Disneyland Park’s newest themed land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, is now open for business! If you’re an Ahsoka Tano fan who’s planning a visit to Batuu, you’ll be happy to know that you can buy a number of Ahsoka-themed items at the stores there.
Here’s a quick guide to some of the items on sale so that you can plan your shopping and budget accordingly. Please note that I haven’t been to Galaxy’s Edge myself so all of the photos and information listed here has been sourced from WDW News Today, Galactic Outfitters, Skywalking Through Neverland, and The Wookiee Gunner. All information was correct at the time of publication.
Update: This list is no longer being updated and the items listed here may no longer be available. You can also find a list of fan-made Ahsoka Tano merchandise over here.
Ahsoka Tano’s Legacy Lightsabers ($199.99)
Have you ever wanted to own a pair of Ahsoka’s white lightsabers? Well, now you can! Ahsoka’s iconic sabers are among the officially licensed legacy lightsabers on offer at Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities. For $199.99, you can purchase her two lightsaber hilts, which are modelled after their appearance in Star Wars Rebels and come packed in a satin-lined presentation box bearing the Fulcrum logo.
These metal lightsabers are a little on the chunky side and some fans might feel that they aren’t entirely accurate representations of Ahsoka’s white sabers but they would still be an amazing addition to any Ahsoka fan’s collection. Just keep in mind that you will need to buy the lightsaber blades separately. These are currently retailed at $49.99 for 36-inch blades and $44.99 for the smaller 26-inch blades.
All of above can be purchased at Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.
Ahsoka Tano Plush Doll ($19.99)
If you’re looking for something a little more affordable, this charming Ahsoka Tano plush doll would be the perfect gift for a young child… or the young at heart.
These hand-crafted plush dolls can be found on sale at the Toydarian Toymaker store for $19.99 each. And for another $19.99, you could get yourself a Darth Vader doll and reenact their epic duel on Malachor!
Convor Whistle ($19.99)
Over the years, the owl-like convor has come to be associated with Ahsoka and, more specifically, the Daughter of Mortis so what Ahsoka Tano collection would be complete without a tasteful tribute to her trusty avian companion?
You can purchase these adorable wooden whistles and a whole variety of other delightful playthings from the Toydarian Toymaker store. Convor whistles are currently retailed at $19.99 each.
White Kyber Crystals ($12.99)
Revered by the Jedi and coveted by those wishing to use them for more nefarious purposes, you can now purchase your own kyber crystals at Dok-Ondar’s. These come in a variety of colours: blue, green, purple, red, yellow and, of course, white, like the ones in Ahsoka’s Rebels sabers. These crystals can be used inside any of the custom lightsabers built at Savi’s Workshop or placed inside holocrons, which will unlock hidden messages from some of the franchise’s most beloved characters.
And if you’re lucky, like Christian Johannesén of EA DICE, you might end up hearing messages from Ahsoka when you place your white kyber crystal inside a Jedi holocron, including the following: “I built my new lightsabers with crystals from the Dark Side. The blades shine white because I am neither Jedi nor Sith.”
Christian Johannesén (@phatseejay) June 07, 2019
Those who have read E.K. Johnston’s young adult novel, Star Wars: Ahsoka, will recall that Ahsoka defeated and killed the Sixth Brother by using the Force to overload his lightsaber. She then purified the two red kyber crystals she had retrieved from the deceased Inquisitor’s saber, turning these crystals white in the process.
Jedi holocrons and kyber crystals can be purchased from Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities for $49.99 and $12.99 each, respectively.
And on the subject of Ahsoka Tano at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, check out this video of Ashley Eckstein’s fun day out at Disneyland’s latest – and possibly greatest – themed land.
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