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Rebel Transmissions: Vision Of Hope

This is Star Wars Fan Blogger Twilight, and I bring you more positive discussion and fangirly craziness the haters don’t want you to hear. And you’re reading Rebel Transmissions. Ahh sorry couldn’t resist! Felt appropriate to open up today’s post on Vision Of Hope. And don’t worry, I can promise you that I’m for real 🙂 Whoaa uh that might’ve been a spoiler! If you haven’t seen the episode yet go watch and now and forget you read that last line! Le apologies. Anyway, let’s get to it!
NOTE: Contains spoilers from Episode I, Episode III, Episode V, Episode VI, the Clone Wars Microseries, Menace Of The Sith, TCW episode The Wrong Jedi, and Rebels episodes Spark Of Rebellion, Rise Of The Old Masters, Breaking Ranks, Path Of The Jedi, and Vision Of Hope.

It started out an ordinary day for our crew. Ezra was getting to do some lightsaber training today, with Zeb, Chopper, and Sabine providing some firepower for him to practice deflecting. Kanan encourages Ezra to work harder on aiming the blasterfire at the target, but it’s not too easy. Deflecting blasterfire and stuff is something the Jedi do all the time, and they make it look so easy, so I guess it had never occurred to me that it might be a tricky thing to learn how to do. Ezra definitely shows us what Jedi training is like from a layman’s perspective, which is nice for those of us who like to dream and pretend we’re Jedi ourselves. But Ezra is confident he’ll nail that target; “‘Yet’, the key word is ‘yet'” 🙂 Man I wish I had that kind of confidence in my abilities some days. Kanan just facepalms XD
Stopping the practice, he asks Ezra what his rush is. And it happens to be that Young Bridger is excited to hear from everyone’s favorite rebel senator, Gall Trayvis, and he just knows that he’ll be on today. But Kanan simply reminds him to keep his focus in the here and now where it belongs. I could just hear Ezra say “Y’know, that guide I met in the temple told me to be mindful of the future…” and then Master Jarrus would throw out “Yeah but not at the expense of the moment. Especially when you’re being shot at.” hehe somebody stop me! Anyway, returning to training, amidst the fire coming from all ends, Ezra starts hearing voices… and it goes from there and becomes a full-fledged vision. In the snippets, we get the idea that our Rebels’ day won’t stay ordinary, and it appears to involve a whole lot of running from Imperials, and apparently… Gall Trayvis on the run with them? And if Ezra needed any other reason to be majorly intrigued by what he saw, he catches the Senator saying “…your parents were very brave”! When he comes to, forget that he creamed the target in his trance, he’s got some major news regarding his favorite personality… and the mystery surrounding his folks. Kanan doesn’t really seem to buy into this vision as truth. And understandably… we know that these visions Jedi get have a tendency to be half-wrong a good bit (See: Luke, whose was kinda off, and Anakin, whose was only made true when he freaked out over it). Not to mention the whole idea of the gang running around with everyone’s hero, who just so happens to have known Ezra’s parents, must sound a bit like wishful thinking to the others. But Ezra isn’t about to deny what he saw, and the potential of what it could mean for him. And just then, right on cue, Hera lets the gang know that Senator Trayvis is on the holonet. Don’t think I’ve ever seen Ezra so excited as he dashed into the Ghost, knocking into Zeb in his hurry. Sorry but that subtle gag made me laugh for like five minutes straight XD
It’s definitely interesting seeing just what a big deal Gall Trayvis is to these guys. I mean, these guys gather around the holonet like a family watching The Wonderful World Of Disney! It’s of course not the first time we’ve seen Trayvis on-air, but it’s the first time we’ve sort of gotten a glimpse of the enthusiasm our rebels share for this guy, in particular for Hera and Ezra. As Trayvis eloquently roots on the rebels, he seems to have slipped in a subtle message for the Ghost crew. It looks like the Senator wants to meet the crew! Hera and Ezra deduce it to be at the old senate building at sunset today. Kanan and Zeb are a bit skeptical, but the captain and padawan have an answer for every question they have. But taking into account that the Empire could still be up to something, Hera sends Ezra out to meet up with his friend on the inside to find out if there’s any funny business going on. Before heading out, Kanan tries to talk to Ezra and help him understand to not be too quick to trust his vision to the letter. But Ezra feels beyond a shadow of a doubt that what he saw is true. It’s got to be difficult to be told to trust your feelings, and then have those feelings be called into question. Like say, Ezra’s in an interesting situation, as he’s being raised in the Jedi ways at fifteen, giving him a definite layman’s approach to the Force. And this can be both a good thing and a bad thing. But for now, Ezra goes off to meet up with his friend — the awesome Zare Leonis!
