Star Wars Ahsoka Ending Explained: Mortis Gods, Dathomir, and How It Sets Up Season 2

Mortis Gods, a return to Dathomir, Ezra finally makes it home. Here’s what happened in the Ahsoka finale and what it all means for the future of Star Wars.

Thrawn in Star Wars: Ahsoka
Photo: Lucasfilm

This Star Wars: Ahsoka article contains spoilers.

It all comes down to one final battle in the Nightsister fortress on Peridia. Ahsoka, Sabine, and Ezra have managed to make it through the barrage of laser fire from Grand Admiral Thrawn’s Star Destroyer and are now climbing up the tower. Standing in their way are a horde of undead Night Troopers and the newly inducted witch, Lady Morgan Elsbeth, who now wields the powerful Blade of Talzin. But while the heroes are able to slice and shoot their way through these obstacles, including taking down Morgan once and for all, they’re ultimately too late to stop Thrawn’s escape.

We watch as the Chimaera zips away from Peridia, while Ahsoka, Sabine, and Huyang are left stranded in this new galaxy with no way to get home. Instead, they’ll have to figure out a new path in this unexplored part of space, just as Thrawn and the Great Mothers arrive in the galaxy far, far away, specifically the planet of Dathomir, the adopted home world of the Nightsisters, where the next phase of their plan will unfold.

While the heroes technically lose the battle in Ahsoka season 1, the finale ends with a bit of hope for the war ahead. Ezra Bridger, who’s been stranded on Peridia for years, finally makes it back to Hera and the New Republic by hitching a ride on Thrawn’s ship. And even if Ahsoka and Sabine are now lost in space, their bond as master and apprentice is stronger than ever. Sabine even manages to wield the Force before the end!


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