As fans get ready for the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars dubbed 'The Lost Missions,' debuting in its entirety on Netflix March 7, LucasFilm has released the third clip from an unspecified episode. This scene focuses on a clone soldier becoming afflicted by a mysterious illness, which leads to Commander Rex and Fives (both voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) taking him back to Kamino, where these clones were created in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, for medical treatment. This scene also features General Shaak Ti (voiced by Grey DeLisle), who hints that Fives may be infected as well. Take a look at this new footage, then read on for more information about Season 6.

USA Today reports that four of these last 13 episode center on the discovery of the missing Jedi Syfo-Dyas' light saber, which re-starts the investigation into his whereabouts. Liam Neeson also returns to voice Qui-Gonn Jinn from Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, who tells Yoda (voiced by Tom Kane) to visit an ancient world filled with The Force to find the secrets of immortality. The series finale will focus on Yoda's journey to the Sith home planet Moraband.

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Fans can also relive the first five seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Netflix starting March 7, before delving into Season 6.