What did Captain Rex say at the end of Season 7?

What did Captain Rex say at the end of Season 7?

The Siege of Mandalore storyline at the close of Season 7 features a number of fantastic Captain Rex statements, and this will not be the last. This sentence is on this list because of the passion in it, Dee Bradley Baker's performance, and the sorrowful aspect of it.

Bradley Baker delivers one of my favorite lines as Captain Rex: "Sometimes you have to be brave enough for your friends. For your family."

It's a simple line with a powerful message. It's also very relevant given what has happened in the show since then. In fact, it would not be surprising if this episode was released after Disney acquired Lucasfilm and started releasing Star Wars movies.

Rex was supposed to be part of that new trilogy but due to the disappointing sales of his action figure, he has become more popular than ever before. Fans love making fan theories about what might have happened to him after Season 7, so this quote has been used by many people as inspiration for their own stories.

I think it's safe to say that Captain Rex has become a beloved character among fans and creators alike. He has managed to stick around long after most other characters would have been killed off, which makes sense considering his role as the voice of reason within the team and his connection to Bail Organa (who appeared in later seasons).

Does Captain Rex die in Star Wars Rebels?

The finale's closing epilogue confirms Rex's fate, saying that his participation with the Rebellion against the Empire will continue, and that he fought in the Galactic Civil War's climactic combat, the Battle of Endor, which, of course, was...

He died at Endor. After being badly injured, Rex was given medical treatment by the Rebel medic. However, even though he survived the battle, he never recovered from his injuries.

Since we last saw him, Captain Rex has been promoted to become one of the leaders of the Rebel forces during the early days of the New Republic. He continues to serve as a mentor to young rebel pilots like Zeb Orrelios. In fact, it is through Captain Rex that Zeb meets Sabine Wren, who becomes his friend and partner in crime.

Now, this isn't exactly how or where Captain Rex dies but rather what is called an "implied death". This means that the creator of the story wants us to believe that Captain Rex is dead but doesn't want to give away too much detail. For example, when General Grievous attacks the Rebel base on Hoth, Captain Rex is not present. But since his absence wasn't mentioned by anyone else involved in the battle, we can assume that he escaped the attack unharmed.

Is Captain Rex on board the Mandalorian?

So far, the most significant development surrounding Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 has been the casting of Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano. Filoni's new banner features Ahsoka with an ancient Captain Rex in what appears to be a Mandalorian-style artwork. They worked together in the Clone Wars and afterwards in the Rebels animated series. So it is possible that Rex will make an appearance in this season.

Additionally, it was reported by Latino Review that Diego Luna will return as Kanan Jarrus for the second season.

Luna recently revealed during a Q&A session at New York Comic Con that he is indeed back for more Mandalorian action. He also confirmed that Pedro Pascal will return as The Mandalorian character "Talpa" (or "The Tickler").

Pascal has already filmed two episodes for the upcoming season. The first one called "The Ghost" was released earlier this year and the second one will be released later this year or early 2020.

So yes, it looks like Captain Rex will have an important role in the next season of The Mandalorian especially since Filoni included him in his banner image. We can only wait and see what other characters will show up this time around!

Who was Rex talking to in the bad batch?

Tano Ahsoka Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Episode 7 concludes with Captain Rex phoning an unknown Rebel ally, and while many thought he was speaking to Ahsoka Tano, this may not be the case. In the final scene of the episode, we see Rex standing on a street corner in some type of foreign city, looking around at all the neon signs and whatnot. He seems quite content standing alone in his hometown, so it's possible that he made contact with someone else during his time away from duty.

Rex is one of the main characters in the Star Wars Rebels TV series, and he first appeared in Season 1, Episode 3 - titled "The Ghost." In this episode, it is revealed that he has been hiding out on a desert planet after being accused of killing Chancellor Palpatine. It is also shown that he has become obsessed with finding Master Yoda, so he can ask for help in stopping the First Order. At the end of this episode, it is hinted that perhaps Rex will meet up with Ahsoka again someday.

In addition to appearing in Rebels, Rex has also made several other appearances outside of Star Wars. He first came to life in 2003 when Disney created a new Star Wars character named Rex Dalgas.

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