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I think you're conflating two separate things here. Rhythm of War is the fourth book in the Stormlight Archive, and I suspect you'll be very lost if you read it before any of the others of that series. But the Archive is in turn part of the greater Cosmere universe, along with the Mistborn series and a few others; there is no need to have read all of those. ...


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Each comic book story has three parts, much like the shows were split into three parts. The stories are listed below, in order: Avatar The Last Airbender: The Promise Avatar The Last Airbender: The Search Avatar The Last Airbender: The Rift Avatar The Last Airbender: Smoke And Shadow Avatar The Last Airbender: North And South Avatar The Last Airbender: ...


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Spoilers ahead The problem here is Ahsoka Tano is a central character to both the Clone Wars TV series, as well as Star Wars: Rebels. It's like asking which Harry Potter books explain Hermione Granger (answer: all of them). I mean Ahsoka's Wookieepedia page is fairly long But a small guide can help here. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (99 minute theatrical ...


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If you mean what you should know about Captain Pike in anticipation of the Strange New Worlds series, then forget the Kelvin timeline. Captain Pike wasn't originally going to be part of Star Trek canon - the pilot episode The Cage filmed prior to TOS and featuring Captain Pike was not originally shown. However, footage from it was subsequently used to form ...


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You don't really NEED to know it, but if you are curious you should watch the episode The Cage and the two part episode "The Menagerie" (in that order) . But besides the Pike story there are only few references towards other Star Trek Media. Season 3 Episode 3 for example is highly connected to Star Trek DS9 (but sadly filled with major continuity ...


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