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"The enemy of my enemy is my friend."
―Moral[6]

"Revenge" is the twenty-second and final episode of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series' fourth season. This is the conclusion to a four-part storyline about the fate of Asajj Ventress, the Nightsisters, and two of the Nightbrothers, which began with the last three episodes: "Massacre," "Bounty," and "Brothers." It first aired on March 14 in France on W9, before its official premiere on Cartoon Network on March 16, 2012. This episode is chronologically followed by Season Five's second episode, "A War on Two Fronts."

Official description[]

"Savage and Maul, now reunited, pursue Obi-Wan Kenobi in search of revenge, and the Jedi Knight finds himself forced to unite with a surprising ally to defend against the deadly siblings."[1]

Plot summary[]

"I've waited so many years for my revenge, I can wait a little longer."
―Maul, to Savage Opress[6]
Episode 22
REVENGE
Brothers reunited! Darth Maul, the
sinister Sith thought to have been
destroyed so many years ago by Jedi
Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, was found
alive by his brother, Savage Opress,
and taken back to Mother Talzin on
Dathomir.

Though Darth Maul's memory has yet
to be fully restored, his need for
vengeance has awakened, more
powerful than ever....

Reunited, Maul and Savage Opress travel back to Dathomir, where the brothers are led by Mother Talzin to her village, where she removes Maul's spider-like cybernetics and uses magicks to create new cybernetic legs, as well as restore Maul's sanity. Once back to full health and reborn, Maul reminisces about surviving his dark path of being discarded, forgotten, and lost, with only his hatred keeping his spirit intact. As Maul felt the Force was out of balance, he learns from Savage that there is an ongoing conflict: the Clone Wars. Realizing the Clone Wars began without him, Maul felt that he was robbed of his destiny of being more than an Sith apprentice to the "most powerful being in the galaxy." Although Savage believes Maul can begin again, the two brothers agree to wreak Maul's revenge on the Jedi who reduced him to his state: Obi-Wan Kenobi.

To bring him to them, Maul and Opress travel to a village on the planet Raydonia, slaughter the inhabitants and send a hologram message to the Jedi Temple, challenging Obi-Wan to come to them. Despite Mace Windu's suggestion to send in a Jedi task force, Obi-Wan decides that he must go alone to rectify his mistake. But as Windu expresses his concerns about this undertaking, Yoda cryptically states that Obi-Wan will not be alone in this endeavor – and as he speaks, in a certain place on Tatooine, Asajj Ventress learns of a reward placed on the head of Savage Opress and goes off after him.

Obi-Wan travels to the Raydonian village and is quickly taken down by Maul and Opress, who take him aboard their hijacked freighter to be tortured to death. However, just before they take off, Ventress has landed on the planet, found their ship and hitched a ride. Appearing before the two brothers, she taunts them saying Savage is still an animal, making them abandon an unconscious Obi-Wan to search for her. Ventress returns to Obi-Wan, wakes him up and lends him one of her lightsabers for his defense when Maul and Opress return. The two team up in order to fight the brothers, but find themselves outmatched and just barely escape by jettisoning the ship's cockpit, leaving Maul and Opress adrift. Despite this setback, Maul is satisfied that the Jedi will yet come after him once more and that he will get his revenge after all.

Continuity[]

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The red logo of "Brothers" and "Revenge".

"Revenge" was the second episode in the series to feature a red opening logo, rather than the standard yellow one. The previous episode also featured this logo, for the first time, due to the return of Darth Maul.

According to a behind the scenes feature at StarWars.com, the turtle tanker is not actually stranded in space, as there is a second control pod in the tanker. Maul is seen in it at the end of the episode.

Maul's appearance in this episode comes from the comic Old Wounds.[1]

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