Andor Still Hasn't Unraveled Scene 1's Greatest Riddle
Andor’s lost sister was the first snare to the Star Wars appear, as a result the secret wasn’t settled in season 1, it may return in season 2.
Andor satisfyingly tied up numerous free closes by its season 1 near, but the Star Wars appear had one central puzzle that it didn't resolve. The opening minutes of scene 1, "Kassa," highlighted Cassian inquiring questions in a brothel on the mechanical planet Morlana One, some time recently incidentally murdering two officers who addressed him. Cassian fled to Ferrix to stow away, setting in movement the show's occasions that driven him over the world whereas developing a conviction within the Disobedience cause. Be that as it may, Cassian's reason for going to the Morlana One brothel, to find a lead on his sister's whereabouts, was not returned to by Andor season 1.
Cassian's sister, Kerri, was seen amid flashbacks in Star Wars' Andor, back on Cassian's homeworld of Kenari. After a Republic dispatch smashed adjacent, a bunch of more seasoned Kenari younglings cleared out their town to examine, with Cassian joining the undertaking and clearing out Kerri. As he was taken absent from Kenari by Maarva in a flashback in scene 3, "Figuring," that goodbye was the final time Cassian saw his sister. It was moreover where Andor cleared out her character, protecting the puzzle of what got to be of her.
Andor Hasn't Confirmed What Happened To Cassian's Sister
Given how committed Cassian was to finding his sister in "Kassa," he clearly felt blameworthy for taking off her on Kenari. The Republic was on its way to explore its smashed dispatch and might have allocated a few of the fault for the dead bodies around the dispatch on the locals, and taken exact retribution upon them. Kerri may have been slaughtered at that point, or at another organize amid Kenari's mining calamities beneath both Andor's Domain and the Republic. This was a critical doubt Cassian harbored in Andor, in spite of his appreciation towards Maarva for giving him a secure domestic.
In any case, he moreover frantically needed to accept that she was both lively, and overseen to elude Kenari. The reason he gone to the Morlana One brothel was that he listened a Kenari young lady worked there, some time recently being told she cleared out months prior. He was getting a handle on onto any trust, no matter how flighty. The final time she was specified in Andor season 1 was amid Cassian's last minutes with Maarva after the Aldhani heist, when Maarva told him to halt looking for his sister, which he shouldn't fault himself for what likely happened to her.
Could Andor's Sister Appear In Season 2?
Given Andor's notoriety as grown-up Star Wars based in develop narrating, it is completely conceivable that Kerri does not show up once more. Cassian's blame over losing her was the catalyst for his circular segment in joining Luthen's resistance within the season 1 finale, which is possibly all she might speak to for both seasons. In the event that Cassian were to meet Kerri once more, it would be the kind of emotional coincidence recognizable from the Skywalker Adventure, but outsider to Andor's more grounded sensibilities. Maarva might have been redress when she told Cassian that everybody on Kenari kicked the bucket. Moreover, on the off chance that Kerri did elude, she was some place among the universe's thousands of planets and billions of life shapes.
Be that as it may, it is additionally conceivable that she might appear up in Andor season 2. Whereas it can be a slight straying from Andor's more practical tone, rejoining Cassian with Kerri would make account sense for the Star Wars appear, as a way to associate the Republic's past colonial wrongdoings with the Empire's modern remorselessness. Her nonattendance from Rebel One: A Star Wars Story will got to be clarified as well, but the appear may turn that on its head. On the off chance that Cassian finds Kerri as it were for her to be appallingly taken absent from him once more, it might clarify why he was so bored by the time of Rebel One.