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Well to be clear, it’s not the 7th fleet... Just the Chimaera.... The show was pretty clear that the 7th fleet in orbital-blockade was destroyed by the Purrgil. The Chimaera was the only ship dragged into a uncharted hyperspace jump.
why do u hate america? if it were not for us u guys would be lost. i mean we invented the tv, we invented the internet, cars and we even went to the planet moon. we won all the wars and we always help the little countries who cant fight and we give food to poor people.
Honestly, I thought that montage sequence narrated by Sabine was a bit of a cheat. It seemed almost like an "and they all lived happily ever after" and feels like it cuts off a lot of potential for the characters in future. Zeb and Kallus hived off to the new Lasat homeworld, Sabine in a holding pattern on Lothal for years, and most particularly removing Thrawn from the picture for an indeterminate time which removes any opportunity to pit him against the more familiar OT characters.
Thrawn, Ezra, and Peallon have a role to play(the are most likely going to fight the FO if not then i do not know what.) in the future.
Ezra, Thrawn, Peallon, and the seventh fleet are gone, but not dead
Saying its a happliy ever after is not really fair since their are still characters that dont have "Happy Endings."
I think Sabine's outcome is the most unclear. First her relationship with Ezra seems more brother/sister than anything else to me, and she was actually quite accepting of his decision to finish the mission and save Lothal. M
Filoni stated that it started out as a little brother, big sister dynamic. And then over time its evolved into a friendship, and that they had no romantic feelings so yeah. Even though it would be better to have it explained in the little everyone's happy montage, I guess it s made clear.
My dream scenario (never gonna happen) is for Thrawn to show up in the chimera during Episode 9 with a Chiss fleet and clean house.