Clone Wars The TCW episode ideas thread

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  1. Glymphid_Warlord Jedi Master

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    I figured a thread like this deserved to be made at some point in time. To keep things organized, here is a certain format in which you should post your ideas:

    Title:

    Episode Brief:

    Full Synopsis: (Including a 'Jedi fortune cookie,' if you so desire)

    So, the point of this thread is as the title indicates - to serve as a place to share episode ideas in an organized fashion. This is the place to post ENTIRE, complete episode ideas, not little snippets of, 'Oh, here's a cool idea,' etc. However, responses are welcome if you have something to say about a PREVIOUSLY POSTED idea. Let the ideas begin, and have fun!
  2. koonfan Jedi Grand Master

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    Oh, joy! I love writing. Really, I do. XD

    But what if the episode synopsis is too long?

    Anyhoo, here's something I've always dreamed about...
    Title: The Jedi Hunter

    Episode Brief: The deadly new Separatist Weapon, EG-05, has been unleashed to strike shadowy blows at the Jedi. Unable to ignore it anymore, the Jedi Order assigns their most skilled investigator, Quinlan Vos (or Anakin if production does not allow Quinlan) to track down and destroy this threat.

    Full Synopsis: Jedi Fortune Cookie: The mind is the greatest weapon of all.
    Newsreel: An enemy in the shadows! Striking from the shadows, the new prototype Jedi Hunter Droid, EG-05 has been striking covert blows at the Jedi on multiple worlds! Unable to divert their attentions, yet realising this deadly new threat, the Jedi Council sends their greatest spy and investigator, Quinlan Vos, to investigate the trail of death this assassin has left behind...

    Act 1: We open up with a Separatist lab lit up with blood red lights on the world of <Separatist world>. EG-05 is strapped to a desk and is deactivated while Dooku and Asajj discuss this new weapon with EG-05's creator, a Muun by the name of Ril Makoy, alongside his boss San Hill.

    Dooku remarks that the new weapon has already proven to be a powerful addition to the Separatist forces, and asks how soon it can be mass produced. Ril snivellingly begs the Count for more patience, as despite being based on designs from Grievous, the droid utilises several unique and deadly features that must be properly tested in combat and recalibrated before mass production can be done. The data is simply insufficient.

    Asajj sneers at the Muun and declares that another droid is not special, and certainly not a replacement for the Dark Side of the Force. However, Dooku proves her point by using the force to choke and levitate her, warning her not to speak out of turn unless she can back up her statements with her own achievements. Ventress chokes out that she has been Dooku's most loyal and capable agent, and the Count releases her, supposing she's right. She is more use to him alive than dead, after all.

    Asajj is able to gather herself enough to prove her competence by making a report: The droid has left a trail of bread crumbs that the Jedi have greedily eaten up, and an investigator is on his way. Dooku scowls, but San Hill assures the Count that this is the perfect opportunity to further test out the power of the droid. Dooku hopes, for their sake, that they are correct.

    An oddly shaped ship enters the atmosphere. It's Quinlan's ship, the Skorp-ion. Inside, Quinlan is holding a final meeting with the Jedi Council on the mission. Mace Windu wishes they didn't have to send Quinlan so deeply into enemy territory, but the Jedi Hunter can't be ignored. It's been killing Jedi, from the lowliest Padawan to unwary Knights. If they just let this happen, it'll cause substantial damage to their numbers in both the short and long term. Quinlan understands and assures the masters that he'll do what he can to stop the threat and find out as much as possible. Yoda warns Quinlan to be mindful of his surroundings, as ambush has been a favoured tactic of this new droid. Plo Koon warns Quinlan that even Master Kcaj was barely able to escape the droid, stating that its technique was flawless. With that, the meeting ends, and Quinlan finds a stealthy, well covered area to land his ship. The wry Jedi remarks that this is where the fun begins.

