"She's an old friend. I owe her my life…"
―Ezra Bridger and Ahsoka Tano[src]

Morai was a female convor with spiritual ties to the Daughter,[1] a Force wielder from Mortis.[2] She appeared in various depictions of the Force wielders alongside the Daughter. It was believed by some that the convor in these depictions was a servant of the Daughter or even a manifestation of the Daughter herself in another form. Morai became a friend of former Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano,[1] whom the Daughter transferred her life essence into prior to her death.[3] She accompanied and watched over Tano throughout her life. Tano claimed that she owed the convor her life.[1]

When Darth Vader visited the crash site of a Venator-class Star Destroyer (which had formerly carried Tano and Rex until their escape during Order 66) on an unidentified moon, he discovered the lightsaber of his former apprentice in the wreckage. As he looked up to the sky, he saw Morai circling over him.[4]

During the establishment of Chopper Base on Atollon, Morai was present and watched the conflict between the crew of the Ghost and the krykna. Later, Ezra Bridger watched Morai fly overhead before Tano arrived so she, Bridger and Kanan Jarrus could travel to Malachor.[5]

When Ezra Bridger entered the World Between Worlds, Morai was present and encouraged him to save Tano by pulling her out of a portal. After reuniting with Tano, she was present when Tano and Bridger fought against Emperor Palpatine. Morai accompanied Tano when she returned through the portal to the ruined Malachor Sith Temple.[1] As Tano returned to the temple interior, Morai overlooked an injured Darth Vader as he limped away from the temple.[6]

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Behind the scenesEdit

According to Star Wars: The Clone Wars supervising director Dave Filoni, the way Morai landed during the final moments of "Victory and Death" went through different versions, including one in which Morai perched on the BTL-B Y-wing fighter-bomber. However, Filoni didn't feel that it was playing right, aside that he had to take into consideration how much time and budget he had for the episode.[7]



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