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The Freemaker Adventures

The Freemakers

    Rowan Freemaker 

Rowan Freemaker

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"Who's got two thumbs...uh...two hands...and has the Force flowing through him? This guy!"

Species: Human

Voiced By: Nicolas Cantu

The youngest of the Freemaker siblings. It is discovered that he has a connection to the Force.


  • Ambiguous Situation: As a Force user, his fate after Return of the Jedi is unknown. The series finale ends with him revealing his Force-sensitivity to Luke, and what happens next is not shown. All-Stars makes no mention of his fate either.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Seems to be a defining character trait at the start. "That was a lot of words, and my mind wandered in the middle..." Character Development moves him away from this.
  • Badass Adorable: Looks adorable while piloting an old AT-TE against some Stormtroopers. Later on he gets a lightsaber and develops his Force abilities.
  • Badass on Paper: Admiral Ackbar is ecstatic to hear that Rowan had taken the Kyber Saber from the Empire's clutches and was willing to bring him into the Rebel Alliance for that alone. What Ackbar didn't hear was that Rowan dumped the saber in lava to destroy it to avoid the temptation of abusing its power and prevent the Sith from ever getting their hands on it, prompting Ackbar to change his mind until Kordi started a massive bartering spree.
  • Book Dumb: Rowan has trouble with math that would be fairly basic for his grade level (he doesn't understand ratios or odds for one thing) and frequently asks others about words he doesn't know (like dawdle). He's still an accomplished salvager, an aspiring shipbuilder, and a Jedi-in-training.
  • Broken Pedestal: He finds out that Naare is a Sith.
  • Character Development: Suffers from Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny! at the start of the series, but fast-forward about 9 episodes to the Emperor's museum on Naboo, where Rowan is ironically the only member of the crew not to suffer this as everybody else breaks off to see the various exhibits (though he was temporarily distracted by a floor buffer, he resists seconds later, and his attention hasn't wandered since).
  • Cheerful Child: Under normal circumstances. Due to the events of the episodes, later ones show that he isn't as cheerful as he was starting out.
  • Child Soldier: Played with. While he and his siblings eventually join the Alliance to Restore the Republic, they're more frequently charged with maintaining the fighters and bombers than actual combat. That said, Rowan can still hold his own in a fight.
  • Cool Sword: Hard to be a Jedi without a lightsaber.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Though he has trouble focusing, when he does focus, he can make progress by leaps and bounds. His training with Jek on building things with the force and him studying Roger's recorded Jedi fights both pave the way for massive amounts of improvement within very short spans of time.
  • Forgot About His Powers: He sometimes forgets to use his Force abilities or his lightsaber when caught in a sticky situation. For example, when he was caught by M-OC., the latter kept him in restraints that kept him from moving but left his hands free. After Rowan's lightsaber is shaken out of its holster, he remarks about how dumb he felt before grabbing it with telekinesis and freeing himself.
    Rowan: Ooookay... feeling dumb that I didn't think of that first.
  • Keet: Very much so, and quite the charm point of his, especially early on.
  • Kid Hero: He's only twelve.
  • Just a Kid: After formally joining the Rebellion, he's frustrated by the fact that he doesn't get to do much in the heat of a space battle due to being too young and inexperienced to pilot a starfighter while everyone else grabs parts for last-minute repairs and maintenance.
  • MacGuffin Super Person: His ability to sense the kyber saber crystals makes him this in season 1. While wielding the Kyber Saber, he temporarily becomes the most powerful Force wielder in the galaxy.
    Rowan: Now I'm the ultimate power in the universe! And I'm only twelve!
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: The youngest and shortest of the Freemakers, but the only one who's Force-sensitive.
  • Shonen Hair: Definitely, being spiked up to the point that it wouldn't be out of place in Kingdom Hearts.
  • Tagalong Kid: Though, since he's the only one who can sense the Kyber Saber Crystals, he's quite a bit more valued than many of this Trope tend to be considered, playing with the expectations of this Trope.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: He's one of the few practicing Force-sensitives left in the galaxy after the Jedi Purge. His lack of training makes his use of more complex Force abilities and lightsaber attacks beyond him and he's overwhelmed by M-OC. despite being armed with a lightsaber due to his clumsy technique.
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    Kordi Freemaker 

Kordi Freemaker

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"Who's ready for the bargain of a lifetime?!"

