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[This story occurs during the Legacy of the Force era]
Events that occur 130 years after the Battle of Yavin and beyond.

[ Legacy - Divided Loyalties ]

This story is included in:

[ Legacy - Volume 9: Monster]

Legacy Volume 9: Monster

[Legacy: Book 3

Legacy: Book 3

[Legacy: Volume 3]

Legacy: Volume 3

Comic Book
Published November 2009 as
Legacy #42 by Dark Horse Comics:

[issue 42]

Issue #42

e-Comic Books
Published 2012 by Dark Horse Digital.

Divide Loyalties
John Ostrander, Dave Ross, Brad Anderson et al.
Dark Horse Comics
Story published as:
Comic Book (2009)
Graphic Novel (2010, 2014, 2020)
e-Comic Book (2012)

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The partnership between the Galactic Alliance and Roan Felís Imperials is tried again against the Sith Empire and this time theyíre joined by a group of Jedi who have at last come out of hiding!
Rogue Squadronís newest member is tested in battle! A traitor lurks aboard the Alliance! An Imperial Knight and a Jedi take on a dangerous retrieval mission! The Jedi, the Galactic Alliance, Felís Imperials, and the Sith Imperials all contemplate the changes brought by Darth Kraytís death!

This story occurs approximately 138 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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