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Former Jedi Knight?
She never reached Knight-status though, she was expelled as a Padawan, but her expulsion/accusations were believed to be her trials worthy to become a Jedi Knight.
Anakin was always destined to turn to the dark side. The Jedi had grown too numerous and powerful. The Sith had decimated their numbers through the rule of two. The only way to bring balance was to effectively annihilate the Jedi. To do so, a force user more powerful than anyone else was needed. That is why the force itself birthed Anakin. Once the Jedi order was annihilated, only a few true light side users remained. Most of the survivors were some form of gray Jedi. That brought a form of balance to the force. However, Sidious and Vader themselves amassed too much power and had to be destroyed to restore the balance. This is where Luke comes in. Luke is not nearly as powerful as Vader or Sidious. However, he didn't need to be. His task was not to defeat the chosen one, but to awaken him to restore balance by destroying Sidious and himself. After this point, the force was balanced because there were no longer any concentrations of power. Every force user was, essentially, a nomad bound only to their own will and the will of the force. So, the light and dark essentially averaged out.
This is the truth that Ashoka learned in the world between worlds. She learned to accept events and her part in them. Because they were part of a larger arc that she could not stop. She learned to accept the light and dark as equals that must be balanced. Now that she understands, she can accept her place as the paragon of the light.
I think Baylan is going to become the paragon of the dark.
I cried so much when she left Anakin, that episode was heartbreaking, her walking away 😢, I always thought Ahsoka could've saved him, but after watching this, I'm like ok. I accept, it makes me feel a little better.❤
I think it's plain, in retrospect, that the Bendu was referring to the death of who she was. The person she thought of herself as being and with that passing she was able to become who she was meant to be. I also think the Bendu knew that somehow she was gonna survive it, explaining the last part of what he said before he bid her farewell.
Ashoka has died twice…correct? If we look at the Force, or a force being like Bendu, maybe he is omnipresent, looking into more than one timeline? Ashoka will die, has died…and maybe should not fear death? She is the Daughter, something else something more. I’m beginning to think that maybe she is also present in many timelines now? Existing outside of what others are? I don’t know…maybe she will have access to the world between worlds on her own? She should!
Ahsoka did not walk away from Anakin, she walked away from the Jedi Order, and than Anakin stayed with the Jedi Order.
She did “die” in the world between worlds. She just didn’t stay dead.
actually did Ahsoka know that Darth Vader got his injuries from Obi-Wan?
who knows. Its up to disney, and the ppl who write it.
Ezra saving Ahsoka meant the death of the Sequel Trilogy. The Sequel Trilogy follows a timeline where she has been killed (we hear her voice in RoS). But when Ezra saves her, she goes on living and will take part in ending the Empire against Thrawn in a final battle. That's my head-canon and I'm sticking to it.
But then there's also the idea that she's immortal because of the lifeforce of the Sister dwelling inside her, but whatevs...
Hear me out, Ahsoka is actually taking place after season 2 of MANDO and before the book of boba fett, so we’ll see Ahsoka with Luke and Grogu at some point 😊 see why:
As the saga unfolds, I question the imprisonment of Morgan Elsbeth. Could she have remained confined for over three years? To be honest, it seems implausible, especially given Baylan's ease in securing her release.
This led me to reflect on Rosario Dawson's portrayal of Ahsoka in the early episodes, which mirrored her depiction in the Mando episode where she first appeared.
The cold, detached demeanor, and her refusal to train Grogu, could stem from a recent parting with Sabine and a sense of failure as a Master.
Interestingly, she does not mention Luke Skywalker to Mando as someone who could train Grogu, possibly due to ignorance of his existence at a time when rumors of Thrawn's return were swirling, culminating in her confrontation with Morgan Elsbeth.
Contrast this with Dawson's portrayal of Ahsoka after meeting Anakin with the Ahsoka we saw in The Book of Boba Fett. The similarities are striking. She looks happy, balanced, at peace.
Hence, I deduce that the Ahsoka series is set during the three years Luke trains Grogu, post-Mando season 2, but pre-The Book of Boba Fett. While Ahsoka appears grey and conflicted in Mando season 2, a later encounter with Mando reveals a more cheerful, resolved character in the book of boba fett.
