Star Wars Rebels: Season Premiere Plot Summary.

Star-Wars-Rebels-Season-2-Poster-720x1062While I regrettably wasn’t able to catch the premiere of  the next season of Star Wars Rebels at Celebration Anaheim, I can say that DorkSideOfTheForce.Com and TheForce.Net’s message boards managed to do that for me – and, to my gratitude, they have left an overview of the episode. As such, with their help, a clear picture of what the Season Premiere is going to be like can be painted.


Without getting into the spoilers, here’s what you should know about the episode and Season Two as a whole:

  • The premiere is a one-hour event titled “The Siege Of Lothal”. For those of you who are getting Lothal cabin-fever, I can say that (without giving anything away) the episode ends on a note that suggests we won’t be seeing the planet for a while after this.
  • The episode is one of the darkest stories that has been told so far.
  • Guest stars galore – Billy Dee Williams and James Earl Jones return to the show as Lando Calrissian and Darth Vader respectively, while Sam Witwer makes his debut on the show as Emperor Palpatine (after having played the character in the Legends game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed).
  • Kanan is ambivalent on if he wants to assist the organized group of Rebel Cells or if he wants to pursue his own missions with the Ghost crew. Hera, conversely, is firmly in favor Rebel Cells due to their rescue at the end of “Fire Across The Galaxy”. This is apparently an internal conflict that carries through for the season.
  • Ezra begins to establish himself more as a leader for the team, as opposed to a follower.
  • Ahsoka Tano is important to the story, but she is not thrust into the role of being the main character. The focus of the narrative is still on the crew of the Ghost.
  • A group of pilots called Phoenix Squadron (which flies B-wings and A-wings, among other ships) is introduced as a Rebel Cell. A character named Commander Sato leads these soldiers.
  • Darth Vader is very prominent in this episode, but the ending suggests that he will not be the primary threat that the Rebel Cells will have to deal with this season. He is much more threatening to the Ghost crew than Wilhuff Tarkin was – and by a significant margin. All of (or almost all of) the clips involving Darth Vader that were shown in the Season 2 Trailer are from this episode. In fact, most of the trailer features content from “The Siege Of Lothal”.
  • “The Siege Of Lothal” will air in the Summer, while the show itself will resume in the Autumn. No official dates were mentioned.
  • Season 2 will be 22 episodes long (“The Seige Of Lothal” will count as two episodes, based on how “Spark Of Rebellion” was counted as two episodes in Season 1). The information about when the show will go back on the air personally leads me to believe that Rebels will not have any extensive hiatuses once it starts back up again (in order to coincide with the release of The Force Awakens).



And from here on out, the SPOILERS for this episode are out in the open. Proceed with caution.

  • The episode begins with Phoenix Squadron (led by Commander Sato and Ahsoka Tano) and the Ghost crew stealing cargo from Imperials in space. Following the mission, Kanan and Hera disagree with their involvement with the Rebel Cells.
  • Maketh Tua contacts the Ghost crew with a plan to defect from the Empire (since Darth Vader apparently plans on forcing her to do things that she finds morally reprehensible against the people of Lothal). She mentions that the real reason that the Empire is on Lothal is not only due to a droid factory on the planet that needed to be utilized, but by the Emperor’s command for a reason we don’t learn about in the episode. Tua also notes that there are Rebel sympathizers in positions of power who can’t be touched by the Empire… Yet.
  • Ezra convinces the Ghost crew that they should follow this lead, and the team goes on a solo mission to rescue her independently of Ahsoka, Sato, and the others. They learn that Agent Kallus is escorting Tua to a ship to see Wilhuff Tarkin off-planet on Darth Vader’s orders. Kanan steals Stormtrooper armor in order to infiltrate the Empire’s Lothal base.
  • Just as the Ghost crew nearly contacts Tua on her ship, the ship explodes, revealing the presence of the Rebels in the base. Kallus sends his forces after the Ghost crew, who narrowly escape on a shuttle piloted by Chopper.
  • Somewhere along the way, the shuttle is shot down (but nobody dies, of course). The crew runs from the wreckage and holes up at Ezra’s hideout, quickly learning that the Empire is officially blaming Tua’s death on the Rebel Cells, and that the Empire is coming to destroy their makeshift base (as Gall Trayvis was able to find out where it was). They escape, but their base is destroyed.
  • The team then goes on to sneak into an Imperial depot to steal a transport and some shield generators. To their horror, they discover that Darth Vader is there.
  • The duel between Ezra and Kanan and Darth Vader goes about as well as you would expect. Darth Vader effortlessly outclasses the both of them, scarring Kanan’s arm with his lightsaber and coming dangerously close to decapitating Ezra with his own weapon. Ezra’s neck is saved by him and Kanan using the Force to push Darth Vader away.
  • Sabine comes to the rescue by knocking an AT-DP on Darth Vader, which he then lifts off of himself, relatively unharmed by the assault. The team escapes, but Sabine is injured by Darth Vader when he reflects a blaster bolt back at her as she covers their escape. She survives, but is shaken along with Ezra and Kanan.



