Fortunately, this scheme was thwarted, and Ahsoka began her life as a Jedi. Sabine, eager to know more about the individual giving them their intelligence, suggested that "Fulcrum" wait for them at the rendezvous, prompting Ahsoka to wonder if something was wrong. I want to talk about Ahsoka overall, and especially throughout Season Two of Rebels. While it's possible that Ahsoka will return in the flesh in Star Wars Rebels season 3, there's also a strong possibility that she will appear as a Force ghost or disembodied voice, judging by Filoni's comments on the subject. Despite leaving the Order, Ahsoka's skills with a lightsaber have greatly improved to mastery, proven by her duel against both the Seventh Sister and the Fifth Brother, as she was able to easily outmatch and overpower them both unaided and walk away unscathed. Having been born on the planet Shili, she was nearly enslaved by an imposter who intercepted the signal to the Jedi Order and who hoped to put her powers to use for his own ends. However, before long, Ahsoka arrived and engaged the two Inquisitors in a lightsaber duel. She also convinced Organa to provide her with a new ship. Unable to use the help of her former masters, Ahsoka was given the possession of her old lightsabers, and the command of an army of Clone Troopers led by Captain Rex. When the rebels discussed their next move, Ahsoka suggested that the Ghost crew seek out an old friend: the former Clone Captain Rex. However, because of the damage that had been done to his mask, his voice was no longer that of Vader, but a combination of Vader's mechanical baritone and Anakin's unfiltered voice. Despite everything Barriss had done, Ahsoka still had some affection for her former friend, and later expressed her belief that while she was wrong about most things, she did have a point about the Jedi and the Republic, and that if had they truly listened to her, they might have been able to stop Darth Sidious before it was too late. Otherwise, here’s a full list of the episodes she shows up in “Rebels,” which will give you the most recent information on her story: “Rebels” season 1: One of the longest-running mysteries of Star Wars Rebels was of what happened to Ahsoka Tano in the Season 2 finale after she faced off against Darth Vader. Ahsoka and Kanan decided to pursue the Inquisitor, as Ezra tried to look for a way back up. Ahsoka then swore to avenge Anakin's "death", something against her Jedi training and morals, but affirmed she was not a Jedi and proceeded to duel Vader, only to find that he was indeed her former friend and mentor. Before they landed on the planet, Chopper picked up a ship on the planet, but couldn't recognize what type it was. After the end of the war, Ahsoka would eventually join forces with Bail Organa and found the Rebel network, learning to act with great discretion, taking up the codename "Fulcrum" to contact various Rebel cells and assign them missions or targets of interest. Ahsoka was a key member of Senator Organa and Senator Mon Mothma's rebel network. They made their way to the temple, where they encountered the Seventh Sister and Fifth Brother. These Inquisitors were aware about the existence of Ahsoka and attempted to force Ezra and Sabine to divulge all information they knew about her. As the Rebels departed from Takobo, Ahsoka recalled that a similar attempt had been made by a Sith Lord to abduct children during the Clone Wars. As a result, the Clone Troopers under Ahsoka's command turned on her, with the exception of Rex, who had previously removed his inhibitor chip, an inorganic brain implant that compelled each Clone Trooper to comply with Order 66. After Kanan and Ezra were attacked by the Inquisitors on Oosalan Mesa, they realized their presence was endangering the rebellion's search for a base and met with Ahsoka on the Ghost to discuss a plan of action. When she started out the Padawan of her Master, Ahsoka originally wielded a single lightsaber, utilizing the unorthodox Shien reverse-grip, though her master would later train her to use a standard grip along with the lightsaber styles of Form IV and Form V. Later on in the Clone Wars, she trained in Jar'Kai after constructing a lightsaber shoto to wield alongside her first saber, and utilized it often when facing multiple opponents. Ahsoka had also decoded two sets of coordinates. Before they left, Ahsoka met Bendu, an ancient Force-sensitive being living on the planet. Freddie Prince Jr. did an excellent job voicing the character, so maybe fans can cross their fingers for a flashback cameo appearance somewhere down the line. It would feel so weird to have her show up, especially since from this season on, we are gonna have less and less of The Force and more military and all our main characters belive she's dead. Vader glanced down at the floor, but disregarded it and prepared to strike down his former apprentice. She wished the Force to be with Ezra and headed down into a dark tunnel. Through her mastery of the Force and lightsaber skills, Ahsoka easily defeated the two Inquisitors. It also brought Thrawn back into the mix, much to fans’ delight. Depressed by the inevitable, he allowed the fire caused by the fuel pods to consume Kanan for good. Ahsoka is overwhelmed by the presence of Darth Vader. Will Baby Yoda (Grogu if you’re willing) be trained in the Force? Remember, after Rebels, Hera takes on a much larger role with the New Republic. At Organa's suggestion, Ahsoka adopted the code name Fulcrum for her work as a rebel spy. Ahsoka asked then if she would die, but Bendu acted as if she was affirming it, and so replied that he did not know that before telling her goodbye. At 12:50 he's knocked out from attempting to penetrate that Force field around Grogu. When the rebels were safe and away from Mustafar, Ahsoka revealed her identity and told them that they were part of a wider rebel movement.