General Skywalker is injured while rescuing fellow Jedi General Aayla Secura from Super Battle Droids equipped with rocket packs. Ahsoka Tano crash-lands their shuttle on the neutral planet of Maridun, where the native Lurmen villagers refuse to takes sides in the war. They are however willing to send a healer to help Anakin. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
Did You Know?
The Lurmen villagers are based on unused 'lemur people' design concepts who were originally to inhabit the planet Mygeeto in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
(2005). Their way of moving by rolling over the ground is based on the way the Amanin transport themselves in the Dark Horse Star Wars comic book story arc 'To the Last Man' (Star Wars Empire # 16-18) See more
I get so confused sometimes. It's forbidden for Jedi to form attachment, yet we're supposed to be compassionate.
It is nothing to be ashamed of, Ahsoka. I went through the same process when I was your age with my own Master.
He was like a father to me. I realized that for the greater good, I had to let him go. Don't lose a thousand lives just to save one.
Maybe. But that doesn't mean that I can't try to save his life.