History Literature / FateOfTheJedi

16th Apr '17 8:17:34 PM nombretomado
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* ArcWelding: ''Apocalypse'' ties in elements from ''StarWarsTheCloneWars'', explaining that [[spoiler:the Father, the Son, and the Daughter, who may have been [[{{Precursors}} Celestials]], once lived on Abeloth's planet in the distant past. Abeloth herself started out as a mortal woman, known only as the Servant, who came to ingratiate herself with the family of Force-wielders and eventually joined them as the Mother. However, her mortality prevented her from staying with her beloved family forever and in a fit of madness, she drank from the Font of Power and bathed in the Pool of Knowledge, forever corrupting herself and transforming into the Dark Side entity known as Abeloth. The Father cursed her for her selfish deed and departed for Mortis with his family, leaving her alone to wallow in her misery and loneliness for millenia. The Son and Daughter later enlisted the help of the Killiks to create Centerpoint and Sinkhole Stations, as a means of keeping Abeloth sealed.]]

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* ArcWelding: ''Apocalypse'' ties in elements from ''StarWarsTheCloneWars'', ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', explaining that [[spoiler:the Father, the Son, and the Daughter, who may have been [[{{Precursors}} Celestials]], once lived on Abeloth's planet in the distant past. Abeloth herself started out as a mortal woman, known only as the Servant, who came to ingratiate herself with the family of Force-wielders and eventually joined them as the Mother. However, her mortality prevented her from staying with her beloved family forever and in a fit of madness, she drank from the Font of Power and bathed in the Pool of Knowledge, forever corrupting herself and transforming into the Dark Side entity known as Abeloth. The Father cursed her for her selfish deed and departed for Mortis with his family, leaving her alone to wallow in her misery and loneliness for millenia. The Son and Daughter later enlisted the help of the Killiks to create Centerpoint and Sinkhole Stations, as a means of keeping Abeloth sealed.]]
10th Apr '17 11:23:00 AM Golondrina
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* LesCollaborateurs: [[spoiler:Most of the Lost Tribe of Sith, for Abeloth.]]



* [[spoiler: LesCollaborateurs: Most of the Lost Tribe of Sith, for Abeloth.]]
17th Feb '17 10:43:05 AM CosmicFerret
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* BloodierAndGorier: Parts of ''Apocalypse'' read like something out of ''FinalDestination''.

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* BloodierAndGorier: Parts of ''Apocalypse'' read like something out of ''FinalDestination''.''Franchise/FinalDestination''.
24th Jan '17 10:59:39 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** In ''Conviction'', some GenreSavvy smugglers Abeloth runs into don't take any of her crap, including turning on and locking up the people that she influences.

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** In ''Conviction'', some GenreSavvy savvy smugglers Abeloth runs into don't take any of her crap, including turning on and locking up the people that she influences.
21st Jan '17 5:15:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheBeautifulElite: The Lost Tribe Sith tremendously prize physical perfection, to the point where even a small scar like Vestara's could potentially halt her advancement, and giving them an additional layer of elitism on top of the normal sith beliefs in TheMagocracy and SocialDarwinist. A Sith culture behaving this way is a bit of a continuity problem since it has been well established that EvilMakesYouUgly with TheDarkSide, and this notion is explicitly reinforced in the [[DarthPlagueis Darth Plagueis]] novel.

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* TheBeautifulElite: The Lost Tribe Sith tremendously prize physical perfection, to the point where even a small scar like Vestara's could potentially halt her advancement, and giving them an additional layer of elitism on top of the normal sith beliefs in TheMagocracy and SocialDarwinist. A Sith culture behaving this way is a bit of a continuity problem since it has been well established that EvilMakesYouUgly with TheDarkSide, and this notion is explicitly reinforced in the [[DarthPlagueis Darth Plagueis]] ''Literature/DarthPlagueis'' novel.
8th Jan '17 10:53:40 AM nombretomado
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* DistantPrologue: To the [[StarWarsLegacy Legacy]] comics. Sets up and hints at everything from the Empire becoming a major player again to the One Sith.

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* DistantPrologue: To the [[StarWarsLegacy Legacy]] ''ComicBook/{{Legacy}}'' comics. Sets up and hints at everything from the Empire becoming a major player again to the One Sith.



** Since Luke has several direct descendants living by the time of ''StarWarsLegacy'', it's pretty much a given that Ben will live long enough to have at least one kid.

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** Since Luke has several direct descendants living by the time of ''StarWarsLegacy'', ''ComicBook/{{Legacy}}'', it's pretty much a given that Ben will live long enough to have at least one kid.



* GambitPileup: This series may be the definitive example from the ''StarWars'' canon. We've got [[PresidentEvil Daala]], [[LostTribe the Sith]], [[StarWarsLegacy the other Sith]], [[EldritchAbomination Abeloth]], [[AristocratsAreEvil Moffs]], [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized Freedom Flight]], and the Force knows how many others working each other behind the scenes at the same time.

