These Jawa brothers have learned to live life following a few very important principles: A) the more entertaining you are, the more people want to be around you, increasing your access to their stuff; B) people love a winner – the more you win, the more famous you become; and C) If you're famous, sometimes people will just give you stuff. So, they always fight to win and do whatever it takes to increase the visibility of their brand: they are always ready to showcase their best moves and arsenal of oversized weaponry hidden under that long cloak, which would come in handy if they could stop arguing about what weapon to use first.
Zaina is a veteran of the Rebellion, acting as a symbol of honor and justice, with unimpeachable integrity and a never give up attitude. She's a born leader whose skills have been honed in the fires of countless battles. She rouses the crowd and her squadmates alike with an intense and infectious fighting spirit. Calling out old Rebellion edicts and slogans she speaks to the fans of the nascent New Republic and promises a bright galactic future.
Malicious and feared, this dark side warrior channels the power of the Force to crush her opponents beneath her heel. Filled with a reckless but powerful rage, Rieve lashes out at the other Hunters with her lightsaber with a vicious joy. This young fighter radiates danger, always keeping her opponents off-balance, but there’s a dark charisma that simultaneously draws you in.
Slingshot is an uncorked literal ball of cackling mayhem – a truly joyful heel for the Arena, and one you can gladly cheer for instead of boo. Driver and vehicle are nearly inseparable: Dizzy doesn't feel right in the world without his droideka by his side. They both like what they've got going and as reckless and wild as Slingshot is in the Arena, they want nothing to change outside it and are very careful and thorough in their efforts to preserve their union.
With its sleek arrowhead shape, streamlined cockpit, and massive twin engines, the A-wing starfighter suggests raw speed even when parked within Alliance hangar bays. Faster than even the TIE interceptor, the A-wing is well suited for lightning strikes. It sports a pair of pivoting laser cannons on each wingtip. The starfighters of Green Squadron, which flew in the Battle of Endor, were made up of A-wing starfighters. The A-wing continued to evolve, and was part of the Resistance’s starfighter corps during its fight against the First Order.
These powerful blaster rifles, known for their impressive power and capable of piercing armor, were used by planetary forces across the galaxy. With their widespread use, it made them easy for the Rebel Alliance to procure on the black market to use against the forces of the Galactic Empire. They were scoped for increased accuracy. BlasTech Industries manufactured them.
In the days leading up to the Clone Wars, these ships were transports favored by refugees trying to escape Coruscant since travelers had no need to register themselves. It was for that reason that Jedi Master Mace Windu suggested this method of transportation to then-padawan Anakin Skywalker when he was escorting Senator Amidala back to Naboo after an attempt on her life. The ships were outfitted with everything needed to carry a massive amount of people of various species across the galaxy, including cafeterias and various servant droids.
The marriage of repulsorlift technology and heavy armor has resulted in formidable floating tanks known as AATs. These assault tanks form the frontline of Trade Federation armored infantry divisions, as well as Separatist forces during the Clone Wars. A crew of battle droids drives the battle tank and operates the array of laser and projectile weaponry carried by the vehicle.
With an athletic build, an exotic beauty, and blue skin, Aayla Secura stood out among the many faces of the Jedi ranks. A cunning warrior and Jedi Knight during the rise of the Clone Wars, Aayla fought alongside Clone Commander Bly on many exotic battlefields. Having mastered the emotional detachment necessary in the Jedi Order, she always tried to pass on what she had learned to others. Aayla was killed, along with many other Jedi Generals, when her troops turned on her in reaction to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s broadcast of Order 66.
A gregarious and clever species, Abednedos are common sights in the galaxy, pursuing a range of professions on many planets. They hail from a planet of the same name, which is noted for its sprawling, colorful and chaotic cities. After the Battle of Endor, the Empire attacked Abednedo with a climate-disruption array; as a result, many Abednedos support the New Republic or the Resistance. Their native language is Abednedish, though many speak Basic.
A surprisingly agile fury of sharp claws and pointed fangs, the vicious acklay was one of the three arena creatures unleashed in the Geonosian execution arena, dispatched to kill Anakin Skywalker, Padme Amidala, and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The Geonosian picadors steered the acklay toward Obi-Wan, who was able to outmaneuver the beast. A clumsy yet powerful strike from one of its claws sheered the chains that bound Kenobi. The beast continued to pursue the Jedi Knight, rending large holes in the hard-packed sand with its vicious stabs. It even shrugged off a pike attack, chomping through the offending polearm with bestial rage.
Jedi Master Adi Gallia was a member of the Order's High Council during the Clone Wars. She and the other members of that ruling body would convene in a temple high above the Coruscant landscape, deciding important matters of the Jedi. Stern and focused, she would remark upon the more outrageous tactics carried out by Anakin Skywalker or Obi-Wan Kenobi in the course of the war, but would rarely condemn their effective actions. Though not as brash as Anakin, Adi Gallia was known to be an aggressive warrior who had no problem bringing the fight to the enemy.
With six long flippers, an elegant tail, smooth dorsal shell, and a maw full of pointy teeth, the hungry sea creature glides through the waters of Tipoca City looking for its next meal. After the Empire's aerial bombardment, the ensuing power outages make those left behind in the city's underwater tube systems largely defenseless.
In the Empire's fleet, the Venator-class Star Destroyer stands out for its ability to dominate. In the time after the fall of the Republic, Vice Admiral Rampart operates a Venator among a small group tasked with securing Kaminoan cloning technology and obliteraing all other evidence of the birthplace of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Secreted away below the watery surface of Kamino, the chief medical scientist Nala Se keeps a private lab known to only a few, including Omega. With a tube system leading directly to a hidden platform for entry and exit, the hidden lab is the perfect place for experimentation. The lab serves as the birth place of Clone Force 99, the site of the testing and augmentation that helps give the elite squad their unique abilities.
Dwelling in the old mining tunnels beneath the surface of Ord Mantell, a species of native winged creatures create a terrifying cacophony for those who dare to travel in the dark. Sudden noises and blaster fire bring the nocturnal irlings swarming in defense, fearful of the light that spells their demise due to a visual sensitivity to thermal registers.
The son of crime boss Isa Durand, Roland Durand hopes to make a name for himself in the galaxy by taking what he wants. Flanked by his hired goons, he joins forces with the Pyke Syndicate and sets up shop on Ord Mantell, using his powerful ties to usurp Cid's parlor for its prime location amid a web of hyperspace routes perfect for spice smuggling.
Docked at an Imperial doonium refinery on the planet Ryloth, a small fleet of Rho-class shuttles are primarily used for moving personnel to and from the heavily guarded facility. Long before she called the Ghost her home, a young Hera Syndulla tested her burgeoning love for flying at the helm of one such shuttle, stolen from the dockyards during a plot to free her parents from Imperial captivity.