  • After they escape, the Ghost crew learns that Kallus has ordered that Tarkintown (the refugee city from “Spark Of Rebellion”) to be burned to the ground for housing the Rebels early on in the series. After discovering of this action much too late to do anything about it, the crew decides that starting an insurrection on Lothal is a lost cause for the time being, and that they need to get off of the planet.
  • They then meet up with Lando Calrissian, who agrees to help them get off of the planet in exchange for the shield generators. He also leaves them with Imperial transponders that will confuse the Imperial blockade long enough to cover their escape.
  • The crew take the Ghost back to Phoenix Squadron due to the abject failure of the mission. Ahsoka boards the ship once they meet back up. Unbeknownst to them is that Darth Vader planted a tracking device on the ship that allows his TIE Advanced to personally chase them through hyperspace.
  • Darth Vader manages to inflict catastrophic damage to Phoenix Squadron on his own, calls support from some nearby Star Destroyers to finish the job. The Ghost crew attempt to cover for what’s left of Phoenix Squadron as Commander Sato plans a retreat.
  • Kanan, Ezra, and Ahsoka make a connection through the Force to impede Darth Vader, and to find out who he is. It is at this point that Ahsoka learns that he was once Anakin Skywalker, causing her to panic, to scream out “No!”, and break the Force connection, which causes her to lose consciousness for the remainder of the battle.
  • Darth Vader, conversely, learns who Ahsoka is, even saying “So, the apprentice lives!” in response to learning of her survival. (It should be noted that some have misheard the line as “Hello, Snips.” due to the applause that occurred in the audience when Ahsoka learned of the truth. This is not what he says, hilariously out-of-character though it would have been. He also does not say “My apprentice lives!” as some have reported for a reason that will be detailed below.) Darth Vader then makes it his mission to bring Ahsoka and the Ghost crew back alive for his own purposes.
  • The Imperial reinforcements then shift all of their focus onto disabling the Ghost, which allows the remnants of Phoenix Squadron to escape. The Ghost narrowly escapes by pulling a maneuver that sends Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced into a spin while also narrowly squeezing through the Star Destroyers. Instead of capturing the Ghost with the tractor beams, the ship captures Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced instead!
  • Because none of the Imperial ships were able to track the Hyperspace routes that the Rebel ships were using, the Ghost crew and the remnants of Phoenix Squadron live to fight another day. Ahsoka lies to Kanan and Ezra about Darth Vader’s true identity, claiming that she didn’t know who the pilot of the TIE Advanced was. Kanan still has doubts that he should assist the Rebel Cells, but everyone else overrides his opinion by pointing out how disastrous their solo mission went and how it endangered (and even killed) several of their allies.
  • The episode ends with Darth Vader talking to Emperor Palpatine about Ahsoka’s survival, mentioning her as “Anakin Skywalker’s apprentice” (alluding to his belief that ‘Anakin’ is dead). Darth Vader plans to take Ahsoka in and use her as leverage to hunt down other Jedi, including Obi-Wan (although he does not explicitly plan on killing her). Palpatine instructs Darth Vader to focus on other pressing matters with the Empire, but he authorizes the use of more Inquisitors to hunt down the Ghost crew and Ahsoka.



As much as I would have loved to have seen the episode for myself, hearing about the show from people who were lucky enough to watch it is certainly the next-best thing. I look forward to catching it this summer with the one-hour movie premiere, continuing this fall with all-new episodes on Disney XD.


