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Coruscant was the homeworld of the human species in the galaxy and the capital of the Galactic Republic and later the Galactic Empire. In addition to being the seat of galactic politics, the planet was also home to the Jedi Order. Following the fall of the Empire and establishment of the New Republic, Coruscant was no longer the capital of the galactic government, as the new senate decided to rotate the capital among its membership.
- Airstrip One: While continuing to be known as Coruscant during the days of the Empire, the planet was officially renamed Imperial Center. Its hyperspace coordinates are 0-0-0.
- All Germans Are Nazis: Or the equivalent, "All Coruscanti are Imperials". The New Republic made blaming Coruscant for the Empire an actual policy, with the capital moved off of Coruscant and placed anywhere else because their citizenry blamed Coruscant for the Galactic Republic's corruption, Palpatine, and the dark times.
- All Planets Are Earth-Like: Possibly more so than any other world in Star Wars, planet spanning city aside - Coruscant is around the same size as Earth and additionally has 24 hour days, and 365 day years and had a climate very similar to Earth. It's even implied, both in Canon and Legends that the human species actually evolved on Coruscant before expanding outward, basically making it the in-universe analogue for Earth.
- Big Fancy Castle: The Imperial Palace, which isn't surprising considering it used to be the Jedi Temple (which they presumably cleaned up after the Jedi Purge).
- Butt-Monkey: Coruscant becomes something of an ugly duckling in the New Republic, with the Old Republic's fall at least partly being blamed on Coruscant. The capital gets rotated, and one of the things that really attracts outlying planets to the new government is that Coruscant is no longer the capital.
- Canon Immigrant: The name "Coruscant" originated from The Thrawn Trilogy before it was decanonized into the Legends segment (the name stuck, however, due to being used in the Prequel Trilogy). It was still used as the former name of the Imperial capital, but the planet was described as having hills, isolated towers, greenery and mountain ranges alongside the urban areas instead of being the City Planet it is now.
- City Planet: The planet is a single Mega City, home to over one trillion sentient beings. Legends indicated that the planet did have a large body of water, which actually served as a planetary reservoir, though this has not been reestablished in the canon.
- The novel Catalyst establishes that it's the planet's Eastern hemisphere that's a city. On the Western side, there's still a patch of undisturbed natural land.
- Death World: The lower levels. The first level is completely uninhabitable, polluted and teeming with dangerous mutants and monsters, while the following few levels, while inhabitable, lack natural sunlight, are still polluted by the immense amount of waste the planet produces and home to the majority of Coruscant's criminal underworld.
- Demoted to Extra: It's much less significant in the New Republic era than it was in Legends since its no longer the galactic capital. By the time of the First Order, Coruscant remained in the background of major events and had fallen into the hands of criminals.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Coruscant made its first canonical appearance in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi, released two years before The Phantom Menace.
- Layered Metropolis: Coruscant is covered in skyscrapers, which are also covered in skyscrapers, which are covered in more skyscrapers, which goes on for long enough that the skyscrapers dwarf the natural features of the planet. And some of the skyscrapers that were built on are actually construction droids for building more skyscrapers. The city has 5127 levelsnot floors, mind you, levels upon which structures are built, with many skyscrapers' upper floors exceeding 20,000 feet altitude. Fluff material describes Coruscant's high-rises as requiring complex environmental regulation systems to compensate for the differential heating between the lobby and the penthouse. Those skyscrapers are for the high-society types, of course. The lower you go, the poorer (and darker) it gets, with the very lowest levels being considered uninhabitable (and occupied by some very nasty predatory critters).
- Monument of Humiliation and Defeat: Palpatine was rather fond of this once he came to power. For instance, he moved into the now-vacant Jedi Temple as his new palace.
- Never Recycle a Building: Darth Vader reveals that Padmé Amidala's apartment remained unoccupied and sealed over twenty years after her death, despite being prime real estate. Given the seal to the apartment includes a carving of the late senator's face, it was apparently left empty as a memorial of sorts to her.
- Our Founder: There was at least one giant statue of Palpatine, founder of the Galactic Empire, on Coruscant. However, by the time of his death in the Battle on Endor, he is so loathed that a mob pulls the statue down while celebrating the Rebels' victory.
- Raygun Gothic: The overall architecture and technology of Coruscant is modelled after this. It actually has a diner that looks straight out of the 1950's, but with a futuristic twist.
