Ignoring changes due to out-of-universe evolution in the various video and animation software and technologies etc. used, has Ahsoka's physical stats changed in-universe over the course of the Clone Wars?

When she was first introduced in the Clone Wars movie, she was considered younger than the average newly-apprenticed Padawan. Considering how she behaved at the time, I assumed she was in her early or mid teenage years, so the potential for significant growth due to puberty is high.

Did Ahsoka Tano physically grow over the course of the Clone Wars, and if so are there any sources giving numbers on her biodata that can be used for comparison? Before-and-after numbers need not be from the same source.

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    Well, you can see the difference. Before she was shorter, then she got taller and the head thingys grew etc. isn't that what you're looking for? – RedCaio May 8 '16 at 10:43
  • Yeah that's what triggered this question, I just wasn't sure if it's because of evolving art styles/technology or she actually grew for real. So I'm looking for non-aesthetic evidence, such as hard numbers. – thegreatjedi May 8 '16 at 10:46
  • I never thought it was because of technology, but rather to show the characters aging. – RedCaio May 8 '16 at 10:50


One databank entry states her height to be 1.61M, while a later one states her to be 1.7M, showing that her character was purposely made taller.

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    Her "head tails"? /sigh. – Valorum May 8 '16 at 18:57
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    @Richard "Native to the planet Shili, the Togruta are notable for their striped, horn-like montrals and head-tails." - The official Star Wars databank. – Rogue Jedi May 8 '16 at 19:00
  • I'm not blaming you. I'm just sighing in general. – Valorum May 8 '16 at 19:03
  • @Richard Happy now? – Rogue Jedi May 8 '16 at 19:11
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    Why did you edit out the pictures? – Valorum Sep 1 '16 at 22:38


To further elaborate on Rogue Jedi's answer, I have some images. Notice the change in lekku (head-tails) length. enter image description here

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