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A hot jungle planet, Akiva was the location of Confederate droid factories during the Clone Wars. Following the end of that conflict, the ruling Satraps allied themselves with the Galactic Empire, who occupied the world. A few months after the Battle of Endor, a group of Imperial leaders held a summit on Akiva that was ultimately broken up by an uprising by the population and a New Republic fleet, after which Akiva joined the New Republic.
Model: B1-series battle droid
A B1 battle droid rebuilt and upgraded by a young Temmin Wexley.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: Though certainly dangerous, he tends to get damaged because he rushes into combat without a plan beyond stabbing everything to death.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: As shown in the official poster released with Aftermath: Life Debt.
- Blood Knight: He loves violence.
- Dance Battler: He's been upgraded with several extra joints, making him extremely fast and flexible.
- Expy: Of HK-47, being a Laughably Evil murderous red droid.
- Glad He's on Our Side: Jas says this of him.
- Knife Nut: Carries at least one vibroblade.
- No Indoor Voice: ALL HIS DIALOGUE IS CAPITALIZED TO SHOW THIS.
- Personality Chip: An adult Snap Wexley still carries Mr. Bones' personality chip with him. Poe uses it to reprogram an unhelpful Clone Wars-era commando droid into a fighter.
- Punny Name: He's a rebuilt "B1" battle droid named "Bones".
- Retro Upgrade: He's a B1 battle droid that Temmin upgraded into a very effective killing machine.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: He's described as being black and red and, while he's not evil, he certainly loves violence.
- Robot Buddy: To young Temmin Wexley after his mother leaves him to join the Rebellion.
- Robotic Psychopath: Deeply enjoys violence.
- Shout-Out: At one point in Empire's End, he uses the phrase "meatbags", à la HK-47.
- Skeletons in the Coat Closet: He gets his name from the numerous bones that decorate his body.
The sister of Norra Wexley, aunt to Temmin Wexley, and wife of Shirene. She raises Temmin after his mother leaves to join the Rebellion.
The wife of Esmelle.
- Brutal Honesty: Criticizes Norra for leaving her son to join the Rebels but she's a lot nicer about it than Esmelle.
- Has Two Mommies: Raises Temmin with her wife Esmelle.
- Opposites Attract: She's described as being Esmelle's opposite in both appearance (Esmelle is thin, pale, and silver-haired while Shirene is heavier, dark-skinned, and dark-haired) and personality.
Brentin Lore Wexley
The husband of Norra Wexley, and the father of Temmin "Snap" Wexley. Years before the Battle of Endor, he relayed messages for the Rebel Alliance, but was soon discovered and arrested by the Empire, sent to a prison labor camp on Kashyyyk called Ashmead's Lock.
- Manchurian Agent: At some point, per Palpatine's contingency plans, Rax had the prisoners at Ashmead's Lock implanted with bio-chips in their brains that would turn them into drones in an attempt to assassinate New Republic command if they were rescued.
A Outer Rim planet with deposits of dedlanite, which is used in the manufacturing of blasters. After the destruction of the Death Star in the Galactic Civil War, Chewbacca was stranded on the world after his A-Wing crashed there. At the same time, Jaum was converting citizens into slaves for his mining industry, but an escaped slave named Zarro managed to get Chewbacca's help to end Jaum's tyranny.
A teenage girl that Chewbacca meets after crash-landing on Andelm IV. She wishes to liberate her people, who have been enslaved by Jaum to work as miners.
- Badass and Child Duo: Her and Chewie.
- Boyish Short Hair: Her hair.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: In comparison to Chewbacca, she's really short.
- I Choose to Stay: She refuses to leave Andelm IV, because it's her home and she believes she has to help save it from the Empire. Plus, she doesn't really have anywhere else to go either.
- Kid Hero: She's in her early teens.
- Language Barrier: She doesn't understand Shyriiwook, and combined with not knowing anything about Wookiees either, this leads to her early on making the opposite assumption of what Chewbacca really means. For example, after she asks if he knows what it means to be a slave, Chewbacca gets angry and starts digging through the cockpit of his A-Wing. Anyone who knows a thing about Wookiees can tell you that they were made a Slave Race under the Empire, but she thinks that he's mad because she keeps bothering him about something he insists isn't his problem yet feels bad about it, only realizing he's going to help when he finds his bowcaster. She's mostly basing off of context.
- Missing Mom: Her mother left Andelm IV.
- Slave Liberation: Her ultimate goal.
The father of Zarro. When he was unable to repay his debts to Jaum, he and Zarro were taken by him as his slaves.
A mining tycoon who uses slave labor and is trying to cut a deal with the Empire.
- Arc Villain: He is the main antagonist of the Chewbacca comic.
- Bad Boss: Executes one of his men after he reports a Wookiee attacked him in the mines, assuming the man was high on spice.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: He doesn't breathe oxygen and has to wear a special gas mask. At one point, he detaches one of the tubes and sprays some of the gas into a human's face to torture him.
- Evil Debt Collector: How he gets most of his slaves.