- Schrödinger's Canon: Legends only implied Coruscant was the birthplace of humanity. The mobile game Star Wars: Uprising is the first canon source to actually confirm it, although not without mentioning that the claim is somewhat disputed.
- Sleek High Rise Apartment: What the elite usually live in; Padmé Amidala's penthouse is the most commonly seen example.
- Standard Time Units: Coruscant has the same 24-hour day/night cycle as Earth, which is used as the galactic standard time.
- Temple of Doom: The Jedi Temple was built over a Sith Temple. In The Clone Wars (in an unreleased episode arc), Yoda, Ahsoka, Anakin, and Obi-Wan would traveled there to investigate something... and it would turn out some monsters live in there. Word of God implies that (a version of) the Zillo Beast would have returned to fight those monsters.
- Terra Deforming: It seems Coruscant's climate and geography were artificially changed to help it become the planetary metropolis it is by the time of the Prequel Trilogy.
- Toppled Statue: After receiving news of the Emperor's death in the Battle of Endor, the populace begins celebrating and are seen pulling down a statue of Palpatine (the rest of the Imperial higher-ups didn't take this well).
- Underground City: The lower the levels you descend into, the shadier people are, as you can see in Wretched Hive below. Also, if you ever feel like getting past the triple digits, you need special devices such as this mini-ship◊ and things that will let you breathe down there. There are some mysterious and possibly sinister forces down there in the lower levels... like the Sith Temple underneath the Jedi Temple.
- Vice City: Somewhat downplayed. It's generally not a bad place to live, though it's not so nice in the lower levels, which are generally crime-infested and where most people lived anyway. However, the upper levels aren't really much better beneath the surface, being filled with Corrupt Politicians, Corrupt Bureaucrats, Obstructive Bureaucrats... oh, and the guy running the place is a Sith Lord (not that most people are aware of this until after the Empire's formation).
- Wretched Hive: The upper levels are home to the galactic elite, rich and powerful. Once you get to the deeper levels, of which there are over 5000, you run into all sorts of nasty and desperate characters. One of the more notorious levels is 1313, which is home to ruthless criminals and dangerous bars where bounty hunters tend to hang out.
Coruscant Security Force
Lieutenant Tanivos "Tan" Exantor Divo
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
Tanivos Exantor Divo, more commonly referred to as Tan Divo, was a human male police inspector in the Coruscant Security Force on the Galactic Republic capital planet of Coruscant. During the Clone Wars that erupted between the Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems, Divo was an active police officer who held the rank of lieutenant. He displayed both a pompous attitude and rigid, by the book approach to investigations. While Divo's conclusions might have been based on certain facts, his pride made him jump to conclusions before the case was fully investigated and all variables were considered. His daughter, Andressa Divo, later served as an agent for the Imperial Security Bureau during the reign of the Empire, and his grandson, Exantor Divo, served as the head of law enforcement on Hosnian Prime.
- Ambiguous Situation: After the destruction of Alderaan, his daughter, Andressa, stopped talking to him, or at least according to records. It's not explicitly explained, but its implied that he was appalled by what the Empire has done and that his daughter still supported it. Although other evidence seems to point that he was on Alderaan when it blew up.
- Ambiguously Brown: Although it is not very obvious, he and his family members appear to bear Asian or Italian features.
- Ascended Extra: The Scum and Villainy guidebook narrates his and his family's findings during their work as law enforcement officers.
- By-the-Book Cop: He will tolerate no outside interference in his investigations. Unfortunately, his investigations tends to move pretty slowly, making outside action necessary.
- Buffy Speak: He has an instance of this when discussing Onaconda Farr's murder with Padmé, Bail, and Mon Mothma.Divo: After all, I'm the inspector, you're the Senator, so I'll handle the inspecting, and you can stick to the... the Senating.
- Deadpan Snarker: He has a lot of fun making fun of the senators whenever he deals with a case related to them.Padmé: What makes you think it was murder?
Divo: Poison, of course. The politician's preferred method. Found a chemical in his bloodstream, killed him right away. It's an obvious case. Politicians always have something to hide, and it always comes back to haunt them, am I right? Oh, look who I'm asking. Room full of politicians.
- Everybody Has Standards:
- According to Scum and Villainy, he finds the treatment of Clone Troopers by the Republic appalling. In his notes, he sympathizes with Boba for being a Child Soldier who didn't ask to be this way and one thing he can agree on with the Jedi is the lack of empathy from the Republic, such as when Windu's request for Boba to face a less harsher punishment from the Republic Judiciary. The Judiciary denies clones any right to due process when convicted of wrongdoing.
