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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 2 Release Date, Trailer and Plot

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is an American CGI animated science fiction series that is set in the self-created Star Wars galaxy. The series originally enjoyed its debut on Cartoon Network, but it later changed its premiering platform and joined hands with Netflix. However, the latest update remains that you can watch the latest Season 7 only on Disney+. The spellbound animation is created by Lucasfilm Animation (Singapore) and CGCG Inc.

Each episode of the series has 22-minute running time which fills the half-hour time slot. The clone wars brought fan-favorite Darth Maul back from the ‘dead’ and touch upon the multiple origin storylines that connect to the Stars Wars saga. The series has gained windfall appreciation for high octane actions, multifaceted tone, and wide-ranging themes. It remarkably explores some secret political plots and establishes a seamless connection to the ‘Star Wars’ prequel trilogy.

The series has earned a multiple Daytime Emmy Awards for its remarkable creation. It has earned a surreal 100% critical ratings and 96% audience ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. The series has got appreciation on account of impeccable voice acting as well.

When is Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 2 Release Date?

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 2 has been released on Disney+ on February 28, 2020. Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Episode 3 is going to release on March 6, 2020. We will keep you posted with the latest developments.

What is Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Trailer?

The trailer of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 is out! Watch and enjoy-

What is Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Plot?

As said earlier, the animation series has its roots in the fictional ‘Star Wars’ universe. The series uses it the power of ingenuity to showcase various battles involving antagonists like the grievous Dooku. We can also visualize the attempt of ‘Republic’ and ‘Separatists’ to merge the other planets with them. As you can already see, the series actually deals with cosmic politics in hushed corners.

As the seasons have progressed, we witnessed Anakin’s skywalker’s gradual descent into his darkness. Along with Anakin, we also view an imperative character development of Ahsoka.

Season 6 has reflected the events in the attack of Clones, the revenge of the Sith and has revealed more information about Order 66. Yoda travels to the core of the galaxy into his final test where he is forced to see a dreadful vision involving Darth Bane. As the politics of the cosmos deepens, chancellor Palpatine grows more determined in his quest for power.

Season 7 is going to be the final season of the Star War series. It’s the first episode that has already begun to focus on Ahsoka Tano and her emotional turbulence. As the season progresses, she will finally decide to cut her ties from the Jedi order. As the battle gets intensified, Ahsoka can reunite with her master Anakin Skywalker whose behavior during the fight might lead him to the dark side.

We will also visualize the setup for Ahsoka’s high octane battle with Darth Maul. Creators of the show have revealed that the ultimate version of the series will explore the Siege of Mandalore.

All such events which will span throughout Season 7 will eventually lead to apocalyptic Order 66 where Palpatine acquires the Republic and establishes his reign.

Who is Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 Cast?

The series has obvious reasons to take pride in its quality crew of fine voice artists. The lead character and the popular Star Wars character, Anakin Skywalker is being voiced and brought to life by Matt Lanter. Likewise, Obi-Wan Kenobi is given the power of dialogue by James Arnold Taylor.

We also Ashely Eckstein voicing the character of Ahsoka Tano, Dee Bradley voicing Captain Rex, the head of the Grand Army of the ‘Republic’.

Other voice artists include Baker as Saesee Tiin, Matthew Wood as Battle droids, Corey Burton as the formidable Count Dooku and Ian Abercrombie and Tim Curry (combined) as Palpatine. The narrator of the animation series is none other than Tome Kane. He also voices an array of characters like Yoda, cultist Aide, Medical Droid, Admiral Yularen and others. Other voice artists include Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn, Brian George as Ki-Adi-Mundi and many more.