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The Ohnaka Gang
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A large mostly-Weequay pirate gang led by Hondo Ohnaka during the Clone Wars. Located at a base on the planet Florrum, the Ohnaka Gang routinely finds itself becoming involved in Jedi and Sith affairs during the war. Following the war, the Empire crushed the group, with few survivors.


  • The Cameo: Their insignia (seen on the right) appears at Maz Kanata's fortress in The Force Awakens.
  • Equal-Opportunity Evil: While the gang is mostly made up of male Weequay (and promoted in its debut appearance as a Weequay pirate gang), there are several female pirates and members of other species in the gang. Other species shown in the gang include Twi'leks, Jawas, Bith, Niktos, Ishi Tibs and Kowakian monkey lizards (even though they seem like pets, monkey lizards are a lot more intelligent than they appear).
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  • Flying Saucer: Their ships are large saucer shaped vessels. Even their fighter-craft are saucer-like, just without the spinning.
  • Space Pirates: One of the largest and most active pirate groups during the Clone Wars.

    Hondo Ohnaka 

Hondo Ohnaka

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Species: Weequay

Homeworld: Sriluur

Voiced by: Jim Cummings
Appearances: Darth Maul | The Clone Wars | Kindred Spirits | Forces of Destiny | Rebels | Pirate's Price | Galaxy's Edge

"As my sweet mother always said, 'Son, if one hostage is good, two are better, and three, well, that's just good business!'"

Hondo Ohnaka was a greedy Weequay pirate captain with some vague sense of honor and morality. He led the Ohnaka pirate gang during the Clone Wars and lived to tell the tale of his many misadventures with the Republic and the Separatists. Hondo may seem goofy and comical, but he's got some chops considering how powerful his gang was, and even faces off with the likes of the Sith Lords Dooku and Darth Maul. However, following the end of the Clone Wars and the extinction of the Jedi, Hondo found his gang destroyed and his own empire crushed by the Galactic Empire. Not one to take this lying down, Hondo perseveres as a lone smuggler, seeking opportunities for profit wherever they may knock. He comes into contact with Ezra Bridger, a member of the fledgling Rebellion, and forms an uneasy, but affable friendship with the boy.


