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Ways to Do the Prequels with No Spoilers for the OT.

nic777 said:

Mrebo said:

nic777 said:

Putting Obi-Wan as the focus of the PT means an abrupt shift by ep4. Because ANH is Luke's journey and when we find out about the connection to Vader it kinda makes me wonder why we would be looking at Obi-Wan so much in the PT since the real story is turning out to be the destiny of the Skywalker family.

The OT was a story about a set of heroes and Luke played the central role. Vader only mattered as a Skywalker because of his late-revealed connection to Luke. Lucas retconned the series as the story of Anakin and by extension Luke. It doesn't need to be seen this way...

No doubt Anakin is an important character (because of his relation to Luke) but that doesn't mean he needs to be the hero of the PT. As BlueCardinal says, up until at least the end of ESB, we don't view it as a Skywalker story. With Obi Wan as hero, we see him early in ANH, he passes the torch, and it works really well as a story-telling device.

Nothing wrong with wanting to tell it as a Skywalker story, but it doesn't need to be done that way. There is just nothing abrupt in moving from an Obi Wan centered-tale in the PT, to him meeting the son of his old friend/student in the OT.

 Actually it has to be seen that way because lucas made vader lukes father. That twist introduced in Empire makes the OT a skywalker saga in fact it makes as much a story of anakin's redemption as it does lukes hero journey. So to tell a prequel that focuses on someone other than anakin is jarring. 

Its like telling the story of hitler's regime (the original shown) then going back to show how he became hitler, nazi leader but focusing on his high school buddy in art class Johann, who got accepted to the art school that rejected hitler himself (the prequel). The next story (the OS) is about the rise of the 3rd reich so why are we looking at johann in the prequel as opposed to adolf himself? 

If what youre saying is the case then the sequel trilogy could be about Lando Calrissian's son's journey while the skywalker children are in the background. You think people wouldn't question that?

I do get where you're coming from, but the idea would be really difficult. Having Anakin as the focus would mean trying to go into his thoughts and progression as we seen it for Luke. That wouldn't be bad if we weren't trying to hide any spoilers. For Luke, we saw him deal with the temptations of the Dark Side and fight for the Rebel Alliance. With Anakin as the main character, we need to see the opposite of Luke. We need to see his progression to the Dark Side and the choices he makes to become Darth Vader.

Obi-Wan as the focus would allow us to see Anakin's fall without revealing anything. Anakin would still be a major character and we could still see hints of the Dark Side in Anakin. It would be more like seeing the fall of Camelot and King Arthur through the eyes of Merlin (which was actually done in the BBC "Merlin" series).

If there is a way to show Anakin's fall and not spoil anything, then I'd use it. Until then, Obi-Wan is the best option for a situation like this.

The Star Wars Prequels rewritten - Rise Of The Dark Lord

Well, regarding the plothole you came across, maybe you can change it so that Padme has Korin taking care of her children on some planet, hiding them from everyone else. Padme would visit them from time to time and/or Korin would bring the children to Padme. The children would know of their mother but nothing of their father, and in turn, the galaxy wouldn't know about them. Does that work?

Another option is that you can do is have Padme survive the duel between Anakin and Maul, and is whisked away by Obi-Wan. Like you planned, the twins are surgically removed and Obi-Wan plans to split the twins up. Korin can give Leia to the Organas with Padme posiing as a servant to care for her daughter. That way you can match it up with what Leia and Obi-Wan said in RotJ.

The Star Wars Prequels rewritten - Rise Of The Dark Lord

The story is good. You show Anakin's fall well, dealing with the conflict between him and Obi-Wan as well as his and Padme's relationship. 

However, there a concept I was not too sure about. First, Padme giving birth and her death: Luke and Leia being surgically removed from Padme was interesting take, but I thought Padme would survive, go into hiding, and die some years later while taking care of Leia (because Leia talks about her in Return of the Jedi).

Besides that, there is one other thing: Show Bail Organa in the story. Since he's referenced in Leia's message, showing Bail with Obi-Wan would give a nice introduction. We can get a good understanding of his character and show him forming the Rebel Alliance from the former Separists worlds taken in by the Republic.

Other than that, there's nothing else I can say. It is an interesting idea and I can't wait to see the finale.

The Dying Torch: A Retelling of the Prequel Trilogy.

