THE ACOLYTE showrunner talks Mae and Osha’s origins and where they’ll go next

THE ACOLYTE showrunner talks Mae and Osha’s origins and where they’ll go next

The third episode of Star Wars: The Acolyte takes viewers 16 years back into their past on the planet Brendok and this is where we learn the origin of the twins Osha and Mae and where they come from

Obviously, if you haven’t watched the episode yet, there are spoilers!

The twins were conceived through the magical powers of the Force by Mother Aniseya and raised in a coven of Force-wielding witches.

The origin was a surprise to many fans and while some go with the flow of the show, others don’t care about the direction the story is going.

Showrunner Leslye Promontory recently addressed the origin of these twins, and despite what it seems, Headland explains that “there is no one answer.”

In the episode there is a scene where we see Mother Koril and Mother Aniseya arguing about the best path for Osha and Mae.

During this exchange, Koril says that she carried the girls, but Mother Aniseya retorts that she created them since the girls have no father.

This is something that many fans have linked to Anakin Skywalker as he too was conceived without a father. It is revealed that Anakin was “created” through midi-chlorians.

You’d think there’s some kind of connection here, but Headland wouldn’t confirm anything that’s going on. He addressed the origin in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

She said: “If you keep watching the show, we talk about it and explore it. I would say there’s no answer to that. Some characters believe certain things, and other characters believe other things in terms of what she means. So, you’ll have to look and decide which side you’re on.”

So, answers about that will apparently come as people continue to watch the series.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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