- This page is about the character, Ahsoka Tano. You may be looking for the novel by the same name
To ensure the secrecy and security of Tano's identity, Hera Syndulla was the only member of the Ghost Crew who made contact. Additionally, "Fulcrum" used scrambled audio in transmissions to disguise her voice.
Ahsoka Tano was discovered by the Jedi Order at the age of three by Jedi Master Plo Koon and taken to the Jedi Temple to be trained. Having been born on the planet Shili, she was nearly enslaved by an imposter who intercepted the signal to the Jedi Order and who hoped to put her powers to use for his own ends. Fortunately, this scheme was thwarted, and Ahsoka began her life as a Jedi.
The Clone Wars
Later in the Clone Wars, Ahsoka was framed for a bombing on the Jedi Temple by fellow Jedi and friend, Barriss Offee. When she was captured, the Jedi Council expelled her from the Order so that she could receive a trial in the Galactic Republic courts. After she was acquitted, the real attacker having been exposed, she was invited back into the Order. However, disillusioned with the Order and the Republic, she refused and left the Jedi behind.
The Last Meeting with her Former Master
In the last weeks of the Clone Wars, approximately a year after she left, Ahsoka discovered the whereabouts of the former Sith Lord Maul, who had taken over Mandalore and gained leadership of Death Watch. Shortly before establishing a Siege of Mandalore, Anakin and Obi-Wan Kenobi were called back to Coruscant to save Chancellor Sheev Palpatine, who had been abducted by General Grievous. Unable to use the help of her former masters, Ahsoka was given the possession of her old lightsabers, and the command of an army of Clone Troopers led by Captain Rex. Unbeknownst to Ahsoka, this would be the last time she would ever see Anakin as a friend, before his horrible transformation into the dreaded Sith Lord Darth Vader.
Siege of Mandalore
While Anakin and Obi-Wan set out to rescue Palpatine, Ahsoka, with Rex at her side, led the siege of Mandalore. After a lengthy battle against Maul's forces, she eventually ended up engaging the former Sith in a lightsaber duel. As the two fought, Maul taunting her for her self-imposed exile from the Jedi Order, Ahsoka lured Maul into a plaza where her comrades trapped him in a Ray Shield.
Fall of the Jedi
However, all the efforts of Ahsoka and her allies were undone when Palpatine, who was actually the Sith Lord Darth Sidious, enacted Order 66, a devastating command that turned the clones against the Jedi and wiped out most of them, including Ahsoka's former mentor Plo Koon. As a result, the Clone Troopers under Ahsoka's command turned on her, with the exception of Rex, who had previously removed his inhibitor chip, an inorganic brain implant that compelled each Clone Trooper to comply with Order 66. As a result, Maul escaped once again, but Ahsoka and Rex were able to escape as well, after faking their own deaths.
Spark of Rebellion
Joining the Rebellion
Following the evacuation of Raada, Ahsoka smuggled herself aboard the Tantive IV in order to arrange a meeting with Organa. After some discussion, Ahsoka convinced Organa to let her run his intelligence networks. She also convinced Organa to provide her with a new ship. At Organa's suggestion, Ahsoka adopted the code name Fulcrum for her work as a rebel spy. Unknown to Ahsoka, her activities had also attracted the attention of The Grand Inquisitor, who informed Vader that he had discovered evidence of another Jedi Purge survivor.
Ahsoka was a key member of Senator Organa and Senator Mon Mothma's rebel network. Under the code name "Fulcrum," Ahsoka facilitated the flow of intelligence and communications between the rebel cells across the galaxy. One of these cells was the crew of the Ghost, which operated on and around the Outer Rim world of Lothal. She spoke only with Hera Syndulla, the owner and pilot of the Ghost, and identified herself only by her codename. As Fulcrum, Ahsoka provided the Ghost rebels with intelligence for missions in order to hit Imperial forces or interests, and those missions were part of a larger plan that the rebels were part of—one that, amongst the rebels, only Hera knew. Ahsoka's intelligence was generally accurate, but sometimes only partially so. One mission that Hera, along with Ezra Bridger and Sabine Wren, went on was an attack on an Imperial convoy. The intelligence that Fulcrum provided was correct about the route and timing of the convoy, but underestimated the Imperial defenses. As a result, the Phantom—the shuttle used by the rebels—sustained minor damage while outrunning a squadron of TIE Fighters.
