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  • Episodes in Chronological Order

Story Arc Recaps

  1. Christophsis arc
  2. Ziro the Hutt arc
  3. Ryloth arc
  4. Malevolence arc
  5. Domino Squad arc
  6. Search for R2-D2 arc
  7. Nute Gunray arc
  8. Florrum arc
  9. Maridun arc
  10. Blue Shadow Virus arc
  11. Holocron arc
  12. Geonosis arc
  13. Saleucami arc
  14. Zillo Beast arc
  15. Boba Fett arc
  16. Peace Negotiation arc
  17. Mortis arc
  18. Citadel arc
  19. Trandoshan arc
  20. Mon Calamari arc
  21. C-3PO and R2-D2 Misadventures arc
  22. Umbara arc
  23. Zygerria arc
  24. Obi-Wan Undercover arc
  25. Young Jedi arc
  26. D-Squad arc
  27. Shadow Conspiracy Saga
    • Mandalore arc
    • Nightsisters and Brothers arc
    • Shadow Collective arc
  28. Ahsoka the Fugitive arc
  29. Order 66 arc
  30. Clovis arc
  31. Yoda arc
  32. Bad Batch arc
  33. Ahsoka's Journey arc
  34. Siege of Mandalore arc

Season One

The Pilot Movie released on August 15, 2008 began the series and the first episode to air after it premiered on October 3, 2008.

The Republic and the Separatists are at war, pitting armies of clone troopers and battle droids against each other. As the Jedi serve as generals on the front lines, both sides compete for advantages in technology, warfare, and also seek to persuade more efforts to join them. Anakin Skywalker contends with his new padawan Ahsoka Tano.

Season One (a pilot movie and 22 episodes; August 15, 2008 to March 20, 2009)

  • The Pilot Movie
  1. "Ambush"
  2. "Rising Malevolence" (first of a three-parter)
  3. "Shadow of Malevolence" (second of a three-parter)
  4. "Destroy Malevolence" (third of a three-parter)
  5. "Rookies"
  6. "Downfall of a Droid" (first of a two-parter)
  7. "Duel of the Droids" (second of a two-parter)
  8. "Bombad Jedi" (first of a three-parter)
  9. "Cloak of Darkness" (second of a three-parter)
  10. "Lair of Grievous" (third of a three-parter)
  11. "Dooku Captured" (first of a two-parter)
  12. "The Gungan General" (second of a two-parter)
  13. "Jedi Crash" (first of a two-parter)
  14. "Defenders of Peace" (second of a two-parter)
  15. "Trespass"
  16. "The Hidden Enemy"
  17. "Blue Shadow Virus" (first of a two-parter)
  18. "Mystery of a Thousand Moons" (second of a two-parter)
  19. "Storm Over Ryloth" (first of a three-parter)
  20. "Innocents of Ryloth" (second of a three-parter)
  21. "Liberty on Ryloth" (third of a three-parter)
  22. "Hostage Crisis"

Season Two (Rise of the Bounty Hunters)

The Clone Wars rage on across the galaxy, with the Separatists turning to bounty hunters to complete tasks for them - particularly Cad Bane, the galaxy's best, who proves to be an intimidating threat that even the Jedi learn to be wary of. Conflict soon comes to the world of Mandalore, a planet that Obi-Wan has ties to, as well as back to Geonosis, which soon plays host to another major battle. As all this is going on, the young Boba Fett makes his bid to take revenge on Mace Windu for the murder of his father.

Season Two (22 episodes; October 2, 2009 to April 30, 2010)

  1. "Holocron Heist" (first of a three-parter)
  2. "Cargo of Doom" (second of a three-parter)
  3. "Children of the Force" (third of a three-parter)
  4. "Senate Spy" (first of a five-parter)
  5. "Landing at Point Rain" (second of a five-parter)
  6. "Weapons Factory" (third of a five-parter)
  7. "Legacy of Terror" (fourth of a five-parter)
  8. "Brain Invaders" (fifth of a five-parter)
  9. "Grievous Intrigue" (first of a two-parter)
  10. "The Deserter" (second of a two-parter)
  11. "Lightsaber Lost"
  12. "The Mandalore Plot" (first of a three-parter)
  13. "Voyage of Temptation" (second of a three-parter)
  14. "duch*ess of Mandalore" (third of a three-parter)
  15. "Senate Murders"
  16. "Cat and Mouse"
  17. "Bounty Hunters"
  18. "The Zillo Beast" (first of a two-parter)
  19. "The Zillo Beast Strikes Back" (second of a two-parter)
  20. "Death Trap" (first of a three-part season finale)
  21. "R2 Come Home" (second of a three-part season finale)
  22. "Lethal Trackdown" (third of a three-part season finale)