  • Affably Evil: During Anakin, Obi-Wan and Dooku's attempts to escape from his base, Hondo remains his jovial self, insisting that it's nothing personal and that they can all go back to being friends once he has his money. He also has a Pet the Dog moment when he convinces Boba to give up the hostage's location at Plo Koon's request.
  • Amazon Chaser: He seems to have a thing for badass girls, based on the fact that: he sounded very enthusiastic when he told Aurra to her face that she's a very dangerous woman and he immediately tried to hit on Steela when they met during the battle of Onderon, plus the creepy, slightly flirtatious tone he used in the Young Jedi arc towards Ahsoka.
  • Amicable Exes: He gets along with Aurra Sing more than just fine.
  • Arson, Murder, and Admiration:
    • Upon learning that several of his lieutenants have betrayed him, Hondo immediately denounces them as traitors, then he exclaims how proud he is of them.
    • When they meet, Ezra introduces himself as "Lando Calrissian". When his lie is revealed, Hondo's reaction is to state that he knew he liked Ezra.
  • Ascended Extra: Originally a one-shot villain that appeared in two episodes of season one of The Clone Wars, he gained exponentially more screentime and became one of the most recurring secondary villains of the show alongside Cad Bane, and returned to the supporting cast for Rebels as well.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the captain of his gang, and as noted below, he survived an encounter with Anakin using an electrostaff, and he's a pretty good shot with a blaster.
  • Badass Boast: He gives one to Darth Maul, when he threatened to kill him.
    Hondo: Let me warn you! You're not the first Laser Blade-wielding maniac I have to deal with! And Hondo Ohnaka survives every time!
    • And again near the end of the episode:
    Hondo: Insolence? Haha! We are pirates! We don't even know what that means! Open fire!
  • Badass Longcoat: Wears a red coat.
  • Badass Normal: In "Bounty Hunters", he fought Anakin with an electrostaff and survived the encounter. He gets a repeat performance against Ahsoka in "A Test of Strength", but here it's made clear Ahsoka doesn't want to hurt him, and she was stalling for time. Also, in "A Necessary Bond", he fought battle droids with what may be the first normal sword in the whole series.
  • Bad Boss: He seems to act like one most of the time. One time, he threatened to do more than decapitate one of his men (whatever that means) and another time, he had some of Preigo's circus performers executed for botching up an act and then kept their skulls as trophies. However...
  • Benevolent Boss: He treats his men remarkably well for a ruthless pirate, and he even accepts them back after they backstab him. He also cares about their lives, as seen when Maul brutally murders one of his men over a holocom. Presumably to keep up appearances, however, he's more flippant about the subject in the presence of others, such as listing some of his dead men as a business expense to Obi-Wan.
  • Breakout Villain: Though he was mainly intended to have a single appearance in a two-part episode in The Clone Wars, he proved to be so popular that he appeared in several seasons. He even became an Arc Villain for a four-part storyline. Not only that, but he became a recurring character again on Rebels as well.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite his eccentricities, he's probably one of the smartest crime lords in the galaxy during the time of the Clone War. For instance, he knew that working for Darth Maul was an unprofitable venture from the get-go and was able to buy his own men's loyalty back from Maul. Compare that to the other crime lords who joined the Shadow Collective, who didn't realize working with Maul was a bad move until he started butting heads with the Separatists and things started to fall apart.
  • Comicbook Fantasy Casting: If Boba Fett is Clint Eastwood and Cad Bane is Lee Van Cleef, then it seems obvious that Hondo is Eli Wallach. He takes the Affably Evil Calvera role in their Magnificent Seven homage episode, and also has some similarities to Tuco. Jim Cummings has stated that he based Hondo's voice and Hispanic accent on Ricardo Montalban.
  • Connected All Along: It turns out that he once teamed up with IG-88 to try and capture Crimson Dawn lieutenant Qi'ra, who is also the former girlfriend of Han Solo.
  • Conscience Makes You Go Back: Katooni guilt-trips him into rescuing Ahsoka and the other younglings in "A Necessary Bond".
    Katooni: What about the others? We can't just leave them.
    Hondo: You are welcome to come, small one. You may join our merry band of pirates.
    Katooni: I won't just run away. Ahsoka trusted you. We all trusted you.
    Hondo: [stops, bows his head and sighs in resignation]
  • Cool Old Guy: He's still not the most trustworthy guy by the time of Rebels, but he's jollier than ever in his old age and never shows Ezra or the Rebels any true malice.
  • Deadpan Snarker: In spades. For instance, upon being told by Katooni that she has his back:
    "Oh ... I feel so safe."
  • Dirty Old Man: Oh, is he ever. A highlight of "Bound for Rescue" is Hondo being escorted back to his cabin by two scantily-clad Twi'lek girls.
    Hondo: (visibly three sheets to the wind) I may not be as young as I once was, but I'm older!
  • Easily Forgiven:
    • In "The Gungan General". Obi-Wan decides to let Hondo go just as he, Anakin and Republic envoy party board the Twilight, stating they have no quarrel with him and his pirates despite him holding Obi-Wan and Anakin for ransom and torturing them (after some lies from Turk Falso). While Anakin and Hondo are a bit baffled, Jedi don't normally hold grudges. However, this is shortly downplayed, as he reminds Hondo that Count Dooku won't be as forgiving as they are. Cue four seasons later, Count Dooku sends General Grievous to tear his base apart and (temporarily) holds him prisoner.
    • In turn, he even forgives the survivors of the crew that personally betrayed him. What a guy. This may stem from his understanding that the pirate profession comes with betrayal.
