First of all, I’m not asking anyone to go back and watch multiple seasons of “Star Wars Rebels” just to be able to understand what’s going on in “Ahsoka.” It would make a world of difference, however, to just give the last few episodes a quick watch on Disney+ either before or after watching “Fallen Jedi.” It may feel like homework, but it will make the last few moments of this week’s episode make a lot more sense. The concept of the world between worlds was introduced into canon in those crucial episodes, where Ezra discovers an ancient portal of pathways between different moments through time and space. 

At the end of “Fallen Jedi,” it appears at first that Ahsoka has entered that realm as well. She finds herself on an ethereal plane filled with multiple bridges that looks a lot like the same location that Ezra uncovers at the Jedi Temple in Lothal in “Star Wars Rebels.” Up until now, that exact point is the only known place where the world between worlds can be accessed. This is more than likely where she’s ended up, but one should never be overly confident with “Star Wars” fan theories.

Perhaps Ahsoka is in an entirely different place altogether. The Netherworld of the Force was first introduced at the very end of “Revenge of the Sith” where Yoda informs Obi-Wan that it’s still possible to commune with his Master Qui-Gon Jinn after his death at the hands of Darth Maul. Presumably, Ahsoka’s relatively brief journey into the Netherworld could provide her with a little wisdom that only the afterlife can provide. If not, Ahsoka still has the chance to hang out with her old Master: Anakin Skywalker.

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