Does Star Wars: The Last Jedi suggests death of another prominent character?

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

The subtitle for the next Star Wars movie has been announced, and I would like to think that whoever is The Last Jedi being referred to is going to die.

Granted that a majority of Star Wars fans consider the prequels non-existent, we must remember that when Darth Maul killed Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Masters Yoda and Mace Windu noted that there will always be a master and an apprentice.

“Always two there are, no more, no less. A master, and an apprentice.” ~ Master Yoda

Yoda may be referring to the Sith’s Rule of Two doctrine, but the same applies to the Jedis. He mentioned Qui-Gon’s incapacity to train young Anakin Skywalker because of this (since he already had Obi-Wan at the time).

Following this rule among the force users, Star Wars Episode VIII could be suggesting the last Jedi could be dying. Otherwise, how could one Jedi be the last Jedi if he is practically still alive and could still be able to train a new apprentice. Unless, of course, if whoever is being referred to as The Last Jedi will no longer will be able to use the force, of if the force will suddenly declare itself extinct or non-existent.

Or does this subtitle simply suggests that Luke will never train Rey, or anyone else.

And now for major discussions: Who will be the Last Jedi? Is it Luke, Rey, or someone else?

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