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"You wonder why I keep a rabid cur in such a place of power? A cur's weakness, properly manipulated, can be a sharp tool."
―Snoke, on Armitage Hux, to Kylo Ren[src]

Armitage Hux was a human male who served as a general in the military forces of the First Order during the New Republic Era. With the support of Supreme Leader Snoke, Hux took command of Starkiller Base and promoted the development of new technology that allowed the First Order fleet to track targets through hyperspace. However, Snoke's death ruined the young general's career trajectory, as did the years that Hux spent jockeying for power against his rival Kylo Ren, who seized control of the First Order as the new Supreme Leader.

Born on the planet Arkanis around the time of the Battle of Yavin, Hux was the illegitmate son of Commandant Brendol Hux, who fathered Armitage by a kitchen woman. In the aftermath of the Galactic Civil War, Hux was sent into the Unknown Regions where the First Order rose seeking to reclaim the glory of the Galactic Empire. A ruthless officer by the time of the cold war, Hux engineered the death of his father, oversaw the training and indoctrination of a new generation of stormtroopers, and ordered the firing of Starkiller's superweapon to destroy the New Republic capital of Hosnian Prime. During the war that ensued with the Resistance, Hux served as commanding officer of the Mega-class Star Dreadnought Supremacy until its destruction shortly before the Battle of Crait.

Hux's influence was diminished by Ren's accession to the rank of Supreme Leader. Though he served on the Supreme Council alongside other members of First Order High Command, Hux had little independent authority without supervision, and was made to serve below Allegiant General Enric Pryde. As a man who harbored ambitions to rule the galaxy, Hux was not content to sit in the shadow of Ren or Pryde. Therefore, he secretly turned against the First Order's interests by passing information to the Resistance, determined to see his rivals lose the war. When Pryde deduced that Hux was a spy, the Allegiant General executed his younger colleague for committing treason against the First Order.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

"He has a child—a bastard boy, as I understand. Not born of his wife, Maratelle, but of some…kitchen woman."
―Gallius Rax, on Armitage Hux's conception[src]
Brendol Hux

Brendol Hux sired a bastard son, whom he named Armitage Hux, with a kitchen woman.

Armitage Hux[10] was born on the planet Arkanis[1] around the time of the Battle of Yavin, approximately 0 ABY, during the reign of the Galactic Empire.[2] Commandant Brendol Hux was his father, although Brendol's wife, Maratelle was not his mother, making Armitage the bastard son of Brendol—a consequence of an extramarital affair between his father and a kitchen woman.[10] Even as a child, Armitage harbored notions of grandeur, believing it was his destiny to rule the galaxy.[11] His father, on the other hand, had a low opinion of Armitage, whom he regarded as a frail and weak-willed boy.[10] Knowing that Brendol disliked his own son, Grand Admiral Rae Sloane suspected that Armitage was abused psychologically and even physically by his father.[9]

Armitage was living on Arkanis when the armed forces of the New Republic besieged his homeworld[10] in 5 ABY,[12] attempting to secure control of the Arkanis system. At the behest of Fleet Admiral Gallius Rax, Sloane ensured that neither Armitage or Brendol became prisoners of the Republic. She therefore employed the services of the bounty hunter Mercurial Swift to facilitate their evacuation before Arkanis fell to the Republic.[10] Unknown to the Grand Admiral, Rax was in the process of carrying out the Contingency—a secret plan devised by the Emperor Palpatine to destroy the Empire in the event of his death. Rax also intended to see the Empire reborn in the Unknown Regions, and therefore, regarded the Huxes, Armitage in particular, as valuable assets in his plans for the future.[9]

Fall of the EmpireEdit

"You will lead these children. They will serve you. And one day soon your father will pass down his teachings to you, and you will learn to do what he did. It will be your life's work to take children like these savages and hammer their malleable minds into whatever shape you so require. They will be tools built for the work at hand. This is my gift to you, boy. One day your father will die. One day soon, I fear. And you will take his place."
―Gallius Rax, to Armitage Hux[src]
Rebellion Arrives at Jakku

Counselor Gallius Rax summoned Hux and his father to Jakku, where the Empire made its final stand against the New Republic.

Following the Attack on Chandrila, Armitage followed his father Brendol to the planet Jakku. Gallius Rax had proclaimed himself Counselor to the Empire and brought the Imperial remnants to the desolate world for a final showdown against the New Republic. In the months leading up to the Battle of Jakku, Armitage kept away from Brendol, who physically and psychologically mistreated him. Brendol trained 24 local orphans into Rax's personal guard of child soldiers.[9]

After the Battle of Jakku had commenced, Armitage traveled with his father, Counselor Rax, the Adviser Yupe Tashu, and the child soldiers aboard a transport to the Jakku Observatory. The Observatory was a secret facility in the Plaintive Hand plateau which was instrumental to the later Emperor Palpatine's Contingency plan. Rax planned to detonate the planet Jakku along with the New Republic and Imperial forces. He planned to take Armitage and his father Brendol into the Unknown Regions to rebuild the Empire.[9]

Battle of Jakku

The Battle of Jakku precipitated an Imperial exodus to the Unknown Regions, where Hux and his father would oversee the Empire's rebirth as the First Order.

