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The Clone Wars Year 2


THE CLONE WARS
DECIDE YOUR DESTINY #2
THE LOST LEGION

Junior Novel: Tracey West, story by Jake T. Forbes
Publisher: Grosset and Dunlap


THE CLONE WARS
DECIDE YOUR DESTINY #4
DOOKU’S SECRET ARMY

Junior Novel: Sue Behrent
Publisher: Grosset and Dunlap
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3632 A.T.C.)
Placement: 12 months after the Battle of Geonosis
Canon Level: Legends


“HONOR BOUND”

Graphic Short Story: Ian Edginton
Publication:
·         Tales #22
·         Tales vol. 6
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Continuity: Tie-in with the Republic Commando game.
Canon Level: Infinities


REPUBLIC COMMANDO

Score: Jesse Harlin
1. Vode An (Brothers All)
2. Prologue
3. The Egg Room
4. Gratua Cuun (Our Vengeance)
5. Improvised Entry
6. They Must Be Asleep
7. The Ghost Ship
8. Ka’rta Tor (One Heart of Justice)
9. Com Interference
10. The Jungle Floor
11. RV Alpha
12. Rage of the Shadow Warriors
13. Through the Canopy
14. Make Their Eyes Water
15. Kachiro by Night Vision
Publisher: LucasArts
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Legends


REPUBLIC COMMANDO
TRIPLE ZERO

Novel: Karen Traviss
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Thomas Hodges
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars, chapter 13
Placement: Sometime before the episode “Jedi Crash.”
Ruminations: Sly reference to The Princess Bride, as one of the tactical droids moans “Incomputable!” as he is beheaded.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS #17

Cartoon:  S01E13, Prod. #122
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 16, 2009
Director: Rob Coleman
Script: Katie Lucas
Timeline: 22 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Newsreel:
“Cloak of Darkness”
 “Rising Malevolence
“Storm over Ryloth”
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Katie Cook
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars, chapter 14
Placement: During the episode “Jedi Crash.”
Continuity: Ties the series in with the comic which inspired it, Empire: To the Last Man.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS #18

Cartoon:  S01E14, Prod. #124
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 23, 2009
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Bill Canterbury
Placement: Newsreel:
“Jedi Crash”
Canon Level: Lucasfilm



CLONE WARS GAMBIT
STEALTH
SIEGE

Novel: Karen Miller
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Karen Miller has not said in what year of the war these occur, and though I greatly suspect that Lucasfilm Limited has maintained the first two seasons and spin-offs in the 22 B.B.Y. range, that year has become crowded. Since No Prisoners takes place “months, not yet a year” after Geonosis, and this is “months” after that story, it seems logical that the novels could easily take place in the second year of the war. However, Karen Miller says in Siege that 21 seasons (years) is “almost longer” than Anakin has been alive. This nonsensical statement leaves one wondering whether she meant that Anakin is almost 21 or just barely 21. Most people I have consulted have thought that the authorial intent here was the former, but Anakin has been gone from Tatooine for “eleven years” in Stealth. I think it’s safe to say that this pushes the episodes after this into the second and third years of the war, and that this particular duology rides right on the cusp of the end of the first year of the war and the beginning of the second. (This placement has lately been borne out by the official Star Wars novels timeline on Facebook and The Essential Reader’s Companion.)
Ruminations: I would not recommend a drinking game based on the occurrences of the in-universe words “stang” and “barve.” You’ll never finish the book.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Grant Gould
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars, chapter 17
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Just before the episode “Blue Shadow Virus.”
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS #20

Cartoon:  S01E17, Prod. #126
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 13, 2009
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Craig Titley
Continuity: Queen Jamillia has stepped down by this episode (as per Nathan Butler’s suggestion).
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Newsreel:
“Rookies”
Canon Level: Lucasfilm



Cartoon:  S01E18, Prod. #202
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 13, 2009
Director: Jesse Yeh
Script: Stephen Melching
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Jeff Carlisle
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars, chapter 15
Placement: Shiv writes a letter to Flanker (who died on Christophsis). The webcomics have necessitated a different sequence for the episodes than I would have preferred, due to the fact that they have, in essence, rectonned a number of them into something approximating their aired order, rather than following the rules indicated by Dave Filoni (see note for “Trespass”). Pablo Hidalgo said even at the time of writing that the webcomics were not "canon," so in theory they need not be taken into account when considering optimal placement. However, this timeline attempts to be as complete as possible, and thus not only includes them, but adjusts the surrounding media to match them as much as possible. Since no mention is made of how long ago Flanker died, it is possible that he was killed shortly before Skywalker was assigned to Christophsis. This is made even more feasible by the episodes written later ("Cat and Mouse" and "The Hidden Enemy"), which extend the Battle of Christophsis beyond the "days" implied by the novelization of The Clone Wars film. 
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS #19

