The Star Wars: The High Republic novels have brought back to canon one of the greatest powers that Jedi are capable of drawing on.
The arrival of the novels and comics of Star Wars: The High Republic have opened a new horizon for stories set in the galaxy far, far away that he conceived George Lucas more than 40 years ago. Set a few centuries before the events of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, this narrative line will focus on showing the Republic and the Jedi Order in its moments of greatest splendor.
In addition, Star Wars: The High Republic is an excellent opportunity to return to Star Wars canon some of the concepts that were discontinued in 2014, when Lucasfilm announced that the Expanded Universe would be known as Legends and will no longer be considered canon.
The novel of Light of the Jedi, of Charles Soule, a power that currently remained isolated in Legends, the Force Grouping, an evolved form of the Combat Meditation we saw in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
We will not go into details of the plot of Light of the Jedi, but we will explain that the Force Grouping is a combined power in which several Force-sensitive individuals unite their links with that mystical energy field that holds the force together. galaxy. Being one with the Force, the Jedi are capable of achieving great things on a scale impossible for a single individual to imagine, even affecting events throughout an entire solar system.
What do you think about Star Wars regaining the power of the Force Grouping that was seen in the Legends comics?