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Samurai Imperial Guard cosplay by Ryan Kappes But in the last two seasons, Ezra and Kanan have effectively become Out of the three main light side Force wielders (Kanan, Ezra, Ahsoka) he's the most Jedi-ish and the most . But Star Wars film need to meet its quota for weird old unsexy aliens to. Ezra ran in the lounge room where Kanan was fortunately resting. She and Rex have been dying to meet the boy." Kanan sat "I meant the superhero costume. Ezra looked up at Ahsoka as he held his things tightly. "Well. Jarrus may have lived that life forever had he not met Hera Syndulla, a Twi'lek In their first trip to the Jedi Temple on Lothal, both Kanan and Ezra had Force Now Kanan was left blind and without Ahsoka, feeling both hopeless and helpless. Cosplay · DC · Destiny · Disney · Doctor Who · Dragon Ball · Elder Scrolls.
Kanan met Hera at the planet Gorse and its moon Cynda approximately six years prior to the events in Star Wars Rebels. During an incident relating to the mining operations on Cynda, Kanan revealed himself to be a Jedi and instructed Hera to keep his secret.
He then joined The Ghost as a crew member. Not much more is known about Kanan and Hera's past together though they are obviously close, sometimes bickering like a married couple. She used to address him by using endearments, but she hasn't done that in a while. When the Ghost crew met Hera's father Cham Syndulla, Kanan was visibly nervous about meeting him, due to nature of his relationship with Hera.
Before leaving for Malachor, Kanan promised a distressed Hera that they would "see each other again" before lovingly embracing her. However, Kanan was blinded by Maul, and upon his return to base was metaphorically unable to fulfill that promise to brokenhearted Hera.
Although Hera understood the importance and necessity of Kanan and Ezra's mission to Malachor, she was reluctant to let them go and subsequently was brokenhearted when Kanan returned blind, having broken his promise to "see her again. Sabine Wren Kanan and Sabine. Sabine looked up to Kanan due to his leadership skills and abilities.
It has been shown that Sabine gets annoyed by Kanan, calling him frustrating. But, when Kanan was captured by the Empire, Sabine showed that she was willing to go to the extreme to save him. The one thing they agree on, is helping Ezra through his troubled past. Kanan was also the one who was finally able to learn about Sabine's troubled past. However, he still agreed to let Zeb bid Chopper in a game of Sabacc.
When Zeb lost the game, Chopper was then given to Lando Calrissian. Later on in the episode Kanan attempts to give Chopper orders, but Chopper, still angry at Zeb and Him, reminded them that he no longer is part of the crew and doesn't do what he's asked.
Towards the end of the season in the episode "Rebel Resolve" Chopper is found by Ezra in Kanan's quarters, obviously missing his friend.
After a small talk with Ezra, he joins Sabine and him in attempting to find Kanan, who at the time was in custody of The Empire. This tactic proved useful as Chop found where Kanan was being held, before escaping the ship and going back into the Ghost to tell them the information. Whilst talking to Kanan, he told him how he should believe in Ezra. Kanan, let's find out how strong.
It is currently unknown if Kanan and Ahsoka knew each other during the Clone Wars. During Vaders raid on the Rebel fleet, Ahsoka asked Kanan to help her find out who was in the TIE Fighter, where Kanan asked how he could help, which Ahsoka responded with "Just remember your training".
After Ahsoka found out that Vader's her former master, she fainted in Kanan's arms with him deeply concern for her safety. When he met the clones, he didn't trust them but would calm down when Ezra mentioned that Ahsoka trusted him, which shows he trusts her. In Future of the Force, Kanan asked about Ahsoka when she was fighting the inquisitors, shown that he's worried about her going against them alone and was the first one to suggest that they couldn't leave her.
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Kanan was saddened when Ahsoka sacrificed herself to give him and Ezra more time to escape from Darth Vader. Captain Rex Main article: Rex Kanan and Rex salute each other. Kanan has a strong mistrust for Rex due to the occurrences of Order 66while Rex feels that Kanan is not as competent a warrior as other Jedi he has served with during the Clone Wars. However, Rex wanted to make sure they were worked together and to allay Kanan's distrust, he told him he and his clone brothers removed their control chips allowing them to ignore their order.
Kanan pondered on this explanation as it seemed to change some of his opinion. As they both started teaching Ezra, they conflicted on what Ezra needed to learn as a Rebel and bickered to the point of trying to show the other up occasionally.
When they went undercover as stormtroopers to rescue Ezra, Commander Sato, and his crew, they managed to work together well in a way reminescent of the Clone Troopers and their Jedi Generals during the Clone Wars, and when Rex chose to remain behind to give the others cover and time to escape, Kanan went back to rescue the old soldier, and finally put his animosity towards clones behind him when he gave Rex a salute of respect, which the captain gladly returned.
It was there Ezra first met Maul, who had shed the title of Darth and befriended Ezra, portraying himself as a helpful stranger in need of help himself. His real goal, however, was to acquire a Sith holocron at the heart of the temple and destroy the Sith Lords who had wronged him so many years ago.
In a fight over that holocron, Maul blinded Kanan with a swipe of a lightsaber. Soon after, Ahsoka fought Vader in that same temple and was believed to have died.
Now Kanan was left blind and without Ahsoka, feeling both hopeless and helpless.
However, over time Kanan learned how to more fully use his other senses to compensate for his inability to see and his Force abilities grew exponentially, as did his connection to the Force. His fighting skills and Force skills, along with his love of Hera, Ezra, Sabine, and Zeb helped him forge connections that only enhanced his abilities further. Again, Jarrus took the things he had learned and, because he lacked formal training, improvised and found his own way to a better and more powerful understanding.
Hera was captured by Governor Pryce on Lothal and Kanan, understanding that he was in love with Hera and his decision making could be compromised, tasked Ezra to lead the mission. He did, indeed, rescue Hera and the two finally declared their love for one another. But, sadly, there was no happily ever after for them.
Just as all of them were about to escape the Imperial compound, Governor Pryce fired a missile at the fuel pod the escape ship was hovering over. Kanan had just enough warning to hold back the force of the explosion using the Force, but the explosion could not be stopped. In this moment, Kanan had a choicesacrifice himself to save the others or potentially kill them all in an effort to escape with them. Like his master before him, Caleb Dume gave his life to give those he loved time to run.
I believe, in the end, he understood why his master gave her life and he realized that a true Master chooses the lives of others over their own. Geekgirldiva I know words are supposed to go here, but I'm a rebel. Phoenix Squadron to be exact.