A master of Sith lore and of the ways of the dark side, Wyyrlok constantly searches for cures to his master's malady, having even journeyed to the galaxy's Deep Core to confront the spirit of Darth Andeddu. Darth Maladi is the head of Sith Intelligence and Assassination , and an expert in the methods of assassination and torture. Having been trained by Darth Krayt himself, she is also adept with a lightsaber, and is an expert in Sith alchemy.
Vul Isen is a member of the One Sith but he was trained as a scientist, not as a warrior. This earned him the title Butcher of Dac.
He was later killed by Cade Skywalker. Following the fall of the Galactic Alliance at the Battle of Caamas , the wiley and determined Admiral Gar Stazi has led the remnants of the Alliance Fleet in a campaign of harassment against the Sith Empire, becoming more of a threat with each passing year.
His most recent campaign was the capture of the Imperial Star Destroyer the Imperious , which led to Darth Krayt's attempted genocide of the Mon Calamari. As a result, Stazi opened up talks with Emperor Roan Fel, despite being distrustful of the man. Veed aided the Sith in their victory over the Galactic Alliance in the Sith—Imperial War, and believed that he would assume the throne. However, his ambitions have certainly not ceased. Director of Imperial Intelligence and the lover of Morlish Veed, Calixte is every bit as cunning and ambitious as her partner.
The Sith originally approached the Empire through her. Calixte leads a double life as Imperial Intelligence agent Morrigan Corde, who is often hired by Veed, who himself has no idea that the two women are one and the same.
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A former pirate and mentor to Cade Skywalker, Rav now runs a bounty-clearing house on Socorro. Providing services and materials to bounty hunters, Rav keeps many in his debt he firmly believes that one's only true loyalty is to themselves, and has sold his loyalty to Cade to the Sith, swearing to provide Darth Maladi any information on his former apprentice.
A descendant of Luke Skywalker , Kol was an honor-driven leader of the Jedi Council , who hoped to bring the Yuuzhan Vong back into the galaxy's trust. His efforts, however, were sabotaged by the Sith, an act which led to the outbreak of the Sith—Imperial War. Kol was killed during the Massacre at Ossus while allowing a large number of Jedi to escape, including his son Cade. Kol did not appear as a Force ghost until seven years after his death, revealing to his son that Cade's own anger had kept him away. He left the Jedi Order before the purge but continues to offer advice and assistance to his nephew Cade and his crew.
She took part in the battle that resulted in her brother escaping the sith temple, and later was recruited by her mother to work for Imperial Intelligence on Tatooine with a mission to capture Cade aided by her mother's alter-ego Morrigan Corde. Cade escaped and Gunn learned the truth about Cade and Corde they are her brother and mother but refused to believe it. She later returned to Skull Squadron.
Although Legacy was designed to be enjoyed independently of any Star Wars novels,  the state of the galaxy in ABY still draws on many elements from the post- Return of the Jedi novels published by Bantam Spectra and Del Rey , which shaped the state of the galaxy following the death of Emperor Palpatine. Fans have often expressed their desire to see Jedi from Luke Skywalker's order appear in Legacy , such as Lowbacca , a member of the long-lived Wookiee species. John Ostrander has replied to these claims, stating that using a character from that era would compromise what the authors of Del Rey's novels could do with them.
The Sea Leviathan , attacking Mon Calamari. Issue 0 of Legacy made reference to the Rings of Coruscant , which was possibly intended as a reference to the rings Coruscant received in The New Jedi Order: Traitor , but which disappeared after The New Jedi Order: Darth Bane's holocron was shown to have an Orbalisk Armored Gatekeeper.
This, however, contradicts with Darth Bane: Rule of Two ' s account of Bane having his armor removed prior to succeeding in crafting a holocron.
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It is later explained in Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil that Bane chose to represent himself in his Orbalisk armor, in an effort to inspire fear and to conceal a majority of his true face. Darth Krayt's Sith Empire appears in the nine-book series Legacy of the Force , which began its publishing run just one month before Legacy. Tempest , released in November , Lumiya hints to Alema Rar that there may be other Sith in the galaxy. Inferno , released in August , Alema discovers these Sith on Korriban, who identify themselves to her as the One Sith, a name that would not be used in Legacy until Issue 27 ,  released one year later.
John Ostrander has stated that it was the choice of the Legacy of the Force planning team to include the One Sith. Legacy is a part of Star Wars: As the latest comic series in the chronology, Legacy was allotted the final four of the twelve issues. Within these issues, Celeste Morne , the protagonist of Vector , is discovered by Cade Skywalker, and joins him on his quest to assassinate Darth Krayt. Darth Krayt was featured in Fate of the Jedi: Apocalypse , the last novel in the Fate of the Jedi series. Darth Krayt is aware of Abeloth and fears she can pose a threat to his plans.