    • Ezra is upset with him when it turns out Hondo played them all in "Legends of the Lasat", though about a year later in "Steps into Shadow", he's moved past it and is glad to see him. Which is saying something, considering what Ezra just went through the last time he got his trust broken only about a month after that. Justified by Hondo being a Friendly Enemy (as described below) and near harmless, while Maul was a complete Knight of Cerebus and violated his trust along with several permanent consequences.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: His mother was apparently also a pirate and he fondly quotes her business wisdom, such as "one hostage is good but two is better and three...heheh, that is just good business."
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Turns out he sincerely cares for Ezra and to a lesser extent Melch.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • He has a strong distaste for Separatists and Sith Lords in general, mostly because they can't be bargained with like reasonable people.
    • He also admits that he doesn't like taking children into battle in "A Necessary Bond", despite attacking them two episodes before (although, as said below, his voice actor states that Hondo really didn't want to hurt them).
      Hondo: I may be a pirate, but I don't like taking... children into battle.
    • Is disturbed in "Steps Into Shadow" when Ezra makes an AT-DP pilot shoot his own comrades before having him walk off the catwalk. Probably helped by the fact that the last time he saw Ezra (almost a year ago, in "Legends of the Lasat"), the boy used to be an All-Loving Hero and Naïve Newcomer.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Ezra is the only person that seems to legitimately like him, while the rest of the Ghost crew regard him with annoyance.
  • Friendly Enemy:
    • When not working against the Jedi, he's pretty sociable. Especially notable in "A Test of Strength" when Ahsoka tells Hondo that she doesn't want to hurt him. He expresses gratitude for that. By the time of the early Rebellion, he remembers Obi-Wan as one of his best friends, however he admits uncertainty on whether it was mutual.
    • A mutual case with Ezra Bridger. In the space of one episode, they betray, steal from, and lie to each other, but neither seems too upset about it and they get along well, and none of Hondo's antics seem to bother Ezra too much. It helps that before he became a Jedi Padawan, Ezra was a small-time, opportunistic thief not unlike Hondo himself.
  • Genre Blind: Hondo still has a moment of this when he assumed he had killed Savage and Darth Maul simply because he shot their ship down and couldn't find the bodies.
  • Guttural Growler: Subtle, but inevitable when you're voiced by Jim Cummings.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: He wears a pair of goggles, for no apparent reason, other than they look cool.
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: He and his pirates to the Jedi.
    • He seems more effective whenever he's fighting Sith and Separatists, really. As Count Dooku, General Grievous and Darth Maul all found out.
  • Greed: His primary (or rather only) motivator is money. He even lampshades it:
    Hondo: We all know how much I like to be rich, don't we?
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Is Hondo a good guy or a bad guy?
    • During the era of the Empire, while still untrustworthy for the most part, Hondo is far from being an antagonist and is usually helpful to the Rebels. And he does form a genuine, if slightly uneasy, friendship with Ezra.
  • Hidden Depths: For all his backstabbing and opportunism, Hondo has a genuine deep respect for the Jedi and their ideals. This is what largely fuels his affable position towards Obi-Wan and the padawans he encounters in the Clone Wars. By the time of Rebels, this leads to a bond with Ezra that he prizes equally to profit.
    Hondo: That boy has spirit. He reminds me of the time when there was still something you could believe in.
  • How the Mighty Have Fallen: During the Clone Wars, Hondo used to be one of the most successful criminals in the galaxy, profiting from the war. Thanks to the Empire, by the time of the early Rebellion he was on his own, with nothing more than the clothes on his back and his wits.
  • Indy Ploy: His usual M.O. straddles the line between this and Xanatos Speed Chess.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Forms one with Ezra during the second season of Rebels. They're both wily scoundrels at times, but they form an affable friendship and Hondo never displays any malice towards him or the Rebels.
  • Interspecies Romance: At some point, Hondo (Weequay) had a relationship with Aurra Sing (Palliduvan).
  • Insistent Terminology: He is not a smuggler, he is a space pirate.
  • Irony: When Count Dooku sends General Grievous to take his base, Hondo is locked in the same cell he locked Dooku in when he held him for ransom.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: A very Hidden Heart of Gold, but it's there. He will always show his noble colors when the stakes are high enough.
  • Kavorka Man: Hondo's not exactly what most fans would call handsome, but it seems he's had very little trouble hooking up with some very attractive ladies, most notably Aurra Sing.
  • Karma Houdini: He manages to get away with a number of his criminal actions without any retribution whatsoever.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Steals Vizago's ship and locks him in the brig. Given all the things Vizago has done to the Ghost crew (i.e. not pay them), he deserved that.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: In both "Bounty Hunters" and "Revival", he pulls out of battle when he realizes that the tide has turned against his gang.
  • Large Ham: "THIS EFFORT! IS NO LONGER! PROFITABLE!" And that's hardly the only example.
  • Long Last Look: When he and his pirate gang are forced off their planet by General Grievous. Hondo is the last of the evacuating pirates to get off his bike, and makes sure to shut it down properly before making his way to the ship. He ends up coming back, though.
  • Mood Dissonance: Stays perfectly still and calm while his HQ is bombed, even ignoring laser fire to either side of him. When the battle itself kicks in, he's as jovial as ever.
  • Motivational Lie: He motivates Katooni to finish her lightsaber by framing it as payment for their escape from Florrum. Once she's succeeded, Ahsoka points out that he had no other choice but to ally with the Jedi to escape the Separatist army.
