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Realizing that the war would be won not on the battlefields, but behind the scenes, Tholme began concocting an elaborate scheme with which to infiltrate Count Dooku's cabal of [[Dark Acolyte]]s. The tool with which to execute this scheme was Tholme's former Padawan, Quinlan Vos. This choice caused concern amongst Council, as they believed Vos's darkness that they had always felt could compromise his activities. Nevertheless, Tholme stuck with his choice of Vos, and using his spy network, prepared to insert his former apprentice into an opportune position for infiltration.<ref name="repsac" />
 
Realizing that the war would be won not on the battlefields, but behind the scenes, Tholme began concocting an elaborate scheme with which to infiltrate Count Dooku's cabal of [[Dark Acolyte]]s. The tool with which to execute this scheme was Tholme's former Padawan, Quinlan Vos. This choice caused concern amongst Council, as they believed Vos's darkness that they had always felt could compromise his activities. Nevertheless, Tholme stuck with his choice of Vos, and using his spy network, prepared to insert his former apprentice into an opportune position for infiltration.<ref name="repsac" />
   
Intelligence gained during Vos's initial penetration into the criminal underworld allowed the Republic to prepare for the impending [[First Battle of Kamino|Battle of Kamino]].<ref name="repsac" /> Tholme later attended the [[Funeral of Cei Vookto|funeral]] of Jedi [[Cei Vookto]] on the ravaged plains of [[Lianna/Legends|Lianna]] following the [[Battle of Lianna|battle]] that had raged there, along with Vos and several other Jedi. He provided Mace Windu with intelligence about a group of Jedi on [[Ruul (moon)|Ruul]] who were conscientious objectors to the war, and who refused to return to Coruscant to take up arms. Acting on this, Windu decided that he would journey to Ruul to settle the matter, and bade that Vos inform the objectors. Tholme then instructed Vos to journey to [[Brentaal IV/Legends|Brentaal IV]]. On Ruul, Windu discovered that Master Sora Bulq had turned to the dark side and aligned himself with the Confederacy.<ref name="jediwindu">''[[Jedi: Mace Windu]]''</ref>
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Intelligence gained during Vos's initial penetration into the criminal underworld allowed the Republic to prepare for the impending [[First Battle of Kamino|Battle of Kamino]].<ref name="repsac" /> Tholme later attended the [[Funeral of Cei Vookto|funeral]] of Jedi [[Cei Vookto]] on the ravaged plains of [[Lianna]] following the [[Battle of Lianna|battle]] that had raged there, along with Vos and several other Jedi. He provided Mace Windu with intelligence about a group of Jedi on [[Ruul (moon)|Ruul]] who were conscientious objectors to the war, and who refused to return to Coruscant to take up arms. Acting on this, Windu decided that he would journey to Ruul to settle the matter, and bade that Vos inform the objectors. Tholme then instructed Vos to journey to [[Brentaal IV/Legends|Brentaal IV]]. On Ruul, Windu discovered that Master Sora Bulq had turned to the dark side and aligned himself with the Confederacy.<ref name="jediwindu">''[[Jedi: Mace Windu]]''</ref>
   
 
On Brentaal IV, an [[Battle of Brentaal IV (Clone Wars)|engagement]] eventually broke out, resulting in a Republic victory.<ref name="jedishaak">''[[Jedi: Shaak Ti]]''</ref> In order to gain the trust of the Confederacy and Dooku in particular, Tholme had the Council [[Mission to Nar Shaddaa (Clone Wars)|dispatch]] [[Agen Kolar/Legends|Agen Kolar]], with the pretense of trying to rein in Vos. In turn, Vos had maintained the appearance of selling Republic codes to the Confederacy, although the codes themselves were outdated. Kolar, however, was told that the codes were current and genuine, and was led to believe that Vos had truly turned traitor. Masters [[Yoda/Legends|Yoda]], Mace Windu, and Tholme believed that the deception was necessary for Vos's defection to appear convincing. Vos was able to escape, but his partner, [[Khaleen Hentz]], was apprehended by Kolar's men.<ref name="repdb">''[[Republic 54: Double Blind]]''</ref>
 
On Brentaal IV, an [[Battle of Brentaal IV (Clone Wars)|engagement]] eventually broke out, resulting in a Republic victory.<ref name="jedishaak">''[[Jedi: Shaak Ti]]''</ref> In order to gain the trust of the Confederacy and Dooku in particular, Tholme had the Council [[Mission to Nar Shaddaa (Clone Wars)|dispatch]] [[Agen Kolar/Legends|Agen Kolar]], with the pretense of trying to rein in Vos. In turn, Vos had maintained the appearance of selling Republic codes to the Confederacy, although the codes themselves were outdated. Kolar, however, was told that the codes were current and genuine, and was led to believe that Vos had truly turned traitor. Masters [[Yoda/Legends|Yoda]], Mace Windu, and Tholme believed that the deception was necessary for Vos's defection to appear convincing. Vos was able to escape, but his partner, [[Khaleen Hentz]], was apprehended by Kolar's men.<ref name="repdb">''[[Republic 54: Double Blind]]''</ref>
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