‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars': Dave Filoni on Ahsoka’s fate, Master Yoda

March 07, 2014 | 8:30 a.m.
Jedi Master Yoda in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." (Lucasfilm)

Jedi Master Yoda in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.” (Lucasfilm)

“Star Wars” fans let out a collective howl of anguish last year when it was announced that one of the casualties of Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm was the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.” The fan-favorite series was canceled without a satisfactory conclusion, yanked from the schedule of Cartoon Network, where it had aired since 2008. That ultimately made way for a new series, “Star Wars Rebels,” set to premiere on the Disney Channel before moving to Disney XD.

So, when word came that the final 13 episodes of the show’s sixth season would become available to fans on Netflix, the news was met with good cheer. As of Friday, viewers can check out “The Lost Missions,” which will join the previous five seasons on the streaming video service, including some director’s cuts of those earlier episodes.

“The Lost Missions” follows a rift in the Force caused by Ahsoka Tano’s departure from the Jedi Order and the growing menace of Sith lords and apprentices throughout the galaxy. In an interview with Hero Complex last fall, executive producer Dave Filoni teased that the final set of episodes would “really please the diehard ‘Clone Wars’ fans, especially the story arc with Master Yoda.”

However, anxious fans who have been waiting and hoping for final word on the fates of characters introduced within the confines of the series — most notably Ahsoka Tano, the Jedi apprentice to Anakin Skywalker who was introduced in the 2008 “Clone Wars” movie — will have to wait longer. Although the final season provides answers to many of the “Star Wars” mythos’ mysteries, her fate isn’t one of them.

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“What’s important to me that came out of ‘Clone Wars’ was to learn from George [Lucas] about big portions of this time period” in the “Star Wars” universe, Filoni said. “While I know the fans might not get every answer they want … we now have all these stories that I believe will come out over the next decade in one form or another.”

Whereas the “Star Wars” prequel films, especially “Episode I — The Phantom Menace,” were criticized for being too juvenile in tone, “The Clone Wars,” set in the years between “Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones” and “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith,” earned praised for its sophistication. Rather than focus on one or two main characters, the series jumped around the galaxy, telling stories from many perspectives.

“The series really aged up over the years,” said Sean Carey, Netflix vice president of content acquisition. “It went to a darker place and didn’t fit the Cartoon Network brand any longer. So it was a hidden gem that Disney brought to our attention, and we jumped all over it.”

“It’s a fun way to tell a tale,” Filoni said. “Start in a light way we can all identify with and slowly take them into a darker place with more meaning and depth.”

Although Filoni was not able to execute his plan to dovetail the “Clone Wars” series directly into the opening of “Revenge of the Sith,” he did manage to ensure that the new episodes delve further into the mythology of the Force than ever before — and, in doing so, provided an almost biblical level of import to an arc involving Jedi Master Yoda and his journey to understand the roots of that mystic force.

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It’s still a cartoon based on a popular space opera, but the passages with Yoda that close out the new episodes use imagery straight out of the Old Testament.

“The story went to a very dark place in ‘Revenge of the Sith,'” Filoni said. “So it was always my plan to come out of the prequel era of ‘Attack of the Clones’ and ‘Phantom Menace,’ which were more lighthearted … to the end, when the [characters] finally see the traps that have been laid for them and be powerless to stop it.”

At this point, Filoni and his creative team have moved on to “Star Wars Rebels,” which is set to premiere in the fall and takes place in the time between “Revenge of the Sith” and “Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope.”

Of the differences between the two series, Filoni told Hero Complex last year: “’Rebels’ will be different from ‘The Clone Wars’ in a couple ways, and one is the decision to stick with one story and one main group of characters. We wanted fans to get to know the new characters and what they are fighting for. Each episode has its own unique story, while still fitting into the much larger picture of what is going on in the ‘Star Wars’ universe. ‘Rebels’ will tell the story of a group of characters — in this way it is more like the original trilogy which followed Han, Luke and Leia — where the prequels showed us the grand scale and political as well as personal.”

Now, as the “Star Wars Rebels” publicity campaign rolls into high gear, he said he’s ready for the reaction from the heavily invested and re-energized fan community.

