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Based on the comments of several Jedi masters in the episode "The Wrong Jedi," it seems she would have been made a knight almost immediately if she remained in the order. Saesee Tiin: You have shown such great strength and resilience in your struggle to prove your innocence. Ki-Adi-Mundi: This is the true sign of a Jedi Knight. Mace Windu: This ...


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How does "purification" happen? Based on what happens in the canon novel Ahsoka, crystals are purified by meditating with them; this is essentially the only thing Ahsoka does between the Inquisitor's (red) lightsaber exploding and her (white) lightsabers igniting: Before she could even consider shouting a warning, the red lightsaber burst into a mess of ...


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They have ears. Ahsoka shook herself out of her trance and found that the cleaner was cheerfully butting itself against the door to the shower. She got up to turn it off, and the new sound reached her ears: talking, laughing, and stamping feet. Her new neighbors were home from their day’s work in the fields. Star Wars: Ahsoka


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No, it was not a main reason While the situation with Ahsoka certainly did impact him in ways that may have been a factor in his decision to betray the Jedi, the actual turn itself really boiled down to a single moment: his choice to save Palpatine, and for sole purpose of saving Padmé. One of the primary plot elements of "Star Wars: Episode III" is the ...


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No, he is not being apologetic. Lets take a look at his quote in context. Ki-Adi-Mundi: This is the true sign of a Jedi Knight. Mace Windu: This was actually your great trial. Now we see that. We understand that the Force works in mysterious ways, and because of this trial, you have become a greater Jedi than you would have otherwise. Yoda: Back into ...


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It's not entirely clear, but it seems like her ties to the Order were strengthening Dave Filoni discussed his intentions for the unfinished episodes in a 2016 interview with IGN: What was significant about that was that it was the story that was really going to draw her possibly back into the Jedi Order, because the motivation around this conflict with ...


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Going by his wording, and given what we understand about the Star Wars universe, Mace's words may not have been an attempt to deflect blame, but rather an accurate assessment of the situation. The Force does have a will of it's own, and it does work in mysterious ways. For example, we can say that Anakin was indeed the one that brought balance to the Force,...


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At present, Ahsoka's fate during the OT is unknown, partly because Star Wars Rebels is not concluded yet. Since you haven't watched, I can only say that the earliest when we may get an answer is at the end of Season 2, and that is only with one very specific outcome to one of the events spotlighted in the trailers. If that doesn't happen, that likely means ...


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How close did she come to attaining the rank? Very. In The Clone Wars episode, The Wrong Jedi, she was offered the rank but turned it down. The Council considered her ordeal in hindsight as being her Trials and, having proven herself ready and worthy, offered her the promotion to Jedi Knight. Saesee Tiin: You have shown such great strength and ...


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It’s not because Anakin told her Ahsoka definitely knows that Palpatine is a Sith Lord. What’s more, she seems to know that he is extremely powerful, which suggests she might have known that he was Darth Sidious, the Sith Lord that Jedi knew had orchestrated the war: The shadow was almost certainly one of the dark side’s creatures. Ahsoka had no idea ...


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    We don't have canon info about the size of a legion, but in legends it is roughly around 10 000 men, similar to a division in large number of real armies here on Earth, especially to WW2 divisions, and we know Lucas did get a lot of inspiration from WW2. Vader had approximately one battalion with him in attack on Jedi Temple, which ...


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We don’t know I haven’t seen any evidence that Ahsoka was aware of the significance of the name “Ashla.” We know that the Bendu used the word, but it is very old and undoubtedly remembers a great deal that the Jedi and Sith have forgotten. We know that Chava of the Lasat used the term, but we also know Ezra was unaware of its meaning, though Kanan might ...


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Considering his previous statement was literally "Anakin Skywalker was weak. I destroyed him." and the tone which he took in saying so, I think we can safely say that the Anakin persona had not surfaced. More likely, we rarely find those with lightsabers are force abilities to not be associated with Jedi or Sith (although admittedly, such is more common at ...


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Yes. 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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Its still up in the air following the season 2 finale of Star Wars: Rebels, "Twilight of the Apprentice", following on from what Jason Baker has posted, that creature flies down into the temple and we see someone in the darkness of the temple. This is most likely Ahsoka and since we didn't see how the fight between her and Vader went she could still be ...


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It is unclear in what timeline Ahsoka exists As we all know, time travel was introduced in Rebels episode A World Between Worlds. In that episode Ezra saves Ahsoka from Vader by pulling her from Sith Temple on Malachor, thus alternating original timeline. Later, while fleeing from Palpatine, Ahsoka returns to the Temple, but again it is not clear what ...


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Ahsoka survives the entire original trilogy: she appears in the very last scene on Rebels which is set after ROTJ. After that, there's no official word unless it's been mentioned in a novel or something. As to why she doesn't appear in the trilogy itself, that's easily explained because the focus is on Luke Skywalker and his group. In the first film, the ...


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I do not believe that it was a main reason, but it was probably just another point he could use to justify his rebellion in the Jedi code. Especially when he was fighting so desperately with his feelings for Padme, and his alignment with the Jedi order. I also believe that his turn to the Dark Side began very early in Episode II. This quote in a ...


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No It was not at all the Main reason in fact it was probably a pretty small reason. Anakin's fall to that Dark Side started years before when he saw his Mother Die right in front him and he slaughtered a whole village of Sand People and was Complete when he learned of Padme's death everything in between was gradual with reason after reason to turn stacking ...


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It’s not really clear The show seems to imply that the droid did not contain Rex’s location. Rather, it was useful in tracking him down, due to its calculational abilities. From "The Lost Commanders": AHSOKA: These droids were great at finding things, calculating. Found my master and I a few times when we didn’t want to be found. EZRA: How in all ...


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


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