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    Eskro Casrich 

Corporal Eskro Cassrich

Species: Human

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One


  • Ascended Extra: He has a LEGO figure in the Rogue One playsets.
  • Blood Knight: He's a thrill seeker.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: The only reason why his teammates aren't tired of his antics is because he has competent combat skills.
  • Uncertain Doom: He likely died during the Battle of Scarif or was finished off by the Death Star.
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    Serchill Rostok 

Corporal Serchill Rostok

Species: Human

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One

A qualified sharpshooter specialist when partnered into a SpecForces Commando squad. He works with Private Basteren for maximum strike coverage on the battlefield.


  • Alliterative Name: He's also known as "Rostok the Rock".
  • Ascended Extra: He has a LEGO figure in the Rogue One playsets.
  • Beyond the Impossible: He is able to hold his breath for over fifteen minutesnote .
  • Uncertain Doom: He likely died during the Battle of Scarif or was finished off by the Death Star.

    Arro Basteren 

Private Arro Basteren

Species: Human

Homeworld: Ertegas (Anoat Sector)

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One

Thanks to keeping constant watch over his family's crops from wild woshrikes on his agrarian homeworld, his sharpened eyesight has made Private Basteren a valuable sniper for the rebels.


  • Ascended Extra: He has a LEGO figure in the Rogue One playsets.
  • Uncertain Doom: He likely died during the Battle of Scarif or was finished off by the Death Star.

    Farsin Kappehl 

Private Farsin Kappehl

Species: Human

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One


  • Ascended Extra: He has a LEGO figure in the Rogue One playsets.
  • Uncertain Doom: He likely died during the Battle of Scarif or was finished off by the Death Star.

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SpecForce

4th SpecForce Regiment

    Jav Mefran 

Corporal Jav Mefran

Species: Human

Portrayed by: Francis Magee
Appears in: Rogue One

"Get in! Get in!"

A wilderness fighter specialist. When the Rebel Alliance relocated their main base from Dantooine to Yavin 4, he assisted in clearing out the jungle brush that encompassed the Great Temple of Massassi. After joining the Rogue One squad to steal the Death Star plans, he lost his life at the Battle of Scarif.


Alderaanian consular security

    Toshma Jefkin 

Toshma Jefkin

Species: Human

Portrayed by: Christopher Nolan
Appears in: Rogue One

"Launch!"


  • Adaptation Expansion: He is given his name in the junior novelization.
  • Creator Cameo: He is played by Christopher Nolan, a movie director.
  • In Memoriam: He is named after a late friend of the junior novelization's author.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's the guy that gets passed the Death Star information datacard from another guy stuck behind a jammed door and then he runs down the hallway to detach the Tantive IV from the Profundity.
  • Tuckerization: His name is a corruption of Jeff Mackintosh, a friend of the junior novelization's author, who had passed away from brain cancer in the autumn of 2016.
  • Uncertain Doom: He was either killed or arrested when the Empire raided the Tantive IV in A New Hope.

    Gale Torg 

Gale Torg

Species: Human

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One | A New Hope

He was a Rebel Honor Guard at the medal ceremony after the Death Star was destroyed.


  • One Steve Limit: His name was originally Galen Torg before the Legends rebranding, but the Rogue One All There in the Manual changed it to Gale Torg since a major character named Galen Erso gets introduced in Rogue One.

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Rebel Intelligence

Signal Intelligence

    Rodma Maddel 

Corporal Rodma Maddel

Species: Human

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One

An intelligence agent recruited by Captain Cassian Andor, serving the rebels as an advanced scout for urban combat units. When she heard Cassian was a part of the Rogue One operation, she didn't hesitate to join Blue Squadron in their ground assault on Scarif.


  • Uncertain Doom: She likely died at the Battle of Scarif or was finished off by the Death Star.

    Walea Timker 

Corporal Walea Timker

Species: Human

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One

A combat engineer that accompanied Blue Squadron in their ground assault on Scarif for the Rogue One operation. She specializes in locating, improvising, and constructing temporary fortifications across a battlefield, a not-so-arduous-sounding task with how much wreckage the Pathfinders kick up during battle.


  • Uncertain Doom: She likely died at the Battle of Scarif or was finished off by the Death Star.

    Tenzigo Weems 

Private Tenzigo Weems

Species: Human

Portrayed by: ???
Appears in: Rogue One

"Intercepted Imperial transmission, ma'am. Rebels on Scarif."

A technician that worked with a team of analysts deciphering communications chatter from throughout the Galaxy while under General Draven's command on Yavin 4. During the Death Star crisis, this analytics team tracked the progress of Operation: Fracture from Jedha to Eadu, then alerted Senator Mothma, General Draven, and General Merrick when the team intercepted an Imperial transmission revealing that the Rogue One team had left to steal the Death Star plans on Scarf, subsequently leading to the rebels deploying their fleet to the Battle of Scarif.