The Inquisitor is the new bad guy from the animated series "Star Wars Rebels." (Lucasfilm).

The Inquisitor is the new bad guy from the animated series “Star Wars Rebels.” (Lucasfilm).

“I prefer to meet the fans out on the battlefield head-on and discuss things with them,” he said. “I love hearing theories … and I love hearing the passion behind it.”

As for any lingering questions about Ahsoka, Filoni is able to provide these words of calm:

“I’m really protective of that character, having written her and worked alongside George on all of her thoughts and actions,” he said. “One thing I’m really grateful for is even though there’s been a lot of transition at Lucasfilm, everybody here working creatively understands I feel that way and comes to me with questions about her.

“I have a good idea of what happened to her, and I’ll just leave it at that,” Filoni said.

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87 Responses to ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars': Dave Filoni on Ahsoka’s fate, Master Yoda

  1. CapnEO_Crowley says:

    I Can't Wait, Seriously… The More "Star Wars" The Better!!!

    • Plus says:

      He may know Ahsoka's fate but the kids who've grown up with the show want to see the character, they don't understand studio buyouts and cancelations. They should stop pulling a Khan and just let fans know when they'll see her again.

    • RobinGMS says:

      NOT REALLY SPOILER
      I'm in Germany and just watched the last two episodes. Don't expect to much. It won't flow in Revenge of the Sith (like ´hey, the chancellor has been kidnapped´) and Asohka doesn't even show up.
      NOT REALLY SPOILER END

    • Muhammad says:

      Yeah I hope I see her in rebels I want her and Darth Vader to meet

  2. Kgenial says:

    “It went to a darker place and didn’t fit the Cartoon Network brand any longer. So it was a hidden gem that Disney brought to our attention, and we jumped all over it.”… What has that guy been smoking?!!! Hidden Gem?!!! Right like nobody knew about it.

  3. klops says:

    let's hope they kill Ahsoka off. it's the only legitimate way to deal with her.

    • Dav Terran says:

      What the hell is wrong with you?!? Kill a character because you don't have any other ideas?? You're pathetic, pablum puking, asinine, non thinker. There's a reason why people like you are not given creative control. Ahsoka is practically the only female Jedi who is a role model for little girls, who deserve to be part of Star Wars as much as anyone. Can you name any other well featured female Jedi? Thought not. Ahsoka is a great character beloved by many (and pretty hot to boot). Maybe your "character" needs to be killed off since we don't know what else to do. That's "legitimate" right?

      • Michael Laemmle says:

        To defend Klops position, I can name a few other characters. For example, Bariss offee was one that was not featured all that much, though many, many fans liked having her in the Clone wars. Also, Padme Amidala and Luminara Unduli were two characters everyone liked. Also, There will be many female characters in Rebels, such as Mara Jade (My favorite female character), Lumiya, Hera, and that mandalorian. Now, to defend Dav's side. There are better ways to make use of ahsoka. One example would be to make her a Hand of the Emperor, because she was betrayed by the jedi, and swore vengeance on them. She could also see (like a Jedi) how "Corrupt' the empire is, and take up arms against "Evil". My position on the matter: I personally hate Ahsoka, but then again, I believe that Jedi are the cancer of the galaxy. I would like to see Ahsoka join the empire.

    • WORSTatCOMMENTING says:

      Your quick to call names but what you don’t realize is he’s not saying that because they ran out if ideas they should kill her. He is saying that the only good way to take her out of the show is to kill her. I agree with this because as long as she is alive the writers have no reason good reason stop writing her in.

  4. Johnny says:

    oh for the love of god will you shut up and tell everyone WHAT HAPPENS TO AHSOKA???????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • @mwanderson says:

      I think an older Ahsoka will appear in "Rebels" … it's a just a feeling but it seems as though someone as smart and creative as Filoni wouldn't just let a great character like Ahsoka flitter away after spending five+ years on her character development. In a way, I see the cancellation of "The Clone Wars" as a blessing in disguise – one that will bring more depth to a sadly missed character. I wouldn't be surprised if we don't get guest appearances from an ageing Obi Wan Kenobi – now called Ben and living as a hermit on Tatooine – along with a wizened old Yoda on Dagobah in "Rebels" …

      • Phillip says:

        No she won't no characters from the clone wars will be in rebels why don't anyone understand that??

