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Baby Yoda

Baby Yoda Interview — Grogu Reveals All(Sorta)

Understanding the real Grogu from the mouth of the youngish Jedi to be.

Greg Prince
3 min readDec 1, 2020


We’re here today with Grogu (aka Baby Yoda) to find out his views on everything zipping around in the neck of their galaxy. I’ve recently completed my course in Force-Telepathy, which allows me to communicate with Grogu. Our mind to mind connection will allow us to gain some understanding surrounding our small but mighty, mysterious Force light friend.

Grogu, can you tell us about your origins?

“Origins you seek? Yet to truly know your own, why ask mine when you have?”

I see. Yes, I meditate and examine who I am, but where did you come from?

“Yes, born in the year 41 BBY (before the Battle of Yavin) then raised at the Jedi temple on Coruscant I was. Hmm.”

Mentioning the Battle of Yavin brings back glorious memories of Luke Skywalker destroying the Deathstar.

And, Grogu, did you receive Jedi training on Coruscant?

“Of course, training all life is..”

I notice some similarities in your speech patterns to those of Yoda’s. Do all of your kind speak in this fashion?

Grogu yawned then said: “Kind what is? Things belong to the force all living.”

Ok, great. Moving on. What do you think of the term “Baby Yoda” describing you, and does that cause a conflict with your self-image?

“Much things people say. 50-year-old baby. Hmm. Image of self not in others. Yoda father knows, Grogu does not? The Force reveals many things. Hmm.”

Grogu, have you received communications on the intergalactic feed regarding opinions of you consuming living frog life forms and their offspring? Several media sources site great offense taken with you eating a certain Frog Lady’s eggs. Your disregard for her unborn caused an outcry after she expressed her concern for her eggs to the Mandalorian, Din Djarin.

“These eggs are the last brood of my life cycle. My husband has risked his life to carve out an existence for us on the only



Greg Prince

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