Shortly thereafter, Hera—along with Sabine, who insisted on knowing more about Fulcrum and the missions the rebels were being sent on—traveled to Fort Anaxes, that was used by the Republic during Clone Wars, in order to pick up supplies from Ahsoka. Ahsoka contacted Hera while she en route and informed her that the supplies were unloaded and ready for pickup. Sabine, eager to know more about the individual giving them their intelligence, suggested that "Fulcrum" wait for them at the rendezvous, prompting Ahsoka to wonder if something was wrong. Hera convinced Ahsoka, however, that Sabine was just there to help with the mission. Nonetheless, Sabine felt untrusted and wanted to know why the rebel missions were becoming so dangerous, but Hera assured her that the less she knew, the safer she would be if captured by the Empire. Once they arrived on Fort Anaxes, Ahsoka was already gone.
Sometime later, the rebels rescued Tseebo, a Rodian in the Imperial Information Office whose AJ^6 Cyborg Construct headpiece contained vital Imperial information, including a five-year plan for the entire Outer Rim. After fleeing Lothal, the Ghost rendezvoused with Ahsoka's Alderaan Cruiser. Hera turned Tseebo over to Ahsoka, who would be able to analyze the information contained within Tseebo's headpiece.
Ahsoka later informed Hera that former Imperial Senator Gall Trayvis traveled to the planet he mentioned in his rebel messages. It was later revealed that Trayvis was an undercover Imperial spy routing out rebel sympathizers.
After the capture of Kanan Jarrus, the leader of the Ghost Crew, by the Empire, and the Ghost Crew's subsequent transmission of messages intended to inspire the public, Ahsoka contacted Hera and dissuaded her from attempting to rescue Kanan. After reminding her that Kanan understood the risks he took, and that Ezra—the crew's remaining Jedi—was too important to be risked, Ahsoka informed her that their message had reached beyond Lothal and had attracted attention from the top ranks of the Empire. Ahsoka urged Hera to take her crew into hiding to avoid further jeopardizing their mission. The crew ignored Ahsoka's warning and set out on a mission to rescue their captive leader.
The rebels soon learned that Kanan was being held on the Sovereign, the personal Star Destroyer of Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin, in orbit of Mustafar. The crew set out to rescue him and succeeded, but were overwhelmed by Imperial forces. The crew's Astromech Droid, C1-10P, contacted Fulcrum and requested reinforcements. Ahsoka—leading Phoenix Squadron, a fleet of rebel ships—arrived at Mustafar and helped the Ghost Crew escape. When the rebels were safe and away from Mustafar, Ahsoka revealed her identity and told them that they were part of a wider rebel movement.
The Siege of Lothal
After the Ghost crew joined Phoenix Squadron, Ahsoka acted as a mentor and adviser to the newer rebels. She had a particular affinity with Kanan and his apprentice Ezra. During the Siege of Lothal, Ahsoka along with Hera, Kanan and the Phoenix Commander Jun Sato sanctioned a mission to rescue Minister Maketh Tua, who wanted to defect from the Empire. The Ghost crew returned to Lothal but stumbled into a trap set by Ahsoka's former master and friend, Darth Vader.
With much difficulty, the Ghost crew escaped Lothal in a shuttle. However, Vader had planted a tracking device on that shuttle which allowed him to track down the Rebel Fleet. When Vader attacked the rebel fleet with his TIE Advanced x1, Ahsoka joined the Ghost crew aboard their ship. During the battle, Ahsoka and Kanan used the Force to probe the mysterious TIE Pilot only to learn that he was none other than Anakin Skywalker. Vader also sensed her presence and Ahsoka collapsed unconscious in shock.
After escaping Vader, Ahsoka questioned Kanan and Ezra about their earlier confrontation with Vader on Lothal. Kanan recalled that he had not sensed a presence as evil as Vader since the Clone Wars. When Ezra asked Ahsoka about the identity of the Sith Lord, Ahsoka feigned ignorance of his identity. However, she told them that she knew that Vader would be coming for the rebels again in an effort to destroy them. Whether they chose to fight Vader and the others who would try to destroy them, the Ghost crew told her that they would fight them together.
Reuniting with Rex
Following the destruction of Phoenix Home, Phoenix Squadron were on the run. When the rebels discussed their next move, Ahsoka suggested that the Ghost crew seek out an old friend: the former Clone Captain Rex. For their mission, she gave Sabine and the Ghost crew the head of an old Tactical Droid and sent them to the desert planet of Seelos. Ahsoka unfortunately wouldn't be joining them as she had to depart "to answer questions that need answering" involving Vader. Prior to departing, she told Kanan to trust her friend.