    Quinlan makes his way through dark, depressing corridors lit eerily. He makes notes that the whole place seems very covert, and it took several informants to locate it. It seems to have traits of a droid foundry, but it's much smaller. Along the way, Quinlan is able to spy schematics on viewscreens, making him wonder if they're trying to make another Grievous. He overhears Ril Makoy telling his crew to prepare his ship for evacuation, as he doesn't want to run into the Jedi, but Quinlan cuts this short by leaping into action. Ril frantically screams "TRAP! IT'S A TRAP!" while battle droid
  3. koonfan Jedi Grand Master

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    Act 2: EG-05 combats Quinlan Vos, making statements and analyses about the Jedi's fighting style. Quinlan initially attempts the styles he is familiar with, but his fears are confirmed when the droid is able to parry and counter them with relative ease. The two fight a moving duel, wrecking a good deal of the lab with the droid's merciless mechanical onslaught, utilising its superior strength, speed and stamina along with its database of lightsabre techniques. We are given brief glimpses into its POV, how it analyses the fighting style and stance of Vos, as well as how it browses its databanks of techniques instantly to counter.

    Quinlan realises that the droid is too tenacious an opponent to overcome, and that the odds are stacked against him, so he uses the Force to violently push the droid away before speeding off to buy himself time to think. The Jedi Hunter approximates a mechanical equivalent of a cackle and enters a game of cat and mouse with Quinlan. Over time, Quinlan attempts several technical ambushes, but the droid is too quick for him. Quinlan makes his way through the base and (possibly with his ability to read memories off surfaces) views the technical specifications, finding that the droid prototype was given armor plating similar to Grievous, but that future generations would have cheaper materials yet similar combat abilities. After viewing the specs, he discovers a crucial weakness: The central processing unit in its chest! However, before he can read anymore data, a shot is heard and Quinlan leaps out of the way. The console he was accessing is destroyed by a giant red laser bolt. The EG-05 reverts its arm back into sabre combat mode and engages Quinlan again.

    Quinlan focuses on trying to get at the droid's chest, but the Jedi Hunter is too precise. He is forced to rethink his strategy and continues his running fight. Finally, the droid delivers a power blow which sends Quinlan into the development room where it was stored.

    Act 3: Quinlan readies himself for another duel, but remembers what it was that Master Yoda said. Quinlan calms himself and Force pushes the droid towards a power node that provides it with energy during recharging. Quinlan strains himself, breaking apart the power node. It explodes in a burst of electricity electrocuting the droid. Quinlan tries to take this chance to destroy the droid by hurling his sabre at it, but the droid is able to react just in time to deflect the sabre, though one of its hands is sliced off as a result.

    EG-05 charges towards Quinlan, its movements and scanners now haywire, but still coherent enough to detect and attack the Jedi. Quinlan pulls his sabre towards him, blocks the incoming blow and attempts to finish off the droid, but even with one hand, it's able to adequately defend itself. Quinlan realises his mistake, that using the sabre is playing into the droid's hands. He brings an end to the fight by drawing his own handheld blaster and shooting the droid in the chest three times, finally slicing its other arm off and Force Pushing it into the other power node. His work done, Quinlan destroys the information on the Jedi Hunter after making a copy to bring to the Order and leaves.

    On Coruscant, Quinlan gives his report, and Yoda is especially pleased that Quinlan did what he does best: Think outside the box. However, the council agrees that the Separatists are determined to win this war with any means necessary, and the Jedi must keep a broad mind to solutions if they are to prevail.

    Meanwhile, Dooku is displeased with Ril Makoy, stating that the project is to be discontinued. He informs the whimpering Muun that if a single skilled ad intelligent Jedi was able to destroy a battle hardened Jedi Hunter, then it is not worth spending their precious resources on. Despite his protests, Ril Makoy is shot down, but allowed to live by Dooku, who remarks that his talents would be put to better use in other areas, but another failure will not be tolerated. Asajj and Dooku leave the nervous Ril, who begins to regret the Banking Clan's deal.

  4. Obi-Mcfly Jedi Knight

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    Hmm, this seems cool. When I find the time, I'll write one up. Maybe tommorow.

    @Koonfan: This may just be me, but it might be more effective to keep the Jedi Hunter in the shadows a bit, as opposed to having everyone know what it is, and even have it in the opening reel. Yeah, it's the same as Malevolence, but I think that works. Just my take.

