Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
That was the last one.
Typho is in the prior book.
The Force Unleashed: Beta Version
At some vague point in time between Episode III and IV, yet another Purge survivor figures out Vader was Anakin, and a quick whiff of amnesia gas turns someone else to the dark side.
No one expects the Imperial Inquisition!
EDIT: I would like to say that I really like the Coruscant Night series covers that pay homages to old detective pulps (unlike some other detective pastiche books I have seen)
This was a good book and for me its special because it kept me into star wars after the debacle of the clone wars in March 2013. The cancellation of the series was hard for me and I was about to just give up on star wars. I don't like things left incomplete. Other franchises may have that but not star wars. This book kept me going at a time when I was depressed for the loss. A loss that lately is being smoothed over the BC and the 4 issue Darth Maul story. Still the series ended and its incomplete. This book was good and I also agree with another poster when he said that this was TFU beta version. With the super power crystal and that holocron and bota, well the force might have been super duper. So its was good.
He had me at "its was good".
There's a superpowered Force-sensitive kid, a huge cast with multiple Jedi, the Inquisitorius, a bunch of Force-faction combat, a big climactic battle with Darth Vader, and it's the end of a Jedi Purge-set series, and still somehow Vader doesn't manage to kill anyone important and they all get away to . . . die some other time, I guess -- so it's pretty much just like every other Dark Times story.
What if Jax Pavan is actually Brand?
I believe he meant Empatojayos.
If I remember right so do we have two 'One Sentence or Less' and there was no rule about recycling old comments so here is my second 'or less'
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You're no fun.
Sorry, I didn't realize you were being facetious.
Todd the Jedi wins again.
Funny thing is, there's actually a little over two hundred "last Jedi".
The point of the story is that he can't be sure the only other Jedi around he knows about is Vader.
That cube-shaped holocron from Shadow Hunter is now a pyramid because reasons.
In the Last Jedi we follow one of the over two hundred "last Jedi" after Order 66
Jax Pavan spends an entire book running from Darth Vader, and unlike his father, manages not to die at the end.
Alternate entry that ignores the one sentence rule:
Darth Vader: How desperate are you, that you turn to such powers to defend you?
Jax Pavan: How desperate am I? You destroyed my Order. You steal a force even you cannot control. You talk about peace and hunt me and my comrades down like dogs. You have made me very desperate. And you might not be glad you did.
The EU decided that Sith holocrons have to be pyramidal.
Jax Pavan jumps headlong into every lingering TCW continuity minefield he can find in the process of seeking revenge for his girlfriend's death, which somehow wasn't at the hands of Darth Vader because the Great Jedi Purge is a constant disappointment.
On a multi-world odyssey adventure, Jax Pavan becomes the most interesting man in the galaxy by hanging with rebels, drinking with Mandos, fighting Black Sun, and tangling with Vader, all in the quest to rescue the head of Whiplash and avenge his dead lover.
Jax motto: I do not always fight Sith, but when I do, I do two...