Obi-Wan, Anakin and a detachment of the 501st investigate the slaughter of a Republic outpost on Orto Plutonia. They soon find a Separatist base destroyed by the same aggressors, who turn out to be a clan of native Talz that just want to be left alone. Unfortunately Pantoran dignitary Chi Cho claims the planet to be under his people's jurisdiction and orders the unwanted aliens to be either removed or wiped out. As the Jedi cannot interfere, the only hope for a peaceful resolution lies with young senator Riyo Chuchi. Written by
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C-3PO refers to Thi-Sen as "Son of Suns," another artifact from old Star Wars scripts. Old drafts made reference to a prophesized hero being named "The Son of Suns," but it never made it into any of the movies. Some Star Wars fans think the Skywalker/Chosen One prophecy might make mention of "Son of Suns," but its casual use in Thi-Sen's title suggests that's not the case. Also, some fans mistakenly believe that the crowds during the Coruscant or Naboo celebrations in the movies shout out "the son of suns," but this was debunked in 2007. See more
We promised their chief there would be no retaliation.
We've arranged a meeting between their high council and you, and the senator. They want peace.
We can't send troopers. They'll think we lied.
Chairman Chi Cho
These creatures are little more than animals. You can't lie to an animal."