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Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.

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Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.

54 thoughts on “Star Wars Rebels: Season Premiere Plot Summary.

  • April 21, 2015 at 10:55 am

    An excellent summary! Thank you very much.

    • April 21, 2015 at 11:08 am

      I’m glad that I could help out, but you should thank the sites reporting on this more. Those guys waited in line a pretty long time to get this information – way longer than I did, given that the show was at complete capacity by the time I tried getting there.

      • April 21, 2015 at 1:28 pm

        I saw there were a lot of people upset how this premiere was handled. Not expecting the attendance they had possibly?

        • April 21, 2015 at 8:53 pm

          That was probably the biggest problem with Celebration this year – there wasn’t enough seating to compensate for the crowds.

      • April 21, 2015 at 3:02 pm

        Not to mention the number of Bothans who died to bring this information to us as well…

  • April 21, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    When?! I have to see this!! One hour with Darth Vader and I have more than enough Rebels until TFA.

  • April 21, 2015 at 2:29 pm

    They better have a good reason for Vader not destroying Ezra and Kanan, having Vader loose like a b1tch will just loose any credibility for him and the show like it did with the last Inquisitor. Vader murdered all the padawans at the jedi temple with no second thoughts there is no reason to say why he wouldn’t do this to Kanan and Ezra unless they could be turned??

    • April 21, 2015 at 2:56 pm

      I’m pretty sure he could care less about Ezra and Kanan, as you say. They’re insignificant to Vadar. He wants Ahsoka. His preoccupation with her the reason he fails (just as Luke was the reason in OT). The Emperor is probably less than enthused that Ahsoka is alive (anything that can cause conflict with Vader, the emperor has systematically removed from the equation by proxy)and will preoccupy Vader with other missions, while trying to kill her in the process. Vader can’t let things go, he’s the ultimate stalker boy.

      • April 21, 2015 at 4:05 pm

        “They let us go easily”
        Sounds like Vader to use baiting tactics.
        Only please don’t make Ezra the chosen one, that would just be unpatriotic…
        I guess this isn’t Vader’s first rodeo, if my assumption is correct, then I suppose some of the force-users needed some “persuading” to become Inquisitors… Oh, hey Ezra.

        Ezra = Failed Inquisitor turned Bounty-Hunter turned cameo in Rogue One

        Kanan = Deadmeat / Force-Ghost

        Ahsoka = Deadmeat / Martyr / Force-Ghost / First Step in Vader’s 2nd walk towards betraying Sidious, you know, AFTER he already tried the SAME THING with the whole “Starkiller incident”

        • April 21, 2015 at 5:51 pm

          Neither Kanan nor Ashoka could possibly show up as force ghosts. Neither of them were aware of how to manifest their personas into force projections like Obi-Wan, Anakin, Yoda and Qui Gon.

        • April 21, 2015 at 6:18 pm

          The starkiller incident isn’t canon anymore.

          • April 21, 2015 at 6:51 pm

            And there is much rejoicing

    • April 21, 2015 at 2:58 pm

      I bet he wants to use them, like what he wants to use Ahsoka for.

    • April 21, 2015 at 5:51 pm

      It says above Kanan and Ezra used the Force together against him…for awhile aided by Ahsoka u til she passed out.

    • April 21, 2015 at 8:55 pm

      The descriptions I’ve seen indicate that the Rebels escape by the skin of their teeth and that Darth Vader is far and away the greatest threat they’ve ever faced, bar none. Their numbers and teamwork are the only things preventing them from getting killed.

  • April 21, 2015 at 2:36 pm

    Yeah, when is season two starting?

    • April 21, 2015 at 3:08 pm


  • April 21, 2015 at 3:27 pm

    Still say that Ezra, Kanan and Ashoka need to die to give the show credibility and also to tie up loose ends before ANH. Otherwise (from a continuity point of view) why were they not with the Rebels in ANH or ESB or ROTJ. Pretty sure all three would have been top ranking Rebel officers by then and would have been helping the attack on the Death Star ect ect. That or they were hiding on Alderann which is a pretty lame excuse.

    • April 21, 2015 at 4:21 pm

      Not just ANH but Empire as well. Yoda said, “Long have I watched this one. Never his mind on where he was or what he was doing.” That clearly reveals that Yoda had an almost omnipresence about him to see and know things far away. This is the same Yoda that said Leia was the only other hope beside Luke.