    On a completely unneccessary technical note, this is more along the lines of a treatment than a synopsis. Synopsis is usually only 3-4 paragraphs.
  5. koonfan Jedi Grand Master

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    Yeah, the Jedi Hunter seems to be made more for the secret weapon sort of mold. The final bit I wrote left the door open for its (at least to the cast) unexpected return. I agree it would have been better to have a private investigation without the slightest hint of what the heck it was, but I was making it up as I go. XD

    Also, I was following the format of the episode guides on the official sites. Anything further I reckon'll be the 3-4 paragraphs. It's a whole lot easier.
  6. goraq Jedi Youngling

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    They should make an episode about something shady going on in the Senate.
  7. Glymphid_Warlord Jedi Master

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    Goraq, if you're going to post ideas, please do so in the format described above.
  8. ILuvJarJar Force Ghost

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    Title: Protical Murderer

    Plot summery: Grevous has captured C-3PO and has made him the sepretists new Jedi hunting droid. Grevious uses C-3PO and creates a third party in the war.
  9. Darth4l Jedi Padawan

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    Indiana Jones quadrilogy spoof (sorry for spelling)

    ep 1- Raiders of the golden saber

    After comeing back from a day off because it was her birthday, Ashoka has to do a history repot to become a knight. She finds an old dusty moldy book inside a secret cabinet in the top of the archives in a dark cold boring hallway. (3min in)

    For the next 16 minutes she narrates some of the stories of The Legend of the Golden Saber.

    Then she goes to the council to tell them about the finding. Yoda says he hid the book so no one would ever find out about t the power of the saber. It is the ultimate power .You win every battle no matter what, you?re the most powerful thing in the universe. They could also teleport within the planet. If it gets into the wrong hands the galaxy would be in ruins. If an sith, dark Jedi, power hungry person, or a not wise or careful Jedi, the power of it would be in the power of evil. (4 minutes)

    As Ashoka goes back to put the book in the secret place she leaves it on a table to so she could grab a book she wants before some one else gets the popular book. Anakin walks by right when Ashoka puts the book down. He grabs the book and reads it. He puts it down with a creepy smile.(2 Min)

    Episode immediately ends.

    Ep2-The Temple of the Saber

    Starting just after Anakin puts the book down, he lies to Ashoka about the secret mission that they can tell nobody. They go off to dagobah. As Anakin reaches the special cave were the special saber is They are attacked by native swampa, (a swamp wampa), muscular Twi'lek and mini jungle rancor (1/2 the size of a regular) after a long ferrous battle, Anakin defeat the first wave of natives the go into the cave quickly. All a sudden there light saber is pulled out of there hand and flew into the darkness.(10 minutes)

    Fearing that a separatist dark Jedi was with them they went around the cave taking a little look until a second wave caches them. Ashoka was hit by tintin poison and ran to the ship, while he was fighting them off. He are brought to mysterious queen that looked like a across bread of a Twi'lek, rancor and wampa.(6 minutes)
    She sentence Anakin to be sacrificed for the ritual of the moon god. Only human were sacrificed because they killed the son of the god a few hundred years ago. Anakin was put into a special suit that is highly Magnetic. It looked like a metal Speedo with metal round cases around his neck arms and legs. Around his hands and feet were a case that cut off the circulation of the force so he can not use it. Every metal on Anakin was jewel encrusted to please the gods. He waited there until midnight when a full moon that came once a decade was at its highest (4minutes)

    Meanwhile Ashoka was resting in the ship. All a sudden a droid ship landed next to Ashoka?s ship. Many battle droids and a strange guy with the black light saber (darksaber) (wearing vaders secret apprentices light armor outfit) came out of the ship. He told the battle droids to quietly raid the jade ship. When the droids came in one tripped next to a bookshelf that knocked over a tintin poison antidote onto Ashoka. It cured and waked up Ashoka. Ashoka quietly took apart the droids using her force. She got out of the ship and heard a ritual chant and a lit up temple on top of the mountain.(4minutes)

    Ep3- The Saber Crusade

    Ashoka Quietly goes to the bottom of the Mountain and changes into the natives special ritual cloths.She goes to the top of the Mountain While a human is being sacrificed by his heart and brain being cut out the prince and queen. They though it into a special moon rock lava so the moon god would feast for there delightful men. Next Anakin was up. They took a knife and started to slice him and then Ashoka put out a powerful force that knocked every one down. Everyone started to run down the mountain except for the darksaber guy and a few natives.(3minutes in)
    Ashoka using her force she started to kill the natives and the other guy. Then she unlooked one of Anakin?s hands, so Anakin can use the force to unlock the other parts. Then She w
  10. Glymphid_Warlord Jedi Master