Much of the story will be focused on Anakin as we'll be seeing the events through his eyes, mainly.

Also, I've written a small excerpt for Episode 1. 

The Twilight’s engines let out slight hum as it traveled through hyperspace. In the blue tunnel, it reverberated in the blue tunnel and echoed through the vessel’s walls. It was quite normal for space-travelers, almost calming.

In one of the Twilight’s room, a man sat on the bed cross-legged. He was well into middle age and with long brown hair that draped on his shoulders. He slowly breathed in and out, the air bristling over his beard as he silenced his mind of distractions. The man had been at it for… an hour, maybe more? It did not matter anyway. Time had little meaning when one was immersed in the Force.

During the many hours in hyperspace, the man had meditated. Meditation techniques were often used by the Jedi to seek guidance from the Force. Though he was no longer a Jedi, the man often sought clarity in the Force, more so recently.

The white currents of the Force swirled around the man, curving and coalescing like water in an ocean. With it, he used it to sense to the Twilight. He felt the durability in the ship, despite its old age. The hyperspace vibrations filled the air with a slight rattle from the durasteel plating of the Twilight’s old floors.

The man knew he was not alone on the Twilight. There was another being, a young man strong with the Force. When the man tried to sense him, the aura was practically blinding. With that kind of power, the young man could use his power for good… if he was given the right training.

He will be trained. He has to be, the man thought to himself.

The Twilight suddenly gave a slight shudder. The man’s eyes opened and he quickly uncrossed his legs, knowing very well the Twilight just dropped out of hyperspace. The man grabbed the slender cylinder next to him and quickly left his quarters for the cockpit.

That's it for now. I'm not sure if I'll actually get to it, but hopefully I will. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.

P.S. I'm not too sure about the name ("The Dying Torch"). I'm thinking of using it for another story. Should I keep the name?

The Star Wars Prequels rewritten - Enter The Clones

The story seems pretty interesting. There are some good things, but there are a bunch of things I feel could have been improved.

First the good stuff: It is nice to see the how the Jedi and the Republic are starting to falter. Also, Maul has proven to be a good villain, but I'm not sure if Dooku was needed. I think Gunray would work better as the face of the Separatists since audiences can recognize him more.

We see more of Anakin's fall to the Dark Side as he becomes more aggressive and I'm interested to see how it plays out in the Clone Wars. We also get to see him work with Obi-Wan in an interesting scene with the undercover Jedi. As for Obi-Wan, he's a lot better because he gives actual lessons to Anakin while more compassionate and understanding. He cares but he's not going to put up with any nonsense.

The rest: The final battle is basically the same as in AotC: a bunch of jedi come in, and then the clones come in to the save them, leading to the battle. I think it'd be easier if you just have the Jedi and clones come in at once.

Also, Padme's role has been decreased a little, in my opinion. In the last film, she was Anakin's love interest, but she also played a huge role with the invasion.Here, the only thing going on is just her marriage and affair with Anakin. I like it, but maybe she should have had a significant role.

Finally, add in some conversation with Palpatine and Anakin. Show Palpatine putting some doubt into Anakin about the Jedi, or maybe at the end (when Anakin's recovering), Palaptine's there to "comfort" the young Jedi and begins to put the seeds of the Dark Side.

Nitpicks: I do like the romance between Anakin and Padme and I do understand why you made it this way, but it felt weird that Anakin and Padme didn't get married, to me anyway. Maybe it's because I'm too used to the actual PT and other PT rewrites I've seen where they do get married (This is more of nitpick, really, not actual criticism).

Overall, I think the story is good. The criticisms I just stated are small in comparison to the rest of what you wrote. Keep it up. Can't wait for Episode 3!

Rewriting Prequels for TCW

DuracellEnergizer said:

A number of stupid PT elements would still remain -- Darths, younglings, Gungans, Chosen One prophecy, etc. --

Sadly, one of the things that has to stay is Yoda using a lightsaber as he's shown to use it in TCW. That can be turned down a notch, though, having Yoda wield with the lightsaber with the Force instead of actually jumping around and slicing droids up.

What did you think the Clone Wars were before you saw Episode II?

In the cancelled Kenner toyline called Star Wars: the Epic Continues, the main villain was Atha Prime, an architect of the Clone Wars who exiled by the Emperor. You could say Atha Prime rebelled against the Republic, who were trying to seize his cloning tech and/or he attacked worlds using clone armies. Just a thought.

