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Yoda shows up in The Empire Strikes Back. Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) lands on Dagobah to look for his direction, having been told to do as such by the Force phantom of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Guinness), who depicts him as “the Jedi Master who taught me”. Baby Yoda join the rebellion read a book shirt Yoda doesn’t at first recognize himself to Luke and rather tests his understanding by introducing himself as an amusing backwater individual, purposely inciting both Luke and R2-D2 (Kenny Baker).
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Luke is stunned when he at last finds that this little, offbeat animal is the amazing Jedi Master he was looking for. Finding that Luke has a similar outrage and carelessness which caused his dad’s defeat, Yoda is hesitant to show him in the methods for the Force, and concurs just at Obi-Wan’s command. Prior to completing his preparation, be that as it may, Luke decides to leave Dagobah so as to go up against Darth Vader (depicted by David Prowse, voiced by James Earl Jones) and spare his companions on Bespin. Yoda and Obi-Wan caution him that he isn’t prepared to confront Vader and is being attracted into a snare, yet Luke leaves at any rate, promising to return. At the point when Obi-Wan regrets that Luke is their “last expectation,” Yoda advises him that “there is another”.