After episode 10 of Andor, one of the leading theories put forward by Kino Loy is Snoke fans is that Imperial troops will capture Loy, torture him, and use the leader of the prison break for cloning experiments, resulting in clone – Experiments will lead to Snoke’s creation. “With this Ep10 development I could absolutely imagine Kino being tortured in turn and used as an experiment ending in the creation of Snoke clones,” he tweeted Gareth Bartlett. It’s an idea previously circulated on social media, but now it has new weight following the events of Episode 10.
“Wouldn’t it be an amusing twist if it turned out that Kino Loy’s DNA sample was used to create a clone of Snoke?” said @heidi_fedor. user @BrenDerlin wrote, “I know the Snoke theories are stupid, but I keep imagining a revelation where there’s a different Andy Serkis on every different prison level, all competing to be the clone that survives.” may. I always think of SHEEV on Disney+ starring Andy Serkis. I know I’m sorry.”
Well, while fans will always enjoy talking about the Snoke stuff, it’s important to actually consider whether there’s enough evidence that there’s a real connection between “Andor” and the Skywalker saga. And to do that, we must go straight to the source itself.