Star Wars Rebels Season 4 - Episode 15 VERIFIED
The purrgil grab the Chimaera with their tentacles and start to glow with blue light. Hera and Sabine realize that the purrgil are going to jump into hyperspace. Hera orders Ezra to leave but he tells her that he needs to see it through to the end. A tentacle grabs Thrawn and begins to constrict him. Sabine pleads with Ezra to follow Hera's orders and get out, but he says that he can't do that. Thrawn growls in pain and rage. Ezra tells the other rebels that it is up to them and to remember that the Force will always be with them. The purrgil disappear with the Chimaera into hyperspace as the Spectres, the other rebels, and Pryce watch in shock.
Star Wars Rebels Season 4 - Episode 15
Star Wars Rebels Season Four is the fourth and final season of the animated television series Star Wars Rebels. It was announced on March 3, 2017, and debuted on Disney XD on October 16. As with all previous seasons, this one is also began with special two-part episode, called Heroes of Mandalore.
The series was previewed throughout August 2014 with a set of shorts introducing the main characters before the television film pilot episode premiered on Disney Channel on October 3, 2014. The regular series premiered on Disney XD on October 13, 2014. The second season started on June 20, 2015, and the third season premiered on September 24, 2016. The two-part season three finale aired on March 25, 2017. On March 31, it was announced that the show would return for a fourth season. On April 15, executive producer Dave Filoni announced that the fourth season would also be the final season. On September 2, 2017, a second trailer for season four was released during a panel at Fan Expo in Canada, and the date for the season's premiere was announced as October 16, 2017.
Six months after the events of the previous season, Ezra leads a mission to rescue Hondo Ohnaka from an imperial prison, wielding a new lightsaber and displaying Force skills that he's learned from the Sith Holocron in the process. Hondo's intel regards a squadron of Y-Wings due to be destroyed at an Imperial shipyard that the Rebels set out to appropriate, with Ezra being given command of the mission. Kanan, meanwhile, is struggling with his blindness when he discovers Ezra's use of the Holocron and confiscates it, before being summoned out into the Atollon wilds by a mysterious call that proves to be from the Bendu, (Tom Baker) an ancient Force user who is neither Jedi nor Sith. Meanwhile, Governor Pryce decides that the growing rebel threat requires a greater response and requisitions the Seventh Fleet, which is revealed to be under the leadership of the recently promoted Grand Admiral Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen). The Bendu helps Kanan to realize that the Force grants him abilities that can make up for his lost sight, and on sensing Ezra's peril on the mission Kanan leaves to go help him, leaving the Holocron with the Bendu. The Rebels secure a handful of fighters but lose the Phantom after Ezra sets the shipyard plummeting, and it is only the timely arrival of the Ghost and other rebel ships saves them after Thrawn determines that they are not dealing with the entire rebel fleet and orders his forces to allow their escape. Ezra is suspended, but expresses his gratitude to Kanan for rejoining the action while the rebels learn that the Y-Wings are to be delivered to General Dodonna's unit.
The end of the episode showed Senator Organa asking R2 for all the information he had on the rebels the droids had encountered. This ending set up the entire trajectory for the members of the Ghost crew. It takes from being people who steal from the Empire for themselves to rebels who were integral in ending the Empire.
The best Rebels episodes to watch ahead of The Mandalorian season 3 and Ahsoka are those that focus on elements and characters such as the Darksaber, Mandalore, Bo-Katan Kryze, Ahsoka Tano, and Sabine Wren.
Now that the final season of the revolutionary show, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, is airing its last chapter on May 4th, The Direct thought it would fitting to count down the best episodes from its sister program, Star Wars Rebels. With 75 different choices, we narrowed the list down to 12 separate volumes and a few honorable mentions below...
"Hereos of Mandalore" (Season 4, Episodes 1 and 2): Seeing more Mandalore is always a good thing, and "Heroes of Mandalore" is no exception. Sabine Wren's arc that started in season three is completed by this gritty tale. The passing on of the Darksaber to Bo-Katan Kryze could also be a key scene for The Mandalorian's second season.
The first three seasons of "Star Wars: Rebels" have done an impressive job of introducing audiences to an entirely new cast of characters and locations set within the ever-expanding Star Wars universe. Ezra, Kanan, Sabine and the other members of the Ghost have grown from being a ragtag group of rebels to a family and have even become an integral part of the Rebel Alliance against the Empire.
