List of New Order Jedi characters

List of New Order Jedi characters

A number of fictional Jedi characters appeared in the Post-Return of the Jedi Expanded Universe and were part of Luke Skywalker's New Jedi Order.


Star Wars character

color= Jedi
position=Jedi Master, Jedi Council Member, Mon Calamari senator (former)
species=Mon Calamari
planet=Mon Calamari
affiliation= New Jedi Order, New Republic, Galactic Alliance

Cilghal was a Mon Calamari Jedi. Cilghal was one of Luke Skywalker's original twelve jedi students. Cilghal was discovered on Mon Calamari by Leia Organa Solo. When battle broke out on Mon Calamari she was mysteriously able to pinpoint which starship was going to be destroyed next. After the battle Leia sent Cilghal to Luke's Jedi Academy on Yavin IV where she befriended Mara Jade. When a poisonous drink almost killed Mon Mothma, Cilghal healed her through the Force.

Cilghal appeared later on in the Star Wars universe, by helping the Young Jedi Knights (Jacen and Jaina Solo, etc.) destroy a large stash of illegal spice. She also appeared in the New Jedi Order series, helping unravel the mysteries of the voxyn and other Yuuzhan Vong creations. Cilghal also became one of the six Jedi to sit on the Advisory Council of the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances. She also learned Vergere's 'small' Force abilities, and took the Chadra-Fan Tekli as an apprentice. By the time of the Dark Nest crisis, Cilghal sat on the Jedi High Council, and it was with reluctance that she tortured a Killik prisoner to gain information about the Dark Nest's powers of influence over the partly Joined Jedi Knights Tahiri Veila, Tesar Sebatyne, and her own former apprentice Tekli. She, like Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa Solo, questioned this new order of moral relativity and was regretful of her experiment on the Killik assassin Gorog.


Daeshara'cor (—25 ABY) was a female Twi'lek Jedi Master of the New Jedi Order.

Orphaned when her mother was enslaved on Ryloth, Daeshara'cor spent time in the planet's starports learning the life of a fringer. Eventually, Daeshara'cor became one of the first Twi'lek trainees at the Jedi Praxeum, although she never released her anger over the loss of her mother. During her training, she scoffed at Kyp Durron's disrespect for Luke Skywalker's training. Daeshara'cor participated in one of the Jedi's rare visits to Ryloth where she discovered and rescued Alema and Numa Rar.

During the Yuuzhan Vong War, Daeshara'cor championed the use of a superweapon against the Yuuzhan Vong.

She and Anakin Solo fought together at the Battle of Ithor, in which Daeshara'cor nearly let herself go to the dark side over the death of Miko Reglia. During the fighting, she was bit by an amphistaff and poisoned. Anakin blamed himself, echoing his guilt over the death of Chewbacca. As she died, Daeshara'cor assured the young Jedi that both her and Chewbacca's deaths were not his fault—rather that they died in service to life.

With that, Daeshara'cor faded into nothingness and became one with the Force.

External links

* [ Original article] at Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki.

Djo, Tenel Ka

Tenel Ka is the daughter of Prince Isolder, Chume'da of the Hapes Consortium, and the Dathomiri witch Teneniel Djo(d.). She was raised in the traditions of both her parents, learning the ways of politics on Hapes and physical training and the ways of the Force on Dathomir. When she was old enough, Tenel Ka went to Yavin 4 to train at Luke Skywalker's Jedi Academy. She became fast friends with Jacen and Jaina Solo, as well as the Wookiee Jedi, Lowbacca.

While dueling Jacen Solo in a training exercise, Tenal Ka's hastily constructed lightsaber shorts out, causing Jacens lightsaber to go through the air where her blade had just been, cutting off her arm. Despite her refusal of a cybernetic replacement, she remains competent in all forms of combat.

During the Vong War, Tenel Ka was part of missions to defeat the enemy, including the Myrkr mission that claimed the life of Anakin Solo, among others. Following this, she returned to Hapes, in part to regroup but also to attend to her ailing mother. This was the last visit she'd make to her mother, who died while Tenel Ka and her father were attending a state dinner.

Following her mother's death, Tenel Ka became Queen Mother of the Hapes Consortium, doing so against the wishes of her grandmother Ta'a Chume. As of 36 ABY, she has given birth to a daughter, Allana.

During the Legacy of the Force series, Tenel Ka was one of the few people who supported Jacen for a long period of time. However, near the end of Inferno, she realized Jacen had turned to the Dark side and requested his surrender, which he refused.

In "Fury" Allana's paternity, which Tenel Ka was trying to hide, was revealed when Han and Leia Solo rescued Allana from the Anakin Solo.

At the ending of Invincible, Tenel Ka made an announcement that Allana had been killed by a nanokiller the Remenat had developed. (In reality, Allana lived and was adopted by the Solos.)

Dorsk 81

Dorsk 81 is a Jedi Knight in the fictional Star Wars universe, originating from the clone world Khomm. All of Khomm's people are genderless and cannot reproduce. This is due to their race reaching a stage in their evolution that proved satisfactory and switched to a cloning based society, in order to maintain this point in evolution. They have covered their planet's surface with cloning facilities. As a consequence, none of Dorsk 81's people can be Force sensitive, because Khomm's first people were not.

But Dorsk 81 was force sensitive, and because of this anomaly he was shunned by his people. Only Dorsk 82, Dorsk 81's clone, respected him, as both of them were strong in the ways of the Force. Dorsk 82 would later go on to become a respected Jedi Knight.

During an Imperial attack on the Jedi Academy, Dorsk 81 combined and focused the Force powers of his fellow students and repelled an entire fleet of Star Destroyers. Unfortunately, his body could not handle the sheer power he was utilizing and he died shortly after repelling the fleet.

Dorsk 82

After the death of Dorsk 81, Dorsk 82 joined the New Jedi Order. Like his predecessor, Dorsk 82 was Force-sensitive. However, he believed himself unworthy of his predecessor. Dorsk 82 later died in the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, when he was shot by peace supporters led by the Yuuzhan Vong, while attempting to rescue a large number of droids.

His death was not alone, as the Jedi were being hunted by desperate peoples across the galaxy who were trying to earn the Yuuzhan Vong's mercy.

Durron, Kyp

Kyp Durron is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe.