[7]. The way the shot is set up is similar to when Vader spots Ahsoka at the temple in Rebels, making this moment really tug at the heartstrings as fans already know the conflict to come. Ahsoka Tano appears in most, if not all, of “The Clone Wars” episodes. Still, the notion of Ahsoka being a live-action Rebels Season 5, if even a portion of what could have been, is an enticing notion. Ahsoka possessed a strong connection to the Force even while she was a Padawan, able to wield Force powers such as Telekinesis, utilize the Force Jump, Force Push, and possessed a strong Force Sense (which led to her discovering her former master had become a Sith Lord). Lawyer by trade, writer by passion. When Ahsoka was saved and reunited with Ezra in the World Between Worlds, she was saddened to learn of the fate of Kanan, but disturbed by Ezra's idea of saving Kanan from dying. Ahsoka in deep thought over Darth Vader's identity. She regarded the Sixth Brother as a victim whose potential for good had been twisted and turned to the dark side. Sidious forced Maul to breathe in the ashes of Sith warriors, slain when an ancient weapon was activated in the Sith temple on the planet. A testament to her skills was, during the battle, Ahsoka was able to disarm the Seventh Sister while Ahsoka herself was unarmed, having disengaged her sabers and taken a moment to focus herself in the Force, reaching out as the Sister attacked and grabbing the Inquisitor's saber, before effortlessly disengaging it, wresting it from the Sister's hands, and tossing it aside. Disney had acquired Lucasfilm and immediately cancelled The Clone Wars in favor of the new, rebellion-era series. The first set of coordinates led Ahsoka to Chandel, where she encountered a derelict passenger ship. In the episode “The Jedi” we got to see Ahoska in live-action for the first time. The crew's Astromech Droid, C1-10P, contacted Fulcrum and requested reinforcements. On closer inspection, they realized the place was a battlefield with some figures turned into stone. Notwithstanding, I wouldn’t count on seeing Hera, unfortunately. After rescuing Alora and an Ithorian infant named Pypey, the rebels ran into trouble with the Seventh Sister and Fifth Brother. If this holds true (and all signs point to it doing so) this could open the door for a slew of Rebels characters coming to live-action. By 12:28/12:29 he's ran back up to the site to the shrine and Grogu. Star Wars Rebels is coming to an end, and in its final episodes, it’s facing questions fans have been holding close for years. Through a vision, Ahsoka accepts that her former master fell to the dark side. After her talk with Rex, Ahsoka moved to the cockpit of the Phantom. Ahsoka Tano (codenamed "Fulcrum") was a former Jedi Padawan and Rebel informant who provided missions and intelligence that supported the Rebels in their fight against the Galactic Empire. Fortunately, this scheme was thwarted, and Ahsoka began her life as a Jedi. In the episode “The Jedi” we got to see Ahoska in live-action for the first time. Not soon after, Maul revealed his true intentions to Ahsoka and Kanan, then lashed out at Kanan, slashing him in the eyes and blinding him. But (and there’s always a “but”), the success of The Mandalorian Season 2 has caused Rebels Season 5 to shift focus, and medium. She appears in “Star Wars: Rebels” at multiple points, becoming a main character in season 2 and playing a massive role in the finale. Ezra Bridger watches the battle between Ahsoka and Darth Vader in the World Between Worlds. [3] After fleeing Lothal, the Ghost rendezvoused with Ahsoka's Alderaan Cruiser. Ahsoka watching an hologram of Anakin Skywalker. Kanan recalled that he had not sensed a presence as evil as Vader since the Clone Wars. During the Siege of Lothal, Ahsoka along with Hera, Kanan and the Phoenix Commander Jun Sato sanctioned a mission to rescue Minister Maketh Tua, who wanted to defect from the Empire. Later in the Clone Wars, Ahsoka was framed for a bombing on the Jedi Temple by fellow Jedi and friend, Barriss Offee. Ironically, Ahsoka's departure from the Jedi Order led to her growth in the Force and in combat. Introduced as the Jedi Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, who later becomes Sith Lord Darth Vader, she is a protagonist of the 2008 animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the subsequent television series.Ahsoka reappears in Star Wars Rebels, where she uses the codename Fulcrum, and as a voiceover cameo in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. When Anakin unveiled the true culprit, Ahsoka was shocked