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Rebel Transmissions: Family Reunion – And Farewell

Here it is. The very last Rebel Transmission on Padawanline.
*Dramatic pause*
OK so that’s a little too dramatic. I highly doubt this will be the last time I talk about Rebels on the blog, just the last time I’ll do it in this format.
Whoo boy there’s a lot to talk about on this one. A lot. But it’s all stuff that has been on my mind for well over a month now, so hopefully I’ll be able to stir up some satisfying discussion for you all on this last Transmission. Get comfy, this is gonna be a long one…

Contains spoilers from Episode III, Episode VI, Episode VII, Episode VIII, TCW episode Point Of No Return, and much of Star Wars Rebels, including Family Reunion – And Farewell.

From start to finish, this is a story about family. Not just this episode, but every episode these last four seasons.
And we’re not just talking the dictionary definition of family, of people related by flesh and blood. We’re talking about what I’ve come to term as “thicker-than-blood”: friends who are basically family, bonds that far exceed any shared DNA. SWR painted the most beautiful picture of this idea over the course of the series that I’d never really seen anything quite like before.

At the very beginning of it all, Ezra was separated from his birth family. He wasn’t looking for anyone to fill that void, especially not a group of individuals that, like his imprisoned parents, Rebelled on a daily basis. But one day, the boy was called to be part of something more. In doing so, he found a dad, a mom, a brother, a sister, and a pet droid. And through this new family, values instilled in him by his birth parents would grow from a spark to a raging wildfire, making him the selfless, determined-to-help-others-at-any-personal-cost young man he is today. I know I’ve talked about this before, but frankly, it’s worth saying over and over again. Ezra Bridger’s journey is truly amazing. And watching the beginning again stirred up so so many memories, I didn’t have a choice but to write this paragraph.

Yes, watching Ezra talking to the holo-portrait of his parents melted my heart in all the ways, but to realize how final it all sounded… that concerned me. “Hold on! We’re not seriously going to lose Ezra, right?? We can’t! It’s hard enough losing Kanan! I’M NOT READY!!”
I’d spent so long pulling for the Ghost family Jedi to make it somehow despite Yoda’s deathbed claims, that watching Kanan go really hit me hard out of left field. So I was clinging pretty darn hard on the technicality that since Ezra was not an official Jedi, so he could make it.
But somehow, it wasn’t as hard to watch Ez go as I thought it would be. Not just because they gave us the inkling of hope that he may still be alive, but because his act of self-sacrifice was so noble and so powerful. And it was even more meaningful when I remembered he was doing what Kanan taught him in that last lesson. Wow. The end of his story (for now) was the best it possibly could have been. A fitting last chapter to really show just how far he’s come from that first spark of rebellion ❤

You know, I had a neat revelation after watching this the first time. It's easy to see that Hera is what ultimately brought the Ghost family together. She’s in the business, it seems, of pulling together the most broken, flawed people and turning them into heroes. Just look what she did with a noncommittal, bitter ex-Jedi, an old, broken astromech, a guilt-ridden, hopeless warrior, a disgraced, unjustly-accused Mandalorian, and a self-serving street kid! And from there, this family she brought together helped expand that family as they did the same thing — making real heroes out of often the galaxy’s lowest of the low. Forgotten, cast-aside clone troopers became leaders again. A crusty pirate with no crew found new purpose and new friends. A high-and-mighty ISBN agent gave up all his prestige to do the right thing. A young bounty hunter chose to do something with far greater reward than money. A dishonest dealer who caused a lot of trouble in the past stepped up to the cause. A jaded former governor found a new mission. Even seemingly-ordinary kids like Jai and Mart were brought into this family of heroes. And I don’t know why Melch keeps getting involved, but I’m hoping it’s because all this selflessness is contagious 🙂 And it all started with Hera, not just because of her natural-born leadership, but because she saw something in all of them that made them family, somehow.
This might not be anything new, but it’s just such a cool thing to think about and it’s just another thing so meaningful about this finale — that we get to spend it with just about all the family :3

Like I talked about some last episode, all the teamwork in the room is just amazing. We have the most unconventional set of Rebels working together and they’re just owning it! It’s more than I ever expected to see in the finale, and it continues to blow my mind and gives me all the feels. And it’s also so fun watching the most mismatched of teams working together amidst the varying levels of personality clashes, like with the oh-so-precise-and-well-planned Kallus stuck with the more action-oriented, blast-down-the-doors wild cards Gregor and Zeb. “He’s crazy!” “BUT IT WAS YOUR PLAN!” Delightful!
But on that note, yes, I will miss Gregor something awful. I’ve been holding my breath, unsure of what would become of all these once-lost commanders for years now, not wanting to see another brother down, but knowing it was well-likely to happen. But Gregor did good. I thought we’d lost him ages ago, so getting to spend the time with him that we did was special no matter what.