- He and Andressa become estranged, implied to be because they disagreed on their opinions about the Empire, that breaking point being the destruction of Alderaan. Also worth noting is that Inspector Divo has worked with Senator Organa during the Clone Wars, which probably contributed.
- Gonk: Compared to the other human characters (and other humanoids) in The Clone Wars, Inspector Divo's body proportions make him look more caricatured. However, in artwork in the sourcebook Scum and Villainy, Divo is a beneficiary of Progressively Prettier.
- Inspector Lestrade: Subverted. He's quite useful when a murderer is cornered, and he's very experienced on what motivates a murder (as he was right about Onaconda Farr being killed due to his past). The problem is his investigations don't progress fast enough for others (and they tend to make progress faster than him), and sometimes he misses evidence the first time around, and as such some of the people he's worked with have very little confidence in him.
- Interservice Rivalry: He and the police are not entirely fond of the Jedi due to them not really being law enforcement and working outside of the law — for example, the whole thing with Obi-Wan disguising himself as Rako Hardeen was something the police were not informed of. The only exception to that is Quinlan Vos, who helped them on investigations on Coruscant as opposed to leading an army on the battlefront. After the execution of Order 66, Divo made no comment on his thoughts about Vos being a traitor to the Republic.
- Jerkass Has a Point:
- While he is clearly disdainful of all politicians without having a reason, he does have a good point that Padmé is operating outside the law by trying to solve Onaconda Farr's murder without sharing information with the police.
- Also the quote above, where he talks about how all politicians have something to hide, in front of a room of politicians (even though he might not know it). Among the ones present are: Padmé, who's secretly married to a Jedi Knight; Palpatine, who's secretly the Big Bad; Lolo Purs, the killer Divo's searching for; and Bail Organa and Mon Mothma, who will go on to secretly organize the Rebellion.
- Police Are Useless: In both criminal cases he's seen to investigate, the crime is solved by someone else (Padmé uncovers Onaconda Farr's killer, and Chairman Papanoida's daughters are rescued by the Chairman himself and Ahsoka).
Coruscant Underworld Police
The police officers of the Coruscant Security Force that were responsible for upholding law and order in the lower levels of Coruscant. Notoriously hardened and burly, they also wore heavy leather and metal armor that covered their entire body as well as a helmet with mechanical eye coverings, granting them anonymity, extra protection, and an authoritative presence.
- Ambiguously Human: Well, ambiguously humanoid. Due to being heavily clothed, the ordinary bystander might not be able to tell if they're actually droids or humanoid aliens, but considering their reflexes and other behavior shown, they're likely humanoids. According to the guidebook, Scum and Villainy, this ambiguity is deliberate on their part, as the Coruscant Underworld suffers from species-based tribalism.
- Bad Cop/Incompetent Cop: They're the bad cops to the Guardian police droids' downplayed incompetent cops.
- The Dreaded: The Milon siblings try to avoid them when they're on the run, and Anandra is slightly relieved when a pair of a Stormtrooper and an Underworld cop that she had seen recently split up, and the Stormtrooper is the one that confronts her while the cop is elsewhere.
- Fun with Acronyms: CUP. Alternatively, there's also the ironic UP.
- Glowing Mechanical Eyes: They're probably just a part of the helmet to help see in the dark. Probably.
- Police Brutality: They can be rough if they need to. Further amped up when the Empire sends down Imperial reinforcements down to the Underworld to help maintain control of Coruscant.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Sure, they may be on the Empire's side, but the point of the Underworld Police is to maintain law and order, even if said law and order is questionable. And to be fair, considering Coruscant is a Wretched Hive, home to lots of criminal scum, especially in the Underworld, they have to be hardened if they want to get anything done.
- Schrödinger's Canon: However, Fantasy Flight Games' Under a Black Sun roleplaying game reveals that the Coruscant Underworld Police don't seem to like the Imperials interfering with their matters. Even at one point, a firefight occurs between Han and some Stormtroopers, but any nearby Underworld cops are ordered by their superiors to stand down because it's an Imperial matter and thus not their business.
