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Brotherhood will finally answer a lingering question from Revenge of the Sith

Star Wars: Brotherhood will give Star Wars fans answers to a question that has been lingering since Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith opened in 2005: what was it “this case on Caton Neimoidia? Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker will have a big year in 2022. The two characters return for the Obi wan kenobi streaming series on Disney +. (Additionally, Anakin will appear in the next Ahsoka series.) Star Wars: Brotherhood released in May. The novel takes place in the days that follow Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones. Obi-Wan and Anakin were promoted to the Jedi Council and Jed Knight, respectively. Now they are sent to fight in the Clone Wars (an era previously depicted in Dark Horse Comics’ Clone Wars era comics, which are no longer canon).

Mike Chen wrote the novel. This week, Lucasfilm revealed the cover of Laura Racero’s book. His work represents the Jedi duo as they would have appeared at this point in their life. You can take a look below.

(Photo: Laura Racero, Lucasfilm)

Look closely and you will notice the city on the mountains in the background of the cover. This town is Cato Neimoidia, a Neimodian colony that was the pride and joy of the Separatist-aligned Trade Federation. Fans will finally find out what exactly happened there when Obi-Wan and Anakin visited.

The story begins shortly after Attack of the Clones. There is an explosion on Cato Neimoidia, and the Federation of Commerce blames the Republic. The Jedi Council sends Obi-Wan to investigate. He soon senses the presence of the dark side Force carrier Asajj Ventress. Despite being ordered to stay away, Anakin Skywalker heads for Cato Neimodia and Obi-Wan’s help.

fraternity opens with Anakin and Obi-Wan recently promoted to Jedi Knight and Jedi Council, but feeling a little unsure of how to go about it, as war speeds things up so quickly that the Jedi rush into battle without having the chance to really go, ‘Why are we doing this? Who are these clones? ‘”Said Chen StarWars.com. “For our two heroes, they balance their feelings about it while trying to live their lives without being attached to each other, and the story examines how the two come to realize that not only do they need the each other, but that they are better Jedi (and people!) when connected. “

What do you think? Are you eager to read Star Wars: Brotherhood? Let us know what you think in the comments section. Star Wars: Brotherhood by Mike Chen is released on May 10.