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    Darth4l, this is a serious thread, meant for serious ideas. (And if your ideas posted above are intended to be serious, you are either out of your mind or you haven't the slightest clue what this TV show is about.) I'm afraid you'll have to kiss your ideas goodbye. Or, if you don't understand that, take into consideration the words of one of my favorite characters:

    "It's a shame you came so far to be frustrated." - Darth Tyranus
  11. ILuvJarJar Force Ghost

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    I think he was serious about it....weird....
  12. Glymphid_Warlord Jedi Master

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    Maybe he was... If he wasn't, I couldn't imagine him spending that much time and effort on it.
  13. Glymphid_Warlord Jedi Master

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    Nice idea, though I don't know why in the world Grievous would choose 3PO, of all the droids in the galaxy... Surely he could find better?
  14. JediOverlord Jedi Grand Master

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    I've got an idea of something along the lines of Anakin and/or Ashoka being captured and forced to fight in a gladiatorial pit match, and the only way out is to kill their opponent(s).
  15. Glymphid_Warlord Jedi Master

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    That's great, but please read the opening post.
  16. koonfan Jedi Grand Master

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    Title: Shriek-Hawk Down
    Episode Brief: Some time after the battle of Katrasii, clone captain Jag recounts the events of that battle to his fellow pilots in the ARC-170 testing program. (or the battle of Katrasii itself to make use of the Newsreel)
    Synopsis: Jedi Fortune Cookiee: Sometimes, a second chance is all one needs.
    The episode opens in the middle of the battle, where Commander Jag leads his squad of fighters on precision strikes. He internally narrates the rest of the episode and, barring a few occasions, the story is shown almost entirely from his POV. After an initial advantage with their bombing runs and artillery, the Seps were able to find a hole in their offensive. They used the chance to launch hit and run tactics from both land and sky, sending one charge after another to widen the gap and scatter the Republic troops.

    Jag is ordered by High Jedi General Plo Koon to fall back and regroup. Perhaps if they pooled the main thrust of their forces, they can stem the assaults and launch a counter. Jag (in a show of independent thought) thinks they can press the assault a second time when the Seps fall back. He leads an attack but his unit is soon torn apart by another enemy assault, and soon his crippled fleet of fighters is forced to retreat. A surprisingly agile fan-fighter tracks and shoots down his wingmates, one after another, and damages his fighter even more. However, Plo and his Delta-7B swoop in just in time, dogfighting the enemy fighter and buying time for Jag to land his fighter somewhere safe.

    Landing in a firefight, Jag discovers that the Seps were using Lancer droids on swoops to perform hit and run attacks. The mighty Durge appears with his lancer troops as they position themselves for one more push, but out of the sky drops Plo Koon (his fighter seen flying away in the distance), who telekinetically forces as many swoop bikes as possible into the ground. He orders his troops to blast the droids and ransack the swoops, helping Jag to one of them. Durge is quick to get up and swiftly disposes of a group of survivors, but Plo Koon holds him off while ordering Jag to get away. The clone obliges and, with some lancers after him, leaves on the stolen swoop, retreating to a republic emplacement where the battered survivors are helped into a dropship.

    In present time (revealing that Jag was telling his story to some cadets in an ARC-170 testing facility), Jag explains that after that, they beat a fighting retreat and lost the planet. For acting on his own and jeopardising the plan, Jag was demoted to Captain and likely would never have flown again. However, Plo approached him and encouraged him, appreciating his efforts and initiative. The Jedi Master said that right now, a new class of fighter was being developed, and test pilots were needed. Some of the clones express disgust at his disobeying orders to take a chance, while others think they would have tried to do the same. Plo Koon enters the area and is greeted and thanked by Jag. The Jedi says it was nothing, as Jag was too good a pilot and too good a man to leave behind. He deserved a second chance.
  17. The_Attackinator Jedi Knight

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    Title: The Cave

    Episode Brief: While on a mission to Dagobah, Master Yoda encounters a cave filled with the dark side of the Force.

    Full Synopsis

    "Some things are better left untouched."

    Newsreel:
    Droid armies everywhere!
    As the galaxy is overrun with the Confederacy's
    battle droid armies, the Jedi are sent to dismantle
    the CIS' many droid manufacturing centers, in an
    attempt to stop their production of battle droid units.
    Spearheading the mission, Jedi Master Yoda travels to
    the distant Dagobah system, where the presence of a
    massive Separatist droid factory has been reported
    by Clone Intelligence....

