- Marketing for Ahsoka is ramping up, and a new teaser confirms that Ahsoka and Sabine will reunite in the series to face a new threat in the galaxy.
- Ahsoka will complete Sabine’s training and help her tap into her own latent Force abilities to combat the rising darkness.
- The upcoming Ahsoka show will feature powerful opponents, including Baylan Skoll and his apprentice, who wield the dark side of the Force. Sabine will need more than just her lightsaber inherited from Ezra Bridger to confront them.
Marketing for Ahsoka is in full swing, and a new teaser confirms the reason why Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) and Sabine Wren (Natasha Liu Bordizzo) will reunite in the upcoming Star Wars series. Taking place in the years following the original trilogy, Ahsoka has become aware of a new threat set to plague the galaxy. As such, it looks as though she will have to join forces with Sabine, her apprentice whom Tano apparently walked away from.
As revealed in the full trailers for the upcoming Ahsoka show, Sabine became Tano’s Padawan in the aftermath of the animated Star Wars Rebels series. That said, she ultimately walked away from Sabine’s training not unlike when she walked away from her own master Anakin Skywalker before the end of the Clone Wars. However, Star Wars has recently released a new teaser on Twitter, confirming the reason why Ahsoka and Sabine will soon reunite:
After Ahsoka confirms that the rising threat (Grand Admiral Thrawn) will require both a master and an apprentice to be defeated, General Hera Syndulla (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) asks Tano “What makes one ready?” As such, it seems Ahsoka will reunite with Sabine to complete her training, getting her ready to help save the galaxy from Thrawn and his allies.
Will Sabine Actually Wield The Force In The Ahsoka Disney+ TV Show?
It’s already been confirmed that Ahsoka and Sabine will soon face off against Baylan Skoll and his own apprentice Shin Hati. Having known Anakin Skywalker, it’s been teased that Baylan Skoll (Ray Stevenson) was once a Jedi who survived the events of Order 66. Both Baylan and Shin wield crimson-orange bladed lightsabers while wielding the dark side of the Force, seeking a power Thrawn can apparently provide once found. Likewise, Thrawn’s agent Morgan Elsbeth (Diana Lee Inosanto) has also recruited Marrok, a mysterious former Imperial Inquisitor turned mercenary.
In the face of all that power, it does seem as though Sabine will need more than just the lightsaber she inherited from Jedi Ezra Bridger in Star Wars Rebels. Likewise, she’s already learned lightsaber combat during the animated series, so it stands to reason that Ahsoka will complete Wren’s training by helping Sabine tap into latent Force abilities of her own. At any rate, it seems Ahsoka and Sabine will soon reunite due to circumstances in Ahsoka, needing to be unified as master and apprentice to successfully face the darkness that’s coming from the Star Wars galaxy.
Source: Star Wars/Twitter