- Villainous Friendship: He is friends with Tyvak, his Shistavanen bodyguard and second-in-command. He is outraged when Chewbacca kills him, although being a pragmatic businessman he offers to pay-off Chewbacca with Tyvak's share to get him to stop attacking his operation.
The homeworld of the Askajians, which allied with the New Republic in the waning days of the Galactic Empire. The Askajians were divided into tribes ruled by a chief. The planet is also sometimes known as Askaj.
- Canon Immigrant: Askaji was first mentioned in Tales from Jabba's Palace, before eventually being introduced in Canon in Aftermath: Empire's End.
- Rubber-Forehead Alien: Askajians look very similar to humans, the main differences being some facial features such as wrinkled foreheads; female Askajians, at least, also have six breasts.
- Schrödinger's Canon: In Legends, the planet was mostly desert and the Askajians worshipped their moon as a deity.
- Yarna d'al Gargan on the Hutt Clans page.
A snowy world that was home to the Ming Po. During the Clone Wars, the Death Watch temporarily set up camp on Carlac, abusing a local Ming Po village.
The elder of a village of Ming Po on the planet Carlac. Chieftain Pieter and his people were terrorized by the Death Watch during the Clone Wars.
- Facial Markings: Like the rest of his people, he has several marks on his face, with three blue diamonds under his eyes.
- The Leader: Of his village.
- Too Dumb to Live: While he can't really be blamed for his anger, his aggressive confrontation with Pre Viszla, who Pieter knows is ruthless and dangerous, was just asking for the Death Watch to attack his village.
The granddaughter of Chieftain Pieter, she was one of several villagers kidnapped and made to serve the Death Watch.
- Facial Markings: She has several markings in a pattern on her face. Whether they are tattoos or more temporary markings is unknown.
- Heroic Sacrifice: She throws herself in front of her grandfather to prevent Pre Vizsla from stabbing him, only to be killed herself.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: With the Darksaber by Vizsla.
- In the Back: When Vizsla stabs her, it is through her back.
An ocean planet in the Outer Rim that is home to a refueling station, the Colossus. It's home to a vibrant racing circuit, whose racers also double as the station's air security.
- Extra Eyes: Every animal native to Castilon (which so far includes speagulls, sharvos, and rokkna) has four eyes.
- Single-Biome Planet: An ocean planet is a rather refreshing change from desert, don't you think?
Also known as "shellfolk", they are the sentient natives of Castilon and are the maintenance workers of the Colossus, residing in the lower levels of the platform. They look like humanoid turtles, and have the ability to slow down their vital functions. While amphibious, they prefer to live above the water.
- Beneath Notice: Not only are they custodians, but they move and speak slowly and are prone to just sleeping randomly on the job, leading most people to overlook them. However, they have eyes and ears everywhere and they locate two missing children within an hour.
- Chekhov's Gun: Their ability to slow down their vital signs, mentioned early in their debut episode, comes in handy to save Kel and Eila.
- Meaningful Name: They earn their name after one of the three major families of the turtle suborder Pleurodira.
- Nice Guy: They're friendly and help Kaz and Neeku find Kel and Eila for a bounty, even though they could have turned in Kel and Eila themselves and backstab Kaz and Neeku. They later help them against the First Order and take in Kel and Eila for the time being.
- Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Males have facial hair, females don't.
- Turtle Power: They are turtle-like sentients whose shells allow them to carry their items.
- The Unintelligible: Only Neeku can understand their language.
A species of meter-high rodent-like humanoids with bat-like faces.
- Funny Animal: They're just anthropomorphic mice people.
- Troo-tri-lek on the Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries: Republic Era page.
A world home to salt flats, as well as an old abandoned rebel base by the time Starkiller Base is destroyed.
- Artistic License Biology: Despite having no trees, it has a breathable atmosphere. Handwaved away in All There in the Manual, where it is explained that it comes from the gradual dissolution of some of Crait's crystals that suspend oxygen and nitrogen. Also, at least one native species is made of crystals.
- Symbolic Blood: The surface is a plain of red crystal covered by a thin layer of salt. After the battle of Crait, the surface appears to be covered in blood due to the red gashes.
A temperate, forested planet used by the Resistance as a base during their conflict with the First Order.
- Orbital Bombardment: The First Order use a Dreadnought to destroy the Resistance's base from outer space, though they manage to evacuate just in the nick of time.
- Single-Biome Planet: In keeping with long-standing Star Wars tradition, from what's been mentioned it's all forest.
A desert planet, home to the Er'Kit species. Before the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Senator Danry Ledwellow took bribes from Thalassian slavers to allow them to use the planet for their illicit activities before his scandal was discovered.
Senator Danry Ledwellow
A male Er'Kit that served as the representative of his homeworld and worked with Saponza's Gang to defeat the Blood Dawn slavers during the Galactic Civil War. Despite their alliance, he ultimately chose to remain neutral in the war. However, Saponza's Gang would later learn that Felldor was using the Alliance and the Empire as tools to advance his power on Er'kit.
An ice planet known for exporting crystalline ore. The First Order used the planet to test weapons and also abducted children from there for their Stormtrooper programme.
