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Sidious tells Maul to kill them, for he has no use for what he sees as failures. Maul instead orders Grievous to be taken into custody. As he does so, the Jedi begin their approach towards the outpost, and Tiplee fears that Kenobi will be unable to keep his emotions under control; Maul killed Satine Kryze , the Duchess of Mandalore and a close personal friend of Kenobi's. Kenobi assures his fellow Jedi that he will not fail. As the Republic approaches, Maul offers Dooku a choice: Mother Talzin appears in a cloud of magic smoke and reveals that she too was once betrayed by Darth Sidious—and that Darth Maul is her son.
As Talzin explains, Sidious is even now working to find a new apprentice. The Republic assault on the outpost begins, and the Republic ships make their way through Gauntlet fighter fire towards the base.
Grievous uses the chaos to make it to an escape pod, while Dooku agrees to join Maul and fight against Kenobi's boarding party. They engage in a lightsaber duel, which is joined by Windu and Secura. Dooku kills Tiplee, while the Mandalorians shoot a small missile towards the Jedi, incapacitating them.
This gives Maul and Dooku time to escape.
In the aftermath of the battle, Windu contacts Palpatine and informs him of what happened. The Jedi Master also speculates that the battle proves Dooku is the Sith Master, an incorrect assessment that Palpatine, the true Dark Lord, allows the Jedi to believe.
Having lost the moon of Zanbar and the planet Ord Mantell —as well as the supply outpost—in their fights against the Sith, the two allies have become worried that Maul's plan is failing and that the fight has become the former Sith Lord's personal vendetta against his old master.
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Maul assures them that they will be paid, and that, once Darth Sidious is dead, the galaxy will belong to the Shadow Collective. Meanwhile, Maul tells Dooku that he knows the Sith Lord is not truly an ally, and that Dooku has been told by Sidious to play Maul's game. Maul then has Dooku taken into custody by Rook Kast.
Once on Dathomir, Maul speaks to Brother Viscus , who survived his encounter with Count Dooku during the battle on Ord Mantell , and Viscus tells Maul that the preparations had been made for the next phase of their plan.
The Nightbrothers take Dooku before Mother Talzin , who appears in a cloud of smoke and begins to unleash a magick attack against the Sith Lord. Sidious orders Grievous to jam the Dathomirian communications and cloak the ship, allowing them to arrive on Dathomir undetected.
Maul and the Nightbrothers do not see the ship coming and continue with their plan, as Talzin uses her magic to draw the life force from Dooku so she can use it to physically manifest herself again. As Maul explains, Talzin's physical return requires a great sacrifice, and they had chosen Dooku to make that sacrifice.
As the process continues, an explosion rips through the area, and Grievous and Sidious appear before Maul to confront him. Sidious reminds his former apprentice that there is only one plan that matters: As they speak, Moj and Pykes contacts Kast, informing her that the Separatist armies have begun attacking them.
The Shadow Collective allies demand to know where Maul is, but Kast says that his not their concern and that they are to fight the Separatists. Sidious quickly gains the upper-hand against Talzin, demanding that she release his apprentice. Sidious bombards Dooku's body with Force lightning before Talzin releases Dooku and appears in physical form once again.
Kast, meanwhile, continues speaking with Black Sun and the Pykes, who inform her that they are pulling out of the Shadow Collective, leaving Maul on his own as a Separatist fleet emerges from hyperspace over Dathomir. Maul continues his fight against Grievous, pushing him out of and away from the battle.
Sidious once again unleashes lightning against Talzin, while Talzin herself sends a torrent of magical energy towards the Dark Lord. Maul pleads with Talzin to take his strength, but, as Dooku enters the fight with his own lightning attacks, Talzin tells her son to retreat without her, even if it means her own doom. Talzin uses her magic to telekinetically throw Maul from the fray, and he is pulled away by Kast and another Mandalorian warrior—but watches as Grievous returns and uses two lightsabers to fatally stab Talzin through the chest.
Sidious, Dooku, and Grievous overlook Talzin's body, while Dooku regretfully says that Maul has once again escaped. Sidious is not concerned, however, as everything transpired as he had intended. Maul's future as a Sith rival has been destroyed, while the Sith have taken another step in securing their own future.
He was believed to have been killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Battle of Naboo ,  but survived his encounter and returned to galactic prominence during the Clone Wars  over ten years later. Sidious and Count Dooku allow Maul to escape, hoping that he will lead them to Mother Talzin, leader of the Nightsisters, so she can be destroyed.
The two put a plan in place to capture the two Separatist leaders, which sparks a battle on Ord Mantell and the capture of Count Dooku and General Grievous.
The two fight off a Republic and Jedi assault on a Mandalorian asteroid outpost, where Maul again comes face-to-face with Kenobi,  before leaving and making their way to Dathomir. Maul escorts his Sith Lord prisoner to Dathomir, where Talzin takes over Dooku's body and absorbs enough life energy to resurrect herself. However, Sidious and Grievous arrive and overwhelm Maul and Talzin, and she sacrifices herself to allow her son to escape. Mother Talzin is a Dathomir witch, the leader of the Nightsisters,  and the mother of Darth Maul.
Sidious and Grievous arrive to carry out Talzin's execution and a battle ensues, with Talzin giving her life to save Maul.
Sidious personally enters the fray and fights Darth Maul and the newly-revived Mother Talzin on Dathomir, and with Dooku and Grievous' aid is able to destroy her, though Maul is able to flee.
