Luke connecting these stories in a narrative parallel/cycle, because the nature of Star Wars has always been something of a cyclical one.
The story of a teacher who felt he failed his student (combining Obi-Wan and Yoda together a bit for this, but Luke’s connection is to both of them so it follows), reluctant to train a second one because of that failure.
The next student needing a teacher, telling them that I won’t fail you, showing us that the last student failed the teacher.
Give me Rey following in Luke’s footsteps. Show that the student failed the teacher in really important ways. And the second student will rise together with the teacher again.
Okay but what if in Teenage Dadvid au David comes home from retail work and is honest to god bone fucking tired and upset because of old ass people blaming him for something like chips being $1.99. He pays Gwen for watching Max and is holding his baby boy and Max just goes “D… Da… Da. Dada!”
AND IT INSTANTLY MAKES DAVID’S NIGHT. HIS FIRST WORD IS DADA. AFTER A SHITTY DAY AT WORK.
Listen super Unpopular Opinion™ but I would gladly throw away any chances at a Dragon Age: Origins remaster AND
a Mass Effect Trilogy remaster for a Dragon Age II remaster where the only discernible difference is Sebastian Vael is given the character development and romance arc he deserves.
this is just a personal opinion but: crossover art is always super cute but like serious crossover ships are always a bit… strange to me? like…. i know all writing has projection but it always feels like crossover ships make up this dynamic that they would really want to see it canon but probably won’t happen so they create one instead