While one might consider everything and everyone unfinished and might want more about each tiny detail of the SW universe, this topic shall be more grounded and take a look at the tapestry of multimedia storytelling that is New Canon, list major unfinished business and untouched opportunities. This might help to not only get a better overview of new canon and what might still come down the line but also as to what is already done. A similiar topic for Legends and/or One Canon may be done if enough are interested to participate. While currently ongoing series and major characters who will get new stories told for ages to come could be listed here, I'll omitt them to keep this shorter, unless they are relevant to other untold stories and important hotspots in the timeline tapestry. Lets start: LFL seems to give every year a major theme. This year it's "Prequels revival" filling in a deepdive of Prequel era lore the new canon was missing ever since the reboot! Aside these themes, each year of storytelling expands the previous years movies mainly as well as setting up the next with Journey to publishing programs. Other non-theme tales though also are released here and there, as well as yearly recurring event-themes like Galaxy's Edge tie in material, Halloween stories and the like. After TLJ and Solo closeby last year, and Prequel expansion this year, it is pretty certain that next year after Rise of Skywalkers closure of the Skywalker Saga will feature plenty of "all era" saga material connecting all films and trilogies further like never before. Project Luminious might even be one of the main tasks in that regard aside the Episode IX tie in wave hitting 2020 with guides and all. LFL also has elevated several characters to all-era connective tissue storytellers. Where formerly R2 and C3PO as well as Yoda fulfilled that role primarily aside few others in Legends, new canon prominently uses Maz Kanata, Hondo Ohnaka and more to tie it all together. They are joined by Dok Ondar recently whose collection bridges all eras as well. Soon, returning from storytelling limbo will Lor San Tekka (TFA), brandnew creation Savi (from Galaxy's Edge) and others join these era bridging characters with more tales. Doctor Aphra too will become such a bridging character despite her fate wide open and tied to the OT era so far, upcoming Galaxy's Edge comics will feature callbacks to her adventures, like her comics gave glimpses into various moments of the past of the GFFA. But aside these, impersonal characters that will bridge eras will also be revisited like recently the Millennium Falcon across the ages, or Anakin/Luke/Rey's legacy lightsaber and more etc. Aside all era unification post Episode IX, next year will also delve into the Mandalorian and another last season of TCW as well as Cassian Andors upcoming adventures. Though those may need to run for a couple seasons before serious expansions of them start coming. Also to factor in are preferences by authors and other storytellers, game designers, etc. some characters are their pets and exclusive to them it seems with few exceptions. While in general anybody could get to tell a story about a certain character, some are more entitled to but all is possible even if not always likely. The post ROTJ era is beginning to be explored further and will more so soon. But where Legends progressed mostly close to real time and you grew up with characters, new canon has a more dotted here and there approach. It may, like Legends, focus on an era (Dark Times currently) before moving on to another (post ROTJ), but chronological storytelling is a thing of the past. Now on to the details: Case #1: Sifo Dyas Audioplay Dooku Jedi Lost featured him alongside Dooku prominently expanding his canon presence outside of his TCW role. Master and Apprentice though did not. We got a nice progression and buildup between both works about the Jedi, about Dooku, Qui Gon, Obi Wan and their past. But Sifo Dyas story is, while present, ending right in the middle where it gets interesting! We know his end thx to TCW. We know his importance thx to his mention in AOTC. We know his beginnings thx to Dooku: Jedi Lost. But between it and TPM we are missing a big chunk of Sifo's life. Previously in Legends we had that chunk covered by the novel Plagueis, but that is no longer working given Dooku's life and leaving the Jedi is different in new canon than it had been in Legends. Also the way Master and Apprentice ended, refocusing Qui Gon Jinn's life and purpose, it points straight like an arrow towards Sifo Dyas if you ask me! The remeergence of prophecies, interpretations thereof, visions and how they affected Dooku, Rael, Qui Gon and Obi Wan can only lead to one Jedi, Sifo Dyas. He has a knack for having visions, his former Master taught him in that regard as well as studying and bringing back ancient and dangerous artifacts. So where is that missing piece, wherein Qui Gon turns to Jedi Master Sifo Dyas for advice on prophecies and visions? With the Council reevaluating old prophecies and visions in the light of recent events on Pijal, was that which spured them to have Sifo Dyas join the Jedi Council after Qui Gon declined to join them? How and when did what lead Qui Gon Jinn to Dagobah and further to meet the Shaman(s) of the