More Than a Love Interest: Clone Wars' Duchess Satine Kryze | The Mary Sue
As for Obi-Wan, I haven't watched all of CW, but was Obi-Wan and Satine's relationship supposed to have been consummated? I thought they. Duchess Satine Kryze was the pacifistic leader of the New Mandalorians and the planet Obi-Wan's commitment to the Order ended their relationship, and he left to . and Savage Opress came to Mandalore with the help of the crime families. Once Anakin and Obi-Wan return with the cure, Padmé and Ahsoka enter recovery. the senator can't get her pro-war loving husband to help her out. for even saying this because of Obi-Wan's relationship with Satine.
Or is it simply a response to political convenience? Both Obi-Wan and Satine present compelling points, but Satine puts a finger on the central paradox of the Jedi: They are an organization committed to peace, yet they are defined by their unique weapons. They view themselves as unbiased protectors, but they now serve as commanders and generals in an army committed to vanquishing political insurgency across the galaxy.
Plus, this war between the Republic and the Separatists is really just a facade for the more nefarious evil of the Empire that is to come. The Jedi, puppeted by Palpatine, have aligned themselves against former Jedi Dooku, under orders from Darth Sidious—who is, of course, the same person as Palpatine.
If ever there was an argument for violence feeding more violence, Satine Kryze has it in the bag.
In response, Obi-Wan hedges for a moment and then replies: As an aside, Satine represents the ultimate fantasy version of my own personal Mary Sue. Was this strong, independent female character seriously fridged? Sure, the fact that Obi-Wan suffers through the death of his master and his girlfriend and is eventually killed by his own padawan is the devastating stuff of fiction that keeps me up at night.
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The latter had a son named Korkie Kryzea nephew with whom Satine was very close. She rapidly aligned her government with the ideals of the New Mandalorian movement.
The New Mandalorians wished to break with Mandalore's brutal past and adopt a more peaceful attitude towards other systems. This was in stark opposition to more conservative-minded individuals on Mandalore who sought to preserve the old ways and continue the Mandalorian custom of waging war for the glory of their world. The conflict grew so large that it eventually required the intervention of the Jedi Order. They remained on the run with no certainties about what the next day would bring for nearly a year.
At some point, they were attacked by a swarm of venom-mites on Draboonand Obi-Wan carried Satine to safety. Qi'ra manipulates that trust and passion to take control of her life like never before by ending Dryden Vos and taking command of the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate.
Han, on the other hand, loses his idealism because of Qi'ra's actions and becomes the cynical, jaded scoundrel that fans first meet in the original trilogy. Even as Qi'ra manipulates him, she reminds Han that despite the facade he displays to everyone--and without saying it the betrayal coming from Qi'ra herself--that he is a good person.
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She makes Han a more hardened and self-serving person while also reminding him of the reluctant hero inside him that cares, all of which are imperative to his development in the original trilogy and sequel trilogy.
Iden and Del Meeko are intriguing characters and have a fun dynamic as a couple. The problem isn't with them so much as the writing surrounding their defection. It was a bitter disappointment for many to only briefly play from the Imperial perspective, which was largely a letdown because it was marketed as a unique selling point for the game. If Iden and Del Meeko were going to defect, it should have happened more gradually so there was more buildup to their decision. It could've ended up being an effective plot twist after playing for a while with them as loyal to the Empire.
Instead, it felt rushed and prevented many fans from getting invested in Iden, Del Meeko, or their relationship. Lando Calrissian and Kaasha Bateen Lando Calrissian was always a bit of a suave ladies' man, more focused on charming others and living in the moment than building any kind of long-term relationship.
This is what makes his relationship with Kaasha Bateen in the novel Star Wars: Last Shot so fascinating. Kaasha--a Twi'lek--is an old flame that comes back into his life a few years after Return of the Jedi.
It takes one special person to soften the heart of a ladies' man. Lando was never content to settle with one person or relationship, but he finds himself falling for Kaasha in a way he never has with anyone else.
Their personalities and skills complement each other really well. They can still go on an adventure together, but also be committed to one another in a way that Lando has rarely committed. In order to survive, Callista Ming shed her physical body and transferred her consciousness into the computer of a ship called the Eye of Palpatine.
Years later, Luke would discover this ship and fall in love with Callista Ming. Not long after, her consciousness was transferred to the body of another Jedi so she and Luke could share a physical relationship.
At another point in time, the powerful dark side entity Abeloth took over Callista's new body in an attempt to get close to Luke and destroy him.
Both Force-sensitive individuals told many lies and manipulated one another in various ways.Obi-Wan & Satine Tribute - Love Is a Battlefield
It took them a long time to even realize their true feelings for one another. Unlike many of the other couples on this list, that buildup did not feel like satisfying payoff.