BTW, nice job DuracellEnergizer for using the concept in your PT rewrite. I really notice it until I saw the article on Atha Prime.

What do you HATE about the EU?

Carthage said:

I hate Revan more than I hate The Phantom Menace and Attack of the clones. This third generation of SW fans that put him on par to Luke/Vader/Palpatine is quite possibly the most irritating thing to me of all.


Actually, I like Revan. His character arc about going from a hero to villain then back is interesting. However, I agree too many KotOR fans put his extremely powerful (sometimes god-like) to the point that he overpowers the movie Jedi/Sith. I think that's bull. 

Rewriting Prequels for TCW

For this, I have a timeline that hopefully works with TCW:

44 BBY – Anakin’s born to Shmi, whose husband died a short while ago.

32 BBY  Qui-Gon frees Anakin and his mom from slavery. Anakin's 12.

31 BBY  Dooku encounters Sidious.

30 BBY  Invasion of Naboo.

29 BBY  Sifo-Dyas is killed after he and Dooku form the Clone Army. Anakin's taken into the Jedi Order by 15 and trained by Obi-Wan. Clone Wars officially start as the Trade Federation gains more allies.

28 BBY  Palpatine is made Chancellor. Cease fire is made.

26 BBY  Dooku forms the Separatists and brings in the Trade Federation.

23 BBY  Episode 1. 

23-20 BBY  TCW

20 BBY  Episode 2. 

19 BBY  Episode 3. 

With that timeline set up, here's a rough synopsis for each installment:


As the fragile peace between the Republic and the Separatists crumbles, Dooku tries to assassinate Padme. Anakin takes her to Tatooine for safety (with his mother) while Obi-Wan goes to investigate the Clone Army that the Kaminoans have grown for the Republic. Their adventures would lead to Geonosis, where the war begins anew.


Dooku manipulates clones into attacking the Jedi and the Republic. Anakin and Obi-Wan manage to defeat the rogue clones (with help from a Viceroy Bail Organa of Alderaan), but Anakin's secret marriage with Padme is revealed. Padme, not wanting Anakin to sacrifice his future as a Jedi, divorces him. Unbeknownst to anyone, Padme's a few weeks pregnant.


Almost a year passed since Padme divorced Anakin. Anakin's relation with the Jedi is strained, and Palpatine uses that to turn Anakin to the Dark Side and hunt down the Jedi. Obi-Wan finds a pregnant Padme, and helps her escape Palpatine's wrath. After Obi-Wan faces Anakin (now Darth Vader) on Mustafar, Padme gives birth to Luke and Leia, who are split up. Obi-Wan takes Luke to Tatooine and Leia to Alderaan.

More details will be added, but for now, what do you think? Is it alright? Does anything need to be added, or removed? Please, let me know. Thanks.

Jedi outfits

For your PT rewrite, what will your Jedi look like? Well, there are many ways of doing it, besides going with the actual PT look.

  • Go with the Jedi outfits from the Clone Wars cartoons (both 2003 and 2008) as they show Jedi not always wearing brown robes. For the 2008 specifically, the Jedi outfits are more practical and make them look more like samurai (at least, to me.)
  • Have the Jedi look more like armored medieval knights (similar to King Arthur and his knights from Excalibur).
  • Use something similar to Tales of the Jedi comics. They have interesting designs, ranging from cloaks to tabards and so on.

Personally, I'd go with a mixture of these, and even add on some PT robes. What are your thoughts? What would you do? Just curious and thanks.

What did you think the Clone Wars were before you saw Episode II?

darklordoftech said:

Here's my timeline (keep in mind that the ANH screenplay describes Luke as 18 years old):

- 35 BBY or earlier: Clone Wars begin

- 35 BBY: Battle of Honoghr

- 30 BBY: Nejaa Halcyon dies

- 20-25 BBY: Bpfasshi incident

- 18 BBY: birth of the Empire, extermination of the Jedi, and birth of Leia and Luke

Now that I think about it, you can have the Clone Wars end as early as 25 or 26 BBY. That way, the long period between its start and end can fit all of the events, including the Bpfasshi incident. With Nejaa Halcyon, he still dies then with his kid about 10 or 11 years old. By the time the Empire's rises (19 BBY), Halcyon's kid is 17. You can say Halcyon's kid married young (say 18 or 19) and had Corran Horn almost a year later (probably close to 17 or 16 BBY).

