Clone Wars S7

The seventh and final season premiered on February 21, 2020.

Part 1 – Bad Batch

The Clone Troopers discover and rescue on of their own who is helping the separatists

7.01 “The Bad Batch”
Ggenerals Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu lead the campaign on Anaxes to defend the main Republic shipyard from Admiral Trench, they find that the Separatists’ droid army had always been one step ahead of them in every engagement so far. Commander Cody, Captain Rex and the “Bad Batch”, an unorthodox group of clone commandos with desirable mutations, go behind enemy lines to discover the source of the Separatists’ series of victories.

7.02 “A Distant Echo”
Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch launch a dangerous rescue mission under the assumption that Echo might be alive.

7.03 “On the Wings of Keeradaks”
Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch escape Wat Tambor’s facility with Echo and fight their way past Techno Union droid forces.

7.04 “Unfinished Business”
Back on Anaxes, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Mace Windu lead a final stand against the Separatist forces commanded by Admiral Trench. Anakin, Rex, Bad Batch and Echo embark on a mission to strike at the heart of Trench’s command ship, all the while questioning the rescued clone’s loyalty to the Republic after unwittingly serving the Separatists.

Part 2 – Ashoka

(now not a Jedi) falls to the bottom and helps two sisters in a drug smuggling caper. This has a different tone to all the previous episodes.

7.05 “Gone with a Trace”
After crashing her speeder in the lower levels of Coruscant, Ahsoka Tano befriends Trace Martez, who offers to help work on her speeder. Some thugs come to ask Trace for some money her sister, Rafa, owes them; Trace and Ahsoka fight them off.

7.06 “Deal No Deal”
Rafa accepts an assignment to deliver a load of spice from Kessel to the Pyke crime syndicate on Oba Diah, and uses Trace and her self-built ship, the Silver Angel, for the job.

7.07 “Dangerous Debt”
Ahsoka, Trace, and Rafa attempt to escape their imprisonment by the Pyke Syndicate.

7.08 “Together Again”
Ahsoka manages to make a deal with the Pykes which allows the Martez sisters to temporarily leave Oba Diah to retrieve the spice, while she is held hostage.

Part 3 – Goodbye Darth Maul

These episodes open with the classic Lucasfilm logo and the “Star Wars theme” by John Williams. In place of the usual philosophical lesson, the episode title is preceded by “Part I”, “II” etc.

7.09 “Old Friends Not Forgotten”
Ahsoka and Bo-Katan contact Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, asking them for help in apprehending Darth Maul in his new hideout on Mandalore.

7.10 “The Phantom Apprentice”
Ahsoka faces off against Maul, who mentions Darth Sidious before escaping. Ahsoka relays this to Obi-Wan, who says he had inferred from the recently deceased Count Dooku that Sidious is the name of the Sith Lord who orchestrated the Clone Wars.

7.11 “Shattered”
With the Siege of Mandalore over, Ahsoka and Rex prepare to take Maul before the Jedi Council on Coruscant.

This episode features the original voices of Silas Carson as Ki-Adi-Mundi, Ian McDiarmid as Darth Sidious, Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker, and Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu via archive recordings.

7.12 “Victory and Death”
As Ahsoka and Rex try to escape from the cruiser, Maul destroys its hyperdrive, causing the vessel to drop out of hyperspace and into a moon’s gravitational field. Forced to fight their way through the clones, Ahsoka tries to prevent Maul from getting away in their shuttle, but fails.

Ahsoka discards one of her lightsabers and some time later, Anakin, now Darth Vader, arrives on the moon and recovers Ahsoka’s lightsaber from the wrecked cruiser.