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* TheNounAndTheNoun: "Wolves and a Door".





** At the end of "Shroud of Darkness", Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.
** The lothwolves fold space to take the group to the temple, similar to how they moved across the planet back in "Kindred".

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** At the end of [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS2E16ShroudOfDarkness "Shroud of Darkness", Darkness"]], Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.
** The lothwolves fold space to take the group to the temple, similar to how they moved across the planet back in "Kindred".[[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS4E05Kindred "Kindred"]].
** The image that opens the temple door is of the [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS3E15Overlords Father]], [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS3E16AltarOfMortis Daughter]] and [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS3E17GhostsOfMortis Son]], who are collectively referred to as the "Mortis gods".



** Chopper uses a recording of Thrawn from one of his transmissions in "Zero Hour" to distract two Stormtroopers.

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** Chopper uses a recording of Thrawn from one of his transmissions in [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E19ZeroHour "Zero Hour" Hour"]] to distract two Stormtroopers.



* CreepyChangingPainting: The temple door is controlled by a painting of the Father, Daughter, and Son. Using the force to manipulate it causes the painting to change. The wolves then break off and form a circular portal that allows Ezra access.

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* CreepyChangingPainting: The temple door is controlled by a painting of the Father, Daughter, and Son. Son, surrounded by lothwolves. Using the force Force to manipulate it causes the painting to change. The wolves then break off and form a circular portal that allows Ezra access.



* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Thoroughly averted. When asked why she wasn't on patrol, Sabine invokes a code that said she had to investigate something. The Troopers point out that that's a ''military'' code, and they're on an archeological site, not military. And when brought before the minister in charge, she's exposed and the guards are alerted to an imposter on the dig site.

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* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Thoroughly averted. When asked why she wasn't on patrol, Sabine invokes a code that said she had to investigate something. The Troopers stormtroopers point out that that's a ''military'' code, and they're on an archeological site, not military. And when brought before the minister in charge, she's exposed and the guards are alerted to an imposter on the dig site.



* ShoutOut: The musical score takes inspiration from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" when arriving at the Jedi Temple excavation site and when the door is activated.

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The musical score takes inspiration from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' when arriving at the Jedi Temple excavation site and when the door is activated.



* WhamLine: The crew listen in on the incoming Imperial transmission from Coruscant... and it’s none other than Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine - the BigBad of the entire franchise - himself on the line. Sabine and Ezra appropriately have dawning reactions of horror when they realize whose voice they’re hearing. It goes without saying the Emperor's involvement now makes Thrawn yesterday's news, and quite literally too.

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* WhamLine: The crew listen in on the incoming Imperial transmission from Coruscant... and it’s none other than Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine - the BigBad of the entire franchise - himself on the line. Sabine and Ezra appropriately have dawning reactions of horror when they realize whose voice they’re hearing. It goes without saying the Emperor's involvement now makes Thrawn yesterday's news, and quite literally too.


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* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Thoroughly averted. When asked why she wasn't on patrol, Sabine invokes a code that said she had to investigate something. The Troopers point out that that's a ''military'' code, and they're on an archeological site, not military. And when brought before the minister in charge, she's exposed and the guards are alerted to an imposter on the dig site.


* WhamLine: The crew listen in on the incoming Imperial transmission from Coruscant... and it’s none other than Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine - the BigBad of the entire franchise - himself on the line. Sabine and Ezra appropriately have dawning reactions of horror when they realize whose voice they’re hearing.

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* WhamLine: The crew listen in on the incoming Imperial transmission from Coruscant... and it’s none other than Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine - the BigBad of the entire franchise - himself on the line. Sabine and Ezra appropriately have dawning reactions of horror when they realize whose voice they’re hearing. It goes without saying the Emperor's involvement now makes Thrawn yesterday's news, and quite literally too.

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** During the attempt to open the temple, the dialogue is similar to ''Film/CloseEncountersOfTheThirdKind'', when the U.N. scientists meet the Mothership.

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** Also a meta example: in Palpatine's first appearance in the series, he was voiced by Creator/SamWitwer, who has been voicing him in most spin-off projects since ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheForceUnleashed''. For this appearance, Creator/IanMcDiarmid has taken over. For those not in the know, [=McDiarmid=] is the guy who ''played Palpatine in the movies''.

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** As the team moves across space-time to reach the temple, lines of dialogue from previous episodes in the series are heard.

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* WhamLine: The crew listen in on the incoming Imperial transmission from Coruscant... and it’s none other than Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine - the BigBad of the entire franchise - himself on the line. Sabine and Ezra appropriately have dawning reactions of horror when they realize whose voice they’re hearing.

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* ContinuityNod:
** Chopper uses a recording of Thrawn from one of his transmissions in "Zero Hour" to distract two Stormtroopers.

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* ShoutOut: The musical score takes inspiration from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" when arriving at the Jedi Temple excavation site and when the door is activated.


** The lothwolves used the rift to fold space back in "Kindred".

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** The lothwolves used the rift to fold space to take the group to the temple, similar to how they moved across the planet back in "Kindred".


* CallBack: At the end of "Shroud of Darkness", Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.

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* CallBack: CallBack:
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At the end of "Shroud of Darkness", Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.why.
** The lothwolves used the rift to fold space back in "Kindred".


* ContinuityNod: At the end of “Shroud of Darkness”, Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.

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* ContinuityNod: CallBack: At the end of “Shroud "Shroud of Darkness”, Darkness", Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.why.
* CreepyChangingPainting: The temple door is controlled by a painting of the Father, Daughter, and Son. Using the force to manipulate it causes the painting to change. The wolves then break off and form a circular portal that allows Ezra access.



* SummonMagic: After last episode, Ezra's learned how to ask the wolves for help and summon them, if they're willing to come. Four of them appear out of nowhere on the plains of Lothal to take the crew to the temple.

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* MuggedForDisguise: When Ezra and Sabine need to infiltrate the temple work site, a couple of Scout Troopers show up to donate their armor.
* SummonMagic: After last episode, Ezra's learned how to ask the wolves for help and summon them, if they're willing to come. Four of them appear out of nowhere on the plains of Lothal to take the crew to the temple.temple.
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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Lampshaded. Ezra says that the grey wolves don't talk, but Zeb doesn't buy it given the other strange, inexplicable things they can do.


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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Chopper trying to scoot away from the wolves, and failing.
* GogglesDoNothing: Finally subverted after four seasons, with Hera putting her goggles down to shield against the wind.
* HorseOfADifferentColor: The wolves appear and offer themselves as mounts for the rebels. Zeb, clearly uncomfortable with the wolves snarling at them, asks why they can't just take speeders.


* ContinuityNod: At the end of “Shroud of Darkness”, Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.

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* ContinuityNod: At the end of “Shroud of Darkness”, Vader noted that Sidious would be very pleased that the Inquisitors had found the Lothal Jedi Temple. We now see just why.why.
* SummonMagic: After last episode, Ezra's learned how to ask the wolves for help and summon them, if they're willing to come. Four of them appear out of nowhere on the plains of Lothal to take the crew to the temple.

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