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* SchrodingerCanon: In ''Legends'', Pestage might have been the closest thing Palpatine had to a ''friend'' and had an amiable lifelong history with the man, being privy to his secrets like being a Sith Lord. In canon, practically nothing is known about him and why he holds such a high position in Palpatine's council.

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* SchrodingerCanon: SchrodingersCanon: In ''Legends'', Pestage might have been the closest thing Palpatine had to a ''friend'' and had an amiable lifelong history with the man, being privy to his secrets like being a Sith Lord. In canon, practically nothing is known about him and why he holds such a high position in Palpatine's council.


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!!11-4D

->'''Appearances:''' ''[[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]''

A droid formerly in service to Darth Plagueis, 11-4D now serves Darth Sidious as his personal assistant.

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!!11-4D

[[folder:Sly Moore]]
!!Administrator Sly Moore
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sly_moore_sw_3587.jpg]]
!!!'''Species:''' Umbaran
!!!'''Homeworld:''' Umbara

->'''Portrayed by:''' Sandi Finlay
->'''Appearances:''' ''[[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]''

A droid formerly in service to
''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' | ''[[Literature/StarWarsCatalyst Catalyst]]'' | ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsDarthVader2020 Darth Plagueis, 11-4D now serves Darth Sidious Vader (2020)]]

Sly Moore was an Umbaran female that served
as his personal assistant.the Senior Administrative Aide to Chancellor Palpatine and became an powerful figure in the Empire. She was rumored to have the ability to influence the minds of senators.



* CanonImmigrant: Originally a part of the ''Legends'' ExpandedUniverse (specifically, the ''Literature/DarthPlagueis'' novel), he was brought back into the mainstream canon in ''Tarkin''.
* MultiArmedMultitasking: He has two regular protocol droid arms, but Sidious has upgraded him with several appendages designed for specific tasks, like interfacing with a computer.
* RobotBuddy: He functions as Sidious' confidant and primary aide.
* SatelliteCharacter: He served as this to Darth Plagueis. In fact, his appearance is more-or-less a confirmation that certain events of the ''Legends'' novel ''Darth Plagueis'' occurred in BroadStrokes.
* SecretKeeper: He is the only being allowed into the ancient Sith shrine below the Jedi Temple, which even Darth Vader does not know about, where he helps Sidious with his research into the Dark Side.

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* CanonImmigrant: Originally a part BaldOfEvil: This furthers her creepiness.
* BaldWoman: Her head is completely bald, although if it is natural or shaved is unknown.
* DeathGlare: Do not be on the receiving end of her glare.
* HighCollarOfDoom: Many of her outfits have large collars.
* HumanAlien: She looks human, except for her pale skin.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: She was one of Palpatine's closest aides and it remains unknown what happened to her after the formation
of the ''Legends'' ExpandedUniverse (specifically, the ''Literature/DarthPlagueis'' novel), he was brought back into the mainstream canon Empire in ''Tarkin''.
* MultiArmedMultitasking: He has two regular protocol droid arms, but Sidious has upgraded him with several appendages designed for specific tasks, like interfacing with a computer.
* RobotBuddy: He functions as Sidious' confidant and primary aide.
* SatelliteCharacter: He served as this to Darth Plagueis. In fact, his
canon. Eventually, she finally makes an appearance overseeing Vader's [[TrainingFromHell punishment]] on Mustafar, revealing she is more-or-less a confirmation that certain events of the ''Legends'' novel ''Darth Plagueis'' occurred complicit in BroadStrokes.
* SecretKeeper: He is the only being allowed into the ancient
Palpatine's Sith shrine below the Jedi Temple, which even Darth Vader does not know about, where activities and knows he helps Sidious with his research into the Dark Side.is a Sith Lord like in Legends.


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!!11-4D

->'''Appearances:''' ''[[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]''

A droid formerly in service to Darth Plagueis, 11-4D now serves Darth Sidious as his personal assistant.
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* CanonImmigrant: Originally a part of the ''Legends'' ExpandedUniverse (specifically, the ''Literature/DarthPlagueis'' novel), he was brought back into the mainstream canon in ''Tarkin''.
* MultiArmedMultitasking: He has two regular protocol droid arms, but Sidious has upgraded him with several appendages designed for specific tasks, like interfacing with a computer.
* RobotBuddy: He functions as Sidious' confidant and primary aide.
* SatelliteCharacter: He served as this to Darth Plagueis. In fact, his appearance is more-or-less a confirmation that certain events of the ''Legends'' novel ''Darth Plagueis'' occurred in BroadStrokes.
* SecretKeeper: He is the only being allowed into the ancient Sith shrine below the Jedi Temple, which even Darth Vader does not know about, where he helps Sidious with his research into the Dark Side.
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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: They are barely affected by a Force Push from Ezra Bridger and they aren't Force users themselves.

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: They are barely affected by a Force Push from Ezra Bridger and they aren't despite not being Force users themselves.



