As the battle continued, Hunter borrowed Wrecker's combat knife to use alongside his own, and Tech deployed electromagnetic pulses against the droids, which they proved resistant to. Mace Windu However, as the squad neared the end of the pipe, a force of D-wing air support droids arrived on each side of the pipe. The Republic campaign on Anaxes begins to take a turn for the worse when the Separatists capture the main production facility for the Republic's battle fleet. [5] The unit originated as a batch of clones who were born with "desirable" genetic mutations that made them superior soldiers. As a large detachment of droids approached, Hunter told his troops to execute Plan 82. At that point, it was revealed that Wrecker was not fond of heights. A tactic is effective the first time it is used, but it becomes less effective with each following use. They call themselves the Bad Batch, but the motley crew that makes up Clone Force 99 boasts an astounding 100 percent success rate and skills unseen in any other clone troopers. Squad[1] Clone Force 99

Once the improvements have been completed, you may remove this notice and the page's listing. Anaxes[2] Previous episode You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Wat Tambor arrived and prepared the Decimator, a prototype droid that only targeted organic beings. However, on their way the clones are spotted and shot down by a battle droid force, and end up crashing in a ravine, leaving Cody seriously injured and trapped inside the vessel's wreckage. Following the Republic victory, Echo told Rex that he was considering joining the Bad Batch. Clone Force 99, informally known as "The Bad Batch," was a clone commando squad led by Clone Sergeant "Hunter" during the Clone Wars. Rex splits up the squad for a diversionary three-front attack on the center's guard force, just as the droid relief forces arrive at the outpost; but before Trench can warn them about the clones' assault, the cyber center droids are taken by surprise. Digging in further, Tech manages to receive an audio signal which sounds like a human voice. Rex says he doesn't. After the clones have left, a second droid force investigates the crash site and inform Trench of their findings. The two clones discovered that a live signal was being sent from Skako Minor carrying the CT number of clone trooper "Echo," leading Rex to believe that his friend was still alive. The chief was displeased that they had returned and brought the war to the village. [7], When the first wave of D-wing droids landed at the village, they first found it empty. Each member of the squad had a skull icon on their clone trooper armor, which could be seen as their unofficial logo and helped set the four apart from other clone units. However, by this time, Admiral Trench had caught on to them, sending a platoon of droids with a Multi-Troop Transport to surround them. Scripted by Brent Friedman, it is the first in a four-part story arc focusing on a ragtag unit of clone commandos, Clone Force 99. [8], Clone Force 99 was set to appear in another arc in the series, but the show was cancelled before the episodes could be completed. The Poletec warriors and the team took positions around the village when the army arrived. Writer(s) "The Bad Batch" is the first episode of the seventh season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. [4], They traveled there with scouts provided by the Poletecs who showed them the Separatist base located in the city of Purkoll, rising high above the clouds on tall, thin pillars. The squad consisted of four clone troopers designed with genetic mutations. [Source]. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. The finalized version of the episode has some differences to the original unfinished story reel, including a different explanation for the algorithm and a private meeting between Cody and Rex in the barracks. Tech kept working on removing Echo as more and more droids arrived.