qui gon jinn

What does Qui-Gon have to say in Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi? And a charity stream for mental health awareness! — Making Star Wars

Very recently, I met with some crew members of Obi-Wan Kenobi, The Mandalorian 3 and the upcoming Ahsoka series. We got to talking about RPGs and a charity event I will be helping out with. There is a subtext to Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi that really ties into ideas of hope during our darkest times […]

What does Qui-Gon have to say in Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi? And a charity stream for mental health awareness! — Making Star Wars

So, I’m really trying not to get my hopes up too high for a Qui-Gon appearance in the Obi-Wan show, not least because Liam Neeson has said he isn’t in it. (He could be lying Andrew Garfield-style, I suppose.) But if this actually happens –

In Chapter Six, after all is said and done, the blue ghost of Qui-Gon Jinn does manifest for Kenobi. As Qui-Gon appears in front of Kenobi, Obi-Wan looks on in amazement, hardly able to believe his own eyes. Qui-Gon Jinn smiles at Kenobi and asks him what took him so long? Qui-Gon then says he’s been there with him the entire time. 

-my Phantom Menace/Jedi Apprentice loving self will be SO BEYOND crying tears of joy. I will be sobbing for days.

Hi Moddy! I was wondering what you think of Qui gon Jinn? Your fics show different perspectives of him so I was curious

swpromptsandasks:

Okay so first of, I find him a hot and interesting character.

That said… I also understand he’s a deeply flawed and hurt man. A human with traumas, strong conviction and hurts and someone that has lashed out at people that don’t deserve his scorn. He’s also a person that is fierce, compassionate and wants to help, even when the order he serves and the Senate the Jedi is suppose to obey tells him no.

He’s someone, just like everyone else of us, is trying to live a life.

I don’t blame him for having traumas honestly, I do blame him for taking it out on people that don’t deserve it though, as we’ve seen in canon stuff that he’s behaved like a arse to Obi-Wan.

And I blame Yoda for pushing a apprenticeship on him, using a child to heal an adult.

But yeah, that’s my opinion of him. Just a human with flaws and good sides.

Cause there is no such thing as a perfect human.

The Psychopathic Menace: Qui-Gon Jinn Rampages in 1999 Video Game —

Each of the original six Star Wars movies received at least one tie-in video game adapting its story. We could talk for hours about the exhausting sand monsters of Super Star Wars or the amazing Jedi Temple purge scenes that we deserved to see in the film from the Revenge of the Sith action-adventure game. […]

The Psychopathic Menace: Qui-Gon Jinn Rampages in 1999 Video Game —

This is something I did not know, but as a diehard Qui-Gon fan now delight in knowing.