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The Acolyte Creator Says Concept Of Force Dyad Important To The Story

The Acolyte creator Leslye Headland says the concept of a Force Dyad is important to the story of the series.

The Acolyte creator Leslye Headland says the concept of a Force Dyad is important to the story of the series. Fans have theorized that Mae and Osha may be some kind of Force Dyad, a concept introduced in The Rise of Skywalker off the top of J.J. Abrams head I imagine. However, once something is in the canon, I guess it’s fair game.

Headland in no way confirmed that Mae and Oshae are a Force Dyad. In fact she indicated it won’t even be mentioned by name in Season 1. Headland did however explain that the concept of a Force Dyad is important to the overall story being told. Here is what Headland said when speaking with Collider;

“In my opinion, the Jedi wouldn’t necessarily have that vocabulary right away. What I thought was interesting is that the Sith may be searching for something that would help them along with a larger quest and that Osha and Mae would possibly be a part of that. So, the power of two can mean a couple of different things. I would say primarily it means the relationship between two Sith. However, I think there’s a secondary meaning that will be revealed later in the story.”

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“Yes, I think the concept of a Force Dyad is very important to the story, even if it isn’t necessarily name-checked, because I think that the Sith are much more aware of what a Dyad is, and I think the Jedi haven’t figured that out yet in terms of how powerful that particular relationship between two Force-sensitive beings could be. There are many things in the High Republic that the Jedi would consider mythology or lack the language to describe, whereas the Sith know that they exist. I think the Sith are also tuned in to some aspects of The Force and ways to manipulate The Force that the Jedi are just not tuned into yet.”

I’m more interested in seeing what the Sith may or may not know about a Dyad. Or, exploring more of what their plans are at this point in time. Not a fan at all of The Rise of Skywalker. However Force Healing was a worse inclusion than the Force Dyad in my opinion. Doesn’t mean I think it was a great idea though.

I dunno, The Acolyte Season 1 needs a great ending, because it’s been a bit average and slow till now. I am more intrigued by the idea of following the Sith from this point onwards. That’s if it gets a Season 2, we shall see.

What do you think of her comments as The Acolyte creator Leslye Headland says the concept of a Force Dyad is important to the story of the series? Thoughts below as always folks.

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