  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's the man that overhears transmissions from Scarif—the known location of the Death Star plans, and runs up to Mothma, Draven, and Merrick to tell them about it.

Rebel Cells

The Partisans

    Magva Yarro 

Magva Yarro

Species: Human

Homeworld: Ghorman

Portrayed by:
Appears in: Rogue One

A forward spotter for the Partisans' Cavern Angels Squadron. Having survived the Ghorman Massacre, she came to see the rebels under the leadership of Mothma and Organa as ineffectual cowards, leading to her joining Saw and the Partisans.


Phoenix Squadron

    Kay Karno 

Kay Karno

Species: Pantoran

Callsigns: Phoenix Six

Appears in: Rebels Magazine

A stubborn new cadet and addition to Phoenix Squadron. Her unruly personality caused her to clash with her instructor, Fenn Rau.


The Wrecking Crew

    Tonk 

Tonk

Species: Human

Appears in: Rebels Magazine

The leader of the Wrecking Crew.


    Sybl 

Sybl

Species: Human

Appears in: Rebels Magazine


    Ten-21 

Ten-21

Model: CZ-unit secretary droid.

Appears in: Rebels Magazine


    Pangs 

Pangs

Species: Weequay

Appears in: Rebels Magazine


    Kroydon 

Kroydon

Species: Human (cybernetics)

Appears in: Rebels Magazine


    Osky 

Osky

Species: Saurin

Appears in: Rebels Magazine


The Fekunda rebels

    Burl 

Burl

Species: Human


    Au B'ree 

Au B'ree


  • Ambiguous Situation: It's been theorized that she's a Sephi, an elf-like species from the Legends continuity, but we're not sure. Wookieepedia thinks she's a Devaronian, but the features don't match (her forehead doesn't have holes/stubs where a male Devaronian would have his horns).
  • The Leader: Hera tells her that she has the making of a leader and asks her to lead the local insurgency.
  • My Nayme Is: Her name is pronounced "Aubrey".
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has lavender-colored hair, which appears to be natural. Given that she's a Sephi, this is probably normal for them.

    Lemnos 

Lemnos

Species: Selonian


The Crew of the Auric

    Skritt 

Skritt

Appears in: Adventures

The crew's easily frightened technician.


  • Creepy Crawlies: He's basically a three-foot tall roly-poly. Derek Charm's artstyle in Adventures makes him look rather cute, though.
  • Lovable Coward: Panics easily, and when he's scared enough, he rolls up into a ball. This is evidently a habit for him.
  • Troubled Fetus Position: Since he's essentially a roly-poly, he curls into a ball whenever he's scared. For all intents and purposes, the human equivalent of that is this trope.

    Hudd 

Lieutenant Hudd

Species: Human

Appears in: Adventures

A former thief, now a rebel lieutenant serving under Commander Lina Graf in her crew.


  • Nice Guy: Lina describes him as having a big mouth, but a good heart.
  • Tuckerization: He's named for Cavan Scott's fellow writer, Tom Huddleston.

    XM-G3 

XM-G3, "Gee-Three"

Model:

A former bodyguard droid, now the muscle of Commander Lina Graf's crew.


The Uprising

Ivax Syndicate

Trade Spine League

The Kouhun

Noble Court

Imperial Turncoats

    Crew Members 

2-1B Delta

Model: 2-1B surgical droid

2-1B Delta used to work in the Imperial military prison system, but began to develop a great distaste for the damage done to organic flesh by the Empire's weapons. Eventually, he chose to flee, taking on the Delta moniker to show that he wasn't just another Imperial droid.



AD-97R

Model: Viper probe droid (AKA, Imperial probe droid)

A probe droid reprogrammed by scavengers pillaging Hoth. As a result, AD-97R developed an odd personality quirk: extreme attachment to and fondness for its controllers.


  • Robot Buddy: For once in the Star Wars franchise, AD-97R seems to be a more benevolent one.

Sent by the Rebel Alliance

    Crew Members 

Alyla Cylone

Species: Human

Alyla, along with two other rebel operatives, arrived in the Anoat Sector shortly before the Iron Blockade was instated. She claims to have never been to the sector before, but her knowledge of the locales belies that.


  • Blatant Lies: If she's never been to the sector before yet knows so much about the smaller things that go on in it as if she's been there before, then clearly she's not telling the truth.

Others

    Crew Members 

Alrrark

Species: Wookiee

Homeworld: Kashyyyk

Alrrark fought alongside King Grakchawwaa on Kashyyyk during the Clone Wars. When slavers tried to take him after the war, he fought his way to freedom and fled to the Outer Rim.


Ambassador Viera Creel

Species: Human

Homeworld: Corellia

Despite being trapped in the Anoat Sector, Ambassador Creel continues to serve the best interests of her homeworld.


Arno

The Resistance

    Lazslo 

Lazslo

Species: Human

The head mechanic, and thus Rose's boss.


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