      • madash iffrinson says:

        It would be nice to see what happens to ashoka

        Btw your wrong about no clone wars characters in rebles obi wan kenobi will appear aparently alot because he is a credited role

    • I think she will appear in Rebels I'm guessing they didnt hunt her down because she left the Order and she was so close to Anakin

  5. Chris says:

    I do not understand this "Inquisitor" completely defies the rule of 2. Wouldn't this make 3 siths. Sidius, Vader and Inquisitor. I wonder how they will explain this?

    • DonPenguini says:

      Dark Jedi can exist without being Sith.

      Sith was originally a race, then a cult like the Jedi.

      You can be force sensitive or a force user without being a member of either group.

    • Aaron says:

      If you really know star wars. Vader has apprentices that are well most of them a secret to Sidius. So they could some how pull it off.

    • CaptainFordo says:

      There were several inquisitors, and in fact they were not true sith, but merely Dark Jedi. So the rule of two is not broken.

    • Matthew says:

      I think that Inquisitor is not SITH … it's just an acolyte. When Darth Bane came up with rule "There can be only one", he had a few acolytes and restored the Sith Academy on Korriban to learn the ways of the Sith

    • Brad says:

      He wouldn't be a Sith. Dooku had an apprentice (Asajj Ventress), but she was not considered a Sith. Dooku made that very clear many times over. Vader had an apprentice, Galen Marek, who was also not considered a Sith. Even Sidious had an apprentice, Maul, while he was still apprentice to Plagueis. Maul didn't become Darth Maul until Sidious killed Plagueis (just prior to the battle of Naboo). So no, this inquisitor would not be a Sith. Just an Imperial agent trained in the ways of the force. Like many others (Mara Jade for example).

    • adambladetaylor says:

      They're saying he fills the same sort of role that Ventress did. She was Dooku's assassin. The Inquisitor is supposedly Vader's disciple.

    • ggg says:

      Well the rule of two has been a loose rule for the sith. In the clone wars, Dark Acolytes fought for the sith. I believe the Inquisitor will be a dark jedi.

    • Bluegem81 says:

      They technically broke the Rule of Two before. Sidious being the Lord, with first Maul, and Tyrannus/Dooku on the side. He recruits Asaaj Ventress afterward, and after she is dumped, they ‘mold’ Savage Oppress into the perfect killer. And while all THIS is going on, Sidious AKA Palpatine is carefully shaping Anakin into his NEXT – and quite possibly the perfect – Apprentice, since after all Anakin is the Chosen One.

      Now who better to rule the galaxy at large with the Force and the Chosen One at your side, as well as having EVERY system in your grip?

    • @Kalethan says:

      No more than having Maul around did. It actually lends credence to the long standing EU suggestion that the Emperor and Vader had Dark Jedi around. Just speculating, but since Vader was so crippled physically from his fight with Obi-Wan, perhaps it was a way to keep challenging him until the Emperor was able to find a suitable replacement.

    • mac says:

      No because the Inquisitor is nothing more than a Dark Jedi that swears loyalty to Vader and the Emperor. They are not indoctorated in Sith teachings. They are extensions of the Sith's will and a nod also to the EU as the Inquisitors were first introduced in West End Games RPG books.

    • Sopello says:

      There were many inquisitors, but they weren't Sith, just dark force users, trained and used by palpie & vader mostly to find hiding jedi

    • Jessica says:

      Yeah, like Sidious has ever really followed the rule of two faithfully. To be fair, he abandoned that principal to when it suited him and his plans because he knew the time had come for the Sith to take power over the galaxy. Besides, the Inquisitor isn't a Sith. He's more of a Dark Side Acolyte, similar to Ventress.

    • Guest says:

      It's been explained before. Dark Acolytes did exist during that time, but they weren't Sith. There can be only two Sith in the galaxy, but dark force sensitives and pretenders were around. It's mentioned in the Darth Plagueis novel in the first couple of chapters.

    • Josh says:

      Dark Side users aren’t all Sith. Inquisitor won’t be Sith just like Ventress or Mara Jade weren’t Sith.

