- "Count Dooku seeks a new ally with the power to defeat the Jedi. On the planet Rattatak, he encounters a mysterious fighter who dominates every opponent in the combat ring. She introduces herself to him as Asajj Ventress, a Sith warrior."
- ―StarWars.com summary
"Chapter 6" is the sixth episode of the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated television series, and the sixth episode in Season One and Volume One. Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, the episode originally aired on Cartoon Network on November 14, 2003.
Plot summary[edit | edit source]
- "The Dark Side is strong in me, for I am Sith."
- ―Asajj Ventress to Count Dooku
Count Dooku journeys to the planet Rattatak to observe the planet's gladiatorial matches, in the hopes of finding a worthy successor to Jango Fett. Upon arrival, he is met by his henchman and escorted into "The Cauldron," a large gladiatorial ring, and given a seat of honor.
Soon after Dooku sat down, the guide seated beside him is deftly replaced by a cloaked figure. Without turning, Dooku praises the stealthiness of the substitution, claiming his guide would be impressed if he had not just been killed. However, Dooku also states that he's not looking for a spy.
With that, the figure bursts into the arena and easily takes out all of the gladiators (namely Blorga, Grunda Dolma, Nilo, L8-L9, Flalios, Jasper McKnives, Krutch, Anchor Blue, Swyy'm-Ee and Giant Flog), making deft use of Force Jump, Force speed and other powers. Dooku stands, applauding and complimenting her, and inquiring where she learned such capabilities. The figure replies that they came easily to her—since she is a Sith.
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Though not necessarily a flashback, this episode takes place several weeks before the previous five episodes, at least prior to the events of Star Wars: Republic: The New Face of War and Jedi: Mace Windu.[source?]