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Baby Yoda Could Solve The Escort Mission Problem

Looking at Baby Yoda as a solution to the issues with escort missions in video games, mainly the fact the characters are useless and not enjoyable.

The escort missions during a game have long been overdue for a change to how they operate. If games want to make these types of missions more enjoyable, there is a solution to the problem. Only one adorable, little hero can make it all worthwhile - Baby Yoda.

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Escort missions in games can sometimes be frustrating. The character a player must escort tend to be annoying, move slow and are a defenseless whiner. Taking an eye off of the escort for even a brief amount of time causes them to get attacked, scream and die without even putting up a fight. Talk about pathetic. This wouldn't be a problem with Baby Yoda, though. With Baby Yoda, it would be an honor to protect, fight and even die for the mission.

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Put Baby Yoda as an escort character for those types of missions. It doesn't even matter which game, any game actually. Jokes aside, a Baby Yoda escort scenario like in the show would change the game for escort missions and provide a solid blue-print for video games going forward. Two reasons specifically come to mind with a scenario like this - the ability for Baby Yoda to defend itself and how ridiculously cute it is where a player can't help but protect it with their life.

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Imagine escorting a character that could help a player out when needed. Instead of dealing with a character that is whiny and useless, where it wouldn't matter one bit if they died other than completing the mission, having a character that could help a player out when things really got tricky would be refreshing. Baby Yoda can do that, not to mention that Baby Yoda is one of the most adorable creatures in pop-culture history. It would be an honor as gamers to protect it with our lives. This could lead t0 more investment in the mission and make it more enjoyable.

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This case goes far past Baby Yoda, though, as that is more of a device to discuss how escort missions can be improved in gaming. If players are given a character they actually want to protect and one that could help in any way when things got into a bind, they could be invested more and get more enjoyment from those missions. Baby Yoda is the key to saving the escort mission. At least, the idea of it is.

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