Star Wars Andor could easily show even more live-action appearances by Ahsoka before their own Disney series is released – and here’s why

Ahsoka Tano should appear in the Disney series Star Wars Andor in 2022.The series takes place in 5 BBY and plays the famous rebel spy Cassian Andor It will focus on the early days of the Rebellion and show the return of K-2SO and Mon Mothma at a time when various rebel cells had not yet united and became the Rebel Alliance in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and the Original Star Wars Trilogy As shown in Star Wars Rebels, the former Jedi Ahsoka Tano was one of the earliest members of Bail Organa’s rebel cell and was instrumental in forming the later Rebel Alliance with her own Disney series Star Wars: Ahsoka, which is also in production Ahsoka could easily appear in the Andor series before her own

Cassian Andor has been a soldier since childhood during the Clone Wars; when he was six, he was part of the vicious Separatist Alliance and saw fighting by throwing rubble at Republic Clone Troopers. The full story of how Cassian joined the Rebellion is unknown , but according to Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide he was included in the group by Davits Draven, Cassian’s reprogramming and subsequent recruitment of K-2SO were depicted in Marvel’s Rogue One – Cassian & K-2SO comic, but otherwise most of the adventures are in the rebellion time of Cassian before the events of Rogue One is currently unknown.This is why there is a lot of potential for adventure and character development in Andor

Ahsoka Tano first appeared in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and has since grown to become a fan-favorite character on the Star Wars franchise Also a recurring character in Star Wars Rebels in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and her long-awaited live-action debut in The Mandalorian, Ahsoka worked with Bail Organa and Hera Syndulla as a mysterious rebel agent who served as “Fulcrum” is known after her true identity was revealed, Tano became a recurring character throughout the second season until Darth Vader presumably died on Malachor. In truth, she was “saved” by Ezra Bridger via the “World Between Worlds”

5 BBY, the Star Wars Andor timeframe, coincides with the first seven episodes of Star Wars Rebels. Ahsoka was very active in Bail Organa’s Rebel network at the time and appeared in the Star Wars Rebels episode “Out of.” Darkness “in a voice-only role as the fulcrum on” Ahsoka’s Fulcrum moniker is used by several rebel spies, including Imperial ISB agent Kallus (who fails in Rebels season 3 rebellion) and Cassian Andor himself After both Cassian and Ahsoka also used the code name Fulcrum and both are active in 5 BBY, the two can work together, with Ahsoka possibly training Cassian as a rebel spy

Cassian’s own past as a child soldier for the Separatist Alliance could also come into play.Although General Draven is believed to have recruited him, Ahsoka may also have participated in Cassian’s transition from Separatist to rebel, which could be a source of conflict between the two as Ahsoka was once a Jedi of the Republic was (and especially likes Clone Troopers), but Ahsoka is demonstrably willing to find common ground with Separatists, as seen in the Clone Wars episode “Heroes” on Both Sides, “where she meets the separatist Lux Bonteri befriended in addition to Ahsoka, who may be participating in Cassian’s recruitment and training as a Fulcrum agent in Star Wars Andor, she could also hire him to recruit other former separatists for the Rebel cause

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