Sabine Makes use of the Pressure, Thrawn Escapes in Ending

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By Calvin S. Nelson

SPOILER ALERT: This text comprises spoilers for the season finale of “Ahsoka,” titled “The Jedi, the Witch and the Warlord,” now streaming on Disney+.

With the finale of “Ahsoka,” the most recent chapter of the “Star Wars” TV universe has come to a detailed, and for followers of “Clone Wars” and “Star Wars Rebels,” it offers some large moments which have been years within the making.

The season finale, titled “The Jedi, the Witch and the Warlord,” ends on a bittersweet word, with Grand Admiral Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen) escaping into area, whereas Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson) and Sabine (Natasha Liu Bordizzo) are stranded on the planet Peridea. On one hopeful word, Ezra (Eman Esfandi) is again along with his crewmate Hera (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) for the primary time since he disappeared within the “Rebels” collection finale.

The episode begins with Thrawn and the creepy Nightsisters bestowing a “reward of shadows” upon Morgan Elspeth (Diana Lee Inosanto) and turning her into one of many evil witches. Additionally they conjure up the Blade of Talzin, a robust weapon final wielded by the Nightsisters’ chief Mom Talzin in “The Clone Wars.”

Ahsoka, Ezra and Sabine put together for battle in opposition to Thrawn, the Nightsisters and their military of Evening Troopers on Peridea. Ezra builds himself a brand new blue lightsaber, styled after his late “Rebels” mentor Kanan Jarrus, and the trio storm Thrawn’s Star Destroyer earlier than he can escape. Whereas the ragtag staff chops down hordes of Evening Troopers — Ahsoka utilizing her twin white lightsabers, Ezra along with his model new saber and Sabine with Ezra’s previous inexperienced saber — they run into one drawback: The Nightsisters can resurrect their fallen troopers with darkish magic.

The Jedi energy by the waves of undead Evening Troopers and at last face Morgan, who duels Ahsoka with the Blade of Talzin. Sabine will get held up by one of many zombies, however earlier than it may well deal a deadly blow, she harnesses the ability of the Pressure to seize her lightsaber from a number of toes away and takes its head off. After beforehand struggling to faucet into the paranormal Pressure, Sabine can lastly use the Jedi’s strongest potential.

And it seems, she’s a quick learner! Sabine and Ezra chase down Thrawn’s Star Destroyer and must make an impossibly far soar to board his vessel earlier than it leaves. Ezra leaps half the space, however earlier than he plummets again all the way down to the bottom, Sabine makes use of the Pressure to launch him safely onto the ship. As an alternative of becoming a member of Ezra on board, although, Sabine goes again to assist Ahsoka, who kills Morgan in a flashy lightsaber combat.

With Morgan useless, Thrawn orders the Star Destroyer to rain lasers down on Ahsoka and Sabine. Fortunately, their trusty droid Huyang (David Tennant) repaired their ship and rescues the Jedi and her former scholar simply in time. With Ahsoka desperately trailing him, Thrawn taunts her with a reminder of her grasp Anakin Skywalker’s darkish destiny and heads into hyperspace earlier than she will be able to catch him. Defeated, Ahsoka and Sabine should flip again round to Peridea.

On the finish of the episode, Thrawn’s ultimate vacation spot is revealed: Dathomir, the house of the Nightsisters. Ahsoka and Sabine, stranded on Peridea, will have to be saved earlier than they will cease him and no matter evil plot he and the Nightsisters are forming. The heroes’ destiny could lie with Ezra, who disguised himself as a Stormtrooper and jetted off to reunite with Hera and the Resistance. The present closes with Sabine sensing “shadows within the starlight” out within the galaxy, and Ahsoka stares off within the distance as a Pressure ghost of Anakin (Hayden Christensen) seems watching over the heroes.

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