Final Fantasy 10’s Blitzball Is Now Canon In Star Wars

If you’ve ever wondered if people in the world of Star Wars play sports that don’t involve repulsorcraft racing, we now know that they play at least one: Blitzball.

No, you didn’t get that wrong – it’s called Blitzball, you know, the underwater hockey-like sport played by Tidus, Wakka, and others in Final Fantasy X. That’s because it’s in the canonized novel Star Wars: Brotherhood, which deals with the relationship between Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, a reference is made to the fact that Blitzball is being played at a local lake. How do we know it’s the Blitzball from Final Fantasy X? Well, the author of brotherhoodMike Chen is the person who revealed this fun detail, as reported by GamesRadar.

“There is a reference to a sport called blitzball being played at a local lake. Blitzball is basically underwater hockey played as a mini-game in Final Fantasy X. As a former NHL writer, I loved Blitzball incredibly and spent hours winning leagues.”

As you can see, Chen was apparently such a huge fan of the sport that he included a reference to it in his canonical Star Wars novel. Does anyone have a lightsaber that looks like Caladbolg?

If you are interested in others brotherhood Easter eggs like this, Chen has a whole thread dedicated to them on Twitter.

To learn more about Star Wars, watch the new trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and then watch this new trailer for Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 . After that, read our breakdown of all the new details we’ve learned about The Mandalorian, Ahsoka and Star Wars: Skeleton Crew, a new series starring Jude Law.

[Source: GamesRadar]

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