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[The Rise of the Empire]
Events that occur between 67 years and up to 2 years before the Battle of Yavin.

[Aurra's Song]

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[Epic Collection: The Menace Revealed: Volume 2]

The Menace Revealed: Volume 2


[Rise of the Sith]

Omnibus: Rise of the Sith

Comic Book
Published June 2000 by
Dark Horse Comics as
Dark Horse Presents Annual 2000

Aurra's Song
Dean Motter, Isaac Buckminster Owens, Ronda Pattison, Steve Dutro et al.
Dark Horse Comics
Story published as:
Comic Book (2000)
Graphic Novel (2009, 2019)

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Aurra Sing is being held captive of an old acquaintance, Torgo Tahn, who was her instructor back when she was a slave to the Hutts and was being trained as an assassin. Aurra claims a Jedi called the Dark Woman (Aurra was her Padawan learner at one point) had sold her to the Sennex pirates, where she was trained by the vampire-like Anzati as an assassin. Torgo very smugly reveals to her how he killed a bunch of other Anzati and left the training camp. He revels in his own cleverness in being able to lure her into a trap. However Aurra turns the tables and reveals she's been playing him for a chump all along.

This story occurs approximately 36 years before the Battle of Yavin.

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