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Note: "Holocrons of Fate" is now available to view on WatchDisneyXD.com, prior to airing on Disney XD on Saturday night. Full spoilers for the episode follow.
So… “Twin suns.”
So… “He lives.”
The final few minutes of this episode were fascinating for many reasons, including the unique and awesome visual of Ezra and Maul bathed in that light from the two Holocrons.