Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 8 Reveals Ahsoka Tano's Secret

The latest episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 is finally here and it looks like Ahsoka Tano is going right back where she started. Although the former Jedi has been hiding a huge secret all this time, Together Again has just exposed her to the people she is trying to help.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 8. Proceed with caution.

In Together Again, Ahsoka decided to cut a deal with the Pykes so they would release Trace and Rafa Martez. Although it worked, the sisters still tried to find a way to return to Oba Diah and rescue Ahsoka in return. Interestingly, when they are finally back on the planet, they come across a shocking discovery: Ahsoka was once a Jedi.

It's a huge surprise for the sisters considering that they have both been vocal about their distrust for the Jedi. After all, a Jedi was responsible for the death of their parents and have pointedly ignored the people of Coruscant at the time of war. Nevertheless, Trace and Rafa still chose to help Ahsoka out of her predicament and brought her back to Coruscant.

Interestingly, the Martez sisters are not the only ones who made a shocking discovery. Ahsoka also found out that Maul is the one who has been controlling the Pyke Syndicate all this time. Needless to say, her fight against Maul is far from over, as confirmed when Bo-Katan Kryze and her fellow members of the Death Watch decided to follow Ahsoka and convinced her to return to Mandalore.

Things are truly getting exciting in The Clone Wars as we draw closer to the epic conclusion. We just can't wait to see Ahsoka face off against Maul all over again.

The latest episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 is currently streaming on Disney+.

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