Grogu’s backstory is revealed in Season 2 of Mandalorian. After analyzing Season 2, we feel that there is a chance that Grogu might be the abandoned son of Yoda.
The Mandalorian named the green kid Baby Yoda but we wonder if it really is Yoda’s Baby! The Mandalorian’s secret weapon was this bad green kid. There was a scene in which this kid was peeking from the inside of his lonely pod, and this became the most cutest scene of the movie. Since that time, Baby Yoda grew up very rapidly as compared to a normal kid.
But during this time, he did very annoying things such as choking people he didn’t like, making strange noises, and eating some random things that were not meant for eating. With time, The Mandalorian revealed many secrets, of Baby Yoda as well his backstory with identity.
The Jedi Are Not Allowed To Form Emotional Attachment
If you are a Star Wars fan, then you must know that there is a misconception that The Jedi can pursue personal attachment, but not a reproduction. In The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda has stated that being emotionally invested in any other person can lead a Jedi to the path of anger, hatred as well as fear.
The Phantom Menace – Anakin Skywalker
This statement was justified in The Phantom Menace, where Mace Windy and Yoda warned Anakin Skywalker that his mother could be his weakness. But due to two main reasons – fear of losing Padmé, and Shmi Skywalker’s death has shifted Anakin Skywalker to the dark side. The result of this is that Anakin ended up toying many innocent lives after creating Darth Vader.
Yoda and Yaddle – Parents of Groguh
In the Phantom Menace, we also come across Yaddle, the Yoda family’s second female member. Here, Ashoka Tano doesn’t remember her, but her destiny remains unknown. Since the Yaddle stepped down from the council, clones attacked immediately.
With that, it’s not clear whether Yaddle survives Order 66 and if she survived then where did she go. We again wonder about the next scene where Yoda and Yaddle are now with a small baby. So, it can be possible that Yoda might have been whipped out his lightsaber, and then with Yaddle; he produced Grogu.