Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Full Chronological Order / Recap - TV Tropes (2024)

This is the list of the episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars in the chronological order posted by Leland Chee on the official Star Wars BlogStar Wars: The Clone Wars – Full Chronological Order / Recap - TV Tropes (1) and presented on this Wookieepedia pageStar Wars: The Clone Wars – Full Chronological Order / Recap - TV Tropes (2).

The numbers after each title follows this format to facilitate discovering/watching the episodes in chronological order: (season number).(episode number)

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  1. "Cat and Mouse" (2.16)
  2. "The Hidden Enemy" (1.16)
  3. "The New Padawan" (edited into the pilot movie)
  4. "Castle of Deception" (edited into the pilot movie)
  5. "Castle of Doom" (edited into the pilot movie)
  6. "Castle of Salvation" (edited into the pilot movie)
  7. "Clone Cadets" (3.01)
  8. "Supply Lines" (3.03)
  9. "Ambush" (1.01)
  10. "Rising Malevolence" (1.02) (first of a three-parter)
  11. "Shadow of Malevolence" (1.03) (second of a three-parter)
  12. "Destroy Malevolence" (1.04) (third of a three-parter)
  13. "Rookies" (1.05)
  14. "Downfall of a Droid" (1.06) (first of a two-parter)
  15. "Duel of the Droids" (1.07) (second of a two-parter)
  16. "Bombad Jedi" (1.08) (first of a three-parter)
  17. "Cloak of Darkness" (1.09) (second of a three-parter)
  18. "Lair of Grievous" (1.10) (third of a three-parter)
  19. "Dooku Captured" (1.11) (first of a two-parter)
  20. "The Gungan General" (1.12) (second of a two-parter)
  21. "Jedi Crash" (1.13) (first of a two-parter)
  22. "Defenders of Peace" (1.14) (second of a two-parter)
  23. "Trespass" (1.15)
  24. "Blue Shadow Virus" (1.17) (first of a two-parter)
  25. "Mystery of a Thousand Moons" (1.18) (second of a two-parter)
  26. "Storm Over Ryloth" (1.19) (first of a three-parter)
  27. "Innocents of Ryloth" (1.20) (second of a three-parter)
  28. "Liberty on Ryloth" (1.21) (third of a three-parter)
  29. "Holocron Heist" (2.01) (first of a three-parter)
  30. "Cargo of Doom" (2.02) (second of a three-parter)
  31. "Children of the Force" (2.03) (third of a three-parter)
  32. "Bounty Hunters" (2.17)
  33. "The Zillo Beast" (2.18) (first of a two-parter)
  34. "The Zillo Beast Strikes Back" (2.19) (second of a two-parter)
  35. "Senate Spy" (2.04) (first of a five-parter)
  36. "Landing at Point Rain" (2.05) (second of a five-parter)
  37. "Weapons Factory" (2.06) (third of a five-parter)
  38. "Legacy of Terror" (2.07) (fourth of a five-parter)
  39. "Brain Invaders" (2.08) (fifth of a five-parter)
  40. "Grievous Intrigue" (2.09) (first of a two-parter)
  41. "The Deserter" (2.10) (second of a two-parter)
  42. "Lightsaber Lost" (2.11)
  43. "The Mandalore Plot" (2.12) (first of a three-parter)
  44. "Voyage of Temptation" (2.13) (second of a three-parter)
  45. "duch*ess of Mandalore" (2.14) (third of a three-parter)
  46. "Death Trap" (2.20) (first of a three-parter)
  47. "R2 Come Home" (2.21) (second of a three-parter)
  48. "Lethal Trackdown" (2.22) (third of a three-parter)
  49. "Corruption" (3.05) (first of a two-parter)
  50. "The Academy" (3.06) (second of a two-parter)
  51. "Assassin" (3.07)
  52. "ARC Troopers" (3.02)
  53. "Sphere of Influence" (3.04)
  54. "Evil Plans" (3.08)
  55. "Hostage Crisis" (1.22)
  56. "Hunt for Ziro" (3.09)
  57. "Heroes on Both Sides" (3.10) (first of a two-parter)
  58. "Pursuit of Peace" (3.11) (second of a two-parter)
  59. "Senate Murders" (2.15)
  60. "Nightsisters" (3.12) (first of a three-parter)
  61. "Monster" (3.13) (second of a three-parter)
  62. "Witches of the Mist" (3.14) (third of a three-parter)
  63. "Overlords" (3.15) (first of a three-parter)
  64. "Altar of Mortis" (3.16) (second of a three-parter)
  65. "Ghosts of Mortis" (3.17) (third of a three-parter)
  66. "The Citadel" (3.18) (first of a three-parter)
  67. "Counterattack" (3.19) (second of a three-parter)
  68. "Citadel Rescue" (3.20) (third of a three-parter)
  69. "Padawan Lost" (3.21) (first of a two-parter)
  70. "Wookiee Hunt" (3.22) (second of a two-parter)
  71. "Water War" (4.01) (first of a three-parter)
  72. "Gungan Attack" (4.02) (second of a three-parter)
  73. "Prisoners" (4.03) (third of a three-parter)
  74. "Shadow Warrior" (4.04)
  75. "Mercy Mission" (4.05) (first of a two-parter)
  76. "Nomad Droids" (4.06) (second of a two-parter)
  77. "Darkness on Umbara" (4.07) (first of a four-parter)
  78. "The General" (4.08) (second of a four-parter)
