March 29, 2014 in Episode Guides, The Clone Wars by Firebird

#119 The Lost Missions (aka Season 6) Episode 11

“Madness can sometimes be the path to truth.”


Yoda is deeply unsettled when he hears something from beyond the grave: the voice of Qui-Gon Jinn. Knowing that it is impossible for a Jedi to retain his identity after death, the Jedi Council begins to worry that Yoda may be corrupted by the influence of the dark side. Determined to find answers, Yoda escapes the Jedi Temple to follow the disembodied voice.

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Original ‘Airdate’ (Netflix US): 7 March 2014

Writer: Christian Taylor

Director: Danny Keller

Concept Art and Trivia


Composer Kevin Kiner makes effective use of Qui-Gon’s theme (first heard in Episode I) and Yoda’s theme (from Episode V) at key moments in this episode.


While contemplating the mystery of Qui-Gon’s voice, Yoda asks Anakin about the incident on Mortis, seen in Season Three of the series. It is important to note that, although sensors indicate no time had passed while the Jedi ventured into Mortis, and some of Anakin’s visions experienced there were erased, the mysterious event did happen, and Obi-Wan, Ahsoka, and Anakin did report their encounters to the Jedi Council.


During the communal meditation scene, the Jedi Council chamber was based in the center spire of the Jedi Temple, as opposed to one of the outer spires as seen in Episode I and other episodes.

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The design of Rig Nema is based on early Episode I concept art of Jedi Mace Windu. Doctor Rig Nema illustration by Hyunwoo Lim (dated January 5, 2012).


Clear in Yoda’s visions is the confrontation between Sidious and the Jedi who attempted to arrest the Supreme Chancellor, including the electrocution of Mace. Also visible is the death of Shaak Ti by Anakin Skywalker’s blade, a scene shot but ultimately edited out of Revenge of the Sith.


Jedi Temple exterior illustration by Kilian Plunkett (dated April 27, 2012).


Yoda’s Jedi interceptor illustration by Will Nichols (dated January 2012).


Dagobah illustration by Chris Glenn (dated January 6, 2012).