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‘The Clone Wars’ Fan Art Roundup – “Victory and Death”

Art inspired by the final episode in the Siege of Mandalore arc and the last ever episode of 'The Clone Wars', "Victory and Death"

Ended the Clone Wars have. A finale years in the making, the bittersweet “Victory and Death” bids a fond farewell to the prequel trilogy era and ushers in the period commonly known as “The Dark Times”. A fitting end to a much-loved series and an emotional roller-coaster from start to finish as we see Ahsoka Tano and Rex wrestling with moral dilemmas and fighting for their very survival against seemingly insurmountable odds.

So, what’s next for Ahsoka Tano? Rumour has it that she may make an appearance in the upcoming season of The Mandalorian and there are whispers of a new animated series that will follow Ahsoka and Sabine Wren on their quest to find Jedi apprentice and former Ghost crew member Ezra Bridger. But while we wait for some official announcements from Lucasfilm, why not enjoy these artworks inspired by the Clone Wars finale, “Victory and Death”?

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Credit: All of the artworks featured in this article are property of their respective artists. If your art has been published here against your wishes or has been incorrectly attributed, please let me know.


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About Kelly M - Team Ahsoka (190 Articles)
Kelly M is an avid 'Star Wars' fan hailing from Gibraltar and living the geek life in the Netherlands. She is the admin and chief content creator for Team Ahsoka and you can find her on Twitter under the names @TeamAhsoka and @Kello_Ren.

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