You know how the old saying goes: if you hear the voice of a Jedi you haven’t seen in a few years or more calling out to you through the Force, you can safely assume that said Jedi is quite dead and using space magic to make the most expensive sort of collect call from the hereafter. Or, alternatively, the Jedi’s just messing with you. Playing a kind of mind trick, if you will. Spoilers ahoy!
In response to the outraged cries of Star Wars fans who heard Ahsoka Tano’s voice amongst the chorus of Jedi who called out to Rey (presumably from beyond the grave) during The Rise of Skywalker’s climactic battle between her and Emperor Palpatine, Star Wars Rebels co-creator Dave Filoni took to his Twitter account with a cheeky message from Gandalf of all people. Make of it what you will.
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