Dexter "Dex" Jettster
A diner owner on Coruscant, Dexter was an old friend of Obi-Wan Kenobi's who he sometimes relied on a source of information. After the Clone Wars, Dexter departed Coruscant and travelled the Outer Rim, doing what he could to help those in need.
- Affectionate Nickname: When he dated Maz Kanata she called him Dexi Jet.
- Amicable Exes: He used to date Maz Kanata. Their relationship ended amicably, with Dex still remembering her fondly and keeping her letters in an empty ammo crate.
- Big Fun: A portly good-natured diner owner, which is typical of his race.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: Maz accused him of this at one point, and he later thinks she might be correct as he spends at least part of the Dark Times wandering the galaxy attempting to fight the excessive brutality of the syndicates that control the Outer Rim despite knowing how little of a dent one person could make in their operations.
- Everyone Has Standards: Has some admiration for the Kaminoians and their cloning work, while being absolutely disgusted by the horrors inflicted upon workers being exploited by Crimson Dawn in the labs they use to "improve" their miners.
- Famed In-Story: He's apparently well-known to some extent or at least enough people went to his diner, in part because Jedi like Obi-Wan frequented there.
- Feeling Their Age: When arriving on Athus Klee, he moves so slowly due to his age that all of the other passengers on the transport make it to the local inns and book all the rooms before he even reaches them. Dexter isn't too bothered by this, as it gives him a nice excuse to camp under the stars.
- The Fog of Ages: It's unclear exactly how old he is, but by the Dark Times Dexter has been around quite a while and struggles to place some events in his memory. His presence in Phase II of The High Republic would confirm he has lived at least 363 years.Dexter: When you get as old as me the years seem like they're not worth so much. Memories either feel like a century ago or yesterday. No in between.
- Formerly Fit: His appearance in The High Republic Adventures shows him as much thinner and muscular. By the time of Attack of the Clones, he's put on a lot of weight.
- Greasy Spoon: Owns one called Dex's Diner.
- Heroic Fatigue: His entries in the Smuggler's Guide make it clear that his age, the rise of the Empire, and the horrors the syndicates inflict upon their victims in the Outer Rim have gotten to him, and he briefly despairs about how little he can do as one person. Despite this, Dexter manages shake off his doubts, rescue an enslaved worker from Crimson Dawn, and send recorded evidence of the syndicate's crimes on Athus Klee to a trustworthy friend in the senate in the hopes that something could be done. The fact that a note written by Han mentions this story sounding familiar suggests that Dexter's efforts worked in at least bringing some attention to Crimson Dawn's activity there.
- Joke of the Butt: When greeting Obi-Wan, the movie cuts to a Plumber's Crack shot of him where he pulls his pants up.
- Mysterious Past: Exactly what he did before owning a diner is in question, as he once dated Maz, is very knowledgeable about cloners and gene-modification operations, and keeps mementos in old ammo crates.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: During the High Republic era, he wielded four blasters at once.
- Multi Armed Multi Tasking: During the Fall of the Republic era, he uses his extra arms for cooking purposes.
- Nice Guy: He was a very friendly individual, and it's not hard to see why he and Obi-Wan got along so well.
- The Smart Guy: He was able to recognize that the dart that killed Zam Wessel was from Kamino and uncovered its location, even when the Jedi Archives had no idea that the planet existed.
- Tuckerization: He is named after Jett Lucas, George Lucas's son.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: According to Aftermath, his diner went out of service sometime before the Battle of Endor. The Smuggler's Guide reveals that he left Coruscant and began wandering the galaxy during the reign of the Empire, righting small wrongs where he could.
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
The son of the head of Coruscant's diplomatic legation around three years prior to the Battle of Yavin. Chassellon was a member of the Apprentice Legislature alongside Leia Organa and Amilyn Holdo.
- Fire-Forged Friends: His experiences with Leia in their Pathfinder training and his aid on Coruscant eventually forge a trusting friendship between the two. Chassellon is even invited to Leia's Day of Demand ceremony where she is acknowledged as Breha and Bail's heir to the throne.
- Foil: To Kier Domadi, the other Alderaanian in the Apprentice Legislature. While Chassellon is arrogant and somewhat of a jerk in contrast to Kier's humbleness and kindness, Chassellon ultimately turns out to be the braver and more trustworthy of the two as Kier attempts to sell out the Rebellion to the Empire due to fear while Chassellon helps cover up Leia and Amilyn's rebel activities.
