After the enormous success of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, George Lucas was extremely interested in carrying on one of the new characters of the Clone Wars into the time when the Empire ruled the galaxy. At first, Lucas planned on returning to the character Ahsoka, but felt that he wanted to go down a path which would follow a clone instead. Working with Disney, Lucas decided to create a series focussing on clone CT-7567, a.k.a Rex. Rex was shown no longer leading his regiment in the Clone Wars, and this series carries on with the idea of him leaving their establishment by rebelling against the establishment. The show also features famous characters such as Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Yoda, but features them as side characters. The show was released on 21st March 2015, and was highly successful. Each two episodes are done in "arcs" (with a few exeptions), which means that they are written and directed by the same people, and the stories are usually connected in some way or another.
|Episode||Writter and Director||Episode Details|
|Episode 1: Order 66||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Justin Ridge||Rex has retired from the Clone regimend and now lives on the secluded planet of Davenbar, but when Order 66 is sent, Rex finds himself following a new path.|
|Episode 2: Rouge Origins||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Justin Ridge||Calling upon a squad of other clones who left the Republic, Rex plans an attack on the creator of Order 66, but instead finds himself fighting Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader!|
|Episode 3: Chosen Path||Written by Steven Melching, Directed by Kyle Dunlevy||After the failure to disable Order 66 at its source, Rex wonders if turning against the Empire was the right choice, whilst second in command, Aviun, tries to get hold of his loved ones.|
|Episode 4: Eldership||Written by Steven Melching, Directed by Kyle Dunlevy||Rex and Aviun fight for leadership over the team, whilst Obi-Wan Kenobi makes contact with the team asking for assistance against a small Stormtrooper force.|
|Episode 5: Revenge of Vader||Written by Tim Burns, Directed by Rob Coleman||Avuin leads Jervis and Cav on a small mission to negotiate for supplies, but when the planet turns its alliagiance over to the Empire, Avuin faces the full force of Darth Vader.|
|Episode 6: Saving Trinity||Written by Tim Burns, Directed by Rob Coleman||With Avuin, Jervis, and Cav now being held captive by Darth Vader, Rex leads a daring rescue plan to get his soldiers back where they belong: home.|
|Episode 7: Others||Written by Katie Lucas, Directed by Steward Lee||When the Rouge Troopers are contacted by a group of other rouge Troopers, going by the name of the Reveridites. However, when the Reveridites announce their plans to take over the Empire and run it themselves, things turn deadly.|
|Episode 8: Reveridites||Written by Katie Lucas, Directed by Steward Lee||The Reveridites, led by their leader: Cainan, kidnap Cav and force him to create a new weapon that can turn off the force, however, when Obi-Wan finds out, he knows the consequences will be deadly.|
|Episode 9: Troopers Training||Written by Scott Murphy, Directed by Jesse Yeh||Rex is able to make contact with a group of untrained Clones who escaped from Kamino, and giving them a test, sends them to the battle ground of Dravodor.|
|Episode 10: Lord of Dravodor||Written by Scott Murphy, Directed by Jesse Yeh||Newly trained Maledon and his team of young clone rebels have survived the Dravodor attack, but now they must take on mysterious Sith Lord Trainer, Darth Vestax.|
|Episode 11: Hero for the Common Man||Written by Wendy Meracle, Directed by Walter Murch||Rex, Maledon, and Cav find themselves investigating information on a real life hero on Coruscant, named Kin Zedly, but when Kin reveals himself to be trained in the forces of the dark side, the Rouge Troopers find themselves a new enemy.|
|Episode 12: Villain for the Common Man||Written by Wendy Meracle, Directed by Walter Murch||Kin Zedly declares to the poor civilians of Coruscant that the Rouge Troopers are an enemy, and the Troopers soon find themselves hunted on the streets as they try to escape from the attack of Kin.|
|Episode 13: Yoda's Force||Written by Wendy Meracle, Directed by Walter Murch||When the team is able to make contact with Master Yoda and tell him of the new threat in Kin Zedly, Yoda agrees to join them on a big mission to take out Kin Zedly once and foreall, even if it means getting past Darth Vader.|
|Episode 14: "My Own Jedi"||Written by Bill Canterbury, Directed by Danny Keller||Kin Zedly has escaped from the grips of the Rouge Troopers and so a hunt to find him begins, but when the Rouge Troopers find stranded Jedi Master Quane Lightway, they must rescue him from the grips of General Fergie Ghurt.|
