This series is excellent on my 2nd time reading through it - ever.
Hasbro made 6 figures:
Jareal - an Arkanian Off-shoot and something else with Force sensitivity
Rohlan Dyre - a individualist Mandalorian Warrior known as The Questioner
HK-47 - although in the comics they are HK-23's
The latter's armor was for a long while usurped by the cruel Dr. Demagol, a Mandalorian research scientist
Haazen's and Kryndra Draay's story arc (from back in the day) is important to note as a stand-alone.
As a direct impact of the Sith War, each life was touched with extreme consequences to come later from it.
Haazen would turn to hate and seek vengeance and ally himself with the Dark Side for the injustice he felt for being a "failed padawan," while the high society Kryndra married into the wealthy Arkanian family of the Draays, business partners with the Adasca's
I love this story arc that introduces a teenage Vima Sunrider 10 years after the Sith War.
She searches out the exiled Ulic Qel Droma, former Dark Lord, to train her as a Jedi.
The story re-unites the surviving cast of the Sith War epic but keeps the cast very tight with:
and a little fanboy twerp named Hogon who barely is worth mentioning.
What's important here is that
This short story could be very important, lest I might have otherwise skipped over it.
Duron Qel-Droma (cousin of Ulic's and Cay's, male and human, the latter obviously)
Shaela Nuur (human female)
Guun Han Saresh (a Nautolan Jedi of Kit Fisto's species)
are Jedi Terentatek Hunters, 3 years after Exar Kun's SITH WAR.
The Terentatek are beasts brought to life by Sith alchemy that Exar Kun learned from studying the teachings of Naga Sadow.
Ulic Qel Droma's legacy is probably one of the stories I'm most found of in the entire Star Wars expanded Universe.
Hasbro made 3 action figures:
Ulic Qel Droma (Jedi)
Exar Kun (Dark Lord of the Sith)
Mandalore (commander of the Mandalorian Raiders)
I would recommend much more from this series. It is rich enough to be its own complete toy line!
Nomi Sunrider - is the most demanded and not yet produces (and even actually likely)