Season Three (Secrets Revealed)

Battles continue to be waged not just on the battlefield but in the Republic Senate. While Padme and others seek to find some sort of peaceful end to the conflict that is affecting races and planets across the galaxy, a dark phantom wishes to ensure her efforts fail. As the years pass, Ahsoka begins to mature and come into her own as she takes in everything around her, but nothing prepares her, Anakin, and Obi-Wan for a fateful encounter in a realm on the planet Mortis. On the Separatist side, Asajj Ventress finds herself alone and betrayed, and rejoins her old family on Dathomir seeking revenge on her former master Count Dooku.

Season Three (22 episodes; September 17, 2010 to April 1, 2011)

  1. "Clone Cadets"
  2. "ARC Troopers"
  3. "Supply Lines"
  4. "Sphere of Influence"
  5. "Corruption" (first of a two-parter)
  6. "The Academy" (second of a two-parter)
  7. "Assassin"
  8. "Evil Plans"
  9. "Hunt for Ziro"
  10. "Heroes on Both Sides" (first of a two-parter)
  11. "Pursuit of Peace" (second of a two-parter)
  12. "Nightsisters" (first of a three-parter)
  13. "Monster" (second of a three-parter)
  14. "Witches of the Mist" (third of a three-parter)
  15. "Overlords" (first of a three-parter)
  16. "Altar of Mortis" (second of a three-parter)
  17. "Ghosts of Mortis" (third of a three-parter)
  18. "The Citadel" (first of a three-parter)
  19. "Counterattack" (second of a three-parter)
  20. "Citadel Rescue" (third of a three-parter)
  21. "Padawan Lost" (first of a two-part season finale)
  22. "Wookiee Hunt" (second of a two-part season finale)

Season Four (Battle Lines)

The war intensifies as darker elements come into play. Captain Rex and the 501st find themselves under the command of a bullheaded Jedi who forces them to contend with their very identity, while Anakin is personally shaken when Obi-Wan goes undercover during a mission to infiltrate the Separatists. Obi-Wan soon is forced to confront the darkest foe from his past, however, when events culminate in the return of his old nemesis - the former Sith apprentice Darth Maul.

Season Four (22 episodes; September 16, 2011 to March 16, 2012)

  1. "Water War" (first of a three-parter)
  2. "Gungan Attack" (second of a three-parter)
  3. "Prisoners" (third of a three-parter)
  4. "Shadow Warrior"
  5. "Mercy Mission" (first of a two-parter)
  6. "Nomad Droids" (second of a two-parter)
  7. "Darkness on Umbara" (first of a four-parter)
  8. "The General" (second of a four-parter)
  9. "Plan of Dissent" (third of a four-parter)
  10. "Carnage of Krell" (fourth of a four-parter)
  11. "Kidnapped" (first of a three-parter)
  12. "Slaves of the Republic" (second of a three-parter)
  13. "Escape from Kadavo" (third of a three-parter)
  14. "A Friend in Need"
  15. "Deception" (first of a four-parter)
  16. "Friends and Enemies" (second of a four-parter)
  17. "The Box" (third of a four-parter)
  18. "Crisis on Naboo" (fourth of a four-parter)
  19. "Massacre" (first of a four-part season finale)
  20. "Bounty" (second of a four-part season finale)
  21. "Brothers" (third of a four-part season finale)
  22. "Revenge" (fourth of a four-part season finale)

Season Five

The Republic makes efforts to aid a nascent rebellion against the Separatists on the planet Onderon, but public opinion of the Jedi begins to turn against them as time goes on and incidents mount. Maul makes his bid for power on Mandalore, forming a powerful crime syndicate in his goal to bring down his most hated enemies. By the time he's done, both sides of the war will be mourning their dead. Meanwhile, Anakin is forced to launch an investigation to clear Ahsoka's name after a bombing on Coruscant, but Ahsoka herself must make a choice that will change her destiny.

