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Filling the gap between ATTACK OF THE CLONES and REVENGE OF THE SITH, Star Wars: The Clone Wars followed the adventures of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano and a variety of clones and Jedi fighting in the Clone Wars, but unfortunately, the animated series never had the opportunity to conclude properly when Disney chose to disconnect. However, it was announced at Star Wars Celebration 2018 that Star Wars: The Clone Wars would return with twelve completely new episodes that will air on the Disney + streaming service, which would continue with the stories introduced in the original series, exploring the main events until the REVENGE OF THE SITH.
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With the series scheduled to launch at Disney + next week, a new breakthrough has been launched that focuses on Bad Batch, an elite group of Clone Troopers that are a little more … unique than an average soldier. Here is a more comprehensive explanation through StarWars.com.
During the creation of the clone army, the Kaminoans made genetic experiments in an attempt to create super soldiers. While the plan never worked, four of those experiments came to form Clone Force 99, or, as they called themselves, Bad Batch. The Bad Batch were in fact an elite group, although their methods were somewhat unorthodox. The team's clones were very different from each other, with unique personalities and body types: Hunter, the stoic and strong leader; Wrecker, the fiery-headed brute; Tech, the intellectual and strategist; and Crosshair, the fast and deadly master of close combat. The group proved to be fundamental in the mission of recovering an algorithm of the separatist forces in Anaxes.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars will debut at Disney + in February 21st.