- Adult Fear: Many children were abducted from the planet to be brainwashed and trained as stormtroopers by the First Order.
- Flower Motif: According to the Star Wars Databank, the emblem of the planet and the Otomok system in general is a snowgrape leaf (which the Tico sisters' pendants are designed to resemble).
- Single-Biome Planet: The planet's primary terrain is ice.
A mountainous agricultural planet continuously suspected of rebel sympathies during the Galactic Civil War. In the eve of the war, Imperial forces, under the jurisdiction of Imperial Security Bureau Agent Kallus, enforced a blockade around the planet in a failed attempt to lure and destroy wanted rebels in a supply drop to the world. Imperial sanctions on Ibaar continued well into the war.
- All There in the Manual: According to First Order propaganda, while under New Republic control after the Galactic Civil War, it had undergone famine.
- Butt-Monkey: If the First Order is right and not blowing anything out of proportion, then Ibaar has it kind of rough, either suffering from getting punished for housing suspected rebel sympathizers or starvation, with the former probably being created by the latter if the Empire/First Order has anything to do with it.
A world located on the fringes of the Galaxy surrounded by a thousand moons, including Milius Prime, the homeworld of the Angels. During the Clone Wars, the Separatists occupied it but soon left, but not without constructing a laser field above its atmosphere to prevent anyone from leaving the planet. However, it would eventually be destroyed by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker of the Jedi Order.
- Asteroid Thicket: Iego is not called the "World of a Thousand Moons" for nothing.
- Closed Circle: During the Clone Wars. People can come to Iego no problem, but the Separatist superweapon in the moons destroys any ships that try to leave.
- Derelict Graveyard: The Separatist laser field left one of these above Iego, because if there's one planet in the galaxy that needs more things in orbit over it . . .
A local ten-year old human boy residing on Iego. During the Clone Wars, he tinkered with battle droids leftover from the abandoned Separatist occupation of his homeworld, reprogramming them into his faithful servants. When Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker visited the planet in search of an ingredient for the cure to the resurrected Blue Shadow Virus, Jaybo helped the duo as well as assisting them in the destruction of the laser field constructed over Iego by the Separatists that prevented anyone from leaving the world until then.
- Brainy Brunette: A brown haired kid who happens to be a robotics prodigy.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Downplayed. Jaybo is a 10-year-old mouth kid but did selflessly help Anakin and Obi-Wan on their mission.
- Child Prodigy: Jaybo is only 10 and was able to reprogram dozens of droids to be his servants.
- Expy: As stated in The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Jaybo is a mixture of both Anakin Skywalker and Han Solo.Wayne Lo: "I knew he needed a lot of gear since he was a tinkerer and had rebuilt all of these battle droids. Dave suggested I think of him as a cross between a young Anakin and a young Han Solo."
- Fingerless Gloves: Jaybo wears a brown, raggedy pair.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He reprogrammed the droids that were left behind by the Separatists. His expertise allows him to help Anakin and Obi-Wan destroy the Separatists' LaserWeb Defense System over Iego, like providing vulture droids to help the attack on it.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While Jaybo is a mouthy kid, to the point it nearly makes Anakin lose his temper, he did help the latter and Obi-Wan with their quest with no ulterior motive, proving to be a decent person at heart.
- Parental Abandonment: No mention on what happened to his parents or family.
- Vocal Dissonance: A small 10-year-old boy with the voice of a teenager.
A merchant who was stranded on Iego by a Separatist security system that destroyed all ships attempting to leave the planet.
- Despair Event Horizon: He'd clearly given up hope that the "curse of Droll" would be lifted, and that people would be able to leave the planet again.
One of the moons orbiting Iego. During the Clone Wars, before the Separatists abandoned Iego, they drove the Angels off of the moon and installed a laser web node there as a component to the laser field preventing anyone from leaving or entering the world of Iego.
The inhabitants of Milius Prime, one of the moons of Iego, Angels were tall humanoid aliens with glowing white skin and six wings. They were considered one of the most beautiful species in the galaxy.
A mountainous, remote planet near the very edge of the galaxy home to two distinct cultures, the valley kindred and the mountain people, which sided with the Separatists during the Clone Wars. It formally joined the Empire eight years after the end of the war.
- Alien Sky: Its sky is described as grey.
- Colour-Coded Patrician: The wealthier mountaintop-dwelling nobility wear bright, colourful clothing, while the poorer valley kindred wear drab homemade clothes. After years of Imperial rule, however, this distinction is erased in the subjugation of the planet's population.
- The Exile: The valley kindred, the older of Jelucan's two cultures, were exiled to the planet five hundred years before the Clone Wars after losing a civil war on their previous homeworld.
- Honour Before Reason: The valley kindred's exile to the planet was because they refused to violate their oaths to the man they saw as the rightful king of their old planet. Thus, the culture places a massive emphasis on never breaking an oath, even if it may be morally wrong to do so, such as if the oath was sworn to an entity undeserving of it.
Oris and Ganaire Kyrell
The parents of Dalven Kyrell and Thane Kyrell.