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* GambitPileup: This series may be the definitive example from the ''StarWars'' canon. We've got [[PresidentEvil Daala]], [[LostTribe the Sith]], [[StarWarsLegacy [[ComicBook/{{Legacy}} the other Sith]], [[EldritchAbomination Abeloth]], [[AristocratsAreEvil Moffs]], [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized Freedom Flight]], and the Force knows how many others working each other behind the scenes at the same time.



** In ''Ascension'', [[spoiler: Tahiri becomes TheAtoner, and looks like she's going to be one of the first [[StarWarsLegacy Imperial Knights]]]].

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** In ''Ascension'', [[spoiler: Tahiri becomes TheAtoner, and looks like she's going to be one of the first [[StarWarsLegacy [[ComicBook/{{Legacy}} Imperial Knights]]]].
29th Sep '16 10:35:26 PM ShorinBJ
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ALongTimeAgoInAGalaxyFarFarAway Jedi started having delusional breaks from reality and lashing out with TheForce. At the same time, rumors developed of a new breed of Sith emerging into the galaxy, poised to conquer (as usual) and generally cause problems. Our hero, Luke Skywalker, was basically unable to stop any of this, and public opinion swung against the Jedi in general, to the point where he was exiled from Coruscant; however, this dovetailed with neatly with the fact that someone needed to investigate these new Sith. As he and his son Ben traveled, they experienced continued run-ins with Vestara Khai, a Sith apprentice with definite [[DatingCatwoman chemistry]] with Ben, and evidence that there something deeper and darker than them--an EldritchAbomination that could spell doom for the entire galaxy...

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ALongTimeAgoInAGalaxyFarFarAway Jedi started having delusional breaks suffering from reality the same [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capgras_delusion psychosis]], and lashing out with TheForce. At the same time, rumors developed of a new breed of Sith emerging into the galaxy, poised to conquer (as usual) and generally cause problems. Our hero, Luke Skywalker, was basically unable to stop any of this, and public opinion swung against the Jedi in general, to the point where he was exiled from Coruscant; however, this dovetailed with neatly with the fact that someone needed to investigate these new Sith. As he and his son Ben traveled, they experienced continued run-ins with Vestara Khai, a Sith apprentice with definite [[DatingCatwoman chemistry]] with Ben, and evidence that there something deeper and darker than them--an EldritchAbomination that could spell doom for the entire galaxy...
20th May '16 1:31:30 PM Doug86
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** In ''Allies'', Ackmena is an abolitionist, in honor of the late Bea Arthur. In the same book, Dyon knocks someone out by [[Franchise/StarTrek grabbing the neck and pinching]] (the author of ''Allies'', Christie Golden, has contributed some books to the StarTrekNovelVerse).

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** In ''Allies'', Ackmena is an abolitionist, in honor of the late Bea Arthur. In the same book, Dyon knocks someone out by [[Franchise/StarTrek grabbing the neck and pinching]] (the author of ''Allies'', Christie Golden, has contributed some books to the StarTrekNovelVerse).Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse).
17th May '16 6:11:46 AM Erkhyan
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** Explained quite well as an attempt to gently remind the other Jedi that he has been placed in charge (it is technically his rank, after all). He also realizes why it fails to help him any; The Jedi being very individualistic, they hold more value in actions then titles, and when they start to disapprove of his recent actions, his emphasis on the title does more harm then good.

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** Explained quite well as an attempt to gently remind the other Jedi that he has been placed in charge (it is technically his rank, after all). He also realizes why it fails to help him any; The Jedi being very individualistic, they hold more value in actions then than titles, and when they start to disapprove of his recent actions, his emphasis on the title does more harm then than good.
3rd Mar '16 11:43:45 AM priestessofdan
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** The world Abeloth was stranded on was populated with [[WhenTreesAttack aggressive]] [[ManEatingPlant flora]] and [[EverythingIsTryingToKillYou everything was trying to kill the Sith search team]]. This happens anywhere Abeloth stays for more than five ''seconds''. Her world even reverts back a more normal world once she departs. Animals eat plants instead of the other way around, turns out [[spoiler: this is how she feeds and grows stronger.]]

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** The world Abeloth was stranded on was populated with [[WhenTreesAttack aggressive]] [[ManEatingPlant flora]] and [[EverythingIsTryingToKillYou everything was trying to kill the Sith search team]]. This happens anywhere Abeloth stays for more than five ''seconds''. Her world even reverts back a more normal world to "normal" once she departs. Animals eat plants instead of the other way around, [[spoiler:It turns out [[spoiler: this is how she feeds and grows stronger.]]



** Played straight in ''Ascension''.[[spoiler: The Lost Tribe spend three days, preparing to celebrate Abeloth's visit (including a parade and a {{masquerade|Ball}})]]]]. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Abeloth:

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** Played straight in ''Ascension''.[[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Lost Tribe spend three days, preparing to celebrate Abeloth's visit (including a parade and a {{masquerade|Ball}})]]]].{{masquerade|Ball}})]]. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Abeloth:
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