinn, who became like a second father to him.

The Force is strong, around you!

 It surrounds us all; it binds the galaxy together. But do not underestimate its energy, or become overconfident against the power that lies within you.

 There are those who rely on the light side of the Force, who follow what they fear, who find their power through control. And others who rely on the dark side of the Force, whose power flows from discipline, knowledge, and a burning desire to prove themselves. Seek not to join these powers, but rather to balance yourself against them. They are natural opposites: good and evil, yin and yang. Wherever your path may lead, remember the Force. Feel it. Use it…

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