- Hidden Depths: Leia is astounded and begins to think there is more to Chassellon than she knows when he agrees to let her and Amilyn take the transport he was attempting to hire after seeing how desperate they were and agreeing to keep their departure from Coruscant a secret.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He is quite haughty, as is typical among Coruscanti elite, but turns out to care deeply for his friends once he gets to know them and shows disgust at some actions the Empire takes.
- Secret-Keeper: Although it is unclear how much he was able to deduce, Chassellon knows that Leia and Holdo were involved in something they wished to keep secret from the Empire and swears to keep it secret.
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
Letta Turmond was a human citizen of Coruscant whose husband worked at the Jedi Temple until he exploded. She was part of a plot to force the Jedi to withdraw from the Clone Wars.
- Character Death: She gets Force-choked to death by a concealed Barriss Offee in "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much".
- His Name Is...: She tries to tell Ahsoka the identity of the Jedi who recruited her to bomb the Jedi Temple hangar, but is Force-choked by an unseen Barriss before she can say the name.
- I Never Said It Was Poison: After discovering the nanodroids in her house, Ahsoka tells her that "someone made Jackar the bomb". Later on, she protests that she had nothing to do with Jackar's death. As the episode guide explains, without knowledge of Jackar's death (which the Jedi did not release), Ahsoka's statement would normally be interpreted as "someone made a bomb for Jackar".
- Ink-Suit Actor: She looks slightly like her voice actor, Kari Wahlgren.
- Interspecies Romance: She (Human) was married to Jackar, an Abyssin, a cycloptic alien species.
- She Knows Too Much: She gets killed to keep her quiet about Barriss being behind the Temple bombing.
- Tampering with Food and Drink: She put explosive nanodroids in her husband's food, turning him into a walking bomb.
- Tattooed Crook: She has tattoos all over her face, and she's an accomplice to murder and terrorism.
- Unwitting Pawn: She was this to Barriss to a certain extent. Letta knew she was a pawn, but was unaware of just how much she was being used.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: She believed that the Jedi Order was corrupt and attacked the Jedi Temple in hopes of forcing them to withdraw from the Clone Wars. This belief is why Barriss recruited her to perform the bombing.
Tiggs Leo was the owner and operator of Moshi Bar, a tavern located in the Coruscant Underworld. During the Clone Wars, bounty hunters Aurra Sing and Boba Fett were holding Republic officers hostage. In search of leads for their location, Jedi Master Plo Koon and Padawan Ahsoka Tano sought information in the Coruscant Underworld until Ahsoka's impatience and over-hostility led to trouble in Moshi Bar.
- Multi-Armed Multitasking: Those extra arms must be pretty helpful for a bartender, cleaning dishes and serving drinks simultaneously.
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
The younger sister of Rafa, Trace runs a repair shop on Level 1313, although she wants to be a pilot. She befriends Ahsoka Tano when the ex-Jedi crash-lands on her landing platform.
- Action Girl: She manages to fight competently against Pintu's thugs, although they eventually overwhelm her. She also outwits the Pykes' torturers and holds her own against them.
- Ambiguously Brown: She and her sister's names are Latin-based.
- Country Mouse: Ironically, for a resident of the largest city planet in the galaxy, she has the personality of one. She is naïve, trusting and all but completely ignorant about how things stand in the wider world; her knowledge doesn't even stretch to the traffic laws of her home planet.
- Didn't Think This Through: Her solution to getting Ahsoka and Rafa to stop arguing over Rafa taking jobs from the Pykes, one of the most dangerous crime syndicates in the galaxy? Dumping the cargo they were supposed to deliver to the Pykes into hyperspace. The story arc would've been over in half the time if she hadnt done that.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible to Rafa's Foolish. She just wants to stay financially afloat for long enough to finish working on her ship so she can make a living amongst the stars, while Rafa gets herself involved with shady characters. Unfortunately, her naivete keeps her from playing the trope completely straight.
- Naïve Newcomer: Trace may be used to life in Coruscant's lower levels, but she proves to know little about life elsewhere in the galaxy, being unaware of Kessel's full reputation and what exactly the Pyke Syndicate is, and assuming the slaves in the mines are initially droids. She also has no idea that she might need a pilot's license and flies right into a military air lane without realizing that could get her arrested.
- Giver of Lame Names: One of the few things Ahsoka and Rafa are in complete agreement about is that Trace's name for her ship, the Silver Angel, isn't great.
