The search for his long lost brother, Darth Maul, leads Savage Opress to the junk planet of Lotho Minor.

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Savage Opress (voice)
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Morley (voice)
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Darth Maul (voice)
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Obi-Wan Kenobi / Pilot (voice)
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Count Dooku / Loubo (voice)
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Asajj Ventress (voice)
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Narrator / Yoda / Police Officer (voice)
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Ahsoka Tano / Marwigo (voice)
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Latts Razzi (voice)
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Mother Talzin (voice)
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The search for his long lost brother, Darth Maul, leads Savage Opress to the junk planet of Lotho Minor.

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9 March 2012 (USA)  »

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "A fallen enemy may rise again, but the reconciled one is truly vanquished." See more »

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At the end of the previous installment, 'Bounty', Asajj Ventress went her own way. But in 'Brothers' she is back at the Mos Eisley Cantina with Latts Razzi, where they first met. See more »

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Narrator: A darkness awakes! Count Dooku's bitter betrayal of his former apprentice Asajj Ventress resulted in the creation of a new menace in the galaxy: Savage Opress. Caught in a deadly game of revenge between Ventress and Dooku, Savage barely escaped the carnage. Beaten and alone, he returned to Mother Talzin, his creator, who gave him a new quest: to pursue his long-lost brother.
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References Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) See more »

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Why a sort of worm-snake?
9 July 2012 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

Why this such an awful character's choice? Why putting a sort of worm/snake/parasite having such a lousy vocalization, such a poor dialogue, badly chosen characterization and deeply poor interaction, guiding the naive Savage to his brother's spider lair trap? Just to illustrate how miserably Darth Maul went?... And it was there, like a religious entity (snake), waiting at the perfect spot within the perfect timing, expecting for a prey... how many preys fell into a sort of cyborg hell world...? For how long was the snake patrolling the area feeding on Darth Maul's leftovers, I mean, for how long would both survive if only feeding on preys that felt randomly and improbably into an inhospitable and mechanical world...? A Englishworm speaker also, like C-3PO, fluent in...?...What a...?

Why spoiling this episode when the edition, the animation and the narrative were being great and potentially great? Why not giving pause involving the spectator in the creepy trash world of its robotic apocalyptic inhabitants? Why creating such stupid interaction of characters (Savage and the worm or whatever), when silence and sound design would be the key factors for a epic introduction to a mysterious world, for the search of a lost and mad brother? Why damaging the momentum of being introduced to an unknown and unrecognisable insane Darth Maul? Why such a bad choice of such a "childish" dangerously and pastiched trap? (whooa, the snake led the powerful devil, the one that challenged Dooku to a spider web trap...!! Lord of the Rings?)

It is very unfortunate observing both excellent editing and animating works being jeopardized by such poor out-of-place narrative choices when the pace in general was walking greatly... It is very demoralizing to wonder that there are 3 filters commanding Luca's legacy: the audience label, the economics, and the Lucascentrism.


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