The Ahsoka series kicked off in grand fashion this week thanks to an undeniably solid two-part premiere, which both helped old and new fans reconnect with some iconic Star Wars characters and lore while also feeling a bit more grand than other Star Wars TV show.
In the latest installment of the series, not only did it continue to captivate audiences with its gripping storyline and rich character development, but it also introduced some fascinating new narratives that left fans on the edge of their seats. One such narrative was the Path to Peridea, a mysterious and enigmatic tale recounted by Baylan Skoll.
But that’s not all! The expansion of the storyline also led us to the discovery of breathtaking new planets in the vast universe of the series. Arcana, a planet shrouded in mystery and ancient legends, unveiled its secrets as our hero ventured into uncharted territories.
Let’s not forget about Seatos, a planet with deep ties to an ancient race of space witches!
But perhaps one of the most surprising twists in the latest installment was the revelation that the Nightsisters, a group of powerful and elusive witches, were connected to an ancient far-off hidden galaxy. Unveiling this connection opened up a whole new realm of possibilities and expanded the scope of the series even further. It delved into the rich mythology and history of these enigmatic characters, shedding light on their origins and their role in the larger narrative.
All in all, the latest installment of the series was a breathtaking journey filled with thrilling adventures and captivating new storylines. It left fans eagerly anticipating what the future holds for their beloved characters and eagerly awaiting the next chapter in this epic saga.
Due to having only a single arm, I have combined our usual video coverage into one long full breakdown, which you can check out below. Hopefully you dig the unscripted take.
Nick and I will talk more about the Ahsoka on next week’s episode of the SWTS, so don’t forget to tune into the Star Wars Time Show on a weekly basis via our podcast platforms or via YouTube if you prefer the livestream angle.