|Episode 15: Jedi of the Rouge||Written by Bill Canterbury, Directed by Danny Keller||Jedi Master Quane Lightway has joined the Rouge Troopers, and marks the beginning of a change to the order of the Rouge Troopers. However, when an argumant between Rex and Aviun begins over Lightway, Quane considers leaving.|
|Episode 16: The Proving of Quane Lightway||Written by Bill Canterbury, Directed by Danny Keller||Quane Lightway leads Cav and Jervis on a routine mission on the planet Fulicia, but when Darth Vestrax and his female apprentice, Jellin Sabier, arrive, Quane finds himself proving what he can really do.|
|Episode 17: Bounty Hunter Crain||Written by Brent Friedman, Directed by Bosco Ng||Bounty Hunter, Lavidor Crain, is hired by Darth Vader to capture a group of Jedi Younglings who escaped the attack of the temple, and Rex is left to rescue them.|
|Episode 18: Lightsabers Were Lost||Written by Brent Friedman, Directed by Bosco Ng||After saving the Younglings, Rex finds himself fighting to escape with the children when Darth Vader's apprentice, Alexin Geniosion, joins in with the hunt to take the group down.|
|Episode 19: The Youngest Betrayers||Written by Steve Mitchell, Directed by Duwayne Dunham||As the Younglings are returned to the Rouge Troopers base, Quane Lightway senses a disturbance in the force. Using meditation, Quane is able to realise that the Younglings are not what they seem, but Sith Imposers.|
|Episode 20: The Call to Learn||Written by Streve Mitchell, Directed by Duwayne Dunham||The Sith Younglings, led by Cirell Indifil, escape the grips of the Rouge Troopers and return to thier trainer, Darth Vestrax, but when Vestrax orders them to train so that they are ready to fight Darth Vader, the tides of the galaxy change.|
|Episode 21: Fear of the Dark Side||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Steward Lee||Darth Vader and Darth Vestrax are at war, and the Rouge Troopers aren't willing to get involved, but when Vestrax's forces set base on the Rouge Trooper's planet of Theoline, Maledon voices out his unwillingness to join the fight.|
|Episode 22: Fear of the Follower||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Steward Lee||Whilst most of the Rouge Troopers find themselves trapped in the reckage of their base, Maledon is able to escape. However, when Maledon finds himself being stalked by old enemy Kin Zedly, he knows that he must use all he has learnt to survive.|
|Episode||Writer and Director||Episode Details|
|Episode 1: Lost in the Fight||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Steward Lee||Now having defeated Kin Zedly by blasting him, Maledone returns to the Rouge Troopers base to find nothing left of it, with all of the team now trapped inside of it waiting to die a painful death...|
|Episode 2: Till War Do Us Part||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Steward Lee||The team have escaped from the destroyed base, but are suffering from the deaths of certain team members. Meanwhile, Cirell Indifil goes on his first mission when he hunts down Darth Vader's apprentice, Alexin Geniosion.|
|Episode 3: Learning for the Blade||Written by Henry Gilroy, Directed by Brian O'Connell||Quane Lightway feels that using just blasters isn't going to be enough to win the war against the Empire, and so begins to teach Rex, Aviun and Force the way to use a lightsaber. Meanwhile, Cirell Indifil undergoes extreme torture under Sith Lord Darth Vader, and Jellin Sabier is sent to save him.|
|Episode 4: Battle of the Blade||Written by Henry Gilroy, Directed by Brian O'Connell||Quane Lightway remembers where he learnt to fight with a lightsaber: a planet created by the Jedi with home-made droid inhabbitant, all for training purposes. Willing to improve the lightsaber skills of Rex, Aviun, and Force, the group of four head to the battle field.|
|Episode 6: Inventory||Written by Drew Z. Greenburg, Directed by Danny Keller||When Bounty Hunters Lavidor Crain and Xaivage Quendle arrange a meeting with General Fergie Ghurt about joining the Empire, Talen is sent on a mission to assisinate the trio. However, when Ghurt finds out he is on the base, Talen has to use everything he has to survive.|
|Episode 7: Xaivage's Strike||Written by Drew Z. Greenburg, Directed by Danny Keller||Talen has killed Lavidor Crain and has brutally injured General Ghurt, but Xaivage Quendle is still alive. As Quendle hunts Talen down, Talen calls in the team to assist him on an extremely dangerous mission, but things change when Darth Vader arrives to join the hunt.|
|Episode 8: Mistakes When Kiling||Written by Christian Taylor, Directed by Walter Murch||Darth Vestrax orders Jellin Sabier on a dangerous mission to assinate the injured General Ghurt, who is running Darth Vader's army, but when Darth Vader discovers what she intends to do, she finds herself chased through the galaxy by Alexin Geniosion.|
|Episode 9: Into Their Hands||Written by Christian Taylor, Directed by Walter Murch||When Jellin escapes from Alexin Geniosion but arrives at the Rouge Troopers new base, she begins to see the flaws in the Empire and considers abandoning the Dark Side. Meanwhile, Rex finds himself fighting crime lord alien, Zenracky Daineriesic.|
