Clone Corridor’s Look At Clone Wars’s Most Famous Scene

Rogue47 breaks down what is perhaps the most significant and most famous scene in the series, when Ahsoka leaves the Jedi Order and Anakin behind:

think this scene can hold its ground when compared to Anakin’s farewell to his mother in The Phantom Menace, Shmi’s death in Attack of the Clones, the final moments of Obi Wan and Anakin’s encounter in Revenge of the Sith, the death of Yoda in Return of the Jedi or Han and Leia’s Í love you, I know’ scene from Empire Strikes Back. Just like those scenes Ahsoka’s departure in the final moments of season 5 of The Clone Wars is a pivotal moment in the Saga of which we have not yet fully seen the consequences.

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5 Responses to “Clone Corridor’s Look At Clone Wars’s Most Famous Scene”

  1. Bob Clark Says:

    Interesting. When I think “the most famous scene in The Clone Wars”, I don’t think Ashoka’s departure. I think maybe some of the battle sequences from the first Geonosis episode. Maybe the Qui-Gon scenes from Mortis.

  2. bansheegun Says:

    Somewhat relevant. Don’t know if anyone is a fan of tattoos but I found this cool Queen Amidala Skull tat while browsing IG recommendations.

    • lazypadawan Says:

      Those were done at Celebration, by High Voltage no less (Kat Von D’s tattoo shop in Hollywood, but she wasn’t at the con).

  3. maychild Says:

    I know this isn’t on-topic, but this is just too cool for words:

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