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A War on Two Fronts 

By a request from Lux Bonteri, Anakin, Obi-Wan, Ahsoka and Rex travel to Onderon to help train a group of rebels so they can take back the capital city of Iziz from the Separatists.

Director:

Dave Filoni

Writers:

George Lucas (created by), Chris Collins
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Matt Lanter ... Anakin Skywalker (voice)
Dawn-Lyen Gardner ... Steela Gerrera / Rebel (voice)
Ashley Eckstein ... Ahsoka Tano (voice)
Andrew Kishino Andrew Kishino ... Saw Gerrera / Rebel (voice)
Jason Spisak ... Lux Bonteri (voice)
James Arnold Taylor ... Obi-Wan Kenobi (voice)
Matthew Wood ... Battle Droids / Onderon Rebel #1 (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Clone Troopers / Captain Rex (voice)
Tom Kane ... Announcer / Yoda (voice)
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson ... Mace Windu (voice) (as Terrence Carson)
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By a request from Lux Bonteri, Anakin, Obi-Wan, Ahsoka and Rex travel to Onderon to help train a group of rebels so they can take back the capital city of Iziz from the Separatists.

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6 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The planet Onderon first appeared in the Dark Horse comic book series 'Tales of the Jedi' and was also a location in the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords (2004). See more »

Goofs

Adi Gallia (Female Tholothian Jedi) was killed in previous episode, but now she appears in the Jedi Council. However, this is because the episodes aren't always in chronological order, and this episode takes place before the previous one. See more »

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Narrator: Separatist takeover complete! Another Republic planet has fallen. Onderon has seceded to the Confederacy of Independent Systems under the rule of a new king. However, a small band of rebels have taken refuge deep within the vast and savage wilderness. From an abandoned outpost, they plot to take back the heavily fortified capital city of Iziz and end the Separatist occupation...
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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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A nice story
9 November 2013 | by A_VoiceSee all my reviews

This episode is a start to a nice story, which is actually believable.

Ashoka and company train self defense to a handful of rebels in a newly found separatist controlled planet. But, it thus leads to terrorism and a full out freedom movement, and a war on a second front. Ashoka there is united with a past friend.

Is it right to train a pocket of rebels so they can overthrow a ruler. Maybe or maybe not. It is am engaging episode with some well choreographed action scenes, but it is low on "emotion" value, which I think is what the makers were trying to do. You do not feel the attachment towards the characters, i'e' if one of them is to die, you won't feel bad or sad about it. Except Ashoka of-course. Maybe it is intentional as Cartoon Network is viewed by little children too, who prefer action to some emotional drama. And one more thing, that nudge in the back scene seems a little irritating to me because of the fact that it was repeated a few times :/.

Direction/animation: Good!.

Script: Good.

Music: Great!.

Overall an engaging and enjoyable episode.


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