And wow was Thrawn on his A-game today. Like, he was honestly as cool, calculating, and downright cruel to me as he’s ever been this series. I mean seriously some of what he did got me wincing for all the good people left in the galaxy. But at the same time, his confidence and well-thought-out plans never ceased to impress. Again, I really have to thank Lucasfilm for putting the Grand Admiral in the canon and in this series. I’m sure the original novels are solid, but having so little knowledge of that era of books, including him inside of a series I was already very familiar with was the perfect way to meet him. His comeuppance was masterful, but I appreciate they chose to leave it open what ultimately happens to him… either way, Grand Admiral Thrawn was a truly awesome adversary and I definitely look forward to digging into his story some more later. *Sighs because she still has so many novels to catch up on* *But smiles because what a great problem to have!*

Seeing Palpatine again brought the best kind of intrigue for me. I loved this revelation that the Emperor presents himself much as he appeared in the years past. I guess I’d figured people always saw him in that dark cloak, like in Episode III, but this makes so much more sense! Once again, he’s doing a really solid job playing the galaxy like a card. Who would doubt such a finely-dressed, kindly politician? But that’s exactly what he wants you to think! It’s genius! Terrifyingly genius! And then we watch, eyes wide, as the Emperor offers Ezra a family reunion on a silver platter. I don’t know about you, but I could almost physically feel the pain of Ezra’s inner battle. It’s the ultimate temptation, to abandon everything and regain a peaceful life like he had before. And though we know Ezra has a solid sense of right and wrong… we also know Sidious is a master at pulling lightsiders over to the dark. SO MUCH TENSION! SO MANY EMOTIONS! I COULDN’T BREATHE!! DON’T EVEN GET ME STARTED WHEN PALPATINE UNDID EZRA’S CUFFS! AND THEN WHEN EZRA UNLOCKED THE GATEWAY AND I WAS ALL “OMG WHAT ARE YOU DOING??”!! OH MAN!
But there are few greater moments in Star Wars than when a hero wins this battle with himself, overcomes temptation, and defies the darkness.
Couldn’t applaud enough.
Also those totally-different red guards were so epic… or are they normal red guards with different armor? Need to read up more on them!

I definitely need to talk about Sabine and Ezra, guys. I remember when the series first began and what I liked most about them was that one-sided-crush dynamic. Every one of Ezra’s failed flirts and every one of Sabine’s sarcastic replies got me laughing hard. But their relationship has become so so much more since then, and not in the ways I might’ve assumed. In the last few seasons, we’ve watched them go from a slightly-lopsided sorta-friendship to a concrete bond of trust, honesty, and faith in each other. I’ve said this before but it’s worth repeating. They’ve stood alongside each other in their darkest moments, fought impossible odds together, and they just get each other. It’s astounding how far they’ve come. Every moment of this understanding and shared trust, whether spoken or unspoken, speaks incredible volumes, and it could not be more perfect. And the fact that Sabine ultimately (if my understanding’s correct) puts aside her own homeworld and her place in the Alliance to protect Lothal for years? This is as real a friendship as it gets. Some days I can’t believe how much they’ve both grown up, how far they’ve come! I just love them, and who they truly are together — something far more meaningful than just a teenage crush. Something that’s nothing short of rock-solid. Something that I just have to describe as powerful.
But all the same… I couldn’t help but smile when Sabine quietly caressed his portrait, making me wonder if maybe, just maybe, the feeling’s mutual now… :3

Random note, but one of my favorite bits of animation in the whole episode is watching Mart trying to see over Zeb and Kallus’ shoulders XD I can relate, Mart! #ShortPeopleUnite! Except he’ll probably grow out of it, of course… but, still!

Once the Ghost headed off into the sunset, I wasn’t expecting anything but the credits.
Instead, they gave me so much more — a new hope for Kallus, a new chapter for Hera, and a new mission for Sabine and Ahsoka! And also the fact Rex made it to VI which was obviously so epicly cool. I like that none of these stories are really the “end” of their stories, each of them are just an important moment for each of them, and a way to wrap up their arcs in SWR nicely. Let’s dig into those first three a little further, OK?

