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Images From Star Wars: The Clone Wars “Gone With A Trace” Released

StarWars.com has revealed the first images from this Fridays episode of The Clone Wars, “Gone With A Trace”.

The episode carries the following description:

After leaving the Jedi Order, Ahsoka Tano finds herself in the underworld of Coruscant where she befriends aspiring pilot Trace Martez. Enlisted by Trace’s sister Rafa to help build dangerous droids, Ahsoka opts to keep her Jedi past a secret in “Gone With a Trace,” an all-new episode of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” this Friday, March 20th on Disney+.

A trailer showing the first look at the episode has also been released.

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