Before Disney acquired Star Wars as their own intellectual property from Geroge Lucas, Star Wars is a space opera series that spans many books and films. We are familiar with the six original films made by LucasFilms which tells the Skywalker Saga from beginning to end (At that time) and there were other canon films released as well like the Clone Wars and 3D remastered episode One. This was around 2004 to 2006 when I was first introduced to Star Wars. At that time, I took no like to a particular genre or series for I was quite young and still exploring my own liking from making paper planes to drawing battleships to even riding the bicycle.
Moving on! At the same time, my sister and basically many, many girls out there started to have their first taste of Korean drama for they were glued to the television (or computer screens) to series like 'Boys over flowers' or whatever Korean name you can insert cause I cannot speak Korean. I even joked about the series to my sister that followed my neighbor in the series and calling it ' Boys over shit' because I feel that she was liking something that others were liking and not what she truly (at that time) would really like but that would go for me as well but I came to grow out of it eventually like my sister (that when for other stuff like K-pop and whatnot) and so I started reading the expanded universe timeline which to my surprise was something that was a thing for my father back in the 70s as well. You see, he is a Star Wars fan in a sense that he purchased so many books that he kept in one luggage and revealing it to me one day like some pirate discovering a treasure chest. That is when I got myself knowing into things like the Thrawn Trilogy (Which I prefer over the new Star Wars Films) and Yuuzhan Vong
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