    • Austin says:

      Dave Filoni and the creators of both The Clone Wars and Rebels like to tease the fans with EU references. The Imperial Inquisitors were very common during this time period in the EU- With Mara Jade being one of the more popular. So I assume the Rebels crew is trying to please the EU fans.

    • Dominick says:

      They already defied the rule of 2 a long ass time ago. Episode 1 Darth Siduous and Darth Maul after Mauls "Death" Count Dooku became a Sith, he was a Jedi during Ep 1. Episode 2 takes place 10 years after 1. The 2005 comic Star Wars Visousarys which came out just before Ep3 It shows Count Dooku captured Master Si-Fa-Dios after the order for the clones was put in my guess is he found out about Siduous plot and made the army and was then entersepted by Dooku. It is revealed Grevious was a alien warrior who was badly injuryed and Dooku having froze Si-Fa-Dios in cyro used his blood in a blood transfuse and Grevious was made mostly cyborg. Killing Si-Fa-Dios and saving Grevious. Dooku trained Grevious with a lightsaber although he does not pose the force. After this Dooku finds A. Ventress a nightsister (witch) who posses the power of the force and takes her in. making 3. As well during Seasons 3 and 4 Dooku trys to kill her and takes in Savage Opress Darth Mauls brother who also posses the force and is trained. making 4 sith. During Season 4 and 5 Darth Maul returns by this time Savage is killed near end of 5 and A. Ventress was betrayed but still lives. At season 5s end Darth Siduos, Count Dooku, Darth Maul are alive. Ep3 Beginning shows Dooku being killed. and rise of Darth Vader.

      now MAY 21ST 2014 Darth Mauls story arc from clone wars will b revealed via 4 Dark House comics titled Son Of Dathomire to bring closer to his character. Darth Siduous's last words to Maul were im not going to kill u I have other uses for u. My best guess is Darth maul lives past ep3.

      also Star Wars rebels takes place after 3 but before 4 15 years after 3. 5 years before 4
      Starkiller from The Force Unleashed is also alive at this point.

      Darth Siduous, Darth Vader, Sith Inquistor, Starkiller(Galen Marak), Darth Maul??? so there are possibly 5 sith alive during SW Rebels

    • Tim says:

      Inquisitors are only force sensitives that The Emperor corrupted and used, much like the Hand of the Emperor, Mara Jade. The Master and apprentice relationship is still only two, but they were not the only force users in the Empire.

    • astronomer_bh says:

      When has that stopped sithbefore (Maul anyone?)

  6. andy says:

    ok guys, nice infos but let's get serious now and stop kidding us – you know what we want, we know what we want so don't be a |_| … tell us what happend to ahsoka tano and even if it takes a complete spin-off to do so!

  7. Bluegem81 says:

    If you guys kill Ahsoka…

    I don’t think the Force would be with you anymore.

    If anyone remembers that ‘trip’ to Ordos (That place with the Father, Son, and Daughter), Ahsoka saw a vision of her future self, who stated that if she stayed with Anakin, then she wouldn’t have a future. Walking away from the Order during the last episode of Season 5 probably saved her life…PLEASE LET THIS BE SO!

  8. Kondorr says:

    The Inquisitor is not Sith, he is a pawn of the Sith, a user of the dark side of the force… this does not make him a dark Jedi or Sith…

  9. Stache says:

    Could Netflix pick up Tron Uprising for a season two conclusion as well? All will be right then!

  10. lool says:

    What about Rex and the 501st

    • carlos says:

      They pretty much became a part of the Imperial Army. Battlefront 2 is about the 501st and shows their transition from the Republic Army into the Galactic Empire.

    • Logan Thurman says:

      Rex is now a Bounty Hunter working for the Rebellion to make money so he can pay for his rent at his friends place.

    • Michael Laemmle says:

      I'm not sure what happens next with rex, but the 501st becomes "Vaders fist", they hunt down jedi

  11. DRush76 says:

    ["Whereas the “Star Wars” prequel films, especially “Episode I — The Phantom Menace,” were criticized for being too juvenile in tone, “The Clone Wars,” set in the years between “Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones” and “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith,” earned praised for its sophistication. Rather than focus on one or two main characters, the series jumped around the galaxy, telling stories from many perspectives."]

