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SPECULATION Kanan and Ezra's Fate

Discussion in 'Star Wars: Rebels' started by Lumpawarrump, Nov 21, 2014.

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    Then there wouldn't be any point to their characters
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    I don't know if that's entirely true. Sure, they could do more in the series if they survive, but after all, this series is called Rebels. They've done a ton to help establish and grow the Rebel Alliance in three seasons, and I'm sure Season 4 will only see them doing more.
     
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    I meant as people since theyve been fleshed out so much
     
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    I think Kanan will indeed die by the end of Season 4. I have a feeling, like many of you, that Ezra will survive the series. I feel like Kanan's death might do what Maul never could: push him to the Dark Side. But, who knows? I'm just ready to quit all the speculation (though it is incredibly fun to ponder and discuss) and see what happens.

    Sidebar: I know this is a thread about Kanan and Ezra, but more so than where they end up; I'm dying to see Ashoka return.
     
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    I hope Ezra and Ahsoka leave for outer Rim worlds so they can be in next movies like TLJ etc... Imagine Ahsoka being able to tell Luke about Anakin and Padame before the fall.
     
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    I'd like to see Ezra and Kanan die fighting Vader. They would sacrifice themselves protecting the knowledge that Obi-Wan Kenobi is alive and living on Tatooine protecting Luke. Imagine if Vader was about to find out Obi-Wan was alive? If he tracked him down on Tatooine it would probably lead him Owen and Beru and Luke. Ezra and Kanan would have protected the "new hope" and helped start a chain of events that ultimately destroy the Sith.
     
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    My mistake, Fhantom II:D
     
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    I wonder if something can happen to Ezra that severs his connection to the Force. Maybe something that kills Kanan (I believe he will die) but severs Ezra’s connection. Leaving him alive but no longer connected or detectable by Yoda and Obi Wan. They can believe he dies with Kanan. Maybe then Sabine can take him to care for him and his ultimate fate is left somewhat open.
     
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    The establishment of the unknown regions and the inclusion of two characters from the unknown regions (Thrawn and Rukh) gives the creators (Filoni et al.) a way of explaining why Ezra is not around during the events of the OT without killing him off. Ezra could end up there.
     
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    They established more than a couple of characters - a whole race of Lasat that is already on Lira San, in Wild Space. A force sensitive race, at that.
     
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    Somewhere in here probably
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    Wild space is not the same as unknown regions. Taken from Wookieepedia:
    Source: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Unknown_Regions

    However, your point that Ezra might disappear to Wild Space (e.g., Lira San) or the Unknown Regions stands. There is no functional difference between them.
     
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    The two Kanan and Ezra's Fate threads have been merged.

    It's interesting to read what people thought a couple of years ago and what we think now, as the end is near. :(
     
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    Those names should be changed because they always confuse me .
     
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    Star Wars is a generational story - Qui-Gon, Obi-wan, Padme, Han, Leia, Anakin/Vader, Palpatine - all character's we've seen die during the course of the story, do they all serve no purpose?

    A character dying doesn't erase their purpose or make their story pointless.
     
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    the difference is that those characters you named are all connected to each other...Kanan an Ezra, while they helped the rebellion aren't part of those specific generational stories that are tied.
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    They are still part of the same, large generational story. The whole point of a story like that is that we see the beginnings and ENDINGS of characters.

    Just because their lives end doesn't mean their story is pointless.
     
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    This is what I often try to say whenever the issue of Luke's 'destiny' comes into question. It is possible for them to survive with the size of the Star Wars universe but this franchise has a habit of off killing characters they either have an dislike for or seem to have lost 'relevance' to the current story line. Kanan and Ezra managed to survive this long, so my hope is they take an back seat in the Rebellion from a different sector since we know their preparations to free Lothal were disrupted by Thrawn's ambush.

    (original x1)
     
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    First - them "taking a back seat" makes no sense and is completely against character.

    Second - it still underminds the OT.
     
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    Alright, I can understand how it under minds the original trilogy but there be a number of different reasons why no one mentions neither Kanan or Ezra. Whatever it is, it does not always have to end in death.
     
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