Taking into account their camaraderie in The Book of Boba Fett, it is evident that Luke and Ahsoka are well-acquainted. However, the final episode of Ahsoka reveals her ignorance of Palpatine's demise and Anakin's role in it, indicating she believed he succumbed entirely to the dark side. Specifically when she tells Anakin that he will become evil and far more dangerous than anyone could ever imagine. She doesn’t even know that he overcomes darkness because he was redeemed by his son.
Yet, in The Book of Boba Fett, she is aware of the events. This begs the question: how did she come by this knowledge?
Taking all these elements into account, I’d be surprised if Luke Skywalker does not make an appearance at some stage. This assumption is reinforced by the interactions between Luke and Ahsoka in 'The Book of Boba Fett,' where they exhibit a familiarity that suggests a shared history.
This meeting would not only provide Ahsoka with the missing pieces of the puzzle concerning Anakin and Palpatine but also establish the rapport between her and Luke witnessed in 'The Book of Boba Fett.'
The implications of such a meeting would be monumental. It would not only serve as a pivotal moment in the Star Wars narrative, bridging the gap between two crucial storylines.
If this is going to happen, it will be absolutely epic.
Indeed, several other factors bolster this theory:
-Sabine’s solitude is palpable. She is under the impression that Mandalore and the majority of its inhabitants have been obliterated following the ‘Night of a Thousand Tears.’ This belief suggests that the events of ‘The Mandalorian’ season three have yet to transpire. Sabine is not only mourning the loss of Ezra but also the devastation of her homeland and the presumed annihilation of her people.
-Ahsoka’s presence on the planet where Luke and Grogu are training is another significant clue. What could have led her to that specific location if not to intersect with their journey?
-Lastly, the fans’ disappointment regarding the limited insight into Luke and Grogu’s journey in ‘The Mandalorian’ could be intentional. It’s possible that the creators have reserved this narrative for the ‘Ahsoka’ series, providing a more in-depth exploration of their dynamic and development.
Identified loophole in my own theory 🥺:
In Mando season 3, the Shadow Council is discussing the return of Grand Admiral Thrawn, suggesting that he’s about to come back. At that time, Grogu and Mando are reunited. So there must be a valid reason to explain why Ahsoka, Luke and Grogu were happily chilling in the book of boba fett after their mission to this “other galaxy”, while Thrawn was planning his return. This can happen in many ways (for example, they all think Thrawn was killed in a battle but he wasn’t, or that they blocked him in a way to prevent him from coming back, etc).
i really just want a live action Bendu.
I believe that the ending of Rebels is NOT Ashoka finding Sabine…but leaving Sabine as Ashoka the White. Just my theory… probably wrong. But it’s fun to theorize 👍
In a way I feel like Ahsoka was a piece of happiness keeping Anakin Skywalker from going off the deep end the dark side having the daughters light in her when Anakin was around her he seemed more peaceful happy she brought out the best in him Ahsoka was the one bit of light keeping him from The dark side when she left it tore him apart on top of losing his mother and being dramatized and scarred for life the way she died out of all the things Anakin has done he did Asoka right💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
After Ahsoka episode 5, the Bendu's prediction of a connection between Ahsoka's foreseen death and her ongoing connection to her master takes on yet another layer. This time it seemed as if Ahsoka was not pulled back from the brink of death but rather died and was resurrected fulfilling the Bendu's words.
She’s Ahsoka the white now
Live or die, eh?
Ahsoka already knows that it wasn't her fault that Anakin turned to the dark side.
the thing was, Anakin ultimately turned to the dark side in a quest for power, and out of fear of losing the ones he loves, thus fueling his desire for power to stop people from dying, and the only avenue for that proposed to him was through Sith training under Darth Sidious. no other avenue was presented, so he took it and fell to the darkside as a result of that path and not being able to let go of it, even while it destroyed the ones he loved in the end anyway. So, yes, the tragedy of Darth Vader was inevitable whether or not Ahsoka was there. Ahsoka never had that kind of power and could not have swayed him in that decision, even though Ahsoka was the wiser of the two, Anakin was always rash, and always got himself in deep regardless of where he was or who was there.