- Abusive Parents: Oris abused his sons on a regular basis.
- Dating What Daddy Hates: Well, Oris disapproved of Thane's friendship with Ciena, who is from a lower class, so whatever his reaction may be to learning that Thane and Ciena are Star-Crossed Lovers leaves little to the imagination.
- Parental Favoritism: Oris considered Dalven better than Thane, despite the former graduating with poor grades and into a third-rate job as well as only being in the Royal Imperial Academy in the first place because Oris decided Screw the Rules, I Have Connections! Meanwhile, Thane actually works hard to get into the Royal Imperial Academy and becomes a high-ranking TIE pilot. Maybe it has to do with Jerkassery somehow being better?
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Ganaire seems emotionally absent from her family, or at least to Thane. When the Kyrells go to see Tarkin, the young Thane asks if he's old enough to join the Empire in spite of Dalven's claims, and Ganaire's response is "Yeah, sure, whatever, you're as old as the Empire, which I guess is good enough.", which she then repeats a couple more times that same day when Thane keeps asking her.
Paron and Verine Ree
The parents of Ciena Ree and the late Wynnet Ree.
An Outer Rim world occupied by the Separatists near the end of the Clone Wars. After being liberated by Jedi Master Depa Billaba and her Padawan Caleb Dume, the two were betrayed on Kaller by their clone troopers during Order 66, which Dume escaped from. The clone troopers then occupied the planet, which became part of the Galactic Empire.
The reptilian natives of Kaller.
- The Big Guy: According to The Roleplaying Game, adults average over two meters, standing eye to eye with an adult Wookiee of average height.
- Does Not Like Shoes: They usually don't wear shoes, since it would hinder using their feet as extra grappling.
- The Noseless: They don't need to breathe while chewing.
- Schrödinger's Canon: Apparently, according to The Roleplaying Game, Kaller has some history with the Old Republic, the Pyke Syndicate and the Mandalorians, among others.
- Snake People: The Kallerans have cobra-shaped heads and have amphibious bodies.
Governor Gamut Key
The governor of Kaller during the Separatist occupation and under the Empire's rule.
- Corrupt Politician: To a certain extent. He looks the other way for certain criminal elements like Janus and Tapusk so long as they give him useful information.
- Everyone Has Standards:
- When he learns that Caleb is going to be executed by the clone troopers for treason, Key is stunned and almost protests, but lets the matter drop and tells Caleb to make peace with the Force, knowing that it would be foolhardy to defy the Empire.
- Fourteen years later, Key has come to realize that the Empire is far worse than any of its predecessors and offers his aid to the Ghost crew should they ever need assistance.
- Failed a Spot Check: Does not recognize Kanan as Caleb. Potentially subverted, as he followed Kanan to Tapusk's hideout and then made a few comments, such as calling him "master" and referencing Janus Kasmir, that hint he may actually know who Kanan is but decided not to mention it.
A native of Kaller alive during the Clone Wars, he found Caleb Dume after Order 66 and took pity on the young Jedi.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Although he can be pretty mean, he comes to truly care for Caleb and pursues the clones who capture Caleb alongside Kleeve, with both men wondering why exactly men like them are risking their lives for Caleb. Years later, he even rescues Ezra Bridger from stormtroopers without ever knowing Ezra's connection to Caleb/Kanan.
- Meaningful Name: Janus was the Roman god of doors and thresholds, and also beginnings, endings, and transitions.
- The Mentor: Teaches Caleb how to hide from the Empire as well as steal to survive.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Gives one to Commander Grey about serving the Empire and hunting down Caleb, accusing him and the other clones of no longer even knowing who or what they fight for and for turning on their Jedi friends without a second thought.
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Played with. Janus is not friendly, especially towards humans, but he does take pity on Caleb.
- Smug Snake: Doesn't think too highly of humans.
- Snake People: A variant. He is Kalleran, and has a Cobra-like upper body, but walks on two legs and does not have a tail.
A mountainous world, home to the ancient Sith and becoming a deserted wasteland after many wars, also being the final resting place of Darth Bane. During the Clone Wars, Yoda was sent here by the Force Priestesses as a part of his journey to discover the secrets of maintaining an identity in the Force after mortal death.
- After the End: It was abandoned after many wars turned it into a wasteland.
- Canon Immigrant: Korriban first appeared in Tales of the Jedi. For The Clone Wars it was renamed Moraband, but later stories in the Disney era re-established that in the distant past it was indeed known as Korriban.
- Dark World: It's the original homeworld of the Sith and strong in the Dark Side. Need anything else be said?
- Ghost Planet: By the time of the Clone Wars, no one's lived there for centuries at least, and it's a creepy place.
- I Have Many Names: It has at least two names, Moraband and Korriban, due to being an old world with a lengthy history. In Legends, there's a third name, Pesegam, when it was ruled by a tyrant.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: It has red sands and a reddish-orange sky casting large shadows thanks to the mountains and ominous rins, though in this case, it's mostly naturally occurring. Anything actually made by the Sith are now eroded ruins, and arguably not as intimidating as the works over at Malachor.
