Searching for the Bad Batch season 2 spoilers? After a long wait of over a year, the debut of the new Clone Force 99 season finally arrived with a strong two-episode release that successfully laid the groundwork for what would happen in the remaining episodes this season.
“Spoils of War,” the pilot episode, establishes some of the developments that occurred to the Bad Batch during the interlude, including the growth of the Empire, the increasing desperation of the Bad Batch, and their involvement in more than a little trouble on Count Dooku’s former home, which was first seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
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Things appear to be proceeding normally at first, with the Bad Batch doing their assignments as usual. The noticeable bodily changes among the squad members cast doubt on this portrayal of normalcy. The emblems they wore during the Clone Wars have all been removed, and their armor appears to have seen much better days. In addition, Omega has gone a long way and is now contributing equally to the team’s success.
The fact that the crew didn’t overprotect Omega and was already able to fend off the crabs successfully indicates her development. Given that they need to keep doing tasks for Cid to keep their heads above water financially, it’s hardly surprising that the squad has been weathering the storm. Hunter seems convinced by the rising frequency of missions and the growing presence of the Imperials to accept the very dangerous assignment to raid Serenno in the hopes of recovering enough money to keep everyone escaping.
While the group is thinking about the future, Echo is growing increasingly outspoken in his criticism of the Empire. You’d think that after being locked up for so long, Echo would be the most afraid of dictatorship, but on the contrary, it appears to have just strengthened his determination. These are key traits that show the Squad is headed for a showdown with the Empire. The group heads to Serenno, where they will inevitably run with huge Clones guarding the loot.
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Even though the civilian portions of Serenno have been devastated by the Empire’s attacks, the city nevertheless shows the wounds of its past as a Separatist bastion. Our last encounter with this planet was during the Nightsister’s failed assassination attempt on Dooku, and the destruction she wreaked on it is still visible today. Although some may view this as Clone Wars fan service, it is a reasonable inquiry to wonder what became the Separatists’ supplies.
The introduction of Serenno in “Spoils of War” is a natural and welcome addition to the larger Star Wars mythology. While “Spoils of War” may have benefited from greater long-term ramifications, it is still a good returning episode that sets up the second season of The Bad Batch. It’s no surprise that the performers did a good job with their parts, and the animation quality has improved once more, with a plethora of minute details evident.
Some characters, like Echo and Omega, have seen significant growth since the first season, but the criticism that Tech has stagnated may still be valid. While I find the series to be beautiful, I am crossing my fingers that the next few episodes of The Bad Batch will keep us all on the edge of our seats.
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