      This should be the last season for this show now that Vader is involved and it needs to end with Ezra, Kannin and Asoka dead.

      It sucks but that is the box they willingly put put themselves in when they chose to make shows pre ANH instead of post Jedi like they should have when their new precious character’s timely demise wasn’t already determined.

      Instead of cool shows those post Jedi, they give us novels and comics. Feh!

      • April 21, 2015 at 6:38 pm

        There is no way that the show is going to end with Kannan, Ezra, and Ahsoka having been murdered by Vader. Some or all of them, if they don’t survive the show, will probably meet their ends by heroically sacrificing themselves for the Rebellion in some way.

        Also, there are a thousand reasonable ways that those three characters could live on and not have their lives intersect with the events of the original trilogy. You guys assume that the perspective of events that we see in the films is the central focus of everyone in the galaxy. But, really, it’s only the focus of the Skywalker family drama.

        Ever consider that the Rebellion was a fractured and disorganized effort that could only gather for large offensives a la Endor seldomly? Ever consider that Yoda thought the Skywalkers ‘their only hope’ not because Luke and Leia were the last ones alive with potential, but because they were the only ones he might be able to coerce/manipulate into actually confronting Vader and the Emperor?

        There is a lot of background to the original trilogy that’s mostly just presumed. It’ll be great with Rebels and the new sequels/anthologies so see a lot of those presumptions cast away.

        • April 21, 2015 at 6:45 pm

          I didn’t say that is what will happen; just that is what SHOULD happen.

          • April 21, 2015 at 6:50 pm

            And I was just telling you that that the ‘box’ the show is in isn’t necessarily the box that it seems.

          • April 22, 2015 at 4:58 am

            And I was ignoring that because I don’t agree with it.

          • April 22, 2015 at 2:10 pm

            I mean, you could not agree that 2 plus 2 doesn’t equal five, as well.

          • April 22, 2015 at 9:15 pm

            That’s exactly what your theory equates to.

            The movies were crystal clear on the matter and the millions and millions who have watched these movies for decades all understood it as such. Now we have these new and very likable characters that have been wedged into the background and now people have become attached to them and understandably want to find any possible way to change the established story to make room for them because they like the characters more then the original movie canon. I have little doubt that Lucasfilm will give in to this sentimentality and will take full advantage of the precedent to contradict everything Obi-Wan told Luke.

          • April 23, 2015 at 12:08 am

            Really, no. The movies were ‘crystal clear’ on virtually nothing that didn’t impact that immediate action of the three main characters. Just because millions of fans, and the EU generally, ran with with certain assumptions about gaps in the lore that the original films never really addressed, doesn’t make it canon.

            There is plenty of room to fit the cast of Rebels concurrently with the original films if they make it that far.

          • April 21, 2015 at 8:46 pm

            Well, send in your script and we’ll see what happens. XD

      • April 21, 2015 at 8:55 pm

        Yoda never said that Leia is the other only hope. Now shut up and dance!

        • April 21, 2015 at 11:25 pm

          Shut up an dance?

          “Don’t you dare look back, just keep your eyes on me. I said you’re holding back, she said shut up an dance with me..”

          Sorry… It’s a song…

        • April 22, 2015 at 5:53 am

          Yoda said there is another. Obi-Wan said in ROTJ the other he spoke of was Luke’s twin sister (Leia). How long has been since you watched these movies?

    • April 21, 2015 at 5:53 pm

      Couldn’t agree with you more.

    • April 21, 2015 at 6:24 pm

      I think both Kanan and Ashoka will sacrifice themselves in grand fashion and Ezra will most likely survive but will leave the force behind for a time so Yoda’s saying to Luke of him being the last Jedi will still hold true. That said, Ashoka MUST die by the hands of Darth Vader. It will add just enough tragedy and heroism (both she and Kanan will go out well I think.) They did write themselves into a corner with this though. I just don’t know how they think they can get away with it. I don’t want a bunch of jedi floating around during the rebellion and they not get involved. The only “other” is an untrained by The Empire Strikes Back. That’s that.

