Finally on their way back to Republic space, D-Squad uncovers a Separatist plan involving a sabotaged Jedi cruiser.

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Finally on their way back to Republic space, D-Squad uncovers a Separatist plan involving a sabotaged Jedi cruiser.

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "You must trust in others or success is impossible." See more »

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Narrator: Mission accomplished! Colonel Gascon and his droid squad steal an encryption module needed to crack a Separatist code and stop an impending attack on the Republic. After surviving The Void and escaping the hostile planet of Abafar, our heroes finally appear to be headed in the right direction...
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Finally this tiresome arc is over!
4 December 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

An average episode. The story drags forward as D-Squad encounters one more problem. They certainly have the affinity to get into unusual problems.

There is nothing much to offer. But a the cliffhanger or the unusual or sudden appearance of a Jedi Star ship out of no where is explained. I suppose the plan the D Squad was formed to prevent, has already commenced, and they somehow get caught within it(maybe). The strange part is, Jedi council who sent the droids on an important mission does not seem to care about it at all. Also there is a lack of character development. Droids are loved as they are humans and clones are sacrificed as they are droids.

Only redeeming factor is the CGI and Oscar quality sound effects. Animation is top notch, specially the blast scene.

Direction: Average.

Script/Story: Weak.

Music: Good.

An arc which can be skipped on a whole, nothing special or gripping about it.


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