What did you think the Clone Wars were before you saw Episode II?

Well, there are some things from the Bantam Spectra books that give hints at when it was:

  • In the Thrawn Trilogy, it mentions some Bpfasshi Jedi went rogue during the Clone Wars and were hunted by Yoda about 30-35 years before the book (20-25 BBY). Also, it says the Battle of Honoghr from the Clone Wars dates back to 35 BBY.
  • In Darksaber of the Callista trilogy, it states that the former Jedi Callista knew Obi-Wan as she refers to him as General Kenobi.
  • In I, Jedi, we're told by Hal Horn's recording that his father, the Jedi Nejaa Halcyon, fought in the Clone Wars and died shortly after, when Hal was ten. This could put the Clone Wars sometime close to 30 BBY as Hal's son, the famous X-Wing pilot and later Jedi Knight Corran Horn, was born around the same time as Luke.
Rewriting Prequels for TCW

I've been rewatching Star Wars: The Clone Wars recently and I noticed that it works better as a stand-alone instead of bridging the gap between episode 2 and 3. Here's why.

There are some in-show references that don't necessarily match the PT movies. First, it references in the later seasons that the Battle of Naboo (from TPM) was where the first battle of the Clone Wars took place. Second, when Anakin faces Dooku in Revenge of the Sith, he says his "powers have doubled" since the last time they met (meaning from the climax of Episode 2). But Anakin and Dooku are shown to duel many times in the show. 

Also, TCW gives the feel of the OT in a PT setting (to me), much like how Filoni and the producers stated. Because of this, I've wondered if the Prequels were rewritten for TCW.

What do you think? Could it be done? If so, how would it be done? Who would be the main lead (Anakin or Obi-Wan)? Thanks.

NOTES for "Episode 1: Rise of a Jedi" (My brother's idea)

This is a prequel rewrite my older brother came up over a year ago. He gave a basic idea for episode 1 but we never got a chance to work on it. I'd like to see what you think. Here's some notes I wrote for my brother:


A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...

For over a thousand generations, the Galactic Republic was the center body of government in the galaxy that brought order and peace. However, the recent breakthrough of cloning has become the center of the Republic's issues as many politicians debate over the rights of clones.

Meanwhile, the Jedi Knights, the Republic's peace keepers, continue their servitude to the galaxy. On the planet of [insert planet name here], the Jedi train their young students in the ways of the Force to become servants of the Republic. Amongst these student is one who is exceptionally strong in the Force...


Anakin is a good Jedi, but lacks motivation. He becomes an assistant to Obi-Wan, who's Bail Organa's advisor. As they go to Alderaan, Obi-Wan sees Anakin's Force Potential, but doesn't think highly of him because of Anakin's lack of motivation, despite he's a good pilot,

Genetic engineering and cloning has spread throughout the galaxy, there are those who want clones to have rights while others don't, Bail (who is pro-clone rights) is on a Senate committee that deals with scientific-legal stuff.


Obi-Wan see Anakin flying and using the use Force to fly, so Obi-Wan tries to motivate Anakin, but that doesn't work.

After that, Anakin is taken to a tour of a cloning facility as a publicity move by Bail to highlight the suffering of the clones, and sees how horrible clones are treated. Anakin sees Bail giving a press conference about clones being mistreated and is inspired to learn about politics, so Anakin talks with Obi-Wan about politics after listening to Bail's speech. Obi-Wan structures politics as a way of helping people via republicanism/democracy (government officials are meant to help people).

Incorporate business that have been funding the cloning have lost their jobs due to the lack of popularity from Bail's press conference, so they try to get an assassin (who happens to be Maul).


Bail survives with assassination attempts. The first time, Maul attacks, but Anakin and Obi-Wan drive him away. As he leaves, Maul loses his communicator, which Bail uses that to realize that the corporate leaders were behind it, so he tries to get them arrested which leads to a blaster fight. Meanwhile, Anakin and Obi-Wan fight Maul, and they both take out Maul together.