Species: Human

Voiced By: Vanessa Lenglies

The middle sibling of the Freemakers. After the Galactic Civil War, she became a senator in the New Republic.


  • Big Eater: Has occasionally displayed such a huge appetite that sometimes it's a wonder she can stay so trim... For a LEGO mini figure, anyway.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Toward Rowan. As he puts it:
    Rowan: [to Naare] Sorry about Kordi. She's just crazy protective. Or... maybe just crazy.
  • Chain of Deals: How she gets the Freemakers into the Rebel Alliance. After Ackbar is disappointed to hear that Rowan destroyed the Kyber Saber, she decides to go on a bartering spree across the galaxy to prove her chops, managing to eventually trade a rusty and barely usable ignition switch for an incredibly hard-to-get Type-A vector coil.
  • Closer to Earth: Usually, though not always, particularly where money is concerned.
  • Famed In-Story: It's mentioned in All-Stars that she's a senator for the New Republic.
  • Guile Hero: Tries to pull a Bavarian Fire Drill on the stormtroopers in the first episode. It doesn't work. She has better luck a few episodes later at Cloud City.
  • Money Fetish: Kordi is known for doing nigh-impossible feats when/if money is on the line. Naare takes advantage of this flaw as a means of psychological torture when she burns a stash of credits in front of Kordi for the purpose of drawing out Rowan.
    • Her last line (and in fact the very last line in the first season) is her asking whether a job the Rebels have offered is a paying job.
  • The Smart Guy: She's the most level-headed and reasonable of the Freemakers... unless there's money involved.
  • Uncertain Doom: Hopefully, she wasn't on Hosnian Prime when it blew up...
  • Women Are Wiser: Is frequently the one to rein both of her brothers in when they run off to do their own thing and basically has complete command of the landing bay she works at, seamlessly managing the supplies and fixing the ships.

    Zander Freemaker 

Zander Freemaker

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"Do NOT call my creations 'uglies'!"

Species: Human

Voiced By: Eugene Byrd


  • Ace Pilot: The guy is a human without any apparent force abilities, and won a podrace despite being chased by bounty hunters and has out flown Naare on at least two occasions. One of those occasions resulting in the wings of the Eclipse Fighter being clipped.
  • Amazon Chaser
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: He can be this to Kordi.
  • Covered in Kisses: In "Return of the return of the Jedi" when he and his siblings are rescued by Becky Smoochenbacher, who confesses that she was always been in love with him before giving him a smooch, leaving him covered in kiss marks.
  • The Engineer
  • Genius Ditz: He's the goofiest of the three siblings, but is a genuinely good engineer and mechanic.
  • I Resemble That Remark!: When Naare tells the Freemakers the Jedi mind trick only works on weak-minded people, he repeats the explanation like he's under that trance in spite of Naare not even trying the trick while explaining it.
  • Insistent Terminology: Takes issue with Kordi's use of the term "uglies" for his kitbashed custom-made starships, preferring the name "Z-Wings." The pride he has for his creations is used against him as a means of psychological torture by Naare when she dismantles them in front of Zandar to draw out Rowan.
  • Mr. Fixit

    R0-GR Freemaker (Roger Freemaker) 

R0-GR "Roger" Freemaker

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"AAAAAH! JEDI!!!"

Model: B1-series battle droid

Voiced By: Matthew Wood

A Battle Droid who managed to survive the Clone Wars. Sort of.


  • Badly Battered Babysitter: To Rowan.
  • Breakout Character: He was created exclusively for the show, which was always meant to have an ambiguous connection to the lore, but his popularity with viewers is likely why he (and by proxy, M-OC) appeared in the book Droidography, which elevates him to official canon status.
  • Canon Immigrant: He's brought into canon by Droidography.
  • Cosmic Plaything: Roger has been repaired a surprising number of times for disposable Cannon Fodder. Of course, all this means is that he's had the "honor" for getting cut to pieces by several of the greatest Jedi in the Galaxy.
  • Deadpan Snarker: "Good news! My programming doesn't allow for I-told-you-sos!"
  • Heel Realization: Subverted; he does not take it well when told the Separatists were the bad guys and reboots himself in order to forget this revelation.
  • Last of His Kind: Believes himself to be this, although Mister Bones might have something to say about that...
  • Robot Buddy: Again, for Rowan.
  • Rooting for the Empire: Is convinced the Separatists were the good guys of the Clone Wars, and when corrected, proceeds to freak out and reboot himself rather than deal with this.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Played for laughs. Roger still remembers his experiences in the Clone Wars and does not enjoy getting dismembered repeatedly by the Jedi he was pitted against. Hence panicking the way all B1 Battle Droids did in response to seeing a Jedi.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: No one seems to be even fazed by the sight of a Battle Droid walking about
  • Verbal Tic Name: Takes his name from the B-1 battle droids' classic catchphrase: "Roger, Roger!"

