"The Jedi" began with a far different look.
The Mandalorian Chapter 13 saw Ahsoka Tano's live-action debut, along with many more memorable moments. Here's how Lucasfilm's concept art evolved to "The Jedi."
Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church
The Razor Crest lands on the forest planet of Corvus amid a fierce snowstorm. The weather was nicer in the final episode.
Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas
Ahsoka's white lightsabers are tinged with the red of the blaster fire as she battles the Calodan guards, casting a strange light.
This moment of Grogu using his powers on nearby wildlife got left on the cutting room floor.
The Calodan city gate was originally much more impressive than the one shown on-screen. It even has an imposing door.
Lucasfilm/Art by Anton Grandent
Lucasfilm/Art by Erik Tiemens
Mando's first encounter with The Magistrate occurs in this grand courtyard, which is seemingly identical to the concept art.
This illustration of Ahsoka meeting Grogu for the first time seems straight out of a fairy tale.
Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann
It looks like Ahsoka's iconic white cloak from her appearance in Rebels was supposed to make the jump to live-action.
Ahsoka and Mando's fights don't overlap much in this episode, but this image shows them working together on a rooftop.
Ahsoka's duel with the Magistrate was originally set indoors. Could this be a glimpse inside the Calodan building we only see from outside?
We've seen Mando in this pose alone, but now the Clan of Two are side by side.
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