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- 1 RS Plot Information
- 2 The RS Plot
- 3 RS Side Plots
RS Plot Information
The Rogue Squadron plot centers around the members of several military units of the New Rebellion and their constant fight against the many and varied individuals and organizations that threaten peace in the galaxy.
Task Force Renegade
Task Force Renegade is the name given to the collection of squadrons and vessels under the direct command of Wedge Antilles, originally designed as a Task Group in the New Republic Navy, it is now the sole known military might against the Empire.
Special Operations Unit
Special Forces Unit
New Rebellion Army Units
The RS Plot
The main RS plot has been a labour of love, and has been going since December 1999, when Ran Kether sent those immortal words "Rogue Squadron Plot, JOIn IN EVERYONE!". Writing styles have changed and matured as writers have come and gone, but the Plot has (quite probably) been the reason why RS has stayed for so long. Split into self-contained story arcs (each with a chronological number), the RS plot has spanned 8 years of RS plot continuity!
Star Wars canon is very loosely subscribed to (when it is appropriate). Also, it is likely that there are several continuity errors in the RS Plot as an entity, but these either get retconned or simply ignored.
RS Side Plots
Occasionally, plot writers go off on their own tangents, either filling in back stories of their characters, or providing additional plots when their character has split off from the main group of writers, yet there is still a story to tell. These plots are all considered canon to the RS plot, and can (and do) get referenced in the main plot.
Editing Note: For purposes of the wiki, please separate "real life" articles from "in character" articles by appending the suffix " (Earth)" to all "real life" articles. Thus, an article about the Rogue Squadron writing club would be Rogue Squadron (Earth), while an article about Rogue Squadron, the elite fighting unit, would be Rogue Squadron. This is an example of Wikiquette.