Due to the unknown canon status and production completion of Project: Ragtag, the characters of Project: Ragtag are being placed on their own page until further notice.
The Ragtag Crew & Allies
Species: Human (Alderaanian)
A scoundrel and a pupil of Buck. When he was 17, he ran away from home so that he wouldn't be forced into Imperial service. After his homeworld was blown up by the Death Star, he went into service of Jabba the Hutt in an attempt to earn credits to buy himself off of the Empire's list of surviving Alderaanians.
He would have been the protagonist of Ragtag.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": His name isn't actually "Dodger". He's named that because he "dodged" the Imperial draft.
- Expy: Of Han.
- Dramatic Irony: He ran away from home because he didn't want to become an Imperial. Now, he can't return home because the Empire destroyed it.
- The Heart: His humor and friendship with Robie is what helps keep the crew together.
- Survivor's Guilt: Has this after Alderaan is blown up by the Death Star.
- Whip It Good: Not only does he have a whip, but he also has a grappling line/light whip.
- You Can't Go Home Again: He's from Alderaan.
A gunslinger with a laconic attitude. She was raised by the Wandering Star crime family on Level 1313 of Coruscant. Robie gets roped into helping Dodger kidnap Oona on a mission for Jabba.
She would have been the protagonist of the sequel to Ragtag.
- Death by Origin Story: Her parents were killed, orphaning her until the Wandering Star crime family took her in.
- Expy: Of Aphra.
- Fantastic Racism: She doesn't like droids, as artificial life creeps her out. This puts her at odds with Doc.
- The Heart: Her humor and friendship with Dodger is what helps keep the crew together.
- Older Than They Look: She may be an Aphra expy, but she's in her early thirties, while Aphra seems to be in her late twenties.
Model: Field medic astromech droid
A rebel droid stolen by Dodger.
- The Cracker: Being an astromech droid and all, yeah.
- Expy: She is described as having a ball-shaped bottom (like a BB-series droid) but a barrel-shaped body (like regular astromech droids), making her sound like an expy of BB-8 and Artoo. Her head being able to detach and float around also sounds similar to probe droids.
- The Medic: An interesting variation in that she's an astromech.
- Robot Buddy: Wouldn't be Star Wars without one.
A rich and spoiled young lady.
A sneaky crook that Dodger reluctantly enlists the help of. As he didn't join the Jedi, he only has minimal skills in the Force and has yet to do any good with it, but he soon discovers his higher calling.
- Character Development: He would've lessened use of his Force powers for trivial things and instead for more important matters.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: Nightstar? C'mon.
- Dark Is Evil: "Night" is in his name, and it turns out that he's a bad guy.
- The Mole: Towards the end of the game, it turns out that he works for Korzan and he was the one that set off the superweapon on Mos Elrey. He then returns Oona back to her mother and destroys the intel the crew was going to the deliver to the Rebel Alliance so that the crew can't provide evidence of their claims about Korzan's superweapon.
An older scoundrel that had mentored Dodger, along with many other orphans. He joined the Rebellion after discovering a horrible truth on Tatooine, making him a target.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Dodger is surprised to hear that he joined the Rebellion.
- Recycled In Space: He's said to essentially be Oliver Twist in Space.
- Sacrificial Lion: He gets killed by the testing of a superweapon on his hometown, Mos Elrey.
- Taken for Granite: He and the rest of Mos Elrey die this way thanks to Korzan's superweapon.
The Galactic Fringe
The mother of Oona, as well as being a Rang Clan underboss.
Mammo the Hutt
An albino Hutt that runs a spice-mining colony.