Fans of the hit Star Wars cartoon series, The Clone Wars, often find themselves wondering these days when and how Star Wars creator George Lucas will wrap up the life of Ahsoka Tano; does he simply kill her or is there a way to save her?
A Way To Save Ahsoka
With Episode I: The Phantom Menace returning to theaters this year in 3D, many have speculated that the rest of the saga will follow suit; and chances are that when we'd finally get a chance to see Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Lucas will have probably decided that just modifying the films into 3D isn't working as planned and that additional scenes will help drive more people to the theaters.
Here could be a possible additional scene added.
After escorting Palpatine back to the Republic Executive Building on Coruscant, Obi-Wan argues about how many times Anakin has saved him; right after the line "Ninth time. Cato Neimoidia doesn't count; it was your fault in the first place" the conversation would now include the following dialog...
Anakin - "if Ahsoka was here she'd agree with me."
Kenobi - "well how unfortunate for you that she's out on assignment in the Outer Rim"
And there you have it folks. These two lines of additional dialog could save Ahsoka Tano from what many feel is a certain death in The Clone Wars cartoon series.
How Ahsoka's Life Should End
First, since such a relationship between Anakin and Ahsoka has been established in The Clone Wars cartoon, then that's where her death should take place. Also a nice way to push Anakin a little bit closer towards the Dark Side too.
There are several other characters created for The Clone Wars that also need to be wrapped up; Cad Bane and Captain Rex being two of the most prominent. If left up to us we'd have Bane kill Rex, Ahsoka seek Bane for vengeance, but be unsuccessful and lose her life. Now to close out the Bane story arc, you have a teenage Boba Fett step up to the plate and take out Bane, which establishes a relationship between Anakin and Fett, which obviously becomes useful when we get to Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
What do you guys think? How / When do you feel Ahsoka's story should end?