This week on Ahsoka, the chase continues. In Episode 4, “Fallen Jedi,” Ahsoka and Sabine have crash landed on Seatos and are now on a quest to prevent the bad guys from getting to Thrawn at any cost–by either stealing the star map or by destroying it and preventing anyone from ever using it. Though it could be that not everyone is completely committed to that plan.
Warning: The rest of this article is 100% spoilers for the fourth episode of Ahsoka, “Fallen Jedi.”
This episode revolves around a ticking clock. The bad guys are downloading a hyperspace route from the magic witch orb, which apparently takes a while, and Ahsoka and Sabine have to interrupt the download before it finishes.
At first, they wait for the droid Huyang to repair the ship while they consider their options. But Baylan Skoll has sent some of those HK droids and other goons after them, and the repairs are interrupted by a fight scene. The attack sets back the repairs, so Ahsoka and Sabine set out on foot.
But they’re met by Shin Hati and the mysterious Marrock on the way, and another fight ensues–Ahsoka vs. Marrok, which Ahsoka wins quickly, and Sabine vs. Shin, which lasts longer and ends in a draw because Sabine is now an expert swordswoman. She still can’t use the Force with any power, but she may have managed to telekinetically push Shin in the shoulder.
While Sabine is stuck battling Shin, Ahsoka confronts Baylan, who mentions knowing Anakin. Baylan does a whole philosophical debate with Ahsoka, basically, and then they fight. Ahsoka manages to remove the orb from the downloader, but Baylan has her pinned when Shin and Sabine finally show up. Ahsoka uses the Force to send Shin flying out of the scene, and Baylan responds by knocking Ahsoka off the edge of a cliff.
That leaves Sabine, who is now holding the orb, alone with Baylan, who has a whole villain speech ready for her. He convinces her that the only chance she has at seeing Ezra again is to hand over the orb and come with them–and he promises to be honorable in dealing with her. So Baylan, Shin, and Sabine head to the big hyperspace ring in the sky and fly away.
But Hera Syndulla shows up at the last minute, going rogue to try to help. Unfortunately, she only just gets there in time to see the Eye of Sion jump to hyperspace.
And then Ahsoka wakes up. But she’s no longer on Seatos or anywhere in the physical universe. She’s in the World Between Worlds, where she meets a digitally de-aged Anakin Skywalker. He doesn’t look great, but it’s better than the CGI Luke that was last seen on The Book of Boba Fett.
And that cliffhanger is where things wrapped up this week. Let’s look at the Easter eggs and, by extension, what some of this wild stuff might mean. And while you’re here, don’t forget to check out our previous Easter egg guides to Ahsoka.
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