Thinking himself to be more powerful than Jedi Master Luke Skywalker, [ Aaron Allston, "", p. 238] [cite web |url= |title=Aaron Allston FAQ (Star Wars Novels) - Questions about Rebel Dream |accessdate=2007-08-18 |last=Allston |first=Aaron |authorlink=Aaron Allston |coauthors= |date= |year= |month= |format= |work= |publisher= |pages= |language= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |quote=Why did you say that Kyp Durron was stronger in the Force than Luke Skywalker - I didn't. Kyp believes that he is ] Kyp was born on the Deyer colony of the Anoat System. In an Imperial roundup of dissidents, he and his family were sent to be slaved in the Kessel spice mines. After eight years Han Solo and Chewbacca were taken prisoner and also forced to work in the mines. With the help of Kyp they all managed to escape. In their flight, Kyp piloted them through The Maw, a cluster of black holes, and to a top secret military program under Admiral Daala. It is here that Kyp first found the Sun Crusher and used it to escape. Overwhelmed by the supposed death of his brother at the hands of the imperial maw workers, Kyp used the Sun Crusher to make a local sun go supernova after giving into the dark side and being possessed by an ancient Sith Lord, destroying the nearby planet. Upon their return, Kyp found a place at Luke Skywalker's Jedi Academy. He later learned that his brother was still alive, and that he himself actually killed his brother, who was still on the planet when he decimated it.

Farlander, Keyan

SW Character
name=Keyan Farlander

position=Jedi Knight, New Republic general, pilot
affiliation=New Jedi Order, Rebel Alliance, New Republic, Galactic Alliance

Keyan Farlander was an illustrious pilot with the Rebel Alliance. He worked on experimental projects such as the B-Wing with Slayn & Korpil, a starfighter manufacturer operating in the Verpine colony. In the Star Wars Expanded Universe Farlander earned the respect of Luke Skywalker and became a Jedi in the New Jedi Order. He juggled his life as a Jedi with his life as a prodigious military commander, playing a pivotal role in the Fall of Coruscant as well as fighting against the Yuuzhan Vong invasion.

Farlander also appears as the protagonist and player character in the flight simulator game. This is never made explicit in the game itself and the connection is revealed only in the official strategy guide.

Keyan Farlander grew up on Agamar, and was indifferent to the ways of the galactic government until Mon Mothma came to the planet to gain underground support for the Alliance during the imperial bombardment. Farlander received a copy of the "A Call to Reason" pamphlet, and it turned his mind to the Alliance. His hometown was destroyed and his family was killed in the Imperial assault.

He joined up, and decided the he wanted to be a starfighter pilot. As an untrained Alliance starpilot on his first mission, Keyan helped recover important Imperial documents by disabling the Imperial shuttle Talon near Turkana. He proved his improving piloting skills there as well, and went on to become one of the Alliance's premier pilots.

He was instrumental in raids on a number of Imperial outposts, and was part of the team that fled to Yavin 4 to prepare for battle against the Death Star. While on Yavin 4, Keyan helped familiarize Luke Skywalker on the controls of the X-Wing. Farlander is idetified as the most likely pilot of the Y-wing escaping the Death Star. [*cite web |url= |title=Questions & Answers - Episode IV Lore - Who was in the remaining Y-wing fighter in Episode IV? |accessdate=2007-08-18 |author= |date=2001-01-15 |format=.swf (Flash) | Community |publisher=Lucas Online]

It is unknown what his role was in the Battle of Endor but given that Wedge Antilles is the only pilot to have survived both Death Star attacks, he could not have been flyingFact|date=May 2008.

Keyan continued to serve the Alliance, and later the New Republic, as a military officer and adviser. Because of his uncanny skills, Keyan is tested by Luke Skywalker for a connection to the Force, which reveals that Keyan is possible Jedi material. He trains for many years at the Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4, and eventually earns the rank of Jedi Knight.

By the time of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Farlander had been promoted to General. He serves under Admiral Traest Kre'fey aboard the Ralroost during the period following the Battle of Coruscant, working to implement the plans of Admirals Sovv, the late Ackbar, and Kre'fey.


SW Character
height= Unknown
hair= Black
eyes= Brown
weapon= Dual-phase Lightsaber
vehicle= N/A
planet= Eol Sha
affiliation= Jedi, New Republic
portrayer= N/A
A headstrong man and a leader to many, Gantoris was one of Luke Skywalker's first Jedi candidates for the New Jedi Order. Originally from "The blasted world" of Eol Sha, Gantoris was chosen by Skywalker as his first candidate because of his ability to sense earthquakes and, as a child, survived an avalanche after his friends were killed.

The brash man tested Skywalker's abilities because he had been plagued by dreams of a "dark man" who would show Gantoris unique powers and then kill him. However, the young Jedi Master passed all of Gantoris' tests, and, with the man as his new student, he promised to help the people of Eol Sha find a new home on the planet Dantooine.

After Skywalker gained more candidates and set up his academy on Yavin 4, Gantoris was once again plagued by dreams of the "dark man." This man turned out to be the evil spirit of the great Sith Lord, Exar Kun. Kun told Gantoris how to construct a special dual-phase lightsaber, thus exceeding his training past Skywalker's boundaries. According to the book "Dark Apprentice", the special light saber he constructed was not only longer than average, but also multi-coloured. Gantoris took his new lightsaber and challenged Master Skywalker to a duel. Skywalker was fazed that his student had already constructed a lightsaber without proper training and instruction, and yet even more impressed about the lightsaber's ability to extend in length. However, it didn't stop his dueling skills, and Skywalker soundly defeated his student by using the Force to take the lightsaber out of Gantoris' hand.

Again, Exar Kun's spirit haunted the young Jedi apprentice, saying that he wanted Gantoris' anger to release his spirit and bring chaos to the galaxy again. Gantoris tried to calm himself by reciting the Jedi Code, but Kun vented out Gantoris' anger by showing him a vision of the refugees of Eol Sha on Dantooine being killed and destroyed by Admiral Daala. Gantoris ignited his lightsaber and tried to attack Kun's dark spirit.

When two of Skywalker's other candidates, Streen and Dorsk 81, came to get the Jedi Master for help, it was too late for Gantoris. They found him dead, his whole body charred and black. Skywalker, upset with the death of one of his greatest students, told his other apprentices to use this as an opportunity to show how much they had to beware of the dark side.

