If not showing them, at least discussing them. This allowed her to do much more than she had been previously capable of. “You’re not sticking around?” Trace asks.
However, she was forced to reveal her abilities in order to save the youngest of the Fardi clan. She no longer dons the brown color scheme she is known for. Trace offers to make repairs—for a price. We find Ahsoka alone as the episode begins, but she soon meets a potential new friend. After so much time away, it was refreshing to hear Ashley Eckstein back in the iconic role. Even though she was his Padawan, she secretly hated him and constantly plotted schemes for his downfall. Upon crash landing, she meets Trace Martez, a mechanic who's down on her cash. She says she's Anakin's Padawan, we all say WTF, and then the movie keeps going. Considering that Palpatine wanted Ezra to do exactly what he had done for Ahsoka, this was an important moment. All in all, she has tried to reinvent herself - not only for her safety but to distance herself from her Jedi past, which is undoubtedly a sore subject. Her plan went awry when the Galactic Empire started pumping Raada for resources.Like many of the planets the Empire has mined for resources, the environment became dangerous, the people underpaid and hungry, and the natural resources depleted. Seeing her struggle, however, Trace begins making the necessary repairs herself and tells Ahsoka it’s on the house. We find Ahsoka alone as the episode begins, but she soon meets a potential new friend. Ahsoka was always a target of Vader's thanks to her knowledge and time spent with Anakin Skywalker. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. He approaches the wreckage, now covered in snow, and picks up Ahsoka's lightsaber. First, by that time she had left the Jedi Order. Deep down, she likely always knew the identity of Darth Vader, but her heart just couldn't accept it. At last, Clone Wars season 7 has chosen to fill in some of her story gaps. Additionally, "Fulcrum" used scrambled audio in transmissions to disguise her voice. Ahsoka lives! Even though her intentions were to keep them safe, when it comes to war, nobody's life is assured.
She has been dwelling in the mysterious level 1313 of Coruscant. She could no longer doubt who the man behind the mask was. The hope was that they would speak with Yoda. Instead of answers, the crew found themselves facing a trap. Obi-Wan Kenobi disowned him, while Padme was dead. Beyond the print material, Star Wars Rebels has also done a lot with Ahsoka. Most likely what I am feeling (aside from quarantine-induced madness and an incredible need for psychiatric care, because Ahsoka Tano is a fictional character) is that Ahsoka as we knew her is gone. Flash-forward 12 years: The fun kid with enthusiasm who wanted to get some experience is standing in front of a Clone graveyard. This is made insanely clear by the way things unfold in the finale, and by the way Ashley Eckstein plays the part. “I’ve had my fair share of run-ins with droids,” Ahsoka tells her. She famously calls the future Darth Vader "Skyguy" and at times is one step away from fitting right into a Star Wars sitcom. Ahsoka urges her friend to be cautious and to make sure each of the droids is properly fitted with a restraining bolt before being powered on.
Thanks to her ruse, it was widely believed that she had perished. She manages to charm Trace into putting up with her questionable behavior, but the tension between her and Ahsoka is palpable. Some amount of time has passed since she was last seen in the series. We know this even better than Ahsoka Tano does. He has also delved into the tedious world of stop-motion animation, putting together a handful of short films. Her faith in the Order was shaken - so much so that she declined their offer to return. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The ex-Padawan is Gone With a Trace as she explores Coruscant's neon underbelly. It should devote a good amount of time to her adventures away from the Jedi Order. But that doesn't matter. Ahsoka's decision to leave the Jedi resulted in a major cliffhanger that never got truly resolved - at least not in discussing what happened to her right after. The Padawan formerly known as Snips?