Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 7 Recap: Battle Scars

Today, Stars Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 7 dropped on Disney+ Hotstar. In the previous episode, Hunter and his team (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) and Omega (voiced by Michelle Ang) go to Corellia to carry out Cid’s (Rhea Perlman) mission concerning a tactical droid. They meet smugglers Rafa and Trace, also looking for the same droid. Hunter lets the duo take the droid, and the episode ends with the smugglers informing someone about the Clone Force 99’s whereabouts.

Today’s episode of the Star Wars’ series is titled Battle Scars. Created by Dave Filoni, today’s episode is directed by Saul Ruiz and written by Jennifer Corbett. The duration of the episode is 25 minutes. The description of the episode reads – As they traverse a decommissioned medical facility, the Batch encounters an unexpected threat.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 7 Recap consists of SPOILERS. So proceed if you are okay with the same. The episode starts with the Clone Force 99’s ship getting attacked in hyperspace. They have completed another mission for Cid and stole a lizard for one of her clients from Rhokai. When they return, Hunter argues with Cid over the little payment they get for carrying out her deadly mission.

The Bad Batch Episode 7 Recap: Battle Scars
The Bad Batch Episode 7 Recap: Battle Scars

Suddenly, the Bad Batch hears some aliens running out in fear. When Hunter and his clan sees who scared them, they are surprised to see one of their old acquaintance. The old acquaintance is Rex, the former captain of the and Commander Cody. He got to know about Hunter’s whereabouts from Trace and Rafa in episode 6.

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As Rex and Hunter engage in a conversation, Wrecker’s head starts paining again. When Rex finds out that the Bad Batch has not yet taken out their inhibitor chips, he almost attacks them. Rex tells them that they’re misunderstood if they think they can control the inhibitor chips. He tells them how dangerous it is and advises them to take it out. When the batch asks how to do it, he suggests them to meet him at Bracca.

Hunter, Tech, Echo, Wrecker and Omega travel to Bracca to met Rex, who takes them to a Jedi cruiser. Rex got his inhibitor chip removed there and wants the others to do the same. As they walk towards the cruiser, they spot two Scrapper Guild men patrolling nearby. Rex informs them that Scrapper Guild controls the entire planet. After some severe difficulties, they all finally make it inside the cruiser.

The Bad Batch Episode 7 Recap
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The Clone Force 99 decides to take out Wrecker’s inhibitor chip first. When Tech gets him ready for the procedure, Hunter and Rex have a conversation about Order 66 on Kaller. Hunter tells him that he helped the young Jedi padawan escape from the planet. The conversation suddenly triggers Wrecker, who is not the same anymore and gets angry. He mouths Crosshair’s words – Good Soldiers Follow Orders.

Wrecker attacks others for not following the order, including Omega. Will Hunter, Rex, Tech, Echo and Omega get control of Wrecker and take out the inhibitor chips? You will have to watch The Bad Batch Episode 7 for these answers. The ending directed at serious Empirical threats.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 7 Recap: Is it worth watching?

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 7 ‘Battle Scars’ is one of my favourite ones so far. It had more conversation and few action scenes. So far, we thought that Hunter and his clan had enemies outside. But their inhibitor chip also proved to be one of their biggest threats.

The Bad Batch Episode 7 is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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