If you happen to use Twitter, you’d have noticed the trending hashtag #BabyYoda all over the microblogging platform.
In case you have the Disney+ account, you’d be aware of the very basis of the story and what all the baby Yoda fuss is about.
Disney has launched the service initially in the US, Canada and, the Netherlands, and they are already into two episodes of The Mandalorian.
The series is linked to the Star Wars universe and shows the events five years after of Return of the Jedi, mainly focusing on the expeditions of Dyn Jarren, the Mandalorian bounty hunter.
Disney’s new series has been a large success so far, with the fans welcoming the show with warm hearts.
The most adorable and heart-winning character of the whole series has hands down been the ‘Baby Yoda.’
The character is not really known as Baby Yoda in the series and neither is it the childhood of the Yoda we know from previous Start War movies because the era shown in the latest series is the time after the death of Yoda.
This adorable character is a young member of the same species as Yoda but Disney never bothered to name Yoda’s species for some reason.
In a sense, the new hit character is not even a baby. It has seen 50 years of life, enough age for us earthlings to get pretty old but that’s nothing compared to the 900 years’ age of Yodas.
His real name or his exact species might yet be a mystery to us but one thing can be said about this character with full surety: he is breathtakingly cute by all means.
Owing to his infinite cuteness, a number of fans of the series have shown their willingness to give their lives to prevent any harm from coming to the adorable little character.
We hope Jon Favreau, the creator of the series, has not planned to do with the baby Yoda what George R. R. Martin did with the majority of Game of Thrones actors or there’ll be a lot of chaos, on Twitter at least, if not on the streets.