- Schrödinger's Canon:
- Academy of Evil: In the Old Republic Era, this planet housed the Sith Academy. The ruins seen in The Clone Wars were deliberately designed to be reminiscent of the Academy as depicted in the old canon's Knights of the Old Republic.
- Ancient Tomb: The Valley of the Dark Lords contained many tombs of the ancient Sith Lords, some of the trials of the Sith Academy took place in the tombs.
The Sith Order
A world protected by its own military, the Lasan High Honor Guard, refraining from participation in the Clone Wars before being devastated and massacred by the Galactic Empire's Imperial Security Bureau via starship disruptors.
- Canon Immigrant:
- There actually was a Lasan in Legends AND a "Suppression of Lasan" caused by the Empire too, and the only Lasat that was known in Legends was a bounty hunter named Puggles Trodd.
- Lasat culture is also the first instance of Ashla and Bogan in canon. The Bendu later expands on this in Season 3.
- Code of Honor: Has a warrior code, especially followed by members of the High Honor Guard.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: The massacre was mainly through disruptors (which were meant to fry starship-scale machinery, not living beings), and you can imagine how well that goes when you get shot by one.
- Death by Origin Story: When Lasan and the Lasats are re-introduced into canon through Rebels, the world has already been wiped out and the Lasats are all but extinct, but not thriving either.
- Long-Lived: Lasats seem to have long lifespans. According to All There in the Manual, Zeb's grandma is about three hundred "dust seasons" old, implying that she is three hundred years old. Chava is also said to be pretty old, mentioning having seen prophecies being interpreted differently time and time again.
- Magic by Any Other Name: They refer to the Force in whole as the Ashla, personifying it as the 'spirit of the Galaxy'. Judging by Zeb's nickname for the pests around Chopper Base, the Bogan is presumably some sort of negative version of 'the Ashla', likely the other name for Dark side.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: The bo-rifle, manufactured by the Lasan-Malamut Firearms Corporation, has a bayonet mode and a staff mode. It apparently packs 11,000 bolts and is ridiculously heavy for species that don't have the same strength as a Lasat (which is saying something for Agent Kallus, who can hold the blaster with one arm, despite being only human).
- No Body Left Behind: Never explicitly described in the show, but the novelization of "Droids in Distress" and Legends, getting shot by a disruptor means your body is disintegrated; it turns to complete ash.
- Not So Extinct: During the first season, Zeb brings up his fears that he may be the only Lasat left alive. During the second season, it turns out that not only did other Lasats survive the devastation of Lasan, but Lasan was actually just a colony world: the Lasat homeworld of Lirasan is still out there in Wild Space, protected by a cluster of imploded stars, and has a thriving population.
- Royal Blood: There used to be a royal family. The Last Stand was to defend them at the palace, which was lost. Their fate is unknown as Zeb was knocked out by a bomb for the duration of the battle.
- Schrödinger's Canon:
- The terrain of Lasan has mountains, deserts, and arid plains.
- The Lasat were nomadic and tribal, though they did have city-states. They were also religious and many leaders inherited their positions through this.
- Apparently, the few Lasat that left Lasan usually became slaves, though they weren't as efficient as other species like Wookiees. Many of these Lasat were also good at making explosives from common chemical agents.
- The clones of Tango Company (the same clones from The Clone Wars episode "Brain Invaders") fought in the Siege of Lasan. This can't work in this canon if the Siege of Lasan happened long enough after the Clone Wars for most of the clones to be phased out.
- Shock and Awe: The bo-rifle in staff mode.
- You Kill It, You Bought It: A warrior code is that if one is defeated by a superior foe in single combat, they give up their weapon to them. Stealing it (especially if it's a bo-rifle and you looted it from the corpse of its owner) is very much considered dishonorable. This code is how Kallus got his bo-rifle during the massacre, rather than stealing it.
Chava the Wise
An elderly female Lasat mystic that became a refugee after Lasan fell. She prophesied that the new home for the Lasat, Lirasan, would be found by the "Child", who is none other than Garazeb Orrelios.
- Barefoot Sage: She follows in Yoda's (bare) footsteps.
- Cool Old Lady: A little eccentric, but cool.
- Miniature Senior Citizens: She's slightly taller than Chopper, not counting her gigantic updo.
- Prophetic Fallacy: Throughout the years, she has given a couple of other prophecies, and she knows how easily prophecies can be misinterpreted, and that there can be multiple answers to a seemingly straightforward one.
A male Lasat High Honor Guardsman that served under Captain Garazeb Orrelios, before accompanying Chava at some point after the fall of Lasan. He has also given up his warrior ways and become a pacifist by the time he and Chava reunite with Zeb.
A Lasat that survived the Siege of Lasan. Some time after fleeing his homeworld, the Empire sent a bounty hunter named Shel to hunt down Davin, but with the help of Lina and Milo Graf, he evaded capture.
A member of the Lasat Honor Guard who possessed a J-19 bo-rifle. During the Galactic Empire's Siege of Lasan, Imperial Security Bureau Agent Kallus would fight him and would result in the Lasat's death, but not before he gave up his weapon to the agent per the Lasat warrior code, the Boosahn Keeraw.
