Zorii or Jannah: Who’s Your Favorite?

The Rise of Skywalker introduced two new characters to the franchise, a pair of awesome female characters who helped bring extra depth to Poe Dameron and Finn’s storylines in the movie.

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On one hand, you have Zorii Bliss, a fancily-clad smuggler wielding two blasters who have a checkered yet clearly romantic past with flawed yet brave Resistance Commander, Poe Dameron. Her only role in the movie is to add a little spice to Poe’s otherwise bland resume (get it, because he was a spice runner) but she still ends up managing to steal the show with her blunt awesomeness.

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And then there’s Jannah, a former stormtrooper like Finn who helped lead her fellow rebellious troopers against the First Order and managed to escape to the moon of Kef Bir near Endor. Because of their similar pasts, she and Finn immediately forged a bond that would lead them to help take down the First Order together.

Of these two new characters, who is your favorite? For me, as much as I love Jannah’s story, Zorii Bliss is just a really cool character to me…and I like really cool characters.

I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a splendid day.

2 thoughts on “Zorii or Jannah: Who’s Your Favorite?”

  1. I found Jannah more interesting than Zorii, myself. Just the idea that First Order child soldier recruiting was far less perfect than it seemed, and Finn wasn’t the only one with the decency to escape his brainwashing at the first command to kill innocents, is rather powerful. Perhaps not realistic in light of what goes on with child soldiers in the real world, but powerful anyway.

    I’m kinda renegotiating my opinion on the sequels, though. I’m prob gonna have to binge the prequels now to recompare. I think both are clearly inferior to the originals, but I remember having to go through this with the prequels 20 years ago too.

    But I’m sheltered in place/working from home anyway, so it’s not like I’ve got anywhere else to be.

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