As Count Dooku trains Savage Opress in the ways of the Dark Side, Obi-Wan and Anakin travel to Dathomir to learn more about this Zabrak Jedi killer.

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Count Dooku (voice)
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Savage Opress (voice)
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Asajj Ventress (voice)
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Mother Talzin (voice)
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Adi Gallia / Talia (voice)
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Mace Windu (voice) (as Terrence Carson)
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King Katuunko (voice)
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Narrator / Yoda (voice)
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Battle Droids (voice)
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As Count Dooku trains Savage Opress in the ways of the Dark Side, Obi-Wan and Anakin travel to Dathomir to learn more about this Zabrak Jedi killer.

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "The path to evil may bring great power, but not loyalty." See more »

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Savage Opress: How does one defend against such power?
Count Dooku: A wise master does not reveal all his secrets at once. In due time, my apprentice.
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References Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) See more »

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Witches of the Mist Review
2 February 2011 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Witches of the Mist was spectacular! Although I'm not quite sure why it was called that way. The Nightsisters only appeared briefly. But never the less, this was the best episode yet, ever! First the Sith training, then the mission to Toydaria where the most intense moment of the Clone Wars took place: the death of King Katuunko. And then Asajj, failing to kill her master, sitting in a rescue pod, even brought up some sympathy for a Sith. And once more the details were amazing. For example, during the fight between Asajj, Savage and Dooku, you could still see the lifeless body of King Katuunko lying on the floor. And in that same fight, you probably noticed how Savage wasn't nearly as strong as Assaj. One last thing: in my opinion, the mysterious return of Darth Maul wasn't really necessary. For me, he'd better died on Naboo.


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