- Wrench Wench: A mechanic by trade, capable of putting together anything from droids to starships.
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
The older sister of Trace, Rafa is constantly getting into shady business deals in her determination to provide for herself and her sister.
- Ambiguously Brown: She and her sister's names are Latin-based.
- Big Sister Instinct: She's very protective of Trace, and will confront anyone who she suspects of potentially trying to use her. It's implied she has a tendency to veer into Knight Templar Big Sister, however, as Trace's complaint in "Deal No Deal" that Rafa never likes any of her friends, combined with Rafa's view shaped by her Dark and Troubled Past that it's a mistake to rely on anyone who isn't family hints that Rafa has been deliberately driving off anyone Trace attempts to befriend, which her mistrust of Ahsoka supports.
- Character Development: In her first appearances, Rafa was only looking out for herself and Trace and took extremely shady deals to make money. Around a year later in her next appearance, she is working a job for an early proto-rebel network to gain information that can be used to fight the Empire.
- Conscience Makes You Go Back: In a very Han Solo-esque way, she puts her cynicism aside to rescue Ahsoka.
- Cynicism Catalyst: She became embittered and came to believe that she and her sister couldn't rely on anyone else, especially people from the upper levels, after the death of her parents when a transport ship crashed into the wall of a portal because it was diverted there by Jedi who were trying to keep it away from a crowded landing platform, and when the Jedi who made the decision to do so came to see the sisters afterwards, she offered condolences but little else.
- Debt Detester: Rafa immediately plots to rescue Ahsoka after Ahsoka lies to the Pykes give the sisters a means to escape, because she can't have someone else doing something genuinely selfless for her without paying it back.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: While definitely not evil, her life in the Coruscant underworld makes her very suspicious of Ahsoka for helping with no apparent ulterior motive. At the end, she realizes Ahsoka is truly just an All-Loving Hero.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Trace's Responsible. In her determination to provide for herself and her sister, she constantly gets herself involved with shady characters like Pintu and Lokann, while Trace just wants to finish her ship so she can make a living as a pilot.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While she initially seems shady, selfish, and manipulative, it's revealed she really does care for Trace and looks out for the both of them, the only way she knows how.
- Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club: Rafa runs a laundromat as a front for her business; something of a classic front as laundromats, being a cash based business, are a good way to launder money.
- Never My Fault: She has a distinct tendency to deflect blame for her bad decisions, particularly when her, Trace and Ahsoka get into trouble with the Pykes and she tries to claim that she is blameless in what happened.
- Psychological Projection: "Deal No Deal" presents that she has a tendency for this; she believes that there's no way Ahsoka is just helping her sister out of kindness since they only recently met, and assumes Ahsoka is trouble while pressuring Trace into a mission of dubious legality and keeping her in the dark about it.
- Ungrateful Bitch: Despite all the help Ahsoka gives her and her sister in escaping from the Pykes, Rafa tries to ditch Ahsoka at the first opportunity when it looks like she's stuck behind a gap too wide to jump, and tries to get Trace to go along with it. Unbeknownst to Rafa, however, the gap is no problem for someone like Ahsoka. However, after Ahsoka gives herself up so the Martez sisters can escape, she comes around to Ahsoka.
The owner of Yinchom Dojo. The then-Commander Thrawn and then-senatorial aide Pryce made frequent visits to this dojo in the early years of the Empire, accompanied by Colonel Yularen and Ensign Vanto.
- Canon Immigrant: In Legends, she was a member of Talon Karrde's organization. Her appearance in canon brings back the Togorian species.
- The Exile: Although she was not involved in the anti-Imperial plot based out of her dojo, she is advised to leave Coruscant.
- Stunned Silence: She's shaken up when the Imperial Security Bureau storms into her dojo to arrest Juahir.
Instructor Juahir Madras
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
An instructor at Yinchom Dojo that taught Arihnda Pryce how to spar. She was discovered to be conducting treasonous activities and was arrested by Pryce and the Imperial Security Bureau.
- Armor-Piercing Question: Before the ISB takes her to jail, Pryce asks her if their friendship ever meant anything to her or if it was just a tool. Juahir quietly answers that it wasn't a lie.
- Villainous Friendship: While Juahir doesn't really show signs of villainy, Pryce does, yet the two were good friends and made casual talk to each other.