- Unknown Character: Kallus doesn't know who he was beyond that he was his opponent. We at least know that this Lasat was willing to follow the honor code to his death, even if the man who defeated him is not a Lasat.
- Worthy Opponent: It would appear so, since he adhered to Boosahn Keeraw. It is worth noting that a blaster and shooting your opponent probably wouldn't have sufficed in the criteria for Boosahn Keeraw, so Kallus' fight with him was, in all likelihood, melee combat, which must have been incredibly difficult to say the least.
A friend of Zeb when he was a child. At one point, he went alone into a cave housing a dangerous creature believing he was brave enough. However, his elder brother had followed him and saved him from the creature, but was never to be seen again.
An unnamed male that had followed his younger brother into a cave housing a dangerous creature. He saved his younger brother and held off the creature long enough for him to escape the cave, but was never seen again and has been presumed dead ever since.
- Ambiguous Situation: He may or may not be dead.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He stayed behind in the cave to stall the creature so that his younger brother could escape. He may or may not be dead.
- Uncertain Doom: Even if he was alive, it raises the question of whether or not he survived the Cleansing of Lasan.
- Unknown Character: We don't know anything about him other than he presumably died saving his younger brother.
A male Lasat that seemed to have had some fame, enough for at least one poster of him to be produced. Zeb owned a poster of him while with the Ghost crew.
A caustic world used as a massive junkyard for the galaxy. After his defeat on Naboo, Darth Maul hid on Lotho Minor for years attempting to recover from his injuries, both physical and mental.
- Landfill Beyond the Stars: The planet is one gigantic junkyard.
An Anacondan scavenger living on the desolate junkyard world of Lotho Minor.
- Beware the Silly Ones: He can be persistently nosy, but he's also very treacherous.
- Bullying a Dragon: Subverted in that Morley knows to be careful when it comes to killing his victims, even the ones that could easily kill him. First, when he offers to help Savage in exchange for some payment, he wisely backs down when Savage squeezes on his neck and offers to help him for free. Then he lures Savage into a trap (already knowing how badass Savage is) to be killed by an insane Darth Maul. This seems to have worked before for him, but he failed to predict Savage surviving Maul and ends up getting his neck broken for his trouble.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He seems to pull this with a lot of his victims. Savage Opress was the last one.
- Dirty Coward: In addition to ambushing his enemies and backstabbing his prey after trying to gain their trust, he prefers to let Darth Maul kill his meals for him. He also tends to beg for his life when he's threatened.
- I'm a Humanitarian: It's unknown but implied that he's done this before (and the only other sentient species on Lotho Minor are Junkers), but he was definitely going to "get the leftovers" after he let Darth Maul kill Savage Opress. And yes, sentient-on-sentient is still cannibalism, even between Starfish Aliens and humanoids (and some Anacondans are shown to be citizens on Coruscant).
- Intelligent Gerbil: Anacondans are simply large sentient snakes that can talk.
- Karmic Death: Killed by Savage Opress, who he tried to have killed by Darth Maul so he could eat him. Savage was more angry at him for taking advantage of his brother's insanity, and then ingloriously threw his corpse into a fire after killing him.
- Lack of Empathy: He decided to take advantage of Maul's insanity to kill potential meals for him rather than help cure his madness.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Not very noticeable, but if you look closely inside his mouth, he's got a lot of teeth.
- Neck Snap: His death, courtesy of Savage Opress.
- Oh, Crap!: His reaction upon learning that Savage survived his encounter with Darth Maul.
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: He starts off as a friendly individual to Savage of all people, but he eventually reveals that he's only in it to bring more victims to his master.
- Shout-Out: His voice seems to be based on Arnold Ernst Toht's.
- Smug Snake: He had a very good run of luring victims for Darth Maul to kill until he brought Savage, not having expected him to survive the encounter. As an Anacondan, he's also a literal example of this trope.
A mysterious rocky and hellish wasteland with a hollow world beneath the surface. Thousands of years ago, the Sith Empire had established a Sith Temple housing a kyber crystal-powered superweapon in the underworld, the construction being led by a Sith Lord only known as "The Presence". However, the Jedi Order launched an assault to destroy the Sith at Malachor, only for the superweapon to activate and kill all participants present, becoming known as the Scourge of Malachor. At some point, the Presence put her life force into a Sith holocron and was put into the Sith Temple.
- After the End: The superweapon petrified everything in its vicinity.
- Canon Immigrant: Malachor originally appeared in Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords.
- Famed In-Story: The Jedi and Sith would tell stories to their future generations about the Scourge of Malachor, and it can be used as a substitute of "hell" in cursing.
- Ghost Planet: Just like Korriban, it's a creepy, long-abandoned planet strong in the Dark Side that was formerly home to the Sith.
- Godzilla Threshold: The Jedi Order completely banned travel to Malachor after the Scourge. However, years after Order 66, when Yoda contacts Ezra, he tells him to go to Malachor, but is unable to/doesn't tell him the reasoning behind this choice.
