« Last post by Lord Xizer on Today at 03:17:11 PM »
I will say that I liked how Maul died - nice and quick, with Obi-wan tricking Maul into trying to use the move he used to kill Qui-gon and Obi-wan effortlessly countering it. It showed without words that Kenobi had grown immeasurably since their last encounters and learned from the past, while Maul was stuck trying to undo or fix the past and hadn't progressed at all.
This I agree with wholeheartedly. It is the fundamental difference in their characters and ultimately the difference between a villain and hero in context of the heroes journey.
A similar context is Isard and Iella in Isard's Revenge.