Discussion in 'Literature' started by darklordoftech, Jun 17, 2013.
hey, you peeked on my wishlist it seems
Suggesting that it should be.
I still love my pet theory that ties the Sunrider lineage to Allya Sunrider... who happens to be a hapan Jedi Knight.. all comes full circle then later on in courtship
well if we're talking about lit suggestions,we have to know about andedu as well,at least i personally like to.
there are many many TOR untouched eras & characters yet tey all just write books about the ones we know,i love revan's book or even DECIEVED but IMO there are much more interesting & unknown eras,& they dont tend to write about hem i mean over 20 books on NJO ,plz!
i think every one would like to know about ragnos' reign..
I would love to see the time period between the New Sith Wars and the Prequels. I want a Firefly type series in that era.
There needs to be more stuff between FOTJ and the Legacy comics.
Shall we learn about every single Banite Sith?
I'd like to learn more about them.
Same. I wonder whether the Republic adopted the Bendu symbol before or after Palpatine became chancellor.
Not fully unexplored, but only loosely covered in places like the Atlas and Guide to Warfare:
Xim's Empire and war with Kossak the Hutt
Formation and growth of the Corporate Sector
A decent novel/trilogy to cover Dark Empire and Operation Shadow Hand through the destruction of Byss.
Orinda Campaign Novel (Have Allston write it as part of the X-Wing series!)
Fate of the Intimidator
Capture of the Guardian
Daala's Deep Core stand and disappearance
War against the Imperial Holdouts post Peace Treaty (aka what happened during YJK/JJK outside of Yavin?)
Thrawn's time in the Unknown Regions (beyond the snippets we have now)
Tales of the Grand Admirals
Great minds think alike... ;-)
... and fools rarely differ.
That's an interesting reason for the Dathomiri being matriarchal.
Interestingly, in the RoTS novel Dooku's private musing said
"From Hapes to Haruun Kul, powerful force-sensitives had refused to hand over their children to lifelong bound servitude to the Jedi Order. They would not so refuse the Sith Army. They would not have the choice"
implication- there exist Hapan force-sensitives, who aren't Jedi.
That about sums it up for me as well, although I'd add -
Stories about the "glory days of the Empire" aka the post-Clone Wars cleanup (although we've gotten one short story by Jason Fry on the subject)
The Alsakan Conflicts and the infamous Crusades
Don't forget about the Rebels show.
I would love to see a novelized version of the Dark Empire trilogy.
I wonder if the Old Sith Wars ended in 3000 BBY considering the pattern so far. Speaking of which, why is the Great Hyperspace War often excluded from the "Old Sith Wars" by fans?
I'd split it into two books- have Stover write about the Luke/Emperor side, and Lucento about the Empire/ Rebel war part.
I could see that. Could we get Luceno to finish the 2nd Galactic Civil War in LOTF since Denning focuses on Jacen?
Why wouldn't Stover write the war part?
Because Stover is a good character writer, his political and combat sides are rather...odd. Shatterpoint and Traitor were character works and well done. LSatSoM included a lot more of the political/combat elements, and just felt off.
I liked his handling of combat in the RoTS novel.
Any thoughts on Ziost? Force Smuggler Dr. Steve Brule