Summer Of Star Wars | Grievous on the Offensive
Grievous is back with a vengeance. It’s like he’s trying to make up for his past failures.
You know Grievous did this to himself and he isn’t making it better. He gets back to his A game and the first thing he does is to taunt the Jedi… Yup here come the main characters ya gonna lose again.
A clone he abandoned his duties after watching his brothers killed. Who could blame him?
She’s the wife of Cut and mother to his adopted children. That’s right he isn’t blood related. And that also means Suu lost him sometime before she met Cut.
Suu’s daughter and as always an adorable little kid.
Suu’s son and ditto my comment on his sister.
Season 2 Episode 9
This episode starts off with Grievous taunting the Jedi by torturing Jedi Master Eeth Koth in front of them. This causes them to send Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Adi Gallia to rescue Koth and to try and capture Grievous in the process. Grievous is expecting an attack and has planned for them to try but in the end his plan falls apart And the Jedi save Koth while Grievous ends up crashing on Saleucami.
Season 2 Episode 10
With Obi-Wan’s forces looking for Grievous Rex takes center stage. He’s leading one of the search parties until he gets sniped and can’t travel. He gets put up by a Twi’lek woman and her Clone husband Cut. Meanwhile Obi-Wan fails to catch Grievous but he does get close. Cut’s adopted kids accidentally awaken some commando droids forcing Rex and Cut to work together to save the family. In the ed Rex chooses not to turn in Cut.
Basic Character Analysis: Cut Lawquane
He saw the horrors of war and ran away to have a family. As far as I know we never hear of or see him again so it’s likely that he lived through The Empire with his family. A clone giving up fighting the war is an interesting concept specially seeing how they where made to follow orders. Although, Suu did seem strong willed.
Random Fun Fact: Eeth Koth’s Death
Koth actually does live to have a family after becoming a simple priest. But that doesn’t last long. Not long after his child is born Vader comes a callen… I don’t think I have to say anything else.
He kept Grievous busy during the rescue of Koth. He’s still leages from being the Obi that kills Grievous so I gotta give him props.
So yeah, the first real attempt to capture Grievous is a colossal failure. It makes sense though he doesn’t die until Revenge of The Sith. And Anakin and Obi-Wan aren’t good enough to take him down solo yet. Anyway, those are my thoughts. Until next time, Keep It Classy.