Whills? When and how did he start training Force Ghosting and why? TCW showed us him leading Yoda on to a similiar journey as he once had had. Also being a Jedi Master, who is the apprentice of Sifo Dyas? Who did he train and how? Another individual that may be important and tied to prophecies and visions, someone known perhaps? All my best guess as to that missing tale is: Project Luminous? Might be one all-era project to tie the trilogies together post-IX. Will it start with Sifo, Qui Gon and the Shaman? And will it lead to other parts of the joint venture to cover other eras and equally luminious characters and important events? Case #2: Fulcrum We know it takes time between Filoni projects until we learn more about Ahsoka Tano the White and Sabine Wren's adventure in the Unknown Regions together: The Search for Ezra Bridger! But before that we need to learn what she was up to during the OT ever since Ezra rescued her via the World between Worlds and she found her own exit and way back. How did she become Ahsoka the White, where did he got the fancy staff? Who, obviously, did she meet that changed her and kept her busy? Obviously more is at play here and luminious it may be. With more upcoming episodes of Vader Immportal dealing with another portal on Mustafar and ancient revelations and temples below, the Emperor as per Rebels end digging for his own portals and searching ancient places across the galaxy as well as setting up observatories aplenty, a Fulcrum to find and guard the secrets of the past may be needed before she can move on to the future. A future that may require a certain Bridger. Case #3: Unknown Regions Blues Thrawn and Ezra's buddy adventure that kept them out of the OT in the Unknown Regions is one teased tale that may come down the line. Many dangers in the Unknown Regions for them to fight and join Forces. Ezra might learn to understand and join Thrawns larger plan and agenda, likewise Thrawn might rethink his approach towards Bridger and his friends once they both fight on the same side, neither for nor against an Empire but towards the greater good of the galaxy? Long before Lor San Tekka, Luke and Co... Ezra Bridger and Thrawn might be entangled with the ancient past of the Jedi Order and the Sith in the Unknown Regions and face horrors beyond imagination. Blue Harvest aside, someone needs to clean house before the First Order can later move in! Visit ancient places and new powers that rival the World between Worlds, a world of magic and mystery where ancient Jedi took to the stars long before the ascent of technology and spaceships. At first they fight for survival and against each other until they join Forces against a bigger evil. Ultimately they may even reconnect with the Chiss or Empire of the Hand and Ezra decides to stay and help, while Thrawn does not attempt to return to the Empire likewise? Case #4: Unknown Region Blues 2 Once Sabine and Ahsoka set off to find Ezra (and Thrawn), a new young generation is ready to take the torch. Whichever shape that series or its heroes will take, this is not a Rebels 2.0 but a joint venture between new and old characters. Ultimately Ezra will be found, and to everybodys shock he is working with Thrawn against a bigger evil most likely. But how will all react once the Imperial Remnant arrives as the Contingency has been activated? Would Thrawn hand over the reigns of his Unknown Regions to Sloane and co? Will there be imperial infighting for control of the UR? Will Ezra, Ahsoka and Sabine help Thrawn? Or leave him finally? And why did they not make it back to tell of what happened... oh my. And in all that chaos, when and how did Snoke take over? Will the Unknown Regions Blues as I coined them contain a smaller scale New Jedi Order inspired story with or without Grysks and more? Ezra is kinda a NJO Jacen Solo esque figure and Thrawns Chiss Empire of the Hand fits the bill of NJO Imps too. Case #5: Lor San Tekka and Luke on Tour Seems they can't let go of the Unknown Regions as another pair sets out to discover its secrets, ancient Jedi Textbooks and find Ach-To and more. What did Luke see in the mirror caves when he found them? In a way, in new canon early on Luke goes on a similiar sojourn as Jacen Solo had done in Legends meeting all and finding all he can about the Force, its cults an lore, past sites and long lost ones. We know Lora San was friends with Savi from Galaxy's Edge, he may tie into this alongside his Gatherers. Also Snoke personally is known to Leia, Han and Luke, as well as Lor San, so whatever disguise or purpose Snoke used to play their friend and get close, he too may be part of these travels, as might be a young apprentice Ben Solo. The story potential is hopefully not reduced to one book but an entire series of them giving each facett its due expansion. Imagine a lengthy journey and sojourn with varying travel partners, sometimes Lor San, Maz Kanata, Savi, Ben or Snoke and sometimes a combination of them. New cults, powers and mysteries discovered along the ride with some arcane powers for Ben too like the new ones we saw him use in TFA. (FOTJ Legends travels of Luke and Ben Skywalker mirrored by Luke and Ben Solo in new canon? Snoke can be Abeloth in that case) Case #6: Aftermath's Aftermath Aftermath hinted at so much, it