Next Episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Clone Wars television series chronicles the events taking place between Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The Clone Wars will ultimately lead to the downfall of the Jedi and the rise of the Galactic Empire.
Anakin, Padme, Kit Fisto and Ahsoka find themselves on the planet of Mon Calamari helping to keep the peace in a near civil war. But the Separatists have another plan. Will the Jedi and the inhabitants of Mon Calamari join forces and push back the invaders, or will another planet fall in the hands of the Separatists? An underwater battle takes place for the Republic to save the planet from falling
"Gungan Attack" After the Separatists defeat most of the Republic forces on Mon Calamari, the Jedi Council are forced to call in the help of Jar Jar Binks and the Grand Gungan Army to the Jedi and the remaining Republic forces. However, in the aftermath of the battle, the remaining Republic forces are captured, leaving Ahsoka and Prince Lee-Char to devise a new strategy.
"Prisoners" After Anakin, Padme, Kit Fisto and Jar Jar Binks are all captured by Riff Tamson, Ahsoka and Prince Lee Char must find a way to free their friends from the grip of the Separatists. Endeavoring to liberate his planet from the sinister Tamson, Lee Char must now convince the Quarren to rejoin his cause.
"Shadow Warrior" Anakin, Padme and Jar Jar uncover a plot by the Gungan "shaman" Rish Loo to trick the Gungans into aiding the Separatists in an assault on Naboo. However, as the charade unravels, can Jar Jar convince the Gungan army that they've been deceived? However shortly after General Grievous arrives, demanding to know why the attack was cancelled. Jar Jar, disguised as the Gungan leader, manages to lure Grievous into a trap in which he is captured, but Dooku manages to capture Anakin, who is chasing after Rish Loo. Now Dooku demand's the freedom of Grievous in exchange for Skywalker.
"Mercy Mission" Plo Koon's clone legion "The Wolfpack", R2-D2 and C-3PO are sent to repair power & communication systems on the planet of Aleen after a series of devastating earth-quakes; but the droids discover a severe ecological imbalance between the planet's subterranean ecology and surface biospheres.
"Nomad Droids" On their return voyage to Coruscant, their Republic-cruiser is attacked by General Grievous. R2-D2 and C-3PO find themselves in a Y-wing and on a series of 4 mini-adventures, whilst trying to get back to the safety of Coruscant. The last of which is being trapped on General Grievous ship with captured Jedi Master Adi Gallia, until Jedi Master Plo Koon and his clone legion the Wolfpack rescues them.
"Darkness on Umbara" When Anakin is forced to temporarily turn over command of his clone troopers to a new commander, the Jedi Pong Krell, tensions begin to run high as the clones are assigned with a very deadly mission to take the capital of Umbara.
"The General" General Krell orders Captain Rex and the clone troopers of the 501st Legion to conquer a heavily fortified Umbaran airbase, and will not accept anything less than victory. It is an almost certain suicide mission, unless the clones can use their ingenuity to defeat their new enemy.
"Plan of Dissent" After the Republic conquers an Umbaran airbase, General Krell orders Rex and his men on towards the heavily fortified capital. Realizing there's a better plan, several clone troopers (Fives, Jesse and Hardcase) disobey orders to carry out a rogue, covert operation.
"Carnage of Krell" With two of his men (Fives and Jesse) facing execution for disobeying orders, Captain Rex is forced to confront his overly aggressive commander, General Krell, in the conclusion to the action-packed battle for Umbara. Risking charges of mutiny, Rex must make a dark choice as the true face of the enemy emerges.
"Kidnapped" Zygerrian slavers are behind the sudden disappearance of an entire colony of people on the planet Kiros. As Anakin and Ahsoka rush to defuse a series of bombs planted by the slavers, Obi-Wan must fight with their imposing leader, who then runs off leading Anakin and Ahsoka to raid and take over his ship.
"Slaves of the Republic" Anakin, Obi-Wan, Rex, and Ahsoka go undercover to infiltrate the slavers on Zygerria to find the missing Colonists. Obi-Wan, Rex, and Anakin pretend to be slavers, and Ahsoka as the slave (impersonating an heiress). Later on Obi-Wan is captured for trying to help a colonist escape, and Anakin and Ahsoka are also captured by the Zygerrian Queen. Anakin struggles with his emotions as a wily Zygerrian queen forces him to take questionable actions in order to carry out his mission.
"Escape from Kadavo" Anakin tries to convince the Zygerrian Queen that she too is a slave and pawn in an evil Separatist plot. Meanwhile Obi-Wan and Rex are captured and taken to the Planet of Kadavo to toil in the slave camps.
