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X-Wing: Rogue Leader 2 was the second issue in the X-Wing: Rogue Leader series of comics. It was released on October 26, 2005 by Dark Horse Comics.

Publisher's summaryEdit

On Wedge Antilles' home planet, Corellia, he and the other members of the Rogue Squadron are all that stand between an unarmed populace and a terrorist attack by remnants of Palpatine's Imperial forces.

Even the budding Jedi powers of Luke Skywalker won't be enough to tip the scales in the Rogues' favor, and to snatch victory from the jaws of this defeat may cost the life of one of their own!

High-flying action with the most popular heroes of the expanded Universe!

A return to one of the most requested story lines in Star Wars history!

Plot summaryEdit

Coronet on Corellia is under siege from forces surving after Palpatine's death. Rogue Squadron consisting of Luke Skywalker, Wedge Antilles, Wes Janson, Ten Numb, and Tycho Celchu find themselves in a middle of a firefight. They work together to take down an Imperial AT-ST. The Imperials see Luke and his lightsaber and have found their target. The Imperials pin down Rogue Squadron, but they fight free and take down an officer. He tells them that they are attacking to show they still run the place. The Imperials start to leave, but Ten follows them. Ten tracks them to their ship, but is knocked out by an Imperial who spotted him. Luke, Wedge and the Imperial officer head off to find Ten. Tycho and Wes get the ships ready. Luke sees the Imperials lifting off and thinks they are lost, until their ships arrive. Luke gets in his A-wing with R2-D2 on board.

Rogue Squadron follows the Imperials into space. The Imperials send out some TIE Fighters to slow them down. They end up being suicide drones and are easily defeated without causing any casualties. The did their job, though and distracted Rogue Squadron long enough to get away.

On the Imperial ship, Ten is woken up and finds that his hand that had a tracking device has been cut off. Ten is then shown the counter rebellion being engineered on this ship.

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