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"Art History" is the eleventh episode of the animated micro-series Star Wars: Forces of Destiny's second season. It was released on May 4, 2018.

Official description[]

Sabine and Tristan are on a covert mission to free Mandalore, but they risk everything to destroy an Imperial outpost that has defaced a symbolic statue of Tarre Vizsla.[1]

Plot summary[]

Sabine Wren and her younger brother Tristan Wren climb over a rocky hill to visit an ancient statue of their ancestor Tarre Vizsla. Sabine had visited the site as a little girl when Tristan was still a baby. Sabine treasures the statue for its historic and artistic significance. Tristan however points out that stormtroopers have set up an outpost around the statue. Sabine vows to bring down the outpost. Tristan is unwilling to jeopardize their mission to save an old statue but Sabine reminds him that the statue is important to Mandalore. Tristan sighs and remarks that he liked her better when she was off in space.

Sabine and Tristan climb up the statue. Tristan plants the detonators while Sabine uses the Darksaber to slice apart the outpost's metal beams. Sabine apologizes to the statue which bemuses Tristan. The two then evacuate from the statue. At a safe distance, Tristan triggers the detonators, causing the outpost to collapse. The siblings then climb to the top of the statue and look up at the face of Tarre Vizsla. Tristan says they did the right thing and Sabine adds for Mandalore.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 LaSalata, Justin: New 'Forces Of Destiny' Episodes Arrive May 4, TV Special on May 25. jedinews.co.uk. Jedi News. Archived from the original on February 23, 2020.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Disney YouTube.jpg Star Wars Forces of Destiny | Art History | Disney on the official Disney YouTube channel (backup link)
  3. Breznican, Anthony: Star Wars highlights female heroes in Forces of Destiny — first look (2017-04-13). ew.com. Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on October 4, 2019.
  4. TwitterLogo.svg Tracy Cannobbio (@Tcann13) on Twitter: "Allow me to introduce @NicoleDubuc - writer of the new #ForcesofDestiny eps debuting tomorrow! Nicole also wrote #StarWarsRebels eps "Through Imperial Eyes," "An Inside Man" and "Hera's Heroes", so...she's obviously awesome.)" (backup link)
  5. "Art History" takes place after Sabine and Tristan Wren reunite during "Legacy of Mandalore" but before Tristan leaves in "Zero Hour". Dawn of Rebellion places Star Wars Rebels: Steps Into Shadow seventeen years after the end of the Clone Wars, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 19 BBY; therefore, the events of Star Wars Rebels: Steps Into Shadow must take place in 2 BBY. Furthermore, Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know, Updated and Expanded places "Twin Suns" 30 years after to Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 32 BBY. Therefore "Twin Suns" takes place in 2 BBY. Because "Legacy of Mandalore" takes place between Star Wars Rebels: Steps Into Shadow and "Twin Suns", "Zero Hour" takes place shortly after "Twin Suns", and "Art History" takes place in between these episodes, they must all take place in 2 BBY.


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