During the journey to the Observatory, Hux found himself alone in the transport hold with the child soldiers. Hux was intimidated by the older children, who had been trained into ruthless killers by his father. Counselor Rax then entered the room and asked Armitage if his father had explained anything to him. Armitage confirmed that this was not the case and indicated that his father did not like him. Taking pity on Armitage, Rax told the boy that he, his father, and the other children would be traveling far away. Rax also hinted that Armitage would have a special destiny to play in the future.[9]

Gallius Rax informed Armitage that he was giving him command of the child soldiers as a gift. Rax told Armitage that he would succeed his father in training the children into tools of warfare. Rax then addressed the child soldiers and instructed them they were bound to serve Armitage and should be willing to give their lives for him. Armitage thanked Counselor Rax, who told the boy that the future of the Empire needed him. After Rax had exited the transport hold, Armitage ordered one of the boys, who had dark hair and freckled skin, to strike his comrade, a lad with sandy hair and sallow cheeks.[9]

Admiral Sloane-SWGA

Grand Admiral Rae Sloane befriended and protected Hux from his father Brendol.

After landing at the Jakku Observatory, Rax instructed the Huxes and the child soldiers to board a replica of the Emperor's yacht Imperialis while he and Tashu entered the Observatory to initiate Jakku's destruction. Ultimately, Rax was killed by Grand Admiral Sloane, who managed to stop Rax from destroying Jakku with the help of the rebel couple Norra Wexley and Brentin Lore Wexley. Seeking an opportunity to rebuild the Empire in her own image, Sloane accompanied the Huxes and the child soldiers on their journey into the Unknown Regions.[9]

During the journey, Sloane befriend Armitage and struck an agreement to protect the boy from his father if he kept her safe from the children. Sloane subsequently beat Brendol into submission and forced him to stop hurting his son and to teach the boy everything he knew. For several months, the Imperialis traveled through the Unknown Regions in order. During the journey, Armitage and his father trained the children. He became more vicious during those months, which Sloane regarded as unusual even for such a small boy. After months of traveling through space, the Imperialis rendezvoused with the Emperor's Super Star Destroyer, the Eclipse.[9]

The First OrderEdit

"Your son. Armitage. I know you don't like him. I suspect you hurt him—psychologically or physically, I don't know, and I don't care. You will leave him alone. And you will teach the boy everything that you know. Are we clear?"
―Rae Sloane, to Brendol Hux[src]
Hux on the bridge

Rising to the rank of general, Hux became a powerful man in the First Order.

Meanwhile, the New Republic signed the Galactic Concordance with the defeated Empire, ending the Galactic Civil War and dissolving the Empire.[9] Growing up in exile, Hux was raised by his father on stories of great Imperials and how the Empire saved the galaxy from the chaos of the Clone Wars. Due to his upbringing, Armitage believed that the New Republic was weak and would never live up to the supreme power of the Old Empire. Many other Imperial officers also fled to the Unknown Regions along with the Huxes, where they would create the First Order, a military and political junta that rose from the ashes of the fallen Empire and followed its imperial ideology. Using technological terror, Hux achieved military superiority throughout the Order, eventually gaining the rank of General.[11]

As General, Hux had complete confidence in his troops, training methods and weapons. His soldiers, who were often trained on capital ships, underwent vivid simulations to create the most loyal soldiers for the Order. This system was an extension of the ideas of his father's Commandant's Cadets, from the Arkanis Academy.[11]

Mission to ParnassosEdit

"The First Order is pleased that you survived, Father."
"I owe my good fortune to Phasma. Phasma, this is my son, Armitage."
―Brendol introduces Phasma to his son Armitage[src]

At some point Hux ventured to Parnassos to respond to the distress signal sent by Brendol from the crash site of his ship. Hux arrived at the crash site personally, greeting his father, Phasma, Siv, and Frey impersonally and accepting Phasma and Frey into the First Order. Hux told his father that his disappearance had caused concern in the higher ranks of the First Order and that he needed to return immediately, as the Supreme Leader had many things to discuss with him.[13]

As he rode with Brendol, Phasma, and Frey to the Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Absolution, Hux bore witness to Brendol's orbital bombardment of Parnassos. Footage recovered from the shuttle that transported them to the Absolution was later recovered by Resistance intelligence agents. One of these agents, Vi Moradi, viewed the recording and said that the look she saw Armitage giving Brendol was one of pure loathing.[13]

Dealing with BrendolEdit

"Cardinal, you're an idiot. My father knew it, and so do I. I know Phasma killed him, and I'm glad the old bastard is dead. We agreed on the right time for it to happen. I told her it had to be untraceable, and it shall remain so."
―Armitage admitting his role in conniving with Phasma to kill Brendol[src]
Hux and Phasma

Hux committed patricide with the help of his ally Captain Phasma, who poisoned Brendol with the toxin of a Parnassos beetle.

