Comments for Ahsoka Tano: Everything You Need To Know

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    I so want to see in a series what Ahsoka Tano and Rex did after the events of The Clone Wars Victory and Death: when and how Ahsoka met Bail Organa and Hera Syndulla; what Ahsoka did with his other lightsaber; how Ahsoka got his new white lightsabers; what Barriss Offee has become: whether she saw Ahsoka again and reconciled with her; if Ahsoka saw Riyo Chuchi, Lux Bonteri, Trace and Rafa Martez, Saw Gerrera, Ursa Wren, Bo-Katan Kryze, Korkie Kryze, and Mace Windu if he survived.
    I hope so much that Sabine Wren will appear in The Mandalorian with Ahsoka Tano.
    If they are making a series about Ahsoka Tano, I hope so much that this character’s story begins when she leaves the Jedi Order, and that it is shown what she has become until the events of The Clone Wars Gone With A Trace: If after leaving the Jedi Order, she reviewed Asajj Ventress and teamed up with her on a mission; but also Barriss Offee and talk with her after discovering her betrayal, in order to reason with her and eventually reconcile.
    I would love to see in a series what Ahsoka did after being saved by Ezra Brider in Star Wars Rebels “A World Between Worlds” until she found Sabine Wren to search for Ezra Bridger in “Family Reunion and Farewell Part II”.
    I look forward to seeing Ahsoka with Sabine on their quest to find Ezra Bridger.
    I so want to see Ahsoka meet Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Han Solo, Force ghosts of Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Yoda.
    I so want to see Mace Windu again in a follow-up TV series episode of Star Wars III Revenge of the Sith after his downfall and for it to be shown how the Jedi Master survived after being sent out the window by Darth Sidious. I would especially like to see Mace Windu see Ahsoka Tano again after Order 66.
    I hope so much that while Ahsoka Tano’s voice is heard in Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker, that doesn’t necessarily mean she’s dead, even though most of the Jedi we hear are dead. But if she really died in Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker I hope, not only is it good after her quest with Sabine to find Ezra Bridger, but that it is not by being killed by an enemy, but something something similar to the death of Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, or Ben Solo.
    I would have liked Ahsoka Tano to become a Jedi again after the founding of the New Jedi Order by Luke Skywalker, as that would mean that her pain when she left the Jedi Order during the Clone Wars is well healed. Indeed when she left the Jedi Order, she was very upset because she had lost confidence in the Jedi who had not believed in her innocence (except her master Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi) even after they admitted their wrongdoing and offered to reinstate her.
    I would love to see Ahsoka with Rex come back to the moon near the graves of the clone soldiers with other characters including Luke, Leia, Han, Lando and Chewie.
    I so want to see Ahsoka Tano seeing Obi-Wan Kenobi again on Tatooine or before his exile on Tatooine after Order 66.
    I hope the “Bad Batch” will meet Ahsoka Tano especially after Order 66.


    It would be very interesting if Ahsoka Tano and Grogu created a new Jedi Order with the help of Luke Skywalker.

    Grogu would join Ahsoka Tano, to create and improve a new Jedi Order that could spread across the entire Galaxy.

    From previous films, it is known that Grogu is not one of Luke’s students when Ben Solo begins his Jedi training. In “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” Luke claims he trained Ben solo with twelve other students in his Jedi Temple, but no little green man is ever mentioned as Grogu.

    Most of the students have been seen in the “The Rise of Kylo Ren” comic series. And everyone except Voe, Hennix, and Tai, died when Ben Solo destroyed the temple. Grogu is one of the protagonists of “The Mandalorian”, and he appeared before the comic book was published.

    From a TV standpoint, he’s unlikely to be killed offscreen, even though he was one of Luke’s few invisible apprentices at the time. Because of, Grogu would not have been fully formed as a Jedi, and could be one of the first members of a new Jedi Order.

    As a member of the Yoda species, Grogu does not age in the same way as most humanoids. Although he lived over fifty, he is still a baby. Because of, Grogu requires much more time and attention than a typical Jedi student. Plus, Grogu’s slow aging process means he’ll need constant care and attention for decades to come.

    As he shows in “The Rise of Kylo Ren”, Luke was the one to teach and supervise his students, so it is unlikely that Luke could properly train all of his students and, at the same time, take care of a sensitive baby. to the Force. One possibility is that Luke and Ahsoka co-led the Next Generation Jedi, alternating teaching students and taking charge of Grogu.

    It also creates the possibility that, if Luke and Ahsoka believe a new type of Jedi Order may be needed, Luke will stay with his students and the classic Jedi Forms, while Ahsoka will volunteer to raise Grogu as part of the new iteration.

    As demonstrated in “The Last Jedi” Luke, unfortunately, didn’t end up breaking the cycle of the old Jedi Order, nor did he learn from his own failures in his youth, leading him into exile. and depression. For this reason, Luke is not the right person to create a New Jedi Order that redefines the concept of Jedi, unlike his “Legends” counterpart.

    It is possible that Luke, realizing the possible insufficiency of the Jedi Order during their rebuilding, he prepared a contingent with Ahsoka and Grogu, assigning them the task of creating a new version of the Jedi regardless of whether they successfully reset the old Order or not.

    Ahsoka starting a New Jedi Order with Grogu allows the two of them to survive the destruction of Luke’s Jedi Temple by Ben solo, and it’s also possible that Luke was somehow involved in Ahsoka’s decision to create a new type of Jedi with Grogu as, again, a contingency.

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