Another Member Of Yoda’s Species Has Proven That The Famed Jedi Speaks Backwards For No Reason

Yaddle Proves That Yoda Speaks In Riddles For No Reason (Viral Video)

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On Wednesday, Lucasfilm film released their new animated Star Wars anthology series titled Tales of the Jedi, which features characters such as Ahsoka Tano, Mace Windu, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, a young Count Dooku, and more.

One of the characters that appear in the series is Yaddle, who — in addition to Grogu — is the only other member of Yoda’s species that has been introduced in the Star Wars universe. Yaddle, in fact, was actually introduced in the prequel trilogy and was hilariously horrifying to look at:

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Yaddle, who is the same species as Yoda, speaks in normal sentences in Tales of the Jedi, leaving fans wondering why Yoda talks the way he does

The character, though, has not only resurfaced in Tales of the Jedi and is not only being voiced by actress and director Bryce Dallas Howard, but she’s also speaking TOTALLY NORMAL and without the use of Yoda’s famed backward way of speaking, leading fans to the conclusion that Yoda does it “just for the fun of it.”

The reactions to this revelation were obviously hilarious considering the fact that Star Wars fans have literally been listening to Yoda speak in riddles for decades:

In addition to Tales of the Jedi, the excellent Andor is also currently in the midst of its first season on Disney+. Andor will then be followed by season three of The Mandalorian, which is set to premiere in February 2023. Also set to premiere on Disney+ in 2023 in Dave Filoni’s Ahsoka, which stars Rosario Dawson, and Jon Watts’ Star Wars: Skeleton Crew, which features Jude Law. There’s also The Acolyte, which does not have an official release date but made some official casting announcements earlier this year, meaning it could be on track for a 2023 release.

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