Horn, Corran

Corran Horn is a character from the fictional Star Wars universe. Horn is most popularly known as a member of Rogue Squadron in Bantam's X-Wing Series by Michael A. Stackpole and Aaron Allston. Prior to joining Rogue Squadron Corran was a security officer with Corellian Security (CorSec). Horn fled from CorSec Imperial liaison Kirtan Loor with partner Iella Wessiri, and boss Gil Bastra under assumed identities setup by Bastra. Upon joining Rogue Squadron, Horn maintained a friendly rivalry with fellow Rogue, Bror Jace until Jace's apparent death. During his time with Rogue Squadron, Horn assumed the call sign of Rogue 9, obtained the rank of lieutenant, and became leader of Rogue Squadron's Three Flight. Horn's wingman is the Gand, Ooryl Qrygg designated Rogue 10. During the liberation of Coruscant in Wedge's Gamble, Horn is captured by Ysanne Isard, after being betrayed by Erisi Dlarit and is taken to Lusankya. Horn escapes Lusankya, finding himself in the Imperial Museum on Coruscant during the events of The Krytos Trap. He is married to Mirax Terrik, the daughter of the infamous smuggler Booster Terrik. Horn learns of his powerful Jedi heritage and the white bladed lightsaber his father, Hal Horn had kept for him. Horn would later construct another silver white bladed lightsaber as he assumes the identity of Keiran Halcyon. As Keiran he trains as a Jedi with Luke Skywalker and later sets out to rescue his wife, Mirax, who has been kidnapped. The tale of Horn becoming a Jedi and setting out on the rescue happens in the book: I, Jedi. As is shown in , his apprentice is Raltharan.

Horn, Jysella

Jysella Horn is the Force-sensitive child of Corran Horn and Mirax Terrik.

Jysella was apparently born no earlier than 15 ABY, but perhaps quite soon after that date, as by 25 ABY, she was already a student at the Jedi Praxeum on Yavin 4, and she had spent more of her young life being trained there than she had living with her parents.

After the Yuuzhan Vong attack on Yavin, Jysella spent a number of months aboard her grandfather Booster Terrik's ship Errant Venture with her family, before being moved to the Shelter base in the Maw with the other Jedi children. At the end of the Yuuzhan Vong War, she was still grouped among the younglings, but she was one of the many Jedi who gathered in the Jedi conclave on Zonama Sekot.

By 40 ABY, Jysella was a Jedi Knight on active duty. As tensions between Corellia and the Galactic Alliance developed into an interstellar crisis, Luke Skywalker tactfully assigned her to a mission far away from her homeworld, to avoid a conflict of loyalties when the Jedi were called on to serve as Alliance commandos and starfighter pilots in Operation Roundabout and subsequent missions.

Horn, Valin

Valin Horn is the Force-sensitive son of Corran Horn and Mirax Terrik. He shares the Horn linegage, lacking telekinetic powers while possessing very potent "Alter Mind" abilities.

Valin, named for his grandfather Valin Halcyon, was born about four years after Grand Admiral Thrawn's campaign against the New Republic. A Force-sensitive, Valin eventually attended Luke Skywalker's Jedi Praxeum on Yavin 4 to train as a Jedi Knight. Valin developed skills similar to those of Jacen Solo, particularly his affinity with animals. Around the age of eleven, Valin found he could communicate with animals through the Force, though, like his father and grandfather before him, he had no skill at all in the art of telekinesis.

During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, Valin was trapped on Yavin 4 with the other Praxeum students when the Peace Brigade blockaded the system. Fortunately, Valin, Sannah and Kam Solusar managed to survive long enough to escape during Anakin Solo's risky mission to save the trapped Jedi.

For the remainder of the war, Valin trained with the remaining Jedi initiates onboard the "Errant Venture". Valin travelled to Zonama Sekot at the end of the conflict for Luke's meeting with the surviving Jedi.

During the Jedi's revolt against Darth Cadeus, Valin assisted Kyle Katarn and other Knights in an half-successful assault against the Dark Lord. Valin took over when Katarn was injured by Cadeus and brought him and the other Knights back to the Jedi's hidden base on Endor.

External links

* [ Original article] at Wookieepedia the Star Wars Wiki.

Katarn, Kyle

Kyle Katarn is a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, the protagonist of the video game and its sequels. Although created only for the needs of a video game, Katarn became a surprisingly famous Expanded Universe character, practically as famous as Mara Jade. The surname comes from the Katarn, a predator animal living on the planet Kashyyyk.

Son of Morgan and Patricia Katarn, farmers from Sulon, he was educated at Republic Academy on Carida when his mother was killed by a malfunctioning BT-16 perimeter security droid. He became a decorated Imperial trooper but his father, unbeknownst to him, was a Rebel supporter. During the attack on his home planet of Sulon (officially a Rebel attack), he lost his father. Kyle began to hate the Rebel Alliance and supervised many Imperial operations against it.

Korr, Jaden

Jaden Korr is a character in the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, the main character in the computer and video game "".The race, gender, and species of this character is decided at the beginning of the game.Jaden built his/her first lightsaber without the guidance of a Jedi before joining the Jedi Academy on Yavin IV, befriending apprentice Rosh Penin while travelling to the Academy. After having their transport downed, Jaden and Rosh found their way to the temple, where Jaden sees someone with a large scepter before being knocked out. When he/she awakes, he/she meets Luke Skywalker and Kyle Katarn for the first time, being sent to the Academy afterwards where he/she begins his/her training. Jaden and Rosh become the apprentices of Kyle Katarn.


SW Character

height=8 foot 7 inches
eyes= Brown
weapon= Lightsaber
affiliation= Jedi, Galactic Alliance
portrayer= N/A

Lowbacca (or "Lowie") is the nephew of Chewbacca, a Wookiee from the Star Wars universe. Lowbacca studied to become a Jedi at Luke Skywalker's Jedi Academy. He was a companion of Jaina Solo, Jacen Solo, and Tenel Ka. Since most of the people with whom he would have to interact were not fluent in the Wookiee dialect, he used a small translating droid that he carried at his waist named M-TD. Later it was modified so as to hover, and follow him around, flying. Being a Wookiee, Lowbacca is a rarity among Jedi as Force-sensitives are less common among Wookiees than among other species, one being born only every century or so. He wields a bronze-bladed lightsaber. Lowie has a love of computers and their programming.

