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I'm afraid I must concur once again with Captain Reyolé, The Republic and the Jedi Order have set us a task for which we may not be equipped.
—Forn Dodonna, to Jedi Master Kavar
The Last Full Measure is a fan fiction novel written by Sean "Goodwood" Nash, part of the ongoing Tales from the Corps Series of works. Published on August 4, 2010, it is the fourth in the series, preceded by Star Wars: Saber Battalion.
The novel is set two years after the liberation of Iridonia, with the war against Darth Revan and Darth Malak's Sith Empire going poorly for the Galactic Republic. Captain Laera Reyolé, commander of the 3rd Marine Battalion, is ordered to participate in a desperate mission, an attempt to capture the Dark Lord of the Sith, Revan.
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Behind the scenesEdit
The Last Full Measure is the fourth fan fiction work completed by Sean "Goodwood" Nash for the Star Wars Fanon Wiki. Inspired by the computer and video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, developed by BioWare, it was also intended to be a "more realistic" version of The Betrayal of Darth Revan, a supplementary adventure for Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game: Saga Edition by Wizards of the Coast.
As he wrote, Nash shifted his focus more toward character development, particularly that of protagonists Laera Reyolé and Silas Dan'kre, their relationship, and their future. It also introduced a number of other characters that Nash hopes to bring back for future works. The work's title was inspired by The Last Full Measure, a novel of the American Civil War by Jeffrey Shaara. The first draft was completed on July 31, 2010, and the work was published on August 4 of that year. The followup novel, The Great Leap Forward, was released on December 30.