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Galactic Empire

    Sheev Palpatine 

Emperor Sheev Palpatine/Darth Sidious

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Naboo

Voiced by: Trevor Devall

The Emperor of the Galactic Empire.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry here.


  • Big Bad: Well, he's the leader of the Empire, so...
  • Doomed by Canon: The final episode of Season 2 takes place during the finale of Return of the Jedi, and he's thus seen falling to his death.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Is flabbergasted when Rowan reveals that he threw the Kyber Saber in a lava pit, never having considered that he would have destroyed a weapon that powerfu.
  • Mythology Gag: When Rowan has Naare at his mercy, Palpatine tells the boy to finish her with a familiar, "Do it!", just as he told Anakin Skywalker over a decade ago. Ironically enough, this is what makes Rowan realize that what he's doing is exactly what he shouldn't be doing, releasing Naare before bailing with the Kyber Saber.

    Darth Vader 

Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader

Species: Human

Homeworld: Tatooine

Birthworld: Unknown

Voiced By: Matt Sloan

Palpatine's right hand.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry here.


    Naare 
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Voiced By: Grey Griffin

  • Action Girl/Dark Action Girl: She's a woman and can kick butt, and she also happens to be secretly evil.
  • Arc Villain: While Vader and Palpatine are the Big Bads of the series, she's the main villain of the first season.
  • Canon Immigrant: Dryden Vos is a member of the same species as her.
  • Deadpan Snarker: More obvious when she shows her true colors.
  • The Dragon: To Lord Sidious and Darth Vader.
  • First-Episode Spoiler: By the end of the first episode or two, it's revealed that she's a spy for the Empire, searching for the Kyber Saber so it can be used for evil. The entire first season is about the Freemakers not realizing that Naare is actually the enemy.
  • Human Popsicle: Ultimately gets caught by Graballa and frozen in carbonite.
  • Evil Is Sexy: Although she plays the mother figure, and is made of plastic, her face, especially her tattoos, and demeanor give her a charm that wins over Zander easily.
  • Knight of Cerebus: She's the most clear and dangerous threat to the Freemakers, as opposed to the ineffectual and comical Graballa and his henchmen, and takes the task of collecting the Kyber Saber crystals very seriously.
  • Mama Bear: To Rowan, seemingly. Even though she's actually faking it, she's really good at it.

    Durpin 

Voiced By: Richard Kind

An Imperial officer who has had multiple run-ins with the Freemakers. Completely aware of the fate that tends to befall those of high standing in the Empire who fail in Darth Vader's presence, he is determined not to be promoted in order to avoid Vader's notice.


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    Plumestriker 

Voiced By: Jeff Bennett

Durbin's second-in-command. Believe in the glory and prestige of the Empire wholeheartedly, he is rather ignorant of its flaws, especially with regards to what happens to high ranking Imperial individuals who come across failure when Darth Vader is around.


  • Luke Nounverber: Possibly a parody of this trope's use in Star Wars.
  • Number Two
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Durpin.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: He seems to think he and Durpin hold positions in a regular job environment, and hasn't caught any of the hints as to why Durpin wisely fears promotion or high-profile work assignments.

    M-OC 

M-OC

Model: Hunter droid

Voiced By: James Urbaniak

A special hunter droid commissioned by Emperor Palpatine to hunt down Rowan Freemaker after the loss of the Kyber Saber.


