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This reference to Vernestra Rwoh's past discovered in The Acolyte

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jul6,2024

Last week, we introduced you to the best easter eggs discovered in episode 5 of The Acolyte, including multiple references to the franchise's previous projects, whether the prequel or the postquel. And speaking of Easter eggs, the Star Wars series has more recently made another nod to the story of a character returning to The Acolyte, and this time it's Vernestra Rwoh.

This reference to Vernestra Rwoh's past discovered in The Acolyte


A beautiful tribute to; the story of Vernestra Rwoh

If the new Star Wars series The Acolyte introduced several new characters, it also allowed the return of old characters already known to fans of the franchise. We will think in particular of; Ki-Adi-Mundi, the famous Jedi Master of the Prelogy Era, who we could see in episode 4, and whose appearance caused the anger of many fans. But there is also another Jedi who has returned to the spotlight thanks to The Acolyte, and it is Vernestra Rwoh.

Indeed, this Jedi is well known to Star Wars fans, since she already appeared in several works set in the era of the High Republic, notably in the multimedia series Star Wars: The High Republic(also known as Project Luminous), with the novels A Test of Courage and Light of the Jedi.

This reference to Vernestra Rwoh's past discovered in The Acolyte

She is notably known for having become one of the youngest Jedi Knights in history, reaching this rank at the age of 100. at the age of 16. She also had an apprentice, at namely the young human Genetien Imri Cantaros, and it is precisely he who was entitled to a small reference in the series The Acolyte. It is on the official website of the franchise that we can discover this information concerning the spaceship, baptized Cantaros, in honor of his former Padawan. Here is the description that can be found there:

Although hyperspace travel has troubled her for most of her long life, Jedi Master Vernestra Rwoh keeps a ship ready for attack. job every time she has to leave Coruscant. Named In honor of her former Padawan Imri Cantaros, Vernestra's ship is a Valkeri-Kuat Consolidated Enterprises VKCE-7100x Starcutter, an experimental model featuring of an integrated hyperdrive, a rarity for the time.

Taking into account the longevity of the of Vernestra, which is much higher than that of Vernestra. that of a normal human being, this therefore suggests that the events of the series The Acolyte take place after his Padawan Cantaros lost her life, and that is why she appointed her his ship in his honor.

This reference to Vernestra Rwoh’s past discovered in The Acolyte

< p>And to continue on the same theme, discover what are the consequences of the conclusion of episode 6 of The Acolyte.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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