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  1. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    New SSD Photos & Info

    I’m here at Gencon with and exhibitor badge and let me tell you, that thing is amazingly B E A U T I F U L ! 😍 Come sit on my face Q1 2019!
  2. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    STAR WARS: REBELS Discussion Thread!

    Keeping @Captain Lackwit Thread alive
  3. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    THE CLONE WARS: FINAL SEASONS TO BE FINISHED (OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT)

    I am at San Diego Comic Con and was one of the few people who knew about this Amazing news a few months out, I may even have dropped a hint here. Even knowing of this my eyes may have watered a bit as the crowd roared at the news. The Force is Strong with the Fans! Let’s start a wish list of what we want to see in the final season. Me, Moff Tarkin and a Victory Class please! edit @Captain Lackwit that video is number one on Youtube and Reddit. Good job with the assist!
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    I Want to Recreate this Scene in Legion

    Death to Traitors!
  5. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    A New Order

  6. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Grand Moff vs Dark Lord, A Love Story

    Please place your bets. Thank you.
  7. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    TX - 225 Occupier

  8. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Keri Russell to join cast of Episode IX

    Story
  9. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Jedi Master Luke vs Captain America

    😆🤙🏻
  10. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    A New Order

    Master vs Padawan
  11. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Thrawn Alliances

    @LostFleet @jamie nasmyth PLEASE DO. It is an exceptional book in its own right. All we know today as Grand Admiral Thrawn were birthed on those pages. I could not readily advocate another EU book as this one. The whole Thrawn Trilogy is worth your time. Short story. I was working at West End Games when we were informed that an author was about to come out with a New Star Wars Trilogy. We were a little excited, for a LONG while we West End Games was the sole source of new Star Wars material, and we were very niche even for the Star Wars community, remember these were the days Pre Wookieepedia and the huge Star Wars renaissance. We were contacted by the publisher and later the author who was at the time unknown to us. They politely requested all the materials we had on ... well everything. Some very key questions came up, about Interdictors, what was the capital of The Galaxy, what did a Sith look like. (I won’t spoil some of the major plot points here.) About 18 months past and we then got a few advanced copies of the book know as Heir to The Empire. Let me tell you how we fought over who for to read those early copies. This book is, and I mean this, one of the FINEST Star Wars novels ever made. It is The Empire Strikes Back of the EU Novels hands down. Many of the material in the book is Canon again, and I strongly urge you to please read it. I envy the fun you will have reading it the first time.
  12. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Thrawn Alliances

    San Diego Comic Con Cover Exclusive Excerpt and Narration of Anakin and Mitth’raw’nuruodo meeting. Listen to the audio to hear how his name is supposed to be said kids.
  13. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Thrawn Alliances (Cover, Audio and Exceprt)