The releases of Issue 0 and Issue 1 were anticipated by many fans, and received largely positive reviews. Ostrander and Duursema continued to address fans' concerns; Ostrander stated: When the first story arc, Broken , was all said and done, Legacy had quickly become a favorite of many Expanded Universe fans. Cade gets some love at Celebration IV. The second volume of Legacy , Shards , was similarly well-received by both casual and hardcore fans. Things From Another World staff member Josh wrote: Shards is the second volume in what I think is the best Star Wars Comic ever.
Blake Matthews of Blog Critics Magazine wrote that the third volume, Claws of the Dragon "had some big payoffs and advanced the plot of the series further. While reviewing Issue 23 at geeksofdoom. However, he criticized the series for including what he called drawn-out and boring issues that didn't seem to accomplish anything, and stated that he would stop reading the series if it continued to fluctuate in tone and depth.
Issues of Legacy routinely sell over 30, copies,   making it Dark Horse's second-highest grossing comic, falling only behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Discussion on a new issue of Legacy at the Jedi Council forums will routinely spawn hundreds of posts,   while discussion on Dark Horse's Rebellion and Dark Times comics are often considerably smaller. It should be noted, however, that Dark Horse's newest series in , Star Wars: Invasion , which spans the Yuuzhan Vong War , may draw some competition to this.
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The franchise does pretty well for DH so, to my mind, that was a gutsy gamble. Even with the large gap, there are some things that the comic team needed direction on such as what would the Jedi academy look like? What has happened to Coruscant? Legacy may not be how you see the SW Universe or what you want to see from it and that's perfectly fair. But Jan and I love SW, too. And we have a lot of experience at what we do. Their's [sic] is a funky, down and dirty Star Wars that actually reminds me of the original Star Wars film trilogy, where much of the infrastructure and technology is old and rundown.
Densely written and focusing on political history and intrigue, Legacy also feels like a novel. Duursema's art is a close cousin to Al Williamson's Star Wars comics. Together Ostrander and Duursema have created a dark vision of Star Wars' future history, but one with hope and the anticipation of lots of good storytelling.
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March 28 , Claws of the Dragon. June 25 , Claws of the Dragon, Part 1. Claws of the Dragon, Part 2. August 8 , Claws of the Dragon, Part 3.
September 12 , Claws of the Dragon, Part 4. October 31 , Claws of the Dragon, Part 5. Claws of the Dragon, Part 6. The pages were printed by hand using a Columbian hand press. The outer boards are veneered in wood that has been treated with silver pigment and lined with scarlet endpapers. D'Angelines, as the citizens are called, are descended from Blessed Elua and his band of fallen angels.
Elua was born when the blood of the crucified Yeshua ben Yosef, the son of the One God, mixed with the tears of the Magdalene and then was quickened by Mother Earth. Scorned by his grandfather, the One God , Elua wandered the Earth with eight companion angels. After years of wandering, Elua and his companions settled in the land that would become Terre d'Ange. Elua espoused the precept "Love as thou wilt" and he and his companions inter-bred with the native populace, creating the D'Angeline people.
Elua himself is a cross between Dionysus and a wandering fertility god associated with nature, love, and liberty. Kushiel's Legacy is set about one thousand years after the time of Elua, and the D'Angeline people worship him and his eight companions as gods. They live by his precept, "Love as thou wilt," and, since Naamah sold her body at times to support Elua during their wanderings, consider prostitution to be a sacred service. This service is regulated by its own guild. Furthermore, to serve in the Court of Night-Blooming Flowers , composed of several Houses, each with their own interpretation of Naamah's reasons for prostituting herself, is regarded as the highest pinnacle in Naamah's Service.
Terre d'Ange is divided into seven provinces, each with a companion as its patron deity. Cassiel, who eschewed mortal love and never fully rejected the One God, is the only companion without a province. The Cassiline Brotherhood , however, follows the ways and philosophy of Cassiel and have a prominent role in d'Angeline society.
At the beginning of the series relations are generally good with Terre d'Ange's neighboring countries of Aragonia , Caerdicca Unitas , and distant Khebbel-im-Akkad. Skaldia , however, has long sought to conquer the D'Angelines. They also have good relations with Alba and Eire though scarce given the impact of the Master of the Straits. The third trilogy within the Kushiel Universe follows Moirin, a half-d'Angeline and half- Alban descendant of House Courcel , approximately years after Kushiel's Legacy.
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