Why Knights of Jen needs a spin-off
It’s fun, anyone wants to see it Knights of Jen It’s mentioned again in Star Wars lore, but there’s a definite story to tell there, as this Force-sensitive group does have an interesting backstory. After all, the Knights of Jen did have a leader before Kylo Ren, and they were known to be a fear of those who crossed their path before the recent trilogy. They can’t fully utilize the Force in the same way as the Sith or Jedi, which makes it easier to believe that someone as powerful as Ben Solo can defeat them alone during the battle of Exegol. But against non-Force users, even some opponents who are skilled and know what they’re doing, knights are considered a bit lethal, though it’s also possible that they rely heavily on their team’s reputation rather than their own skills, Because in the movies it’s easy to say we don’t see them do a lot. Some might find this a little cranky, but the truth is, until the final movie, where the Cavaliers had to go up against their former leader, they didn’t have a lot of room.
Interestingly, if anyone reads the Cavaliers, they find armored warrior Always loyal to the resurrected Palpatine, only obeying Kylo, as this was clearly part of the plan. In other words, they do have loyalty, but not someone who everyone believes in. Once Kylo returns as Ben Solo, it becomes a little too obvious that they can attack him without any difficulty, because their loyalty has been bought and paid, so to speak.
It might be nice to see this group in a limited series, or even a few seasons, because it’s clear they’ve been around for a while, which begs the question of how they came to be and who led them to start , and many other questions one might hope for some answers to. Interest in doing this is hard to pin down because there are so many other projects in limbo right now, some directors want to be involved or stay involved with Star Wars, but each of them wants to do it very differently. However, if anyone is ambitious enough to take over the Knights of Benevolence franchise, hopefully in short order Adam Driver will return to flesh things out and hopefully integrate the story in a meaningful way. An argument made by many, and one I sometimes like to laugh at, is that the Star Wars continuity is up, down, and everywhere. This often means having no way of knowing what content fits into the main story, or even what belongs to the main story.
Given the amount of restructuring that’s been done since Disney took over Lucasfilm, though if that’s the ideal direction, it shouldn’t be hard to figure out how to fit Knights of Jen into it. It’s not entirely clear how the Star Wars franchise will differ from the projects that have been released and talked about, but spinoffs and other projects that may better explain the gap between the original trilogy and the sequel trilogy may well be Well, instead of mentioning it will give a lot of insight to those who don’t follow books, comics, games, and the endless podcasts and forums that exist online. Now, Star Wars is for pretty much everyone interested, but the truth is that a lot of people who liked the story didn’t know much about it other than what they saw in the movie. Some might want to say that means they’re not real fans, but that’s not what I’m talking about right now. All it really takes to be a fan is to watch and enjoy something and hope to see more. All right, see a derivative The Knights of Jen will see more, and it will be more than just a little interesting to see how their stories fit into the franchise, as it will give them a place in history to make it possible for people to recognize them a little better. But until we see someone ambitious enough to come forward to control the story, it’s probably still a footnote, which isn’t terrible, but requires a little explanation.
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