  • Nice Hat: Which doubles as a helmet.
  • Odd Friendship:
    • As of the end of "A Necessary Bond", there are hints that he is beginning to form one with Katooni.
    • He quickly forms one with Ezra in "Brothers of the Broken Horn".
  • Off Stage Villainy: He often brags or remarks about other crimes he has committed, some of which would put him in a FAR darker light if shown onscreen. For instance, he mentioned that his gang once murdered the members of a travelling circus who displeased him, and threatened the leader of the circus to do so again if the act did so again, while his men showed off the skulls of those previous performers, kept as trophies.
  • Only in It for the Money: Profit is his singular motivation, and "A Test Of Strength" especially shows this, with Hondo stating several times that he likes his profit.
  • Pirate Parrot: A pair of Kowakian Monkey Lizard brothers, actually, but the principle is the same. In the Star Wars universe, monkey lizards are bird-like mischief makers who are actually smarter than they look, hence one of them managing to swipe Count Dooku's lightsaber (Pilf) and another one able to fumble through the operation of a tank (Pikk).
  • The Power of Trust: Ezra repeatedly putting his trust in him, even though the rest of the crew thinks he's just trouble and betrays them at the drop of the hat, eventually leads to him being genuinely trustworthy, albeit only to Ezra. He even admits in the finale of Rebels that he's only helping because of Ezra.
  • Riches to Rags: He went from being one of the most successful pirates in the Galaxy during the era of the Clone Wars to a washed-up has-been in the age of the Empire.
  • Really Gets Around: Hondo is implied to be quite a prolific womanizer. As seen in The Clone Wars, when Aurra Sing (who is his ex) brings a young Boba Fett to meet him:
    Hondo: (looking at young Boba) Not mine, I take it.
  • Red Herring: In "Legends of the Lasat", Chava reveals that there is a Prophecy of Three that has to do with the people Zeb has connections with. Hondo, who had been captured by Imperials earlier in the episode and doing a Heel–Face Revolving Door the entire time, reveals to Kallus that he had planted a tracker in the Ghost, which leads to their ship jumping to the Ghost's location. Chava immediately says right after that scene that the Fool has set events into motion (as the Fool leads the Warrior in an attempt to destroy the Child. Kallus then makes contact with the crew to tell them to surrender, to which Chava reveals to the crew that he is in fact the Warrior, and it was already explained that Zeb is the Child. This seems to suggest that Hondo may be the Fool, though this is rather questionable, as Hondo has no major ties to Kallus nor Zeb, and the "Fool" setting things into motion may possibly just mean that the actions of the "Fool" in the past are affecting Kallus in the present.
  • Refuge in Audacity:
    • He has gotten away with capturing or talking down to people more powerful than him (and in the case of villains, more likely to kill him on the spot), such as Jedi (Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi), Sith (Count Dooku, Darth Maul) and Jedi killers (General Grievous). And he has survived every time. The worst that ever happens to him are some profit loss and at one point, the destruction of his base.
    • He once sold a pair of refugees of a near-extinct species to the Imperials, then called the Rebels to rescue them before the deal actually went through. Just after the rescue, he immediately sold out the Rebels to the Imperials for a bounty, and then phoned the same rebels to give them a head's up. Predictably, neither side was amused at his antics, and he ended up getting arrested by the Imperials anyways.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: He's a Weequay.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Since his main motivation is profit, he isn't one for unecessary losses.
  • Schrödinger's Canon:
    • According to The Clone Wars: Visual Guides Ultimate Battles (now Legends until further notice), his parents were poor swindlers that sold him into slavery as a child to "honor" Quay, the Weequay god. No comment on if it was free will or religious law or some other third reason.
    • In The Freemaker Adventures, after the events of The Empire Strikes Back, he ends up at Maz's Castle at one point, but he ends up causing enough trouble that Maz kicks him and the crew he made there out.
  • Simple Staff: An electrostaff is his Weapon of Choice.
  • Sinister Scimitar: Wields one (an actual scimitar, made of steel) against the droids in "A Necessary Bond".
  • Space Pirates: Leads a group of them.
  • Staff of Authority: Since he's the leader of the crew.
  • The Strategist: Quite efficient at developing strategies to turn the tables.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Compared to him, the rest of the pirates in his gang aren't all that smart. Not only does he seem to be the only one who knows making deals with the Separatists is a death sentence, he also chides his men for falling for the Air-Vent Passageway trick.
  • Undying Loyalty: It takes a long time, but eventually Hondo's motives change from solely "profit" to "profit and Ezra". He'll even fight for the Rebels without being paid, but he makes it clear that it's not because of their ideals or cause, but because Ezra asked him.
  • Wild Card: His only allegiance is to himself. And whether he's a Bad Boss or Benevolent Boss usually depends on his mood.
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • Didn't seem to object to the idea of hurting the Jedi younglings if they got in the way of him getting their crystals. Though as Hondo notes, they aren't just children. They're Jedi children. Cummings made the distinction that although Hondo would hurt the kids if it came down to it, he really didn't want to. He would much rather them all go home completely unharmed — and tell their friends about the time they met the fearsome pirate, Hondo Ohnaka! note 
    • In "A Necessary Bond", he admits that he doesn't like to involve children in battle. When Ahsoka points out his attack on the Crucible, he waves it off as a change of heart.
    Hondo: Today is a new day! Today... I like children.