Season Five (20 episodes; September 29, 2012 to March 2, 2013)

  1. "Revival" (first of a four-parter, continued with "Eminence")
  2. "A War on Two Fronts" (first of a four-parter)
  3. "Front Runners" (second of a four-parter)
  4. "The Soft War" (third of a four-parter)
  5. "Tipping Points" (fourth of a four-parter)
  6. "The Gathering" (first of a four-parter)
  7. "A Test of Strength" (second of a four-parter)
  8. "Bound for Rescue" (third of a four-parter)
  9. "A Necessary Bond" (fourth of a four-parter)
  10. "Secret Weapons" (first of a four-parter)
  11. "A Sunny Day in the Void" (second of a four-parter)
  12. "Missing in Action" (third of a four-parter)
  13. "Point of No Return" (fourth of a four-parter)
  14. "Eminence" (second of a four-parter, continued from "Revival")
  15. "Shades of Reason" (third of a four-parter)
  16. "The Lawless" (fourth of a four-parter)
  17. "Sabotage" (first of a four-part season finale)
  18. "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much" (second of a four-part season finale)
  19. "To Catch a Jedi" (third of a four-part season finale)
  20. "The Wrong Jedi" (fourth of a four-part season finale)

Season Six (The Lost Missions)

The war is slowly leaning in the favor of the Republic, but at what cost? A clone trooper discovers the existence of a secret hidden command, Protocol 66, and goes on the run attempting to prove its' existence. A former ally of Padme's returns with a scheme that leaves the galaxy's banks in the balance. And a new lead on the missing Jedi Sifo-Diyas leads to Yoda taking a pilgrimage deep into the Force to discover if there is a path to victory for the Light side itself.

Season Six (13 episodes; March 7, 2014; aired on Netflix)

  1. "The Unknown" (first of a four-parter)
  2. "Conspiracy" (second of a four-parter)
  3. "Fugitive" (third of a four-parter)
  4. "Orders" (fourth of a four-parter)
  5. "An Old Friend"note(first of a three-parter)
  6. "The Rise of Clovis"note(second of a three-parter)
  7. "Crisis at the Heart"note(third of a three-parter)
  8. "The Disappeared, Part I"
  9. "The Disappeared, Part II"
  10. "The Lost One" (first of a four-part season finale)
  11. "Voices" (second of a four-part season finale)
  12. "Destiny" (third of a four-part season finale)
  13. "Sacrifice" (fourth of a four-part season finale)

The Clone Wars Legacy

The Clone Wars Legacy: story arcs released unfinished or adapted into comics/novels.

  1. "A Death on Utapau" (first of a four-parter)
  2. "In Search of the Crystal" (second of a four-parter)
  3. "Crystal Crisis" (third of a four-parter)
  4. "The Big Bang" (fourth of a four-parter)
  5. "Lethal Alliance" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  6. "The Mission" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  7. "Conspirators" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  8. "Dark Disciple" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  9. "The Enemy of My Enemy" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  10. "A Tale of Two Apprentices" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  11. "Proxy War" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  12. "Showdown on Dathomir" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  13. "Saving Vos, Part I" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  14. "Saving Vos, Part II" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  15. "Traitor" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  16. "The Path" (adapted into Dark Disciple)

Season Seven (The Final Season)

The Clone Wars come to an end.

Season Seven has its own trope page.

Season Seven (12 episodes; February 21, 2020 to May 4, 2020; aired on Disney+)

  1. "The Bad Batch" (first of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  2. "A Distant Echo" (second of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  3. "On the Wings of Keeradaks" (third of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  4. "Unfinished Business" (fourth of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  5. "Gone With a Trace" (first of a four-parter)
  6. "Deal No Deal" (second of a four-parter)
  7. "Dangerous Debt" (third of a four-parter)
  8. "Together Again" (fourth of a four-parter)
  9. "Old Friends Not Forgotten" (first of a four-part series finale)
  10. "The Phantom Apprentice" (second of a four-part series finale)
  11. "Shattered" (third of a four-part series finale)
  12. "Victory and Death" (fourth of a four-part series finale)

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Alternative Title(s): Star Wars The Clone Wars Season One To Season Six, Star Wars The Clone Wars Season Seven

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