Zeb’s impossibly kind gesture to Kallus just wows me. All that time ago, he helped spur the Agent to change his ways, and he could’ve stopped there. But instead, not only does Zeb forgive his once-mortal enemy, he says “Guess what? You’re one of us!” Before this, I had never considered how much Kallus might still be carrying with him, the belief that he’d helped in the purging of an entire people. So what a gift this is, to know there’s still hope, and that he is entirely forgiven! I like to think that, in Ezra’s absence, that Zeb found a new friend in Kallus. Likely not quite the same level of friendship, but one that still maintains an unshakable loyalty. Leave it to Star Wars to paint such an amazing image of forgiveness and hope, and the truth that real friendships can come from anywhere 🙂 As one of my fave songs goes: When I look into the face / of my enemy / I see my / brother!

I’d spent plenty of time over the last couple years thinking “I could totally see Hera legally-adopting kids after the war’s over.” OK granted a lot of that was me liking the idea of Hera adopting the Freemakers, but still, it wasn’t hard to imagine. So when I Saw the adorable green bean in her copilot’s seat… I SQUEE-ED SO HARD! General Syndulla looks so in her element, flying with little Jason (hopefully I spelled it right) by her side! Of course, now I really want to see Jason join Rowan on some Freemaker Adventures… but I’ll take any story about Hera and her boy I can get 😀 What a truly perfect way to cap off her story!

And I really thought we’d reached the end of Ahsoka’s story. It was enough to know she’d survived the duel with Vader. But then… there she stood, ready to fulfill her promise to find Ezra. I love her new look, and not just because it has a bit of a Gandalf-feel to it, but it begs so so many questions! My assumption is she’s become a priestess of sorts for a new branch of Forcewielders apart from Jedi and Sith. But if she is, what does that mean later on for Luke and his attempts to rebuild the Jedi? What does it mean for Rey, trying to find her place in the Force? Or does this supposed new sect of Ahsoka’s even make it that far in the future? Or maybe it just took 30-odd years for Ahsoka and Sabine to find Ezra and then they show up in the middle of Episode IX all “Whoa what happened while we were gone??”. Honestly, I’d be totally up for something like that!
But wherever they go from here, they go with hope. The kind of hope that can save the galaxy.. and actually did

I've got so many feels I don't know what to do with them. What an amazing journey it's been! But thank you so much for reading this.
Thank you for reading all these Rebel Transmissions over the years.

And this all comes around the time my blog just turned five years old, so even more thanks for reading this blog, for fanboying/fangirling alongside me, and for making Padawanline what it is today! Just.. thank you!

Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

WAIT! THERE’S A NEW TRANSMISSION COMING IN…
SOMETHING ABOUT…
THE RESISTANCE!


(Credit: GIPHY)

Wow I couldn’t have planned this if I tried. We will talk more about this soon!

Oh, right, and here’s the Best-Of posts for the year 🙂

Following The Freemakers: Return Of The Kyber Saber
If Not For IV…: A Special Star Wars Day Story
Fun With The Freemakers Shorts!
Following The Freemakers: The Tower Of Alistan Nor
Following The Freemakers: The Pit And The Pinnacle
A Very Fangirly Analysis Of The New Last Jedi Trailer
Rebel Tranmissions: In The Name Of The Rebellion
Rebel Transmissions: Kindred
Looking Back On The Original SWR Shorts
Rebel Transmissions: Jedi Night

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Rebel Transmissions: Out Of Darkness

Welcome world-wide-web travelers, to another fantastic Rebel Transmission! And that would be for the fantastic episode that is Out Of Darkness! Join me as we take a closer look into the crazy adventures of the Ghost crew’s awesome girls, and have plenty of fun and learn more about the SW universe along the way 🙂
NOTE: Contains spoilers from Episode IV, TCW episodes Point Of No Return, The Lawless, and Rebels episodes Spark Of Rebellion, Droids In Distress, Breaking Ranks, and Out Of Darkness.

