Last updated January Twenty one, 2016.
Three years ago, Disney bought Lucasfilm and a number of it is properties for $4 billion dollars. With that deal arrived the right to produce completely new movies, books, comic strips, games and toys based on the present Star Wars universe. However, considering that Lucasfilm had let the whole world of Star Wars expand so widely since the finish of the original trilogy with 1983, Disney determined it was best to clean the slate mostly thoroughly clean. The Mouse House tremendously streamlined the Star Wars galaxy, bringing out a new and enhanced canon for a new age.
This new canon would certainly still keep much of what made Star Wars so endearing to a large numbers of older fans, but it would also open the previously impregnable castle of the expanded universe for new fans by simply practically dismissing the entire thing. In the past three years, Disney world has been busy filling up the void left by the expanded universe. To prepare for the launch of Star Wars: The Drive Awakens we've carefully curated a new catalog of Star Wars' fresh history. This is the new Star Wars rule timeline.
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