It is a period of unrest. Darth Vader has tracked his son, the rebel pilot Luke Skywalker, to the planet Vrogas Vas. The pair crash-landed, only to be stranded planetside and faced with new enemies.
It is a period of unrest. Darth Vader has tracked his son, the rebel pilot Luke Skywalker, to the planet Vrogas Vas. After Vader has defeated several rebel squadrons, Luke forces both Vader and himself to crash-land.
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The Sith Lord Darth Vader has learned that it was Luke Skywalker who was responsible for blowing up the Death Star. Through the underworld sources of his secret ally, Dr. Aphra, Vader has received word of Luke’s location – the former Jedi temple on the planet Vrogas Vas.
On his quest to learn the ways of the Jedi, Luke Skywalker has been taken prisoner on the infamous moon Nar Shaddaa by Jedi artifact collector Grakkus The Hutt.
It is a period of unrest in the galaxy. The Sith Lord Darth Vader, enforcer of the Galactic Empire, has learned that it was Luke Skywalker who was the rebel pilot responsible for blowing up the Death Star.
After the Death Star was destroyed by an X-wing pilot, the Sith Lord Darth Vader has been eager to track down the Force-strong rebel responsible.
Luke Skywalker’s quest to learn the ways of the Jedi brought him to the infamous moon Nar Shaddaa, where his lightsaber made him a quick target for the Jedi artifact collector Grakkus The Hutt, and he is now being held prisoner.
The Battle of Endor is now three months in the past. Word of the Rebel Alliance victory and the death of Emperor Palpatine continues to spread slowly throughout the galaxy, its progress impaired by the endless propaganda of the Galactic Empire.
Nonetheless, in many quarters, the Empire continues exactly as it did before, and the war continues to rage.
It is a period of foreboding. After the destruction of the Death Star by a Force-strong rebel pilot, the Sith Lord Darth Vader has taken it upon himself to discover the pilot’s true identity under the Empire’s ever-watchful eye.
The Emperor and Darth Vader are dead. Yet scattered Imperial forces remain intact, loyal to the Galactic Empire, still willing and able to do the bidding of its master.