We had 25000+ years of past under Legends, with more creeping in on 100000 years if taking all the vague ancient stuff into account. Are we ready for the same dive into the future? Legacy comics were a mere 140 years into it only and too close for many fans to established lore to constrain it. Cancelled Lucas own game ideas for TFU and else had game ideas flying around set 500+ ABY with joint Jedi and Sith Councils. And not few fans speculated if the Dune universe may be an appropriate look for one potential post Legacy future of Star Wars many millennia later in a post-droid society that abandoned artificial life after its uprising. While SW was always careful to go into the future, given it does not intend to loose its "a long time ago" feel and technological status quo is a problem when extending the timeline in any direction in significant ways without profound changes or dark age setbacks, what might such a future look like? The galactic map is changed by rotation (even if minor only in the cosmic scale) and hyperlanes being lost and new ones charted. The Unknown Regions and satellites fully explored and reacheable? The Outer Rim pacified and new "Rim"'s added beyond former Wild Space and at the outermost satellites? New looks for familiar old places? Oceancovered Tatooine, Green Coruscant, Alderaan Station being a planet sized construct of Death Star junk metal and Asteroid rocks turned into a cohesive athmospher covered artificial world through and through like a gigantic Worldcraft? Dac in an ice age freezing up with only few warm waterholes thx to undersea volacanies giving access to the unfrozen ocenas below the ice? Kashyyyk facing californean heat fires and unable to stop them, forced to exodus their world for another? One needn't even got 25000 ABY just yet but opening a new future era that is distatched from the SW Saga and past which Legacy comics were not, and yet feels SW might be interesting if a KOTOR style project or High Republic style project opens up said spot in the timeline. And while one can argue as some fans do that 25000 years are too much in any direction, with most stories shuffled repetitions of the saga's elements and that only the last 1000 years truly are relevant for the main Saga anyway, how might their approach look at a far future, even if it is set only 1000 years in the future or no further than 5000? A time where the modern myth of the main saga truly has become a myth and not memory or recorded history like in Legacy comics? Jedi and Sith no more but legends with new Forceusers rare and like Bendu serving harmony via both extremes and balance? Droid Rights successful as recognition as life forms, end of their slavery and equally accepted into everyday life or secluded and shunned in droid only communities and planets? With travel and space accessible near instantly due to hyperdrive revolutions at the speed of plot will scienece turn its eye on to time or micro and macrocosm, utilizing Sharu shrinking tech to explore entirely new worlds in the small and large? While the scientific concept may be too hard science and not as space fantasy at first glance, exploring micro and macrocosm can be done in a way befitting SW. The MCU kinda already did the same with Antman's microverse exploration with supertiny new worlds and species and likewise realisation that we are all only a cog in the machine of superlarge universal or planetary beings like Sekot, like an intelligent GFFA or the Force that unites all in its W(h)ill? Guardians of the Galaxy/Ant Man styled exploration of scifi concepts may feel StarWarsy if done right and not overdosed. Thus the micro/macro aspect of a fractal universe may come into full play like in no other media before. And without the scifi typical timewars and and alterations, even time may be explored in different and new ways that befit SW and its status quo more than any copypaste scifi timetravel paradox scenario other franchises explore. Try new concepts like circular time or fractal time or even a version where timetravel like hyperdrive mishaps and other we already had do not threaten but strengthen the timeline and where new concepts actually enforce and make sense of the GFFAs technological status quo rather than disrupt it.