    People are so typical. It's okay to praise "The Clone Wars" to the sky, because most fans wanted the Prequel Trilogy to be mainly about the Clone Wars. They wanted a similar feeling to how the Rebellion played a role in the Original Trilogy.

    The Original Trilogy was NOT told from many perspectives. It was mainly told from the perspectives of a few characters . . . namely Luke Skywalker. And to praise "The Clone Wars" for being more sophisticated than the cinematic Prequel Trilogy . . . and at the same time, ardently embrace the Original Trilogy, which was NOT a sophisticated piece of art (the characterization was more black-and-white than either the PT or TCW), strikes me as incredibly hypocritical.

    • not surprising says:

      what? you're JUST finding out that OT fanatics are hypocrites? They've been bashing the PT for reasons both logical and illogical.

      • Talo12 says:

        I bash the prequel trilogy because of the shitty CGI, Hayden Christensen's wooden acting, really shitty romance scenes (I'm looking at you Episode 2), too many subplots (most of them were done terribly or were unnecessary), and Jar Jar Binks. Not praising them or anything, but I really love Belated Media's rewriting of the prequel trilogy. Hell, if I get enough time, I'll write up a script of it, find some people to do voice acting, and do a CGI movie of this in Source Filmmaker.
        Damn, I started rambling. I did not mean to do that.

  12. StarWarsFAN says:

    Oh Yes!!! Cant wait to see more of Star Wars cartoons and movies! Why didn't they do a full of season 6, why it so short? And yes, we need to see Ahsoka

  13. Roy says:

    Hopefully rebels will bomb and they will bring back clone wars at least till conclusion. If Disney can sell the show to netflix, no reason they couldn't have bought out Warner and moved Clone Wars.

  14. Nober says:

    This last season of The Clone Wars honestly brought tears to me, not for the fact that it was sad which it was but for the fact of it ending. It has been a great series which has touched the hearts of a lot true Star Wars fans. Now that the series has ended, there leaves a huge void which can't be filled. I can only hope that Disney reconsiders putting an end to it for I don't know what is to come with Star Wars Rebels.

  15. M says:

    Ahsoka is to girls what Luke was to boys. A few girl Jedi were briefly shown in Revenge of the Sith. However, Ahsoka is the only girl jedi that was actually developed as a character. My daughter loves Star Wars and loved Leia and then Padme. But when she first saw Ahsoka, she forgot about the princess and queen. I’m hoping that Ahsoka shows up in “Star Wars Rebels” or better yet in “Episode VII”.

    I’ve been on the wrong end of cancelled tv shows many many times. As an adult, I was crushed knowing that Ahsoka just walked away and the series came to an abrupt end. My daughter was devastated, as I’m sure all Star War girls were. Everyone knows what happens to Obi-Wan and Anakin, etc. but what about Ahsoka? With the news of “Star Wars Rebels”, my daughter was optimistic, and is looking forward to the show. However, she was a little put-off that the only jedi will be a boys, even-though Sabine looks to be a strong girl character.

    I’m a little glad that this article offers a tiny glimmer of hope for Ahsoka to show up outside clone wars.

    I grew up with Star Wars, and just ignored Princess Leia. But once I had a daughter, I could finally understand why Leia was important. I’m hoping Ahsoka isn’t just mothballed for eternity because of some corporate buyout.

    • Leon says:

      I'm honestly kind of happy we get a female Mandalorian warrior as our awesome girl character for this series. Female Jedi are badass, don't get me wrong, but it's satisfying to see a girl keep up with the best of 'em because of her own unique abilities and intuition rather than from some innate superpower.

  16. jack says:

    Ashoka is furious about getting kicked out of the Jedi order and becomes the new leader of the Sith in the upcoming movies.

  17. Bruce Morton says:

    I thought that between each movie there would be a spin off TV series and if so it should be the X-wing series that would give you the Wedge Antilles storyline and the rogue squadron one too and bring in the new characters from the expanded univers.

    The new films should start bringing the the expanded univers and the best start there would be the Thrawn trilogy followed the the Jedi search trilogy.