Yeah needless to say I was thrilled to see Zare again. And quite thrilled to know he’s still alive. Seriously I need to read those books!! Uh anyway, so Ezra meets up with Cadet Leonis in a backalley. And Zare’s happy to bring some news, especially now that he’s been recently promoted and can access even more dirt on the Empire that’d be useful to “Dev” and his comrades. Zare relays that a good bunch of the Imperials are planning something at the old senate building, and that’s not good. Ezra believes now that Gall Trayvis might be walking into a trap. Before parting, Zare lets him know that he’s being transferred off-world, so it might be a while before they see each other again. Ezra, in turn was just about to give Zare his real name, but then along come some Stormtroopers and that conversation ended. But it makes you wonder, doesn’t it? I mean, the fact that Ezra didn’t get to tell him… makes me wonder if Zare might be further connected to Ezra’s path than we know. Maybe their families were friends? It may not’ve meant anything, but I can’t help but wonder. But suddenly it hits Ezra… he’s surrounded by ‘troopers at all ends in a backalley… and it looks awfully familiar… because he saw it in his vision. But all familiarity aside, Young Bridger’s forced to make a run for it. The ‘troopers give chase for a bit before Ezra’s agility and blaster-saber aid in his escape.
In that very senate building sits Agent Kallus, intently studying over his plans. Imperial Senator Maketh, as usual, is pretty skeptical of whatever he’s got up his sleeve. But Kallus is looking awfully smug about this one… he’s tired of The Quiz’s focus on just the Jedi, so he’s aiming to nab the whole Rebel gang — Jedi and all. To quote a great Mon Calamari admiral, “IT’S A TRAP!”.
Ezra finally returns to their rendevouz point at the Bridger household, only to find just about everyone downstairs talking about how awesome his parents were. Understood as they are awesome, but wow much awkward for Ezra here. Once that awkwardness clears out, Ezra tells the crew about the Empire’s plans, so it looks like our little gang’s got a rescue mission to attend to.
So there the crew was, crouching on the outskirts of the senate building, surveying for any sign of Trayvis or Imperials. Sabine spots the ship the senator must’ve come in, and Kanan spots the ‘troopers stalking around down below. Now before our heroes go rushing off to save Trayvis, Hera does query as to why the Empire hasn’t gone after the senator yet. Kanan rolls that off as being a trap for the crew, which considering the thing we saw with Kallus, it makes complete sense. Yet, looking back, Hera’s quandry makes a lot of sense, unfortunately. But I’ll save all my kicking myself over not having seen it coming for later, for now, our rebels are putting together a plan, and Ezra decides the next step of said plan is going to involve a little shortcut… to the Lothal sewer systems. Oh joy.