Anakin realizes he wants to help people, realizes politics is a strong force in the galaxy, sees the pain of beings in the galaxy, sees politics as a way to help people, and Obi-Wan takes him as his apprentice. In the news, Chancellor Palpatine announces he has passed a pro-clone rights bill. However, this ensues the Clone Wars as the people anti-clone rights form their own army of clones.



Sees the interconnectedness of the Force and seeks to make the universe better by helping people. More of a religious order; no council; take teenagers in after they're done with their regular school to train them as Jedi, and the Jedi order has different positions for different kinds of Jedi (healer, diplomats, etc).


Sees the Force and the galaxy like the Jedi, but believe the galaxy is in chaos and seeks to bring order by ruling the galaxy. They are only a secret small group (two people, since they follow the Rule of two) with their leader, who hides in the shadows. They work as infiltrators, trying to destroy the Republic from within, so they can rule.

Galactic Republic:

A galaxy-wide governmental body that is slowly becoming corrupted, and is led by Chancellor Palpatine.



Anakin isn't space Jesus; has step-family on Tattooine and an only child; in Jedi school as a young adult with no motivation, yet assigned by the Jedi School to do an internation in politics as special assistant to Obi-Wan who is advisor/negotiator to Bail Organa of Alderaan; becomes friends with Obi-Wan; likes to fly and is a good pilot,


Sees Anakin is highly in the Force but ignores him because of his lack of motivation; explains to Anakin the Republic's democratic system; tries to get Anakin motivated; at the end he develops a respect and friendship for Anakin, and wants to train him.


The Senator of Alderaan, who seeks to help promote the rights of clones; he tries to do this by revealing the treatment of clones done by the corporations; however, his life is in danger due to his interference, so he has Obi-Wan and Anakin to protect him.


The head of the Republic; who is torn between those pro-clone rights and anti-clone rights. He simply waits for the Senate to decide on the matter and in the end, passes a bill that promotes pro-clone rights.


A Sith Assassin who is behind the assassination attempts on Bail Organa's life. He's hired by the clone corporations to kill Bail, but it constantly thwarted by Anakin and Obi-Wan.

The Clone Wars:

Genetic engineering and cloning has spread throughout the galaxy; there are those who want clones to have rights while others don't; Bail is for clone rights, while there's an anti-cloning group

What do you guys think? Is it any good? Anything that needs work? Please let me know. Thanks.

What Went Wrong/What Can Be Avoided Thread

Well, one thing does come to mind and surprisingly, no one seems to bring this up: the opening of Episode III (aka the battle over Coruscant). 

Think about it. This gives the perfect set up for the fall of the Jedi and the rise of the Empire: The chancellor was captured, the Separatists invaded the the capital of the Galactic Republic and the Republic's fleet was probably put into disarray after that battle. Instead of looking at any repercussions of this, what we got was the rest of Episode III.

What I would do is keep the opening (barring some small exceptions like Dooku's death), but show the aftermath. Here, the public is paranoid about another attack and distrusts the Jedi for not foreseeing the invasion in the first place. The Republic wants to bring the full fury of the Republic's military on the Separatists, but the Jedi advise caution, creating a barrier of mistrust between the two. Anakin is caught in the middle as he sympathizes with the Republic and wants to end the war. 

Palpatine would use the situation to strengthen his grip on the galaxy and have Anakin slowly turn to the Dark Side. The Jedi, seeing past Palpatine's plans, would try to stop him. They fail, of course, and the Jedi are hunted down. The movie would end with the duel between Obi-Wan and Anakin, now christened Darth Vader (not as fancy as the one we got, but still epic).

Anakin's wife

RicOlie_2 said:

Wannabe Scholar said:

How are you guys going to Anakin's wife? 

 Shame on you, WS! Don't you think that kind of thing could push him over to the Dark Side? I'll find my own wife (once I'm old enough), and not take someone else's.

 ... I really should have phrased that better.

Anakin's wife

How are you guys going to do Anakin's wife? I know a few have completely written out Padme, but I think she has potential to be a good character. In the actual PT, she desires peace for all and does what she can to help (somewhat). 

In my rewrite PT, what I plan to do is for Padme trying to keep the peace between the Separatists and the Republic despite the growing tensions after the First Clone War. However, Padme distrusts the Jedi because she believes they caused Dooku to rebel and form the Separatists.

