Based on the speculated events are supposed to occur in Episode 3, this is a tale about how Anakin regains consciousness prematurely on the operating table with no memory of his identity or past events. Little does he know what is about to occur...
During the Gungans'victory parade on Naboo, a familiar name triggers a memory for the Queen's science advisor Graf Zapalo. He tells his son a story of two Gungan youngsters and a patrol rider who come to the aid of a lost and hunted human.
Two missing security officers, an abandoned Gungan homestead, and a mysterious plume of smoke brings Captains Panaka and Tarpals to a remote part of Naboo that hides a different group of unwelcome guests. Takes place four months after the events of "The Phantom Menace".
When Anakin and Padmé leave Coruscant during Episode II, the handmaiden Dormé stays behind to fool any more assassins that would try for a third attempt on the Senator’s life. Unfortunately for her, she has played the role all too well, for a new bounty hunter, one that has never missed its mark, has set sights on the bounty on Senator Padmé Amidala’s head....
Attempting to find a cure for a critically ill Luke, Han travels to a backwater planet in the armpit of the galaxy, piloting an aging freighter discarded by the Alliance because it was unsafe to fly. With time running out for Luke, Han figures things couldn't get much worse.
He's been known to be wrong before.
They are icons of an Empire’s might; while the Rebels have their vaunted X-wings, the Galactic Empire is defended by its legions of heroic TIE fighter pilots.
The 181st Imperial Fighter Group, the most elite fighting unit of the Imperial Navy was once led by Baron Soontir Fel. Now with Fel’s defection and the attrition from Brentaal, the 181st is left to Fel’s second, Major Turr Phennir. Now he must reform the fighter group and build it back up to its former glory.