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As so many had rightly guessed, Fulcrum turned out to be fan-favourite Clone Wars character Ahsoka Tano, who was once an apprentice to Anakin Skywalker before he turned to the dark side and became Darth Vader. When last we saw her she had left the Jedi order and gone into exile, but last night she made her return, once again voiced by Ashley Eckstein. Though Ahsoka will play a "significant role" in the series moving forward, don't expect her to pop up every week. Like Vader, the character will be used sparingly to maintain some mystery and excitement for the episodes on which they are featured. More at the link below. »
Star Wars Rebels hasn't skimped on bringing in classic and fan-favorte characters into the show, and new reports have come in that the second season premiere will feature Three returning characters. Come inside to find out who!
One of the things I've enjoyed most about Star Wars Rebels, is just how deftly they've handled cameos for other Star Wars characters. Where they could easliy feel forced into the show to make fans excited, the showrunners have done an excellent job in making everything flow naturally and apart of the overall story. It's nicely done, so it's always great to hear about More classic characters returning. We already know that Lando will be back for more, but our friends at MakingStarWars broke the news that 3 classic characters will pop up in the show's second season premiere.
I overheard exactly who was in the opening of Star Wars Rebels Season II by someone from Lucasfilm. »
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2 items from 2015
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