The animation of the Jedi's cloaks left something to be desired, while the animation for the planet overall was solid. It is a little refreshing to see an episode with a slightly slower pace than usual, and had more focus on the character, particularly Ahsoka, Lux and Steela. The training scenes were done well done, except some of Anakin's dialogue was sub-par in a few of them. Although I wish I knew the trick to defeating the Droidekas in the Star Wars Battlefront video game, it would have really been useful.
The Battle Droids were as annoying and stupid as ever, I still cannot stand their voices. While I am not the biggest Ahsoka supporter, ever since the "Padawan Lost" and "Friends and Enemies" episodes, she has really started to grow on me and this episode did help in making her a better character.
The reference to the Rebels in the original Star Wars trilogy was cool. With the Jedi council questioning if training the Onderonians to be terrorists would be the best idea and the fact that Anakin himself suggested the idea worked very well. Near the end of the episode were Obi-Wan said that they could not help Onderonians fight their war, did not make a lot of sense at the time. The Jedi's life were endangered, then was not the time to test the Onderonians new skills. Also it should have given us some sense of time, because it appeared to only have taken place over a few days at the most.
Overall 7.8/10- While "A War on Two Fronts" may have lacked action, it served to set-up for next episodes in the story well and added character development.
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