    Act I
    In the Dagobah system, Master Yoda's small fleet of Star Destroyers jumps out of hyperspace. Onboard the Acclamator-class Star Destroyer Intrepid, Yoda watches out the forward viewport from the bridge. Clone Lieutenant Thire approaches, informing Yoda that a small strike force has been assembled, and they are standing by for departure. A clone officer announces that he is picking up a signature Separatist beacon from a location under the planet's surface, and gives Yoda and Thire the coordinates of said location.

    The strike team departs via an attack shuttle, and soon land on a rock ledge on the planet, sandwiched between two murky bodies of water. As the team exits the craft, Yoda senses a presence and abruptly turns about, only to find himself face-to-face with an IG-100 MagnaGuard. The guard is not alone, however, and calls to his aid a myriad of battle droids, which surround the strike team.

    Act II
    The MagnaGuard orders that the clones' weapons be taken from them, and as the guard itself stoops down to retrieve Yoda's lightsaber, the aged Jedi unleashes the Force upon him, sending him crashing into his fellow droids. A stunned battle droid sergeant pulls out a comlink, hastily sending a message to the CIS foundry security center, but is cut down by the wily Yoda before the droid can finish transmitting the message.

    The clones seize hold of the situation, knocking their blasters out of the droids' three-fingered hands, and lay waste to the small squad of 'tinnies.' After all the droids are little more than smoking piles of metal, Yoda calls his team together. He proposes that they retreat into a nearby cave before more droids arrive, but halts at the doorway when he senses the presence of the dark side. Telling the clones to wait, he draws his lightsaber and ventures deep inside the cave. Using his saber and the power of the Force to guide his way, Yoda uncovers the skeletal remains of a dead Bpfassi, and comes to the conclusion that the darkness is resonating from the fallen alien. However, when he turns about to head out, a red blade flashes down to meet his, and the face of the Sith Lord Count Dooku comes into the light.

    Act III
    Count Dooku holds up in his non-blade hand what Yoda recognizes to be a Sith holocron. Dooku tells Yoda that the pursuit of knowledge and power has brought him to Dagobah, not merely the fact that its location is ideal for a hidden droid foundry and base. Yoda scoffs at Dooku's quest for power, saying it will lead him nowhere, and Dooku engages him in a fierce lightsaber duel within the cave.

    In-between strikes and parries, Dooku makes it clear that the dead individual was once a Dark Jedi who traveled to Dagobah in search of the holocron, but was soon killed by a Jedi the same species as Yoda. Dooku brags that though he and Yoda are in the same situation as the Dark Jedi and Jedi several hundred years earlier, it would be the dark-sider who wins, this day, not the light-sider. Yoda chases the Sith Lord down through a tunnel, only to find that he has inadvertantly traveled into the heart of the droid foundry.

    A handful of MagnaGuards take Yoda to the detention block, and Dooku takes possesion of the Jedi's lightsaber. Meanwhile, on the surface, the clones are overtaken by CIS forces, who wait outside the cave for Count Dooku's arrival at the scene. The droid commander speak
  18. fanboyskywalker Jedi Master

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    Great... I can see the lawsuits now. The show stole my idea!
  19. fanboyskywalker Jedi Master

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    Hey Darth4L -- I like your ideas! Maybe not right for SW, but at least it's something different to read on here. :) And welcome to the boards, glad to have you here.

    Hey guys, I'm surprised at the way you dismiss him and insult his ideas. No need to be so mean!
  20. The_Attackinator Jedi Knight

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    True... LOL
  21. koonfan Jedi Grand Master

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    Bumping as I think this is a good topic. I agree we should have at least acknowledged an Indiana Jones TYPE of episode would be nice...XD

    Title: The Siege of Dorin

    Episode Brief: Separatists invade the Kel Dorian homeworld of Dorin (yes, I am obsessed). Master Oppo Rancicis, with the aid of the populace and the Jedi Order's own Kel Dorian Jedi, coordinates the defense of the planet.

    Full Synopsis

    "The bonds of family can never be broken."

    Newsreel:
    A mysterious world under siege!
    After Dorin's High Council refuses to aid the Separatists,
    LORD TYRANUS opts to FORCE their allegiance!
    Cunningly avoiding the world's orbiting black holes,
    GENERAL GRIEVOUS and SORA BULQ have begun the siege of Dorin!
    In response to this aggression, the Republic
    sends High General OPPO RANCICIS, assisted by both
    the order's Kel Dorian Jedi and the planet's populace!

