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"Anakin continues his pursuit of Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress, disobeying Obi-Wan's strenuous orders not to do so. During an intense dogfight, he tracks her through hyperspace to Yavin 4. Obi-Wan Kenobi, who is acting as a General of the Army of the Republic, dispatches a platoon of ARC troopers to support his Padawan."
―StarWars.com summary[src]

"Chapter 11" is the eleventh episode of the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated television series, the first episode in Season Two, and the eleventh episode in Volume One. Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, the episode originally aired on Cartoon Network on March 26, 2004.

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Anakin Skywalker and the mystery pilot of the Ginivex-class starfighter fly head-to-head, firing their blasters. Skywalker scores a hit, but his opponent also manages to damage his starship. The Geonosian ship plunges into the atmosphere of Muunilinst, with Skywalker in hot pursuit. Skywalker chases the semi-circular ship through the streets of Harnaidan. Obi-Wan Kenobi recognizes Skywalker's ship as they fly overhead, and activates his communicator.

Skywalker assures him the situation is under control. Kenobi reprimands his Padawan, reminding him that his place is in space with his squadrons, not chasing a single ship through the streets. Skywalker protests that this is no ordinary pilot—the Force is strong with them. The mystery ship, piloted by Asajj Ventress, shoots back into space. Kenobi orders Skywalker not to follow, but the willful Jedi disobeys his master and follows the ship into hyperspace. A furious Kenobi orders a squadron of clone troopers to follow them.

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