Star Wars - Timeline

DIrishB

The Timeline Guy
At this point, I'm thinking we can safely place the Maz Kanata segments of Forces Of Destiny after TFA and TLJ since she seems to be telling tales from those two films.
Who is to say she's telling all these tales at same time? Perhaps each is told at a different time, maybe even not long after the events occurred? Its nebulous and unspecific, and I'm reluctant to break up the films or episodes by time code unless absolutely necessary.
 

DIrishB

The Timeline Guy
New Star Wars animated series will debut this Fall on Disney Channel.

Star Wars - Resistance is apparently set a few years before The Force Awakens, and will focus on Kazuda Xiono, a new recruit to General Organa's Resistance, as he spies on the growing First Order. It will feature appearances by Poe Dameron, BB-8, and Captain Phasma (and likely more familiar characters), and apparently have an anime influence on the art style (which I'm not a fan of, personally). I wonder if that means something like the Forces of Destiny animated shorts...?
 

selfishmisery

Well-Known Member
New Star Wars animated series will debut this Fall on Disney Channel.

Star Wars - Resistance is apparently set a few years before The Force Awakens, and will focus on Kazuda Xiono, a new recruit to General Organa's Resistance, as he spies on the growing First Order. It will feature appearances by Poe Dameron, BB-8, and Captain Phasma (and likely more familiar characters), and apparently have an anime influence on the art style (which I'm not a fan of, personally). I wonder if that means something like the Forces of Destiny animated shorts...?
Judging by that image, I imagine it will resemble Iron Man: Armored Adventures.
 

YuMoHo

Member
Just heard about that. I’ll be doing an update with that added (and new comics) in next few days.
When you do will you please make a note of what you have changed? I use your timelines a lot in figuring out when events happen since finding this forum
 

Dallas Kinard

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So in the latest Forces Of Destiny TV special, we see Hondo and Maz together in the "present day" scenes. So either Hondo is REALLY old, or these scenes take place during the Prequel or Original trilogy era. Thoughts?
 
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YuMoHo

Member
So in the latest Forces Of Destiny TV special, we see Hondo and Maz together in the "present day" scenes. So either Hondo is REALLY old, or these scenes take place during the Prequel or Original trilogy era. Thoughts?
We know from the Freemaker Adventures, which while not canon are not allowed to go against canon, that he is around ROTJ era so I don't think it's too far fetched for him to still be around
 

DIrishB

The Timeline Guy
When you do will you please make a note of what you have changed? I use your timelines a lot in figuring out when events happen since finding this forum
Eh, probably not. Just too much stuff to keep track of between all the timelines I do without adding the specific changes made. Its easy to keep track, just look at the release dates for new comics and novels and I update for those usually within a few weeks of release.

So in the latest Forces Of Destiny TV special, we see Hondo and Maz together in the "present day" scenes. So either Hondo is REALLY old, or these scenes take place during the Prequel or Original trilogy era. Thoughts?
Well, Maz did have a painting of Hondo in her castle in the SW Battlefront II multiplayer map of Maz's castle:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSVllH-_abo

So that implies they knew each other for long enough for her to remember him fondly enough to hang a painting of him in her castle.

I only ever watched them online, never watched the TV specials, either I'm forgetting those "present day" scenes or they added those in only for the TV special... guess I need to track those down...


We know from the Freemaker Adventures, which while not canon are not allowed to go against canon, that he is around ROTJ era so I don't think it's too far fetched for him to still be around
Yup. For all we know Weequay species (which Hondo belongs to) have much longer life spans than humans. So its not only very possible he lived through events of Original Trilogy, its canon both due to Dallas' mentions about the Sequel Trilogy era set "present day" bookends the TV airings of FoD must have had, as well as the fact the upcoming Star Wars - Galaxy's Edge Disney theme park features Hondo having "borrowed" the Millennium Falcon from Chewbacca (presumably the events at the theme park are set sometime after TFA and TLJ to account for him not borrowing it from Han and Chewie).
 

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