Not knowing Ahsoka's experiences between The Clone Wars and Rebels at times presented challenges for Eckstein's performance. Ahsoka first appears in the Clone Wars film as a year-old  Padawan apprentice newly assigned to Anakin Skywalker. Yoda assigns her to Anakin to teach him a greater sense of responsibility, and Anakin is initially frustrated by this decision. Ahsoka reappears in Star Wars Rebels , where she uses the codename Fulcrum. Ahsoka appears in the Star Wars Forces of Destiny series. Until her identity is revealed in the season finale, she disguises her appearance by using an altered voice and appearing as a hooded hologram. Blaster Death Star Lightsaber.
Allyson. Age: 21.
Palpatine then makes his presence known as he attempts to force Ezra into bringing him into the realm.
Gabrielle. Age: 29.
Her impetuous nature both annoys and endears her to her master, and, by the end of the film, Anakin reveals a newfound affection for his padawan. Giving Anakin responsibility for a Padawan was meant to place the character in a role that forced him to become more cautious and responsible. Eckstein said Filoni wanted her to bring some of her own personality into the Ahsoka character; he told her that her actions and speech between audition takes had a bigger impact on her getting the role than the actual audition. Blaster Death Star Lightsaber. Although eventually exonerated, she becomes disillusioned with the Jedi Council and leaves the Jedi Order in the season finale. The show's writers were excited for Ahsoka's return in the second season, and Filoni was anxious about Rebels instead becoming "The Ahsoka Tano Show".