After Chopper has a brief “discussion” with an Imperial ‘mech guarding the sewers, the rest of the crew moves in. As you might expect, not everyone is a fan of this plan. But Ezra knows his way around, and quite frankly the smell beats stormtrooper trouble any day. But hey, the Rebs got off easy… at least the sewers weren’t full and they didn’t have to swim in it like Obi-Wan and Anakin once did! And ermagosh this moment… “It does smell like you…” “Wait. You know what I smell like?” 😆 😆 But their trip underground doesn’t last long, ’cause soon our heroes find themselves back on the move on the senate building premises. With Zeb and Sabine up a level and Kanan, Hera, and Ezra going inside, what could go wrong? Anddddd I jinxed it. Kinda. OK not really but you know how this ends…
So the threesome find Senator Trayvis pretty quickly. Just sittin’ with his droids up front like nothing’s weird. Hera and Ezra warn him of the danger he’s in and he’s all like “Whoa whut??”. Yeah I hate that I didn’t see all this coming to begin with, but Gall’s a pretty amazing actor and I totally bought everything he said. And to think I was genuinely worried about him, the punk! (Sorry that last part was uncalled for. Forgive me.) But on cue come the ‘troopers and their little Agent too, making quick work of Trayvis’ protocol droids. And with all their numbers, it’s uncertain whether Kanan’s blade, Ezra’s blaster-blade, and Hera’s blaster can save the senator… and their own lives. Kallus gives some friendly “hellos” to the crew (fondly throwing out Ezra’s self-titled nickname “Jabba” hehe), and then asks his soldiers if they could help “encourage” the gang into conversing with him. Trayvis is like “Yeah let’s go with that plan I like that plan!” and again, I mentally kick myself for not picking up on his true allegiance. Sounds a lot like Palpatine in Lego’s Menace Of The Sith… “Surrender, we will not!” “Excuse me, but did you say ‘surrender, we will now’? Because I think that’s a marvelous idea! …Just my two cents…”. Here I was just thinking Trayvis was a petrified little ex-Republic senator who was in over his head and didn’t want to cause trouble! Anyway, thankfully the threesome has some friends in high places, and by that I mean Zeb and Sabine, wielding a few tiny “miracles” 🙂 And then they do their awesome thing as Zeb goes all Lasat on them and Sabine goes all… um, Mando I guess, on them. And that gives our heroes a chance to make a run for it. But there’s always some hitch in the plans, and that miiiight include the fact that the senator’s ship is long gone and instead stands an Imperial shuttle. Y’know maybe that should’ve tipped ’em off? The fact that his ship is missing but there’s no evidence it was blown up seems to garner some questions. Questions I should’ve been asking myself! But sue me I was eating dinner when I was watching this for the first time so my mind was a quarter-focused on my chicken tenders and macaroni so I guess I couldn’t get myself to think much further on it. Oh, and speaking of hitches, Kallus isn’t the kind of guy gotten rid of so easily. Andddd it’s back to making a run for it!
The crew finally comes back to the sewer pipe where they left off and Trayvis is all “Um. Ew. We’re actually going in there?“. Well, if nothing good came out of this, at least Trayvis got forced out of his comfort zone a bit (and likely forced to take a shower later). The guy may be a good actor, but his distaste for sewer travel is all real XD Another interesting note: sooo Kallus tried to shoot ’em one last time before the pipe was closed up and then he barked orders to his ‘troopers to go and get them at the next interval. My question is… if he knew Trayvis was a turncoat (which he clearly did), why was he still a bit antsy to nab the Rebs? I guess he knows they have a habit of getting out of sticky situations and won’t allow for anything to go wrong. You know I just realized this was a dumb question so let’s just drop it and move on.
As the gang dashed through the sewer, it seems that Gall can’t quite keep up. I didn’t think about this at first because well, he’s not exactly… young. And plus, I don’t do well with running either, so I could feel his pain. And then his claim that the running plus the less-than-pleasant-smelling environment made it more difficult sounded legit enough. But somehow Hera’s look of suspicion didn’t hit me once. This coming from the same girl who, back in TCW, figured it out that Barriss was the traitor early on. I’m kinda ashamed of myself. Now all of Trayvis’ ramblings sound so fishy they come canned with Starkist on the label. ‘Cause boy that guy can run when he wants to, when the Stormtroopers finally catch up! Kanan sends Hera and Ezra off to get Trayvis to shelter. “How will you find us?” “I can smell you, remember?” and Ezra’s about to throw something out there, but there’s no time for flirty witticisms! Though I would like to throw out one possibility: “Well, what an incredible smell you’ve discovered!” 😀 Ohh I kinda hope that wasn’t what he was thinking though… XD
Think Chopper got the easy part of the mission? Ah no. A couple of ‘troopers came by and sealed the hatch shut and warned their assumptively Imperial droid of the Rebels. Sooo now Chop’s got to go and get the stupid thing un-sealed now! Yup things are just going swimmingly today aren’t they?
