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19, Padmé Meets Anakin, 2, Qui-Gon And Darth Maul Meet, . N-N After The Victory; 7m1A Qui-Gon's Funeral; 7m2 Joe/Randy; 7m2 Joe/Randy 1. Darth Maul was cut in half at the end of The Phantom Menace, but is story since gone on to appear in other movies like X-Men and G.I. Joe. Traveling to Dathomir, he intends to meet with Mother Talzin to In their second showdown, he duels with both Qui Gon and Obi-Wan during the battle of Naboo. It plays most prominently in the film when Qui-Gon is dueling Darth Maul on Tatooine. piece followed by a mellow variation in "Qui-Gon and Darth Maul Meet", and as a lament in "The Tide Turns/The Death of Darth Maul", Joseph Williams.
After several days, they are found close to death by the Death Watch Mandalorian warriors, led by Pre Vizsla, who gives Maul a new set of legs and Opress a new mechanical arm.
Maul offers Vizsla the chance to reclaim Mandalore by recruiting the Black Sun and Pyke crime families and Jabba the Hutt 's minions to create the criminal syndicate named The Shadow Collective.
From there, Maul engineers Vizsla's rise to power: Vizsla betrays Maul, imprisoning both Savage and him. Easily breaking free, Maul challenges Vizsla to a duel to take over the Death Watch and Mandalore; he succeeds in killing Vizsla and then claims his former co-conspirator's darksaber.
Maul then puts the disgraced former prime minister Almec, whom Satine had imprisoned for corruption, in power as a puppet leader, solidifying his control over Mandalore. Maul then anticipates Satine being broken out of prison and her attempt to contact the Jedi Council as part of his plan to get Obi-Wan to Mandalore. Once Obi-Wan arrives and attempts to rescue Satine, Maul captures him and exacts revenge on the Jedi by murdering Satine right in front of him, hoping to make the Jedi suffer as much as he once did.
Maul senses Darth Sidious arriving on Mandalore. Although impressed with his former apprentice's survival, Sidious declares Maul a rival and uses the Force to push and choke him and Opress.
He then engages them both in lightsaber combat, fatally injuring Opress. After Opress dies from his wounds, Sidious reminds Maul of the Rule of Twoand tells him that he has been replaced.
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Enraged, Maul pulls out both his lightsaber and darksaber [ clarification needed ] and proceeds to fight Sidious on equal ground, but Sidious ultimately defeats him. Maul pleads for mercy, but Sidious ignores him and tortures him with blasts of Force lightning. Sidious reveals that he has no intention of killing Maul, remarking that he has other uses for his former apprentice.
Tracked by an Inquisitor named the Eighth Brother, Maul is stranded on the ancient Sith world of Malachor, where he is discovered by series protagonist Ezra Bridger among the ruins.
Introducing himself as "Old Master" and seeking revenge against Sidious, Maul leads Ezra into an ancient Sith temple, where they discover a holocron that Maul claims can give them the knowledge needed to defeat the Sith. They also find the Fifth Brother and the Seventh Sister, who have been pursuing the Rebels for some time.
Maul — having cast aside the title of Darth — then reveals a new lightsaber disguised as a walking stick and joins the Jedi in battling their enemies. After the Inquisitors retreat, Maul wins the Jedi's trust by denouncing the Sith, and tells them that he cannot defeat Darth Vader on his own.
Working together, he and the Jedi ascend towards the top of the Sith temple and successfully kill all three Inquisitors. It is then that Maul reveals his intention to take Ezra as his apprentice, having already tricked him into activating the temple. After blinding Kanan, Maul briefly duels Ahsoka before facing Kanan again, only to be knocked off the temple's edge. Months after the events on Malachor, Maul once again reveals himself to the Jedi as he takes the Ghost's crew hostage.
He threatens to kill them unless Kanan and Ezra bring both the Sith and Jedi holocrons to him.
Despite an attempt by the Rebels to escape, Maul successfully recaptures them and takes them to a remote base in the Outer Rim where he awaits the arrival of the Jedi.
After they arrive, the holocrons are hazardously united allowing Ezra and Maul to see visions of their desires: Ezra sees images of a way to destroy the Sith, images including "twin suns", while Maul sees a vision of his own.
