Ezra appears without warning in a familiar yet entirely different reality, one that stretches the limits of his will. He needs to find answers to try to make sense of all of this and return things as they were... answers he is not ready for.
"It's hard to wake up from a nightmare if you aren't even asleep."
Canon divergence from right after "In the Name of the Rebellion".
Fandoms: Star Wars: Rebels, Star Wars: Thrawn Series - Timothy Zahn (2017), Star Wars - All Media Types, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
09 Jul 2019
Thrawn's plan is precisely following his design. The Empire has discovered him on his planet of exile, and he has an audience with the Emperor to present his case. Emperor Palpatine, however, senses disloyalty in the Chiss and sentences him to servitude for being a spy and Jedi sympathizer...
Years later, Thrawn is finally given a chance for a sort of redemption- working to protect Lothal from a Rebel threat. Imperial Agent Alexsandr Kallus senses that the Chiss must be kept on a short leash, and perhaps his suspicions are not entirely unwarranted. The question now is whether Thrawn will serve as the Empire's war dog, or find hope in the kindness of the local supply master, Eli Vanto, and forge an entirely new fate for himself outside of his sentence.
An alternate universe following the Thrawn novel to the events of A New Hope in which only a single variable is changed and the ripple effect of this is explored.
Bookmarked by Ashlan_Zeal
05 Sep 2018