Star Wars canon has finally fixed the ending of the Rise of Skywalker movie

When Rey became “All Jedi” at the end The Rise of Skywalker, she was channeling the spirits of the canonical Jedi we’ve all seen die on screen. That means all but one. When Ashley Eckstein provided the voice of Ahsoka Tano in a surprise voice appearance The Rise of Skywalker, It was natural for Star Wars fans to wonder – did this mean that by then Episode nine Is Ahsoka no longer among the living? Presumably, if Ahsoka king She was there through all the chaos that happened at Luke’s Jedi school, and she could have been a huge help. In fact, at the time, from the sequel trilogy, it was easy to assume that Ahsoka might have been taken out by Kylo Ren!

But now, thanks to the first season of the series Ahsokait seems like there might be a very clear way to reconcile the ending The Rise of Skywalker Without having to assume that Ahsoka Tano is a ghost.

Spoilers ahead.

in The Rise of Skywalker, Ahsoka can’t say much to Rey, mostly because there are so many other voices to compete with. After Ayla (Jennifer Hale) said: “So be it [The Force] “He guides you,” Ahsoka (Ashley Eckstein) adds, “as he has guided us.” At that time in late 2019, in our galaxy, Rosario Dawson had not yet appeared as the living version of Ahsoka in The Mandalorian the second season. But since all the other Jedi who spoke to Rey through the Force were dead, many fans jumped to the conclusion that yes, Ahsoka must have died as well. However, Dave Filoni She never confirmed this Instead he said, “I remember V The Empire strikes back Luke spoke through the Force to Leia. Vader also does this in the end The empire strikes back.”

Because Ahsoka was born in 36 BC and is approximately 45 years old Ahsoka TV series, this means she was in her early 70s by then The Rise of Skywalker. In other words, there is every reason to believe that Ahsoka is still around, even after the events of The Rise of Skywalker. Which leads to the question which Ahsoka Maybe the epilogue was just answered: If Ahsoka was alive when Rey and the Resistance were fighting the First Order, then a reborn Palpatine, why didn’t she help?


The answer seems obvious: when Rey summoned all of the Jedi’s power, Ahsoka was still alive, and… maybeHe still lives in the galaxy far away that we see Ahsoka The first season. In other words, a Jedi can bestow their powers and communicate through the Force across great distances, but Ahsoka and Sabine apparently cannot physically transport themselves into the “normal” galaxy solely through willpower. Power has its limits.

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If Ahsoka was alive during the events of… The Rise of Skywalker (And indeed, the entire sequel trilogy) It stands to reason that the only reason she wasn’t trying to help fight the First Order and Kylo Ren and all the other bullshit, is because she simply wasn’t around. With Ahsoka, Sabine, Shane, and Bailan stranded in this galaxy far, far away, several continuity issues arose that complicated the lead-up to… The force awakens It is resolved suddenly. Yes, one has to wonder what will happen to Ezra and whether or not he and Luke Skywalker will meet. However, when it comes to Ahsoka communicating through the Force with Rey The Rise of SkywalkerWe can now assume that she is completely safe and alive.

And if Ahsoka is alive in Rey’s time, but simply too far away, there’s almost nothing stopping these two great Jedi from meeting face to face. As far as anyone knows, a “New Jedi Order” movie centered around Rey and starring Daisy Ridley is still happening. Maybe she can jump into the galaxy and team up with an older, wiser Jedi Master named… Ahsoka Tano.

Ahsoka It is streaming on Disney+.

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