Le dernier trailer de la série Ahsoka est une grande réunion rebelle.


**After the exciting release of the new trailer for Ahsoka, fans were given a glimpse into the thrilling storyline that awaits them. The trailer introduces Baylan Skoll, a character played by the late Ray Stevenson, who is not a Jedi but plays a significant role in the series. In the trailer, Baylan sends his apprentice Shin Hati, portrayed by Ivanna Sakhno, to pursue Ahsoka, who happens to be the titular Togruta. Meanwhile, Grand Admiral Thrawn, portrayed by Lars Mikkelsen, is plotting to return to power, making the situation even more intense. As Ahsoka faces this challenging scenario, she relies on her allies, including Hera Syndulla, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Sabine Wren, portrayed by Natasha Liu Bordizzo, to prevent the Empire’s influence from spreading and maintain peace.**


**While fans anticipated deeper exploration into Ahsoka’s character in the upcoming series, the trailer pleasantly surprises by suggesting that Sabine, who appeared in Star Wars Rebels, spent time training under Ahsoka. This revelation adds an interesting layer to their relationship and the potential dynamics we can expect to see unfold. The trailer also provides a quick glimpse of Ezra Bridger, played by Eman Esfandi, and mentions Anakin Skywalker, which further intensifies the anticipation, especially considering that Hayden Christensen is set to reprise his role as the character.**


**Fans don’t have to wait much longer to dive into the highly anticipated Ahsoka series, as the first two episodes are set to debut on Disney Plus on August 23rd. Prepare for an exhilarating journey filled with twists, confrontations, and the unseen exploits of Ahsoka.**


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