‘Ashoka’ Must Watch Before The Series Releases

Almost all of “The Clone Wars” series will provide good details about Ahsoka’s character, morals and beliefs. But Season 7 contains more recent and essential details about his mindset about the Jedi belief system.

Episodes to watch: “Storm Over Ryloth” (Season 1, Episode 19), “Lightsaber Lost” (Season 2, Episode 11), “Heroes on Both Sides,” (Season 3, Episode 10), “Altar of Mortis” (Season 3, Episode 16) , “Padawan Lost” (Season 3, Episode 21), “The Rogue Jedi” (Season 5, Episode 20) and the “Siege of Mandalore” arc (Season 7, Episodes 9, 10, 11 and 12).

The short animated series “Tales of the Jedi” contains more details about Ahsoka’s life in the episodes “Life and Death” and “Resolution”.

The first 10 episodes of “Rebels” Season 2 featured Ahsoka, as did the second and fourth season finales.

Episodes to watch: “The Siege of Lothal” (Season 2, Episodes 1 and 2), “Twilight of the Apprentice” (Season 2, Episodes 21 and 22), “A World Between Worlds” (Season 4, Episode 13) and “Family Reunion — And Farewell” (Season 4, Episodes 15 and 16).

‘Revenge of the Sith,’ ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’

The “Revenge of the Sith” movie and the “Obi-Wan Kenobi” miniseries will help add more layers to “Ahsoka” as it shows Anakin Skywalker’s downfall and what he truly became as Darth Vader.

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