38 Facts About Ahsoka Tano


Ahsoka Tano is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise.


Ahsoka Tano is voiced by Ashley Eckstein, who narrated the audiobook version of the novel Ahsoka, following the character's exploits in-between the events of The Clone Wars and Rebels under the alias Ashla, which was ultimately adapted as "Resolve", the first season finale of Tales of the Jedi.


In 2020, Ahsoka Tano made her first live-action debut in the second season of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, portrayed by Rosario Dawson.


Ahsoka Tano imagined the discovery that she has "the right stuff" to become a Jedi would be a cause for celebration in her hometown.


Ahsoka Tano began thinking about the final confrontation between Ahsoka and Vader ever since he started writing material for Ahsoka; different iterations had different endings, including one in which Vader kills Ahsoka just as she slashes open his helmet to reveal his scarred face.


Lucas believed Ahsoka Tano survived Order 66, the mass murder of the Jedi portrayed in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.


Filoni, who served as executive producer and co-creator of Rebels, worked with Lucas on identifying what Ahsoka Tano would know about Anakin's fate.

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Ahsoka Tano initially envisioned Ahsoka as a more "passive player" not engaged in combat, but later decided it was more appropriate to see Ahsoka as a warrior during a turbulent time.


Ahsoka Tano's presence was necessary to allow Darth Vader to encounter the show's lead characters without the latter being destroyed; Ahsoka Tano can stand toe-to-toe with Vader.


Eckstein said the Ahsoka Tano character was solidified by the casting of Matt Lanter as Anakin, which occurred halfway through the first season.


Ahsoka Tano learned about Ahsoka's return about a year before the first season's finale aired and said it was hard to keep it a secret.


Eckstein pitched her voice down a bit but, because she and Ahsoka Tano were now much closer in age, generally spoke like herself.


Filoni avoids giving the actors plot details that might inappropriately affect their performance; for example, he did not tell Eckstein whether Ahsoka Tano survives her duel with Darth Vader lest Eckstein telegraphs something in her performance that the character would not know.


Ahsoka Tano's design evolved over three years before her introduction in the Clone Wars film.


Ahsoka Tano's appearance was inspired by San in Princess Mononoke.


Ahsoka Tano's costume was changed to a more grayish-blue color, similar to her appearance Star Wars Rebels, which aired before the season.


Ahsoka Tano often uses a reverse lightsaber grip, similar to that of the Japanese film character Zatoichi.


Ahsoka Tano was introduced in the 2008 Clone Wars animated film as a 14-year-old Padawan apprentice, assigned by Yoda to Anakin Skywalker to teach him responsibility.


Ahsoka Tano makes a vocal cameo in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker as one of the past Jedi who help Rey fight the resurrected Darth Sidious.


Ahsoka Tano is the main character in six of the seven seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.


Ahsoka Tano is a padawan-commander of the 501st Legion in the Grand Army of the Republic and continues to learn the ways of the Jedi as Anakin's apprentice.


Ahsoka Tano finds mentorship from Captain Rex, a clone trooper with whom she and Anakin serve throughout the war.


Ahsoka Tano is the focus of two of the three-story arcs featured in the season.


Ahsoka Tano is a secretive Rebel agent in the first season of Star Wars Rebels, which takes place 14 years after The Clone Wars concludes.


Ahsoka Tano becomes a recurring character in the second season, continuing to help lead a group of Rebel forces and working with the Ghost's crew, especially with its Jedi members Ezra Bridger and Kanan Jarrus.

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Filoni said Ahsoka Tano's fate is ambiguous and "a bit open-ended" though Eckstein believed the character to still be alive.


Ahsoka Tano is updated on what occurred to the Ghost crew while convincing Ezra to not prevent Kanan's fate as he would risk losing his own life.


Ahsoka Tano helps Ezra escape while returning to her timeline moments after the Sith temple collapsed, vowing to find Ezra and the crew again.


Ahsoka Tano makes a return appearance in the epilogue of the series finale "Family Reunion and Farewell", returning to Lothal following the events of the Battle of Endor to join Sabine Wren in her quest to find Ezra, who disappeared during Lothal's liberation.


Ahsoka Tano appears in three episodes of the animated miniseries Tales of the Jedi: one depicting her birth and life as a toddler, one showing her as a Padawan under Anakin Skywalker, and one adapting the events of the 2016 novel Ahsoka Tano, depicting her life after the events of Order 66 and before Star Wars Rebels.


Ahsoka Tano made an appearance in "Chapter 13: The Jedi", the fifth episode of the second season.


In December 2020, Lucasfilm announced Ahsoka Tano would be getting her limited series on Disney+, titled Ahsoka Tano.


Ahsoka Tano advises the Mandalorian against seeing Grogu, as it would hinder his training due to the Jedi's strict rules against personal attachments.


Ahsoka Tano tells Luke that trait is reminiscent of his father during her apprenticeship with him, and advises him to follow his instincts on the matter before leaving the planet.


Filoni said he does not want Ahsoka Tano thought of as an animated character, but rather as a Star Wars character who can exist "in all forms of media".


Ahsoka Tano appears in the Star Wars Forces of Destiny animated web series, in the Touching Darkness episode of the Star Wars: Tales From The Far, Far, Away fan comic, and as a collectible, playable character in the Disney Infinity 3.0 video game.


Ahsoka Tano's youth aided her in being a point-of-view character for younger viewers.


Blastr commented that Anakin's interactions with Ahsoka Tano help show that he is a powerful Jedi and war hero.