Dave Filoni’s passion project, TALES OF THE JEDI is the collection of Star Wars animated short films which focuses on two characters. The Clone Wars showrunner has always had an affinity for: Sith turncoat Count Dooku, and Ahsoka Tano, the spunky padawan he created. In exploring these characters, Filoni found room to solve a Star Wars mystery which has been lurking in the background for decades. The questions have been answered but ti some, conundrums remain to prevail.
Tales of the Jedi Episode 4, “The Sith Lord,” The Jedi are reeling after the death of Qui-Gon Jinn. Count Dooku, secretly the Sith Lord Darth Tyranus, sets up a clandestine rendezvous with Darth Sidious. Unknowingly, that he’s being followed. Yaddle, the female Jedi Council member of the same species as Yoda, hides and listens to the conversation before confronting Dooku. This leads to a duel that do not end well for Yaddle. also read:-Olympic Legend Michael Phelps and MLB Icon Derek Jeter spoke about the trolls
Yaddle was present when Qui-Gon presented Anakin to the Jedi Council in The Phantom Menace, but disappeared after that. The canon explanation which was revealed in the book Ultimate Star Wars, is that she decided to take a less active role in Jedi affairs. Tales of the Jedi confirms this.Yaddle begs for help to Dooku’s, saying it’s not too late for him to turn back to the light side of the Force.She even agrees with him to the morals of Jedi’s .
She says that “I am on your side, Dooku. I stepped down from my position on the Council. You were right about so many things. The Council should’ve listened. Qui-Gon did not have to die.”You may have noticed something unusual in the Yaddle’s dialogue, if you noticed that than you’re right as She is a member of Yoda’s species, but her speech is straightforward, rather than featuring the inverted subject/noun structure of Yoda’s dialogue.
Now, the question arises that, Could that just be a quirk of Yoda’s, or was Yaddle raised among the Jedi and therefore never picked up her homeworld’s dialect? Sad but truth,Tales of the Jedi doesn’t delve into linguistic mysteries. However it does answer the question of what happened to Yaddle. Unfortunately, the ending is a downer, the last episode reveals that her instincts about both the wandering ethics of the Jedi and Count Dooku’s true loyalties were true. It may took over 20 years to get what she deserved, but at the last , she got s chance to be the hero.