Sabine Wren (narration): The attack we all anticipated never came. The once invincible Empire had begun to fracture. The small Rebellion had become bold. And with the decisive victory at the battle of Endor, the Emperor's reign of terror came to an end. After the war, Zeb took Kallus along the secret hyperspace path to the planet Lira San. It was then that Kallus realized he hadn't destroyed the Lasat people, and that they were thriving on this new world. A world where he was welcome as one of them. Hera fought in the battle of Endor, as did Commander Rex. By that time, there had been a new member added to the crew of the Ghost. Spectre-7, Jacen Syndulla. Born to fly, just like his mother. And, well, we all know what his father was like. As for me, I used to think that Ezra was counting on me to protect Lothal, the planet and the people he cared for so much. But one day, I realized there was more to it. There was something else I was meant to do. Ezra's out there somewhere, and it's time to bring him home.
This quote comes from a TV series Star Wars Rebels. The scene where this moment comes from is in Season 4 Episode 16, with the title of ‘Family Reunion – and Farewell: Part2’ (4×16). The show is a part of the Star Wars Universe. | Star Wars Rebels is produced by Lucasfilm
Plot context explained: This is the narration that is the the end of Star Wars Rebels and summarizes what happened in years after.