- Lucasfilm After the action-packed climax of Attack of the Clones and his prominent role in the 2003 animated series, it's hard for any Yoda fan to hear the words "Clone Wars" without getting giddy for more of everyone's favorite backwards-talker kicking serious butt.

From the 2003 series, we know that Yoda is made a Republican General and leads a series of vital rescue and attack missions.

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Obi-Wan is a vital player in the Star Wars mythos, and we're confident this new series will be provide much Obi-Wan goodness.

- Lucasfilm Seeing that Count Dooku played such a huge part in both Attack of the Clones and the 2003 animated series, it's safe to assume that this former Jedi-turned-Separatist leader and apprentice to Darth Sidious will once again serve as the series' most active villain.

What schemes are the two conspiring together for our Jedis to deal with?

We'll have to wait until the show airs to know for certain, but we can assume it involves lightsabers and Jedis getting FUBAR'd by 'em.

Either way, knowing what Anakin accomplishes during the crucial time period that this new series encompasses, we're confident that Anakin will play a huge role in the story's biggest action scenes and most important character pieces.

Expect to see the emotionally-conflicted Anakin continue to bump heads with his mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, as Anakin takes greater steps towards the dark side.

Alongside fellow Jedi Master Mace Windu, Yoda is bound to play a critical role in the series, a role that will see him wear a variety of hats, such as that of spiritual, political and military leader. - Lucasfilm As the Jedi master who leads the Republic's forces in Episdode II's Battle of Geonosis, Mace Windu seems poised make a huge impact in this new series.

Windu prides himself as not only an incredible warrior (with or without his lightsaber, but also as a diplomat.

It should be fascinating to watch this character deal with these conflicting sides of his personality as the Clone Wars rage on to the point of no return.

- Lucasfilm Queen Amidala promises to be one of the most versatile characters in the new animated series, largely because she plays several key roles in the saga: Republican Diplomat, secret wife to Anakin Skywalker and occasional participant in some sort of action.

Such a dark turn of events would make for something recent Wars exploits have lacked: Very compelling drama.