- "I didn't think you saw it."
"It was a giant tower, of course I saw it."
- ―Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, on the Son's tower.
The primary structure of the cathedral was a high tower supporting a huge green sphere. Circling the base of the tower were four smaller towers with green spheres atop each of them connected by a wall. Inside the tower, there was a large circular window that overlooked a large courtyard. Beneath the window was the Son's throne. The inside had a high ceiling, more than twice as high as the total height of the Son in his gargoyle form. Inside, there was also a prison, in which the Son would at sometime in 21BBY hold Ahsoka Tano.
Around 21 BBY, the Son had kidnapped Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano and locked her up there. He then poisoned her, causing her to become a Dark-sider and he watched as she attacked Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi when they had come to rescue her. At the same time, he was confronted by Daughter and later Father and the tower became a battleground for both the Jedi and the powerful Force-users. The result ended with Daughter dying after sacrificing herself to save Father, Son escaping and Ahsoka recovering back to normal.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Son's cathedral first appeared in The Clone Wars television series. The tower was based on the tower of Orthanc as seen in the Lord of the Rings films. It was made to resemble the staff of the evil wizard, Saruman the White.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Altar of Mortis"(First appearance)
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Ghosts of Mortis"
- (First identified as Son's cathedral)
- "50 Great Reasons to Rewatch Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season Three"—Star Wars Insider 125 (Indirect mention only)