Like many people, I recently finished season 2 of The Mandalorian and was left with a powerful hunger for more Star Wars in any form. I rewatched the original trilogy, read a selection of graphic novels and books (including Steve Perry's brilliant Shadows of the Empire), and—and best of all—decided to replay BioWare's classic Star Wars RPG, Knights of the Old Republic. Now, 8 months later after that obligatory deep dive into that galaxy far, far away, I'm ready to write myself a new adventure! As I dug deep into the plot, artwork, and voice actors in my mind, I knew that it was the right time to develop a full, brand new Jedi Knight cover concept that aptly merges my love for Star Wars with modern tabletop role-playing heroes.

Currently, Knights of the Old Republic is on track for SIX more chapters to add to its ledger next year, but right now protests are running ever so silently against the State of the Empire, from the ashes of the death of Darth Nihilus just two years earlier. And that's just the most recent crisis. If history can be metaphor for politics, perhaps the events leading to the Battle of Geonosis and the Battle of Naboo—as well as the events leading to the events leading to the Great Jedi Purge—will have significant ramifications for your Knights of the Old Republic roleplay.

To give you an idea of their gravity, check out the "Key" or "Optional" modules for Knights of the Old Republic to see how you could develop the war with the Jedi into a full Onslaught campaign.

With the fate of the galaxy in balance, now is the time for a true Jedi Knight!

Based on one of the best covers to date, by a guy known only as ImmortalRest — check him out on Facebook and Instagram !

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