* FakeUltimateMook: Despite being supposedly elite warriors, they are unceremoniously defeated by [[spoiler: Rey in ''The Rise of Skywalker'' who was a Padawan.]].

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* FakeUltimateMook: Despite being supposedly elite warriors, they are unceremoniously defeated by [[spoiler: Rey in ''The Rise of Skywalker'' who was MageKiller: In ''Rebels'' they're shown with some anti-Force User capabilities, including the ability to resist a Padawan.]].Force Push and tractor beams built into their staffs that can immobilize a Jedi.

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* SchrodingerCanon: In ''Legends'', Pestage might have been the closest thing Palpatine had to a ''friend'' and had an amiable lifelong history with the man, being privy to his secrets like being a Sith Lord. In canon, practically nothing is known about him and why he holds such a high position in Palpatine's council.


* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually persues his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal trilogy, he effectivly runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue other interests.

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* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons co-dragon with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually persues pursues his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal original trilogy, he effectivly effectively runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue pursue other interests.


* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually peruses his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal trilogy, he effectivly runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue other interests.

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* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually peruses persues his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal trilogy, he effectivly runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue other interests.


* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually peruses his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal trilogy, he effectivly runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue other interests.

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* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually peruses his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal trilogy, he effectivly runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue other interests.

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* CoDragons: Technically speaking, he is Palpatine's dragon in political matters and therefore a co-dragons with Dooku, Grievous, and Vader. Practically, he usually only serves this role in the political episodes of [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars Clone Wars.]]'' There, he usually peruses his master's political goals more aggressively than Palpatine himself, so that Palpatine doesn't have to compromise his kindly image. By the time of the orginal trilogy, he effectivly runs the Empire, leaving his master free to persue other interests.


* FakeUltimateMook: Despite being supposedly elite warriors, they are unceremoniously defeated by [[spoiler: Rey in ''The Rise of Skywalker'' ]].

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* FakeUltimateMook: Despite being supposedly elite warriors, they are unceremoniously defeated by [[spoiler: Rey in ''The Rise of Skywalker'' Skywalker'' who was a Padawan.]].


* HatOfAuthority: All of Palpatine's advisors wear fancy hats to denote their high status.

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* HatOfAuthority: All of Palpatine's advisors wear fancy hats to denote their high status. ''Literature/{{Thrawn}}'' reveals that the general populace even calls them "the fancy hats."


* AscendedExtra: In post-Republic set works, Amedda has had a lot more presence in Canon than he did in ''Legends'', with him even becoming the Empire's Grand Vizier (while he still had little power, was a substantially higher position than the Sith artifact collector he was demoted to in ''Legends'').

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* AscendedExtra: In post-Republic set works, Amedda has had a lot more presence in Canon than he did in ''Legends'', with him even becoming the Empire's Grand Vizier (while he still had little power, was Vizier, a position which granted him substantially higher position more power and importance than the Sith artifact collector he was demoted to in ''Legends'').''Legends''.


* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: The Rebellion used him to surrender for the empire and in exchange, he was pardon for his crimes.]]

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* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: The Rebellion used him to surrender for the empire and in exchange, he was pardon pardoned for his crimes.]]

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* {{Expy}}: Of Darth Vader's servent, Vaneé. He was orginally going to ''be'' Vaneé, but later it was decided to make him a seperate character.


* DrivenToMadness: After witnessing how Vader deals with the Mustafarian witch [[spoiler:by using the Force to command her own zombies to drag her to her death in the lava.]]

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* DrivenToMadness: After witnessing how Vader deals with the Mustafarian witch [[spoiler:by using the Force to command her own zombies to [[AMoltenDateWithDeath drag her to her death in the lava.lava]].]]


->'''Appearances:''' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' | ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' | ''[[Literature/StarWarsCatalyst Catalyst]]'' | ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' | ''[[ComicBook/DarthVaderDarkLordOfTheSith Dark Lord of the Sith]]'' | ''[[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]'' | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rebels]]''[[note]]''[=HoloNet=] News'' mention only[[/note]] | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsLando Lando]]'' | ''[[Literature/AftermathLifeDebt Life Debt]]'' | ''[[Literature/AftermathEmpiresEnd Empire's End]]''

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->'''Appearances:''' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' | ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' | ''[[Literature/StarWarsCatalyst Catalyst]]'' | ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' | ''[[ComicBook/DarthVaderDarkLordOfTheSith Dark Lord of the Sith]]'' | ''[[Literature/StarWarsTarkin Tarkin]]'' | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels Rebels]]''[[note]]''[=HoloNet=] News'' mention only[[/note]] | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsLando Lando]]'' | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsDarthVader2020 Darth Vader (2020)]]'' | ''[[Literature/AftermathLifeDebt Life Debt]]'' | ''[[Literature/AftermathEmpiresEnd Empire's End]]''

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