After being left at the Jedi Academy, Lowie was left an air speeder as a present from Chewbacca. While flying in the air speeder, he discovers a crashed TIE Fighter which he, Tenal Ka, Jaina and Jacen Solo proceed to repair and then install a hyperdrive into. However just before completing the repairs on the TIE Fighter, the pilot who survived the crash attacked them and Lowie took the air speeder back to the temple, which was damaged during the escape. This forced him to run to the temple and dropped M-TD (but recovered him later). He, Han, Lando, Chewie and Tenel Ka rescued the Solo twins from the TIE pilot.

During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, Lowie was one of the Jedi to go on the assault on the voxyn-creating worldship near Myrkr.

Five years later after the end of the Yuuzhan Vong War, he and other Myrkr strike team survivors were summoned away by Raynar Thul's Force call. They joined the Killiks and became Joiners—which resulted in possessing a Killik hive-mind. After the Killik conflict, Luke Skywalker sent Tesar, Tahiri Veila and Lowbacca to stay in Dagobah until he felt they were ready and no longer a threat to the Jedi security by his force call. There, Tahiri acted as a spy for Jacen, spying on Tesar and Lowbacca, who tells them that she thought Jacen was not to be trusted, though she might have been stating this to gain their confidence.

Ming, Callista

Callista Ming is a Jedi Knight from the time of the obesse Republic. She discovered a well-hidden Imperial battleship, the Eye of Palpatine, and attempted to sabotage it; when she died in the attempt, she used her talents in the Force to 'haunt' the station's central computer. She remained there for thirty years until Jedi Master Luke Skywalker and several other Jedi discovered the station and assisted her in destroying it. Luke and Callista fell in love during the process, and prior to the station's destruction, Callista transferred her spirit into one of the other Jedi, Cray Mingla, or, as Han Solo called her, "the blonde with the legs." Unfortunately, the process cut her off from the Force.

Later, while travelling with Luke on the ice-planet Hoth, the pair was beset by Wampas. The ensuing battle revealed that Callista was still in touch with the dark side of the Force, but not the light side. She left on a quest to rediscover her Force connection soon after. Luke and Callista are considered distinctly separated (especially in light of Skywalker's marriage to Mara Jade).

Penin, Rosh

Rosh Penin is a character in the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe.

He is a young human Jedi featured in the computer game "". He befriends Jaden Korr and is one of Kyle Katarn's apprentices at the Jedi Academy on Yavin IV.

While taking part in an investigation on Byss with the Jedi Academy regarding a cult called the "Disciples of Ragnos", Rosh is captured. Later he is found by Jaden Korr and Kyle Katarn inside the late Darth Vader's Bast Castle on Vjun, stealing Force energy with the "Scepter of Ragnos" under Tavion's order. They find that Rosh had been turned to the dark side and becomes the new apprentice of Dark Jedi Tavion, who is the mastermind behind the cult. Rosh engages Jaden in a lightsaber duel but loses, and Tavion saves him.

Later, he is found in a hangar with Alora. He is now no longer on the dark side, but Alora tempts Jaden to kill him and join the dark side. At this point the player has a choice whether to turn on Rosh and kill him, or to not listen to Alora's taunts and spare him. Killing him turns the player to the dark side in the game while sparing him keeps the player on the light side of the force. According to the light side path of the game (accepted as canonical in the Star Wars universe) Rosh is severely wounded by Alora, losing his arm to her lightsaber. After Jaden defeats Alora, Rosh is taken back by the Jedi Academy and his wound is fitted with a prosthetic arm. Master Skywalker accepts Rosh back into the ranks of the Jedi Order, saying he has learned a valuable lesson with his experiences.

It is assumed, but not known in the context of the game, that Rosh becomes a Jedi Knight.

Ramis, Octa

Octa Ramis was a female human Jedi Knight from Chandrila trained by Kam Solusar and Tionne. She had been in love with fellow Jedi, Miko Reglia, who was the first Jedi to fall in the fight against the Yuuzhan Vong. His death caused her to become one of many vocal supporters of Kyp Durron, who had been Miko's Master.

Octa participated in the Battle of Ithor, but renounced her grief over Miko's death beforehand, and vowed to let him finally rest in her mind. She was one of many Jedi who defended the Tafanda Bay during the battle.

In the months following Ithor, Octa flew with Kyp's Dozen and Two Avengers on several occasions, and was the only other survivor in the Dozen after the Battle of Coruscant. Furious that Kyp had wasted so many lives, Octa cursed Kyp and fled the battle.

For the remaining three years of the conflict, not much was heard from Octa. However, she did join the Jedi at Zonama Sekot, and bonded with seed partners to defend the world during the Battle of Yuuzhan'tar.

After the war, she eventually became a Jedi Master herself, sitting on the Masters' council, and was one of several Jedi Masters, along with Kyle Katarn and Saba Sebatyne, to battle the Dark Nest at Kr alongside Luke and Mara Jade Skywalker. During the final phases of the Killik expansion, Octa led a Stealth-X squadron of Jedi fighters against Lomi Plo.

External links

* [ Original article at] Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki.

Reglia, Miko

Miko Reglia is a character from the Star Wars series, the New Jedi Order. He was a Jedi apprentice under Kyp Durron before the war against the Yuuzhan Vong. When Kyp's Dozen and Two Avengers were the first to encounter the Vong at Helska 4, almost all of the squadron were killed; Kyp escaped, jumping to hyperspace, and Miko was captured and taken to the base on-planet.

Danni Quee was also taken prisoner by the Vong at this time, and she and Miko formed a loose bond. This was impeded by the Vong's efforts to break Miko's mind, fascinated as they were by his Force abilities that allowed the Vong yammosk to influence him. They mostly succeeded, and Miko ended up giving in, broken -- both as a Jedi and a person -- by the time Jacen Solo came to rescue the two prisoners.

The rescue didn't go well, and Yuuzhan Vong warriors tried to prevent the group escaping. Miko managed to summon up enough sense of self to stand against the enemy, sacrificing himself to allow Jacen and Danni to escape.

