OBI-WAN KENOBI: 10 Major Leaks For The Disney+ Series You Need To Know - SPOILERS

Obi-Wan Kenobi is a series that's been literally a decade and a half in the making, but with the show right around the corner, we have some potentially major spoilers to share with you in this feature...

Obi-Wan Kenobi is less than two weeks away from arriving on Disney+, and the sooner we get to watch those first two episodes, the better. Like many Star Wars movies and TV shows, there have been a whole lot of spoilers and leaks doing the rounds online, and we've rounded up the biggest for you.

From major details on Darth Vader's return to shocking cameos and even how the series ends, there's plenty to discuss. If you don't mind learning some pretty major moments in advance, then you'll find lots to sink your teeth into here, and this intel comes our way from some reliable sources. 

In other words, there are no Reddit leaks or so-called "scoopers." With that in mind, what you find below is likely to happen in the Disney+ series, and we're sure it will only make you more excited.

To take a look through these big Obi-Wan Kenobi leaks, simply click on the "Next" button!

10. Darth Vader's Brutal Introduction


After cutting off Anakin Skywalker's legs and one of his arms in Revenge of the Sith, Obi-Wan left his former pupil to burn. It was a harsh punishment, but one "The Chosen One" arguably deserved after murdering those Jedi Younglings in cold blood while helping Darth Sidious destroy the Jedi Order (among his many other crimes).

When Obi-Wan Kenobi begins, Darth Vader will have had a decade to think about what his former Master did to him. We know that his suit leaves Anakin in constant pain, and at the start of episode three, it's said we'll see a badly scarred Anakin on a table, limbless and in agony as his various body parts are reconnected and re-activated after a night in the Bacta Tank.

It's been said that this is how Vader begins his day (every day), emphasising what he's been going through since his defeat at the hands of his former Master. No wonder he wants revenge!

9. The Cameo Fans Have Been Waiting For


There's been a lot of speculation surrounding whether Obi-Wan Kenobi will feature a cameo appearance from Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn. After all, it's been said on numerous occasions that the fallen Jedi Master is responsible for teaching his former Padawan how to live on through the Force after death, so it would make perfect sense to show us their reunion. 

Apparently, Qui-Gon does indeed show up for an actual exchange with Obi-Wan. Neeson will first "appear" in the Disney+ series as a voice guiding Kenobi during his lightsaber battle with Darth Vader, encouraging "Ben" to overcome the Sith Lord. As you might expect, that inspires the Jedi to prevail in the battle against the monster once known as Anakin Skywalker.

That's just a voice cameo, and it will be in the sixth episode we get to see Neeson as Qui-Gon again. Appearing on Tatooine as a Force Ghost, he supposedly stands in front of a shocked Obi-Wan, smiles, and asks what took him so long. With that, he tells his one-time pupil that he's been with him this whole time, and the stage is set for him to teach Obi-Wan his final lesson.

8. A Big Post-Credits Scene


Darth Vader is a character who needs no introduction, but that doesn't mean the Disney+ series won't deliver a cool opening moment for the iconic villain's first live-action appearance since 2016's Rogue One. Apparently, we'll see Vader make his return in a post-credits scene at the end of the second episode.

After "Ben" Kenobi races into action to rescue the young Princess Leia, he embraces the Force for the first time since the end of Revenge of the Sith. In the stinger, we come across a Bacta Tank. Inside the murky water is a mysterious figure, and with that, Anakin's twisted eye comes into focus as Vader senses this shift in the Force. 

Clearly, he's finally felt the presence of his old Master, and it will be this that prompts the former Jedi to head back into action in a quest to finally take revenge on the man he believes betrayed him (of course, Vader has something of a legitimate gripe after Obi-Wan left him to burn on Mustafar).

7. Obi-Wan Kenobi Fails Again


Obi-Wan Kenobi will introduce a young Jedi called Nari who had been searching for the former Jedi Master since shortly after the events of Order 66. Pursued by Sith Inquisitors, the former Padawan confronts Obi-Wan and attempts to convince him to start a new Jedi Order.

The hero is having none of it, though, and tells Nari that if he hopes to survive, he should bury his lightsaber in the sand. The war was lost and the Jedi are no more; this leaves the young man dejected, and he moves on, leaving "Ben" alone.

Later, when Obi-Wan is later forced to leave the planet in an effort to rescue Princess Leia, he sees something in the distance at the Tatooine spaceport: Nari's body, put on display by the Inquisitors to send a message. With that, the fallen hero realises he's let another young Jedi down. This sounds like another hard-hitting lesson for "Ben" and one that likely informs much of this series.

6. Order 66


Rumour has it the limited series kicks off with a flashback to the events of Order 66 in the Jedi Temple. Clone Troopers are shown attacking two young Padawan learners who are being protected by their respective Jedi Masters. Unfortunately, they're unable to fend off the Emperor Palpatine-controlled clones, but their students manage to escape thanks to their sacrifice. 

It's unclear whether Lucasfilm will take this opportunity to show more of what happened to Grogu and how he survived, but we'd bet on these Padawans being more than just random characters.

As noted, Obi-Wan Kenobi will introduce a force-wielder who searches for the reclusive Jedi Master as well as new members of the Sith Inquisitors. Could it be that the two escapees ended up heading down vastly different paths on the Light and Dark sides of the Force? It would be a fun twist. 

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