Cartoon:  S01E15, Prod. #125
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 30, 2009
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Stephen Melching
Placement: I don't really understand the official placement of this one. It does not seem like the kind of mission that would follow Anakin’s taking on a Padawan. Ahsoka is not present, and no reference is made to her. This could be one of the missions that Anakin goes on without her (referred to in Shipyards of Doom), but it seems more likely one of the last missions he was assigned to prior to taking her on as a Padawan. In The Clone Wars Season One Episode Guide, Dave Filoni gave a few continuity indicators that he said would be useful in placing the episodes as they came out. Then fans were told that the episodes were airing in order. After a few aired that were clearly not sequential, that official stance was altered … somewhat. Leland Chee started a blog wherein the “official” position of the Clone Wars episodes was given as they air in syndication in the order he has relayed, and Jason Fry wrote the definitive episode guide when the series was cancelled. The trouble is that the episodes as aired do not follow the qualifications given by Filoni, nor, if careful attention is paid to some of the internal evidence, do they actually follow the overall continuity. I have kept with the official position as much as possible (gritting my teeth a bit over a few of the entries), but taken the liberty to deviate somewhat on the placement of episodes where it seemed most appropriate. Fan theories somewhat logically place this after the arc in which Ahsoka contracts a virus, so this is giving her time to recover. This is the logic I am following, at least for now, in order to maintain continuity with the webcomics and allow the "sequel" episode to follow on its heels.
Trivia: Senator Chuchi look familiar? That’s because she was based on an unused model for Amidala. Strangely, she looks more like Natalie Portman than the high-cheekboned puppet they ended up using.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #49

Cartoon:  S03E4, Prod. #225
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 1, 2010
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Katie Lucas and Steven Melching
Continuity: Prior to “Senate Murders,” as Onaconda Farr shows up alive in this episode. So does the bounty hunter Greedo (who, in the EU, has not been born yet—unless one wants to believe that this is Greedo the Elder). Greedo’s appearance is consistent with his deleted scene in Episode I, and one can stretch the events of Tom Veitch’s short story to account for some years spent on Tatooine (the “Empire” referred to must be the ancient Sith Empire, however, and not the Empire we know from the films). Also prior to the Boba Fett trilogy due to the presence of Bossk in Jabba's palace (seen only in widescreen).
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
HERO OF THE CONFEDERACY

Graphic Novella: Henry Gilroy and Stephen Melching
Publication:  The Clone Wars #10-12
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Placement: After the liberation of Ryloth (issue #11). Though the inner flap says that the events of “these stories” (The Clone Wars tales) take place approximately 22 years before the Battle of Yavin, that is a generic placement that includes tales that are specifically dated later. Due to the release date and general way these comics have seemed to interweave with the series, I believe this to be the approximate intended placement.
Continuity: Phase I armor
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“INSIDE JOB”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, November 2009
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka have a close call on a sabotage mission on Gall.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #31

Cartoon:  S02E4, Prod. #205
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 15, 2009
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Melinda Hsu
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Ruminations: This seems to be Padme at her least mature and most needy (to be fair, Skywalker is no paragon of wisdom, but when is he ever?). Since there is no sign of Ahsoka here, I initially thought it best to put this towards the beginning of the Clone Wars, when perhaps Padme was a bit insecure as a new bride. However this episode is intended to lead into the second Battle of Geonosis. The newsreel says that Anakin has just returned from a lengthy tour of duty leading the clone army.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm
           
THE CLONE WARS
“PRELUDE TO POINT RAIN”

Script: Dave Filoni
Publisher: Fan Days Script
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #32

Cartoon:  S02E5, Prod. #207
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 4, 2009
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Brian Larsen
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #33

Cartoon:  S02E6, Prod. #208
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 13, 2009
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Brian Larsen
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #34

Cartoon:  S02E7, Prod. #209
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 20, 2009
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Eoghan Mahony
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #35

Cartoon:  S02E8, Prod. #212
Aired: Cartoon Network, December 4, 2009
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Andrew Kreisberg
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm
Continuity: That poor Mace Windu keeps having to return to Dantooine, ever since chapter 13 of the original Genndy Tartakovsky series.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #28

Cartoon:  S02E17, Prod. #219
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 2, 2010
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Carl Ellsworth
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Ruminations: The Republic is upset over the loss of one of its facilities on Felucia. As of the Holocron trilogy, the Separatists have completely taken over Felucia. So at the very least, this must precede those episodes. Newsreel shows clips from the second Battle of Geonosis, and appears to obliquely refer to those events.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #29

Cartoon:  S02E18, Prod. #222
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 9, 2010
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Craig Titley
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Once again contrary to official placement, we must stick closer to production order, as trooper Trapper is killed in this episode, and alive in the second Battle of Geonosis. There is also a sly reference to a lot of the general’s plans involving falling (a reference to Skywalker falling off the fortress wall). The presence of Y-Wings places it after the Malevolence saga, since they are introduced as new ships in those episodes. Palpatine also appears to be giving the same speech he gives in “Lightsaber Lost” (which may be irrelevant, since it appears to be a prerecorded speech, used in an ironic sense in both episodes).
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #30

