Unfortunately, I switched software in the past two years and I couldn’t access the original file, nor did I think to publish a detailed changelog at the time, so I’m afraid not. I can however list out all my changes to the best of my memory.
– Custom crawl, in red text, explaining a “dark acolyte” (Savage) is searching for Maul.
– A greatly trimmed “Brothers”, removing most of the fluff, though unfortunately not the snake.
– “Voyage of Temptation”, the second episode of the Season Two Mandalore arc, is included because it introduced Satine’s relationship with Obi-Wan. The episode’s main plot remains intact but it is trimmed to 12 minutes by removing redundancies, such as the multiple dining scenes and the multiple spider droids. Instead, each happens in one scene and it makes for a faster pace.
– One scene from the follow-up “Duchess of Mandalore” is used to show Dooku abandoning contact with Death Watch.
– “Revenge” has been almost entirely removed, consisting of only the scene on Dathomir and Obi-Wan meeting with Yoda. This was because I had no way of introducing Ventress within the film’s limited scope and “Revival” hits the same beats anyway.
– Interspaced between the movie in various bits is “Twin Suns” from Rebels. This was never ideal and I was always displeased by how this came out, but by the nature of TCW at the time there was no emotional ending to Maul’s story.
– “Revival” has very few changes. The only I can remember was cutting one of Maul’s lines that Kenobi arrival was “too soon” because in this context Maul still hasn’t met Kenobi yet and is calling him here intentionally.
– “Eminence” cuts out the extended and pointless Nal Hutta attack. Instead, it jumps straight from the Pyke’s arrival to the attack on Jabba’s Palace, tightening the rise of the Shadow Collective.
– “Shades of Reason” and “The Lawless” are not significantly altered in any way. It’s been a while so I might be forgetting a line or two I cut, but no major plot beats were altered.
– The edit ends with “Twin Suns”, trying to conclude Maul’s story in a thematically resonate way, although in hindsight I don’t know if combining TCW and Rebels’ very different styles works as well as I was hoping.