    Act I
    In a Jedi Cruiser's bridge, the snakelike Oppo Rancicis faces holograms of Jedi Master Plo Koon and Grand Premiere Ara Dor (who are organising the forces planetside) as well as Jedi Knight Sha Koon and her grand uncle Yon Koon (who are in charge of a taskforce in space). They review the plan, where Master Rancicis and Master Koon draw the fire of the Separatists once Dooku's ceasefire ends, while Sha Koon and Yon Koon will lead a taskforce to eliminate the gravity well that keeps the Separatists from being driven into the planet's twin black holes, wiping out their precariously placed fleets. While Yon expresses some doubts, a hearty Sha assures the masters that their squad can handle the mission.

    After the meeting, the three forces handle their own issues just before the battle. Master Rancicis, alongside Baran Do consultants, stresses the importance of everything following the plan but worries that prolonged combat will lead to massive casualties for the Kel Dorians. Sha Koon questions her grand uncle's decision to leave the order, but the veteran simply tells her he followed his beliefs and tells her to focus and calm down (actual dialogue to include mentions of corruption, duty, familial bonds, etc.). Ara Dor and Plo meet with Dooku and, after some tense words and delicious backstory references, find that Separatists have already begun landing before the ceasefire period ends. IT'S A TRAP!

    Act II
    As Plo and Ara rush out and rally the populace and their formidable technology against the tanks, speeders and battle droids of the Seps, Oppo Rancicis deftly orders his fleet into a defensive position to intercept Separatist fighters. Forced into action, Sha Koon and Yon Koon are ordered to stand by and prepare to deploy once an opening is made. While Jedi, clones and Kel Dor alike cut down battle droids (Wolffe, in particular, combines use of a ARC trooper's WESTAR-M5 rifle and his own DC-15 pistols), Oppo Rancicis enters into a battle meditation to get his agents an opening.

    In the Void Killer, the powerful new Separatist mobile gravity well, Grievous and Sora Bulq report to Count Dooku, saying that the ambush proceeds as planned. The Count tells them not to estimate two of the council's lifetime members or the will of the Kel Dorians, but says he is sure his most powerful agents should be able to conquer Dorin with care. As the battle rages intensely, the Kel Dor take advantage of Battle Meditation coordination, terrain advantages, technology, and their natural abilities to hold off the droids. Sora realises this is Master Rancicis' doing and Grievous orders him to deal with it. Despite some disputes over the Separatist pecking order, Sora begrudgingly leaves in a pod hunter and an escort of vulture droids.

    Meanwhile, Sha Koon and Yon Koon, alongside their small fleet of fighters (and possibly two or three Redshirt Jedi) take of, weaving through turbolasers and enemy fighters to reach the Void Killer...

    Act III (seems long due to text, but stringed together, roughly fits, I think)
    Sha Koon and Yon Koon successfully board the Void Killer despite losing a couple of fighters. After the group takes out the battle droids i
  22. ILuvJarJar Force Ghost

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    Mabye on a mission Anikan takes C-3PO to Geonosis to translate the Geinosian laungauge to him. Grevous finds Anikan and the droid, thinking that C-3PO may have some power, captures him and uses him as a new sepretist weapon.
  23. Super_Battle_Droid Force Ghost

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    The Catacombs of Death

    Synopsis: General Grievous must escort the Separatist Council members through the Geonosian catacombs while fighting off Jedi, and Clone Commandos.

    Straight from Labyrinth of Evil, but I want to see it!
  24. fanboyskywalker Jedi Master

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    All I have is that I would love to see an R2 episode where we follow R2 around the whole time... what he does during the battles and such. The whole story from his POV. The unsung hero episode.
  25. Super_Battle_Droid Force Ghost

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    Title: Bunking down with the Enemy, or Enemy of Mine.:p

    Jedi Fortune Cookie: The enemy of my enemy is not my friend.

    Synopsis: A lone Clone Trooper and Battle Droid must set aside their differences and work together if they are to survive from a mysterious new enemy to both the Republic and Confederacy.

    Title: None with the Force.

    Synopsis: When Confederacy scientists are sent to Myrkr to study the Force defensive ability of the Ysalamirs, Jedi (Not sure which ones I want yet) are sent to stop them from enslaving the Ysalamirs for scientific experiments.
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