|Episode 10: The New Recruit||Written by Christian Taylor, Directed by Walter Murch||Jellin Sabier has gone rouge and has joined the Rouge Troopers. To test if she can be trusted, Jellin joins Quane on a mission to confront her old master, Darth Vestrax; a mission which will almost kill both of the pair when Vestrax senses her betrayel.|
|Episode 11: Return of the Reveridites||Written by Katie Lucas, Directed by Justin Ridge||Cainan returns to the spot light when he publicily executes General Ghurt, and then turns to the team, asking them to protect him as he is now a wanted man. Meanwhile, Rex and Aviun begin to wonder if they should re-consider a treaty with the Reveridites.|
|Episode 12: Vengeance of the Reveridites||Written by Katie Lucas, Directed by Justin Ridge||Rex chases Cainan through the Hyburn Nebular after Cainan steals one of the Rouge Troopers super weapons, whilst the Reverdites make an act of revenge by attempting to destroy the new Rouge Troopers base. Quane Lightway and Jellin Sabier join forces to battle the group.|
|Episode 13: The Apprentice||Written by Jose Molina, Directed by Robert Dalva||Cirell Indifil is recruited as Darth Vestrax's new apprentice, and Vestrax has a mission for him... Vestrax wants Cirell to destroy one of Darth Vader's supply tanks, being controlled by Commander Ewan Brakedawn (and capture Brakedan as well), but Open and Jervis are already on the case.|
|Episode 14: Fight Over Breakdawn||Written by Jose Molina, Directed by Robert Dalva||The Rouge Troopers have captured Commander Brakedawn, but Cirell isn't willing to give up on his mission. Capturing Aviun, who was on a mission on Corscant, the Rouge Troopers hunt Cirell down, but instead find themselves trying to catch two people at once.|
|Episode 15: Capturing Brakedawn||Written by Jose Molina, Directed by Robert Dalva||Cerill has captured Brakedawn, and is preparing for all of his thoughts to be extracted. Knowing that if Vestrax discovers Vader's secrets, he will only take over himself, the Rouge Troopers track Cerill's ship, but find that Brakedawn may be controlling it.|
|Episode 16: Under Siege||Written by Chris Collins, Directed by Dave Filoni||Rex, Quane, Aviun, Jervis, Maledone, and Jellin are sent on a mission to assist the planet, Naboo, in fighting back against the Empire, but when Darth Vader arrives ready to begin a new test on Naboo, the team find themselves in hiding.|
|Episode 17: The Test Games||Written by Chris Collins, Directed by Dave Filoni||Darth Vader has released his test subject on Naboo to see it's ability to wipe out planets. As Quane and Jellin hunt down Vader, the rest of the team tracks out Vader's test subject, only to find out that Darth Vader has transfered General Grevious's mind into a new replicar body.|
|Episode 18: Destruction of Naboo||Written by Chris Collins, Directed by Dave Filoni||General Grevious has snuck into his new Space-pod, which he is going to use to destroy the core on Naboo. Rex and the team find themselves fighting Grevious's droid army, whilst Darth Vader engages in a fight with two members of the team for the first time.|
|Episode 19: Real Stormtroopers||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Dave Bullock||The team have always been fighting the big bad guys of the galaxy, but then Rex realises that the only way to win the war will be to eliminate the 'big bad's' soldiers, the Stormtroopers. However, when Rex proposes this fact to the rest of the clones, they begin to change their minds on if they should remain on the team.|
|Episode 20: The Brothers||Written by George Lucas, Directed by Dave Bullock||Rex was unable to convince the rest of the clones to join him on a mission to take down Stormtrooper Buffy's fleet of ships and so he goes with just Quane and Jellin. However, when Rex arrives, he realises that killing his own brothers isn't as easy as it sounds.|
|Episode 21: Failure Worth Fighting For||Written by Steven Melching, Directed by Kyle Dunlevy||Rex has realised that none of the clones, including himself, can kill his own Brothers. Now knowing that the Rouge Troopers themselves will never be the end to the Empire, they decide to go out with a fight, and that means joining up for one last battle to eliminate General Grevious's fleet.|
|Episode 22: Last Battle||Written by Steven Melching, Directed by Kyle Dunlevy||Rex and the clones have infultrated General Grevious's ship, but when Grevious arrives on the planet Dodgrah planning to destroy, what was originally a plan to simply destroy Grevious's ship becomes a plan which involves a massive planet based battle, and the death of all of the team.|
CT - 7567/Rex: The main attagonist of the show, Rex is extremely loyal to the old ways of the Jedi, and is leader of the team, Rouge Troopers. Rex is strong, determined, and occasionaly funny.