Cartoon:  S02E19, Prod. #223
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 16, 2010
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Stephen Melching
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Ruminations: More Ahsoka-less episodes. That Skywalker leaves his Padawan behind more than any other Jedi we’ve seen.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“KEEP THE FAITH”

Graphic Short Story: Tom DeFalco
Publisher: Titan Comics, December 2009
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka lead a Republic force on Taronda, where they are caught in the middle of a Separatist invasion. Asajj Ventress sends spider droids after Ahsoka, and baits Anakin to give in to the dark side.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“IN TRIPLICATE”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, January 2010
Placement: Anakin is sent on a wild goose chase involving a fake kidnapping and two of Padme’s decoys.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“THE DROID DECEPTION”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, February 2010
Placement: Obi-Wan and Mace Windu are ambushed on the Tambor Deep Space Center, and Cody loses several men to a trap. Cody takes out the link between Golgol the Handy and the station and droids.
Continuity: Phase I armor
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“TERROR ON THE TWILIGHT”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, March 2010
Placement: Anakin, Ahsoka, and Rex are attacked on a rescue mission, and the Twilight send careening towards a nebula. While repairs are being effected, Anakin and Rex are lured aboard another vessel by the remotely transmitted voice of Grievous, who has rigged the ship to explode. The Twilight is repaired in time to rescue them.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“MILK RUN TO MAARKA!”

Graphic Short Story: Tom DeFalco
Publisher: Titan Comics, March 2010
Placement: Ahsoka gets more than she bargained for on what is supposed to be a routine information delivery.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“FORECLOSURE”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, April 2010
Placement: Obi-Wan has a fortuitous detour to the Quingarus Deluxe Droid Systems Factory when his astromech is damaged in a skirmish.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“A TROOPER’S TALE”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, May 2010
Placement: Ahsoka is sent on a mission with Kit Fisto to speak with an injured clone. His story reveals that two senators are responsible for the deaths of many of his squadmates.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“A LITTLE HELP ON HAKARA”

Graphic Short Story: Tom DeFalco
Publisher: Titan Comics, June 2010
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka investigate a mysterious call for help on what is supposed to be an uninhabited planet.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“SUITED”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publication: The Clone Wars magazine #3
Publisher: Titan Comics, June 2010
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka repeat their master and slave routine, this time to obtain plans for the Techno Union’s advanced battle droids. Ahsoka rescues Anakin from being forced into a suit that would, ironically, have made him a cyborg.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“PRIZE CONTENDER”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, August 2010
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka break up an illegal rancor-fighting ring.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“THE PROFESSIONAL!”

Graphic Short Story: Tom DeFalco
Publisher: Titan Comics, September 2010
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka interrupt a heist while on a sabotage mission, and team up with a professional thief in order to accomplish both goals.
Canon Level: Legends


OMEGA SQUAD
“ODDS”

Short Story: Karen Traviss
Publication: Republic Commando: True Colors
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: 15 months (460-462 days) after the Battle of Geonosis
Canon Level: Legends


“RATHER DARKNESS VISIBLE”

Graphic Short Story: Jeremy Barlow
Publication:
·         Tales #19
·         Tales vol. 5
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: 15 months after the Battle of Geonosis
Canon Level: Infinities


REPUBLIC COMMANDO
TRUE COLORS

Novel: Karen Traviss
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: 470-483 days after the Battle of Geonosis
Canon Level: Legends


“DARK JOURNEY”

Graphic Short Story: Jason Hall
Publication:
·         Tales #17
·         Tales vol. 5
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: 17 months after the Battle of Geonosis
Canon Level: Infinities


“DEEP FOREST”

Graphic Short Story: Sang Jun Lee
Publication: Visionaries
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: 17 months after the Battle of Geonosis
Placement: After the tragic death of the king’s son, the Wookiees commit to stand against the Separatists.
Canon Level: Infinities


FLASHBACK EVENTS

Source:
·         Republic Commando: Order 66, Prologue, Chapter 2


THE CLONE WARS
“THE GUNS OF NAR HEKKA”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, October 2010
Placement: Obi-Wan and Yoda infiltrate a facility on Nar Hekka in order to put an end to mysterious attacks on Republic ships along the Sheela Run space route.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“SPICES AND SPIES”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, December 2010
Placement: Cad Bane and a Jawa associate turn the tables on a bounty hunter who has stolen a shipment of spice from them.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“BANE VS. …BANE?”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, May 2013
Continuity: Before the destruction of TODO 360.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“JEDI MASQUERADE”

Graphic Short Story: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Titan Comics, December 2011
Placement: Jyl Somtay disguises herself as Aurra Sing after foiling an assassination attempt.
Canon Level: Legends

  
THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #42

Cartoon:  S02E20, Prod. #215
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 23, 2010
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Doug Petrie
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #43

