- This article is about the Star Wars minifigure. For the Prince of Persia minifigure with a similar first name, see Asoka.
- 2008-2010 Variant
The First variant of Ahsoka represents the character as she appears in Seasons 1 and 2 in The Clone Wars. Her skin colour is orange and is shown on her head, arms and parts of her torso. Ahsoka's head is orange with some white markings to the left and right of her mouth and above the eyes, representing the natural white skin pigmentation on the Togruta species. Ahsoka's eyes are white with blue irises and black pupils. Black eyelashes are printed on the top eyelids. Her mouth has smiling lips printed on. On top of the head is a special piece currently exclusive the the Ahsoka minifigure. The piece is white with dark blue stripes and features lekku, or head-tails, at the bottom, which fall in front of the torso, and small montrals, which are seen as small points on the top of the piece. Ahsoka's green headdress is also on the piece and is printed in green. The torso is mainly orange and has printing of a neckline above a horizontal brown strip of cloth. Below that is printing of a belt with a gold buckle, a pouch and two capsules. Both the hips and hands are brown and her legs are light grey.
- 2013 Variant
Ahsoka's 2013 variant wears the same headdress and a similar head piece as the first. The difference in the facial printing comes in the form of a scowl on one side, with the other featuring a wider smile than the original variant. Her torso piece is brown and, unlike the previous variant, covers most of the skin. However, a small triangular splash of orange is located in the center of the chest and two slivers of orange are located at the sides, representing armholes. Ahsoka's arms are orange and her hands brown. Armholes are also printed on the back of the torso, as is a whole in the back, with orange printing used to represent skin. Feminine curves are located on either side of the torso and a dark brown belt with a lighter coloured buckle is located at the bottom, just above the hips. These features are continued over to the back of the torso as well, with a utility pouch printed on in the center of the back of the belt. The hips themselves, which are a lighter brown than the legs, continue the buckle pattern and have printing of a small pouch on each side. In the center of the legs, split into three parts, is printing of a purple flap of cloth with swirling and curved markings. Included with this minifigure are two green-bladed ligthsabers with silver hilts.
- Rebels Vartiant
Since Ahsoka is older in Rebels, she received a new headdress that is longer. Her eyes are no longer "cartoon" like and are competently blue. Ahsoka now reuses Asajj Ventress's light saber hilts.
In the Video Games
Ahsoka makes her first and to date only video game appearance in LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Ahsoka's appearance is based on her first physical variant, but her eyes are changed to black dot-eyes, with white pupils and less detailed eyelashes. Like most Jedi, she has the ability to perform a lightsaber throw, attack and deflect lasers with her lightsaber, perform a double-jump, use the Force to attack and build objects, perform actions that only lightsaber wielders can in specified areas, and jump up sets of walls by burying her lightsaber in one wall and leaping to the next. Ahsoka performs attacks with her lightsaber with a reverse grip, reflecting the style she commonly uses in The Clone Wars series.
At a young age, Ahsoka was discovered by Jedi Master Plo Koon and raised in the Jedi Temple. Later, when she became Anakin Skywalker's Padawan, she followed her Master on several missions. Her first adventure with Anakin was delivering Rotta the Huttlet back to his father. She also fought in the Second Battle of Geonosis along with her Master, Luminara Unduli and her Padawan, Barriss Offee. Ahsoka also had a role in capturing the bounty hunters Bossk, Aurra Sing, and Boba Fett when they held hostages on Florrum. As the Clone Wars progressed, Ahsoka took to using a shoto (shortened lightsaber) along with her regular blade.
Later, she was framed for blowing up the Jedi Temple Hanger and murdering the bomber. With the help of an unseen person, she escaped her cell and sought refuge in the Coruscant underworld, where she teamed up with Asajj Ventress and, with the help of Barriss Offee at the Jedi Temple, found what appeared to be clues that she hoped would lead to the real murderer. She was later captured by Commander Wolffe after dueling with a masked assailant wielding Ventress's lightsabers. The Jedi Council expelled her from the order and Ahsoka was put on trial by the Senate. The cry for the death sentence gained overwhelming support until Anakin, who had been attempting to track down the true mastermind, revealed that Barriss, Ahsoka's one-time friend, was guilty of both the temple bombing and attacking Ahsoka. The trial dealt with Barriss from then on and Ahsoka was offered a place back in the Jedi Order. After considering, however, she refused, as she felt alienated that the Jedi Council hadn't trusted her and she wanted to sort her thoughts on her own.
14 years after the creation of the Galactic Empire, she was involved in a rebel movement, and worked with Senator Bail Organa of Alderaan, under the code name 'Fulcrum'. She communicated frequently with rebel cells around the galaxy, and she soon came across the Lothal rebels. She provided them with enemy intelligence crucial to attack the Empire in certain missions. During the rescue of Kanan Jarrus, the leader of the Lothal rebels, the rebels lost their stolen Gozanti-class cruiser, making them unable to jump to hyperspace. The rebels were attacked by armadas of TIE fighters and Star Destroyers, however, Chopper unexpectedly brought in The Ghost and 3 CR-90 corvettes to aid them. Briefly unbeknownst to the rebels, the assistance was from Senator Organa and Fulcrum, the latter being inside The Ghost. Once the rebels were safely away from The Sovereign, Fulcrum revealed herself to actually be Ahsoka Tano, former apprentice of Anakin Skywalker, and then informed them that there is a much wider rebel network out there in the galaxy, and that the Lothal rebels were one of the many rebel cells.
- She is one of two Togruta that have been released as minifigures, the other being Shaak Ti. Ashla is another Togruta but was never released in physical form.
- For her first two variations she used the same headdress, as for her Rebels variant she revived a new piece that is longer much like Shaak Ti's.
- Her Rebels variation has her with blue blades, but they should be transparent clear.
- In the shows, Ahsoka was voiced by Ashley Eckstein who also voiced Cheetah in the DC Super Hero Girls franchise.
- 7675 AT-TE
- 7680 The Twilight
- 7751 Ahsoka's Starfighter and Vulture Droid
- 8037 Anakin's Y-Wing Starfighter
- 8098 Clone Turbo Tank
- 853037 Magnet Set Anakin, Senate Commando and Ahsoka
- 852353 Ahsoka Key Chain
- 75013 Umbaran MHC (2013 variant)
- 75046 Coruscant Police Gunship (2013 variant)
- 75158 Rebel Combat Frigate (Rebels)
- 75283 AAT (Season 7, Mandalore)
- 75310 Duel on Mandalore
Video Game Appearances
Gallery of Variants
7680 The Twilight<br … 7675 AT-TE<br>7680 The Twilight<br>7751 Ahsoka's Starfighter and Vulture Droid<br>8037 Anakin's Y-Wing Starfighter<br>8098 Clone Turbo Tank<br>853037 Magnet Set Anakin, Senate Commando and Ahsoka<br>75013 Umbaran MHC<br>75158 Rebel Combat Frigate<br>75283 Armored Assault Tank (AAT)<br>75310 Duel on Mandalore75310 Duel on Mandalore +