Rhysode, Ganner

Ganner Rhysode was a young Jedi trained in the Jedi Academy founded by Luke Skywalker. A handsome human male, he was, in the beginning, seemingly vain about his appearance, and a supporter of Kyp Durron's faction within the Jedi. However, he undertook several missions with Jedi Knight Corran Horn to Bimmiel and Garqi, outlined in the books and , during which some of Corran's influence seemed to rub off on the young Jedi. At the battle of Garqi, Ganner's face was scarred and he chose to keep this to remind him the folly of his vanity.

After this, Ganner began to drift away from Durron's faction, though for several books his whereabouts are unknown- presumably he is contributing to the war effort by undertaking missions against the Yuuzhan Vong. Ganner is next seen again in Star by Star, where along with the Solo children, he leads a dangerous mission into Yuuzhan Vong territory to destroy the voxyn queen, whose fearsome, genetically modified offspring have been hunting down the Jedi across the galaxy. Ganner is one of the few to survive this mission and accompanies the survivors back to Hapes in Dark Journey, during which there are hints of something between him and Jaina Solo, however ultimately nothing comes of this.

In Traitor, we learn that Ganner then began working undercover to track down the Yuuzhan Vong, when he inadvertently finds Jacen Solo and ruins the young Jedi's plans. He is captured and taken back to Coruscant.

However, some of Jacen's plans are still salvageable and the pair work together to carry them out. It is during this that Ganner courageously sacrifices his own life by fighting and killing thousands of Yuuzhan Vong warriors singlehandedly so that Jacen may successfully carry out his plan. He is posthumously honored by the Jedi with a statue, and becomes a religious figure for a cult of underground Yuuzhan Vong outcasts.

=Sebatyne, Saba= Saba Sebatyne is a Barabel Jedi, and she had one son, Tesar Sebatyne. Saba was also close to her son's hatchmates, Bela and Krasov Hara, and she taught all three of them how to use the Force. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, all three of her Force-attuned students were part of the Jedi Strike Team sent to Myrkr to kill the voxyn queen. Only one, Tesar, returned. Shortly afterward, although only still a Jedi Knight, she was chosen to sit on the newly reformed Jedi Council.

Saba was primarily involved during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion as a fighter pilot, leading a Jedi squadron called the Wild Knights. On a trip back to Barab I, her homeworld, she was angered by the fact that it was under siege by the Yuuzhan Vong. She shot down an enemy ship, only to find out that the last of her people were aboard as slaves. Saba was haunted by guilt by unintentionally killing her people, which she only forgave herself for while she accompanied Luke Skywalker, Mara Jade Skywalker, Jacen Solo and Danni Quee on the trip to find Zonama Sekot.

After the war was over, Saba was promoted to Jedi Master. She continued to sit on the Jedi Council, and also had a spot on the Jedi Order's Council of Masters. During the Dark Nest Crisis, Saba was seriously wounded by the Dark Jedi Welk, and almost died. After she recovered, Leia Organa Solo insisted on Saba taking her on as an apprentice. At the conflict's end, she deemed Leia worthy enough to be granted the title of Jedi Knight.

She was one of the Jedi Masters sent to the Anakin Solo to distract Jacen while Leia recovered Allana for Tenel Ka. She almost died of a grenade explosion when Ben, Luke, and herself battled Jacen and eight Yuuzhan Vong Hunter Droids.

ebatyne, Tesar

Tesar Sebatyne is a Jedi Knight and son of Saba Sebatyne. He was the only one of his hatchmates to survive Myrkr mission.

Five years later after the end of the Yuuzhan Vong War, he and other Myrkr strike team survivors were summoned away by Raynar Thul's Force call. They joined the Killiks and became Joiners—which resulted in possessing a Killik hive-mind. After the Killik conflict, Luke Skywalker sent Tesar, Tahiri Veila, Lowbacca to stay in Dagobah until he felt they were ready and no longer a threat to the Jedi security by his force call. There, Tahiri acted as a spy for Jacen, spying on Tesar and Lowbacca, who tells them that she thought Jacen was not to be trusted, though she might have been stating this to gain their confidence.

kidder, Wurth

Wurth Skidder was a cocky Jedi Knight during the war against the Yuuzhan Vong. He was one of the older knights in the class above the Solo children. In the early phases of the war, Wurth Skidder was one of Kyp Durron's proteges and supporters. Skidder's rash actions in the Rhommamool-Osarian conflict helped save Leia Organa Solo from her attackers, but only fueled hostilities between the neighboring worlds.

In the Battle of Ithor, Wurth was one of many Jedi to defend the Tafanda Bay. He fought valiantly, but suffered a severe fracture to his arm from a Yuuzhan Vong amphistaff. In the months after Ithor, Wurth found his way back to the frontlines on Gyndine. He helped New Republic troops fend off Yuuzhan Vong ground forces from inside his commandeered AT-ST until he had to retreat. Leia Organa Solo was on Gyndine, helping with the evacuation, when Skidder arrived. She tried to convince him to join her aboard the transports, but after promising to come back, Skidder disappeared and missed his ride. Wurth allowed himself to be captured.

He was put aboard a yammosk carrier ship known as the "Creche" commanded by Commander Chine-kal. The vessel was carrying Randa the Hutt, and Wurth was put to work massaging the yammosk's tentacles. He used the Force to connect to the yammosk's mind and tried to persuade it that Randa was going to betray Chine-kal, but the yammosk saw through his lie and alerted Chine-kal of his being a Jedi. Then he was "broken" by them after being tortured.

Wurth later died after Jedi Master Kyp Durron and Jedi Knight Ganner Rhysode tried to rescue him as they blasted their way through the ship's hull with the Kyp's Dozen and Two and fought off many Yuuzhan Vong. Wurth knew it was too late and had them rescue the other prisoners, including Roa. By the time Kyp and Ganner reached him, Wurth Skidder was already too far gone. He became the third Jedi to die in the war.

