In the most recent episode of the Star Wars: Ahsoka television series, Grand Admiral Thrawn makes a breathtaking live-action debut on Ahsoka.
Good, good, good! In this week’s episode of the Disney+ Star Wars series, the Grand Admiral Thrawn finally made his long-awaited appearance on Ahsoka. And what a grand entry that was.
of the sixth episode, Morgan Elsbeth and her crew landed on Peridea, the long-gone home planet of her Dathmiri ancestors, which was the main setting of a new galaxy. They encountered the Great Mothers there, who warned them that the major antagonist that the entire narrative had been building towards will soon appear. And as expected, a massive Star Destroyer showed up in the skies.
The bloody blue-skinned, red-eyed Chiss extraterrestrial Thrawn (Mitth’raw’nuruodo) made his way down a queue of Night Troopers under the command of Captain Enoch, a spooky gold-masked man.
What was once simply a dream has turned into a terrifying reality for those who may oppose us, he halted, saying with a harsh declaration. A figure who initially appeared in Timothy Zahn’s seminal 1991 Star Wars extended universe novel Heir to the Empire makes his live-action debut in this scene and this phrase.
The character was later animated and later given to life on Star Wars Rebels. He was now there in person and was voiced by Lars Mikkelsen on the television show Rebels.
Thrawn’s menacing appearance was electrifying, especially when he met Sabine, an old enemy from the Rebellion.
What a joy it is to see a familiar face again after all this time, he exclaimed to Sabine.
I realise that you are responsible for my exile’s end, therefore thank you. As a result of her desire to find her former Ghost crewmate Ezra Bridger, he also questioned her decision to provide Baylan Skoll the map that would lead to his freedom, saying, “The desire to be reunited with your long-lost friend — how that singular focus will reshape our galaxy.”
When Sabine defeated some thieves and discovered Ezra (played by Eman Esfandi), who was hanging out with some strange creatures called Noti that resembled a cross between a praying mantis and a turtle, she was able to see how that single-minded attention had paid off.
Ezra, who was now sporting a beard and was slouching idly against a shack, replied, “I knew I could count on you.
Though you certainly took too long.
Ezra’s final words, “I can’t wait to go home,” may not come true since two Force-sensitive mercenaries are on their trail, and a great strategist helped by witches is about to leave the galaxy. This is true even as they hugged and made jokes. But assistance could soon arrive.
Because why not, Ahsoka and Huyang took a journey to Peridea inside the jaws of a Purrgil. If they can arrive in time, which we assume they can because there won’t be a show otherwise, they should balance the odds. Thrawn will be ready when they do. In the episode’s closing phrase, he growled menacingly, “Great Mothers,” adding, “I shall once again require the assistance of your dark magick.”
With only two episodes left, it appears like the actual battle is about to start with Thrawn, Ezra, a group of antiquated witches, and a character by the name of Enoch all involved.
It seems as though Huyang’s History of the Galaxy will soon have another chapter.