After some difficulty, the Ghost crew managed to win over Rex, who supplied them with a Datacard containing a list of Republic installations in the Outer Rim and Mandalore. After fighting off an Imperial assault, Rex agreed to join the Rebellion. After returning from Seelos, Ahsoka reunited with her old friend, who commented that she had grown "old". Ahsoka responded by saying that it "had to happen sometime". Ahsoka then embraced Rex. Ahsoka thanked the crew for trusting her friend, and though Kanan tells her it still isn't easy; Ahsoka simply tells him "Nothing worth doing, ever is".
Learning about the Inquisitors
With Rex's datacard, the rebels gained access to a list of abandoned Republic bases and installations. During a salvaging mission to an abandoned Republic Medical Station, the Ghost crew encountered two more Inquisitors—the Seventh Sister and the Fifth Brother. These Inquisitors were aware about the existence of Ahsoka and attempted to force Ezra and Sabine to divulge all information they knew about her. However, these rebels escaped with the help of Garazeb Orrelios.
While monitoring transmissions from Mustafar, Ahsoka discovered that the Empire's Inquisitors had a secondary mission which involved kidnapping Force-sensitive children. Traveling to Garel, she related her discovery to Kanan. Ahsoka had also decoded two sets of coordinates. While she'd investigate the first set of coordinates, she sent Kanan to investigate the second set. Kanan accepted the mission and was accompanied by Ezra, Zeb, and Chopper. The first set of coordinates led Ahsoka to Chandel, where she encountered a derelict passenger ship. She quickly encountered an elderly woman named Darja, who revealed that the Seventh Sister and Fifth Brother had abducted her grandchild, Alora. Ahsoka comforted the grandmother and promised to find her grandchild.
Meanwhile, Kanan and his fellow rebels traced the second set of coordinates to a flat in Hammertown, a settlement on Takobo. After rescuing Alora and an Ithorian infant named Pypey, the rebels ran into trouble with the Seventh Sister and Fifth Brother. Following a protracted pursuit and confrontation, the rebels were bested by the Inquisitors outside the spaceport where they had the Phantom. However, before long, Ahsoka arrived and engaged the two Inquisitors in a lightsaber duel. Through her mastery of the Force and lightsaber skills, Ahsoka easily defeated the two Inquisitors. Before she could capture them, however, she was surrounded by Imperial reinforcements. Ahsoka managed to escape Takobo with Kanan and his rebels, who fled aboard the Phantom. As the Rebels departed from Takobo, Ahsoka recalled that a similar attempt had been made by a Sith Lord to abduct children during the Clone Wars. In the past, the Jedi had protected them, but since they were now eradicated, the Rebellion was now their only protection.
Accepting the Truth
After Kanan and Ezra were attacked by the Inquisitors on Oosalan Mesa, they realized their presence was endangering the rebellion's search for a base and met with Ahsoka on the Ghost to discuss a plan of action. While waiting for them, she viewed a holocron of Anakin giving a demonstration in lightsaber combat, which Ezra also watched when he arrived. Remarking on his skills, he asked her what happened to him. Hesitant, she revealed she saw him once more when he was sent to rescue Palpatine, but did not know what happened to him as the Jedi Purge unfolded. When Kanan arrived expressing his concerns, she mentioned in difficult times she would have had asked Kenobi or Yoda for advice. Kanan revealed that they had communicated with Yoda in the Lothal Jedi Temple, and chose to return there in the Phantom.
Ahsoka declined to raise the entrance to the temple, pointing out she was not a Jedi. Kanan and Ezra raised the temple from the ground, discovering a new door below the one they had entered before. Inside, Ahsoka, Kanan and Ezra had their own visions. She was confronted by the spirit of Anakin, who expressed anger at her departure, calling her selfish and accusing her of abandoning him. He finally asked if she knew what he had become. Lashing out with her lightsaber, she howled in agony as she finally accepted her master became Darth Vader.
