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    Star War The Clone Wars Season 6 Premiere Date Announced (In Germany)

    Just a heads up, German TV station Super RTL just announced the premiere for the long awaited "bonus content (aka season 6)" for Star Wars The Clone Wars. Posted below is a google translation of the press release.



    The high-class CGI series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (USA 2012) is one of the strongest quote formats of Primetime at SUPER RTL. Fans of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker come thanks staged action-packed space battles, exciting political conflicts, and epic battles their money. From the 15th February can look forward to a very special premiere the audience. Every Saturday at 20.15 clock shows SUPER RTL, the sixth season for the first time on German television.

    The captivating series offshoot of George Lucas' Star Wars universe plays between the movies "Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones" and "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith". It tells the story of the epic Clone Wars, which is illuminated in all its facets. The Jedi Order is desperately trying to defeat the Separatists under the cunning Dooku, to save the Galactic Republic. But Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano are often outnumbered, as the droid armies of the Separatists are cheap to replace and easy. Only through courage, cohesion and ingenuity, it can manage to end the war and to bring lasting peace to the galaxy. Master Yoda for a special mission to fulfill, as a devious enemy from the past could soon have a mystical weapon with tremendous strength. To prevent this must be Master Yoda embark on a long journey in which he will explain the disappearance of a fellow Jedi to reveal the secret of his hidden enemy.
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    JediNews also provided a translation of several episode descriptions - spoilers ahead:


    Clone cadet Tup is suffering from a severe neurological disorder that causes the death of a Jedi master. Trying to find the motives for the assassination, Anakin escorts Tup back to Kamino for examination, but then they are attacked by the Separatists…


    Clone cadet Tup is undergoing a medical examination in the sterile laboratories of Kamino to find the motives for his shocking attack on the Jedi master. For the examination to succeed, cadet Fives must enter the depth of Tup’s mind, where he finds a secret code manipulation in the cloning program of the Republic.


    Clone cadet Tup is transported back to Coruscant, where his body is to be examined by the chancellor’s personal physician. Cadet Fives is also investigating the matter and discovers that a modified code has been hidden in the minds of all the clones…


    Fives is still trying to find answers regarding the mysterious actions of clone cadet Tup. Hoping to personally speak with chancellor Palpatine, Fives finds himself suddenly accused of trying to murder the chancellor and decides to make a run for it.

    An Old Friend

    While on a mercy mission to the planet Scipio, Padmé Amidala's' old flame, Rush Clovis, gets in touch with her asking for help. Having made a stand against the corruption on his planet, Clovis has now become the target of the bounty hunter Embo. Together with Padmé, he is now trying to leave his planet and get help...

    The Rise Of Clovis

    Back on Coruscant, Clovis strikes a dubious deal to becomes the leader of his clan which is deeply mired in corruption. Anakin doesn't trust Clovis, causing tensions in his relationship to Padmé.

    Crisis At The Heart

    Having made a deal with Count Dooku, Clovis finds himself drawn into the war. Since it was him who brought the war to his home planet of Scipio, the Republic is now forced to intervene.

    The Disappeared (Part 1)

    The peaceful world of Bardotta finds itself threatened by an ancient prophecy. Since now of all times its spiritual leaders have vanished, Bardotta's people ask their representative in the senate for help. And Jar Jar Binks indeed manages to convince Jedi master Mace Windu that this matter is of grave importance...

    The Disappeared (Part 2)
    The Lost One
    A separate post indicates that the first episode will likely be called "State Unknown" instead of just "Unknown," and the third will be "Escape Reflex" instead of "Fugitive." I hope this info is true, and it matches up with what we've been told so far about the bonus content - a four-part Order 66 arc, the three-part Clovis arc, a two-part arc about a prequel character, and a four-part Yoda arc. I can live with 13 more episodes! I wonder if "The Disappeared" will focus more on Jar Jar or Mace? Either way I'd be happy.
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    Glad to see I'll get a final dose of Jar Jar out of these final episodes.

    Would be great if he turned up in Rebels as well. Trying to make up for being manipulated by Palpatine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beast View Post
    Glad to see I'll get a final dose of Jar Jar out of these final episodes.

    Would be great if he turned up in Rebels as well. Trying to make up for being manipulated by Palpatine.
    I think he'll turn out to be what's underneath The Great Heep. Or Waru.
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    JediNews posted the translated synopsis for the next three (so possible SPOILERS ahead):

    The Disappeared (Part 2)

    For a dark prophecy to be fulfilled, a mysterious cult kidnapped Julia, Queen of the planet Bardotta. Now Jedi Master Mace Windu and the Senate Representative Jar Jar Binks need to make every effort to stop the cult. If they should not succeed, the cult could unleash an ominous power...

    The Lost One

    Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas died under mysterious circumstances years ago. As a secret Jedi mission finds his lightsaber by accident, Master Yoda, Obi -Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker start to investigate the death of Sifo-Dyas again. So they would not get to the bottom of the Sith conspiracy, Darth Sidious order his subordinate Darth Tyranus to erase all the traces.


    Yoda is deeply confused when he hears the voice of his late friend, Qui -Gon Jinn in his head. For he knows that even a Jedi can not speak from the realm of the dead to the living. The Jedi Council is irritated by Yoda's behavior and wants to examine it in more detail. But with the help of Anakin Yoda can escape from the hospital and puts himself on the search for the source of the voice.
    If it's fake, they're going to great lengths to make it seem real, as this matches up with clips we've seen previously. I hope it's real, and I'm glad that the Mace/Jar Jar pairing is going across two full episodes. I wonder if the Sifo-Dyas episode is connected to the Yoda arc, but I'm glad that they're (hopefully) going to delve into Qui-Gon and the Jedi spirits more here. I bet that's the arc that Dave has referred to as being a good finale for the series.
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    And here's the final two (SPOILERS AHEAD):


    Guided by the Force, Yoda travels to the heart of the galaxy. There, on the planet where he finds the origin of the Force, he must face difficult trials. Only upon passing them will the Sages deem him worthy of learning the deepest mysteries of the Force....


    On Moriband, the homeworld of the Sith, the time has come for Yoda to pass his final test. Only then will he learn the best-kept secret of his order, but first a most powerful enemy awaits....
    Of course, EU people have been freaking out about the Sith planet not being called Korriban. Maybe George thought it was too close to Coruscant? Its new name is a little closer to Mortis, and I have to wonder if they'll tie those episodes in here somehow with all the Qui-Gon and Force connections.

    It sounds like the Sages are something like the Whills, or what we all thought they could be. And I hope that Mark Hamill's performance (he called him "Darth somebody") is somewhere in one of these episodes, if it ever got finished.
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