So while Hera and Ezra and Trayvis were navigating the tunnels, I get another reason to really should’ve been suspicious of the senator. He sorta casually seems to ask who might be funding or allies to their little gang. Thankfully the answer is no, they have neither, but oh my gosh, what a sneak! And I’m sorry I’m dishing out this much smacktalk on the guy but he is really grinding my gears right now, especially as I look back and see his plan from the get-go. So please forgive me if you’re still a Gall Trayvis fan and I offended you; I hold no real hate for him but he’s definitely not on my good side right now. Ezra comments on what an inspiration the senator’s transmissions have been, and Hera, though slightly less certain of the guy, does remark that it’s nice to know “…we’re not the only ones out there”. The three come to a stop in front of this giant fan blade. And while Ezra checks to see if he can shut down the fan’s power, Hera slips Gall a blaster to “watch their backs”. And again, I don’t know how I didn’t see it coming. Though I can admit I was a bit uneasy here… but I just didn’t want to think for a second that he might not be the real deal! Right now I’m just super-impressed Hera already knew she’d have to slip him an unloaded gun. But man… when he just goes and pulls that blaster on them… it’s just unreal. Yet it totally makes sense in retrospect. And I’ll be honest, I thought the whole Luminara thing from back on Rise Of The Old Masters was a total accident! But how would you react if your hero suddenly turned on you and revealed himself not to be who you thought he was? Well, despite Hera was on to him before Ezra was, she is no less disappointed in him. Ezra can’t fathom this whatsoever, I mean, it’d be like Walt Disney himself revealing himself to be an Imperial officer! (That was not a shot at Disney owning Lucasfilm I promise you it’s a callback to that reference I made earlier) And ughhh I couldn’t not hurt for Ezra when Trayvis brings up his parents… 😥 Of course he was commenting on their bravery in a villainous derogatory manner… just to drop the bomb that they’re… evidently dead. A part of me still hopes it’s not true, but until proven otherwise I can’t say much for now. Man oh man there were tears on my part. But good for Hera, as the senator’s blaster isn’t loaded… and she has no problem punching an “elderly gentleman”. So yeah the rest of the crew’s not too thrilled either, but they’ve got bigger problems as they still have ‘troopers on their tail and a giant fan right in front of them. Kanan uses the Force to stop it while the others stand guard and fire back at the baddies. And just as the Specters left, Ezra shot this look of ultimate disappointment at Trayvis. But Trayvis… kinda looks… well, he doesn’t look at him with an “aw man they got away again!” look, it almost looks… somewhat uncertain, maybe a little apologetic. Maybe I’m just looking into this too deeply, but one has to wonder if perhaps Gall Trayvis is not too far gone. Especially after Kallus shoots him this even more disappointed look. As frustrating as his betrayal is… I can’t pretend that there might not still be some good in him. Hey, if Vader can be redeemed, anyone can, right? But where his story goes next, I do not know…
And so Chopper was just about to carve the hatch open for the Rebels when suddenly Kanan lightsabers the rest of their way out. Ever have one of those days you just can’t win? This little C1-10P has.