to see it was her friend Barriss Offee. After some discussion, Ahsoka convinced Organa to let her run his intelligence networks. During their conversation, Bendu mentioned Ahsoka's upcoming confrontation with her former master. Following a protracted pursuit and confrontation, the rebels were bested by the Inquisitors outside the spaceport where they had the Phantom. You really don't see Ahsoka coming to any realization about Anakin until Star Wars Rebels. Kanan and Ezra raised the temple from the ground, discovering a new door below the one they had entered before. Adopting the pseudonym \"Ashla\", she finds refuge and work with the Fardi clan, a powerful and wealthy local family involv… Ahsoka told him that the Jedi had all been killed by Vader and his Inquisitors, and Vader obliquely threatened to torture the information out of Ezra. As the holocron chamber locked down, Vader re-engaged Ahsoka and quickly overwhelmed her. She first appeared under the codename “Fulcrum” before revealing herself to be Ahsoka Tano. Ahsoka deactivates the Seventh Sister's lightsaber during their duel. As a veteran of the Clone Wars, Ahsoka is an experienced leader, having once been a commander of the 501st, and led many clone troopers in battle. However, when Ahsoka was framed for murder and treason, she was horrified when the Jedi Order coldly cast her out and all but condemned her to a Republic trial and came very close to being sentenced to death. During the battle, Ahsoka and Kanan used the Force to probe the mysterious TIE Pilot only to learn that he was none other than Anakin Skywalker. But to start, I was wondering about when you were first told Ahsoka was coming back. Along with a novel bearing her name, Ahsoka's TV appearances have made an indelible impression on both fans and the Star Wars universe. It appears that Ahsoka will effectively be Rebels Season 5 and use some of the storylines intended for that series. Ahsoka reunites with Ezra Bridger after two years. She spoke only with Hera Syndulla, the owner and pilot of the Ghost, and identified herself only by her codename. Still tortured by guilt, Ahsoka offered Vader compassion, refusing to leave him behind again, only to be rebuffed. The episode also confirmed that she is indeed looking for Thrawn. Over time, she became a more mature and enlightened person, her experiences during the Clone Wars shaping her. Whether they chose to fight Vader and the others who would try to destroy them, the Ghost crew told her that they would fight them together.[8]. Those feelings recently made themselves apparent when she was refused to help open the Lothal Jedi Temple, stating she was no longer a Jedi for leaving the Order. Ahsoka warning Ezra Bridger not to touch a pillar. The Ghost crew returned to Lothal but stumbled into a trap set by Ahsoka's former master and friend, Darth Vader. And given how far out of their way the minds behind Rebels went to bring her back, they're not letting the character go anytime soon. Ahsoka Tano was discovered by the Jedi Order at the age of three by Jedi Master Plo Koon and taken to the Jedi Temple to be trained. After returning from Seelos, Ahsoka reunited with her old friend, who commented that she had grown "old". After the Battle of Endor, Ahsoka sought to keep her promise to Ezra and joined Sabine in her quest to find him and bring him home. Having been born on the planet Shili, she was nearly enslaved by an imposter who intercepted the signal to the Jedi Order and who hoped to put her powers to use for his own ends. Maul told Ezra to run to the top of the temple with the Sith Holocron, while Maul stayed back to help Ahsoka and Kanan against the Inquisitors. Inside, Ahsoka, Kanan and Ezra had their own visions. Following a lightsaber duel, she manages to trap Maul inside a ray shield. Author of 'The Deep Space Chronicles' series available at, a rambling blog at, and musings on all things 'Star Wars' here at That Hashtag Show. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. A couple of weeks ago we told you about the rumbling rumors of a new Rebels production coming to Disney+. After a lot of rumours and speculation the most recent episode of The Mandalorian finally confirmed what fans have long been hoping: The Clone Wars star Ahsoka … In the past, the Jedi had protected them, but since they were now eradicated, the Rebellion was now their only protection.[12]. As Ahsoka began reading the phrases out loud, Ezra became hypnotized by them and touched the pillar, causing the surface below them to collapse and the three to fall underground. on Will ‘Ahsoka’ Serve As Star Wars Rebels Season 5? He finally asked if she knew what he had become. The Inquisitors arrived, but the visions in the temple took the shape of the Jedi Temple Guard and distracted them, allowing Ahsoka and the Jedi to escape. Remarking on his skills, he asked her what happened to him. As they moved closer to one of them, they noticed that it was covered in an ancient dialogue that Ahsoka could partially translate. Despite Vader's cruelty and relentlessness, Ahsoka bravely continued the fight. However, disillusioned with the Order and the Republic, she refused and left the Jedi behind.

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