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Like ‘Star Wars: Clone Wars’ he created the Endgame with Season 7 Premiere

So what can we expect from this last season of The clone wars? The trailer, released last month, provided some fantastic teases for what appears to be a four-episode trilogy. Probably the most anticipated of these plots is the clash between Anakin’s ex-padawan, Ahsoka Tano, and the Sith crime lord, Maul. We already know that both characters survive The clone wars and play key parts in Star Wars Rebelsand we’ve already seen some of their posts Clone Wars the stories of the fifth season take place in the novel Ahsoka by E.K. Johnston and the comic series, Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir by Jeremy Barlow and Juan Frigeri. But there are 14 years between this last season of Clone Wars and the beginning of rebels, leaving room for many more stories of Ahsoka and Maul in the meantime. Star Wars Fans have long hoped to see Ahsoka switch to live-action, and we already know that Maul’s story has a gap between her appearance at the end of Solo: a Star Wars story and his final duel with Ben Kenobi in rebels. There is hope that in the dark days of the Empire, the stories of Ahsoka and Maul will evolve Clone Warsand, if it doesn’t include a new series, at least star in Cassian Andor /Rogue One-prequel series planned on Disney + with the star Diego Luna.

It has also been confirmed that this seventh season will see the siege of Mandalore, the stage where the duel between Ahsoka and Maul takes place during the events of Revenge of the Sith (2005). Given the strong involvement of Filoni in The Mandalorian along with this series, I expect several threads within these episodes to link to what we have already seen playing in the first season of The Mandalorianor set up future episodes. The Death Watch, a group of Mandalorian splinters that resisted the pacifist streets of Mandalore, played an essential role in the siege, and it was also those who saved a young Din Djarin, the boy who would eventually grow up to become the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal). It has been speculated that the Siege might have been the place where we see Djarin’s history of origins, but given his comments on the Mandalorian term which refers to a creed and a code, as opposed to a race, it is equally likely that was on Mandalore during the Seige period, although his home planet is unknown. However, even if we don’t see a young Din Djarin enter The clone wars, there is a possibility that we will see the first formation of The Tribe and the foundations for The Great Purge, which saw most Mandalorians wiped out during the Empire era.

While there is a lot of heavy mythology in preparation for this final season, the series will also return to one of its major strengths, the humanization of the Clone Troopers and the ground-level perspective on the war. It is through this goal that we are deferred to this conflict. The first episode of the final season, directed by Kyle Dunlevy and written by Brent Friedman, has a history with fans of The clone warS. “The Bad Batch”, as the episode is titled, was originally intended to be part of the original series of Clone Wars episodes before the end of production. Those who attended Star Celebration in 2015 were treated with a clean cut, but the details of this story and the beginning of a four-episode arc seemed destined to be lost in the canon. Surprisingly, the story has not been adapted into a comic book miniseries, so Disney + is the first introduction for many of us to a strange new brood of Clone Troopers.

Clone Force 99, also known as Bad Batch, is a group of Clone Troopers born with genetic mutations that make them superior to normal soldiers. The four commandos, Hunter, Crosshair, Tech and Wrecker, not only have physical traits that distinguish them from other Clone Troopers, but have skills to adapt to their namesakes. Clad in black clone armor, decorated with graffiti, the Bad Batches form a kind of special soldiers band, known for their unorthodox methods, success rate and inability to work well with other clones, which they call “regs” . The episode sees the group join family commandos, Commander Rex and Commander Cody, as they undergo an action-packed mission to recover a strategy algorithm that threatens the Republic’s tactics. As an introductory episode to the new season, “The Bad Batch” is heavy on the action, including an extraordinary tracking shot that would make Sam Mendes proud, but it’s not without some revelations that created next week’s episode. The biggest question that emerges from the events of this week’s show is whether Bad Batches, due to their mutations, were able to resist Order 66? If so, did they survive in the Empire era?

The clone wars it could end and we may already know the fate of some characters, but there are enough intrigues that go into this final season to make us guess about the future. Although the previous seasons of The clone wars relying on filler episodes, sometimes to the detriment, the 12-episode order promises to deliver nothing but good stuff. And to know how Filoni tends to operate and the wealth of Star Wars Stories in preparation, each episode of this seventh season has the potential to be essential in a larger story that exists far beyond The clone warsand could indeed determine the future of Disney +’s plans for the property.

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