The Ahsoka Chapter 6 references and easter eggs you’ll discover will take you on a journey across the galaxy… and beyond
There is no doubt, Ahsoka episode 6 is packed with epic moments that take us to the deepest reaches of a galaxy far, far away. But what if I told you that there are also details that could have gone unnoticed? Yes, fans, I’m talking about Easter eggs.
Imagine a world where ‘A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away’ becomes more than just a cinematic intro. Well, you don’t have to imagine it, because Ahsoka makes it happen. But that is not all; The episode takes us to a level of fan service that few could have anticipated.
Hyperspace Effect: A New View of Interstellar Travel
At the beginning of the episode, Ahsoka travels to Peridea with the help of a purrgil. This way of traveling alters the traditional hyperspace effect we know, presenting a different nuance which could be due to the incredible speed of the purrgil or the mysterious materials of the intergalactic void.
Yesterday’s Galaxy Becomes Canon
The words ‘A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away’ become Star Wars canon when Huyang shares this story in response to a request from Ahsoka. It’s a story that Baylan had mentioned beforeopening the door to the possibility that the myths told are realities of the Star Wars universe.
The Mystery of Peridea and the Nightsisters
Did you think you knew everything about the Nightsisters? Think again. It turns out that Peridea is their home worlda planet from another galaxy that would explain why its magic has always seemed to not quite mesh with the Force.
The Sisters of the Night: There Are Still Survivors
The Nightsisters have not completely disappeared. In Peridea some survive, under names that refer to the three sisters of destiny from greek mythology. And there is one more detail: they cannot return because Peridea is a cemetery for the purrgil, who travel there to die.
Sabine and her Ability to Ride Howler
At first glance, Sabine seems to know perfectly how to assemble Howler, a creature that does not come from Peridea, but from the Star Wars universe that we know. This creature has already appeared in the Star Wars: Jedi Knight universewhere they were natives of Yavin 4.
Baylan and the Echoes of a Jedi Past
A revealing dialogue shows Baylan remembering Order 66 and the fall of the Jedi Temple. This detail provides an interesting nuance to the character, since raises questions about his identity and his relationship with his apprentice, Shin Hati.
The Search for Balance between Light and Darkness
Baylan is not in Peridea just for adventure; He seeks a way to break the cycle of light and darkness that has trapped the galaxy for millennia. This cycle has existed long before the Sith and the Jediindicating that the roots of the conflict could be deeper than we think.
Thrawn, the Art Lover, and the Chimera
Grand Admiral Thrawn is not just a strategist; He is also an art lover. His Star Destroyer, Chimera, is customized and painted in his own style, and is exciting to see it in action in Ahsoka’s universe.
Hidden Energies in Peridea
Baylan senses a powerful force in Peridea, something he believes he could use to break the cycle of light and darkness. The words used to describe this sensation remind us of Palpatine himselfsuggesting that we could be facing a change in the canon.
The Return of Dear Ezra Bridger
Sabine finds Ezra, who has completely adapted to his new life in Peridea. Ezra’s ability to connect with people and creatures has allowed him to make friends in an unknown world..
Thrawn’s Night Army
Thrawn does not come alone; he brings the ‘Night Troopers’ with him. The nomenclature is curious and raises a disturbing question: Could Thrawn be collaborating with the Nightsisters to create an undead army?