The second season of Star Wars Rebels just ended, with an episode that had huge ramifications not just for the show, but for Star Wars as a whole. Death! Deceit! New characters! Old characters! Twists! Mystery! It's the kind of episode you just have to talk about—and we did just that, with the best person possible. Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni. Advertisement Speaking to io9, Filoni answered every burning question you probably have as the second season closes. We've also got answers to some questions you probably haven't even thought of, including some of the implications for the series going forward, as well as how the show will tie in with the movies. Filoni even gave us some great teases for season three. Major spoilers follow! What happened to Ahsoka Tano? After her powerful showdown with her former master , Anakin Skywalker aka Darth Vader, the fate of Ahsoka Tano was left in question. Is she alive? Is she dead? Unsurprisingly, since her fate was left ambiguous on the show, Filoni wouldn't give an answer. But he would say this: "I've already been devising certain specifics around the future of that character, where she is, what's happening, if… Read full this story
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