The Inquisitors arrived, but the visions in the temple took the shape of the Jedi Temple Guard and distracted them, allowing Ahsoka and the Jedi to escape. As she fled, Ahsoka turned and saw Yoda on Dagobah, who waved at her. Smiling back, she turned and continued on her way back to the Phantom. On board, Ezra revealed he had spoken to Yoda and that he had been told to find Malachor. Ahsoka explained that Malachor was not a person, as Ezra assumed, but a place.
Journey to Malachor
Stopping off on Atollon
- “You are set on this confrontation then?"
"I have to know the truth."
"So be it, but understand this, much will change as a result of this encounter, including you."
"Isn't that true of all things, as time advances?"
"My dear, when I say change, I mean death."
"So I will die?"
"Will you? I didn't know that. Goodbye then, Ahsoka Tano, former Jedi Knight.”
- ―Bendu and Ahsoka, prior to Ahsoka's confrontation with her former master[src]
After the rebellion set up a new base on Atollon, Ahsoka traveled there to meet with Kanan and Ezra, to join them on their quest to Malachor. Before leaving Atollon, Ezra told Ahsoka about his predicament with the Krykna Spiders and she explained that the Force became more mysterious as one learned more about it. Ezra then followed Ahsoka back to Chopper Base where they prepared to take off to Malachor.
Before they left, Ahsoka met Bendu, an ancient Force-sensitive being living on the planet. During their conversation, Bendu mentioned Ahsoka's upcoming confrontation with her former master. When Ahsoka explained that she had to know the truth, Bendu retorted that everything would change as a result of their encounter, including her. As the Togruta failed to see his point, he specified that "change" meant death. Ahsoka asked then if she would die, but Bendu acted as if she was affirming it, and so replied that he did not know that before telling her goodbye.
Arriving on Malachor
On their way to Malachor, Rex contacted Ahsoka and offered to join the crew on their mission to Malachor, as he would be there in just two rotations, but Ahsoka declined his offer. After her talk with Rex, Ahsoka moved to the cockpit of the Phantom. When Ezra asked Kanan why Rex was so worried, Kanan explained that before the Jedi Purge, the Jedi were told to never travel to Malachor, because of old legends about the planet. Ahsoka remarked that legends always hold a bit of truth, after which Ezra wondered why Yoda would send the three to Malachor.
The group eventually made it out of hyperspace and Ahsoka explained that they were seeking knowledge that would help them defeat the Sith. Before they landed on the planet, Chopper picked up a ship on the planet, but couldn't recognize what type it was. Kanan told him to trace it as someone was clearly after the same thing the three were after as well.
Once on the surface, they landed on a site with strange looking obelisks. As they moved closer to one of them, they noticed that it was covered in an ancient dialogue that Ahsoka could partially translate. As Ahsoka began reading the phrases out loud, Ezra became hypnotized by them and touched the pillar, causing the surface below them to collapse and the three to fall underground. As they were recovering, they noticed that the place had a hidden, underground Sith Temple.
On closer inspection, they realized the place was a battlefield with some figures turned into stone. Ezra also found an old Crossguard Lightsaber. While discussing the events of the battle, they were attacked by the Eighth Brother who launched projectiles at them, breaking another layer of rock beneath them and causing Ezra to fall further down. Ahsoka and Kanan decided to pursue the Inquisitor, as Ezra tried to look for a way back up. In his search for a way up, Ezra met a seemingly old and frail man trapped just as he was himself.
Back on the surface, Chopper had discovered the Inquisitor's TIE Advanced v1, while Ahsoka and Kanan pursued the Inquisitor. Kanan had noticed that the Inquisitor was surprised to meet the Jedi here, which could mean that the Inquisitor was searching for something on Malachor, further backing up his theory that the Inquisitor was after something other than the Jedi. At the Inquisitor's TIE, Chopper managed to hijack the ship and use it against the Inquisitor, helping Ahsoka and Kanan capture him. The Inquisitor revealed that he was hunting "a shadow".
When Ezra and his companion, who had revealed himself to be named Maul, managed to claim a Sith Holocron which they had located beneath the temple, the whole structure went into "stand-by" mode with lights activating around it. This distracted Ahsoka and Kanan, which allowed the Inquisitor to secretly call for backup. They made their way to the temple, where they encountered the Seventh Sister and Fifth Brother. The two Inquisitors freed the Eighth Brother and a fight broke out between the Inquisitors and the two Jedi. Maul and Ezra soon found Ahsoka and Kanan, and Maul activated his Double-Bladed Lightsaber, taking on the three Inquisitors single-handedly and forcing them to retreat.