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kywalker, Luke

Luke Skywalker is a powerful Jedi Master and founder of the New Jedi Order. He is the son of Senator Padmé Amidala and Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, and the slightly elder (by just a few seconds) twin brother of Princess Leia, and Obi-Wan Kenobi's and Yoda's final Jedi Padawan learner.

kywalker, Mara Jade

A beautiful human woman who was once known as an "Emperor's Hand," Mara Jade functioned as one of Emperor Palpatine's elite personal assassins. She later became second-in-command to smuggling chief Talon Karrde, and afterwards married Luke Skywalker, a union through which she eventually received the rank of Jedi Master.

olo, Anakin

Anakin Solo was the youngest child born to Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo, who had elder twin siblings, Jaina, and Jacen. Anakin is named for his maternal grandfather, Anakin Skywalker, and, like his namesake, was a talented pilot who was prodigiously talented both in the Force and mechanical engineering. Anakin was killed over the planet of Myrkr with his sister Jaina and his one love Tahiri. He sacrificed himself to destroy genetic material of the Queen voxyn, which were genetically made Jedi-killers.

olo, Jacen

Jacen Solo is the eldest son of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo, and the younger twin of Jaina Solo and the older brother of Anakin Solo. Even before he and his sister were born, their uncle Luke Skywalker could sense their strong presence in the Force and the two share an almost inseparable mental bond. Jacen has always been an empathic person, forming close bonds with humans and animals alike. He becomes Ben Skywalker's informal master and is later convinced by the Sith Lumiya to become her apprentice. He Goes on to take control of the Glactic Alliance Guard and become separated from his family, including his sister Jiana.

olo, Jaina

Jaina Solo is the eldest child of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo and was named after her paternal grandmother. She is also the twin of Jacen and the sister of Anakin.

Even before she and her brother were born, their uncle Luke Skywalker could sense their strong presence in the Force and the two share an almost inseparable mental bond.

A brilliant pilot with a fiery personality, despite her strong affinity with the Force, Jaina Solo frequently plays the role of the damsel in distress, and is often kidnapped by enemy forces. This has become something of a running gag in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, much to the chagrin of some fans and the undying amusement of others.

olo, Leia Organa

Leia Skywalker (later Organa) is the slightly younger (by just a few seconds) fraternal twin of the Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker. She is the daughter of Anakin Skywalker and his wife, Senator Padmé Amidala, the adopted daughter of Queen (and later Minister of Education) Breha Organa and her husband, Viceroy/Prince Consort Bail Organa of Alderaan, and the twin sister of Luke Skywalker (though this is not revealed unambiguously until "Return of the Jedi"). A politician turned fighter and spy, she has a forceful personality and keen intellect, having accomplished much in her youth. Leia is a leader of the Rebel Alliance, formerly a senator of the Galactic Empire (many years later, Chief of State of the New Republic), and a member of the Royal Family of Alderaan. Though raised in privileged surroundings, this fiery diplomat receives martial training in order to defend herself, both with a Blaster and just her bare hands. She has turned to Jedi Master Saba Sebatyne as her teacher when she decided to join the Jedi Order.She married Han Solo after he won Dathomir for the Alderaanian survivors in a sabacc game, and was then rescued by Luke Skywalker and the Prince of Hapes; Isolder.

olusar, Kam

Kam Solusar was one of the first three Jedi to apprentice under Luke Skywalker at the new Jedi Academy established on Yavin 4—with the other two being Corran Horn (under the pseudonym Keiran Halcyon) and Brakiss. Chosen because of his Jedi heritage and connection to the Emperor Palpatine, Kam turned out to be one of Master Skywalker's most trusted students, eventually becoming a teacher himself. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion he and his wife Tionne are entrusted with the Younglings of the new academy, travelling to discreet locales with Corran Horn's father-in-law Booster Terrik. Kam Solusar was badly wounded defending the Jedi students who have been held captive while Darth Cadeus (Jacen Solo) consolidates his power. He is however making a slow recovery.

olusar, Tionne

Tionne Solusar is a character in the fictional "Star Wars" universe. She was one of the earliest Jedi to learn from Luke Skywalker at the Jedi Praxeum on Yavin 4. Though not as powerful in the Force as the other students, Tionne made up for this with her enthusiasm to learn. As an adult, she became a Jedi historian, well learned in the lore and music. She played a lute-like instrument that helped soothe the students on Yavin 4. It was Tionne who found Tahiri Veila on Tatooine, and became the mother that Tahiri never had. During the time of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion Luke Skywalker entrusted the safety of the youngest members of his New Jedi Order, including his own son Ben Skywalker, to Tionne and her husband Kam Solusar aboard the Errant Venture. Later in the invasion, Tionne and Kam Solusar took the younger Jedi to a base made inside the Maw for safe-keeping.

Tionne Solusar was badly wounded defending the Jedi students who have been held captive while Darth Caedus (Jacen Solo) consolidates his power, losing an arm and a leg. She is however making a slow recovery

Tionne is one of the characters can be seen in PSP game Star Wars: Renegade Squadron. She talks with the Commander Col Serra during the course of the campaign to clarify the role of the Renegade Squadron in the Galactic Civil War.


Streen was an elderly man who was a gas prospector on Bespin, and lived on an abandoned and decrepit mining facility called Tibannopolis. This was because Streen was unable to shut out the thoughts of others, and constantly wished to do so.

Streen was recruited into Luke Skywalker's first class of his Jedi Academy, when R2-D2 was performing an analysis of events from around the Galaxy, looking for improbable or seemingly impossible events that could indicate a latent force-user. Streen had an uncanny, and apparently force-driven knack for finding the valuable tibanna gas pockets he mined which R2 noticed. Streen turned out to have remarkable sensory talents with the Force, and could often sense the presence of things that eluded the notice of even other Jedi.

Once he was arrived at the Academy, he quickly found himself manipulated by Exar Kun, whose spirit was awakened from its slumber by the presence of many Jedi apprentices. To atone for his sins, Streen redeemed himself by defending Luke's comatose body while the other students fought Exar Kun. Years later, Streen participated in the defense of Yavin 4, and was one of the masters maintaining the illusion concealing its presence from outsiders during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion.


Tekli is fictional character in the New Jedi Order and Dark Nest Trilogy in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. She was a Chadra-Fan Jedi healer who was apprenticed by the Mon Calamari Jedi Cilghal. Tekli was part of the Jedi Strike Team sent to Myrkr, and one of the few survivors. She was Knighted on Mon Calamari along with the other survivors of the mission, before joining Luke Skywalker in his quest to find Zonama Sekot.

Tekli's achievements include saving the life of Grand Admiral Gilad Pellaeon after the fall of Bastion.

