found the author's you tube channel and asked him if he will update the document in the future, when and if he answer I will tell to you all what he sayed.That's an awesome resource, but unfortunately he decided to stop updating it in August 2018.
Yeah in the introduction to his last update, he talks about how he's retiring to focus on family.found the author's you tube channel and asked him if he will update the document in the future, when and if he answer I will tell to you all what he sayed.
He answered, he sayed that he retired.
Release order is always safest, but in my opinion, if you’ve already seen all the movies and TV shows, chronological works well. Thankfully, this timeline does a good job of avoiding potential spoilers by moving a few things around. However, for High Republic stuff I'd definitely stick with release order. (Or use this order on the HR subreddit: High Republic Completionist Order).Hey peeps, I wish to get into Starwars Books and Comics from canon. I Am like a completionair, so I'm nott looki g for recommendations for like the Best. I'll not include young Reader adaptions now. Should I read in Chronological Timeline Order (i'll maybe use the one from Joe Dayton) or is Release Order better for canon not legends, i read many of legends but few of canon (only like Dark Disciple, Thrawn Triolgie, Ascendancy Trilogie, Padmé Trillgie, Lost Stars, Aftermath Trilogie, Battel Scars, the Han and LBdo one and the Luke and Landi one before sequel). So Timeline or Rekease?
Give this is a watch. It really helped me figure things out.I have this great feeling that Ahsoka is set in the time before, during and after the last 3/4 chapters of The Mandalorian Season 2.
But that would make me wonder about The Mandalorian Season 3 finale and the Thrawn references, which would make no sense.
One possibility is that by the midseason finale we would have a (possible) first meeting with Luke and then there will be a time jump after season 3? I imagine
Give this is a watch. It really helped me figure things out.
I like it. I think on Disney+ Ahsoka is listed AFTER Book Of Boba FYI.This is very good but doesn't particularly help for Ahsoka. Taking stock of the situation
The Mandalorian - Chapter 1 to 8 (9 ABY)
The Mandalorian - Chapter 9 to 16 (10 ABY)
Ahsoka - Part I to IV (10 ABY)
The Book of Boba Fett - Chapter 1 to 7 (10 ABY)
The Mandalorian - Chapter 17 to 24 (11 ABY)
Ahsoka - Part V to VIII (11 ABY)
A 1-year time jump between Ahsoka's first half and second half could be risky. But currently I have no idea how they will apply (after all we are still on the second Ep).
It is practically certain that we are talking about a period before TBoBF. It wouldn't make sense that Ahsoka went around before retrieving the map, or that it took Morgan Elsbeth years before she was brought from the New Republic. At the same time, however, in Mando S3 there were rumors of Thrawn, although (as it seems), the latter will return to Ahsoka, which according to the evidence should be in 10 ABY