  • Arc Villain: Of Season 2.
  • Canon Immigrant: By Droidography, although the specific details are unknown.
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Unlike Naare, he's a lot more logically minded, less temperamental, only loyal to the Emperor, and has a much more hands-on approach to the task given to him.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Much to the amusement of Palpatine and to the irritation of Vader.
    Vader: He lacks the ability to use the Force!
    M-OC: Correct. I also lack offspring that wish to overthrow the Emperor.
  • Death by Irony: After chastising Rowan for being unfocused in their final battle, seeing the Emperor fall to his death breaks his concentration, which allows Rowan to enact the killing blow against him.
  • The Dreaded: The Freemakers are very scared of him, due to their fights frequently ending in a stalemate, since all they can do is inconvenience him at best.
  • Implacable Man: No matter how many times Rowan, and once even Vader smash him. He just puts himself back together and gets right back to hunting down the Freemaker. It's cleverly Deconstructed later on when Rowan points out how pointless the cycle is. Of course M-OC interprets it differently, but still.
  • Knight of Cerebus: His physical presence almost always leads to the Freemakers needing to run for their lives, since it's almost impossible to concretely defeat him.
  • Shout-Out: In Lego, MOCs (or, "My Original Creation") are original Lego creations. M-OC is an original creation and there is only one of its kind. Palpatine references this when he introduces him to Vader.
  • There Was a Door: Tends to blow open a hole and exit through it, once even blowing a hole through an existing door. Vader lampshades this the first time it happens.
  • This Cannot Be!: When he sees Palpatine falling to his death in the Death Star II.
  • Undying Loyalty: To the Emperor. Watching Palpatine die actually ends up being his undoing, since he's so in shock that it gives Rowan an opening to destroy him.
  • Weapon of Choice: Palpatine gives him an Inquisitor lightsaber... only for M-OC to accidentally split it in two, meaning he has to dual-wield instead.
    • This wasn't an accident, it was intentional by M-OC who felt that two Lightsabers were better than a gimmick Lightsaber, it is possibly a Take That!! at the Inquisitors from Star Wars Rebels who were supposed to be a big deal but ultimately became jokes for their own Weapon of Choice.

Rebel Alliance

Alliance High Command and Rebel Heroes

    Luke Skywalker 

Commander Luke Skywalker

Species: Human

Homeworld: Tatooine

Birthworld: Polis Massa

Voiced By: Eric Bauza

A famed hero of the Rebel Alliance.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry here.


    Leia Organa 

Princess Leia Organa

Species: Human

Homeworld: Alderaan

Birthworld: Polis Massa

A famed leader of the Rebel Alliance.

Voiced By: Julie Dolan (The Freemaker Adventures), Carolyn Hennesy (old Leia, All-Stars)

For more on her outside of the show, see her canonical entry here.


    Chewbacca 

Chewbacca

Species: Wookiee

Homeworld: Kashyyyk

A famed hero of the Rebel Alliance.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry on the Rebel Heroes page.


    Lando Calrissian 

General Lando Calrissian

Species: Human

Homeworld: Socorro

A famed hero of the Rebel Alliance.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry on the Rebel Heroes page.


    Gial Ackbar 

Admiral Gial Ackbar

Species: Mon Calamari

Homeworld: Mon Cala

Voiced by: Trevor Devall

A top-ranking officer of the Rebel Alliance Navy.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry on the Rebel Alliance & New Republic Navy page.


  • Dumbass No More: Compared to his depictions in the other LEGO Star Wars shows, he takes his job a bit more seriously, though there are some points where he's still the point of comedy.

    Hera Syndulla 

General Hera Syndulla

Species: Twi'lek

Homeworld: Ryloth

Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall

A top-ranking officer of the Rebel Alliance Navy.

For more on her outside of the show, see her canonical entry on the Crew of the Ghost page.


  • Ambiguous Situation: So far, we haven't seen the Ghost with her yet. And since Rebels was about to start its final season a couple of months after Season 2 of The Freemaker Adventures began airing, it also raised the question of what happened to the other characters of Rebels, particularly of those who joined the Alliance.
  • Badass in Charge: To get an idea of how badass she is, you might wanna watch Rebels.
  • Big Good: One of them in Season 2 alongside Admiral Ackbar, Senator Mothma, and General Madine.
  • A Mother to Her Men: Even though the Ghost crew and Phoenix Squadron are not present in the same form they used to be, she continues to lead the Rebel Alliance with great care and consideration, including to the Freemakers (and especially Rowan).
  • You Remind Me of X: Possibly. Considering the way she treats Rowan, it's almost evocative of how she treated Ezra back in Rebels.

