Hey guys, I'm new around these parts. Just thought I'd dive right in and ask you all a question. So, I'm writing the third part of my own Space Opera trilogy. My main character (Desmond Reigns) and his crew are being hunted by an organization known as The Guild in revenge for a previous conflict they all had in the first part. I've been torn on whether or not to make their leader (Solomon) Desmond's Father or not. 13 years prior to the events of the first part of the trilogy, Desmond's Parents' spaceship came under attack by a rogue pirate ship. Desmond's Mom died, but his Father was blown out of the ship and drifted away in space. I figured 13 years would ample time for him to be found, meet The Guild, and work his way up the ranks to become their leader. I know it's a cliche, but is it too cliche? I feel like I'm only doing it for a twist and it wouldn't feel organic enough. So, good move, or bad move?