- Was It All a Lie?: As the ISB puts her under arrest, Pryce asks her if she ever did take their friendship seriously or if it was just a tool to advance her own ambitions. Juahir is silent before quietly answering it was genuine. Later on, it turns out that she tried to contact Pryce in about twenty messages over the past year since she's been put into a detention facility, though we don't find out if Juahir genuinely wanted to mend their friendship or she was pathetically trying to use Pryce to get her out.
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
A young woman from Alderaan who had immigrated to Coruscant by the time of her homeworld's destruction. After witnessing stormtroopers beginning to arrest other Alderaanians living on Coruscant due to fear of rebel recruitment, she fled her family's apartment with her younger brother Santigo in search of asylum.
- Action Survivor: Anandra does a fairly good job avoiding Imperial detection for awhile while caring for Santigo, and when confronted by a stormtrooper she did an okay job fighting him, managing to disarm him of his blaster and knock his helmet off. However, she would have lost had it not been for the intervention of a Herglic.
- Big Sister Instinct: Anandra's only goal is to protect Santigo from the Empire.
- You Can't Go Home Again: Because the Empire will be waiting for them if they return to their apartment. Also, Alderaan is, you know, gone.
Species: Human (Coruscanti)
A young male human from the planet Alderaan who had immigrated to the planet Coruscant by the time of his homeworld's destruction. When it was discovered that the Empire was presecuting other Coruscant residents from Alderaan due to fear of rebel recruitment, he and his sister fled their family's apartment in search of asylum.
- Abusive Parents: Of the emotional variety. She never gives Syril a break, criticizing him for his poor posture, not showing gratitude for her, going through his personal belongings, and just generally denigrates him and chips away at his self-esteem.
- It's All About Me: Eedy scolds Syril often about his behavior and makes clear that she only does anything for him because she expects him to do things for her in return.I move mountains to scrape you off the floor and put you back on your feet, and what do I reap? What is the return on my investment?
- Mirror Character: To Maarva Andor. Both are the elderly single mothers of two of the main characters of Andor, and that's where their similarities end. Maarva is tough and not Cassian's biological mother, but very clearly loves him as if he were her biological son and is only frustrated whenever Cassian recklessly puts himself in danger. Eedy meanwhile, is the biological mother of Syril, but constantly brings him down and makes him feel miserable and inadequate about himself for not living up to her expectations. Maarva is shown to be a steadfast Rebel sympathizer, while Eedy lives an idle life and mindlessly believes Imperial propaganda about the Rebellion. Eedy seemingly has no social life and yells at her neighbor for potentially starting at her and Syril, while Maarva is cared for by Bix and Timm in Cassian's absence as her health begins dwindling, showing her to be an appreciated member of Ferrix's community.
- My Beloved Smother: Eedy is very unpleasant to live with. She criticizes her son Syril for pretty much everything he does, mere days after he got fired and came home.
- In "The Axe Forgets" she calls him out for slouching, tells him he has no prospects, and chides him for never inviting her to visit.
- In "Nobody's Listening!" she nags him about showing more gratitude about what she does for him, shortly before Karn reveals she's been snooping around his room while he's out under the guise of "cleaning", even going so far as to dig through his personal belongings.
Elan "Sleazebaggano" Sel'Sabagno
Elan Sel'Sabagno, also known as Elan Sleazebaggano, was a drug dealer from the lower levels of Coruscant. He met Obi-Wan in a bar and made the mistake of offering his product.
- Fantastic Drug: He deals in death sticks.
- Heel Realization: After meeting Obi-Wan, Elan gets a sudden urge to go home and rethink his life.
- Meaningful Name: "Sleazebag" is usually a term referring a slimy, untrustworthy person, usually male.
Cassilyda "Cassie" Cryar
Species: Terrelian Jango Jumper
Cassilyda "Cassie" Cryar was a thief who ended up in possession of Ahsoka's lightsaber during the Clone Wars.
- Bare Your Midriff: As shown in her picture, her outfit does not cover her midsection.
- Cool Mask: She wears a bone mask with a hole for her ponytail.
- Dirty Coward: As soon as she realizes that Ahsoka is a Jedi, Cassie runs, and later, takes a hostage to try and ensure her own escape.
- Humanoid Alien: She has the basic human shape, but her limbs are a bit too long and skinny and her skin color is too out of the norm for her to be mistaken for human.
- Interspecies Romance: With Ione Marcy, a Salenga.
- Opera Gloves: Her gloves go up past her elbows.
