When does the series take place in the Star Wars timeline?

When does the series take place in the Star Wars timeline?
When does the series take place in the Star Wars timeline?

Tales of the Empire was put online on Disney+ this Saturday, May 4. But when does the new animated series take place in the Star Wars timeline?

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The Star Wars universe has been declined in all forms. After Tales of the Jedi where the past of Count Dooku and the heroine Ahsoka Tano was explored, place Tales of the Empire which will be available this Saturday, May 4 on Disney+. This new animated series highlights Morgan Elsbeth, a witch from Dathomir who appeared in season 2 of The Mandalorian and in the series Ahsoka which will finally have a season 2. The second anti-heroine highlighted in Tales of the Empire is Barriss Offee, a former Jedi apprentice who fell into disgrace after planning an attack on the Jedi Order and trying to frame Ahsoka by making her appear to be the culprit.

Tales of the Empire will take place at two key moments in the universe Star Wars

Tales of the Empire will take place at several points in the Star Wars universe. The origins of Morgan Elsbeth begin during the Clone Wars. As for the story of Barriss Offee, it continues just after the fall of the Republic and the beginning of the Empire. This part should then take place during this period, while the Empire is experiencing its beginnings. The series synopsis explains that young Morgan Elsbeth navigates the expanding Imperial world towards the path of vengeance where she will appear alongside Grand Admiral Thrawn. Barriss Offee does everything to survive in a rapidly evolving galaxy and cross paths with the Grand Inquisitor.

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Tales of the Empire online for a special day

Two other emblematic figures of the Empire will appear in this new series. These are General Grievous and the famous Darth Vader. Dave Filoni is, just like for Tales of Jedithe creator and screenwriter of this new animated series, the production of which he also supervises. And if Tales of the Empire was put online this Saturday, May 4, it’s no coincidence: it’s Star Wars Day, aka “May the 4th”reference to the cult phrase of the saga “May the force be with you” (“May the force be with you” in French) ! For the occasion, all episodes will be available on Disney+.

Article written with the collaboration of 6médias.

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