    Crix Madine 

General Crix Madine

Species: Human

Homeworld: Corellia

A top-ranking officer of the Rebel Alliance Army and Alliance SpecForces.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry on the Rebel Alliance & New Republic Army page.


    Mon Mothma 

Senator Mon Mothma

Species: Human

Homeworld: Chandrila

The leader of the Rebel Alliance.

For more on her outside of the show, see her canonical entry on the New Republic Senate page.


  • Big Good: She's the leader of the Rebel Alliance.

Others

    C1-10P 

C1-10P (Chopper)

Model: C1-series astromech droid

General Hera Syndulla's astromech droid.

For more on his outside of the show, see his canonical entry on the Crew of the Ghost page.


    Quarrie 

Quarrie

Species: Mon Calamari

Voiced by: Corey Burton

A mechanic legendary among ship enthusiasts for creating the Blade Wing, otherwise known as the B-Wing. Currently, he and his astromech droid, BG-81, reside in the lowest level of Home One, tinkering up more devices.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry on the Rebel Cells page.


  • Ambiguous Situation: Due to canonical status of The Freemaker Adventures being "paraphrasal", his appearance seems to confirm that he's living inside of Home One and working on new stuff at least during the Time Skip between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
  • Ascended Extra: After having only appeared in "Wings of the Master" from Rebels, he becomes responsible for helping Rowan create a new personal ship called the Arrowhead.
  • Grumpy Old Man: Just like in Rebels, he'd prefer to be left alone to his own devices unless someone worthy of his attention comes along. He's initially dismissive of Rowan, thinking that Hera sent him down to his basement as an apprentice, though he soon changes his opinion.

    Valeria 

Lieutenant Valeria

Species: Human

Callsign: Blue Leader

Voiced by: Yvette Nicole Brown

The leader of Blue Squadron, currently stationed aboard Admiral Ackbar's Home One.


  • Ace Pilot: She's Blue Leader for a reason.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Pretty much her defining personality trait in the shorts.
  • Ship Tease: Briefly with Zander in one of the promotional shorts for Season 2, but it's more about her loving to fly and Zander loving ships. Though the rest of the season shows it's really more of Valeria brushing off Zander's attempts to be a cool pilot and not letting him live any of those down.

Galactic Underworld

    Graballa the Hutt 

Graballa the Hutt


    Baash and Raam 

  • Dumb Muscle: In Naare's words, minds do not come any weaker than theirs. But that's what happens when your hobby is headbutting each other.
  • Punny Name: They enjoy bashing and ramming each other in the head, a la mountain goats.
  • Those Two Bad Guys

    Maz Kanata 

Maz Kanata

Species: Unknown

Voiced by: Grey Griffin

The owner and bartender of a cantina in a castle on Takodana.

For more on her outside of the show, see her canonical entry on the Criminals page.


    Hondo Ohnaka 

Hondo Ohnaka

Species: Weequay

Homeworld: Sriluur

Voiced by: Jim Cummings

An old pirate hanging around at Maz's Castle, trying to rebuild his criminal empire.

For more on him outside of the show, see his canonical entry on The Ohnaka Gang page.


Historical Figures

    Baird Kantoo 
An ancient Jedi Master who forged the Kyber Saber.

Others

    Wick Cooper 
A one-time customer of the Freemakers.

    The Maker of Zoh 

Jek-14

Species: Human (clone)

Voiced by: Brian Dobson

After the events of The Yoda Chronicles, Jek-14 went into isolation on Zoh, refusing to be involved in any more conflicts regarding the light side of the Force versus the dark side of the Force.


    The Maker's Droids 

Models: Various, including EV-series medical droid (N3-RO), battle droids, super battle droids, dwarf spider droids, IG-series droids, mouse droids, R5-series astromech droids

Voiced by: French Stewart (N3-RO), Fred Tatasciore (BL-0X)

Droids rebuilt by Jek-14 after their parts were abandoned as junk on Zoh.


    Becky Smoochenbacher 

Becky Smoochenbacher

Voiced by: Dove Cameron

A girl that Zander has a crush on.


