A picture of Daisy Ridley as Rey in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Facebook/ Star Wars

Rey will be just as vulnerable as Luke was during training, according to a new theory about “Star Wars: Episode 8.” The Jedi training of the new character is expected to take place in the upcoming film, but time is running out for the heroes on Ahch-To.

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In a new video posted on YouTube, Mike Zeroh looks at what Rey’s (Daisy Ridley) weakness could be in the upcoming film, and compares it to the original trilogy. During his training with Master Yoda, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) had a vision of his friends in trouble. He rushed to aid his friends, despite warnings by his teacher. The Jedi-in-training was unprepared to face Darth Vader and know the truth about his father.

An unprepared Luke was defeated by Darth Vader and lost his hand in the duel. But, more importantly he was emotionally scarred by learning the truth, and the angry young man blamed Obi-Wan for not telling him the truth at that time.

Something similar could be brewing for Rey in “Star Wars: Episode 8,” according to Mike. Her background is a mystery, especially the part about her parents, just like Luke. If her back story is just as painful as Luke’s, she should ideally wait for her training to be complete before she faces it.

Mike points that that there have been reports about Rey being frustrated while training with Luke. If she were to confront Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) it is quite possible that she may be the one to get defeated this time around.

A confrontation on Ahch-To appears to be inevitable in “Star Wars: Episode 8.” The First Order has been tracking the Resistance activities, and will do anything to prevent Luke Skywalker from coming back. The most obvious choice to send to the planet, after his training, is Kylo Ren.