Cartoon:  S02E21, Prod. #218
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 30, 2010
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Eoghan Mahony
Triva: Doug Petrie (“Starcrash”) returns to Star Wars, and Daniel Logan (Episode II) vocally reprises his role as Boba Fett.
Continuity: According to an interview with Daniel Logan in the Star Wars Insider, Boba is supposed to be “about 12” years old in this episode.
Ruminations: Apparently Aurra Sing forgave Boba for giving her the slip on Aargau. She seems to have taken him under her wing again.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #44

Cartoon:  S02E22, Prod. #220
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 30, 2010
Director: Dave Filoni
Script: Dave Filoni and Drew Z. Greenberg
Ruminations: Ponds is killed by Aurra Sing in this episode, placing it after the Zillo Beast episodes.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
BOUNTY HUNTER
BOBA FETT

Junior Novel: Jason Fry
Publisher: Grosset and Dunlap
Continuity: Adaptation of the episodes “Artoo Come Home” and “Lethal Trackdown”
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #45

Cartoon:  S03E5, Prod. #304
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 8, 2010
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Cameron Litvak
Canon Level: Lucasfilm



THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #46

Cartoon:  S03E6, Prod. #226
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 15, 2010
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Cameron Litvak
Ruminations: By all means, send your teeny-bopper Padawan to share her wisdom about corruption to a handful of students her own age—who will, no doubt, take her miniskirt and halter top completely seriously.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm



THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #47

Cartoon:  S03E7, Prod. #221
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 22, 2010
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Katie Lucas
Placement: Ziro the Hutt is still incarcerated, making this prior to “Hostage Crisis.”
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #71

Cartoon:  S04E5, Prod. #320
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 7, 2011
Director: Danny Keller
Script: Bonnie Mark
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #72

Cartoon:  S04E6, Prod. #321
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 14, 2011
Director: Steward Lee


Script: Steve Mitchell and Craig van Sickle
Placement: Originally, I had these placed according to production order, based on the statement that the future episodes would not be aired out of sequence. This was later proven inaccurate when an episode depicting the death of a prominent character preceded an episode in which she appeared alive. This, combined with clues in other episodes, reinforced the notion that production order was generally the best way to view these post-"gap" stories. However, this dulogy, aired out of sequence, still feels disconnected when viewed in either canonical or production order. The reference in "Nomad Droids" to an upcoming senatorial banquet does allow this to precede "Evil Plans" rather neatly, and gives a little more space between "Assassin" and Aurra Sing's next appearance. Take this placement with a grain of salt, but I think it works better than either canonical or production order.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #50

Cartoon:  S03E8, Prod. #303
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 5, 2010
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Steve Mitchell and Craig van Sickle
Continuity: Another prequel to “Hostage Crisis,” this time with Cad Bane and company attempting to garner information about the Senate building (in part of a plot to free Ziro).
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Thomas Hodges
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars, chapter 21
Placement: Before the episode “Hostage Crisis.” Possibly before “Assassin.”
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS #51

Cartoon:  S01E22, Prod. #204
Aired: Cartoon Network, March 20, 2009
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Eoghan Mahony
Continuity: The liberation of Ziro the Hutt from prison by Cad Bane and crew. Newsreel: “Defenders of Peace,” The Clone Wars.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“HUNTING THE HUNTERS”
Part I

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Thomas Hodges
Publication: www.starwars.com
Placement: Between seasons one and two of The Clone Wars, specifically picking up after “Hostage Crisis.” There is a reference to Dooku’s encounters with the Weequay pirates, placing it firmly after “Dooku Captured.” This leads directly into the online game “Gunship over Florrum,” with a brief epilogue for those who complete the game.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“GUNSHIP OVER FLORUM”

Canon Level: Legends


CLONE WARS ADVENTURES

Game: LucasArts
Timeline: 22 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #52

Cartoon:  S03E9, Prod. #303
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 12, 2010
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Steve Mitchell and Craig van Sickle
Placement: Some sources suggest that the mini-droid TODO 360 (voiced by Seth Green) is rebuilt by Anakin Skywalker and later rejoins Cad Bane. This seems unnecessary, considering the fact that the only reason for this is his appearance in “Hunt for Ziro.” If, however, one moves “Hunt for Ziro” to its appropriate place after “Hostage Crisis,” the issue of his being destroyed in an episode only to reappear in a later episode is neatly resolved.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“HUNTING THE HUNTERS”
Part II

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Katie Cook
Publication: www.starwars.com
Placement: Between seasons one and two of The Clone Wars. Onaconda Farr is still alive in this story, placing it before “Senate Murders.” It is definitely after “Bombad Jedi,” however, as there is a reference to a botched invasion. This leads directly into the online game “Swamp Station Sweep,” with a brief epilogue for those who complete the game.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“SWAMP STATION SWEEP”

Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“HUNTING THE HUNTERS”
Part III

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Grant Gould
Publication: www.starwars.com
Placement: Between seasons one and two of The Clone Wars. Ahsoka is on assignment on Felucia (as far as I know, an undocumented adventure). Kenobi says that the trail of Cad Bane has gone cold. “Hunting the Hunters part III” is a sequel of sorts to “Mystery of a Thousand Moons.” This leads directly into the online game “Droids over Iego,” with a brief epilogue for those who complete the game.
Canon Level: Legends