Ti, Kirana

SW Character

name=Kirana Ti
Position: Jedi Knight-Jedi Masterspecies=Togruta
eyes= black
weapon= Lightsaber (pewter blade)vehicle=
affiliation= Jedi
portrayer= N/A

Kirana Ti is a Jedi Knight and a former Force witch of Dathomir.

She was a member of the Singing Mountain Clan of Force-sensitive, rancor-riding witches. She and her clanmates were instrumental in Luke's recovery of the "Chu'unthor", which had crashed centuries ago on her homeworld and contained much information on the ways of the old Jedi.

When Luke established his Jedi Praxeum on Yavin 4, she left her husband and daughter to study the ways of the Jedi under Luke, where she became a good friend of Streen. After the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, Kirana Ti and Streen established a Jedi Praxeum on Dathomir.

External links

* [ Original article] at Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki.

Thul, Raynar

SW Character

name=Raynar Thul
weapon= Lightsaber (pewter blade)vehicle=
affiliation= Jedi
portrayer= N/A

Raynar Thul (b. circa 9 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe that originally appeared in the Young Jedi Knights series of books as an antagonist, then as a friend of, the Solo twins. He is the son of former Alderaan nobles Bornan and Aryn Dro Thul, and the heir of their shipping enterprise, Bornaryn Trading. He is (usually) never seen in clothes that do not have the colours of the House of Thul on them.

Raynar was born on the flagship of Bornaryn Trading, the "Tradewyn". His family's home planet of Alderaan was destroyed approx. 10 years before his birth, and his parents and uncle keep the spirit of their homeworld alive by participating in family customs such as the Ceremony of Waters. Spoiled and boastful, Raynar took after his uncle Tyko Thul in personality. He was raised with the best of everything money can buy, but lacked physical affection from his family. At some point, Raynar was discovered to be Force sensitive and sent to Luke Skywalker's Jedi Academy on Yavin 4 to train his ability in the Force. Raynar was not well liked student at the academy, and was often found annoying fellow students by either interrupting Luke Skywalker's lessons with a lot of questions, or claiming to be superior in the Force to everyone else. During the Shadow Academy attack, Raynar's boasts about how good he is with the Force were proven wrong, as he was trounced by the Dark Jedi, and would have been killed had Zekk not thrown him into the mud. From then on he vowed to work harder on his mastery of the Force to back up his boasts. Shortly after the attack by the Shadow Academy, Raynar was told by Han Solo that Bornan Thul has gone missing. After offering to form a search party, Raynar was told to stay at the academy. As weeks went by without any word from Bornan, Aryn Dro Thul recalled her son to the flagship "Tradewyn" for his security and her peace of mind. After a traitor was discovered and dispatched, Raynar stayed aboard the ship for a few more weeks. Missing his new friends Jacen Solo, Jaina Solo, Tenel Ka, and Lowbacca, he got a ride back to Yavin 4 with the supplier old Peckhum. After hearing about the human-hating Diversity Alliance and its leader, Nolaa Tarkona, from former Diversity Alliance member Lusa, Raynar understood why his father disappeared on the way to meet Tarkona. Bornan Thul had acquired a navicomputer with coordinates to a plague warehouse that he was supposed to have given Tarkona, but found out what she planned to do with it and hid. Unfortunately, Bornan Thul had visited the warehouse, and Boba Fett's daughter (she was disguised as Boba Fett) had hacked into his navigation logs, found the coordinates, and turned them over to Tarkona. After being reunited with his father, Raynar, along with Zekk and the Jedi trainees, helped his father wire the warehouse with explosives. Unfortunately, The Diversity Alliance showed up, and Bornan Thul was exposed to a human-killing virus in the ensuing confrontation. Raynar had to watch his father die hours after being reunited with him. After a mourning period, Raynar went back to Yavin 4 and built his lightsaber. He was also delighted to learn that Lusa, to whom he had become close, was now a full-time student at the Academy.

In the New Jedi Order book "Star by Star", Raynar was chosen as a member of the Myrkr strike team mission to kill the voxyn queen. During this mission, it was hinted at that he and fellow Jedi Eryl Besa may have had a relationship that ended when Eryl died.Raynar was thought to have died when the ship he was on was captured by Dark Jedi. Shortly after the ship took off, the rest of the strike team felt a surge in the Force that may have been his death. When Nightsister Lomi Plo and her apprentice Welk stole the "Tachyon Flier" from the Jedi on "Baanu Raas", they feared that Raynar, who was still aboard, had been killed in their escape attempt. But Raynar survived as the "Tachyon Flier" took heavy damage and escaped into the Unknown Regions where it crashed on a planet inhabited by the Killiks. The Killiks approached the Crash, as they came to call it, and saved Raynar, who they then proceeded to nurse back to health. During his time among the Killiks, Raynar's brain was changed so as to accept the hive mind of the insects as part of his own, and thus became what was known as a Joiner.Over the years Raynar became the prime voice for the Unu Nest and became UnuThul. Most of what had been Raynar was either severely repressed or lost completely. Approximately 7 years later (5 years after the end of the Yuuzhan Vong War), tension between the Killik Nests and the Chiss Ascendancy came very close to war.Raynar sent out a message to the Force to those that he still had the strongest mental bond with; the survivors of the Jedi Strike Team that attacked Myrkr. This summons brought several Jedi to the Unknown Regions in order to help defuse the situation with the Chiss. They promised to do what they could for Raynar and the Killiks, but war with the Chiss was almost inevitable. At the end of the Swarm War, Raynar was removed from the collective mind of Unu and is currently in a chamber specially designed to help him get back to normal.

Veila, Tahiri

Tahiri Veila is a Jedi Knight from the Star Wars Expanded Universe "Junior Jedi Knights" and "New Jedi Order" book series. She was orphaned at an early age and was later taken by Tionne to Yavin IV to start her Jedi training. There, she met Anakin Solo and the two became best friends. During the Yuuzhang Vong War, Tahiri was shaped by the Yuuzhan Vong and developed two distinct personalities, which later joined together.She was taken as an apprentice by Darth Caedus in the Legacy of the Force series. By changing her memory of the past and telling her that it changed the past itself, Jacen lured Tahiri to become a Sith apprentice. As a Sith apprentice, Tahiri captured Ben and tried to discover the secret Jedi base by putting him in torture. After escaping, Ben realized that Tahiri was not permanently affected by the Dark side as Jacen and successfully brought her back to the light side.

