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Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi - Redemption, originally titled Tales of the Jedi: The Redemption of Ulic Qel-Droma,[3] is a Star Wars Legends comic book miniseries written by Kevin J. Anderson.

It is the final series spun off from Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, and it ran from July 22, 1998 to November 25, 1998, following the release of The Fall of the Sith Empire in 1997.

Plot summary[]

''The time is ten years after the devastating Sith War, which turned Jedi against Jedi and wreaked great destruction on the Republic. Exar Kun, the self-proclaimed Dark Lord of the Sith, has been destroyed in his Massassi temples on the jungle moon of Yavin. His chief lieutenant, Ulic Qel-Droma, was stripped of his powers - blinded to the Force - by Nomi Sunrider, after he killed his own brother Cay.''

''Since that time, Ulic has isolated himself, wandering powerless and trying to hide from his past. He is a Jedi, and yet no longer a Jedi... Meanwhile, Nomi Sunrider, now a charismatic leader in the Republic and a spokesperson for the Jedi Knights, has called a great convocation, the first in a decade. She summons all the Jedi to Exis Station, an isolated space city which is the new home for many of their artifacts rescued from the destruction of Ossus.''

''But galactic politics have no further meaning for Ulic. Keeping his identity hidden, Ulic has commissioned Hoggon, a down-on-his-luck spacer, to take him to a quiet place where he can live out the rest of his days. He wishes only to hide from the Republic, become a hermit, and hope history will forget what he has done.''

''Hoggon ferries him to the isolated moon of Yavin 4, without knowing Ulic's own connection to the place....''




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