  • Action Girl: She is revealed to be an Imperial gunner.
  • Deus ex Machina: Exaggerated: The Freemakers are captured on the Death Star II, thrown into a cell, and the priceless Kyber Saber handed to an Imperial Guard to bring to the Emperor. But that's no ordinary guard: it's Zander's long-time crush, the oft-mentioned but never seen Becky Smoochenbacher. Did you know she had become an Imperial Guard? Did you know she had a crush on Zander too? Ain't Love Grand?.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: After being The Ghost in a Running Gag for the entire show, she shows up in the very last episode, being an Imperial gunner that rescues the Freemakers from the Death Star II before it blows up.
  • Defecting for Love: After Zander left the wheel she joined the Empire until she found out Zander fought for the rebels and she joined them to be with Zander. They eventually get married and have a kid.
  • Easily Forgiven: Apparently Becky didn't face any consequences for working for the Empire while the Freemakers didn't seem to mind either.
  • I Can't Believe a Guy Like You Would Notice Me: Just like Zander, Becky always thought he didn't even know who she was.
  • Last Episode, New Character: She debuts in the final episode of the show.
  • Meaningful Name: Gives Zander a smooch after professing her love for him.
  • Running Gag: Zander professing his love for her.
  • The Cavalry: She rescues the Freemakers when they are captured at the Death Star II.
  • The Ghost: She's frequently brought up by the Freemakers until she shows up in the series finale.
  • Uptown Girl: She lived in the Upper Ring of The Wheel.

LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars

    Moxie Freemaker 

Private Moxie Freemaker

Voiced by: Montse Hernandez

The daughter of Zander Freemaker and Becky Smoochenbacher, born after the end of the Galactic Civil War.


  • Action Girl: After joining the Rebel Alliance.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She was mentioned in Droidography by Roger shortly before she debuted in All-Stars.
  • Follow in My Footsteps: Moxie joined the Rebel Alliance since she wanted to be a hero like her relatives, which Kordi approved of and even arranged for Leia to meet Moxie and recruit her.
  • Heroic Lineage: She is the daughter and niece of war heroes.
  • Meaningful Name: She is full of energy, courage and determination.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes past her hips.

    Ka-Pao 

Ka-Pao

Species: Drabatan

A mechanic that works with Moxie and Roger in the Resistance.


  • Early-Bird Cameo: An unidentified Drabatan mechanic was mentioned in Alien Archive shortly before he debuted and was identified as Ka-Pao in All-Stars.

    Pace Freemaker 

Pace Freemaker

Species: Human (Corellian)

Homeworld: Corellia

Voiced by: Josh Peck

A Corellian mechanic who first found Roger. He is the husband of Lena and the father of Zander, Kordi, and Rowan.


  • Adorkable
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Has shades of this when he glares at Lando for kissing Lena's hand.
  • Disappeared Dad: His absence has yet to be explained.
  • Eye Twitch: His eye twitches when he gets mad.
  • Famed In-Story: He was the one to first coin the term "Uglies" for ships made from different models of ships.
  • Like Parent, Like Child: Like Zander, he has a thing for making Uglies, although he has less pride in it... until a woman comes along and buys one, boosting his confidence to make a business making and selling Uglies.
  • The Reliable One: He is always willing to help someone in need.

    Lena Freemaker 

Lena Freemaker

Voiced by: Jasmin Savoy Brown

A former street swindler from the Ring of Kafrene. She is Pace's wife and the mother of Zander, Kordi and Rowan.


  • Ambiguously Brown
  • Con Woman
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: After living in a bad neighbourhood for a long time and being betrayed by her partner, Lena was very reluctant to trust people but she gets better after working with Pace.
  • Everyone Has Standards: When a stormtrooper's wife blackmails a man into selling her an expensive necklace for a single credit Lena robs the woman of both her money and the necklace, which she returns to the salesman.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: She had a Kowakian monkey-lizard partner-in-crime named Radka until he stole all of their earnings and ratted her out with the stormtroopers.
  • I Work Alone: After being betrayed by her partner in crime she had difficulty trusting people and was initially reluctant to accompany Pace but he manages to help her trust people again.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Wears a pink hooded shirt.
  • Missing Mom: Her absence has yet to be explained.
  • You Have Out Lived Your Usefulness: Her first partner Radka turned Lena in to the stormtroopers after stealing all of her earnings.

Alternative Title(s): LEGO Star Wars All Stars

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