Did Ahsoka Tano’s Journey Cross Paths with Grogu and Din Djarin in The Mandalorian Season 3?
Last week Ahsoka released “Shadow Warrior” by bringing Anakin Skywalker, where Ahsoka successfully eliminates darkness inside her master with her strong determination of not giving up.
However, the Star Wars universe has always delighted in discovering unexpected connections between characters and storylines.
One such intriguing theory has emerged, suggesting a crossover between Ahsoka Tano’s journey and the adventures of Grogu (the beloved Baby Yoda) and Din Djarin in the hit series, “The Mandalorian” Season 3.
The enticing clue that has sparked this theory comes from the closing moments of the recently released episode 5, part of Ahsoka Tano’s journey in her series. Ahsoka and the droid Huyang make a daring leap into hyperspace to their destination (the galaxy where Ezra Bridger and Grand Admiral Thrawn, have been trapped for several years) with the help of the enigmatic Purrgil, who is connected through the Force.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Purrgil in live-action, though. That moment occurred during the premiere of “The Mandalorian” Season 3 when Grogu and Din Djarin were in hyperspace. Grogu, the Force-sensitive youngling, spotted these majestic creatures outside their starfighter’s cockpit window.
This seemingly innocent encounter has sparked a wave of speculation among fans. Many now believe that what Grogu witnessed was, in fact, a glimpse of Ahsoka Tano’s journey. This theory suggests that the events of both series could be unfolding concurrently.
It might also explain the mention of Grand Admiral Thrawn during a meeting between Captain Pellaeon and Moff Gideon in “The Mandalorian.”
History Between Ahsoka and Grogu
The history between Ahsoka and Grogu cannot be ignored, making it entirely possible that their paths are more entwined than we initially thought. The presence of the Purrgil on Seatos, where Grogu and Din Djarin encountered them, could indicate a pathway to another galaxy.
Alternatively, the strong connection to the Force that Grogu possesses might have attracted these enigmatic space whales to his location.
While the idea of Ahsoka’s journey and “The Mandalorian” intersecting is undeniably enthralling, all this just remains a fan theory. Lucasfilm has not confirmed or denied this intriguing connection, leaving fans to speculate and dream about the limitless possibilities within the Star Wars universe.
As we eagerly await further developments in this series, let’s keep a keen eye on what unfolds in Episode 6 of “Ahsoka.” All five episodes of “Ahsoka” are available for exclusive streaming on Disney+.