The Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 11 Brings Back Important Kaminoans

It's Bad Batch Wednesday and things are clearly not the same between Cid and Clone Force 99. Still, they agree to go on another mission and accidentally uncover a major conspiracy. In addition to that, Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 11 finally brought back some important Kaminoans who managed to survive Tipoca City but are in no way safe from the dangers of the Galactic Empire.

In The Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 11, Clone Force 99 confronts Cid for failing to send transport in the previous episode. Still, they agree to take a mission of gathering cargo from a ship that crashed nearby.

The said ship isn't just any random one as it turns out to be of great importance to one Doctor Hemlock, who arrives on Tantiss to try and convince Nala Se to work for the Galactic Empire. She refuses and Hemlock turns his attention to retrieving "the asset" from the ship.

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The ship is revealed to have a Kaminoan cloning lab and the "asset" turns out to be a creature that feeds on energy and has slaughtered the crew of the ship. Although the Bad Batch manages to evade it, it escapes and heads for a nearby village's power source. Hunter and Wrecker try to kill it but are immediately attacked by Imperial ships who capture the beast.

Once reunited, the Bad Batch deduces that the creature is a Zillo Beast similar to the one that got loose on Coruscant and Tech learns that Palpatine has been keeping tabs on it even before he became the Emperor. Hunter tells Tech to send the information to Captain Rex and Echo.

Meanwhile, the Zillo Beast is brought to Tantiss in time for Hemlock to meet with former Kaminoan Prime Minister Lama Su who informs him that the best way to control Nala Se is to capture Omega.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 11 is now streaming on Disney+.

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