The Chimera survived the death of Thrawn, and became the flagship of the Imperial Remnant under Admiral Pellaeon. Both Katarn and Horn became members of the New Jedi Order and were still alive during the Yuuzan Vong war. The ship was lost during the war, but recovered by Admiral Daala after the war, who made it her flagship.
Hey, y’know who originally came up with Star Wars?
Hey, y’know who wrote the prequels?
It’s a certain story about Anakin Skywalker and once Anakin Skywalker
dies, that’s kind of the end of the story. There is no story about Luke
Skywalker, I mean apart from the books. But there’s three worlds:
There’s my world that I made up, there’s the licensing world that’s the
books, the comics, all that kind of stuff, the games, which is their
world, and then there’s the fans’ world, which is also very rich in
imagination, but they don’t always mesh. All I’m in charge of is my
world. I can’t be in charge of those other people’s world, because I
can’t keep up with it. --George Lucas
At times he borrowed from the EU, and at times he worked with EU authors, but in his era, Star Wars was his baby, and there were licensed books that sometimes meshed with his world. People want to overcomplicate it. If you like it or don’t like it, that’s on you, but it seems a little silly to say that George Lucas was wrong to not constrain himself to what Timothy Zahn wrote about the Clone Wars.
Maybe if you’re determined to be offended. “Rogue” is basically just a synonym of “scoundrel”, continuing the tradition that the Star Wars universe isn’t necessarily about the elite. Han’s a criminal, for Pete’s sake. And besides, Rogue Squadron is in the movies, it’s just that they’re still Red Squadron at that point.
Yep, they’re the same character. I’ve been following it thanks to a podcast I listen to semi-regularly. Series producer Dave Filoni had been spotted on set, and they confirmed that Saw Guererra is the same character that was on Clone Wars.