      • April 21, 2015 at 8:21 pm

        Agreed, only Jedi left in ANH is Obi-Wan and Yoda. Just hope they don’t bottle out of what HAS to happen, could be brave for what is essentially a show aimed at kids but canon is canon. Disney started down this path and for ever will it be their destiny!

    • April 21, 2015 at 8:03 pm

      @ ANON 15:27
      ‘…That or they were hiding on Alderann which is a pretty lame excuse…’

      ^^^ I’ve also considered this scenario to be a direction that the show could go to conveniently tie the saga together. Let’s face it: Disney is NOT going to allow the show’s child-mascot (Ezra) to be killed (-at least, not on-screen, and I don’t believe they’ll allow him to die off-screen either.) It just goes against what Disney does within it’s child content offerings.

      Now, think about how easily and dismissively Tarkin destroyed Alderraan in ANH. I imagine that Bail/Alderraan have been on Sid’s shit-list every since TPM and certainly during ROTS due to Bail’s adversarial viewpoints and senatorial influence. The fact that Bail is directly associated with Ahsoka, and she is now directly involved with the Ghost Crew makes for a perfect set-up for their off-screen deaths while being in a false-sense of secure exile on Alderraan leading into ANH. I’m not saying this scenario WILL happen but it’s far from being implausible, since, we’re dealing with Disney here.

      • April 21, 2015 at 8:30 pm

        Agree, as I said it’s a lame and easy way out and I think they have made a mistake getting Vader involved now coz for me that’s game over for them. I’m not sure how highly skilled a Jedi Kanan is in the grand scheme of things (he did make the Inquisitor look a bit of a mug to be fair!!) but I’m sure any duel Vader in his evil prime has with them would be over pretty quick. Will be interesting to see how they deal with it and will give us an idea of how this show (and others in the future) will pan out.

        • April 25, 2015 at 7:10 pm

          Uhh… tecnically Kanaan was still a padawan when order 66 came up…

  • April 21, 2015 at 3:38 pm

    Vader is the bunker buster and now the crew will be scattered, hunted by more than one Inquisitor… Far away from Lothal. Good for the show. Love the way Vader looks, Ralph’s concepts still shine 40 years later.

  • April 21, 2015 at 4:29 pm

    What is season 2 premier date? Let me guess… Will Amazon tv charge 20 bucks for the first episode ?

  • April 21, 2015 at 5:27 pm

    This little kid’s show sounds like it’s about to get ah-ha-ha-swesome.

  • April 21, 2015 at 6:39 pm

    Cool. I think it’s gonna premiere in August since it said summer and regular showing in October. So now that Vader and Ashoka now they’re both alive its gonna be interesting to see them duel. I still think that’s Ashokas hand in the TFA trailer. She could still live.

  • April 21, 2015 at 6:57 pm

    Unrelated Question:

    Why is Sabine trying to look like Ezra?
    She got orange shirt and blue hair, WTH? I thought she was supposed to be creative, not a copy-cat, is this just her creative way of hitting on a guy? this puzzles me

    also why is Darth Vader’s face so angry-looking? like first off, it’s not even a face, so it isn’t like a frown can come out of nowhere, he actually had to commission the construction of a new, more pissed-off-looking helmet to be built before going to confront the rebels, just to demonstrate how pissed he is at them?

    • April 25, 2015 at 7:06 pm

      Nah, it’s just an artistic freedom drawers had. They said it in an interview… “We didn’t change anything exept some details of the helmet…”

  • April 21, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    When Rebels started,Simon Kinberg said whole galaxy is so large that Death Star attack is only one of the many battles. So it will be fine if the crew of Ghost participated in the war of the other side of galaxy, which explains they dont appear in the movie stories.

  • April 21, 2015 at 8:59 pm

    Kanan might die at the end of Rebels. Ahsoka won’t, but maybe she loses an arm against Vader. Darth Filoni already gave her plastic surgery for no apparent reason, so anything can happen.

    • April 21, 2015 at 9:06 pm

      She looks different for 2 specific reasons. 1) It’s a different show in a different animation style(remember when Obi-wan appeared as a hologram in the beginning of Rebels? He looked different that Clone Wars Kenobi) 2) she’s also older now.

