No character in the Star Wars universe has been on a multi-series journey quite like Ahsoka Tano. Since his debut in 2008, we’ve seen the complex character evolve from an ambitious Padawan in Star Wars: The Clone Wars to a fearless freedom fighter in Star Wars Rebels and a wise, lone wolf in The Mandalorian and “The Book of Boba Fett Is” developed. This latest iteration continues in the latest chapter of the Mandovers saga, Ahsoka, in which Ahsoka embarks on a desperate search for the dangerous Grand Admiral Thrawn and the missing Ezra Bridger. Now you can stream online Ahsoka TV series in full HD 1080p quality on Myflixer.ru movie site. Here you don’t require registration to watch latest movies and TV series.
If you’re a more casual Star Wars fan and none of these names and series sound familiar, you’re probably a little confused by some of the details of the series. This begs the question: can I watch Ahsoka without watching any of the other Star Wars series? The short answer is yes, the series can be enjoyed very easily without having any prior knowledge of other Star Wars series. That being said, Ahsoka uses far more source material from other Star Wars series than any other Star Wars live-action project. Generally, it is not necessary to watch the main episodes of Ahsoka’s story before her standalone series, but it is recommended. Those looking for clues on what to know before watching Ahsoka should check out the spoiler-free content below.
Ahsoka’s Story Within ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’
The first time we see the fan-favorite Jedi in animated form is when Ahsoka Tano makes her film debut in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Ahsoka is a Padawan apprentice assigned as Anakin Skywalker’s apprentice, which is unusual since Anakin is not a Jedi Master. Anakin is reluctant to take care of a naïve student, but Ahsoka proves to be a capable fighter and a kind-hearted student. Ahsoka also begins to form closer relationships with Anakin’s mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi and the clone Captain Rex.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, Ahsoka and Anakin’s bond continues to grow. During more than a few dangerous adventures, Ahsoka grows wiser and displays composure, two key qualities that are essential for any Jedi Knight. However, Ahsoka’s career as a Jedi was cut short when she was charged with murder and brought to justice by her comrades. It turns out that the real killer is Barris Offee, a former ally of Ahsoka – a padawan who had fallen to the dark side. Anakin manages to clear his Padawan’s name, but the experience is so uncomfortable for Ahsoka that she decides it’s time for her to leave the Jedi Order behind.
Despite leaving the Order, Ahsoka couldn’t help but fight the good fight. Eventually, she comes into contact with the Mandalorian leader Bo-Katan Kriz, who asks her for help when the disgraced Sith Lord Darth Maul returns to conquer Mandalore. This led to Ahsoka temporarily returning to the Republic, leading a force of clones alongside Captain Rex. She manages to capture Maul, but this is when the events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith take place. Against their will, Rex and the other clones attempt to kill Ahsoka due to Order 66. Ahsoka is able to help Rex regain consciousness by removing his inhibitor chip, but the other clones aren’t so lucky. With the rise of the Galactic Empire, Ahsoka is once again expelled from the Jedi. Star Wars: The Clone Wars also introduces Huyang – an ancient droid who spent many centuries teaching young Jedi apprentices how to make lightsabers. We see him as Ahsoka’s droid companion in her latest standalone series.
Ahsoka made her live-action debut in Season 2 of The Mandalorian, and while Sabine is nowhere to be found at this time, she is still searching for the missing Grand Admiral Thrawn. With the help of Din Jarin, Ahsoka gets some answers from the evil judge Morgan Elsbeth. Elsbeth returns to Ahsoka and it is clear that she will once again be a fierce adversary in Ahsoka’s search for a deadly foe and a long-lost friend.