    I love that. San Diego Comic Con cover for the novel. 🥂 Also was posted on StarWars.com about sixteen hours after it hit most Star Wars boards. In this exclusive excerpt below, we find a young Anakin on a personal quest when he crosses paths with a mysterious commander from the Chiss Ascendancy… [spoilers] Taking a final look at the nav display, Anakin pointed the Actis toward the horizon and poured power to the drive— Abruptly, R2-D2 trilled a warning. “What is it?” Anakin said, frowning as he checked his rear display. And felt the back of his neck tingle. There was a ship back there, the size of a medium freighter but of unknown configuration. Settling into orbit right beside his hyperdrive ring. “Unknown ship, this is General Anakin Skywalker of the Galactic Republic,” he called. “Identify yourself and state your purpose.” Nothing. Maybe they didn’t communicate on any of the Repub­lic’s standard frequencies. Or, more likely this far out, didn’t speak Galactic Basic. Anakin pursed his lips, running through his list of trade languages. He knew Huttese and Jawa Trade Language fairly well, but Batuu was a long way from Hutt influence. Meese Caulf? He was a bit far out for that, but it was the best he had. “Unidentified ship, this is General Anakin Skywalker of the Galactic Republic,” he said, working hard to wrap his mouth around the Meese Caulf words and hoping he was getting the grammatical structure right. “You are intruding on Re­public equipment and interfering with a Republic mission. I order you to pull back and identify yourself.” “I greet you,” a calm voice came back in the same language. “Did you give your name as General Skywalker?” “I did,” Anakin said, frowning. “Why, have you heard of me?” “No, not at all,” the other said. “I was merely surprised. Let me as­sure you I mean no harm to you or your equipment. I merely wished a closer look at this interesting device.” “Glad to hear it,” Anakin said. “You’ve had your look. Pull back as ordered.” There was a pause. Then, at a leisurely pace, the ship drifted away from the ring. “May I ask what brings a Republic envoy to this part of space?” the intruder asked. “May I ask what business it is of yours?” Anakin countered. It wasn’t very polite, but he wasn’t feeling in a particularly polite mood. Every minute he was stuck out here making sure this prowler be­haved himself was a minute he couldn’t spend looking for Padmé. “You can be on your way at any time.” “On my way?” “To continue your travels,” Anakin said. “To go wherever you were going before you stopped to look at my hyperdrive ring.” Another silence. The alien ship, to Anakin’s annoyance, had halted its sideways drift and was now pacing the hyperdrive ring at a dis­tance of a hundred meters. Still far too close for comfort. “Yes, I could continue on my way,” the intruder said. “But it might be more useful for me to assist you in your quest.” R2-D2 gave a puzzled twitter. “I already told you I was on a Re­public mission,” Anakin said. “It’s not a quest.” “Yes, I recall your words,” the intruder assured him. “But I find it hard to believe that a Republic at war would send a lone man in a lone fighter craft on a mission. I find it more likely that you travel on a personal quest.” “I’m on a mission,” Anakin ground out. This was starting to be really irritating. “Directly ordered here by Supreme Chancellor Pal­patine himself.” Not that Palpatine even knew Anakin was here, of course, let alone sanctioning the mission. But if the stranger had heard of the Clone Wars he’d surely heard of Palpatine, and dropping the chancellor’s name might add some weight to his side of the con­versation. “And I don’t have time for this.” “Agreed,” the other said. “Perhaps it would be best if I were to sim­ply show you the location of the ship you seek.” Anakin’s hands tightened on the yoke. “Explain,” he said quietly. “I know where the Nubian ship landed,” the intruder said. “I know the pilot is missing.” Anakin ground his teeth. “So you intercepted a private transmis­sion?” “I have my own sources of information,” the intruder said, his voice still calm. “Like you, I seek information, on that and other mat­ters. Also like you I’m alone, without the resources to successfully investigate. Perhaps in alliance with a Republic general we may find the answers both of us seek.” “Interesting offer,” Anakin said. And now, finally, he was close enough. Taking a deep breath, he stretched out to the Force. The intruder wasn’t human, though of course Anakin had already guessed that. He was near-human, though, like many other species in the Republic. But the texture of his mind was unlike anything Anakin had ever touched before. It was neat and well ordered, the patterns of thought flowing smoothly and precisely in ways not unlike those of scientists or mathematicians. But the content of that flow, and the muted emo­tions accompanying it, were completely opaque. It was like a neat and precise array of unfamiliar numbers. “So what answers are you looking for?” “I wish to more fully understand this conflict in which you’re em­broiled,” the intruder said. “I wish answers of right and wrong, of order and chaos, of strength and weakness, of purpose and reaction.” There was a slight pause; and when the voice came back there was a new formality to it. “You asked my identity. I am now prepared to give it. I am Commander Mitth’raw’nuruodo, officer of the Expan­sionary Defense Fleet, servant of the Chiss Ascendancy. On behalf of my people, I ask your assistance in learning of this war before it sweeps its disaster over our own worlds.” “Fine,” Anakin said. “Whenever you’re ready.” “I’ll make preparations at once,” Mitth’raw’nuruodo said. “One additional thought. Chiss names are difficult for many species to properly pronounce. I suggest you address me by my core name: Thrawn.” “That’s all right, Mitth’raw’nuruodo,” Anakin said. Did this being go out of his way to be annoying and condescending? “I think I can handle it.” “Mitth’raw’nuruodo,” the alien said. “That’s what I said,” Anakin said. “Mitth’raw’nuruodo.” “It’s pronounced Mitth’raw’nuruodo.” “Yes. Mitth’raw’nuruodo.” “Mitth’raw’nuruodo.” Anakin clenched his teeth. He could hear a slight difference be­tween his pronunciation and the alien’s. But he couldn’t figure out how to correct his version. “Fine,” he growled. “Thrawn.” “Thank you,” Mitth’raw’nuruodo—Thrawn—said. “It will make things easier. My shuttle is prepared. Let us depart.”
  14. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Thrawn Alliances (Cover, Audio and Exceprt)

    San Diego Comic Con Cover Exclusive Excerpt and Audio
  15. Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

    Sorastro's Painting

    By the old gods and the new, look at the level of detail in the armour. I can’t say I even see that kind of detail in my real everyday life. But then again I’m in New York and we eschew eye contact.
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