In Ahsoka Season 1 Episode 5, "Shadow Warrior", there's a sequence where
Ahsoka finds herself in a vision of a Clone Wars battle with Anakin. After some fighting, they're in a field hospital of sorts with medical droids and wounded clone troopers.
I noticed that in this scene,
all of the helmetless clone troopers have cloths fully covering their faces, presumably for injury or air quality reasons. This struck me as an unusual dramatic decision—the sequence is a clear callback to The Clone Wars, where the clone troopers tend to show their faces fairly often, and the focus of the dialogue in the scene is Ahsoka's sense of responsibility for their lives, so depicting them as "faceless" seems at odds with these aspects of the scene.
My first thought was that it was due to
Temuera Morrison being unavailable, but he apparently voices Rex during the scene. I also considered that it might have been meant to show that Ahsoka and Anakin were the only "real people" in the flashback, since they're some sort of Force spirit projection and everyone else is illusory, but the Twi'leks in the background all appeared to be normal.
Has this been discussed by anyone working on the show?