Why Anakin Skywalker"s Force Ghost Appeared In Ahsoka Episode 8

  • Anakin's Force Ghost confirms that Ahsoka is on the right path and no longer needs his guidance.
  • Anakin's last appearance confirms that the World Between Worlds was a real experience, not just a vision.
  • Anakin's Force Ghost serves as closure for his story and allows him to make amends with Ahsoka for his actions as Darth Vader.
Ahsoka season 1 brought back Hayden Christensen's Anakin Skywalker to Star Wars, his Force Ghost appearing at the end of episode 8 "Part Eight: The Jedi, the Witch, and the Warlord." As Ahsoka Tano's former Jedi Master, Anakin's return made perfect sense in Ahsoka, showcasing their long-awaited reunion in live-action. However, the reason for Anakin's appearance in Ahsoka episode 8 may not be as apparent on first viewing.
Force Ghosts have always been one of the most mysterious aspects of the Star Wars universe, as they don't conform to an established set of rules. Even so, Force Ghosts always serve a crucial role in Star Wars, conveying what can be achieved through the Force while guiding the hero on their quest as a Jedi. Anakin may be silent in the final shot of Ahsoka episode 8, but his brief appearance serves the same purpose as he did at the end of the Star Wars original trilogy.


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