What’s wrong with his head?
Arguably the best Ahsoka moment in Disney’s Tales of the Jedi comes when she defeats an Imperial Inquisitor with his lightsaber. Curiously, his head balloons out after he dies, leading to speculation as to what kind of alien he might be. Here’s everything you need to know why the inquisitor’s head is deflated in Tales of the Jedi.
Why does the Inquisitor’s head defecate? theory explained
The prevailing theory is that this Inquisitor is a Skakoan like Wat Tambor (above), so he must wear a pressure suit when not on his homeworld; Therefore, when his head was cut off, the pressure escaped and his head deflated. Coupled with his misplaced confidence in his fighting abilities that led to his defeat, he was full of hot air, figuratively and literally. Ahsoka must fight an inquisitor when she is reported by a local.
The lesson of this episode of Tales of the Jedi seems to be that no one is immune to the cruelty of the Empire. The wayward boy who delivers Ahsoka is almost killed along with 90 percent of his village, and he cannot understand why the Inquisitor, and by extension the Empire, treats him so badly.
The boy is expendable, though loyal to the Emperor, and the Inquisitor is happy to kill him before Ahsoka intervenes. By the end of the episode, he finally realizes that Imperials hurt people because they can.
That’s all we have on the deflated head in Tales of the Jedi. Check out some of our other Tales of the Jedi content such as: B. if Kanan Jarrus (Caleb Dume) appears, and our explainer on the running times of the episodes.
Image source: Lucasfilm
https://twinfinite.net/2022/11/why-does-inquisitors-head-deflate-tales-of-the-jedi-star-wars/ Why does the inquisitor’s head defecate in Tales of the Jedi? Star Wars explained