Klik-Klak flees deeper into the tunnels. Ezra and the Ghost crew depart for Lothal, using Vizago to smuggle them in because the Empire has severely tightened its grip around the planet and nearly crushed the local rebel cell. Their activity draws the attention of an Empire ship and the two team up to escape by setting charges on the stolen ship. . She asks Kanan and Rex to remove their helmets, and she knows when a is going to be used on her, having her guard stun Kanan immediately when he tries it.
Moreover, Thrawn tested the competence of Konstantine and found him to be beyond useless. En route to their rendezvous with the Ghost, the two find farmer Morad Sumar — a friend of Ezra's parents — and his family being arrested over a property dispute with the Empire. Back on the surface, Thrawn manages to incapacitate the Bendu, who warns Thrawn that it has already foreseen his defeat. Ezra reveals himself to be alive and to have gotten a scar during the battle with the Inquisitor and escapes with Kanan. They discover the Protector's leader, Fenn Rau , is being bribed by the Empire.
During the ensuing chase led by the Inquisitor, Tseebo regains his senses and reveals that he knows what happened to Ezra's parents. Due to the fuel tank leaking on the Phantom, the two are left stranded on the base, which is infested with deadly fyrnocks. Not understanding what Klik-Klak is trying to say, Saw handcuffs Klik-Klak and forces him to lead them deeper into the ruins. Kallus swaps his code cylinder with that of Lieutenant Lyste, and uses Lyste's credentials to free Ezra and infiltrate Thrawn's office, where the droids erase Atollon from Thrawn's database and transmit clearance codes for Kanan and Rex to rescue them. Sabine is knocked out and almost left to go with the ship, but Ketsu saves her and the explosion allows them to fly the droid to a rebel location and then meet back up with Ezra and Hera before Ketsu leaves on better terms with Sabine. Chopper arrives in the stolen transport alongside a number of other ships, and they all successfully escape into. He then tells Ezra that he foresees a future where everybody is free, but that they will have to fight to make it happen.
Doing so would net him huge trouble with his superiors and Tarkin probably really wouldn't like him and his unorthodox methods and may be detrimental to his plans — you can't guess, but you should know, lest he look like an idiot to his boss. Although disappointed by the betrayal, Ezra and the other rebels remain hopeful of their cause. She later joins the Ghost crew as they vow to join the wider fight against the Empire. We also finally learned the history of the black lightsaber, which was a creation of the first Mandalorian Jedi, Tar Vizsla. This experience, whatever it is, whatever form it takes, has to be valuable to the characters that are the center of Star Wars Rebels.
Using his ship's capabilities, the Controller remotely seizes control of Chopper, intending to use him to locate the Rebel base. Disney has gone to far this time. Ezra also notes that since the Separatists were originally fighting to resist tyranny, the battle droids should naturally oppose the Empire. Upon this difficult confession, Kanan, Ezra and Rau profess their loyalty to Sabine, no matter what course she will eventually choose. This is an automated post. When the crew boards one of the abandoned construction modules, they are ambushed by Agent Kallus. Ezra and Gold Leader show up in time to save the day.
On the other hand, I would argue that, since grief and anger over someone's loss at the time of their death in battle is well-established in the Star Wars shows just think back to all the times one clone died heroically and the others rallied around it, or charged to avenge him, or had to be restrained due to their anger, etc. On March 31, it was announced that the show would return for a fourth season. The Zaarin betrayal, when he got hold of the Defender factories, is a fine example of what they were all worried about. Thrawn is able to piece together Kallus being Fulcrum from Sabine's art style on Ezra's discarded helmet, along with the fact that Kallus knows Ezra well enough that failing to mention his identity is a huge red flag. Kallus is still with the Imperials and Thrawn's suspicion that he's Fulcrum is confirmed. Saw decides to give the Geonosians a second chance at survival and lets Klik-Klak go.
Photo: Lucasfilm Animation The first Mandalorian-centric episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars kicked off a three-episode arc that introduced us to Satine, Duchess of Mandalore. Kanan, Zeb, and Ezra discover that the children are force sensitive and were targeted by the Inquisitors to ensure they do not become Jedi. After being smuggled off-world by Lando Calrissian to escape the Empire, the demoralized crew meet up with Ahsoka's rebel cell, but Vader pursues them and proceeds to wipe out most of the rebel ships, discovering Ahsoka's presence during a mental encounter via the Force. Upon reaching the surface, they activate their emergency transponder. Sabine slashes the weapon with the Darksaber, breaching its power core and destroying the Star Destroyer. They board an Imperial cargo shuttle disguised as a regular civilian spacecraft, and discover a group of prisoner engineers from the planet Coruscant who are being shipped to Jedha for an apparent project.
Kallus' leg is injured in the crash, and he and Zeb are forced to work together to survive by fending off hostile monsters and climbing out of the cave they are trapped in. Upon being presented with the darksaber, Sabine's mother, Countess Ursa, allows her daughter the benefit of a personal conversation, but is still too fearful of an Imperial reprisal against her people, and her husband held hostage, to join with the Rebellion, and so she decides to sell out the Jedi to Gar Saxon in exchange for Sabine's freedom. However, they find their way blocked by a dense cluster of black holes while Agent Kallus pursues them. Note: This episode takes place immediately before Gathering Forces. Kanan and Sabine arrive, having tracked Ezra to Dathomir, but they are possessed by the Nightsisters and made to attack Ezra and Maul. Sabine calls for Hera to pick them up, as they have been seen.
If Ezra weren't a Jedi, they'd have never made it inside. So he can't die in this episode. The trio link back up with rest of the Ghost crew, rescuing Azadi from an Imperial patrol in the process. The Rebels smuggle him off of Lothal aboard the Ghost. Sabine manages to defeat and capture their leader Fenn Rau, which leads directly to his next appearance, and eventually to where we sit now. Kanan also speaks with Yoda about his own ability to teach Ezra.
With some encouragement from Ezra, Zeb transforms his Bo-Rifle into its true form and combines it with Chava's staff, revealing Lira San's location in uncharted Wild Space. With Sabine's hint, Ezra is able to seal the accessway to the void, which also triggers the collapse of the temple. When the plans to get the crystal off of the ship fail, Gerrera blasts it so that it will explode. It ends with him framed for treason, arrested, and likely to remain in prison because Thrawn wants Kallus to think that his Fulcrum identity is safe. It's especially impressive because normally non-Force-users aren't able to pull this on Jedi.