Initially, I am not asking anybody to return and watch a number of seasons of “Star Wars Rebels” simply to have the ability to perceive what is going on on in “Ahsoka.” It will make a world of distinction, nonetheless, to only give the previous couple of episodes a fast watch on Disney+ both earlier than or after watching “Fallen Jedi.” It could really feel like homework, however it’s going to make the previous couple of moments of this week’s episode make much more sense. The idea of the world between worlds was launched into canon in these essential episodes, the place Ezra discovers an historical portal of pathways between totally different moments by way of time and house.
On the finish of “Fallen Jedi,” it seems at first that Ahsoka has entered that realm as effectively. She finds herself on an ethereal airplane crammed with a number of bridges that appears loads like the identical location that Ezra uncovers on the Jedi Temple in Lothal in “Star Wars Rebels.” Up till now, that precise level is the one identified place the place the world between worlds might be accessed. That is greater than doubtless the place she’s ended up, however one ought to by no means be overly assured with “Star Wars” fan theories.
Maybe Ahsoka is in a completely totally different place altogether. The Netherworld of the Power was first launched on the very finish of “Revenge of the Sith” the place Yoda informs Obi-Wan that it is nonetheless doable to commune along with his Grasp Qui-Gon Jinn after his demise by the hands of Darth Maul. Presumably, Ahsoka’s comparatively temporary journey into the Netherworld may present her with slightly knowledge that solely the afterlife can present. If not, Ahsoka nonetheless has the possibility to hang around together with her outdated Grasp: Anakin Skywalker.