‘The Clone Wars’ Gets Even More Epic!

The Clone Wars has had seven seasons and several episodes that have managed to exceed expectations but oh my goodness, the current storyline stretched over four final episodes, The Siege of Mandalore, is freaking blowing my mind.

The Siege of Mandalore takes place during the events of Revenge of the Sith but it does so in a way that makes this story feel fresh and new. Instead of following Anakin and Obi-Wan’s side of the story, which was fleshed out in the actual movie, we get to see Ahsoka’s side of the story during this crucial timeline, and boy is it riveting!

She faces Maul, we get to see what was happening with the Mandalorians at the time, and it’s all leading to the tragic event of Order 66. I’m so scared. The suspense is killing me! Two episodes left and I have a feeling the next couple of episodes are only going to get better.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day. May the Force be with you.

2 thoughts on “‘The Clone Wars’ Gets Even More Epic!”

  1. Yeah there’s a lot to unpack in all this. I notice that Maul didn’t actually deny Ahsoka’s accusation that he wanted to destroy Sidious just so he could take his place. That said, the idea that he would realize the Purge was coming and want to stop it, but the Jedi refused to accept his dubious help, is very interesting. We know Ahsoka survives the Purge since we see her helping the Spectres and fighting the armored Vader in Rebels, although we don’t necessarily know how long after Endor she survived since she’s one of the voices in Rey’s head in… (fades into incoherent grumbling about Rise of Skywalker, who he still considers the worst of the nine movies after rewatching the sequels and prequels in the last week)

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