THE CLONE WARS
“DROIDS OVER IEGO”

Canon Level: Legends


REPUBLIC HEROES

Publisher: LucasArts
Placement: Between seasons one and two
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #25

Cartoon:  S02E1, Prod. #123
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 2, 2009
Director: Justin Ridge
Script: Paul Dini
Placement: Ignoring the official placement, this would seem to be TODO 360’s last assignment for Cad Bane. It still takes place prior to “Heroes on Both Sides,” but after the Cad Bane arc featuring the plot to break out Ziro the Hutt. This placement is borne out by the sequence and events of the webcomics.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #26

Cartoon: S02E2, Prod. #113
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 2, 2009
Director: Rob Coleman
Script: George Krstic
Placement: Trooper Denal, who was in “Duel of the Droids,” is apparently killed in this episode, definitely placing this after the “Droids” dulogy.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #27

Cartoon:  S02E3, Prod. #203
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 9, 2009
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Henry Gilroy and Wendy Mericle
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Art: Thomas Hodges, Grant Gould, Jeff Carlisle and Daniel Falconer
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars
Placement: During season two of The Clone Wars. Details the kidnapping of Master Ropal and the aftermath of his death in “Cargo of Doom.”
Continuity: Phase I armor
Canon Level: Legends



Graphic Short Story: Thomas Hodges
Art: Thomas Hodges
Publication:
·         www.starwars.com
·         Tales from The Clone Wars
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #38

Cartoon:  S02E11, Prod. #211
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 22, 2010
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Drew Z. Greenberg
Placement: Prior to “Grievous Intrigue,” as Ahsoka meets Terra Sinube in this episode. She is also with him and the younglings at the beginning of that one. Newsreel shows clips from “Hostage Crisis.”
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #36

Cartoon:  S02E9, Prod. #214
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 1, 2010
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Ben Edlund
Canon Level: Lucasfilm
Triva: Sometime after “ARC Troopers,” due to the destruction of tactical droid TV-94.
Triva: Ben Edlund created The Tick.


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #37

Cartoon:  S02E10, Prod. #206
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 1, 2010
Director: Robert Dalva
Script: Carl Ellsworth
Placement/Continuity: This would appear to be later in the war, as a five-year-old girl claims that a clone is her “Daddy.” The online episode guide indicates that the clone is merely adopted into an already existing family, which would resolve both the dating issue and the established notion that Twi’leks and humans cannot interbreed. However, I have to look at authorial intent, and it would appear to me, based on the coloration, shape of the face, and non-qualified terms of endearment (there is no in-episode indication that this is anything other than the children’s natural father), that the writer meant this to be at least five years into the war. Apparently this was disregarding the three years of the EU, but this doesn’t bother me particularly, since Lucas himself said that the war lasted for “long years” in the prologue to Shatterpoint, and has never been constrained by the licensed properties. That having been said, three years is what I have to work with, so for now, here it goes.
Ruminations: Do all Twi’lek women dress like that? Come on, guys.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“BURN THE BEHEMOTH”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, February 2011
Placement: Prior to the episode “Heroes on Both Sides,” as the costumes are those worn before the time jump.
Canon Level: Legends


“VERSUS”
CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: The Fillbach Brothers (Matt and Shawn)
Publication: Clone Wars Adventures vol. 8
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 22 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Sometime during the Clone Wars
Canon Level: Legends


“PATHWAYS”
CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Jeremy Barlow
Publication: Clone Wars Adventures vol. 8
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Placement: Sometime during the Clone Wars
Canon Level: Legends


“APPETITE FOR ADVENTURE”
CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: The Fillbach Brothers (Matt and Shawn)
Publication: Clone Wars Adventures vol. 9
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 22 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Sometime during the Clone Wars. Early in the war, or perhaps after Anakin’s Knighthood. Obi-Wan dines alone.
Canon Level: Legends


“NO WAY OUT”
CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: The Fillbach Brothers (Matt and Shawn)
Publication: Clone Wars Adventures vol. 9
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 22 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: Sometime during the Clone Wars
Continuity: Phase I armor
Canon Level: Legends


“CHAIN OF COMMAND”
CLONE WARS

Graphic Short Story: Chris Avellone
Publication: Clone Wars Adventures vol. 10
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Placement: Sometime during the Clone Wars
Continuity: Phase II armor
Canon Level: Legends

ALTERNATE PLACEMENT

Slaves of the Republic (graphic novel), “Kidnapped,” “Slaves of the Republic,” and “Escape from Kadavo” (television episode adaptations). This placement would allow both versions to be true … from a certain point of view.


