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It has received a spin-off title tying in with the ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Forces of Destiny]]'' animated shorts, under the subtitle of ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Adventures: Forces of Destiny]]''. In October 2018, it also received a similar spin-off title as a Halloween special, ''Tales From Vader's Castle''.

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It has received a spin-off title tying in with the ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Forces of Destiny]]'' animated shorts, under the subtitle of ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Adventures: Forces of Destiny]]''. In October 2018, it also received a similar spin-off title as a Halloween special, ''Tales From Vader's Castle''. In October 2019, a follow-up Halloween spin-off title was released, ''Return to Vader's Castle''.



* BittersweetEnding: ''Tales from Vader's Castle'' ends with Lina, Skritt, and Crater escaping alive, but Hudd was caught (and knowing Vader, probably killed) and [=XM-G3=] was killed.

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* BittersweetEnding: ''Tales from Vader's Castle'' ends with Lina, Skritt, and Crater escaping alive, but Hudd was caught (and knowing Vader, probably killed) and [=XM-G3=] was killed.killed. However, ''Return to Vader's Castle'' reveals Hudd is alive and his teammates are trying to rescue him.


* UnexplainedRecovery: It is revealed that Lina & Milo from ''Literature/AdventuresInWildSpace'' joined the rebels and lived to see at least one of their grandchildren grow up, though what exactly happened after the duo [[spoiler:returning to Lothal to help the Bridger transmissions]] and before now is currently unknown. [[AmbiguousSituation Nevermind that we don't know the fate of their parents, either.]]


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* UnexplainedRecovery: It is revealed that Lina & Milo from ''Literature/AdventuresInWildSpace'' joined the rebels and lived to see at least one of their grandchildren grow up, though what exactly happened after the duo [[spoiler:returning to Lothal to help the Bridger transmissions]] and before now is currently unknown. [[AmbiguousSituation Nevermind that we don't know the fate of their parents, either]].

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* BittersweetEnding: ''Tales from Vader's Castle'' ends with Lina, Skritt, and Crater escaping alive, but Hudd was caught (and knowing Vader, probably killed) and [=XM-G3=] was killed.

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** In Issue #1 of ''Tales From Vader's Castle'', Kanan's holocron has been emptied after the events of "Twin Suns", but Kanan and Hera are depicted with their Season 1-2 appearances. Possibly justified as Lina is recounting a story that Crater told her, so some details were lost and neither of them are indicated to have met Kanan before [[spoiler:his death]].


** Jaxxon's droid, Mel, appears to be a [[VideoGame/StarWarsKnightsOfTheOldRepublic T3-model droid]] or a successor down that line.

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** Jaxxon's droid, Mel, appears to be a [[VideoGame/StarWarsKnightsOfTheOldRepublic [[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic T3-model droid]] or a successor down that line.


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** The ghost that Kanan and Hera come across in the first issue of ''Tales From Vader's Castle'' is reminiscent of Eternal Rur from the ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsDoctorAphra Doctor Aphra]]'' comic. The ghost claims that centuries ago, he was a dark-sider who was stripped of his body by the Jedi and literally became a ghost in a machine. As a corporeal spirit, he is able to possess machines like Chopper. However, Eternal Rur turned out to be an [[AIIsACrapshoot AI that thought he was the ghost of Rur]].

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* OneDegreeOfSeparation: Agent Kallus once hired IG-88 to help him arrest Han and Chewbacca after the events of ''Film/{{Solo}}'', but before ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rebels]]''.


It has received a spin-off title tying in with the ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Forces of Destiny]]'' animated shorts, under the subtitle of ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Adventures: Forces of Destiny]]''.

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It has received a spin-off title tying in with the ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Forces of Destiny]]'' animated shorts, under the subtitle of ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsForcesOfDestiny Adventures: Forces of Destiny]]''.
Destiny]]''. In October 2018, it also received a similar spin-off title as a Halloween special, ''Tales From Vader's Castle''.



* BaitAndSwitch: After escorting the eggs to the Rebel Alliance, Jaxxon has his droid bring them in... only for him to trip and break the eggs, cuing a seeming MassOhCrap. Jaxxon then reveals that [[IKnowYouKnowIKnow he knew]] that Leia, Han, and the client actually gave him fake eggs as a diversion while Han escorted the ''real'' eggs.



** Jaxxon and Amaiza from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics return. they even mention aduba-3 and The Wheel.

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** Jaxxon and Amaiza from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics return. they even mention aduba-3 Aduba-3 and The Wheel.the Wheel.
** Jaxxon's droid, Mel, appears to be a [[VideoGame/StarWarsKnightsOfTheOldRepublic T3-model droid]] or a successor down that line.


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** If you haven't finished ''Literature/AdventuresInWildSpace'', it gets spoiled right away in the ''Tales from Wild Space'' segments that Lina, Milo, and Crater joined the Rebel Alliance after the events of the books and survived the Galactic Civil War.


** Jaxxon and Amaiza from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics return.

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** Jaxxon and Amaiza from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics return. they even mention aduba-3 and The Wheel.

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** In Issue #7 and #8, the ''Ghost'' crew is depicted with their Season 3 appearances, but they still have the original ''Phantom'', which was destroyed at the beginning of Season 3. It can't take place during the TimeSkip between Season 2 and 3, since Kanan was out of action during that time.


** Jaxxon from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics returns.

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** Jaxxon and Amaiza from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics returns.return.

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* CreepyCute: The acklay, that terrifying giant insect that nearly ate Obi-Wan in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', turns out to be downright adorable when tamed, licking Zeb and even ''purring''.


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* ForgotAboutHisPowers: Due to Ezra being the main animal tamer of the group, the ''Ghost'' crew spends a while running from the loose creatures before Kanan remembers he can tame them too.

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** Jaxxon from the [[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars original run of]] ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars Star Wars]]'' comics returns.


** Shepherd Squadron from "The Ghost Ship" participated in the [[VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefrontII2017 assault on Fondor Shipyards]] and the Battle of Jakku.

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** Shepherd Squadron from "The Ghost Ship" participated in the [[VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefrontII2017 assault on Fondor Shipyards]] and the Battle of Jakku. Rae Sloane is also mentioned.


* ContinuityNod: A ''Dynamic''-class freighter--the same model of ship as the ''Ebon Hawk'' from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''--appears as the ship of Zendiat and his crew. A ship of the same model was first [[CanonImmigrant recanonized]] in ''[[VideoGame/StarWarsUprising Uprising]]'' as [[TheCameo another cameo]].

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A ''Dynamic''-class freighter--the same model of ship as the ''Ebon Hawk'' from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''--appears as the ship of Zendiat and his crew. A ship of the same model was first [[CanonImmigrant recanonized]] in ''[[VideoGame/StarWarsUprising Uprising]]'' as [[TheCameo another cameo]].cameo]].
** Shepherd Squadron from "The Ghost Ship" participated in the [[VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefrontII2017 assault on Fondor Shipyards]] and the Battle of Jakku.


A comic book series in ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Legends]]'', ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsTales Tales]]'', delved into a similar premise.

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A comic book series in ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Legends]]'', ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsTales Tales]]'', delved into a similar premise.
premise, while the structure and target audience is comparable to its fellow Disney-owned property ''ComicBook/MarvelAdventures''.

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