We’ve already had this historic Star Wars moment thanks to Ahsoka

If “Ahsoka”‘s first episode already set a record, one can only speculate as to what the programme may achieve next.
Ahsoka
The eagerly awaited Star Wars television series Ahsoka delivers in its two-episode debut. It has all the elements of a Star Wars show: the continuous conflict between the Jedi and the Sith, artefacts containing a hidden map, and amazing fight sequences. Characters from live-action shows like The Mandalorian as well as animated films like The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels are present. The character Ahsoka, around whom the plot revolves but whom viewers have been clamouring to see more of, is introduced, and it gives insight on their story. It also features a revolutionary scenario that has never been seen in a live-action Star Wars movie or television show before, and it's difficult to miss this magnificent battle scene.

The Lightsaber Duel Between Sabine and Shin Will Go Down In Star Wars History.

This female-driven television show is already challenging stereotypes for young padawans nationwide. It slashes straight through the typical one woman to a group of guys ratio and provides us a lineup of hard-core, fierce female protagonists instead. Additionally, this is the first time in the history of Star Wars that a live-action movie or TV show featured two women engaged in a fierce lightsaber duel. In the first episode of Ahsoka, Natasha Liu Bordizzo's Sabine Wren and Ivanna Sakhno's Shin Hati square off in a spectacular display of lightsaber battle. You'll want to watch this vicious battle scene over and over. It's brief but heartbreaking. Shin makes a reference to Darth Maul (Ray Park) from The Phantom Menace at one point by quickly whirling her cloak. Strong eye contact and sabres are drawn.
Sabres soar through the air, there are intense staredowns, and one of them stays down. There will undoubtedly be another epic confrontation between these two heroes.In one specific scene, Shin spins her cloak quickly in a manner reminiscent to Darth Maul (Ray Park) from The Phantom Menace. Sabres soar through the air, there are intense staredowns, and one of them stays down. There will undoubtedly be another epic confrontation between these two heroes.
But is this actually a breakthrough? Or simply cool? Star Wars features several battles between women. But unlike Sabine, Rey (Daisy Ridley) never engaged in a direct female-on-female combat situation, despite having numerous amazing lightsaber encounters where she displayed her Jedi abilities and assisted in the defeat of the First Order. Given the existence of the Star Wars property since 1977, it is reasonable to argue that a fight involving two ladies with lightsabers is significant. Fighting among two women is extremely uncommon, even in cartoon television.
There were incredible female characters before Ahsoka, despite the fact that women are just now beginning to receive greater attention in Star Wars. Because Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) pioneered the path for many women in the Star Wars world by being a complete rebel herself, she is the natural choice to mention first. She defeated Jabba the Hutt, saved Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker, went up against James Earl Jones' Darth Vader, and took charge of her own rescue operation after the boys failed. Without Leia, there would never have been a chance for more tough female characters in Star Wars. She flips the cliché of the damsel in distress.
There were incredible female characters before Ahsoka, despite the fact that women are just now beginning to receive greater attention in Star Wars. Because Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) pioneered the path for many women in the Star Wars world by being a complete rebel herself, she is the natural choice to mention first. She defeated Jabba the Hutt, saved Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker, went up against James Earl Jones' Darth Vader, and took charge of her own rescue operation after the boys failed. Without Leia, there would never have been a chance for more tough female characters in Star Wars. She flips the cliché of the damsel in distress.

In the first episode of the series, Ahsoka also eliminates many adversaries.

Sabine may have made Star Wars live-action history, but it doesn't mean there aren't any other memorable brawls to mention. Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) clearly demonstrates her skills and cunning in the first two episodes. She immediately embarks on a quest of her own and uses her lightsaber to cut a circle in the roof to gain access to the temple, where a priceless starmap has been concealed. Later, she uses the same techniques to defeat a horde of assassin droids that are pursuing her in an effort to get their hands on the map. Her abilities are limitless as she battles the Sith.
Ahsoka later faces off against an assassin droid and a disguised Inquisitor while on the New Republic Shipyards in Corellia, after she and General Hera Syndulla (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) had discovered and eliminated several Empire supporters. Lots of lightsaber action was promised to us, and thus far, it has been packaged in a lovely bow. But let's face it: Ahsoka only gets out of bed when she has more than one opponent to contend with. Anything else would be a waste of her abilities.

‘Ahsoka’ Illustrates Sabine’s Continued Education

As Ahsoka declares at the conclusion of the episode, Sabine is still a padawan and has to learn more about utilising the Force, despite the fact that she is rather skilled with a lightsaber herself. However, that doesn't mean she isn't resourceful in her own way. Unlocking the map to Thrawn requires Sabine to decipher a code. Although she loses the map to Shin during their lightsaber fight, she is still able to fit the pieces together and further Ahsoka's search for not only Thrawn but another crucial person.
Aside from losing the map, Sabine is struggling after losing her best friend, Ezra. She has modified his lightsaber to make it uniquely her own, but she is having a hard time adjusting without him. She decides not to participate in the morning ritual since doing so would force her to consider him. The situation could change now that Ahsoka is returned, and it's even possible that Ezra is still alive. Some optimism for the future comes along with that opportunity. In order to complete Sabine's training and, perhaps, find Ezra, Ahsoka and Sabine set out to discover the map.
If Ahsoka's debut episode created history, one can only speculate about what the programme may achieve in the future. And that's not even getting into everything going on with Morgan Elsbeth (Diana Lee Inosanto), who is causing havoc with the Sith. This show has so much potential to achieve amazing things and take its audience on wonderful experiences. But now that Ahsoka has picked up where she left off with Sabine's training, there will undoubtedly be more memorable conflicts and lessons to be learned, as well as perhaps more great lightsaber bouts involving the show's fierce female characters.

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