Those responsible for Star Wars: The Bad Consignment talk about the origins of Omega and potential crossovers in the saga


Warning: This article contains spoilers for Season 1 of Star Wars: The Bad Batch.

Brad Rau and Jennifer Corbett, responsible for the series Star Wars: The bad consignment, have advance part of the content that we can enjoy in the future of the series.

In an interview with GamesRadar, Supervisor Brad Rau and Head Writer Jennifer Corbett have provided new details on what to expect in the new episodes of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, where the origins of Omega They will be very present.

“We will continue to learn about Omega’s background and the reasons why he was with [los clonadores] Nala Se and Lama Su on Kamino,” says Corbett.

Omega is a female clone of Jango Fett, making her the sister of Boba Fett. Will the young clone dare to look for her brother? Corbett has given a negative answer to this question: “Boba Fett’s location right now is a very different path than Omega’s. They’re on different journeys right now.”

In season 2 too we will be able to enjoy the close relationship between Omega and the Fuerza Clon 99 groupwho “don’t care what she is. All they know is that she’s their sister, their squad member, and she’s everything for them.”

Rau has pointed out that they had a lot of fun watching the members of Clone Force 99 play the role of Omega’s parents: “In the first season it was something new for them. Now that time has passed, we are seeing how they adapted to those roles as a group of parents.”

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Lastly, Rau has ensured that we will also be able to learn more about the final scene of the first seasonwhere Nala An Imperial scientist who wears the same uniform as Pershing, the doctor who appears in The Mandalorian: “That it’s not by chanceBut I don’t want to talk too much about what’s going on there.”

Star Wars Season 2: The Bad Batch will premiere on Disney+ on January 4, 2023.