Lightsaber crashes against lightsaber in a battle between Jedi and Sith that marks a crucial turning point in the fate of the galaxy! The life of a central figure hangs in the balance, triggering Cade Skywalker to make a shocking choice that will challenge everything he's fought so hard to protect, and start him down a path from which he can never return. The stakes are higher than ever before in the Star Wars universe—be there as the future of this epic saga is revealed!
This issue starts off where the last one left off: with the company of the Jedi, Antares Draco, Ganner Krieg, Missionary Vao, the wounded Princess Marasiah Fel, Syn, Deliah, and Cade fighting off a Sith ambush on Vendaxa. Marsiah Fel has fallen in Cade's defense. In his anger, Cade picks up her lightsaber and-breaking his vow never to pick up a lightsaber again-engages Darth Nihl alongside his former master. during the battle, Antares finds that the Princess is still alive, and he takes her back to the Mynock. Wolf leaves to board the Mynock while Cade continues to do battle with Nihl. Syn comes out to help Cade, and is quickly Force Pushed away by Nihl. This prompts Cade to kick Nihl off a cliff. After the defeat of his opponent, Cade summons Shado to join him in leaving for the Mynock. The company escape before the Sith can jump aboard their ship. During the flight, Cade taps into the Dark side to heal the Princess of all injuries suffered during the battle. After returning the Princess and Imperial Knights to Bastion, Cade leaves with Shado and Sazen in the night to head for The Wheel, leaving Syn and Deliah claiming that he can't trust Syn.
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Behind the scenesEdit
On page 19 of it was intended that Deliah Blue and Cade spend the night together. However, a coloring mistake in the issue showed Marasiah in place of Deliah. A corrected version of the page was published in Legacy 9, and it was also corrected in the Broken trade paperback. In 2010, a Hasbro Comic Pack included a reprint of Legacy #7 with the corrected coloring on page 19.