Because of this, her relationship with Anakin and Obi-Wan has a rocky start. Over time, she warms up to the two Jedi and soon marries Anakin. However, when she fears about Anakin falling to the Dark Side as her husband gets closer to Palpatine, she confides in Obi-Wan with her children. Ironically this leads Anakin to suspect of Obi-Wan and Padme betraying him, and Anakin ultimately falls to the Dark Side. After the rise of the Empire, Padme goes into hiding and she disguises herself as a servant of Bail Organa.

What are your thoughts? Is it alright? Is there anything wrong with it? What are your own ideas? Please let me know. Thanks.

Obi-Wan = OB-1?

Hey guys, I've heard about this idea of Obi-Wan in the OT being a clone (OB-1) of the original Obi-Wan Kenobi (or just Ben, depending on the case). I've sometimes heard that the original Obi-Wan of the Prequels is killed by Anakin while the OT Obi-Wan (the clone) escaped with Luke. 

Does anyone know where this comes from and does anyone think this can actually work when writing a prequel rewrite? Just curious.

A Modern Re-Intepretation of Star Wars

Well, then just have Vader kill Anakin instead. If the Vader in the OT wasn't Anakin, imagine what would have happened in episode 6. 

First, there's Obi-Wan and Luke's talk on Dagobah. Obi-Wan could go on to mention Vader's past and warn Luke of his anger towards Vader. Luke would have a conflict between his Jedi teachings and wanting to bring justice to Vader.

Then, there's the final duel. Luke would probably forgive Vader of his crimes and Vader could kill Palpatine. Either Vader dies, he survives and goes into exile, or he survives and helps Luke rebuild the Jedi. That or either Luke kills both Vader and Palpatine. 

A Modern Re-Intepretation of Star Wars

Well, almost everyone will say "get rid of Jar Jar." But besides that, here's one thing I would do different: clone Anakin Skywalker and name that clone Darth Vader. 

What this would do is place Obi-Wan as the main character as he trains Darth Vader. Anakin would already by a Jedi at this point. There would be a slightly tension between Anakin and Vader as the two progress through the Clone Wars. At the end, Anakin kills his clone and becomes the Darth Vader we all know.

Speaking of which, the Clone Wars would start to change differently as Vader was the only cloned Jedi to survive the cloning process. The Separatists would attempt to make their own cloned Force-sensitives. This would shift the Clone Wars more to Zahn's version as described in the Thrawn Trilogy, the Separatists soon being called the Clone Masters.

That's all I have right. I'm actually working on a story for this idea, but I have no idea if it might turn out to actually be good. Do you think it might work?

The Dying Torch: A Retelling of the Prequel Trilogy.

Hey guys. I'm currently working on prequel rewrite. I titled the trilogy "The Dying Torch" to describe the fall of the Republic. I hope it's alright but I also hope you can give any criticism for me to fix any problems with my story. With that said, let me begin with a basic idea for Episode 1: Spark of War.

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...

It is a time of peace for the galaxy. The flames of the First Clone War have died and the Galactic Republic has finally recovered after years of peace with the Seperatists.

However, the peace is fragile. The Separatists, led by the former Jedi Dooku, continue to bring more worlds into its fold. In response, garrisons of soldiers are left on different worlds as the Republic continues its peace talks.

Meanwhile, the Republic's Jedi guardians begin to recruit more to recover their losses from the war...

Basic Idea: After Qui-Gon brings an eighteen-year-old Anakin to the Jedi, Anakin and Obi-Wan go to protect Senator Padme of Naboo during a peace summit with the Separatists on Alderaan. It turns out to be a trap as the chancellor’s assassinated by Maul (who’s allied himself with a Separatists ambassador) and the Separatists take over the planet.

Trapped, our group of heroes evades the Separatists to contact Coruscant. Viceroy Bail Organa and Qui-Gon lead a fleet of ships to free Alderaan, thus rescuing the trio. However, Qui-Gon’s killed by Maul during the battle and the Separatist ambassador is killed by Asajj Ventress, Dooku’s personal assassin.

As Padme comforts a mournful Anakin, Obi-Wan informs the Jedi Council of Darth Maul. The Council, startled by the Sith’s return, begin to start their investigation. Meanwhile, Vice-Chancellor Palpatine is made Chancellor and declares war on the Separatists for their actions. The Second Clone War has begun.

Details for Act 1 be will next...