The crew is solemn upon returning to the Ghost. But not all is lost. Hera and Ezra have an awesome moment as she makes a point that, despite our feelings can make things confusing sometimes, and not everything goes according to the way we’d like it to, it is never wrong to hope. And something I thought about in regards to this: whether in backtalking Trayvis or just talking to the rest of the crew, Hera and Ezra both point back to the Bridgers and what a difference they made. Fact is, his parents were the true embodiment of hope. You don’t need to be some fancy celebrity rebel superhero, you just need to be brave, have hope, and be willing to fight for the right thing. And that’s what the Ghost crew will continue to do 🙂
So wow so much feels! So much intrigue! So much to think about it took me two days and became the first late Rebel Transmission ever! Ah well it was time worth spent. Until next time around…

Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

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Rebel Transmissions: Rise Of The Old Masters

All right it’s that time again… time for another Rebel Transmission! And man oh man this episode is all kinds of intense-ness! I guess I should’ve figured, what with The Inquisitor making his official debut and all, that duh it would be a pretty serious episode, but I was completely unprepared for the gutpunch of feels and near-misses this one brought to the table… but that’s why it’s so great! So I’m not just gonna try and blog, I WILL. Onward we go into our exploration of Rise Of The Old Masters!
NOTE: Contains spoilers from Episode III, Episode V, TCW Episode The Wrong Jedi, and the Rebels episode Rise Of The Old Masters.

Header for Rebel Transmissions Post #4

As we open, we catch Ezra in the middle of some Jedi training. Dude, Luke had nothing to complain about in Episode V. Sure doing a handstand with Master Yoda on your foot is hard, but at least Luke wasn’t doing it on the Ghost‘s gun turret… WHILE IT’S FLYING! And Zeb and Chopper as an audience doesn’t help much, either. So yeah Ezra’s not having the best time at the moment, but Kanan’s doing everything he can to teach him the best he can. Ezra’s all “Dude I’m trying mkay?” and Kanan answers that with a familiar slice of Yoda wisdom: “Do or do not, there is no try”. Ezra doesn’t get what that’s supposed to mean, and as it turns out… Kanan doesn’t really know either. Wow, feels like it’s the first time in a long while I’ve seen a Master who didn’t have all the answers! And I guess he just pulled out that line because he was running out of material himself and “when in doubt, Yoda it out!”. It’s crazy to sit and let it sink in for a moment that Kanan was only 20 or so when the Jedi Order fell, he was still pretty young and not quite done with his studies. And now all these years later he’s trying to bring back to mind all he learned to train Ezra, who the Council would’ve likely deemed “too old” to become a Jedi. So it’s not easy on either side of the situation for these two. Of course, again, cue Zeb’s unhelpful comments and playing around with the turret. Ezra landed in a crate of what looks to be old milk cartons two seconds later. So Kanan decides to switch lessons today… lightsaber practice! Ohhh goshhh yeah let’s just hand the kid a ‘saber right off the bat! That never ends badly! Well, I guess technically I’ve never heard of it going really wrong before, but I’m kinda worried about Ezra’s safety… and if not him, everyone else’s! Because yeah he turned it on right when it was pointing in Kanan’s direction. Good thing Master Jarrus still has those Jedi reflexes or he’d probably be dead now. Kanan does point out there’s a length adjuster, which is something I had no idea lightsabers were capable of! Unless it’s just what Kanan’s can do, IDK, but it’s quite cool, and definitely helpful. But yes, for today’s lesson, Ezra’s going to use the lightsaber with his eyes shut while being thrown projectiles (aka milk cartons). Sounds simple enough, but it doesn’t help that Chopper’s playing the role of pitching machine today, and he throws hard. The boys have their fun for a while, whacking Ezra with cartons… but it’s all fun and games until someone gets knocked over the side of the ship and proceeds to fall to their doom. *Facepalm* Did Obi-Wan have this much crud to deal with training Anakin? I kinda doubt. But Kanan still manages to use the Force to guide Ezra back to safety… barely. Kanan’s frustrated with Ezra’s lack of discipline, Ezra’s frustrated with his teaching methods, and it looks like Kanan’s a bit fed up with playing teacher. But before any further conversation can be had, the crew finds themselves getting a juicy tidbit from an Imperial senator on their side… a tidbit involving the fact that Jedi Master Luminara Unduli is alive and imprisoned by the Empire. Whoaaa. It’s then that Kanan gets an idea; Luminara is a seriously awesome Jedi who has all the skillz and knows how to raise her Padawans right (well mostly… but what happened to Barriss wasn’t her fault), so maybe if they rescued her, she could train Ezra! No questions the gang is up for a rescue! But Ezra’s not quite sure how he feels about the fact that Kanan’s seemingly dumping him as his student, no matter how great this Master Unduli is.