THE CLONE WARS
“HUNTED”

Graphic Short Story: J.P. Rutter
Publisher: Titan Comics, January 2011
Placement: Anakin and Obi-Wan on a mission to retrieve a Republic team with stolen information. They are ambushed by Asajj Ventress.
Canon Level: Legends



THE CLONE WARS
“REPEL ALL BOARDERS!”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, March 2011
Placement: Most likely prior to the episode “Heroes on All Sides,” due to Ahsoka’s seeming inexperience with her Shoto. Obi-Wan and Ahsoka rescue the remnants of the 38th Armored Battalion. (Thanks to Nathan Butler for the placement.)
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #53

Cartoon:  S03E10, Prod. #306
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 19, 2010
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Daniel Arkin
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Continuity: This episode is the first to feature different models for the main characters, indicating a significant passage of time. While it is hinted that over a year has passed, the placement of all the episodes after Clone Wars Gambit necessitates a smaller gap. One year “to the day” after the Battle of Aargonar (“Enemy Lines”).
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #54
“PURSUIT OF PEACE”

Cartoon:  S03E11, Prod. #307
Aired: Cartoon Network, December 3, 2010
Director: Duwayne Dunham
Script: Daniel Arkin
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: RISE OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS #55

Cartoon:  S02E15, Prod. #210
Aired: Cartoon Network, March 17, 2010
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Drew Z. Greenberg
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm

THE CLONE WARS
A JEDI ADVENTURE IN 3D

Graphic Short Story: Pablo Hidalgo
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
Canon Level: Legends


LEGO STAR WARS
THE PADAWAN MENACE

Cartoon:  Standalone
Aired: Cartoon Network, July 22, 2011
Director: David Scott
Script: Michael Price
Canon Level: Legends (parody)


THE CLONE WARS
“DUG OUT”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, April 2011
Placement: After the time jump, and a sequel of sorts to the Zillo Beast duology. Plo Koon and Ahsoka have been shot down on Malastare. They are surrounded by battle droids (to be continued in “Outgunned”)…
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“OUTGUNNED”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, May 2011
Placement: Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Cody are attacked by Cad Bane on their way to rescue Ahsoka and Plo Koon.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“THE FERAL QUEEN”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, June 2011
Continuity: A decade after the Villie story “Deal with a Demon.” Close to or after the episode “Heroes on Both Sides,” due to the costumes. Ahsoka is on a solo mission to aid the queen of Felacat, whose planet is under siege.
Canon Level: Legends

THE CLONE WARS
“LEISURE”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, June 2011
Placement: Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Ahsoka are supposed to be getting some R & R, but discover a Separatist cannon aimed at the Senate. They are able to stop the plot with the aid of a commandeered podracer (to be continued in “Fashion”)…
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“FASHION”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, July 2011
Placement: Padme visits the very same leisure satellite, and runs into Mace Windu in the process of tracking Asajj Ventress. Between the two of them, Mace and Padme are able to stop the satellite from being blown up, and the Jedi temple from being destroyed. All in a day’s work.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“UNDER THE HAMMER”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, May 2014
Continuity: Kit Fisto and Ahsoka Tano have to team up with Asajj Ventress, who is still working for Dooku at this point.
Canon Level: Legends


YODA
DARK RENDEZVOUS
CLONE WARS

Novel: Sean Stewart
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Placement: Originally dated 30 months after the Battle of Geonosis
Continuity: The official chronologies didn’t seem to be able to do much with this one. The events of the Rendili Fleet Crisis are referred to as a thing of the (recent) past, yet Asajj Ventress is alive and well, and neither Anakin nor Kenobi seems at all surprised to see her, despite the fact that she was supposedly just killed. Scout is 14, though she turned 13 just three months prior to Attack of the Clones, so this story has to take place either late in the first year of the war, or during the second year. There also seems to be some confusion as to whether or not Anakin Skywalker is officially a Jedi at this point (though a line near the end of the book seems to imply that he has just been knighted, and his and Obi-Wan’s relationship as peers is a relatively new one—it seemed like a quick fix to an editorial oversight). However, it is very specifically dated at 30 months after the Battle of Geonosis, the characters referred to consistently in Karen Traviss’s novels, and given the fact that Anakin does appear to be a knight (if barely), I am placing this in the second year of the war, close to the canonical betrayal in “Nightsisters.” Ventress muses, towards the end of the book, that she does not think Dooku would hesitate to kill her, so it seems a good place to merge the two continuities.
Canon Level: Legends



THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #56
“NIGHTSISTERS”

Cartoon:  S03E12, Prod. #308, Savage Opress part 1
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 7, 2011
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Katie Lucas
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Placement: The “Nightsisters” episode must take place sometime after the specifically dated Yoda: Dark Rendezvous.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #57

Cartoon:  S03E13, Prod. #310, Savage Opress part 2
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 14, 2011
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Katie Lucas
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm



THE CLONE WARS
STRANGE ALLIES

Graphic Novella: Ryder Windham
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Continuity: A comic book continuation of the Secret Missions youth novel series, also by Windham. This takes place sometime after the events of “Lair of Grievous,” but definitely after “Monster.” Includes the Free Comic Book Day 2011 excerpt “Opress Unleashed.”
Canon Level: Legends



THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #58

Cartoon:  S03E14, Prod. #312, Savage Opress part 3
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 21, 2011
Director: Giancarlo Volpe
Script: Katie Lucas
Continuity: Delta Squad from Republic Commando makes an appearance in this episode.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


 THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #59

Cartoon:  S03E15, Prod. #309
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 28, 2011
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Christian Taylor
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #60

Cartoon:  S03E16, Prod. #311
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 4, 2011
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Christian Taylor
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #61

Cartoon:  S03E17, Prod. #313
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 11, 2011
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Christian Taylor
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #62

Cartoon:  S03E18, Prod. #314
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 14, 2011
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.) 1 year, 9 months (21 months) after the Battle of Geonosis (according to the novel Tarkin)
Continuity: This is not, despite the claim in the episode, the first time the carbon freezing ploy was used. The notion was lifted from Shipyards of Doom, which takes place much earlier in the war.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #63

Cartoon:  S03E19, Prod. #315
Aired: Cartoon Network, March 4, 2011
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #64

Cartoon:  S03E20, Prod. #317
Aired: Cartoon Network, March 11, 2011
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Continuity: Evan Piell dies for the second time in this episode. The first (and chronologically later) death took place in Jedi Twilight. However, he is not the only dead character to reappear. One of the battle droids destroyed in the last episode also shows up.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #65

Cartoon:  S03E21, Prod. #316
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 1, 2011
Director: Dave Filoni
Script: Bonnie Mark
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: SECRETS REVEALED #66

Cartoon:  S03E22, Prod. #318
Aired: Cartoon Network, April 1, 2011
Director: Dave Filoni
Script: Bonnie Mark
Timeline: 21 B.B.Y. (3631 A.T.C.)
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
THE STARCRUSHER TRAP

Graphic Novella: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics, July 27, 2011
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“RUNAWAY STARFIGHTER”

Graphic Short Story: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Titan Comics, August 2011
Placement: Anakin and Obi-Wan save thousands from the potential deadly onslaught of a sabotaged starfighter. After the episode “Heroes on Both Sides.”
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“YOUNGLINGS”

Graphic Short Story: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Titan Comics, September 2011
Placement: On a camping trip with a few younglings, Anakin is put out of commission by a venomous animal. The younglings are able to discover the source of the animal’s misery and take their master back to the ship, where he can receive medical attention.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“THE ONLY GOOD CLANKER”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, October 2011
Placement: Obi-Wan and Commander Cody in an adventure meant to foreshadow Order 66.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #67

Cartoon:  S04E1, Prod. #322
Aidate: Cartoon Network, September 14, 2011
Director: Duwayne Dunham
Script: Jose Molina
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #68

Cartoon:  S04E2, Prod. #323
Aired: Cartoon Network, September 16, 2011
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Jose Molina
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #69

Cartoon:  S04E3, Prod. #324
Aired: Cartoon Network, September 22, 2011
Director: Danny Keller
Script: Jose Molina
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
WARRIORS OF THE DEEP

Junior Novel: Rob Valois
Publisher: Grosset and Dunlap
Continuity: Adaptation of the episodes “Water War,” “Gungan Attack,” and “Prisoners”
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“COLONY CRISIS”

Graphic Short Story: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Titan Comics, June 2013
Continuity: Most likely after the Mon Cala episodes, due to the presence of a defense base.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“SPEAKING SILENTLY”

Short Story: Jason Fry
Art: Tom Hodges
Publication: Star Wars Insider #139, January 2013
Placement: Just prior to “Darkness on Umbara” due to the fact that Torrent Company has its new helmets, and Dogma is still free.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #73

Cartoon:  S04E7, Prod. #325
Aired: Cartoon Network, October 28, 2011
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #74

Cartoon:  S04E8, Prod. #326
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 4, 2011
Director: Walter Murch
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #75

Cartoon:  S04E9, Prod. #401
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 11, 2011
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #76

Cartoon:  S04E10, Prod. #402
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 18, 2011
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Matt Michnovetz
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“NIGHT MOVES”

Graphic Short Story: Tom DeFalco
Publisher: Titan Comics, November 2011
Placement: Ahsoka proves her mettle in a daring surprise attack under Anakin’s orders.
Canon Level: Legends





THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #70

Cartoon:  S04E4, Prod. #319
Aired: Cartoon Network, September 30, 2011
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Daniel Arkin
Placement: Though it is not necessary to assume that the “help” mentioned in the episode “Gungan Attack” is a reference to the events of “Shadow Warrior,” the context does seem to make more sense if this episode comes first. The production numbers back up this notion. The only problem with this is that Rish Loo shows up as a member of the Gungan council in the Water War series, and meets his fate in this episode. Thus the “help” must refer to The Phantom Menace and “Blue Shadow Virus” stories. Spacing this even further from its canonical position is simply a matter of giving the Gungans time to have their political situation changed so drastically since their appearance in "Gungan Attack." While this might have served well as a prequel to the Mon Calamari arc, as a sequel it works best if distanced somewhat from that action.
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #77