    Bruce Morton UK

  18. tonykrane says:

    I see some of you are truly giving this some thought, just like me! As true fans we all shuddered when Ahsoka walked down those steps. We all need to understand that it was just another mindblowing cliffhanger moment!

  19. Hopeful says:

    I'm just hoping that they take what they have learned (story wise and character) from Clone wars and brings it to the creation of the new movies.

  20. PDXSerric says:

    Once again Disney assimilates all…

    You started Clone Wars with a 2hr movie. How about finishing it up wiht a 2 hour conclusion AND that dovetail you want, yes?

  21. PMV says:

    As many of you have pointed out I believe they spent more time creating un-needed story lines, Jar Jar and Mace teaming up comes to mind. They should have spent more time or added at least one more episode to give Ahsoka a better Arc. I just finished watching the Clone Wars episodes for the first time and was devastated when she left the order. I 100% agree that the Jedi council had fallen from the pedestal in which they perched atop for a long time. I believe wholeheartedly that Ahsoka had the biggest impact on Anakin. She was the only he really trusted (you could see his faith wavering with Padme) and when she left you could tell they were both devastated.

    Someone pointed out that something must have happened after the final end of the series to make Anakin completely turn…..for this I believe that Ahsoka died or something worse. You can see the way the two were connected. It was not just Anakin leaving the order and running away with Padme he completely turned to the dark side. Anakin was so faithful to everyone he loved. I believe no one came to him and showed him how to really handle his attachment.

    Sorry this was long.

    • Shamsuddin Channa says:

      I totally agree with you. They can't just abandon Ashoka. There are just so many loop holes. They should have made atleast one episode regarding ashoka. I believe they don't even know what to do with her.
      If you look at Filoni's Comment

      “I have a good idea of what happened to her, and I’ll just leave it at that,”

      It clearly shows that they are trying to settle down fans while originally they don't even know what to do with Ashoka.

  22. GHOSTWOLF says:

    I watched the final 13 episodes on Netflix. One problem there was 1 small bit with Ahsoka but NOTHING about her fate. One of the most popular figures in the series and NO conclusion, REALLY???

  23. John Barnes says:

    well there is no doubt that she will be in the Star Wars Rebels series(she is on the trailer logo…older too) but im more interested in finding out if she will actually be in Episode VII.

  24. Matthew says:

    I don't see why Ashoka couldn't show up in Rebels. She walked away from the Jedi order. She's out there some where. It was silly to cancel Clone Wars….it would be silly not use Ashoka in the new series.

  25. 00000 says:

    “I have a good idea of what happened to her, and I’ll just leave it at that,” Filoni said.

    And what happened? Ugh, I'm going to have to wait for like 5 years now. I hope they release a comic on her.

  26. Car Wars says:

    Perhaps we find out what happens to ahsoka in Star Wars rebels? I am just gutted that she left in season 5, and that many mysteries still remain unanswered. Perhaps a Maul could come in rebels.

    As to how Ashoka dies… I don't know…

  27. eastacio says:

    “The series really aged up over the years,” said Sean Carey, Netflix vice president of content acquisition. “It went to a darker place and didn’t fit the Cartoon Network brand any longer. So it was a hidden gem that Disney brought to our attention, and we jumped all over it.” Wait… "Didn't fit the CN brand any longer"? Um… does he even watch the CN? *rolls eyes* Maybe it was "hidden" to the likes of him, but not to the countless fans out there who watched it. Translation: "It's a successful series and we're pleased it already comes with a large audience built-in. Ka-ching!"

  28. halfvulcan says:

    Darth Vader’s first use of the carbonite freeze trap. On Ahsoka. And it works. And later Darth reveals to Luke that he must free her. No, I don’t know this is how it will turn out. It’s just something I came up with and it would give her a way to show up in the new movies.

  29. Master says:

    hmmmm…know you that she doesn't appear in the new film.hhhhmmm….mysterious are the ways of the force are they not ;)

  30. George says:

    Is it just me, or does rebels look like it BELONGS on disney channel? Clone Wars actually went pretty mature, though still corny. rebels just looks like crap. A disservice to starwars fans, aimed at making money off small children.

    • Jessica says:

      I agree with you. I looked at the picture of the clones armor. They are too shinny and aren't mature looking. The new Star Wars rebels coming up looks like a bust. With the new characters and all.

