Count Dooku was an apprentice of Master Yoda, who in greed for power turned to the dark side of the force. The series for sure focuses on Count Dooku’s journey with the Force.
It focuses on How and Why he turned to the dark side of the force. Also on his life before being killed off by Obi-Wan Kenobi including his meeting with Palpatine.
Being an apprentice of Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka was one of the last remaining Jedis in the timeline. The show focuses on her journey to finish her training with Anakin Skywalker and become a Jedi.
The show depicts her final days of training with Anakin Skywalker as her Master. It might also tell us how Ahsoka got her white lightsabers. Her fight with the secret Sith Lord that appears in the trailer might be the biggest part of the show.
Other than these two, we get to see a few other characters from the first trilogy that is back.
The return of Qui-Gon is one of the most awaited cameos in the series. Qui-Gon in the series is the apprentice of Count Dooku.
He is in continuous disagreement with his master regarding his methods. This show might also be a journey of Qui-Gon from a Padawan to a Master Jedi.
Samuel L. Jackson’s Jedi Master Mace Windu from the first trilogy returns in the series. He works closely with Count Dooku to eradicate all the disturbances in the universe.
Mace Windu might also be there to guide Ahsoka in her training and also hunting down the Siths.
We’ll get to see more of Master Yaddle whose fate was still unknown. We might see where she goes or how she dies. She probably gets killed by Count Dooku after finding out his plans.
Master Yoda will be returning once more to our screens. We’ll get to see him working closely with Obi-Wan Kenobi, keeping an eye on young Skywalker. We might also get to see him in action, once again embracing his green lightsaber.
We might get to see the last of the good side of Anakin Skywalker. The series focuses on his training Ahsoka for the real Jedi world. This training might have actually paid off after order 66 was put into motion.
Obi-Wan will be returning with not much-expected screen time. We might not see him in action but he’ll be there to continuously guide Ahsoka on her journey. We’ll get to see him back in his white suit and long hair.
With Tales Of The Jedi releasing on October 26 this year, we won’t have to wait that long for all the plot points of the series.