Kanan begs Ezra to look away before he sees something he doesn't want to while Maul tells him to ignore Kanan and keep looking.
Ezra heeds his master's words and breaks off the connection, which causes a great explosion. Maul escapes in the confusion, uttering, "He lives. He tells Ezra that because the connection was severed, they got bits and pieces of each other's visions.
With the holocrons destroyed from the events of their previous meeting, Maul discovered another way to get the information he needed. With Ezra he travels to Dathomirformer home of the Night Sisters, and recreates one of their spells to temporarily meld his and Ezra's minds. After the spell is completed Ezra, who was still looking for a way to destroy the Sith, and Maul realize they are both looking for Obi-Wan Kenobi.
In the episode "Twin Suns", Maul is shown lost on Tatooine. He decides to use Ezra to lure Obi-Wan out of hiding. During their confrontation, Maul deduces that Obi-Wan is not only hiding, but is protecting someone.
In a swift duel, Obi-Wan fatally wounds Maul. Maul declares that this "Chosen One" will avenge them, and dies.
Son of Dathomir based on the scripts and storyboards of an unproduced 4-episode story arc intended for The Clone Wars Season 6. However, he is followed there by General Grievous and his droids, who then battle with Maul and the Mandalorians. While they put up a fierce fight, Maul and his minions are ultimately overwhelmed by the droids. During the battle, Maul tears through the droid ranks and attacks Grievous, but is overpowered and forced to retreat.
Afterwards, Maul confers with Mother Talzin revealed to be his biological mother and plots to draw out Sidious by capturing Dooku and General Grievous. The scheme works, and Talzin is able to restore herself to her physical form, but she sacrifices herself to save Maul. Although Maul escapes with a company of loyal Mandalorians, the Shadow Collective has fallen apart due to the conflict with Sidious, as the Hutts, Pykes, and Black Sun have all abandoned Maul.
Ahsoka[ edit ] In flashbacks during the novel Star Wars: Ahsokait is revealed that during the final days of the Clone Wars, Maul and his forces were besieged on Mandalore by an army of clone troopers led by Ahsoka Tano and Captain Rex. During the siege, Maul confronts and duels Ahsoka, and though he proves to be the stronger fighter, the former Jedi outwits him and traps him in a ray shield. The Temple was, in fact, a battle station, and he would use it for revenge on all his enemies, while making Ezra his new apprentice.
Maul took the first opportunity to betray the Jedi, blinding Kanan with a merciless lightsaber strike to the eyes. Kanan was not killed, however, and returned to fight Maul off. The Zabrak escaped the planet in a stolen Inquisitor ship, readying his next move. Maul was not finished with Ezra. He returned, tracking the Padawan and his rebel friends to their ship, the Ghost. Maul took the crew hostage, forcing Bridger to unlock and combine his Jedi holocron with the Sith artifact recovered on Malachor.
Both saw visions as a result of the ritual, including a planet with twin suns. Following the rite, Maul absconded to his ship, muttering "He lives! As a result of the ritual, Maul and Ezra became psychically linked.
Ezra suffered aural hallucinations and saw visions of Maul, almost killing a rebel officer during one imagined attack.
It was prophetic, however, as Maul had arrived at the rebel base on Atollon. He came to recruit the Padawan for another ritual, one that would finally reveal the answers they seek. Begrudgingly, the boy and his friends went with Maul to Dathomirwhere Nightsister magick gifted them the knowledge that Obi-Wan Kenobi was alive, and he was on Tatooine.
Finally, Maul was close to his revenge. He went to Tatooine in search of Kenobi, but wandered the sands hopelessly.
Then the answer came to him: Maul manipulated Bridger into coming to Tatooine, subtley directing Ezra into the path of Tusken Raiders and the furthest reaches of Tatooine desert. Indeed, Kenobi found the boy, and in turn, Maul found Kenobi. He confronted the Jedi Master in the dead of night, ready for his final revenge.
Kenobi sent Bridger away with directions to return home -- he would deal with Maul. Quickly, Maul deduced that Obi-Wan would not be hiding on this planet for no reason; no, he was protecting something -- or someone.