Dooku allows Maul to escape from Stygeon Prime, to be followed by General Grievous and the Separatist Droid Army, all in the hopes that weakening Maul's forces in a battle on Zanbar would lead the renegade Sith Lord to Mother Talzin so she could be lured out of hiding.
It was there that Maul captured the two Separatists leaders. Dooku was freed when Talzin's body reformed, and he joined his master's assault against her, allowing Grievous to finally kill the witch. Dooku then apologized for Maul's escape, but his Master dismissed the former Sith Lord as a threat.
During the battle on the planet, Grievous and Dooku were captured  and brought to the Mandalorian asteroid outpost.
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Grievous was taken into custody,  while Dooku feigned  an alliance with Maul. After the Republic and Jedi assaulted the outpost, Grievous fought his way out of custody and escaped from the asteroid base. As Sidious and Dooku assaulted Talzin with a barrage of Force lightning , Grievous used the opportunity to impale and kill her.
Tiplee is concerned about Kenobi's mental state—Maul murdered Mandalore's Duchess Satine Kryze, a close personal friend of Kenobi's—but he is determined to carry the mission out. He comes face to face with Maul again on the asteroid base, but Maul and his forces are able to escape, leaving Kenobi and his team behind.
Son of Dathomir was initially conceived as four episodes of the television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. There were four finished scripts that ultimately became Son of Dathomir ,  and those scripts were written for what was intended to be a full seventh season of the show, had it been ordered by the network.
Once the episodes were written, they continued through the production process. The team on The Clone Wars did some design work for the episodes, and those designs, as well as the stories and characters from the scripts, were incorporated into the comic miniseries itself. Dave Filoni, the show's supervising director, helped develop the story of the four episodes that became Son of Dathomir.
Dave Filoni , the show's supervising director, stated that he thought an adaptation would be a great idea. Not only would it allow Lucasfilm to continue telling unfinished stories from The Clone Wars , but Filoni also knew that Dark Horse Comics had done great work on Star Wars in the past and would be well-suited to adapting the episodes. Filoni turned over the design and story work for the episodes to Dark Horse, which would allow them to create, in Filoni's words, "an accurate representation of what [the production team] were planning for the show.
Writer Jeremy Barlow was brought on to adapt the episodes into comic book form,  with art provided by penciller Juan Frigeri , inker Mauro Vargas , colorist Wes Dzioba , and cover artist Chris Scalf.
Because it was an adaptation of pre-written scripts, Barlow's work required, in his words, "sharp editing skills" and "judicious choices" in order to "keep as much of the screenplays intact as possible while still giving the comics their own exciting and natural flow.
According to Star Wars Insider , a creature called the shatterax was set to appear in Son of Dathomir. The Insider article, written by Daniel Wallace , was based on rough story notes that he had received for the comic. The first issue of the comic was released on May 21 , ,  with the second and third issues being released on June 18 ,  and July 16 , ,  respectively. The fourth and final issue was released on August 20 , The publisher's summary incorrectly stated that the script was based on episodes from the "sixth" broadcast season of The Clone Wars series, when this was in fact referring to the sixth "production season".
Had the episodes been produced they would have become part of the seventh season. Son of Dathomir makes extensive references to numerous different episodes of The Clone Wars , most of which involved Darth Maul. The events of the final three on-screen appearances of Darth Maul—" Eminence ," " Shades of Reason ," and " The Lawless "—served as the backstory for the comic, and the consequences of those episodes, including Maul's capture on Mandalore, played out in the comic miniseries.
Now having won a major victory against his enemies, Maul advances his plan for the final destruction of his former master, Darth Sidious… Plot summary Edit Mace Windu investigates the aftermath of the battle on Ord Mantell.
Windu suspects that the Galactic Republic can use this information to capture Maul and Dooku, and use their capture to end the Clone Wars.
The Jedi continue their investigation in Ord Mantell City. They discover a Death Watch helmet, confirming their intelligence that Mandalore had allied with Darth Maul. Fearing that Mandalore could fall to the Separatists, Kenobi and Tiplee launched an investigation of Vizsla Keep 09 where the Jedi suspected Maul was hiding.
On the outpost, Maul contacts Darth Sidious via hologram and informs him that Dooku and Grievous have been captured. Sidious tells Maul to kill them, for the Dark Lord of the Sith has no use for what he sees as failures. Rather than kill them outright, Maul orders Grievous to be taken to the brig. Meanwhile, the Jedi begin their approach towards the outpost, and Tiplee fears that Kenobi will be unable to keep his emotions under control; Maul killed Satine Kryze , the Duchess of Mandalore and a close personal friend of Kenobi's.
Kenobi assures his fellow Jedi that he will not fail. As the Republic approaches, Maul offers Dooku a choice: join Maul or die. They were both betrayed by Sidious, so Maul believes they can be allies. Mother Talzin appears in a cloud of magick smoke, and reveals that she too was once betrayed by Darth Sidious—and that Darth Maul is her son.As Talzin explains, Sidious is even now working to find a new apprentice. Maul's future as a Sith rival has been destroyed, while the Sith have taken another step in securing their own future.
Maul escapes in the chaos and orders his surviving forces to retreat.
Science fiction. This is the only Star Wars comic published by Dark Horse Comics to remain canon following the purge of the previously existing Expanded Universe. Mother Talzin and Maul attempt to sway Count Dooku to their cause, revealing surprising facts about Maul's past.
Maul assures them that they will be paid, and that, once Darth Sidious is dead, the galaxy will belong to the Shadow Collective. He and Mandalorian warriors board the Separatist command ship and take General Grievous into custody, and they force the Kaleesh cyborg to disable all battle droids on the surface.