Ahsoka Episode 4 Ending: Biggest Easter Egg Yet Completely Changes Live-Action Star Wars

What is the World Between Worlds? And did Ahsoka die in episode 4 of the Star Wars series? Let’s discuss.

Rosario Dawson in Star Wars: Ahsoka
Photo: Lucasfilm

This Star Wars: Ahsoka article contains spoilers.

Live-action Star Wars fans are about to learn quite a lot about how space and time works in the galaxy far, far away thanks to the latest twist on Ahsoka which introduces the World Between Worlds. But viewers who haven’t watched the Rebels season 4 episode “A World Between Worlds” may be a bit confused about what is going on when Ahsoka wakes up in the mystical plane, welcomed by none other than her former master Anakin Skywalker, played by a de-aged Hayden Christensen to boot.

What is the World Between Worlds and how the heck is Clone Wars-era Anakin suddenly back? And did Ahsoka die at the end of episode 4 in order to return to this realm? One question is definitely much easier to answer than the others…

The World Between Worlds Explained

Put simply, the World Between Worlds is a mystical Force realm that allows those who enter it to travel between different points in space and time. Yes, its debut on Ahsoka after first being introduced in the animated series essentially brings the concept of time travel to live-action Star Wars, a game changer that the Disney+ series will undoubtedly explore further in the next few episodes.


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