Chapter 21

Star Wars: Clone WarsClone troopers lead a rescue mission to Hypori, where only Ki-Adi-Mundi still stands against General Grievous. The reinforcements’ heavy firepower turns the tide of the battle, but despite Ki’s urgings, they are unable to pursue Grievous – the wounded need medical care too badly. Yoda has a vision of Qui-Gon Jinn and a boy Anakin preparing to face a psychological trial. Anakin and Padme continue to hide their marriage, much to Anakin’s frustration. Months later, the war continues, and the Council faces a shortage of Knights to lead the battles. Obi-Wan suggests that Anakin be knighted despite not having faced the formal Jedi trials, arguing that the events of the war have tested him enough. Mace Windu has reservations, but eventually Obi-Wan’s suggestion is accepted. Anakin Skywalker becomes a Jedi Knight.

Volume 2 Cast: Mat Lucas (Anakin Skywalker), James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan Kenobi/Agen Kolar/Turnstile Computer/Techno Union Scientist #2/Mutated Warrior #1), Tom Kane (Yoda), Grey DeLisle (Padme Amidala/Shaak Ti/Stass Allie/Nevanian Boy/Nelvaanian Woman/ Nelvaanian Child), Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), T. C. Carson (Mace Windu/Saesee Tinn/Alien General), Andre Sogliuzzo (ARC Trooper/ARC Captain/Battle Droid/Clone Commander Cody/Clone Trooper/Captain Typho/Clone Pilot/Captain Fordo), Daran Norris (Ki-Adi-Mundi/Even Piell), Richard McGonagle (General Grievous/Kit Fisto/Nelvaanian Shaman/Nelvaanian Warrior), Frankie Ryan Manriquez (Young Anakin Skywalker), Fred Tatasciore (Qui-Gon Jinn/Oppo Rancisis), Corey Burton (Count Dooku), Nick Jameson (Supreme Chancellor Palpatine/Darth Sidious/Main Techno Union Scientist)

Order the DVDsstory by Bryan Andrew, Darrick Bachman, Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky
directed by Genndy Tartakovsky
original music by John Williams
new music by James L. Venable and Paul Dinletir

Note: The episodes in Volume 2 of Clone Wars were roughly 12 minutes in length.

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