The Ahsoka arc i.e. Sabotage, The Jedi Who Knew Too Much, To Catch a Jedi and The Wrong Jedi was probably its finest for me, in the sense that it was the culmination of Ahsoka's story, which was central to the show. The Maul arc from Brothers to The Lawless would be second to that.
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I enjoyed the Mortis arc because it showed us that there is SO much more to the force(in the cosmic sense) than we'd ever dreamed of. It also helped solidify Anakin's role as the Chosen One, and a bonafide force-God. It was just so much different than any other story that I couldn't help but love it.
But in terms of pure storytelling, the Ahsoka arc is hard to beat. I still prefer the Yoda arc from S6, but that's just personal preference.
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The Mortis Arc for me.
The two runner ups are the Maul/Mandalore Arc, and the Yoda's Spiritual Journey Arc.
Shadilay my brothers and sisters. With any luck we will throw off the shackles of normie oppression. We have nothing to lose but our chains! Praise Kek!
THE MOTTO IS "IN KEK WE TRUST"
I can't really think of any arcs that a total SW n00b(that is to say: someone brand new to the entire mythos) could just randomly hop-into, and adequately grasp/comprehend. They'd certainly be able to enjoy the self-contained action/storytelling of the episode(s) themselves, but the overall plot just wouldn't resonate with them the same way it would for someone more familiar with the characters/franchise.
For example: if said n00b had no clue who Palpatine, Maul and Savage were going in, they certainly wouldn't be able to appreciate the sheer excellence of The Lawless the same way myself and Tempest did. Etc.
Just my opinion.
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