It's Wednesday once again and that means time for another episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2. Not surprisingly, Clone Force 99 are still determined to get their ship back after it was stolen in the previous episode. But who took the Marauder in the first place? Episode 10 has revealed the thief who took the Batch's home and exposed a shocking side of the galaxy.
In Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 10, the team tried to track the Marauder by tracking their droid Gonky. It is then revealed that the ship had been stolen by a boy named Benni who takes it to his employer Mokko who has taken over the territory that was once run by the Techno Union. He immediately realizes that the ship isn't owned by mere ipsium miners and orders his men to strip it. As a reward, he gives Gonky to Benni.
It doesn't take long before Omega tracks Gonky and the Bad Batch quickly finds Benni, demanding that he give them back their ship. The boy reluctantly agrees and when they find the Marauder, they discover it has been dismantled. While Tech, Hunter, and Wrecker work to restore the hyperdrive, Omega goes with Benni to shut off the ray shield so they can escape.
As Omega works on disabling the ray shield, she discovers Mokko's profit reports and informs Benni that Mokko has lied about the ipsium degrading. However, the information comes too late as Benni had already called Mokko who captures Omega and goes after the rest of the Bad Batch.
Although Mokko initially has the upper hand, Benni reveals to the other miners what Mokko has been doing. The miners immediately turn against him and he falls to his death.
Mokko's crew soon return everything they had taken from the Marauder and the miners decide to continue their work, this time with everyone getting an equal share of the profits. Reunited with their ship, the Bad Batch set off to return to Cid.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 10 is now streaming on Disney+.
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