Star Wars Visions: Ronin: A Visions Novel (Inspired by The Duel). A mysterious ex-Sith wanders the galaxy in this stunning Star Wars story, an original novel inspired by The Duel from Star Wars Visions animated anthology. The JD is the most loyal servant of the empire. Two decades ago, the JD clan clashed in the service of hostile lords. Sick by this endless cycle, a community of JD rebelled, seeking to control their own destiny and claim power in the service of a master. They call themselves Sith. The Sith rebellion fails, surrenders to infighting and betrayal, and the one-time rival lords unite to build an empire. But even an empire in peace is not free from violence.
Star Wars Visions: Ronin
At the edge of the outer rim, a former Seth wanders, with only a faithful Droid and a less civilized age ghost. He carried a lightsaber, but did not claim to belong to any JD group and did not obey any lord. Very little is known about him, including his name, because he never spoke of his past or his regrets. Her history is as secure as the red blade of destruction that she carries on the sheets beside her. As the galaxy’s perpetual cycle of violence hinders his self-imposed exile, and he is forced to confront a mysterious bandit claiming the Sith title, it becomes clear that no amount of wandering will allow him to overcome the fears of his former life.
Star Wars Visions: Ronin: A Visions Novel (Inspired by The Duel)
Disturbed by his past, an old warrior travels to a foreign state during his self-imposed exile. He carried a lightsaber. But he was not a JD. He does not serve their Lord. He once called himself Sith, but now swears to end their obscenity. The only companion he trusted was his faithful Droid, B5-56. He is Ronin. Panicked by the ghost of a witch, this warrior teamed up with some unlikely allies. Together, they seek out the evil that has plagued the galaxy and the ghostly memories of the past lie at rest.
Star Wars Visions: Ronin is Emma Mieko Candon’s first novel. Inspired by the folklore of their Japanese roots, Kandon serves a story that no one else does. With hints of some real characters and lots of light service battles, this is a book that any Star Wars fan will enjoy. But the lines between good and evil are somewhat blurred with Candon’s story, and B5-56 can be a druid with the most attitude. Influenced by the rich mythology of Japan, this book can reach a wide audience. You don’t have to be a fan of original stories to enjoy this dreamy novel.
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