Ahsoka asked Maul what "game he was playing," to which he responded, "the end game". Maul then said that the four had little time, as Vader himself was probably on his way to Malachor. The group slowly made their way to the top of the temple, but on their way, they met the Inquisitors again. Maul told Ezra to run to the top of the temple with the Sith Holocron, while Maul stayed back to help Ahsoka and Kanan against the Inquisitors. Maul was able to kill the Seventh Sister and Fifth Brother with ease, while Kanan indirectly finished off the Eighth Brother. Not soon after, Maul revealed his true intentions to Ahsoka and Kanan, then lashed out at Kanan, slashing him in the eyes and blinding him. Before Maul could deliver the killing blow, however, Ahsoka intervened. The two fought briefly, but Ahsoka realized time was running short and left Maul with Kanan, who managed to throw Maul off the Temple.
The Fateful Duel
Ahsoka made her way to the top of the temple where she found Vader about to execute Ezra. She drew his attention away from Ezra by addressing him, and Vader told her that she would be spared if she gave him the location of any remaining Jedi. Ahsoka told him that the Jedi had all been killed by Vader and his Inquisitors, and Vader obliquely threatened to torture the information out of Ezra. Ahsoka replied in disgust that, though she had begun to suspect who he was behind his mask, Vader's cruelty had lead her to believe that he could not possibly be her former master. Vader stated flatly that Anakin had been weak, and that he had perished by Vader's hand. Ahsoka then snarled that she would avenge Anakin's death. Vader reminded her that revenge was not the Jedi way, but Ahsoka retorted that she was not a Jedi and attacked him.
After several minutes of intense swordplay, Vader blasted Ahsoka off of a ledge with the Force, and went to claim the temple's Sith holocron from Ezra. Ahsoka, however, managed to survive her fall and rushed to re-engage Vader. She managed to catch up to him at the summit of the temple as he used the Force to pull Ezra, Kanan, and the holocron to himself. Ahsoka then ambushed Vader and managed to cut a furrow into his mask above his right eye.
As Kanan and Ezra escaped, Ahsoka heard Vader call out to her. However, because of the damage that had been done to his mask, his voice was no longer that of Vader, but a combination of Vader's mechanical baritone and Anakin's unfiltered voice. She turned around to face him, and saw through the gash in his mask the charred face of her former master, confirming beyond any doubt that Vader and Anakin were one and the same. As Vader regained his feet, Ahsoka proclaimed that she would not leave him as she had years ago. Vader paused for a moment upon hearing this, but then coldly responded that she would die and reactivated his weapon. The two engaged in combat once again and the temple locked down with a burst of energy, allowing Kanan and Ezra to escape.
A World Between Worlds
Unbeknownst to Kanan and Ezra, however, the duel between Ahsoka and Vader had had a very different outcome from the one in which they believed. As the holocron chamber locked down, Vader re-engaged Ahsoka and quickly overwhelmed her. As the two engaged in a final bladelock, Vader began to push through her guard, but became distracted by the enormous energy discharges emanating from the damaged holocron dock. This allowed Ahsoka to push Vader back a step with the Force and disengage. She then plunged her lightsabers into the floor near her feet, destabilizing the floor beneath herself and Vader. Vader glanced down at the floor, but disregarded it and prepared to strike down his former apprentice. However, as Vader struck what would have been a killing blow, a portal suddenly appeared from behind Ahsoka and a figure grabbed her by the shoulder, pulling her into a mysterious dimension. Vader's strike missed, and he fell through the collapsing floor into a pool of light.
Once Ahsoka came to, she realized the one who pulled her into the portal was in fact Ezra, although two years older. Ahsoka was confused about what was happening and she wondered where Kanan was. Ezra explained what had happened and where the two were located. Ezra concluded that if he could save Ahsoka, he could also save his master. Ahsoka warned him that if he were to do so, Ezra and the others would die. Depressed by the inevitable, he allowed the fire caused by the fuel pods to consume Kanan for good.
After accepting the fate of Kanan, the two decided to head out of the dimension. However, the portal about Kanan turned out to be a trick by Palpatine, who attempted to manipulate Ezra into letting the Emperor travel into the world. Ahsoka and Ezra helped each other to evade the Emperor's attacks and were separated in the process, but promised to meet each other once again in the future. As Ezra headed back to the portal from where he arrived, Ahsoka made her way into another portal, which brought her back to Malachor, near the base of the Sith temple, accompanied by her Convor friend. She wished the Force to be with Ezra and headed down into a dark tunnel.
