Clone Force 99 Meets Gungi in This Official Clip from Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2
Clone Force 99 joins Wookiee Jedi Gungi on an unexpected mission to the planet Kashyyyk in this exclusive clip from Star Wars: The Bad Batch
Although the latest episode of The Bad Batch is already streaming on Disney+, Lucasfilm is eager to celebrate the return of its guest star. The lovable young Wookiee warrior Gungi. After the fall of the Jedi Order and the implementation of Order 66, Gungi’s fate was unknown. The young Wookiee warrior was last seen during the events of The Clone Wars fighting alongside Ahsoka Tano. But with her dispatched to Mandalore to liberate the capital from under Darth Maul’s rule, Gungi was stationed at the Jedi Temple when the purge began.
How he survived remains to be seen. But thankfully, he survived long enough to come into contact with Omega and The Bad Batch. Who were more than willing to return him to Kashyyyk. After a typical run-in with the Empire, of course! Check out the clip below.
Clone Force 99 joins Wookiee Jedi Gungi on an unexpected mission to the planet Kashyyyk in this exclusive clip from #TheBadBatch. Stream Season 2 of Star Wars: #TheBadBatch only on @DisneyPlus.
The latest episode hit the high notes with our reviewer Max Nocerino who praised it for its return to the glory days of the franchise. And the return of the Trandoshans only gained the episode more favor. Read his review here. And if you’re still craving a Star Wars fix, check out Gungi’s character poster here.
As mentioned above, the latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 is now streaming on Disney Plus. Jump to lightspeed and check it out now. Are you enjoying the new season so far? What are your highlights from the first six episodes? Sound off below and share your thoughts.
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