Yoda, the little green guy from Star Wars, is a pretty wise dude. But even the smartest of Jedis make mistakes, and Yoda’s mistake is a doozy. Here’s what you need to know.
|What was Yoda’s mistake?
|Yoda’s mistake was failing to see that the Clone Wars were being orchestrated by the Sith, a dark side order led by Darth Sidious. The Sith manipulated both sides of the conflict, using the war to gain power and control over the galaxy. Yoda’s inability to see the true nature of the war led to the downfall of the Jedi Order and the rise of the Galactic Empire.
Yoda’s mistake happens during the Clone Wars, a major conflict between the Galactic Republic and the Separatist Alliance. Yoda’ was a respected member of the Jedi Council and was in charge of overseeing their role in the war. However, Yoda and the Jedi missed a major power play within the war.
Failure to See the Dark Side
The big mistake is that Yoda and the Jedi can’t see that the war is being run by the Sith, led by Darth Sidious. The Sith manipulate both sides of the conflict, using the war to gain power and control over the galaxy.
As the Clone Wars wrap up, the Sith unleash their plan to wipe out the Jedi Order. With the help of Order 66, a secret protocol that forces clone troopers to turn on their Jedi commanders, the Sith managed to wipe out almost all of the Jedi.
Yoda’s mistake has serious consequences for the galaxy. The Jedi Order is destroyed and the Republic gets turned into the Galactic Empire, an evil regime that rules with an iron fist. The galaxy is thrown into darkness, with freedom and justice becoming scarce.
Despite his mistake, Yoda attempts to redeem himself He goes into hiding on the planet Dagobah, where he continues to meditate and study the ways of the Force. He also trains Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader’s son, who ends up being the last hope for the Jedi and the galaxy.
The Short Answer
Yoda’s mistake was that he didn’t see the Sith’s plan behind the Clone Wars, and it led to the downfall of the Jedi Order and the rise of the Galactic Empire. However, Yoda goes on to help Luke Skywalker become a Jedi and save the galaxy.
Image: Star Wars