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Jedi Generals Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker are studying a hologram of General Grievous exiting his Belbullab-22 heavy starfighter, the Soulless One, where he is greeted by four B1-series battle droids. Kenobi discusses these events with two clone troopers of the 501st Legion as Skywalker uses the Force to put up decorations for Life Day. One such decoration gets out of his control and lands on Kenobi's head. Kenobi is displeased, but Skywalker gifts him with a new red sweater, which Kenobi puts on over his Jedi robes.
As Kenobi and the troopers continue to discuss the hologram, Skywalker brings another gift to Kenobi, this one being a blue double-bladed lightsaber. Excited, Kenobi turns it on, but the bottom blade mistakenly slices the hologram table in half. Kenobi becomes frustrated with Skywalker, who walks away dejectedly. Skywalker then brings another gift–a Marksman-H training remote, which flies around, firing at the two Jedi as well as the clones. It continues to wreak havoc until Skywalker jumps on top of it with the gift box.
Kenobi is once again frustrated, but then Skywalker receives an idea whilst looking at the hologram of Grievous. While Kenobi paces around the room, Skywalker brings yet another gift, this one being the biggest one yet. He tears open the box to reveal that it is the cyborg General Grievous, who has a red bow on top of him. Grievous shakes off the bow and ignites his four lightsabers. Skywalker tosses the double-bladed lightsaber to Kenobi, who begins to duel with Grievous. Skywalker uses the Force to push Grievous away, who then sees a pair of shiny All Terrain Reconnaissance Transports. He jumps in one and rides away, laughing all the while. Skywalker and Kenobi are left standing alone in a room that is now very much destroyed. Kenobi then gifts Skywalker with a present of his own–the very same sweater Skywalker had given him. The pair laugh together, enjoying the holiday.
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The clone troopers seen in the short resemble the clone jetpack troopers from the 2020 LEGO Star Wars: The Clone Wars set titled 501st Clone Troopers. However, these troopers are not wearing jetpacks. The All Terrain Recon Transports also appear to be taken from the set. Additionally, Anakin Skywalker wears a sweater with the starbird symbol on it, even though he was never affiliated with the Alliance to Restore the Republic.
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- "All I Want For Life Day" features Phase II clone trooper armor and General Grievous. Phase II clone trooper armor was introduced in "Water War", and Grievous died in Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, meaning that "All I Want For Life Day" takes place between these stories. As Star Wars: Galactic Atlas places "Water War" in 20 BBY, and Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith in 19 BBY, "All I Want For Life Day" must take place between these two years.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Set: 75280 501st Clone Troopers)