can or can't be continued. It also introduced various splinter states and storyhooks that I am too lazy to list them all here yet. Case #7: Burning Jedi Temples and the Emperor's Hand What if I told you, the most unexpected twist ever will happen when this tale is told? After many travels Luke finally has his Jedi Academy set up and studends there alongside Ben. Flashbacks we saw so far gave us part of the picture only, more EpiIX will add, but despite those even there is more another tale will tell only outside of movies. Snoke has a plan after infiltrating the SkySolo families as a friend in the past. He intends to win Ben to his side over as well as to deal a serious blow to the Jedi and Luke. But what is his plan? What is his Joker nobody suspects? What gets Luke so worried he goes to check on Kylos mind in the middle of the night? Was it Ben's past actions, questionable ones, that drove Luke to check him up? Or was it a vision that worried Luke? Would innocent Ben slaughter friends and fellow Jedi simply because Luke scared him? Or is there more to it? Brace for impact, conjecture following: Ben was troubled before and despite an excellent student, he too was interested in the "other side" of things, the forbidden lore as any teengager might be. But that would not worry Luke enough alone. During their travels together, as per books we know so far, Luke considered Ben to be a Choosen One. Be it because of his lineage and raw power or because Luke thought Choosen Ones were still needed after Anakin, they both had been studying prophecies of old they discovered. Ben therefore grew up with expectations to meet, as well as developed a pride and confidence in himself, his role and destiny, his mission to finish what grandfather started. Only he never knew the full truth about him until Bloodlines spilled it to the galaxy and the media revealed it to Ben before his family could. Shaken, Luke had to deal with that and Ben's reaction to it. Now into the middle of this situation of difficult unresolved shock, conflicts and relationships, Snoke's plan pushed ahead fast. Years ago, the lightsaber and hand Luke lost to Vader at Bespin had been found and preserved. The Emperor intended to clone Luke eventually for his own dark purposes, but given his premature "death" at Endor, the clone matured accellerated beyond Endor, abandoned. Snoke found him and trained him, his first apprentice that he'd named Ren, wearing a mask always as to not be revealed to look exactly like Luke yet. Now, unmasked, he sent him to the academy as an imposter Luke that would train some apprentices alongside Ben in darker arts as if those are a natural part of the education. Carefully he only was around when real Luke wasn't. But as secrets go, they never stay secret forever and he was found out, which Snoke counted on. Now apprentices were in the conflicted situation of not knowing which is the real Luke. Some sided with either and a battle ensued. Luke vs Luuke, both supported by apprentices. In the end though the clone was slain and order restored. Wary of dark teachings and traumatized apprentices though, Luke puzzled together more and more clues about Snoke, the clone from his hand and other bits that painted a dark picture of evil plans at work. This worried him enough to check on his Choosen One, Ben. But when Ben saw him saber ignited.. he believed they'd sided with and killed the wrong Luke... he mistook concerned Luke for evil Luuke and fought him, convincing his fellow apprentices to do so too, killing all who sided with Luke before leaving with his later Knights of Ren, who Snoke would welcome with open arms. Watching the dead bodies of his apprentices, Luke himself puts the wrecked temple on fire to burn it down much as he would later attempt to do with the last Jedi books on Ach-To. (ok leaving fanfic territory here, it ran with me.. but if they ever do anything with Lukes lost hand, this is what I imagine could happen and convince maybe some fans to make TLJs flashbacks more believeable for some fans who did not like them. I loved TLJ btw) Case #8: Mandalorian Civil War TCW drew from its backstory, Qui Gon, Obi Wan and Satine etc. were involved in it. A likely scenario that took place is mirroring a similiar adventure to a wartorn world in Legends Jedi Path young reader books that challenge Obi Wan's faith, will he be impartial or take sides? Leave the Jedi or stay? Find love or not? Case #9: Make Solo 2 happen! It screams for continuation with Jabba, Qira meeting Maul and more. Concluding with Maul trapped on Mustafar, Crimson Dawn crippled and Qira and Enfys Nests final fate revealed. PS: I know Disney isn't one for too dark tales and plethora of character deaths, but we need some final ends for some characters despite many many many tales about them before and after that. How and when did Enfys Nest die so that Tubes joined Saw's gang? What fate befell Qi'ra? Did Maul have her posessed by Nightsister spirits to revive the culture as the ghosts were very much there in Rebels later? Did Ahsoka and Ezra ever meet Luke or did their paths lead them elsewhere and when and how did those end? New Canon gave us already beautifully crafted character ends (everyone in Rogue One f.e.), I hope for some more, for a good story needs a proper end.