The people of Onderon have decided to revolt against the Separatists, leading to a full scale revolt between the Rebels and Battle Droids.



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Episode cast overview:
Steela Gerrera / Rebel / Citizen (voice)
Ahsoka Tano (voice)
Lux Bonteri / Rebel / Citizen (voice)
Saw Gerrera / Rebel / Citizen (voice)
Hondo Ohnaka / Guard / Rebel (voice)
King Ramsis Dendup / Citizen / Rebel (voice)
Kalani / Citizen / Rebel (voice)
Battle Droids / Vendor (voice)
Kirk Thornton ...
King Sanjay Rash / Citizen / Rebel (voice)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (voice)
General Tandin / Citizen / Rebel (voice)
Count Dooku / Citizen / Rebel (voice)
Female Rebel #1 / Female Rebel #2 (voice)
Narrator (voice)


The people of Onderon have decided to revolt against the Separatists, leading to a full scale revolt between the Rebels and Battle Droids.

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27 October 2012 (USA)  »

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "Disobedience is a demand for change." See more »


Narrator: War in the Inner Rim! Rebel leader Steela Gerrera has joined forces with General Tandin after boldly rescuing Onderon's former king from execution, evading a trap set by Separatist ally King Rash and the droid general Kalani. Amid growing public support and rising unrest, Ahsoka continues to monitor the rebels' efforts as they rally around Ramsis Dendup to restore his reign as the rightful king and finally put an end to the Separatist occupation of Onderon...
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References Battlestar Galactica (1978) See more »

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Certainly an Improvement
13 November 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This episode improves upon the flaws of previous 2 to 3 episodes. It is more intense, and darker than the previous.

It marks the end of the Onderon Arc, as the freedom struggle continues and Ashoka grows more concerned and insecure.

It seems strange as to why Dooku wouldn't create an International incident about Jedi or the republic helping terrorists. A well directed episode. One feels attached to the characters, even though it lacked Character development except Ashoka who grows mature and more responsible. CGI is also top notch.

Direction: Good.

Script: Good.

Music: Good.

A fitting and excellent end to an average arc.

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