In the recent Expanded Universe novel, "Star Wars: Aftermath: Empire's End," Jar Jar Binks' ultimate fate was revealed in the post-Jedi time period, but how he actually got to that point remains up in the air and rather ambiguous. Whatever happened to his romance with Julia that was established in "The Disappeared" in the "Clone Wars'" final season? Did Jar Jar Binks try to join the rebels after Palpatine declared himself the Emperor? Was he still a representative of Naboo after Padme's death? "Star Wars: Rebels" is in the perfect position to answer all of these questions that are in desperate need of being answered.
Ventress had one of the more interesting character arcs in "Star Wars: Clone Wars" as viewers witnessed her evolution from Sith apprentice to bounty hunter over the course of the show's first five seasons. With the show's cancellation, though, the character's ultimate fate was forced to be told in the 2015 novel, "Dark Disciple," which was based on unused scripts for planned future episodes of "Clone Wars," instead of being given the visual presentation that fans wanted. Ventress deserved better.
A clever way to do this would be to explore the toll of war on the teenager. He's been an orphan for a while but hasn't really lost anyone close to him since the series started. How would he react if one of the other "Rebels" characters, like Kanan, was killed? That could definitely push him over the edge. Another possibility would be to introduce another Dark Side Force user to take the place of Maul, who was killed in Season Three. This could be Palpatine, Vader or maybe even Snoke, which could provide a nice tie-in with "The Last Jedi," which will premiere half way through the season's run. Another option is Mother Talzin, who is long overdue for some onscreen closure.
"Secret Cargo" (S3), "Ghosts of Geonosis" (S3), "In The Name Of The Rebellion" (S4): When Rebels starts, the Rebel Alliance does not exist but the Imperial Senate does. At the center of the Senate are Mon Mothma, Saw Gerrera, and Bail Organa, all trying to accomplish their goals in different ways. This group of episodes demonstrates this fact, leading up to the eventual formation of the Alliance.
This series about a small group of rebels battling the Galactic Empire forged a connection to the greater Star Wars universe when it introduced Ahsoka Tano in the season 1 finale. Her role in the series expanded over time, and this first set of episodes revealed what she was up to since The Clone Wars.
Bo-Katan makes her debut in Rebels during the season 4 premiere, which also has her confront the legacy of the Darksaber and her own role to play in the future of Mandalore. These episodes provide the last we see of Bo-Katan before her appearance in The Mandalorian.
The highly anticipated third season of The Mandalorian is just around the corner. As the show continues to expand and add new characters, connections to other Star Wars stories become increasingly relevant. Here is a breakdown of some of the episodes, comics, and books to check out heading into the Season 3 premiere of The Mandalorian on March 1.
In today's edition of Star Wars Rebels Bits, voice actor Ashley Eckstein teases Ahsoka Tano's possible return to Star Wars Rebels and talks about her hopes for the future of the characters, Rosario Dawson continues to campaign to play Ahsoka in a live-action movie, the final season of the DisneyXD animated series will have a reduced episode count but a more serialized story, how the final season may tie into Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, showrunner Dave Filoni talks about his aspirations to direct a live-action Star Wars standalone movie, and promises that the final season will have a more serialized continuous story arc than anything he's done so far. Hit the jump to hyperspace.
Speaking of season 4, we have now learned that the final season of the DisneyXD animated series will contain only 15 episodes, down from the 22-episode order of the last couple seasons. A couple of the episodes will be two-parters, like the debut episode of the season that was previewed at Star Wars Celebration Orlando. And we can assume the final two or three episodes will also be a multi-part story.
Now that Rogue One is out, it opens up a lot of possibilities for us to tell these stories. We can go to Yavin now. We can start to deal with the way things worked out in the film and include ideas that are happening prior to that. The look of the background rebels really shifts to being more of the kind of drab military colors that you see in Rogue One. The Phoenix group of Rebel soldiers are kind of petering out. So they're redistributed into Mon Mothma's group on Yavin and Dodonna's group. You see a restructuring of certain cells, and certain cells get destroyed. And that's true of the ships as well. So there's lots of little, neat, detail level things that happen when our characters are heading into season 4 and are absorbed into the kind of pre-Rogue One era, which I thought they did beautifully in the film. 041b061a72