Aviun: Also a clone, Aviun named himself after his old Jedi master, and has allot of respect for the old ones, but not the new ones. Aviun is a committed member of the team, but often gets into argumants with Rex.
Jervis: Jervis is the tech nerd of the group, and is also a clone. He named himself after his famous piece of technology: a computer virus that killed droids. Jervis is nerdy, and often nervous, but is important to the team.
Cav: Another clone, who named himself after his redgiment: Capability and Vigilance, a strike force for the Clones. Extremely loyal to Rex, and great with guns, Cav is a strong member of the team. Cav dies in the cave-in of the Rouge Troopers base in the last episode.
Dis: Named Dis by the rest of the clones because he never leaves the base (so the team always tells him to stop taking the "diss"), Dis is behind helping Rex plan all missions. Clever and arrogant, Dis loves to always be right, and the team likes him to be right aswell. Dis dies in the cave-in of the Rouge Troopers base in the last episode.
Open: Named Open for the fact that he rarely every opens his mouth to talk, Open is the outspoken clone of the team who often goes on the missions, but is usually not noticed. However, Open is a brilliant fighter, until he stops going on missions when Maledon and his men join the team.
Maledon: Maledon is another clone, who was never trained after he escaped Kamino. A brave warrior, and extremely clever, Maledon is known for taking the lead in tough situations.
Jedi Master Quane Lightway: Quane is the only person in the Rouge Troopers who can use a lightsaber and use the force, however, his calmness in all situations often annoys the team.
Talen: Another clone who joined the group with Maledon, Talen is known for his eagle like eyesight and his ability to shoot from miles away. Apart from that, Talen is extremely brave.
Claw: Claw is the tech nerd of the group which joined with Maledon, and as a result isn't needed on missions. However, his tech is extremely valuable to the team. Claw dies in the last episode in a cave-in of the Rouge Troopers base.
Force: Force is the last member in the Rouge Troopers, although he wasn't the last to join as he joned at the same time as Maledon. Force has his name because of his excellent punches, which make it look like he has used the force. Force is clever and funny, and gets on with Rex.
Darth Vader: Apprentice to Darth Sidius, Darth Vader is the well known evil face of the galaxy. In the series, he first appears before he becomes full cyborg in the second episode, but that changes later on.
Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedi master desperately sought out by Darth Vader, Obi-Wan is in hiding to look after Luke Skywalker, but still continues to fight secretly. His design is exactly the same as his one is in the Clone Wars.
Master Yoda: Yoda is also in hiding, and also occasionally joins the battle to fight the Sith, like when he teamed up with the Rouge Troupers to fight Kin Zedly. Yoda still looks the same.
Darth Vestrax: A Sith Lord trainer who wants all the power for himself, Vestrax trains younglings in the ways of the Dark side so that he can have his own army. Vestrax is a formidable enemy and i feared by the Rouge Troopers for this.
Kin Zedly: A force sensitive being who was trained in the ways of the dark side by Darth Vestrax, Kin Zedly has joined Darth Vader's side of the fight. Kin is extremely likable, which makes it easy for him to draw a crowd.
Alexin Geniosion: Apprentice to Sith Lord, Darth Vader, Alexin Geniosion does most of Vader's dirty work, and is the one who plays all of the tricks behind the scenes. The Rouge Troopers have faced Alexin only a few times, but he has proved himself to be a good fighter.
Cainan: Leader of the Reveridites, Cainan is extremely loyal to his cause: control of all the galaxy. Cainan poses as a threat to both Darth Vader, Darth Vestrax, and the Rouge Troopers as he refuses to ever let them get in his way.
General Fergie Ghurt: Ghurt is a General who follows Darth Vader, and is good friends with Turkin. Ghurt controls Vader's command fleet, and as a result, rarely ever meets the team face to face.
Jellin Sabier: Jellin is Darth Vestrax's current apprentice. A female who was found by Darth Vestrax on the realm of Nightcarve, Jellin is very layed back and overly confident, but somebody who shouldn't be underestimated.
Lavidor Crain: Crain is hired by Darth Vader to capture a group of Younglings who Vader believes to be Jedi but are actually Sith. Clever, and quick on his toes, Lavidor is difficult to go against even at his worst of times.
Cirell Indifil: Cirell is a young child who is fourteen years old and is being trained by Darth Vestrax to be his new apprentice when Jellin Sabier dies. Cirell is part of the Sith Younglings who are captured by Crain, and as a result, desperately wants revenge.
Darth Sidius: Darth Vader's master, Darth Sidius, is the evil leader of the galaxy. Although the team never meet him, they do wonder if he has forced Vestrax to turn against Vader to see who is the most worthy to be his apprentice.