Cartoon:  S04E11, Prod. #403
Aired: Cartoon Network, November 25, 2011
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script:  Henry Gilroy and Stephen Melching
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #78

Cartoon:  S04E12,  Prod. #404
Aired: Cartoon Network, December 2, 2011
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Henry Gilroy and Stephen Melching
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #79

Cartoon:  S04E13, Prod. #405
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 6, 2012
Director:Danny Keller
Script: Henry Gilroy and Stephen Melching
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
THE SMUGGLER’S CODE

Graphic Novella: Justin Aclin
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics, June 19, 2013
Placement: During Season Four
Canon Level: Legends

THE CLONE WARS
“BLIND JEDI’S BLUFF”

Graphic Short Story: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Titan Comics, January 2012
Placement: Obi-Wan Kenobi, temporarily blinded by a flash grenade, is still able to hold his own against a number of bounty hunters attempting to impress the head of the Bounty Hunters’ Guild.
Canon Level: Legends

THE CLONE WARS
“PARADISE LOST”

Graphic Short Story: Christopher Cooper
Publisher: Titan Comics, October 2013
Continuity: Ahsoka and Barriss barely survive an onslaught of Republic and Separatist forces, and Barriss starts wondering what cost the war will exact with so many innocent lives lost in its wake.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #80

Cartoon:  S04E14, Prod. #406
Aired: Cartoon Network, January 13, 2012
Director: Dave Filoni
Script: Christian Taylor
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #81

Cartoon:  S04E15, Prod. #407
Aired: January 20, 2012
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Brent Friedman
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #82

Cartoon:  S04E16, Prod. #408
Aired: January 27, 2012
Director: Bosco Ng
Script: Brent Friedman
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #83

Cartoon:  S04E17, Prod. #409
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 3, 2012
Director: Brian Kalin O’Connell
Script: Brent Friedman
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #84

Cartoon:  S04E18, Prod. #410
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 10, 2012
Director: Danny Keller
Script: Brent Friedman
Canon Level: Lucasfilm

THE CLONE WARS
“OUT”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, February 2012
Placement: Anakin and Ahsoka deal with a Separatist-precipitated prison break during a tour of a prisoner transport.
Canon Level: Legends


FLASHBACK EVENTS

Source:
·         “Silent Drifting”
Continuity: Flashback tale of General Kenobi in the final days of the Republic, which likely means the latter part of the Clone Wars. Since this is actually a tale told secondhand (one that Bail Organa used to tell Leia, which she then passes along to Han and Luke), we can assume that any discrepancies, including the way Obi-Wan looks, or the fact that there is no mention of a war going on, are simply based on her faulty knowledge or imagination of the time. Discrepancies between later canon and what appeared to be logical at the time (such as the notion that Darth Vader and Anakin Skywalker were indeed two separate people) are much more easily reconciled in stories like this.


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #85

Cartoon:  S04E19, Prod. #411, Darth Maul Returns part 1
Aired: Cartoon Network, February 24, 2012
Director: Steward Lee
Script: Katie Lucas
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“MANDALORIAN MEMORIES”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, December 2012
Placement: Boba Fett reflects on the mission on which he obtained the helmet he wears in “Bounty.”
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS: BATTLE LINES #86

Cartoon:  S04E20, Prod. #412 Darth Maul Returns part 2
Aired: Cartoon Network, March 2, 2012
Director: Kyle Dunlevy
Script: Katie Lucas
Canon Level: Lucasfilm


THE CLONE WARS
“DEADLY DROID”

Graphic Short Story: Mike W. Barr
Publisher: Titan Comics, March 2012
Placement: R2-D2 is sabotaged by conspirators attempting an assassination of Separatist leaders.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“THE FEAR ARCHITECTS”

Graphic Short Story: Rik Hoskin
Publisher: Titan Comics, April 2012
Placement: Under the influence of a Separatist weapon that emits an ultrasonic frequency, Obi-Wan sees a number of horrifying visions, including one of Qui-Gon Jinn and Darth Maul.
Canon Level: Legends


THE CLONE WARS
“A SMALL SCRAPPY WAR!”

Graphic Short Story: Robin Etherington
Publisher: Titan Comics, May 2012
Placement: Captain Rex leads the 501st Torrent Company to check out the security at Piter Processing Plantworks, where they encounter a bizarre “reanimator” droid who reassembles and reactivates other droids from spare parts.
Canon Level: Legends


THE WRATH OF DARTH MAUL

Junior Novel: Ryder Windham
Publisher: Scholastic Inc., Inc.
Timeline: 51/48/44/41/39/c. 21 B.B.Y.
Continuity: One of the series of “biography” youth novels, this carries the tale of Maul up to the episode “Brothers” in The Clone Wars.
Ruminations: On the wisdom of the decision to resurrect Maul, I will simply say, “no comment.”
Canon Level: Legends

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