"A Friend in Need" A peace conference between Separatists and Republic delegates is interrupted by Lux Bonteri, the son of the late Separatist Senator, Mina Bonteri (Season 3, Episode 10). Soon after, he involves Ahsoka in his dangerous search to find justice for his mother's death - which subsequently leads to Ashoka crossing paths with Vizsla and the Death Watch.
"Deception" Obi-Wan fakes his own death and goes undercover (as Rako Hardeen) in a Republic prison, in order to gather information on a plot to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine from a convict named Moralo Eval. While there, he learns that another prisoner, notorious bounty hunter Cad Bane, is also involved. Meanwhile, Anakin seeks vengeance over the death of his former master.
"Friends and Enemies" Having escaped from prison, Obi-Wan, Cad Bane and Moralo Eval flee across the galaxy, pursued by Anakin and Ahsoka. Obi-Wan must devise a way to warn his fellow Jedi to halt their chase without blowing his cover.
"The Box" Count Dooku invites some of the best bounty hunters in the galaxy, including Cad Bane and a still-disguised Obi-Wan, to compete in an obstacle course designed by Moralo Eval known as "The Box", with involvement in the plot to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine as the reward for survival. After facing many challenges in The Box, Obi-Wan survives, along with Cad Bane and 4 other bounty hunters. Cad Bane is appointed by Dooku to lead the kidnap operation against Palpatine on Naboo.
"Crisis on Naboo" Supreme Chancellor Palpatine goes to Naboo guarded by Jedi Knights. Meanwhile, Cad Bane, a still-disguised Obi-Wan and a pack of bounty hunters put their plan into action, but it fails when Obi-Wan alerts the Jedi and Dooku doesn't rendezvous with them to collect his quarry. With the bounty hunters now in Republic custody, Obi-Wan wants to change back to his original self. However, what Obi-Wan doesn't realize was that Dooku was eavesdropping via a hidden recorder when he alerted Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker, indicating that a deeper conspiracy is still at hand. Will Anakin be able to stop Dooku's plan before it is too late?
"Massacre" After failing to kill Dooku or control Savage Opress, Asajj Ventress is advised by Mother Talzin to reject the ways of the Sith and rejoin the Nightsisters. Upon discovering Ventress' location, Dooku commands General Grievious to launch a droid assault in a bid to eliminate Ventress and wipe out Mother Talzin along with the entire Nightsister clan. As Ventress and Grevious square-off in saber combat, Talzin creates a voodoo doll of Dooku to figuratively kill him whilst her relative Daka - the eldest of the sister's clan - awakens an army of undead Dathomirian Nightsisters to hold off the droid forces. Ventress defeats Grievous just moments before getting wounded, forcing her to escape the chaos alone as the rest of the Nightsisters are all eventually massacred; Grievous went to proceed in killing Daka, whereas Talzin escapes as her success in finishing off Dooku is ultimately foiled. The episode closes with the green misty 'spirit' of Mother Talzin bidding farewell and good luck to Ventress, who is now left to grieve for her sisters and lament her lost future.
"Bounty" An aimless Asajj Ventress joins a team of bounty hunters - including Bossk & Dengar - under the leadership of a pre-teen Boba Fett. On an alien world, they undertake a precarious, profitable, subterranean delivery mission that tests the limits of their skills, and the strength of Asajj's character. Realizing that familial love is a ubiquitous virtue throughout the galaxies and that her powers are needed by many, Ventress finds a sense of closure and hope for her future after all.
"Brothers" With a magical amulet from Mother Talzin, Savage Opress lands on a junk planet in the Outer Rim, and searches for his lost brother. With the help of the snake-like Morley, Savage finds his brother, discovering that it is no less than the Sith Lord Darth Maul, who has been driven to insanity from his bisection and near-death experience.
"Revenge" Fueled by hatred, Darth Maul and his brother Savage Opress set out to take revenge on the Jedi who had sliced him in half on Naboo over ten years earlier. Maul sends a message to Obi-Wan Kenobi to confront him alone, by murdering the inhabitants of a village on a distant planet. Upon arrival, Kenobi is double-teamed by Maul and Opress and they leave the planet with Kenobi as their prisoner. Obi-Wan receives aid from an unlikely ally, Asajj Ventress, now a bounty hunter after the one million credit bounty on Opress. Outmatched, Obi-Wan and Ventress flee Maul and Savage in the ship's cockpit, leaving the two Dathomirian brothers to patiently stage their next move - with Maul vowing to exact his revenge on Obi-Wan.
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