So yes, it’s clear that one does not simply walk into the Spire, this particular Imperial prison. But Kanan’s armed with a crazy plan and his comrades, so what could possibly go wrong? They’re locked, loaded, and it doesn’t take long for the first port and its Stormtrooper guards to get Kanan’d (ermagosh I really like that! We need to make that a thing peeps!). The first thing to not go to plan would be young Bridger, hoping to get ’em Ezra’d too. Yeah real smart just jump out of the ship and just sorta barely land on your feet and accidentally alert another handful of ‘troopers. Good thing they had our resident Mando and Lasat along for the ride. Poor Ezra… he was just trying to do it like his Master! But Kanan wasn’t cool with it. So after some door unlocking and Zeb’s artfully fixing up one of the ‘troopers to look alert (it’s so fun watching him doing a little of this, a little of that, making sure his buckethead looks perfect XD ), our team’s off once more!
In the halls, Kanan picks up on Luminara’s presence, only it’s clouded. Sooo assuming you’ve all watched this and know what all happens, I had to wonder about something. Is it possible to still sense a presence after death? Because of the whole “becoming-one-with-the-Force” thing? Do their bodies still emanate something after death? Or did the Empire and The Inquisitor fakes something to mess with him? How would one do that? It’s not exactly easy fooling a Jedi. Lots and lots of questions here. Hadn’t really thought about it until now. Anywayy.
So they find that, evidently, Master Unduli is on a lower level than they thought, so now it’s off to the turbolift! Hehe I love that Sabine and Zeb talk about Kanan’s crazy plan as if he’s not even in there XD All that moment needs is an elevator music version of The Imperial March!
Meanwhile, Hera usually gets to relax more on these missions, since her place is with the ship, but maybe not so much this time. The Phantom just got pretty popular with a flock of manta-ray-incectoid-critter-things… evidently, what’s a frequency jammer to her is a mating call to these guys. Wonderful. At least they’re not fighting over her. So yeah, she decides that now would be a good time to move…
I must say, I’m impressed at how big those turbolifts appear to be. I mean, how else does one K.O. two Stormtroopers in a small room with four people? Or perhaps I should be impressed with the fact that Kanan can do that in a small space. And on top of that, Zeb brings in another two downed ‘troopers shortly afterward! What happened to the other two?? Must have a garbage chute in here or something. Anyway, he and Ezra make a run for Luminara’s cell while Zeb and Sabine keep watch over the turbolift. And after a bit of Jedi-Mind-Tricking the ‘trooper guards, our duo has found their way in. But yeahhh problem it appears that Luminara is actually a really fancy realistic hologram-thing. And she’s been dead for a while. A part of me was really bummed because I got my hopes up a lot, and of course, Master Unduli is one of my favorite Jedi. But honestly, though I couldn’t predict exactly what would happen to her, I kinda figured she wouldn’t make it out of this episode alive one way or the other. If she had been alive and able to train Ezra, it probably would’ve split him up from the rest of the Ghost crew, and certainly we can’t have that happen. It’s a sad thing, but honestly necessary for the situation. I was just watching the Geonosis 4-parter yesterday, actually, and it felt good to see her in her prime, being the wise, brave, (though slightly bullheaded) and awesome Jedi she was. However she died originally, it’s good to be reminded of who she was. Ah but here I am writing this whole obituary for Luminara when we’re about to find out why the Empire used her to lead our heroes here. Cue The Inquisitor. Ah yes! The ‘pauan guy I said was so scary “he made Darth Maul cry” (among other terrible memes I did that I won’t bother linking here)! Boy it really is something seeing him up close and personal right now. Man he really is a pretty frightening sight with those red-yellow-black eyes and those nasty sharp teeth. And yet he’s actually very classy. I might not’ve pegged him for that at first, but I like that he’s rather distinguished in the midst of his malice. So after reiterating that he did use Luminara as a trap (and apparently for other remaining Jedi too… O_O ), a seriously intense lightsaber battle broke out between The ‘Quiz and Master Jarrus. It’s definitely one of the coolest lightsaber duels I’ve ever seen ever, no question about that. And then Quizzy has to go and start pointing out all of the flaws in Kanan’s ‘saber moves and all the different ways his master’s teaching didn’t work. Yeah like you have any say in this at all, Mr.