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* {{Acrofatic}}: In combination with her [[StoutStrength strength]] and [[{{Kevlard}} durability]], Niima the Hutt is surprisingly agile for a Hutt, moving with enough force to topple an Imperial shuttle.


*** [[spoiler:Turns out Snoke's mobil command post is not the''Eclipse'' but a different and far larger ship called the ''Ascendancy''.]]

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*** [[spoiler:Turns out Snoke's mobil mobile command post is not the''Eclipse'' but a different and far larger ship called the ''Ascendancy''.''Supremacy''.]]


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* {{Acrofatic}}: Niima the Hutt is lot more physically tougher than you would expect a Hutt to be.


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* {{Kevlard}}: Niima the Hutt is lot physically tougher than you would expect a Hutt to be, as she's able to withstand blaster bolts. [[StoutStrength She's also strong enough to topple an Imperial shuttle]].


* [[spoiler:ApocalypseHow: Rax, as ordered by Palpatine, attempts to [[EarthShatteringKaboom blow up Jakku]] by throwing Sith artifacts into the planet's core, causing a Class X apocalypse Planetary-scale Physical Annihilation. Their actual goal, however, is to destroy as much of the galaxy's military as possible, having it lured here for that reason, [[CivilizationDestroyer in order to invoke a Societal Collapse]].]]

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* [[spoiler:ApocalypseHow: Rax, ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler:Rax, as ordered by Palpatine, attempts to [[EarthShatteringKaboom blow up Jakku]] by throwing Sith artifacts into the planet's core, causing a Class X apocalypse Planetary-scale Physical Annihilation. Their actual goal, however, is to destroy as much of the galaxy's military as possible, having it lured here for that reason, [[CivilizationDestroyer in order to invoke a Societal Collapse]].]]

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* [[spoiler:ApocalypseHow: Rax, as ordered by Palpatine, attempts to [[EarthShatteringKaboom blow up Jakku]] by throwing Sith artifacts into the planet's core, causing a Class X apocalypse Planetary-scale Physical Annihilation. Their actual goal, however, is to destroy as much of the galaxy's military as possible, having it lured here for that reason, [[CivilizationDestroyer in order to invoke a Societal Collapse]].]]

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** The events of ''Comicbook/StarWarsLando'', where Lando is tasked with stealing a ship that turns out to belong to Emperor Palpatine himself, are also referenced.

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** Just like in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', Jar Jar has been living in exile, this time for inadvertently helping Palpatine rise to power.

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* BlingBlingBang: Lando carries a beautifully engraved Rossmoyne Vitiator pistol during the liberation of Cloud City. He ends up buying a similar one as a gift for Han and Leia's unborn son.


* EnemyMine: Norra and Sloane find themselves teaming up in order to bring down Rax.



** When he gets damaged at one point, Mr. Bones suddenly starts talking ''exactly'' like HK-47 from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''.

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** When he gets damaged at one point, Mr. Bones suddenly starts talking ''exactly'' like HK-47 from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''.briefly channels [[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic HK-47]], right down to the assassin droid's unique manner of speech.



* SynchronousEpisodes: The Battle of Jakku also takes place from the perspectives of [[Literature/LostStars Ciena and Thane]], the Blade Squadron in ''Blade Squadron: Jakku'', and the soldiers in ''[[VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015 Battlefront]]''.

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* SynchronousEpisodes: The Battle of Jakku also takes place from the perspectives of [[Literature/LostStars Ciena and Thane]], the Blade Squadron in ''Blade Squadron: Jakku'', and the soldiers in both ''[[VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015 Battlefront]]''.Battlefront]]'' and its [[VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefrontII2017 sequel]].



** [[spoiler:Rax is Palpatine's contingency plan. Not only did Palpatine want to destroy the Rebellion and other civilians in the event he dies by having Rax lead the Imperial Remnant in his place, but to also destroy the ''Empire'' itself, because he wanted the Galaxy all to himself and no one else. Had Rax succeeded, it's possible that he would've taken at least half or two-thirds of the Galaxy down with him. This was touched upon in ''ComicBook/ShatteredEmpire''.]]
** [[spoiler:Two in a row during the space battel above Jakku: The mortally wounded Imperial Star Destroyer ''Punishment'' [[RammingAlwaysWorks does a kamikaze run on a Republic ship]], destroying both ships. The debris from that collision then slam into Commodore Agate's ship, the ''Concord'', forcing Agate to order a full evacuation. But Agate stays onboard and quickly improvises a plan that leads to the Imperial flagship ''Ravager'' [[ColonyDrop being dragged down into Jakku's surface]] by the dying ''Concord''.]]

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** [[spoiler:Rax is Palpatine's contingency plan. Not only did Palpatine want wish to destroy the Rebellion and other civilians in the event he dies of his death by having Rax lead the Imperial Remnant in his place, but to also destroy the ''Empire'' itself, because he wanted the Galaxy galaxy all to himself and no one else. Had Rax succeeded, it's possible that he would've taken at least half or two-thirds of the Galaxy down with him. This was touched upon in ''ComicBook/ShatteredEmpire''.]]
** [[spoiler:Two in a row during the space battel battle above Jakku: The mortally wounded Imperial Star Destroyer ''Punishment'' [[RammingAlwaysWorks does a kamikaze run on a Republic ship]], destroying both ships. The debris from that collision then slam into Commodore Agate's ship, the ''Concord'', forcing Agate to order a full evacuation. But Agate stays onboard and quickly improvises a plan that leads to the Imperial flagship ''Ravager'' [[ColonyDrop being dragged down into Jakku's surface]] by the dying ''Concord''.]]

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* RealityEnsues: As Leia sadly realizes, an adrenaline junkie like Han is going out of his mind with boredom in the more hundrum roles of husband and father.


* UnexpectedCharacter: Given that [[PutOnABus Jar Jar had never been mentioned in any canon material after the reboot]], his cameo here is fairly surprising.


''Empire's End'' is the third and final novel in the ''Aftermath'' Trilogy by Chuck Wendig, following ''[[Literature/StarWarsAftermath Star Wars: Aftermath]]'' and ''[[Literature/AftermathLifeDebt Star Wars Aftermath: Life Debt]]''. It was released on February 21st, 2017.

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''Empire's End'' is the third and final novel in the ''Aftermath'' Trilogy [[Literature/StarWarsTheAftermathTrilogy the]] ''[[Literature/StarWarsTheAftermathTrilogy Aftermath]]'' [[Literature/StarWarsTheAftermathTrilogy trilogy]] by Chuck Wendig, following ''[[Literature/StarWarsAftermath Star Wars: Aftermath]]'' and ''[[Literature/AftermathLifeDebt Star Wars Aftermath: Life Debt]]''. It was released on February 21st, 2017.

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* VaguenessIsComing: Just ''what'' is out there in the Unknown Regions that gave ''Palpatine'' concern? It's implied to have something to do with Snoke.

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