The recently released Ahsoka series has finally made its way into one of the most controversial series of Star Wars. In the Vast world of superheroes and characters where anything is possible, Ahsoka Tano has emerged as another exciting character in Star Wars.

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The fourth episode of Ahsoka’s program included a surprising event. In the Star Wars Holiday Special, they had previously employed actual technology. This is noteworthy because Star Wars founder George Lucas didn’t like that. In this article, we will unveil that thing which George Lucas disliked.

Ahsoka’s Episode 4 Unearths Forgotten Star Wars Tech

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Renowned and one of the best American filmmakers George Lucas‘s least favorite technology has been utilized in the ongoing and all-new Ahsoka series starring Rosario Dawson. This is seen in the fourth episode of Ahsoka, where the technology used is quite unpopular and controversial in a project known as the Star Wars Holiday Special for which Lucas had a negative opinion. The Star Wars universe is huge and it’s not hard for any filmmaker now to make viewers feel unrealistic about a scene and when it’s about Star Wars they never fail to amaze fans.

Fans of Star Wars will find something captivating in Ahsoka episode 4. Hera Syndulla from Star Wars Rebels makes a guest appearance in the episode, and several sequences are set on the ghost, her ship, in the cockpit. A charming Easter egg may be found if seen closely a picture of Jedi Master Kanan Jarrus, who was Hera’s boyfriend and sadly lost his life defending his comrades against the Empire. This is notable because, in contrast to the franchise’s traditional usage of posters, printed photographs are now appearing for the first time in an official Star Wars tale. The only time a printed image had been seen before was in the infamous Star Wars Holiday Special, which even George Lucas didn’t like.

Star Wars has Often Made Headlines for Noticed Mistakes

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Star Wars has previously generated news headlines too. The size of this world ensures that it is constantly on fans’ minds. When a mistake in the current Ahsoka series was attentively observed, it quickly went viral among Star Wars’ ardent following. The mistake Star Wars made with Ahsoka was widely discussed on social media. A grammatical error from the Star Wars Ahsoka series’ opening crawl was previously released online by Rolling Stone Senior Writer Brian Hiatt, making news and alerting viewers to it. The writer posted on his X account for viewers and fans to have clarity of what the error exactly was.

This occurrence was quite not normal as a similar mistake was seen before, Ahsoka highlighted an opening that was last seen in the Skywalker Saga, which culminated in Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. Views and avid enthusiasts were quick to notice it and eventually, it was known to all the fans. Hiatt also spotted a mismatch between the terms “that” and “which,” with the line reading “learned of a secret map which is vital to the enemy’s plan.” Technically, “that” should be used in place of the word “which” and this is not the first time that Star Wars has allowed an error of this nature to occur. Even with such errors, Star Wars continues to expand and increase its fanbase globally.

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