-I-Throw-Around-A-Fancy-Lightsaber-But-Aren’t-A-Sith! And Ezra’s on the sidelines watching this, perhaps some of this discussion on Kanan’s Jedi schooling bringing about some understanding. Though really, again, ‘Quiz, why would you waste your time reading up on every Jedi’s history?? Guess there’s something to be said for thoroughness, but it’s still not cool. Ezra finally pulls out his laser-slingshot, which has little to no effect on Quizzy… but does make for a sufficient distraction to pull out a detanator to make an exit for our heroes. But that hardly stops The Inquisitor. ‘Cause btw his lightsaber is double-bladed and has a spinny thing so he can do fancy tricks without a lot of effort. He obviously doesn’t see these two Padawans as much threat, but Kanan’s still slinging his ‘saber and Ezra’s still throwing in some laser-slingshots. And then ‘Quiz finally decided to level the playing field and Force-throws Kanan across the hall, putting Ezra in the middle. Ezra is totally awesome here as he still stands to defend Kanan, even with only his slingshot. And wow I must say I’ve never heard anyone say “Are you ready to die?” with such class as Quizzy here. And then Master Jarrus does something incredibly awesome and uses the Force to paste ‘Quiz to the ceiling, giving Ezra a chance to escape death by red blade. Gahh the feels!! OK so yeah now the two are back on the run… with The Inquisitor close behind, showing off his spinny lightsaber thing.
Our heroes finally join up with Sabine and Zeb as they make a dash to the landing dock, and all the while the Spire’s going on lockdown and doors are closing left and right and oh yeah Quizzy’s still following. And not even a closed door can stand between that guy and his nasty ‘saber. As for our heroes, it seems they’ve reached a dead end… up until Kanan and Ezra work together to use the Force to raise the door! Yay teamwork! And then there’s a bunch of ‘troopers on the other side. But problem solved by teamwork (and detanators!). Oh, and Hera now had the power of her flying-critter “boyfriends” at her side. Those gentle giants aren’t so gentle to the Imperials, that’s for sure 🙂 And thus our heroes make it safely aboard the Phantom and are on their way! Just after narrowly missing a flying lightsaber courtesy of the ‘Quiz, who seems a bit quietly amused by their escape attempt. Yeah he knows he’ll get ’em one of these days… or so he thinks.
Later on, in the quiet outside the Ghost, Ezra and Kanan unexpectedly have a really heartfelt talk. Kanan didn’t really want to stop training Ezra, he just didn’t see himself as qualified, like Luminara would’ve been. But Ezra makes all of us “aww” our heads off when he said “But I don’t want the best master, I want you!” (which he realized shortly afterward sounded pretty lame). Kanan then went on to say that he wouldn’t try to teach Ezra, but he would, in his own way coming to understand the meaning of Yoda’s words, and showing some real amazing growth between this unconventional master and apprentice. And then they go and do some lightsaber practice together, evoking the feeling of a father and son playing catch. Who knows what will ultimately become of these two and where there journey will lead, but whatever happens, they’re going to do their best, and they’re going to do it together.
So wow oh gosh the feels right now…! I am constantly amazed at how much they continue to raise the bar with each episode! So yeah I have nothing important to add here. Except perhaps to say Happy Halloween to everybody out there 🙂 And of course…

Keep The Peace,
– Twilight

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