Spoilers for episode six of Tales of the Jedi are present. Despite being courageous, Ahsoka Tano's actions in Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi demonstrate that Obi-Wan Kenobi was the proper choice. The Grand Inquisitor declared when he first confronted Obi-Wan Kenobi that Jedi were simple prey to find because their compassion compels them to come forward the moment an innocent citizen is in danger. His hypothesis is confirmed when Nari, a Jedi hiding on Tatooine, reveals his Jedi status to shield a stranger from Reva, ultimately leading to his capture and death. The fact that Obi-Wan then puts himself in danger to save Princess Leia supports the Grand Inquisitor's argument.
Ahsoka Tano's valiant deeds in Tales of the Jedi episode 6 further demonstrate the Grand Inquisitor's assertion that Jedi cannot help but strive for justice. Ahsoka doesn't just covertly utilise the Force to defend an unknown girl; she also voluntarily engages in combat with an Inquisitor hired to kill her, defending her town instead of simply fleeing and creating a new identity. Tales of the Jedi demonstrates how the Grand Inquisitor was entirely correct when he charged the Jedi with being too caring for their own good in Obi-Wan Kenobi by having Ahsoka use her Jedi abilities to defend people she isn't even close to on several occasions.
Why The Jedi Can't Help But Step In When Needed
In Disney+'s Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Grand Inquisitor explains that the reason the Jedi seem impelled to aid people at the expense of their own safety is because they have an innate sense of compassion. All Jedi, with the exception of a small number who ultimately turn to the dark side of the Force, are taught from an early age to uphold peace and value life. As a result, these qualities become second nature. For a Jedi who has not yet abandoned their primary principles, it would be nearly impossible to see innocent people in jeopardy and not think about saving them. Some may to some extent fight this impulse, but as Ahsoka, Nari, and Obi-Wan have demonstrated, the itch would eventually need to be scratched.
How Did Obi-Wan & Yoda Avoid Exposing Their Identity To The Empire?
The sympathetic nature of the Jedi worked against them after Order 66, raising the question of how Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars were able to remain hidden from the Empire for such a long time. That mystery is simply addressed by the fact that Dagobah and Tatooine are both somewhat isolated from the rest of the galaxy, making it simple to resist the impulse to assist others while remaining on these particular worlds. Even though Tatooine is in the Outer Rim and is not under the rule of the Empire, Obi-Wan should have spent the majority of his time alone on the sandy desert planet. Instead, he reluctantly rediscovers his heroic side in Obi-Wan Kenobi. Yoda's choice of hiding place worked better because there were fewer frogs nearby and no Stormtroopers to be seen on Dagobah.
The Grand Inquisitor was proven to be correct when he said that the compassion of the Jedi made them simple to track in Obi-Wan Kenobi by Ahsoka Tano continually risking her own safety for the benefit of others. Following Order 66, hiding is undoubtedly more challenging due to the Jedi's renowned benevolence, but these survivors wouldn't be true Jedi without that spirit of selflessness. Because they upheld their principles despite the Empire's relentless quest for them all, many Jedi were probably slain.