In Search of Ezra Bridger
Eventually, Ahsoka was able to leave Malachor and sometime after the Battle of Endor, she traveled to Lothal on a T-6 Shuttle to meet with Sabine, who sought to search for Ezra after he disappeared with Grand Admiral Thrawn into hyperspace during the Liberation of Lothal several years prior.
Personality and Traits
As a teenager meeting her master for the first time, Tano was very snippy which earned her the nickname Snips from her master. She was known to be very aggressive like her master, willing to use terror or threats to get the answers she wanted.
Over time, she became a more mature and enlightened person, her experiences during the Clone Wars shaping her. She had her victories, her failures, and her losses yet strove through them all, as she felt it was her duty as a Jedi to help restore peace and prosperity to the Republic. Her constant travels and experiences made her more worldly than most young people her age, and often she was surprised by the various events and people she came across during the Clone Wars.
However, when Ahsoka was framed for murder and treason, she was horrified when the Jedi Order coldly cast her out and all but condemned her to a Republic trial and came very close to being sentenced to death. When Anakin unveiled the true culprit, Ahsoka was shocked to see it was her friend Barriss Offee.
When offered to return to the Order, Ahsoka was deeply conflicted, but ultimately chose not to, having lost faith in the Order for not standing by her, and felt she could no longer devote herself to the Order after it had become clear it was serving the political interests of the Republic rather than following its ancient ways and traditions.
Ahsoka was a confident and moralistic person, and a firm defender of the innocent. This carried on even after she left the Order, as she joined Organa's rebellion to restore liberty and democracy to the people oppressed by the Empire. Ahsoka also felt pity and compassion for the Sixth Brother despite slaying him in combat. She regarded the Sixth Brother as a victim whose potential for good had been twisted and turned to the dark side. After befriending the Force-sensitive Hedala, Ahsoka became concerned with protecting Force-sensitive children from being captured by the Empire's Inquisitors.
During her time running from the Empire, Ahsoka continued to suffer from grief over the loss of her friends and guilt over her inability able to protect them. During her time on Raada, Ahsoka was unsure about making new friends, largely due to the emotional pain inflicted by Barriss's betrayal. Despite everything Barriss had done, Ahsoka still had some affection for her former friend, and later expressed her belief that while she was wrong about most things, she did have a point about the Jedi and the Republic, and that if had they truly listened to her, they might have been able to stop Darth Sidious before it was too late.
As a Rebel Informant code-named "Fulcrum", Ahsoka worked indirectly with various rebel cells, always with her face hidden and her voice disguised, and became somewhat pragmatic as she advised Hera to cease searching for Kanan to protect her crew, especially Ezra. This may suggest she developed a more discrete nature and decided overall to put the many before the few.
However, her dealing in secret as Fulcrum appears to have remained, as Ahsoka lied to Kanan and Ezra of having knowledge about the Sith Lord they encountered, and she herself is clearly having trouble coming to terms with the horrific realization of what has become of her former Jedi master.
Those feelings recently made themselves apparent when she was refused to help open the Lothal Jedi Temple, stating she was no longer a Jedi for leaving the Order. While inside the temple, she was haunted by a phantom of her master, who angrily scolded Ahsoka for leaving him to a fate worse than death. Ahsoka, shedding tears and welling up with grief, lashed out at the illusion, and then wept when she saw no one there, but now realized her fears were true—her former master was a murderous Sith Lord.
Upon finally coming face-to-face with her former master once again, Ahsoka refused to believe he and Vader were the same person, stating Anakin "could never be as vile as Vader", to which Vader responding by claiming he had destroyed Anakin. Ahsoka then swore to avenge Anakin's "death", something against her Jedi training and morals, but affirmed she was not a Jedi and proceeded to duel Vader, only to find that he was indeed her former friend and mentor. Still tortured by guilt, Ahsoka offered Vader compassion, refusing to leave him behind again, only to be rebuffed. Despite Vader's cruelty and relentlessness, Ahsoka bravely continued the fight.
When Ahsoka was saved and reunited with Ezra in the World Between Worlds, she was saddened to learn of the fate of Kanan, but disturbed by Ezra's idea of saving Kanan from dying. Drawing from her own experience of being unable to save her master, Ahsoka successfully convinced Ezra to let Kanan go, and they parted ways, promising to find each other again as Ahsoka went back to Malachor and resumed her journey.
