Oct 12, 2016 09:13 PM EDT
'Star Wars Rebels' Season 3 Episode 5 Spoilers: Hera Delivery Mission Became Quite Personal [VIDEO]
In the recent episode of the "Star Wars Rebels", Sabine Wren stood out putting any other major surprises from "The Holocrons of Fate". In the "Antilles Extraction," Sabine disguises to aid Wedge Antilles in defecting to the Rebellion.
Wedge is one of the best pilots in the Rebel Alliance. He was present in all of the Original Trilogy films. He played as the main character of X-Wing: Rogue Squadron comics and novels
The Star Wars Rebels season 3 episode 5 will be airing this Oct. 15. Hera will be put into the spotlight in this week's episode. Hera's rebel supply mission to Ryloth will become personal, especially when the Ghost crew and she fearlessly faced the overpowering Imperial forces just to obtain a memento from her ancestral home, Den of Geek reported.
According to Vine Report, this episode has the title "Hera's Heroes". Hera was just supposed to participate into a usual trip of delivering goods, but her task became personal as she involved herself in the retrieval of an artifact. In this episode, Hera's father comes back - Cham Syndulla who is a rebel veteran. A closer-look on the Grand Admiral Thrawn can also be seen. His work on the Empire has been the cause of hardships for the operation of the Alliance.
Meanwhile, as the "Rebels" are doing great in its third season, there is a silent yet influential personnel switch that happened. It involves those people who are responsible in the making of the animated show. Dave Filoni, its creator and franchise veteran has resigned as the series' Supervising Director. "The Clone Wars" and "Rebels" episodic director Justin Ridge replaced him.
The resignation of Filoni is not necessarily a demotion. It is just a management decision that the 42-year-old has to make in order to gain some additional opportunities for working on other properties.
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