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** What little description we get makes it sound like a house-sized mantis shrimp, which... [[KillerRabbit/RealLife well, fair enough.]]

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* MythologyGag: Several times throughout the story, most specifically as the location of the cantina where Vos and Obi-Wan meet-up, a specific level of Coruscant is mentioned. Which level? VideoGame/ThirteenThirteen.


** Quinlan Vos, a Kiffar, and Asaj Ventress, a Dathomiri Nightsister, fall in love with each other through the events of the novel.

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** Quinlan Vos, a Kiffar, and Asaj Asajj Ventress, a Dathomiri Nightsister, fall in love with each other through the events of the novel.


The plot of ''Dark Disciple'' is based on eight unproduced scripts written by Katie Lucas from ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' that were written but not animated before the installment was canceled. The eight scripts were divided into two four-episode arcs that would have been part of seasons 7 and 8 of the installment. The episode titles would have been "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path".

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The plot of ''Dark Disciple'' is based on eight unproduced scripts written by Katie Lucas from ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' that were written but not animated before the installment show was canceled. The eight scripts were divided into two four-episode arcs that would have been part of seasons 7 and 8 of the installment.show. The episode titles would have been "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path".


* ForgivenButNotForgotten: [[spoiler: At the end of the story, the Jedi Council has come to accept that Quinlan Vos has been redeemed, but that doesn't change the fact that he's caused so much irreparable damage - and the deaths of many, including his long-time friend Desh - while he was under the Dark Side's influence, and Vos is very much aware of this. As such, he's put under surveillance and rehabilitation to make sure he doesn't betray them again, especially when he goes to return Ventress's body to the Nightsister Fortress on Dathomir (a place strong with the Dark Side).]]

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* ForgivenButNotForgotten: [[spoiler: At the end of the story, the Jedi Council has come to accept that Quinlan Vos has been redeemed, but that doesn't change the fact that he's caused so much irreparable damage - and the deaths of many, including his long-time friend Desh - while he was under the Dark Side's influence, and Vos is very much aware of this. As such, he's put under surveillance and rehabilitation to make sure he doesn't betray them again, especially when he goes to return Ventress's body to the Nightsister Fortress on Dathomir (a ([[ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere a place strong with the Dark Side).Side]]).]]



** Quinlan Vos, a Kiffar, and Assaj Ventress, a Dathomiri Nightsister, fall in love with each other through the events of the novel.

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** Quinlan Vos, a Kiffar, and Assaj Asaj Ventress, a Dathomiri Nightsister, fall in love with each other through the events of the novel.



** Being a Force user herself, it's very obvious to Ventress that Vos is a Jedi despite the latter's early efforts to not pass as one.
** [[spoiler: After betraying them twice and still being under the Dark Side's influence despite turning away from it, the Jedi Council puts Vos on temporary probation and under surveillance even though they are willing to give him a second chance at redemption. They let him to go to Dathomir to return Ventress's body, but with Obi-Wan's supervision.]]

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** Being a Force user herself, it's very obvious to Ventress that Vos is a Jedi despite the latter's early Jedi. Despite his best efforts to not pass as one.
suppress his Force abilities, his inexplicably quick reflexes and surviving landings that would kill a normal person (especially in fight or flight situations) give him off.
** [[spoiler: After betraying them twice and still being under the Dark Side's influence despite turning having only recently turned away from it, the DarkSide of the Force, the Jedi Council puts Vos on temporary probation and under surveillance rehabilitation even though they are willing to give him a second chance at redemption. They let him to go to Dathomir to return Ventress's body, but with under Obi-Wan's supervision.supervision since [[ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere it's a known Dark Side hotspot]].]]


The plot of ''Dark Disciple'' is based on eight unproduced scripts written by Katie Lucas from ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' that were written but not animated before the installment was canceled. The eight scripts were divided into two four-episode arcs that would have been part of seasons 7 and 8 of the series. The episode titles would have been "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path".

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The plot of ''Dark Disciple'' is based on eight unproduced scripts written by Katie Lucas from ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' that were written but not animated before the installment was canceled. The eight scripts were divided into two four-episode arcs that would have been part of seasons 7 and 8 of the series.installment. The episode titles would have been "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path".



* DelinquentHair: Ventress has grown a mohawk since her last appearance on ''The Clone Wars''. In contrast to her brown hair in her TroubledBackStoryFlashback in the series, it's white-blonde in the novel; however, it is unclear which one is her original hair color and which one was dyed.

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* DelinquentHair: Ventress has grown a mohawk since her last appearance on ''The Clone Wars''. In contrast to her brown hair in her TroubledBackStoryFlashback in the series, installment, it's white-blonde in the novel; however, it is unclear which one is her original hair color and which one was dyed.


! Due to it's nature as a sequel, any spoilers regarding ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' will be left unmarked.

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! Due to it's its nature as a sequel, any spoilers regarding ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' will be left unmarked.


! Due to it's nature as a sequel, any spoilers regarding ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' will be left unmarked.



'''Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!'''


!Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!


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'''Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!'''


It was released on July 7, 2015.



* BookEnds: [[spoiler: Ventress dies on Christophsis, the same place she was chronologically first introduced in the new canon.]]

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* BookEnds: [[spoiler: Ventress dies on Christophsis, which is the same place planet where she was chronologically first introduced in the new canon.Canon.]]


!!Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!

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!!Due !Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!


!!Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked.

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!!Due to its nature as a sequel, spoilers for ''The Clone Wars'' will be left unmarked. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned!


The plot of ''Dark Disciple'' is based on eight unproduced scripts written by Katie Lucas from the ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars Clone Wars]]'' series that were written but not animated before the series was canceled. The eight scripts were divided into two four-episode arcs that would have been part of seasons 7 and 8 of the series. The episode titles would have been "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path".

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The plot of ''Dark Disciple'' is based on eight unproduced scripts written by Katie Lucas from the ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' series that were written but not animated before the series installment was canceled. The eight scripts were divided into two four-episode arcs that would have been part of seasons 7 and 8 of the series. The episode titles would have been "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path".


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* CaughtOnTape: Ventress lies to Vos, telling him that Count Dooku [[spoiler:killed his Jedi Master, Tholme]]. When Count Dooku [[spoiler:captures Vos, after hearing this from Vos, he plays a holorecording showing that it was Ventress who did the deed.]]
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* CaughtOnTape: Ventress lies to Vos, telling him that Count Dooku [[spoiler:killed his Jedi Master, Tholme]]. When Count Dooku [[spoiler:captures Vos, after hearing this from Vos, he plays a holorecording showing that it was Ventress who did the deed. It doesn't convince him because Dooku has falsified tapes in the past. Dooku, however, knows that Vos has the skill of psychometry, the ability to experience past events by touching an object, so he makes him touch Tholme's lightsaber.]]
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