  79. "Plan of Dissent" (4.09) (third of a four-parter)
  80. "Carnage of Krell" (4.10) (fourth of a four-parter)
  81. "Kidnapped" (4.11) (first of a three-parter)
  82. "Slaves of the Republic" (4.12) (second of a three-parter)
  83. "Escape from Kadavo" (4.13) (third of a three-parter)
  84. "A Friend in Need" (4.14)
  85. "Deception" (4.15) (first of a four-parter)
  86. "Friends and Enemies" (4.16) (second of a four-parter)
  87. "The Box" (4.17) (third of a four-parter)
  88. "Crisis on Naboo" (4.18) (fourth of a four-parter)
  89. "Massacre" (4.19) (first of a four-parter)
  90. "Bounty" (4.20) (second of a four-parter)
  91. "Brothers" (4.21) (third of a four-parter)
  92. "Revenge" (4.22) (fourth of a four-parter)
  93. "A War on Two Fronts" (5.02) (first of a four-parter)
  94. "Front Runners" (5.03) (second of a four-parter)
  95. "The Soft War" (5.04) (third of a four-parter)
  96. "Tipping Points" (5.05) (fourth of a four-parter)
  97. "The Gathering" (5.06) (first of a four-parter)
  98. "A Test of Strength" (5.07) (second of a four-parter)
  99. "Bound for Rescue" (5.08) (third of a four-parter)
  100. "A Necessary Bond" (5.09) (fourth of a four-parter)
  101. "Secret Weapons" (5.10) (first of a four-parter)
  102. "A Sunny Day in the Void" (5.11) (second of a four-parter)
  103. "Missing in Action" (5.12) (third of a four-parter)
  104. "Point of No Return" (5.13) (fourth of a four-parter)
  105. "Revival" (5.01) (first of a four-parter)
  106. "Eminence" (5.14) (second of a four-parter)
  107. "Shades of Reason" (5.15) (third of a four-parter)
  108. "The Lawless" (5.16) (fourth of a four-parter)
  109. "Sabotage" (5.17) (first of a four-parter)
  110. "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much" (5.18) (second of a four-parter)
  111. "To Catch a Jedi" (5.19) (third of a four-parter)
  112. "The Wrong Jedi" (5.20) (fourth of a four-parter)
  113. "The Unknown" (6.01) (first of a four-parter)
  114. "Conspiracy" (6.02) (second of a four-parter)
  115. "Fugitive" (6.03) (third of a four-parter)
  116. "Orders" (6.04) (fourth of a four-parter)
  117. "An Old Friend" (6.05) (first of a three-parter)
  118. "The Rise of Clovis" (6.06) (second of a three-parter)
  119. "Crisis at the Heart" (6.07) (third of a three-parter)
  120. "The Disappeared, Part I" (6.08)
  121. "The Disappeared, Part II" (6.09)
  122. "The Lost One" (6.10) (first of a four-parter)
  123. "Voices" (6.11) (second of a four-parter)
  124. "Destiny" (6.12) (third of a four-parter)
  125. "Sacrifice" (6.13) (fourth of a four-parter)
  126. "A Death on Utapau" (unfinished) (first of a four-parter)
  127. "In Search of the Crystal" (unfinished) (second of a four-parter)
  128. "Crystal Crisis" (unfinished) (third of a four-parter)
  129. "The Big Bang" (unfinished) (fourth of a four-parter)
  130. "Lethal Alliance" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  131. "The Mission" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  132. "Conspirators" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  133. "Dark Disciple" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  134. "The Enemy of My Enemy" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  135. "A Tale of Two Apprentices" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  136. "Proxy War" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  137. "Showdown on Dathomir" (adapted into Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir)
  138. "Saving Vos, Part I" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  139. "Saving Vos, Part II" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  140. "Traitor" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  141. "The Path" (adapted into Dark Disciple)
  142. "Gone With a Trace" (7.05) (first of a four-parter)
  143. "Deal No Deal" (7.06) (second of a four-parter)
  144. "Dangerous Debt" (7.07) (third of a four-parter)
  145. "Together Again" (7.08) (fourth of a four-parter)
  146. "The Bad Batch" (7.01) (first of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  147. "A Distant Echo" (7.02) (second of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  148. "On the Wings of Keeradaks" (7.03) (third of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  149. "Unfinished Business" (7.04) (fourth of a four-parter; originally released unfinished as part of The Clone Wars Legacy)
  150. "Old Friends Not Forgotten" (7.09) (first of a four-parter)
  151. "The Phantom Apprentice" (7.10) (second of a four-parter)
  152. "Shattered" (7.11) (third of a four-parter)
  153. "Victory and Death" (7.12) (fourth of a four-parter)


Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Full Chronological Order / Recap - TV Tropes (2024)


Where does the Clone Wars movie fit in chronological order? ›

The film is set during the three-year time period between the films Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith (2005). The Clone Wars served as an introduction to the animated series of the same name that premiered on Cartoon Network on October 3, 2008.

What did Nala SE inject fives with? ›

His words convinced Shaak Ti and she requested that Fives be sent to Coruscant to undergo further tests and to plead his case to the Supreme Chancellor. While en route to Coruscant, Nala Se secretly injected Fives, barely conscious due to the stress of his impromptu surgery, with a form of mind clouding drug.

What happens in Clone Wars the movie? ›

The Jedi Order fights to restore peace to the galaxy by leading the Republic army of genetically engineered clones against the seemingly never-ending droid army of the Separatist Alliance commanded by the evil Count Dooku.

Is it better to watch Clone Wars in chronological order or release order? ›

You can watch it season-by-season without too much trouble, but I would highly recommend the chronological order, which has helpfully provided, and what I'll be using in this guide. I personally recommend watching the entire series if you're up for it.

Why does Anakin call Ahsoka snips? ›

“Snips” is the nickname that Anakin Skywalker gave Ahsoka when they first met. When the duo first teamed up in the animated Clone Wars film, Ahsoka was just 14 — and very keen on speaking her mind. Anakin elected to call her “Snips” in honor of her quippy attitude, and Ahsoka, in turn, nicknamed him “Skyguy.”

Why wasn t the Clone Wars in chronological order? ›

It simply reflects George Lucas' creative choice to tell stories in a different format; he wanted to tell an anthology series that explored the scale of the Clone Wars and its grander themes.

Can I skip the Clone Wars movie? ›

Yes. You can. But you will be missing important context. If you intend to watch The Mandalorian and the upcoming Ahsoka, I would not recommend skipping either Clone Wars or Rebels.

What was the whole point of the Clone Wars? ›

Within the Star Wars narrative, the Clone Wars involve a three-year war fought to prevent thousands of planetary systems from seceding from the Galactic Republic and forming their Confederacy of Independent Systems, often referred to as Separatists.

How did Anakin get his scar? ›

Always a canny foe, Ventress baited Anakin by threatening to kill Padme Amidala, before striking him across the face. The scar became another symbol of Anakin's journey to the dark side when he punishes Ventress by binding her in cables and flinging her from the top of a skyscraper.

How old is Ahsoka in Clone Wars? ›

Ahsoka was 14 at the beginning of the Clone Wars and 17 at the end. The Clone Wars era spanned approximately three years, from 22 BBY to 19 BBY. This period was marked by intense conflict and political intrigue that shaped the Star Wars galaxy.

What species is Ahsoka? ›

Ahsoka Tano is a Togruta—a sentient humanoid species notable for their vibrant-colored skin, montrals (horn-like sensory organs), and lekku (or headtails).

Where does the Clone Wars movie fit in with the show? ›

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Movie, 2008)

Before the rise of the new Clone Wars series, there was a computer-animated film of the same name that released two months before the series did to kick it all off. It serves as a pilot episode to the show, taking place shortly after Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

Do I watch the Clone Wars movie before the series? ›

As for the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated movie, it's probably best to watch that first (it's also streaming on Disney Plus).

Is the Clone Wars movie canon? ›

Finally, the easy to forget film The Clone Wars which began the beloved TV series is also a canon entry. As for where to start watching, checking out the mainline Episodes in release order is probably your best bet, while a chronological run-through might be more enjoyable for a second watch.

Is the Clone Wars movie important? ›

It wasn't just in reframing established characters that The Clone Wars succeeded – it created compelling new ones too. Most notably, Ahsoka Tano debuted in The Clone Wars movie, introduced as the Padawan we never knew Anakin had, before becoming a central pillar of the series across its seven seasons.

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