      • April 22, 2015 at 7:56 am

        Maybe Ahsoka’s race ages differently than Humans do, resulting in face-structure changes that would be more drastically different than a human would have between 19 – 30 years old, she is an alien after all, so it’s kind of a one-in-a-million that she resembles a human at ANY age, let alone looking “the same” after 20 years.

  • April 21, 2015 at 9:02 pm

    This sounds like a fun episode.
    Some of you are way too obsessed with which Rebels characters should show up in Rogue One, and with the chronology. So because we didn’t know these characters in ANH they can’t possibly survive the events of Rebels, just enjoy the stories. Also, my money is on NO character who originated in animated series crossing over to live action movies

  • April 21, 2015 at 10:36 pm

    You guys are talking as if Yoda could never be wrong. He was wrong before, from the very beginning. The whole Jedi Council was wrong. They never saw any of it coming, they thought it to be impossible, simply because they were mostly stubborn in their own, ancient ways.

    I know some of you are old school, and like to hold Yoda on a pedestal, but for God sakes, he was just as responsible for the fall of the Republic as anyone else was.

    As far as I’m concerned none of the Rebels characters need to die. Both trilogies only showed the events from the “Skywalker” perspective. In a galaxy of bilions I’m pretty sure there could be written an infinite amount of stories…

    • April 22, 2015 at 8:10 am

      And people wonder why I dislike what Lucas did with the Prequels Story.
      Honestly I was a bit let-down with just HOW clueless the Jedi were about their downfall.
      Yoda’s behavior, with the whole “pretend to be powerful to insure people still put stock in us” is well, realistic in terms of world-politics, but it strays from Yoda’s base values as shown in Ep V.
      One of the big things about Yoda for me was that he struck as very wise, as if he HAD BEEN very wise for a long time. Turns out only 20 years ago he was a manipulative fool. ? why?
      Would it have killed Lucas to make Yoda… actually as wise as he’s made out to be?

      Look, I know the Jedi had to die somehow, but making EVERY. SINGLE. JEDI a sheep to the slaughter was not the best way to go IMO.

      I always perceived Yoda as a Winston Churchill sort of figure: Wiser to the dangers of the world, hated for his “negativity”, surviving the aftermath of his peers being wrong, rising as the new leader, doing an awesome job kicking evil’s ass.
      Yoda training Luke is equivalent to Churchill finally being allowed to set-up Anti-Air mechanisms and starting preparation for WWII, late in the game.

      Instead, Yoda in the PT behaved like Neville Chamberlain [Churchill’s predecessor and Nemesis], who basically spent the entire trilogy dodging the Senate that he really ought to have figured out was run by Sidious.
      Yoda Ep II would be the type to tell Yoda Ep V to STFU.

      I think having Yoda Churchill in PT would have been awesome [and more interesting]

      • April 25, 2015 at 6:59 pm

        I’m trying to understand: you are talking about the 15 seconds scene where he and Mace get to know about the clone army, and says that they should not say that their powers are weaker?
        That sounds to me a generalisation. E.g. in the phantom menace he says his wise sentence “Fear leads to anger ecc..” sentence, Either ways, the clone wars exists to explain such matters. We see there, in the last episodes of season six, becoming the episode V like jedi.

    • April 25, 2015 at 7:03 pm

      Noticed the “Darth” name, and smiled to the sith trying to bring people to the dark side.
      Yoda was not wrong. He was sure of everything. You can see that well in the last episodes of the clone wars.
      He didn’t see it coming clearly. But I’m pretty sure he knew that sooner or later the Jedi had to change, or die.
      I don’t like your sentence “Jedi sticking to old ways” taken negative. That was not at all the reason of their fall. As Yoda himself told in episode II, they were getting arrogant. If they truly followed the ‘old ways’ they wouldn’t get arrogant.

  • April 22, 2015 at 4:05 am

    Here’s what I think. Kanan will die at the the hands of the Empire, and Ezra will be frozen in carbonite, only to be thawed out in TFA. What do you think?

    • April 24, 2015 at 10:34 am

      Don’t expect any Rebels characters to show up in TFA. You’ll only be disappointed, because that isn’t going to happen. :/

  • April 25, 2015 at 6:54 pm

    So… footage from trailer relates almost entirely to this. except for clones, the B-wing, Hondo and the inquisitor shots. Oh. well. still something

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