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padawanlibrary. ‪Lame monday? Give Padawan Library a listen. It’s the only podcast ded

‪Lame monday? Give Padawan Library a listen. It’s the only podcast dedicated to #starwars junior novels, like #JediApprentice Hear #expandeduniverse retelling like never before! Link in bio

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starwars_lore. Imperial Soldiers, Sith Empire (Lore)

They were the infantry units of

Imperial Soldiers, Sith Empire (Lore) They were the infantry units of the reconstituted Sith Empire's army. The soldiers served as the ground invasion force for the Imperial Military's campaigns of conquest, and worked to defend the Empire's holdings during the Great Galactic War and Cold War. Imperial soldiers were conscripted members of the Enlisted class, a social caste within the Empire destined to work in the military under the orders of their Sith overlords. Soldiers often worked alongside Imperial guardsmen, bounty hunters, Intelligence Ministry agents, and Sith Warriors and Inquisitors on the field of battle. The system of conscription and the training regimen that soldiers completed were both the creations of Odile Vaiken, the father of the Imperial Army and naval armada, as well as the first Grand Moff of the Empire. As the Empire grew, Imperial soldiers worked to secure more territory and prepare for the coming war with the Galactic Republic. The troops succeeded in seizing the Aparo sector, as well as the rest of the Tingel Arm early in the war, and quickly followed up those victories by assisting in wins on Korriban and Begeren. Imperial soldiers later participated in the failed attacks on Alderaan and Rhen Var, as well as the final battle of the war, the Sacking of Coruscant. All of the Imperial Soldiers were Human, due to the Sith Empire's views on Humanocentrism, this however changed come the events of Makeb many years after, during the Cold War, with the Empire now allowing aliens within their ranks. · What do you think of these Old Republic trooper and what do you want to see next? 👉 Tag a friend and let me know what you think! #StarWarsLore #ExpandedUniverse

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Got my hands on a copy of this finally - Interesting to see what the Star Wars universe would have looked like had Empire never happened... would love to see somebody write an alternate series of books that follows this timeline. Also - I love how the whole thing feels like B-movie schlock 🙌 . #starwars #expandeduniverse #starwarseu #georgelucas #novel

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swshriv. \"They weren't expecting special forces!\" I wouldn't mind seeing @Janin

"They weren't expecting special forces!" I wouldn't mind seeing @Janina return for her role as Iden in a future Star Wars project 👊 #idenversio #infernosquad #yavin #legostarwars ▪Follow @swshriv for more! (Ignore tags) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- #swshriv #starwars #lucasfilm #georgelucas #starwarsfan #starwarsfans #starwarsgalaxy #starwarslore #starwarsedit #canon #legends #expandeduniverse #theforce #franchise #shriv #shrivsuurgav #starwarsbattlefront #battlefront #starwarsbattlefront2 #battlefront2

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starwars.archivist. Image 1 is Obi Wan Kenobi in the Phantom Menace, image 2 is that same

Image 1 is Obi Wan Kenobi in the Phantom Menace, image 2 is that same Obi Wan edited to appear old using FaceApp. The final image is Obi Wan in A New Hope played by Alec Guinness. ~ ~ 👇🏼Hashtags👇🏼 #starwars #starwars #starwarslegends #starwarscanon #expandeduniverse #starwarsedit #starwarsmeme #starwarsmemes #obiwankenobi #alecguinness #ewanmcgregor #starwarsclonewars #theclonewars #clonewars #lukeskywalker #jedi #faceapp #anakinskywalker

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psenci. Hace poco leí una novela de Star Wars diferente: Cosecha Roja, de Joe

Hace poco leí una novela de Star Wars diferente: Cosecha Roja, de Joe Schreiber. ¿Por qué es diferente? Pues por un motivo muy simple: Zombis. Durante la zombie exploitation de hace unos años todo el mundo quería subirse al carro de los no muertos, y el universo expandido de Star Wars no iba a ser menos. Así surgió la novela Las Tropas De La Muerte, que irónicamente no he leído, y más tarde su precuela, esta Cosecha Roja, que he disfrutado de cabo a rabo. Ambientada unos 3000 años antes de las pelis originales, la acción se sitúa en una remota academia Sith, donde un lord Sith trabaja en unos oscuros experimentos para obtener la vida eterna, que no creo que necesitéis que os diga cómo acaban. Así, tendremos una trama digna de las clásicas películas de zombis de instituto, con un grupo de estudiantes sith adolescentes tratando de sobrevivir a la plaga que se extiende por las instalaciones. Obviamente la trama aporta más elementos, en forma de cazarrecompensas y un par de jedis que se cuelan por el camino, pero no quiero desvelarlos. De este modo veremos cómo la fuerza y los sables láser se mezclan con las tripas y el gore más absoluto, en esta novela que trae el género del terror a un universo como el de Star Wars. Y lo sorprendente es que, en mi opinión, funciona. Este experimento de novela no tuvo una acogida excesivamente buena, a juzgar por la investigación que he hecho, argumentando que esto no es Star Wars, y que no aporta nada a la saga. No estoy del todo de acuerdo. Por un lado supongo que en mi mente Star Wars es mucho más que las tramas y arquetipos de personaje típicos que ya conocemos, y que me gusta ver historias que van más allá, pero además también creo que no todas las historias tienen por qué ser trascendentales para aportar algo, aunque solo sea el mero afán de entretener. En este caso he disfrutado como un enano (un enano que lee una historia para mayores) con esta mezcla de Star Wars y terror y, ¿honestamente? Creo que una peli contando esto sería divertidísima. . . . #StarWars #CosechaRoja #RedHarvest #JoeSchreiber #legends #leyendas #UniversoExpandido #ExpandedUniverse #UE #EU #novela #novel #libro #book #leyendo #reading #bookstagram

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