After Return of the Jedi, it seemed that the battle, for the most part, was over. Boy, is THAT wrong. The Imperials still have a strong military prescence in the core of the galaxy and the Alliance must overcome them before they can truly claim victory.After destroying two Death Stars and seemingly always overcoming impossible odds, Wedge Antilles' Rogue Squadron has become nothing short of legendary, not to mention a prime target for the Imperials. Ackbar and the Alliance decide that Rogue Squadron will become a group of the best fighter pilots they have to offer and their purpose will be to tackle some of the more difficult, higher profile missions.With that in mind, Wedge begins to assemble all of the Hotshots he can find. One of his recruits is a Corellian named Corran Horn who just happens to be a former 'cop' for the Corellian Security Adgency. He has quite a few skeletons in his closet that just happen to jump up and bite Rogue Squadron in the butt. He also is the best pilot of the Squadron, after Wedge, that is. Brought on as an advisor is Tycho Celchu (sp?), who helped make the run, in an A-Wing, on the second Death Star with Wedge. However, he is not totally trusted by Wedge's superiors because he once was imprisoned and possibly brainwashed by Imperials. Can he be trusted? With their assembly, Rogue Squadron sets in motion a series of missions that will ultimately lead them to Imperial Center, Coruscant, held by the evil Ysanne Isard (the Ice Queen).