Soooo it was just another ordinary day aboard the Phantom as they find themselves on the run from yet another TIE fighter. OK so maybe not ordinary in our books, but for them? It’s starting to become the usual. Hera’s at the controls with her young comrades, Ezra and Sabine, in the backseat. And as you might’ve figured, the kids are more-or-less questioning what her plan is and if they even have a plan at all. But whatevs Hera’s got it all under control and points the gun turret in the direction of the TIE. Problemo solved! So now that Ezra has nothing to panic over, he does casually ask Hera if he could ever sit in the Phantom‘s driver’s seat. Captain Syndulla’s all “You driving my ship? Psh yeah right.”, completely not buying the fact that he thinks he’s ready (and there’s probably some license you need to drive, I’d assume, not that that’s ever stopped Ezra from driving other things, of course…). Oh and then along come three more TIEs, and young Bridger’s back to freakout mode. Yeah I don’t think he’s ready yet. So anyway, they’re back on the run once more, and Sabine decides to ask exactly where they got their intel to begin with. Hera doesn’t seem to be interested in telling her as such. While Ezra, knowing that Jedi need to keep their mind on the here-and-now, again makes it clear he’d rather focus on not dying than why they’re in this sticky situation to start with. The Phantom does some weaving between these Lothal mounds to lead the fighters into a too-tight space to blow ’em up. Though not without scraping some of the ship’s paint off first… and messing up the steering mechanism. Sabine’s still wanting to know a bit more dirt, and Hera’s still keeping it classified, and the Mando’s far from happy about it. But with some carefully-aimed shooting, Hera hits one of the mounds, making it foggy enough that TIE pilot #1 couldn’t see TIE #2 right in front of him. And our heroes have made it out scot-free… except perhaps for all that damage to the ship. And the leaking fuel, don’t forget that it’ll be important later.
By the time our heroes return to the Ghost, it looks like things are back to normal. And I’m sorry but I just ate up that Kanan-Hera banter in this scene. I don’t know all their story, but they clearly have something going on between them. Guhhhh it’s so so cute X3 X3 And now it looks like Zeb and Ezra are stuck on ship-repair-duty. Funnn… And Chopper’ll be helping too. More funnn…! Yup it’s quite clear that Captain Syndulla wears the pilot’s coveralls in the family 🙂 But it’s clear from Sabine’s rather disheartened expression that she’s still not satisfied with her answer.
In the cockpit, Kanan and Hera discuss what went down out on her mission (And he brought her coffee! Aww! Well, it might not be coffee but if I had their job I’d go through a lot of it). And then in walks Miss Wren, making it clear she’s interested in some real answers right now. Kanan reassures her that Hera knows what she’s doing and he trusts her with where she gets their info. Sabine is not impressed, because she’s spent a lot of her life not being told the truth. As we learn, she was stuck in a Mandalorian Imperial Academy before she joined up with the Ghost crew, and of course Imperials very rarely are truthful. It’s quite interesting to learn more on her backstory. I’d assumed that whole thing about her being a level five student at the Imperial Academy was a cover, not that I ever doubted her intelligence, with her immense protocol-droid-esque knowledge of languages, but I couldn’t imagine why she would’ve been involved with the Empire to begin with. But as we’ve learned from Breaking Ranks, not everyone there wants to be there. I still have so many questions… how is it Sabine actually met the crew? The Empire had something to do with the loss of her family, what happened there? Or do I even want to know? And interesting thought: assuming the Republic did occupy Mandalore after the Death-Watch-Darth-Maul-based insanity in TCW Season 5, does that mean when the Republic fell, Mandalore was pretty much Empire-owned from the get-go? Yikes. You have to wonder, man… Anyway, with no useful information from Kanan, Sabine puts her foot down and tells Hera she’s coming with on her meeting with their informant. Hera drops a bit of sarc in her direction, but doesn’t comment on it otherwise. And so today’s adventure begins…
Meanwhile, Zeb and Ezra were working on getting the Phantom back in working order. It went well, all things considered. I mean, aside from Chopper deciding to cleanse the life support systems while Ezra was working on them, it went well. Yup you don’t need a protocol droid to translate the fact that Chopper was laughing at his glorious prank. It took Ezra about three seconds before he jumped on the C1 and started beating him with a wrench. And then Chopper might’ve run off and consequently run over Zeb’s foot. So off the boys went on their kerfuffle with Chopper… not exactly realizing that they might’ve forgotten to fix one thing… something… fairly important. Their little chase went on right up until the ran into Hera (thankfully not literally), and they had to go and make it clear they finished their work… right up until Chopper did it again and started doing a little zapping of the boys. I love that Zeb uses the term “dismantlate” XD So now would be the time for the girls to head on out. Though yeah that thing the guys forgot may come back to bite them later. And of course you’ve seen this episode so yeah it kinda will.