Clone Wars-era members

    Gwarm 

Gwarm

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Species: Weequay

Voiced by: Gregory Baldwin
Appearances: The Clone Wars

"My name is my own business, and my business, is taking what's ours."

Gwarm was Hondo Ohnaka's loyal, if dimwitted, lieutenant.


  • Bald of Evil: Unlike many other Weequay, including the other pirates in Hondo's gang, he has no hair.
  • Bayonet Ya: He has a knife strapped to the end of his rifle.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: He has the same character model template as the other generic Weequay pirates from the first two seasons of The Clone Wars, but has reddish skin instead of the usual brown with a few yellow blotches around his eyes and cheeks to make him stand out visually.
  • Number Two: To Hondo.
  • Number Two for Brains: Unfortunately for Hondo, Gwarm is not the brightest member of his organization.
  • Undying Loyalty: Unlike many of Hondo's other lieutenants, he never betrays his boss.

    Jiro 

Jiro

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Species: Weequay

Voiced by: Matt Lanter
Appearances: The Clone Wars | Kindred Spirits

"They promised us wealth and power, boss. Please, forgive us. Please, don't kill us. We beg of you."

A captain under Hondo Ohnaka's command, he betrayed Hondo to serve under Darth Maul and Savage Opress. However, he quickly defected back to his former boss.


  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: In less than a day, he betrayed Hondo before turning his back on Darth Maul to rejoin his former boss.
  • Easily Forgiven: Hondo welcomes him and all the other surviving pirates who served Darth Maul back into his gang within seconds, both to swell his numbers again and because he was somewhat proud of their behavior. Hondo even leaves him in command of the base on Florrum sometimes.
  • Greed: Everything he does, he does for greed.
  • Pirate: He commands one of Hondo's saucer ships.
  • Only in It for the Money: He joins Darth Maul because he promised him riches (and would also kill him). He rejoins Hondo because of the same reason.
  • Stupid Evil: He is really not that smart. Betraying Hondo is a pretty bad idea which he only barely survives, and he gets fooled by Lassa and Asajj Ventress into sending most of Hondo's forces away from their base, allowing them to steal a captured freighter from Hondo's men.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When he is at Hondo's mercy, he pleads for forgiveness. Surprisingly, he gets it.
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    Goru 

Goru

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Species: Weequay

Appearances: The Clone Wars

Goru was a Weequay captain under the command of Hondo.