- Le Parkour: Her species is well known for being agile and fast, and she can jump across roofs like a Jedi without the assistance of the Force
- Smug Snake: She confidently declares that Ahsoka is about to die, then realizes she doesn't know how to turn on the lightsaber. She also believes that using a lightsaber makes her as powerful as a Jedi, but doesn't seem to actually know very much about the Jedi (she doesn't manage to identify Ahsoka as Jedi, and refers to a Jedi Mind Trick as a "Jedi Force trick").
- Suicidal Overconfidence: She thinks having a lightsaber makes her as strong as a Jedi, and she foolishly tries to engage Tera Sinube in a lightsaber duel. Naturally, she gets disarmed and defeated in three moves, two of which was just Sinube blocking her wild jabs.
- Too Dumb to Live: It's clear she believed that a Jedi's strength came from the lightsaber. Anybody will tell you that it's the other way around. It's probably for the best that Sinube disarmed her quickly, since she'd be more likely to hurt herself than anyone else wielding such a dangerous weapon.
- Would Hurt a Child: Or at least threaten a mother holding her child.
Ions Marcy was a criminal living on Coruscant who was also Cassie Cryar's accomplice.
- Alien Hair: As shown in the picture to the right, she has a flap of skin (or something) that resembles long hair worn loose.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She acts like a victim, but she's actually Cassie's accomplice and fellow criminal.
- Evil Duo: With Cassie. Unfortunately for them, neither got the brains.
- Facial Markings: She has several red markings on her face.
- Humanoid Alien: She has the standard human body shape, but her facial and hand structures are not human.
- Interspecies Romance: With Nack Movers, a Trandoshan, and Cassie Cryar, a Terrelian Jango Jumper.
- Tracking Device: Jedi Master Tera Sinube plants one on her and lets her escape, leading him and Ahsoka Tano to her and Cassie.
Nack Movers was an assassin that lived on Coruscant during the Clone Wars. After he purchased the lightsaber of Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano from Bannamu, he returned to his apartment, only to be killed by his girlfriend, Ione Marcy, and her accomplice, Cassie Cryar, who stole the lightsaber from him.
- Gonk: He's none-too-pretty, even for a Trandoshan.
- Interspecies Romance: He's Trandoshan, and his girlfriend Ione's species is unknown, but it's definitely not that.
- Killed Offscreen: By Ione and Marcy.
- Palette Swap: He has the same character model as scavenger Gha Nachkt.
- Slipping a Mickey: He was killed when Ione poisoned his drink.
A pickpocket that lived on Coruscant during the Clone Wars.
- Aliens of London: He speaks with a slight Italian accent.
- Chain of Deals: A small one, but because of him, Ahsoka and Master Sinube have to run around Coruscant finding the former's lightsaber. Bannamu sold it to Movers, who got killed and looted by Cassie and Ione.
- Karma Houdini: He doesn't get arrested for stealing Ahsoka's lightsaber, probably because Ahsoka doesn't want that kind of information going around about how she lost it to a petty thief. Plus, she wouldn't have been able to prove that Bannamu stole her lightsaber, since she had no witnesses and the other guy involved got killed.
Anandra: Why are you doing this?
Criminal: You are of Alderaan, yes?
Criminal: I know what your people suffer.
A Herglic that had partnered up with a Pau'an drug dealer on Level 1997 by the time of the Death Star crisis. When Alderaanian immigrants Anandra and Santigo Milon sought a way to escape Coruscant when the Empire began persecution of Alderaanians after the destruction of Alderaan, Anandra was offered a job by the Pau'an but turned it down. The siblings fled when Imperials entered the cantina they were meeting in, but Anandra was saved by the Herglic partner who told her about a refugee camp on Level 1782.
A petty thief based around the CoCo Town area. After numerous incidents of stealing customers' pay at Dex's Diner, Dex got Obi-Wan's help to put an end to this criminal's career.
- Alliterative Name: Like fellow Pa'lowick, Sy Snootles.
- Chancellor Finis Valorum on the Galactic Republic Senate page.
- Colonel Wullf Yularen on the COMPNOR page.
- Agen Kolar on the Jedi Council page.
- Alexsandr Kallus on his own page.
- Anora Fair on the Rebel Cells page.
- Caleb Dume/Kanan Jarrus on the Crew of the Ghost page.
- Rystáll Sant on the Hutt Clans page.
- Del Meeko on the Inferno Squad page.