Ysanna, Jem

Star Wars character
name=Jem Ysanna

position=Jedi Knight
affiliation=New Jedi Order, New Republic

Jem Ysanna (13 BBY-10 ABY) was young human Force-sensitive of the Ysanna tribe which inhabited the former Jedi stronghold of Ossus (long abandoned after Exar Kun contrived to have it leveled through a multiple supernova explosions); she was the daughter of the Great Okko, the tribe's premier Force user and shaman. She first appeared in "Dark Empire II", and perished during its events.

She met Luke Skywalker when during the events of DE II, he came to Ossus seeking remnants of the famed Jedi libraries, believing that not all could have been evacuated in time, and that some might have survived the ravages of age and the Empire. However, Skywalker and his companion (Kam Solusar) had been followed by some of the Reborn Emperor's agents: Executor Sedriss especially. After the Dark Side duo's Blackhole stormtroopers had been defeated, the two engaged directly. Vill Goir was swiftly struck down by Solusar, who had trained with Goir, and Sedriss brought to bay by the massed Force-sensitives of the Ysanna, Jem Ysanna, and Skywalker. Sedriss struck quickly, taking Jem hostage and placing a large tree to his back. Unfortunately for him, the tree turned out to be the powerful Jedi Master Ood Bnar, who in a Force-duel with Sedriss, annihilated Sedriss and himself, but saving Jem. Alas, Jem had cheated death for the last time.

The new Dark Side Elite launched an assault on New Alderaan, and Jem protected Luke from Tedryn-Sha and Krdys Mordi (killing Mordi), but was fatally shot by Tedryn-Sha's blaster. Tedryn-Sha did not long survive Jem, as Leia Organa Solo executed a "sai tok" on Sha - bisecting his body at the waist.

For more information, see [ Article] on Jem at the Star Wars Databank, as well as [ Jem Ysanna] on [ Wookieepedia] .


Zekk is a childhood friend of Jacen and Jaina Solo, especially Jaina. Zekk was born on Ennth, a chaotic planet plagued by volcanic eruptions every nine years. After his parents died, he became a stowaway until he met old Peckhum. The two developed a friendship, and Peckhum became Zekk's guardian, who took him in after they arrived at Coruscant. While out and about one day, he met Jacen and Jaina Solo, and became fast friends with them.

Zekk's talent at finding hidden things were in fact the glimmerings of untrained Force talent, though not even the Force-sensitive Solo twins realized this. His hidden ability caught the attention of Tamith Kai, a Nightsister who was second-in-command at the Shadow Academy, who confirmed his latent talent using a secret Imperial device (intended for the use of the Inquisitorius and possibly devised by Umak Leth) recovered by Wedge Antilles during the reconstruction of Coruscant after the battles that devastated it during the reign of the Emperor Reborn as shown in "Dark Empire". Zekk was kidnapped, and twisted to the Dark Side by Brakiss, the leader of the Shadow Academy. After killing Vilas, Tamith Kai's apprentice, Zekk earned the title "Darkest Knight". Zekk eventually lead a number of raids on the Coruscanti underworld, picking out new, tough recruits. He also led a raid on Kashyyyk, attempting to steal the Wookiee computer center, but was foiled by Jacen and Jaina. He evinced some compassion when he retreated rather than injure Jaina, however.

Zekk then lead the assault on the Jedi Academy on Yavin 4. He planned to take out Jacen and Jaina, and nearly killed Peckhum as he and Jacen tried to repair the Academy's shields. Most of his Dark Jedi were killed, and in a last ditch effort, he walked to the Temple, where he had a confrontation with former friend Jaina Solo. She tried her hardest to try to turn him back to the light, but seemingly Zekk was lost. After his duel with Jaina, he warned everyone to stay away from the Temple, or they would die. Shortly after, there was an explosion inside the Temple; because of Zekk's warning everyone survived.

Zekk was asked to stay at the Academy and train as a Jedi, but he refused, fearing he would fall to the Dark Side again. He then decided to embark and learn to be a bounty hunter.

Maybe it was the will of the Force, but Zekk's bounties always seemed to be connected with Bornan Thul (who had disappeared), which nearly cost him his life after several dangerous encounters with the infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett. He shared this info with Jacen, Jaina, Tenel Ka, Raynar Thul, and Lowbacca, and together they stopped the threat that was the Diversity Alliance. Zekk then realized that he had too much of a conscience to be a bounty hunter, and finally had enough faith in himself to be trained as a Jedi.

During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, Zekk was one of the members of the Myrkr strike team, and was instantly wary of the two Dark Jedi that the team rescued. His fears were proven right when they stole the ship that was to be used to get off the worldship, with Raynar still aboard.

Zekk then had to watch as his best friend Jaina started to turn to the Dark Side. Knowing he would go down with her if he tried to help, he decided the best course of action was to do nothing.

He was later Knighted in a ceremony on Mon Calamari, and was chosen by Sekot to pilot a Sekotian vessel at the conclusion of the Yuuzhan Vong war.

In 35 ABY, Zekk was one of the Jedi involved in the Chiss border dispute. He had abandoned his post to join other Myrkr survivors in the Unknown Regions, and eventually became a Joiner along with Jaina.

In the Legacy of the Force series, Zekk was ordered to team with Jaina under Jag Fel to capture or rehabilitate Alema Rar. In the course of the mission, he competed with Jag over Jaina's attentions.

After accepting his place outside of Jaina Solo's affections, the two Jedi sought to warn Queen Mother Tenel Ka of an impending coup in 40 ABY. Delivery of the message caused Zekk, Jaina, Ben Skywalker and an Alliance officer to lose their transport above the planet Hapes and require rescue by the Millennium Falcon. Ben Skywalker, while aboard the Millennium Falcon, drew his lightsaber on both Jaina and Han and mistakenly wounded Zekk.

Zekk began dating a relative of Tenel Ka during Invincible, seemingly getting over Jaina. Zekk was last seen in the Hapes Cluster during Invincible, when his StealthX was lost after a bombing run on the GAG ship "Anakin Solo".


External links

* [ Tekli] at Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
* [ Chadra-Fan] at Star Wars Wiki

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