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Star Wars: The Rebel Files (Deluxe Edition) Paperback – 2017
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The Rebel Files Deluxe Edition. Fully Illustrated, with Removable Features and a Mechanical Vault. Open the case to reveal the secrets contained within the book of collected Rebel intel. Then open the concealed compartment and watch as the vault reveals the stolen plans for the Death Star. See the full trailer for the Deluxe Edition on our Epic Ink Facebook page! Branded as rebels and traitors, the members of the Alliance worked from the shadows, gathering information and support from across the galaxy to bring an end to the Empire’s tyranny. Concealed within a secure case, their most vital and sensitive information was collected by one of Mon Mothma’s most trusted aides and kept hidden until now. Discovered in the ruins of an abandoned rebel base, these files have been passed among members of the Resistance, who have added notes, updates, and new insights to the documents. A repository of Alliance intelligence, The Rebel Files weaves together classified documents, intercepted transmissions, and gathered communications to trace the formation of the Rebel Alliance. Within the case, an imbedded projection unit -- activated by the push of a button -- displays the Death Star plans plus a reconnaissance image of Death Star II. Unlock the secrets of the Rebel Alliance!
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Rebel Files sits firmly in the Rebels/Rogue One/Original Triology timeframe, with scribbled comments dating from around the timeframe of TFA/TLJ. Really great content in this one so far, and the case us excellent. Love how the back of the book includes storage files for the detached artifacts too.
I hope for the next edition Wallace considers "excerpts from the ancient Jedi Texts" which could also include the Book of the Whills. The original Jedi Path is along those lines, but is really more of a school book for padawans, so the ancient texts could dive much deeper into material that only masters would have had the right to access.