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[This story occurs during The Rebellion era]
Events that occur between 4 and 5 years after the Battle of Yavin.

[X-Wing Rogue Squadron: The Warrior Princess]

This story is collected in:

[X-Wing Omnibus - Volume 2]

X-Wing Rogue Squadron
Omnibus: Volume 2

and

[Epic Collection: The New Republic: Volume 2]

Epic Collection: The New
Republic: Volume 2


Comic Book series published October, December 1996, January & February 1997 as X-Wing Rogue Squadron #13, 14, 15 & 16 by Dark Horse Comics:

[issue 13][issue 14]

Issue #13Issue #14

[issue 15][issue 16]

Issue #15Issue #16


The Warrior Princess
COMIC STORY
Michael A. Stackpole, Scott Tolson, John Nadeau, Jordi Ensign et al.
Dark Horse Comics
Story published as:
Comic Book series (1996-1997)
Graphic Novel (1998, 2006, 2016)
Alternative language(s):[Also published in French language][Also published in German language]

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Synopsis:
The squadron's roster has contained Corellian heroes and Alderaanian fighter aces, but when the royal court of Eiattu comes to reclaim their princess from the ranks of Rogue Squadron, it's a surprise to everyone: especially the princess!
When the royal court of Eiattu came to Rogue Squadron to collect their princess -- Plourr Ilo, who was unaware of her heritage, they did so to help put an end to their planet's internal rebellion. They reasoned that a strong figurehead might pull the people together, what they couldn't know was that a strong-willed princess might have her own view of how things should be run.
Crown, crown, who's got the crown? Plourr Ilo has reluctantly taken it on, but finds being a princess can be even rougher than being a warrior. Her brother instead wants to destroy the crown, not knowing that his own lover intends to claim, not only the crown, but the planet for herself! And as the different factions battle it out, the Empire waits in the wings, waiting to claim whatever remains. But standing in their way is the fabled Rogue Squadron and they've decided to take out the Empire, one TIE fighter at a time!
This man making a bid for the throne of the Royal Citadel of Eiattu, this man who would lead the Peoples' Liberation Battalion to rule this world, claims to be the brother of the current ruler, Princess Plourr. But Plourr knows, with great certainty, that this cannot be. To reveal the truth might destroy his power, but it could, in turn, destroy her as well.


Chronology:
This story occurs approximately four and a half years after the Battle of Yavin.

Related Stories (in chronological order):

The following novels are sequels to the above stories, and are set from 6 years after the Battle of Yavin during the period of The New Republic, in chronological order:



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