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[The New Republic]
Events that occur between 5 and 25 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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The Trouble with Squibs
SHORT STORY
Troy Denning
Paizo Publishing
Published as:
Short Story (2003, 2006)

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Synopsis:
Han and Leia have heard about yet another sale of Alderaanian art, this time on the underwater gambling world of Pavo Prime. They take Chewie and C-3PO along to help get it back. Unfortunately, they run into their old Squib friends Emala and Sligh. The two need Han and Leia's help in retrieving another piece of artwork entitled Second Chance. In exchange for getting the artwork, the Squibs will hand over secret Imperial plans for a shield busting missile. Han and Leia agree, but little do they know that the Squibs have become entangled with New Republic Intelligence, the Imperials led by Grand Admiral Thrawn, and the gambling underworld of Pavo Prime led by Ludlo Lebauer. It will take all of their skills and luck to survive the encounter.


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This story occurs approximately 8 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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