Ahsoka’s ironclad connection with the Force has been firmly established over the course of her many, many appearances in the animated “Star Wars” shows. In “Ahsoka,” she’s not only a masterful combatant, but so powerful that she can handily use rare Force powers like psychometry. Because of this, it’s entirely believable that she might be able to maintain a Force Dyad connection to another person. However, the Dyadic connection historically requires both sides to be in tune with the Force, which Sabine very much isn’t.
While Ahsoka and Sabine clearly share a strong (if sometimes rather strained) relationship, “Ahsoka” has spent plenty of time hammering home the apparent fact that Sabine is all but useless in the ways of the Force. As such, it should be quite impossible for Ahsoka to maintain a Force bond with her Padawan … at least, assuming that Sabine’s Force sensitivity is at the virtually nonexistent level the series has shown so far.
Despite all the statements that Sabine is a low-end Force user at best, “Ahsoka” has essentially telegraphed the moment she finally learns to tune in by including several scenes that tease her successful use of Force powers before pulling the rug from under the viewer. At this point, a scene where she finally learns to tune in is virtually guaranteed — and, with that in mind, the fact that Ahsoka is able to locate her with the apparent use of the Force Dyad seems like a hint that Sabine is far more powerful than she realizes.
The most obvious Dyadic connection in the “Star Wars” movies is the peculiar dynamic between Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey (Daisy Ridley), which is a constant presence in the sequel trilogy. It will be interesting to see where “Ahsoka” takes things with the potential dyad between Sabine and the titular character.