As they’re flying in, Sabine continues in her attempts to dig info out of Hera, but to no avail. And then she has an opportunity when the informant comes on the line. She has a little fun adding a few comments of her own injected into the conversation, and Hera has to apologize and explain that Specter 5 had to come along on this one. OK so another thought, knowing what we know now, do you think any of the craziness to happen was because of Fulcrum? Perhaps he was suspicious of anyone else joining and somehow got a bunch of those monsters to join the party instead? Or was it all an honest mistake? Just wondering.
By the time the two reach the base on this particular planet, things start to go out of balance. Informant Fulcrum’s not anywhere to be seen. And though the girls don’t know it yet, the Phantom‘s kinda leaking fuel. And it’s definitely interesting as we see Hera grab a particular crate before Sabine could get to it. Something about the marking on it seems to denote something that Hera doesn’t want Sabine to see. Though there’s nothing inherently Mandalorian about it to me, or maybe it’s something totally different! And what’s impressive is that we don’t get any answers in this episode regarding it (or really most of the situation overall), that we’ll have to find out more another episode another day, maybe even another season. Oh yeah, and to add to the whole things-falling-out-balance thing, SOMETHING WITH CREEPY YELLOW EYES IS WATCHING THEM FROM AFAR IN THE PORT. O.O
As the girls were moving the crates back to the ship, Sabine tries once again to explain why she needs to know what they know, and a lot of that, as she explains, is rooted in her need to trust and be trusted in this whole crazy game of “Rebel-ing”. Hera tries to reassure her that she does trust Sabine, and she already knows everything she needs to know right now, particularly if anything was to happen involving Imperial capture. And that bit hurts Sabine, as she strongly believes she would never spill anything to them. Hera then goes and tries to help her understand what was meant by that, just with an understanding that the Empire knows how to get people to talk (they did sorta get Leia to spill, after all, even though what she said wasn’t true). But Sabine continues to explain herself that she spent so long doing whatever the Empire wanted and blindly following them wherever that she is absolutely done with secrecy, and she’s still having some doubts about what they’re doing, and if it’s even making any difference. My heart really goes out to her… she comes off so cool and confident most of the time that it’s hard to imagine her being in that sort of situation, or really having these frustrations and doubts in the first place. But it still rings true — everyone’s fighting a battle we know nothing about. Aw girl I understand a lot of how you feel! But Hera finally ends the conversation by telling her that Sabine needs to have faith that there is something bigger here going on than she can imagine, and to have faith and trust in her and Kanan, who are at the front of all of this, guiding this growing rebellion where it needs to go. Wow man, so deep. And isn’t that something interesting about life? We always want answers in life, but none of us have all the answers, or will get all the answers. We just have to trust that indeed there is a bigger plan involved, and we don’t need all the answers. And wow I just got deep there. Uh anyway wow I love this hinting here… what’s Hera got up her sleeve longterm? I don’t know, but all I can say is that I am very very excited to see all of this unfold! Sabine doesn’t really have much to add to all of that. And then Hera took notice of the fact that there are less crates than there were before… and they were dragged away. And this base’s been abandoned since the Clone Wars so… yeah I’d be more than a little on edge right now. But they do exactly what I probably wouldn’tve… they go into the hangar and investigate. And it’s dark in there. With crashed Republic ships! Seriously that last part was kind of awesome and scary at the same time… awesome because I love seeing how the story all ties together and scary because they’ve been abandoned for like fourteen years or something. I kept thinking “Ermagosh is that Clone armor?! Oh wait that’s just a ship part…” *Shudders*. Ah but there are things much scarier than crashed gunships in this dark port. Good thing Hera has a flashlight-thing! I didn’t even know they had flashlights in the SW universe! Cool 🙂 Oh right and then Hera saw one of their missing crates… ripped open. Anyone else getting major creepo vibes here? And then out of the shadows along comes a glowy-eyed somewhat-feline-and-insectoid-but-not horrifying creature! (I forgot what their species name is, as you probably can tell) And from there on out it’s all blasters going and our girls make a dash for it. Oh and there are clearly a lot more of them in here. Oh boy. But thankfully it seems these critters have some sort of weakness: they don’t like the light, so they prefer to stay in their dark hangar. Problem, however, is that there are all these asteroids floating in the sky like clouds and when they block out the sun… yeah you know. And there happens to be a pretty big one coming their way, one that might give the creatures enough time to do our heroes in. And only nowwwww do Hera and Sabine find out that their ship’s leaked enough fuel that they’re not going anywhere. Can you say “we’re toast”?