After the Battle of Endor, Ahsoka sought to keep her promise to Ezra and joined Sabine in her quest to find him and bring him home.
Powers & Abilities
Ahsoka was a Jedi Padawan during the Clone Wars up until she resigned the Order. During her years as a Padawan and a Commander, she progressed on and off the battlefield, her skills as a Jedi growing, along with herself as a person.
Ironically, Ahsoka's departure from the Jedi Order led to her growth in the Force and in combat. Sixteen years after her departure, her strength and skill had grown to the point where she was able to outfight two elite Inquisitors single-handed, surviving unscathed.
When she started out the Padawan of her Master, Ahsoka originally wielded a single lightsaber, utilizing the unorthodox Shien reverse-grip, though her master would later train her to use a standard grip along with the lightsaber styles of Form IV and Form V.
Later on in the Clone Wars, she trained in Jar'Kai after constructing a lightsaber shoto to wield alongside her first saber, and utilized it often when facing multiple opponents.
Despite leaving the Order, Ahsoka's skills with a lightsaber have greatly improved to mastery, proven by her duel against both the Seventh Sister and the Fifth Brother, as she was able to easily outmatch and overpower them both unaided and walk away unscathed. A testament to her skills was, during the battle, Ahsoka was able to disarm the Seventh Sister while Ahsoka herself was unarmed, having disengaged her sabers and taken a moment to focus herself in the Force, reaching out as the Sister attacked and grabbing the Inquisitor's saber, before effortlessly disengaging it, wresting it from the Sister's hands, and tossing it aside.
During the mission to Malachor, Ahsoka was also able to duel evenly with former Sith Lord Maul and even hold her own reasonably well against her former master, Darth Vader; she was able to outwit her fallen master by breaking his foothold before she was saved by Ezra.
Ahsoka possessed a strong connection to the Force even while she was a Padawan, able to wield Force powers such as Telekinesis, utilize the Force Jump, Force Push, and possessed a strong Force Sense (which led to her discovering her former master had become a Sith Lord).
During her time in the Lothal Jedi Temple, her Force Sense caused her to be haunted by a phantom of her old master, but then she was able to see one of her old mentors, Yoda, and the smile they shared might have been a manifestation of hope to inspire her.
As a veteran of the Clone Wars, Ahsoka is an experienced leader, having once been a commander of the 501st, and led many clone troopers in battle.
After the end of the war, Ahsoka would eventually join forces with Bail Organa and found the Rebel network, learning to act with great discretion, taking up the codename "Fulcrum" to contact various Rebel cells and assign them missions or targets of interest.
- She is voiced by Ashley Eckstein, who also voiced as her in the series Star Wars: The Clone Wars and video games Ahsoka appeared in.
- At the time of the series, she is in her early 30s.
- The design of her new pair of Lightsabers bears resemblance to the early concept by Ralph McQuarrie. Their white blades also signify her disassociation from the Jedi Order.
- Ahsoka's armor is described by Pablo Hidalgo as something he imagined her finding in an old Jedi temple in the years between The Clone Wars and Rebels.
- In her debut, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ahsoka became the first female Jedi to be a leading character in the Star Wars universe on screen.
- Her original name during her creation was Ashla, prior to being changed to Ahsoka. Her original name was however used in the book Ahsoka where she used the name "Ashla" as an alias.
- Season 3 was the only season in which Ahsoka did not appear.
- As of 4 ABY, Ahsoka is the only known Order 66 Survivor left who was a Jedi trained in the Temple and fought in the Clone Wars still alive.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ahsoka
- ↑ Out of Darkness
- ↑ Empire Day
- ↑ Gathering Forces
- ↑ Vision of Hope
- ↑ Rebel Resolve
- ↑ Fire Across the Galaxy
- ↑ Star Wars Rebels: The Siege of Lothal
- ↑ The Lost Commanders
- ↑ Relics of the Old Republic
- ↑ Always Two There Are
- ↑ The Future of the Force
- ↑ Shroud of Darkness
- ↑ The Mystery of Chopper Base
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 Twilight of the Apprentice
- ↑ Star Wars Rebels: Steps Into Shadow
- ↑ The Holocrons of Fate
- ↑ A World Between Worlds
- ↑ Family Reunion – and Farewell