So inspired by the One Canon idea, I thought I'd do my own edition. This is based on how I think the Disney Timeline came to be and the overall resulting effects that happen to the Star Wars universe as a result of the point of divergence. It begins with Meetra Surik AKA the Jedi Exile accepting Kreia's proposal, essentially agreeing to succeed her and rule the Sith Empire, becoming the new Darth Traya. In this, Surik would have gone down the Sith path, slaughtering the Jedi Masters herself. With that, a new Sith Order is founded made out of Surik's original crew alongside the remains of the Sith Empire that Nihilus, Sion and the first Darth Traya ran. As a Sith, Meetra Surik never goes to find and save Revan and instead wages war on the Republic and the remaining Jedi, however the Sith Military is still weak so while they have the advantage of having more Force Users than the Republic, they're still not capable of entirely crushing it. Revan continues with his original plan, as Surik's Sith Empire wages war on the Republic, he manages to corrupt Vitiate's mind but in a good way, this results him into turning into more of a Valkorion earlier. He's not on Zakuul though, so eventually he's cut down by his Sith who go on to join the bigger Sith Empire. At some point, Meetra Surik is slain, but her turn to the Dark Side have ripple effects that echo throughout Galactic history. The Jedi aren't reformed by her, obviously, so their return to strength comes in a different way. Instead of it being the Lost Jedi, her crew, that pioneer the recreation of the Jedi Order, its regional enclaves that survived. The Corellian Jedi being one example. They regroup in planets in the Eastern Galaxy to recuperate and rebuild themselves, founding a colony and Temple on the planets that would later be known as Jedha and Achch-To. Because the archives on Telos are never found after the Atris thing, a lot of knowledge is lost. Some think the Jedi Order never really came to be until it was founded on Jedha, some even think the first 'Dark Jedi who turned on the Order to found the Sith' is Meetra Surik herself. Even more knowledge is lost as instead of a huge pause inbetween the events of KOTOR2 and SWTOR, there's ongoing massive warfare between the Sith rampaging around the Galaxy, the Jedi trying to rebuild themselves and the Republic holding on to dear life. This results in things like synthetic lightsaber crystal creation being lost. Instead as a mirror to the Jedi in Legends, the Sith in New Canon take the crystals of fallen Jedi and 'bleed' them into being red, not knowing how that tradition of red lightsabers actually originated. Speaking on crystals, they eventually get named 'kyber' crystals and with a more prominent warfare between Jedi and Sith, they are found on a lot more planets and tend to be used as resources in place of other resources that would be used in Legends. This could be the case of Jedi growing crystals on more worlds as they reestablish themselves, and then the Sith going to 'bleed' them. They become so prominent that the name tends to be used for a lot of types of crystals that would get different classification in Legends. So the war between Republic and Sith continues, ripple effect results in some Sith villains being different across the centuries while others stay the same. Eventually they take over Coruscant, which would later be liberated. The Scourge of Malachor either happens as this universe's Ruusan and something akin to the Thought Bomb happens there, or it happens way back with Surik's death, maybe she tries to make a ritual against the Force itself and fails, being stopped by both Jedi and her own Sith. Either's a possibility. An equivalent of the Ruusan Reformation happens, but is differently named. Darth Bane still creates the Rule of Two, but maybe under different circumstances. From then on, some Banite Sith could be the same, some different. Plagueis and Palpatine are ones that largely stay the same, I'd imagine. Things up to Episode 1 stay the same, but the situation on worlds is... different. Maybe some battle on Ryloth is avoided, so its less of a sand world, maybe Kessel was never the victim of a Base Delta Zero. Lothal is settled, but in Legends it isn't. Tarkin's Militarists might be around, but so are some proto-Populists that start getting vocal around the time Dooku leaves the Jedi Order and goes into politics. Unlike in Legends, where Dooku is directly in on the Palpatine Grand Plan of him eventually selling out the CIS, here he actually believes in it. He spreads pamphlets, propaganda, I'm aware this happens to the Legends CIS too, but here the difference is Dooku is actually dedicated to it and is with Palpatine with the intention to betray him at the end, rather than the other way around. So this is a different Confederacy we have by the time of the Clone Wars. On the outside? Looks about the same, but in reality it doesn't commit as many atrocities because Dooku actually is fighting to win, even if he hides it from Sheev. Events of TCW happen in both timelines, but ONLY they happen in the Disney mirror timeline, along with the other NuCanon comics set in the era. And this is a longshot, but to add to the 'different' Confederacy, what if General Grievous is NOT Qymaen jai Sheelal here? He is never stated as being him. Going ONLY by TCW, his backstory seems different, he could be the NuCanon Bentilais san Sk'ar, so the 'General Grievous' here is less of a terror weapon. Still an effective military commander, but also less the face of the Confederacy. Additionally, people like Durge are never recruited, Cad Bane replaces them as the Confederacy's chief Bounty Hunter. There's less of an obvious reign of terror ongoing, so the Separatist Movement actually stays as an alternative to a central government ran from Coruscant. And this is another reason why the Empire is so short-lived in Nu-Canon. The Republic's militaristic past of conquest and expansion isn't as long, the Pius Dea and the early Republic days are vague legends due to information being lost from the First Jedi Purge that was continued by Meetra Surik. From then on, the Republic's history is more of defense against the Sith. Without the idea of the CIS being discredited, the Empire has less staying power, and this idea continues into the more decentralized New Republic along with the two new neo-Separatists we hear about, the Confederacy of Corporate Systems and the New Separatist Union. Technology in this universe would be based on slightly different principles. Instead of a bunch of big power sources, the Death Star here is powered by a large collection of 'kyber crystals'. Krennic's gonna work with what he has. We know Galen Erso pioneered 'synthetic kyber crystals', which I would pin to him and Krennic rediscovering and going through old information that was lost throughout the years. So they rediscover what was originally the creation of synthetic lightsaber crystals, but they don't quite get it right, hence synthetic kyber crystals being very volatile. And something of an addon, what if the rediscovery of Sith artifacts along their research, perhaps the same Atris had, corrupted Orson Krennic to go from being Galen's friend to someone who has no issues with his troopers shooting his wife? This is all speculation and mashing things up together of course, depending on what Disney does with the Old Republic Era, we might get a universe that isn't divergent but entirely different.