After almost exactly 12 months writing about it, I managed to finally finish watching Star Wars: The Clone Wars a few weeks back. I’d like to say I was planning on taking a little bit of a break from Star Wars now, but with The Bad Batch having just started with a whopping hour+ first episode, I don’t think I’m going to be able to pull away from Star Wars for any extended period of time for the foreseeable future.
Which isn’t a bad thing given the redemption arc the Mandalorian has put the franchise on after the blundering of the sequel trilogy.
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For the entire time I’d been watching the Clone Wars, this past year, I always wondered how they would eventually end it. How closely they would tie it into the events of the Revenge of the Sith. These final four episodes of the Clone Wars answered that question for me pretty definitively. And they answered me by doing it in just about the best way could possibly imagine.
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These four episodes of the Clone War’s final season almost seemed like they could have been bundled up and repackaged as their own little movie. For the most part, this seemed like a story unfamiliar to the majority of how Clone Wars operated, as that focused mainly on being an anthology.
After six years of fans wondering what happened to Ahsoka shortly following the events of her departure from the Jedi Order, this story reveals how she started to make her first steps into a life beyond the cult.
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