On the other side of the galaxy, Zeb was about to eat some waffles. Well, at least that’s what they kinda look like to me. Crepes maybe? Or they could just be tacos, IDK. With some milk on the side, he’s got all the makings of a balanced breakfast/lunch. I’m sorry but I love this too much. The fact we’re seeing one of the few instances of a SW character eating something casually (like waffles), is just too great, and it’s super ironic, considering a couple of our fellow Specters might become a balanced meal right now. And then Ezra, still riding Chopper while wielding a wrench, gets thrown off the droid and onto the table, and as you can imagine, Zeb is wearing his waffles now, and now he’s about to give Ezra and Chopper the what-for. And then in comes through on the comlink a call from Hera. She’s figured out that the guys may have forgotten something when they were tuning up the Phantom. So yeah that’s yet another problem to the ever-lengthening list of problems right now. Doesn’t take Kanan long to find out himself, not through the Force, but through the lack of soundproofing in the Ghost‘s walls as Ezra and Zeb argue/freak out. Looks like they’ve got a bit of rescue mission… the waffles will have to wait.
Though they know the rest of the crew’s coming to rescue them, the girls know they don’t have a lot of time before the critters get the advantage. And that is where Sabine eyes a canister of good ‘ol-fashioned rhydonuim. Yes, you know rhydonium. Enough of that stuff can cause the biggest explosion in the entire run of TCW series! And thus our Mando has come up with a plan. A few well-placed canisters + laserfire from a distance + the incoming waves of monstery critters = major win. Will it work? We will just have to wait and see… and here I go again acting as if I’m retelling the story to someone for the first time when I’m totally not. But yeah it’s pretty awesome watching as Captain Syndulla and Mandalore The Awesome (Hah I just gave Sabine the best nickname) work together to fight the beasts (and of course, the lovely fantastic explosions). Those critters are indeed quite terrifying, but strangely appealing in some weird way I can’t fully explain. But dem boogers are pretty persistent and they just keep on coming, no matter how many get caught in the path of the exploding rhydonium. They’re like giant roaches, man! OK thankfully not really… now that might geniunely scare me. Anyway, yeah I just love watching them truly working together and in sync, as I’ve always said, if there’s one thing that makes people closer in the SW galaxy, it’s a good fight when they’re both up against a greater enemy! Their plan goes well for a while, but at some point, they run out of rhydonium… and these guys multiply faster than a droid factory can make battle droids. Hera and Sabine eventually find themselves cornered, standing on top of the Phantom with nothing but their blasters. Even Sabine can only predict this to be their downfall. But then comes light from above! Light from the Ghost! Hoorayyyy! They’re bringin’ their gunfire and their light to the party… which works for a while, until the critters figure out that artificial light’s not the same as sunlight. So it’s an all-out battle as our friends work to get on board and get the Phantom out of harm’s way. And then on top of it, Ezra decides to join the battle on the ground with the girls, which, you know, works up until his confidence gets him staring into those glowy yellow eyes of death. It’s only Sabine’s aim and quick-shooting that saves him. Ezra you owe this girl big-time. And finally it takes Hera taking back the control of the Ghost from Kanan to get our heroes safe and off-planet. Oh, and hitting the Ghost’s personal “windshield wipers” to get rid of a hitchhiking beastie. Victory for today! And d’awwww that split-second smile Hera and Kanan exchange!! X3 Sorry we weren’t talking about that. Oh, and Sabine being all “whatever” about saving Ezra’s life hehehe XD
So back on board, the boys now are ready to get the Phantom patched up the way it should be. And Hera and Sabine come to a really honest understanding. After just having survived near-death together, Hera reclarifies that she truly does trust Sabine, and she reassures her that she will get the answers someday, and that she definitely is making a difference. And so, though Sabine still doesn’t understand all of this, she proves willing to trust and have a little faith, even if it’s not easy to do sometimes. Because in five years from now, Miss Wren will be able to look back and know where exactly all of this led up to 🙂
So yay! What an episode! Truly bringin’ all the feels and all the awesome as we finally get to know more about these amazing girls who we’ve come to know and love over the past month. Until next week, remember to keep the faith and of course…

Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

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