I did include bad batch as essential viewing. Also, With the way this guide is set up, It would be a bit confusing to put the Martez sisters before the Bad Batch. Even if I could do it in a way that worked I probably wouldn’t. The creators of Clone wars season 7 didn’t make it in perfect chronological order for a reason. I think the Bad Batch arc is a better intro to the season than if we were to start with Ahsoka and the Martez sisters. Also, I find it interesting to cut to ahsoka in a very different situation, contrasting life in the Jedi order and life not in the Jedi order. I don’t really get what you’re trying to say with the second part of your post. I am aware that The Siege of Mandalore and Revenge of the Sith feature Anakin’s return to Coruscant during the battle featuring Palpatine’s kidnapping. If you wanted me to change the guide to fit that, the problem is, there is only so much you can put in those paragraphs. I did try to address the fact that the siege of Mandalore ties into ROTS.
It’s not perfect chronological order because they wanted the season to restart with action, to have an exciting premiere. It wasn’t as strict of a narrative choice when you’re talking about the series as a whole.
I was just trying to give a timeline and show where those final episodes take place. Ahsoka’s Walkabout/Martez Sisters takes place a bit more than 6mo before ROTS, as Anakin is leaving, Bad Batch takes place maybe a month or so later when Anakin is gone, and then Siege and ROTS are when he returns to the surprise pregnancy.
It’s mainly to help that narrative when doing a big rewatch of everything in order that it makes sense to move them around. If this is a shortcut of episodes to get the general gist of the series but not watch all 7 seasons between AOTC and ROTS, I feel like those episodes in chronological order might help more.