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[The Rebellion
Events that occur from 2 years before to 5 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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Tales from the New Republic

Gathering Shadows
Kathy Burdette
West End Games
Story published as:
Short Story (1995, 1999)

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In an Imperial prison cell, mercenary Dirk Harkness and New Republic Infiltrator Jai Raventhorn are wasting away, their brains scrambled by a mind probe. Nearby, Platt Okeefe and Tru’eb plan a rescue attempt, travelling into the northern mountains of Zelos to find the Imperial garrison Harkness had been investigating – and the remains of the novice Rebel group that had been doing the same. They are startled by an attack from a Sullustan Rebel – which had been dead for a week. It seems the corpse has been animated by several parasitic worms sending artificial signals to the corpse’s body. Sneaking their way into the valley base, they help free Jai and Dirk and capture a major into the bargain. Platt rushes them to Wroona in the Last Chance as Dirk suggests to Jai that she gives up the New Republic and become a mercenary.

This story occurs approximately 4 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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