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Ahsoka’s Transformation Captured In Stunning Star Wars Art-TGN


  • Ahsoka Tano’s character transformation is beautifully captured in new Star Wars art, showing her shedding the weight of her past and becoming a beacon of hope and light.
  • Ahsoka’s change of attire symbolizes her enlightenment and wisdom, similar to Gandalf’s transformation in The Lord of the Rings.
  • Her experiences in the World Between Worlds allow her to move on from guilt and trauma, embracing her role as a true Jedi and symbol of the light side of the Force.



Stunning new Star Wars art inspired by the Ahsoka show depicts Ahsoka Tano’s incredible character transformation. Ahsoka Tano’s life in the galaxy hasn’t been easy. She left the Jedi Order behind after they falsely accused her of treason, carried around the guilt of her Master Anakin Skywalker’s descent into darkness, and ultimately helped build the fledgling Rebellion into a genuine force to be reckoned with. In Ahsoka, she’s continued to grow and evolve, hoping to stop the return of one of the Empire’s strongest leaders and teaching the next generation of Jedi. These experiences, and more, have allowed Ahsoka to become who she was always meant to be.

An impressive new piece of art by artist kayobomber on Instagram beautifully captures the transformation that was teased by Star Wars Rebels and eventually canonically depicted in Ahsoka after her confrontation with Anakin in the World Between Worlds.

Instead of her usual grey live-action outfit, Ahsoka is now resplendent in white. She has shed the weight of her past and has become a beacon of hope and light for her friends and the galaxy at large.

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What Does Ahsoka’s White Costume Symbolize?

Ahsoka’s change of attire is a reference to Gandalf’s transformation in The Lord of the Rings. After his battle with the Balrog in The Fellowship of the Ring, Gandalf becomes a more enlightened and wiser version of himself – Gandalf the White, instead of Gandalf the Grey. Ahsoka, too, becomes “Ahsoka the White” after her experiences in the World Between Worlds in Ahsoka episode 5, “Shadow Warrior.” Seeing Anakin again allowed her to move on from the guilt she’d carried around after discovering Darth Vader’s true identity. For years, Ahsoka felt she could have stopped Anakin’s descent if she hadn’t left him after leaving the Jedi Order. Now, however, she knows his transformation wasn’t her fault.

Similarly, her experiences in the World Between Words have finally allowed her to move on from the trauma of the Clone Wars. All Ahsoka had ever known was war – her time as a Padawan was spent as a Commander during the Clone Wars. After that, she was morally forced into another conflict, this time siding with the Rebellion against the Empire. Now, however, she’s realized that she can be more than a warrior – she can be a peacekeeper, a true Jedi, and a beacon of light for all. Ahsoka’s white costume symbolizes these realizations. Above all, Ahsoka Tano is aligned with the light side of the Force, and her transformation in Ahsoka proves that beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Source: kayobomber

  • Ahsoka

    Release Date:

    Rosario Dawson, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Hayden Christensen, Eman Esfandi, Ivanna Sakhno, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ray Stevenson, Genevieve O’Reilly, Lars Mikkelsen, Diana Lee Inosanto

    Action, Drama, Sci-Fi



    Story By:
    George Lucas

    Dave Filoni

    Streaming Sevice:
    Disney Plus

    Star Wars

    Dave Filoni

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