- Hollow World: The "starry sky" is even just a bunch of holes on the surface. It's an interesting variation, though, being more similar to a cave system (dark and layered) than the typical depiction of a Hollow World.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Well, the Sith established it as one of their bases. What did you expect?
- Schrödinger's Canon:
- Perpetual Storm: The planet was covered in endless storms after its destruction in the Mandalorian Wars.
- Shattered World: In KOTOR II, the planet was a cracked and twisted wasteland. The reason it became this way was due to Mandalorian Wars, where the Jedi Exile was ultimately left with no other option but to drop a superweapon onto the planet, thus ending the war once and for all.
- Sickly Green Glow: What's left of Malachor's tortured surface is covered in deep fissures that radiate a baleful green light. Getting too close to any of them usually releases an unhealthy gas cloud similar to triggering a gas mine; the vapors themselves are sickly green as well.
- The ancient petrified corpses of the participants were inspired by the ancient corpses at Pompeii after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
- Touching the slab of rock with "the old tongue" written all over it will cause the ground beneath you to drop you into the underworld, which you'll survive if you have a Jet Pack or you're a Force-user. Falling into the underworld is inspired by many depictions of this in mythology.
- Spared by the Adaptation: If Malachor is specifically based on Malachor V, it got off easy compared to its Legends counterpart. In Legends, not only was it turned into a Shattered World with Perpetual Storms as a result of a different superweapon, it was eventually destroyed for good by the same weapon. And this happened four-thousand years prior to when Rebels would have taken place.
- Taken for Granite: Get caught in the superweapon's blast and you'll be petrified, your pose forever frozen in time.
Mirial is the cold and dry desert homeworld of the near-human Mirialans.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Mirialans usually have yellow-green skin, but some can have pinkish-red skin.
- Ambiguously Brown: Their choice of clothes and their emphasis on tattoos to show achievements comes off as this. In addition, Luminara's actress is Kenyan and Barriss's actress is Nepalese-Indian, while Cyslin appears to be based off of a non-Caucasian ethnicity (likely African). On the other hand, there's little to no evidence that the Seventh Sister is this.
- Commonality Connection: It is traditional for Mirialans to select students that were also of Mirialan descent, a practice that would be honored by Mirialan Jedi including Master Luminara Unduli, who selected Padawan Barriss Offee as her apprentice.
- Facial Markings: They have facial tattoos.
A world affiliated with the Jedi Order. It is one of the worlds suspected to be home to the first Jedi Temple, the others being Jedha, Coruscant, Tython, and Ahch-To.
A remote desert planet on the edge of the galaxy, where a Separatist cruiser carrying cargo valuable to Count Dooku crashed near the end of the Clone Wars.
- Deadly Dust Storm: As usual for a desert world, but the ones in the southern hemisphere take it Up to Eleven.
- Death World: Its status as a desert planet already makes it unpleasant, but the area around the South Pole is even worse, containing magnetic storms, lava jets, nasty dust storms and giant sandworms.
- Sand Worm: They live in the unpleasant part of the southern hemisphere, and no one knows what the upper limit on their size is. The largest known specimen was 90 metres long, and it's implied they can get much larger.
- Single-Biome Planet: Another entry on Star Wars' long list of desert worlds.
A small moon with a few isolated farming communities. One year following the rise of the Empire, Raada became the hiding place of former Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano while also being targeted for occupation by the Empire.
A young woman from Raada that Ahsoka befriends a year after the fall of the Republic.
- Ambiguously Brown: Star Wars doesn't have the same ethnicities as Earth, but she's described as being "lighter than Master Windu but darker than Rex", the two men in question being on the darker side of black and space Maori respectively. Her braids and the fact that her sister was based on Quvenzhané Wallis strongly imply that she's black, though.
- Bi the Way: She has a notable crush on Ahsoka, even telling her that she loves her right before they go into danger. Miara and the others tease her about her new "friend" in a way that suggests Ahsoka is far from her first crush. The author has clarified that she's somewhere between bisexual and pansexual, since genders are more complicated in the Star Wars universe.
- Cold-Blooded Torture: Subject to this after being captured by Imperials.
- Cool Big Sis: To Miara.
- The Force Is Strong with This One: While she's too weak to actively wield the Force like a Jedi would, she's clearly above average in Force sensitivity since she can sense when others use it, noting the Sixth Brother's use of it feels wrong and forceful and that Ahsoka feels more brilliant after she forges new lightsabers.
- Promoted to Parent: To Miara after their parents died in an accident, she is officially listed as her guardian on Imperial records.
Captain Miara Larte
- See the Rebel Alliance and New Republic Navy page.
The Togruta owner of a busy cantina.
The supervisor of the work crew Kaeden and Miara are on.
- An Arm and a Leg: Loses two limbs when he gets hit by a shot from an Imperial walker during the evacuation of Raada. Selda jokes that this means they now match.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: The only hair on his head apart from his eyelashes, and quite bushy.
- Parental Substitute: For Kaeden and Miara, after their parents died.
An Outer Rim world.
