Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) made her hotly anticipated surprisingly realistic presentation in the most recent scene of The Mandalorian, “Part 13: The Jedi.” However, a few fans were confounded why her unique head tails were fundamentally more limited than when she was most recently seen in Star Wars: Rebels. Shortening Ahsoka’s head tails for shooting and strategic reasons bodes well. It would be intriguing to hear more from Matyas about the perspectives that went into surprisingly realistic Ahsoka’s plan.
Given the measure of tricks Ahsoka did in, “Part 13: The Jedi,” the more limited head tails bode well. Certain tales simply don’t make an interpretation of smoothly to surprisingly realistic. What’s more significant is that Ahsoka is similarly as dynamic as could be expected. And her surprisingly realistic appearance was wonderful.
Can you share at all the conversations you had regarding the size of her montrals/lekku?— Jack Kennedy (@jrkisbad) November 27, 2020
Theres some confusion among fans as they were much bigger in Rebels around this same time period.
Figured it was just impractical for the actors but wondering if there's anything else to it
Dawson worked admirably of playing a savvier. Develop and war-solidified Ahsoka than fans had found in the enlivened arrangement. Ahsoka’s refusal to prepare Baby Yoda was demonstrative of her colossal character development. All things considered, Ahsoka had taken in the most difficult way possible what dread could do to a Jedi. Losing her previous expert Anakin to the clouded side.
Despite the fact that Ahsoka sent Din Djarin and Grogu off on another mission. It’s difficult to accept that fans won’t be seeing her again in The Mandalorian. The Mandalorian effectively renewed for season 3 and few excess scenes left in season 2. The conceivable outcomes are as inestimable as the system.