The Malevolence has been revealed to the Republic. Anakin and Shadow Squad, accompanied by Ahsoka and Master Koon, launch an attack in their new long-range Y-wing bombers.
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The look of the Clone Wars-era Y-wing bombers stems directly from the design of the original Y-wing and speculation from Episode IV Visual Effects Art Director Joe Johnston that the Rebel Alliance Y-wing was a "chopped" version of an older craft. An earlier idea of a skinned or fully faired Y-wing appeared in the Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections book from DK, but that design differs from the final look of the Y-wing bombers seen in this episode, which more effectively bridges the design aesthetic of the prequel and original trilogies. See more
[referring to a giant Neebray closing in on them
That one looks hungry!
Nah, it's just smiling at you.
The Director's Cut includes the following changes, as well as some slight scene extensions: . In the Jedi cookie, the word 'themselves' is replaced with 'ego'. . After Anakin reveals the attack targets, the clones start to mumble. Anakin also asks if anyone has questions. . The Malevolence shoots a little longer at a ship. . A closer shot of battle is shown. . After the droid says that the last transporter has flown it adds that they scared them away. . After the shot of the escaping freighter, Grievous goes to the droids and says that they won't get far. . The curtain wipe transition to the Malevolence in hyperspace is changed to a fade. See more