Friday, 26 February 2010


Episode Description
When Senator Onaconda Farr dies under suspicious circumstances, Padmé sets out to find the person responsible for the death of her favourite 'uncle.'

Character Descriptions:

Halle Burtoni (EP215)
With the creation of the clones for the Republic, Kamino earned a seat within the galactic senate and they sent one of their oldest and most powerful members to represent them. Senator Burtoni’s main goal is to always keep Kamino’s interests a top priority and she will stop at nothing to do so.

Inspector Lieutenant Tan Divo (EP215)
An eccentric member of the Coruscant police force, Tan Divo believes in the letter of the law and his enforcement of it. How he handles suspects is an entirely different matter that could use a bit more tact.

Lolo Purs (EP215)
Rodia’s representative and Onaconda Farr’s best legal aide in the fight for Rodian rights. A young and idealistic member of the Galactic senate, Lolo is a staunch supporter of the Republic but follows in the footsteps of her mentor as one who wants to see a peaceful resolution to the war. However, her world and resolve is shaken when Farr is killed under mysterious circumstances.

Senator Mee Deechi (EP215)
The senator from Umbara is a staunch advocate for the Republic especially when it furthers his wealth and power. To Mee Deechi, the war was a necessary step to achieving real peace and though that flies in the face of people like Senator Amidala he will not back down from his belief no matter what anyone may say or do.

Extra Notes:
Halle Burtoni's appearance seems to resemble that of Yzma, the main antagonist in Disney's The Emperor's New Groove (pictured above)


Hello fellow Clone Wars fans,
I apologise for the lack of posts recently, but I can make up for that with new Character Descriptions, new Episode Descriptions, new Vehicle Descriptions, and new Planet Descriptions for each upcoming episode of Season Two.
I hope to add a new post by the end of the day,

Wednesday, 17 February 2010


A lot of the episode was very similar to Attack of the Clones, in which Anakin kept losing his lightsaber, including some direct dialogue references, such as Ahsoka noting Anakin always warns her, "Your lightsaber is your life" – which of course was the same thing Obi-Wan told him in Episode II.

This episode featured an elderly Jedi named Tera Sinube (Tera Sinube's design is based on an abandoned alien concept illustrated for Episode I Senators) aswell as two female assassins by the names of Cassie Cryar (who almost looks like a Tim Burton character mixed with Star Wars) and Ione Marcy (who looks almost cute until she opens her mouth to reveal creepy sharp teeth).

DID YOU KNOW?: When Ahsoka is researching underworld thieves, she poses on a mugshot of Brea Tonnika, one of the Tonnika sisters seen in the cantina in Episode IV.


Saturday, 2 January 2010


Grievous Intrigue marks 'The Clone Wars' debut of Jedi Masters Eeth Koth and Adi Gallia. As you all probably know, the expanded universe attempted to kill off Eeth Koth in 2003's Inside the World of Attack of the Clones, claiming he died in a gunship crash on Geonosis that also took the life of Sora Bulq -- another Jedi character who emerged intact in a subsequent source. I also enjoyed seeing General Grievous in action and the long awaited return Commander Wolffe, who has suffered an eye injury since his last unhelmeted appearance in "Rising Malevolence," necessitating a cybernetic replacement. There were also a few major disappointments in this episode such as Anakin seeing Grievous in the Jedi War Room as they're supposed to see each other for the first time on 'The Invisible Hand' in Revenge of the Sith and the fact that Adi Gallia has been portrayed too young, looking more like Stass Allie rather than Adi.
Rating: 3/5

Following the events of Grievous Intrigue, General Grievous has fled to Saleucami being closely followed by Obi-Wan Kenobi along with Captain Rex and Commander Cody. Whilst searching for Grievous, Rex is shot by a pair of Commando Droids and requires shelter in order for medical attention. He is given shelter by a Twi'lek farmer and her husband, Cut Lawquane, a clone deserter... The thing I enjoyed most about this episode was when Rex and Cut had a conversation in private over a game of dejarik holochess most famously played by C-3PO and Chewbacca on the Millenium Falcon in A New Hope and the encounter between Obi-Wan and Grievous towards the end of the episode.
Rating: 4/5