Today, Ashley Eckstein (voice of Ahsoka Tano) revealed new Legacy Lightsabers coming soon to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
The Clone Wars animated series star had the honor of revealing the news on the Disney Parks Blog Instagram page. During the celebration of the one year anniversary of Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Eckstein and her sister got to share their Batuu adventures.
After a ride on the Millennium Falcon, Ashley Eckstein wanders into Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities. Eckstein then goes to have a word with Dok-Ondar and he has something special for her. She opens up the case to reveal Ahsoka Tano’s light-sabers!
Before posing with these new lightsabers, Eckstein also reveals that these will be the first Legacy Lightsabers of their kind. Ahsoka’s lightsabers will be the first to change colors! They will change from blue to green. You’re going to want to save your credits before these drop. Thank goodness Star Wars fans will have a bit of time because these Legacy Lightsabers won’t be available until fall of this year.
Eckstein then takes viewers with her to the Droid Depot to make her own R5 Unit that is decked out in Ahsoka Tano’s traditional blue, white, and oranges color palette. She named her finished droid R5-Z2. Next, her and her sister stopped by Oga’s Cantina for some fun refreshments. Ashley Eckstein ended her time on Batuu by getting on the Rise of the Resistance attraction!
After watching her journey through Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, one thing is for sure, color-changing lightsabers are coming! We can’t wait!
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@AshleyEckstein, voice of Ahsoka Tano from “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” recently shared her Star Wars: #GalaxysEdge adventures ?, including a first look at the new Ahsoka Tano Legacy Lightsaber hilts, in a stories takeover in honor of the land’s one-year anniversary. Check out her full adventure in our story highlights or on the Disney Parks Blog (link in bio). #DisneyMagicMoments
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