      BRING BACK STAR WARS THE CLONE WARS!!!

  31. Andy says:

    Perfect way to have Ahsoka come in Rebels:

    Kanan is mentoring Ezra but then dies in an epic season finale. Ahsoka shows up barely saving the team and agrees to continue showing Ezra the way of the Jedi. Kanan would go all Ned Stark. Talk about climactic.

  32. JamJam says:

    Season 6 was ok. Final Yoda centric episodes were amazing. The most brilliant episodes of the series (excluding only the chosen one arc).

    My hope is new movies will add additional “What happened too…..” information. I’m personally for Ahsoka having gone back to lower levels of the capital and hey while down there she helps save a battered but still breathing Mace Windu who could tell her what’s up and together they vacate the plant for the Outer Rim. Easy to do they wouldn’t know anyone else survived and no one would know they survived so welcome to why they don’t reappear until episode 7 or later and the aftermath of the Emperor’s downfall. My hopes for her at least and getting some answers from upcoming sources (maybe she’ll appear in Rebels or at least get a mention).

  33. Jessica says:

    That was not even a ENDING!!!!! The last thirteen episodes left a major cliff hanger about yoga. Who won? The republic or separatists? Did they find out the chancellor was the bad guy? What about the tumors in the clones heads? Did they find out those were separatists doing? What about Ashoka? WHY WOULD THEY LEAVE IT LIKE THIS???I looked at the pictures of the new Star Wars Rebels coming up, and the troopers armor look too shiny. The regular one on Star Wars the clone wars was much better. They also replaced all of the characters.

    One question…. Are we going to see Ashoka and anakin and obi one, etc……..on the new Star Wars coming up..!!?!?!?!?!?

  34. Jessica says:

    THEY NEED A ENDING!!!!!!!!! They just Canceled STAR WARS THE CLONE WARS!!!!
    Does Padme and anakin get back together, what about Ashoka , what about the tumors still left in the clones brains, what about revealing the chancellor was the bad guy? Which side won? What is the future of the jedi order? They have to have a good ending, after all, it called Star Wars the clone WARS. Don't tell me that are not going to have a good ending. Fans have been on the edge of their seat waiting for a good end or result, but have been crushed by it.

    They need Star Wars the clone wars BACK! Who would CANCEL STAR WARS THE CLONE WARS .
    just look at the pictures of the clones armor on the new Star Wars rebels. They are not supposed to look that way! They are too shiny and not really armor like, like on the clone wars. Star Wars rebels looks like a bust.BRING BACK THE CLONE WARS!!!

  35. william says:

    Rebels? It is a waste of good digital animation to start something new when the old Clone Wars
    was really working well. Disney or whom ever decided to pull the plug and create this Rebels
    show is going to loose a lot of credit.

  36. clatcher says:

    can nobody make out ashokas voice over that helmet its obivious she is that bounty hunter girl cause here voice sounds alot like that without the helmet you can make it out if you replay it a few times and get rid of that helmet voice effect im hoping im right and she is in the new episodes but i think they should have kept going with the clone wars cause everyone is wondering what happened to ashoka or at least i am

  37. clatcher says:

    ok so i was mistaken the bounty hunter girl is not ashoka but i am still hoping she is still somewhere in this rebel show that she will eventually show up somewhere cause by the end of the tv show she was the best character in the show i thought but i absolutly loved her being in that season so i just hope she shows in this new season

  38. Brenton Morrison says:

    Wow Cartoon Network and Disney are both stupid like continue the clone wars my god you can't just jump around I am definitely not watching rebels unless they finish the clone wars first I am so ticked off I want to know what happens with the Braun washing of clones and yoda's weird journey as well as what happens to asoka like fix this crap go back to the clone wars and finish it before you start stupid rebels my god your ratings will drop now if you don't finsh the clone wars

    • Ryan says:

      Yah I won’t watch until clone wars is finished so many characters that we don’t know what happens to them like come on! We want to know. And is it me or does the STs in rebels look like boble heads?

  39. Ryan says:

    Everyone’s waiting for Asoka and I’m over here waitin for echo to come back!

  40. GanstaYoda says:

    Gfto

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