- Canon Immigrant: Originated in the popular Legends video game Knights of the Old Republic. It was restored to canon by the Visual Dictionary for The Force Awakens.
- Schrödinger's Canon: In Knights of the Old Republic and The Old Republic, Rakata Prime is the homeworld of the Rakatan Infinite Empire, a scientifically advanced and Force-sensitive civilization that subjugated other worlds and built the Star Forge — a superweapon that was charged by a star and the Dark Side in order to forge a near-infinitely large amount of starships for its military.
An Outer Rim world that suffered a planet-wide catastrophe in 39 BBY when its sun began to go out. A relief group, including Padmé Amidala and her father, managed to evacuate and re-settle the planet's populace, but unfortunately they couldn't adjust to their new environment and died out.
- Apocalypse How: Scope Planetary, Class 3b; due to the sun dying, the planet was rapidly becoming uninhabitable. There was an attempt to evacuate the planet's natives and settle them elsewhere, but sadly they were unable to replicate the environmental conditions provided by their sun which they needed to survive, and the species eventually became extinct.
- Canon Immigrant: Shadda-Bi-Boran was first mentioned in a deleted scene from Attack of the Clones and in its novelization. It was introduced into Canon in the novel Queen's Shadow.
- Homeworld Evacuation: The native species of the planet were all evacuated in 39 BBY in an attempt to save them from extinction, but tragically they couldn't survive off-world and all died anyway.
- Schrödinger's Canon: The native species of Shadda-Bi-Boran were a humanoid species with green skin and large black eyes; they were known to have a peaceful civilization and worshipped their planet's sun.
A polluted urban planet covered with wrecked starships and overgrown swamps. The wealthy lived in nicer skyscrapers.
- Canon Immigrant: This planet first appeared in Knights of the Old Republic
- City Planet: Similar to Coruscant, Taris is an urban planet.
- Polluted Wasteland: Similar to its appearance in Star Wars: The Old Republic. The planet is a toxic wasteland with yellow smog drifting the atmosphere and swamps covering the surface.
- Schrödinger's Canon:
- Fantastic Racism: In Knights of the Old Republic The only nonhumans who can walk around in the Upper City of Taris work for the local Exchange boss or are pretty Twi'lek shopkeepers. Others get pelted by stones thrown by children, as seen once. There is a street preacher calling nonhumans a "plague that sweeps through our streets". A seedy hotel has alien occupants despite this being illegal. The slum-like and generally miserable Lower City, overrun by gangs, is where most of the nonhumans live. The racism Juhani experienced as a child on Taris is a major point in her sidequest.
- Orbital Bombardment: Darth Malak bombards the planet in order to sniff out Bastila Shan.
- "Shaggy Dog" Story: The Republic tried to rebuild and resettle the planet centuries after the bombardment. Unfortunately, the Sith Empire invaded the planet and undid everything the Republic had accomplished.
- The Virus: The lower city of Taris is infested with Rakghouls who can turn people into one of them with a bite or scratch. After the bombardment from Malak, the infestation spread to the entire planet
- Urban Segregation: The wealthy live in nice skyscrapers while the others live in makeshift tenements involving shipping containers or crashed starships.
A planet in the Outer Rim that is home to the Fardi Clan, which controls many legitimate businesses and smuggling operations.
The Fardi clan
A rich and powerful smuggling family. During the reign of the Empire, in the first years, they managed to avoid scrutiny from the Empire by establishing legal businesses as a cover for their smuggling operations.
The leader of the branch of the Fardi Clan that Ahsoka works for, and Hedala Fardi's uncle.
- Adult Fear: You are informed that your niece has special powers, and not only is there no one around who can train her, but the authoritarian government takes an interest in people like her and could take her away if she's not careful.
- Last-Name Basis: His first name is never revealed.
- Papa Wolf: He's quite protective of his many nieces.
A young girl from the Fardi Clan that Ahsoka befriends while she hides out on the world of Thabeska, a year after the rise of the Empire.
- Adult Fear: She's Force-sensitive, and with the Jedi Order gone, no one but Ahsoka can teach her and protect her, but she is forced to leave her behind before any of that happens because she is forced to flee to Raada when the Empire arrives on Thabeska. And we find out later that the Imperial Inquisition is already active in this point of the timeline.
- Being Watched: She's able to sense when the Sixth Brother was looking for her, describing it to Ahsoka as if a "shadow" was nearby. Ahsoka is somewhat relieved that her Force talents lean in that direction, as it'll keep her relatively safer.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Ahsoka is forced to leave Thabeska for Raada, and with Hedala being Force-sensitive and Inquisitors already existing, that might not be a good sign for Hedala. She at least manages to evade the Sixth Brother's detection due to him going offtrack when he senses Ahsoka elsewhere, but who's to say the Inquisition didn't find Hedala afterwards?
- Ahsoka does tell Hedala's uncle about his niece's abilities and the danger she's in.
The oldest of the Fardi cousins, and Hedala's older sister.
- Big Sister Instinct: She's especially protective of her little sister.
One of the Fardi cousins. Hedala's older sister.