The Ghost Crew infiltrates the Imperial headquarters on Lothal to save one of their own.
I'm not a person who cries over stuff. I've been through a fair share of emotional trauma in my life from an early age, so if I'm crying, it's about something that hits seriously close to home.
The end of this episode had silent tears rolling down my face all throughout DUME. 'Nuff said.
Mission accomplished, Spectre-1. And you kept that promise to Hera--you finally saw her again. May the Force be with you, always...
Kanan knew. I don't know how, but he knew all along. A vision, or maybe the wolves told him...
Empier wrote: Well I'm glad That Jedi scum is dead
Dude, can you just not do this? Some of us are genuinely upset and no offense intended, but this comes across as really annoying.
Yeah, I don't think we've gotten all the answers on just what happened. Something feels... not off, just still hanging in the air. Then again, that could just be me being sad...
The big wolf being called Dume may be a clue... but it's still way too cryptic.
They've done a great job with the obfuscation this time around.
Having that sigil on Kanan's pauldron on his forehead should be a clue, right? Why do I feel like it's a red herring?
Something that's bothering me is that they mentioned they were going to get into Kanan's origins a bit this season (at the very bottom of this article), but now, it's kinda weird to do it without him. So, maybe it's a posthumous sort of revelation? While he's in the temple searching for knowledge of the past, Ezra comes across knowledge of Kanan's past somehow? That would definitely start some tears up again. Watching him go, then explore his origins.
...And now I want to go reread The Last Padawan again but know I can't do it without crying. Way too soon, I suppose...
I like how Kanan looked a lot like his Caleb Dume self right before he died. I think he knew all along that this is how it would end, so he finally came full circle and accepted his identity once more. Kinda wish this episode had been released on its own (instead of two episodes at once) so the impact of Kanan's sacrifice could sink in a little more. This is the first major protagonist death on the show since Ahsoka, but these episodes still go well together. It's odd; at the start of this episode, I was complaining about the clunky dialogue. At the end, I'm almost crying...
Also, loved seeing drugged/tipsy Hera with Kanan. :D At this rate, I'll take whatever levity we can get.