Star Wars: Legacy #10

    Star Wars: Legacy » Star Wars: Legacy #10 - Trust Issues, Part Two released by Dark Horse Comics on March 1, 2007.

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    Once bitter enemies, Imperials loyal to the deposed Emperor Roan Fel meet with representatives from the remnants of the Galactice Alliance to discuss joining forces against the Sith. However, two spies have been thrown into the mix, each with different orders, their determination to complete their missions putting them on an explosive collision course.

    Meanwhile, Cade Skywalker remains missing, yet still pursued by those bent on ignoring his desire to be left alone.

    Will a new alliance be forged to defeat Darth Krayt's minions, or will betrayal shatter the galaxy's last best hope for freedom? Will Skywalker's refuge be discovered? More importantly, what will happen to those who find him? Find out in this pivotal issue of Star Wars Legacy!


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    With tensions already high between the Alliance and Empire, anything can set them off. Even a woman.Pros:Wow, Morrigan Corde is one interesting babe. Not only does she locates Cade Skywalker, she even sabotages the meeting between the Galactic Alliance and Empire causing even more tensions between the two. She's even a deadly assassin. She also has another secret of her own. She's actually Cade's Mother! I wonder if the reason Nyna hired her was because of that fact? For a retired Empire agent, ...

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