  • The Brute: He is among the largest and most physically imposing members of Hondo's gang. During the attempt to seize the lightsaber crystals of several Jedi younglings, Goru is brought along as muscle.
  • The Captain: He commands one of Hondo's saucer vessels.
  • Easily Forgiven: He is among the pirates who briefly join Darth Maul and Savage Opress before being welcomed back by Hondo.
  • High Collar of Doom: His vest's collar sticks up pretty far.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: The sleeves of his outfit are torn off.

    Turk Falso 

Turk Falso

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Species: Weequay

Voiced by: Greg Ellis
Appearances: The Clone Wars

"That nitwit couldn't kill a nuna. He depends on me for that."

Turk Falso was a Weequay lieutenant to Hondo who plotted to betray him after the gang captured Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Count Dooku.


  • The Dragon: He is Hondo's first second-in-command in the series, although he only lasts two episodes.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He does a really good job playing Hondo, usually no one's fool, like a fiddle, convincing him that the Republic is attacking them after having one of his henchmen shoot down the Republic shuttle carrying the spice.
  • Psychic Strangle: Just as Falso is preparing to flee Florrum, Dooku arrives and uses the Force to force Falso to shoot his accomplice before chocking him to death and stealing his ship.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After Jar Jar and Commander Stone defeat his forces and take his tanks, Falso realizes that Hondo would soon realize his treachery and tries to flee Florrum with his accomplice.
  • Smug Snake: For how successful he was at initially deceiving Hondo, he thinks he's smarter than him, but it's really the other way around (for instance, Turk thought ransoming to the Separatists was more profitable, whereas Hondo knew that would only get them rewarded with death) and Hondo most likely found out about his betrayal after his death.
  • The Starscream: He plotted with a few pirates loyal to him to steal the spice ransom the Republic sent for the Jedi and Dooku out from under Hondo's nose.

    Pilf Mukmuk 

Pilf Mukmuk

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Species: Kowakian monkey-lizard

Appearances: The Clone Wars

A red-hued Kowakian monkey-lizard, Mukmuk was Hondo's pet and always accompanied his master on his crimes. He had a brother named Pikk.


  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Has red skin and green tufts of fur.
  • Amplified Animal Aptitude: Granted, it's unknown if Kowakian monkey-lizards are sentient beings or simply really smart animals, but Pilf is quite good at serving the Ohnaka gang.
  • Karma Houdini: Nothing really bad happens to Pilf and his brother after their role in the capture of Anakin, Obi-Wan and Dooku.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: As a Kowakian monkey-lizard, he has the basic body shape of a monkey but hairless, a long, reptilian tail, a bird-like beak, two long, bat-like pointy ears and long fingers with avian claws as well as tufts of fur in his body.
  • Pirate Parrot: Being the pet of a group of Space Pirates and having some avian elements incorporated in his design, Pilf certainly fits this trope quite well.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Is absent from Rebels and there's currently no indication of his whereabouts or his final fate after the Clone Wars ended.

    Pikk Mukmuk 

Pikk Mukmuk

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Species: Kowakian monkey-lizard

Voiced by: Matt Lanter
Appearances: The Clone Wars

Pilf's brother, Pikk was also a pet of the Ohnaka gang and actively helped them with their crimes as well.


Post-Clone Wars members

    Melch 

Melch

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Species: Ugnaught

Voiced by: ???
Appearances: Rebels

An Ugnaught who was enslaved at Reklam Station, an Imperial scrapyard, before joining up with Hondo and escaping in a stolen Lambda-class shuttle.


  • Cool Helmet: He wears a painted hard hat.
  • Crazy-Prepared: After being left behind by Hondo once, on an Imperial freighter stuck in a maelstrom, he empties the contents of a crate of treasure and hides in it to ensure he gets off the ship alive.
  • Humanoid Alien: has the basic body shape but a distinctly alien appeareance.
  • Pig Man: He's an Ugnaught.
  • Tuckerization: He's named after Steven Melching, one of the writers of The Clone Wars and Rebels.


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