A/N: The reason why Yoda said Luke instead of Anakin is because he guessed Anakin would be too busy trying to raise his children and protect them.
After they landed on the desert planet of Tatooine, Anakin told the pilot to leave and gave him an extra layer of Force persuasion for him to not report today's events to anyone.
Once he stepped foot in the Lars's home, Luke and Leia ran up to him and clung themselves to him. Anakin found Yoda sitting on a stool. Anakin went over to him to thank him for watching over his children.
"Thanks for watching them. I hope they haven't been a handful." His message got to Yoda despite that both Luke and Leia were both talking. Asking him questions about his journey or so.
"No problem at all, they were. Reminded me of the Jedi younglings, they did." He said this with a smile.
Anakin smiled in return and went back in front of the children's guardians and put them down. They continued to talk excessively.
"Daddy, how was your trip?"
"Tell us about it!"
"Master Yoda's very good at games!"
"Very, very good!"
He motioned for them to quiet down, which they did.
"One question at a time." Luke was first.
"So where did you go, Daddy?"
"I actually went to two planets."
"One was a swampy place called Dagobah. The other was a very dangerous place called Mustafar."
"Where you hurt Daddy?" Leia asked with a very concerned tone in her voice. Luke looked just as concerned.
"No. I was okay." The twins sighed in relief. Leia was the next to ask questions.
"What did you do there?"
"I fought a giant dragonsnake on Dagobah and saved Ben on Mustafar."
Luke and Leia were both amazed by this. They talked to each other about their father's adventure and how brave he was. Yoda thought that it was a good opportunity to speak with Skywalker in private. He motioned to Anakin to come to him.
Anakin walked to Yoda and waited to listen to what he had to say.
"Talk in private, we should. Discuss about Skywalker twins, we need to. Bring Kenobi."
Anakin nodded and got Obi-Wan. Then the three Jedi went into a room, Luke's room to be exact, and spoke in private.
"What is it, Master Yoda?" Obi-Wan asked.
"A powerful connection to the Force and to each other, the twins have. Especially young Luke."
"What about my son?"
"Unrivaled, his connection to the Force may be."
"Even more powerful than yours?"
"Yes, young Kenobi."
Anakin was silent about this. Both Yoda and Obi-Wan noticed this.
"What is it, Anakin? What are your thoughts?"
"I haven't a clue. But, Master Yoda, will you have him trained like a Jedi youngling?"
"Yes. My best, I shall do. Re-establish the Jedi Order, he is able to."
"But first, we need to take down Palpatine."
"Yes, trouble, Palpatine is."
"I already have a plan, Obi-Wan. Me and Yoda will go. You stay here and take care of my kids."
"Why don't you stay instead, Anakin?"
"Master Yoda and I can do this. Anakin, you told me that you didn't want to neglect them anymore, so why don't you stay? You'll be able to live and stay with them."
"Right, young Kenobi may be. Yet, the Prophecy, there is."
"What about the Prophecy? I know Anakin is supposed to be the one who destroys the Sith, but he really wants to take care of his children."
"Ah, yes. The younger Skywalkers. If young Skywalker wants to stay, he can."
Anakin opened his mouth to protest, but shut it again. He didn't really have any good reason to go. He could be with his children and Obi-Wan and Yoda could take care of themselves. He nodded.
"Thank you, Master Yoda."
"Unnecessary, a thank you is. Soon, we must go."
"Yes. Anakin, call your shuttle back again. We'll Force persuade him. Oh, and we'd better take Artoo also. He'll help out a lot."
"Alright. I'll go get the pilot now."
Anakin walked out to his son's room, out of the house, and into the desert to contact Tavers.
Back in Luke's room, Obi-Wan began to have second thoughts.
"Master Yoda, just as a precaution. What would we were to do if we were caught?"
Yoda was silent for a second then spoke.
"Then mercy, may the Force have. Not lost, all hope will be. Young Luke Skywalker, we still have. Bring an end to the Empire, I am certain he will."