When & Where Does ‘Ahsoka’ Series Take Place?

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We know that Disney+ is a treasure trove of Star Wars content, especially regarding the series and storylines that take place between the different Star Wars movies. But we know that most of the newer shows occur between Star Wars Episode VI and Episode VII, especially because of the rise of The Mandalorian as one of the most popular Star Wars storylines ever. One of the shows that will be released as part of the entire Mandalorian storyline is Ahsoka, which continues the storyline of Ahsoka Tano. So, when and where does the show take place?

Ahsoka series likely takes place during the same year as the events of The Mandalorian and possibly after her cameo appearance in The Book of Boba Fett. However, we don’t know where the Ahsoka series takes place, although it should take us to different places around the galaxy.

We know that the Ahsoka series takes place during the events of The Mandalorian, as we know that Ahsoka Tano had cameo appearances in season 2 of The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. As such, her story is likely to continue during the events of this series, as we all know that she has a certain mission that she needs to fulfill. So, with that said, let’s talk more about this topic.

What Is the Plot of Ahsoka?

One of the most popular characters in Star Wars is Ahsoka Tano, who was introduced as Anakin Skywalker’s Padawan learner during the events of the Clone Wars. Her story was told incredibly well in Star Wars: Clone Wars, where she matured from a young Jedi Padawan to a wise young Jedi outcast that lived through the events of Order 66. Of course, we also found out in Star Wars: Rebels that she was able to survive the events of the Rebellion and was still alive at the end of the reign of the Empire.

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Considering that she survived the reign of the Empire, Ahsoka was still alive during the events of The Mandalorian as she actually made a cameo appearance in season 2, where she met Din Djarin and Grogu and became friends with the unlikely duo. She also appeared once again in The Book of Boba Fett as it was soon announced that there would be an Ahsoka series. So, what is the plot of Ahsoka?

We already saw a glimpse of what Ahsoka’s storyline could be in her own series. Of course, like any Star Wars project, the details regarding what this series could be about are quite minimal, but we already had ideas of what it could be. In season 2 of The Mandalorian, she made a cameo appearance in a battle with Morgan Elsbeth. After defeating Elsbeth, Ahsoka demanded that she tell her the location of Grand Admiral Thrawn, who we last saw during the events of the final episode of Star Wars: Rebels.

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As such, we know that Thrawn is still very much alive five years after the death of Emperor Palpatine. After all, Ahsoka wouldn’t be looking for Thrawn if the Chiss tactician wasn’t able to survive the events of the final episode of Rebels. But while we do know that Thrawn is still alive, we also know that Ahsoka believes that Ezra Bridger, the young Jedi that defeated the Grand Admiral, could still be alive as well.

In the final scenes of Rebels, we see that Ahsoka and Sabine are on their way to scour the galaxy to search for Ezra. That means there’s a good chance that the Ahsoka series would feature the character’s continued search for both Ezra and Thrawn, who survived the events of the purrgil hyperspace travel. And that means there’s a good chance that the Ahsoka series will be a direct sequel to Rebels while also connecting it with the events of The Mandalorian and the other things happening during the events of the era of the New Republic.

When Does Ahsoka Take Place?

The last time we saw Ahsoka was in a cameo scene with Din Djarin and, later, Luke Skywalker during the events of The Book of Boba Fett. She left Luke to go on what we believe is her storyline in the Ahsoka series. Of course, we know that The Book of Boba Fett took place just after season 2 of The Mandalorian and just before the events of the third season.

We know that the events of The Mandalorian started on 9 ABY, five years after the fall of the Empire. Of course, it is possible that around a year has already passed since the events of The Mandalorian began. And that means that the events of Ahsoka take place around 9 ABY or probably at least a year after the events of The Mandalorian started.

The final scene of Star Wars: Rebels was during the fall of the Empire, and that means that Ahsoka will take place at least five years after the events of Rebels and around ten years since the disappearance of both Thrawn and Ezra Bridger.

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But because there are rumors that Anakin Skywalker would be appearing in the Ahsoka series, there’s a good chance that we will be taken back to a flashback scene involving a younger Ahsoka and the man that she trained under when she was still just a Jedi Padawan. This means that there’s a good chance that the series will also take place during the time of the Old Republic, which ended on 19 BBY.

Where Does Ahsoka Take Place?

Because Ahsoka is a Star Wars series, we aren’t really sure where the events will take place, as there’s a good chance that the series will take us to different planets around the galaxy. The last time we saw Ahsoka was on a planet called Ossus, which is the planet where Luke looked to establish his Jedi Order. As such, we might see her story starting off in Ossus.

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However, there’s a good chance we would see the Ahsoka series featuring Coruscant, the center of the Republic, when the old Jedi Order still existed. If it is true that there will be flashback scenes involving Anakin and Ahsoka, then the series might take us back to Coruscant.

Other than that, we don’t know where the Ahsoka series will take place because Star Wars movies and shows often occur on different galaxy planets. And as we’ve seen, new planets get introduced into Star Wars in many different series and movies, and that’s why Ahsoka may introduce new planets as well.

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