Sometime after Phasma's recruitment and Brendol's return from his shipwreck on Parnassos, Phasma and Hux met and conspired to assassinate Brendol. Both agreed that the time had come for Brendol to die, and Hux left the actual killing up to Phasma with his only instruction being that she make it untraceable. Phasma went on to kill Brendol with the toxin from the bite of a Parnassos beetle.[13]

Brendol dead, Hux gave a brief address to Captain Cardinal and the First Order stormtrooper corps to inform them of Brendol's death. Formalities aside, Hux ascended to his father's role in the First Order military, and took his father's suite on the Absolution as his own.[13]

Years later, Cardinal met with Hux to discuss the circumstances of Brendol's death. Cardinal reported to Hux that Phasma had killed his father, information he had gotten from interrogating Resistance spy Vi Moradi, but Hux merely laughed in his face. Hux admitted to his role in Brendol's assassination, telling Cardinal that he had wanted his father dead. After affirming Cardinal's loyalty, Hux let him go, fully expecting Phasma to eventually finish the job of silencing him.[13]

As a precaution, Hux excluded Cardinal from a meeting of senior First Order officials. When Cardinal arrived with evidence of Phasma's crimes, Hux curtly dismissed Cardinal, telling him that his services were no longer required. A sticker to protocol, Cardinal complied but later attempted to kill Phasma. However, he was bested by Phasma in combat and grievously wounded. Cardinal only escaped with the help of Moradi.[13]

The hunt for Poe DameronEdit

At some point prior to the Cold War, Hux allegedly harbored a distaste for First Order Security Bureau agent Terex,[14] a belief largely founded on Terex's past as a criminal.[15] Terex had began a manhunt against Resistance agent Poe Dameron, an action harshly opposed by Hux and other First Order leaders.[16]

Cold warEdit

GUHL-JO387OEdit

"General Hux… I know where we must go… and I know this is the key. We are so close."
―Kylo Ren, to Armitage Hux[src]
Ren and Hux meeting

Ren and Hux worked together during the First Order's hunt for Skywalker.

Later, Hux, Ren and two First Order admirals gathered in a conference room aboard the Finalizer over the planet GUHL-JO387O. They were discussing travel to a planet in the Western Reaches. While in the conference, the creature that FN-2187 was chasing turned off the lights, interrupting the conference.[17]

Marooned with RenEdit

"Someone in your army tried to kill you. Clearly, you've managed to inspire a lot of loyalty, Hux."
"Oh, please. I thought you could read minds, Ren. You honestly believe people hate me more than they hate you?"
―Kylo Ren and Armitage Hux[src]
Wake Up Hux

As a result of sabotage, Hux and Ren lost control of their shuttle near a planet's orbit.

Sometime after his father's death, Hux, along with Kylo Ren crash-landed onto a terrestrial forested planet after the shuttle that was carrying them was sabotaged by a radar technician. Once the ship crashed into the planet, Ren used the Force to lift rubble off of himself, saving Hux in the process. After coming to the conclusion that the ship had been sabotaged, Hux got into an argument with Ren, taunting by telling him that Ren's grandfather, Darth Vader, needed his mask to survive, whereas Ren used his mask to play dress up and hide the faces of his parents. This angered Ren, who activated his lightsaber and threatened to kill Hux; after all, no one would find out. Hux pointed out that Supreme Leader Snoke would find out and would punish Ren. Ren deactivated his lightsaber but commented that he didn't know why Snoke kept Hux alive.[18]

Suddenly, the two men spotted a leg of an animal. Hux told Ren it was bait right as a massive beast known as a norwood came out of the shrubbery and surprised the two. Ren activated his lightsaber and told Hux to stand behind him, but Hux had already fled. Kylo then used the Force to hurt the norwood. Thinking the beast was dead, Ren got closer to it. Suddenly, the infuriated beast rose and struck Ren, knocking his helmet off his head and knocking Ren unconscious.[18]

Saved By The Force

Marooned on a distant world, Hux was forced to work with his rival in order to survive.

Hux, who'd been watching the event unfold while he was hiding in the trees, saw a man with a blaster in his hand draw near to the beasts. The man saw Hux hiding, pointed the blaster at him, and ordered him to come out. Hux did as he was ordered and stepped out. He marveled at how the man had tamed the norwoods. Hux, looking at the man's uniform, concluded that the man was a Palace Guard. The man told Hux that he had been off-world when the Death Star destroyed Alderaan. The man then ran off, far away as possible from the Empire, and came to the planet. Hux, after finding out the man's name, which was Bylsma, told him that the Empire had fallen years before. Bylsma was skeptical and asked Hux how could he know that Hux spoke the truth. Hux told him that the truth was Kylo Ren. He then informed Bylsma that Kylo Ren was Ben Solo, son of Leia Organa, Princess of Alderaan and that Ben's parents had won the war. Bylsma then asked about the Death Star. Hux told him that the Death Star and its successor had both been destroyed. Bylsma was surprised when he heard that the Empire had built a second Death Star. Hux answered by saying the Galactic Empire was never renowned for its creativity. Bylsma then stated that he had known Ben's grandfather and mother.[18]

As the men headed back to where Bylsma lived, Hux asked Bylsma why he was still on the planet. Bylsma replied by saying that he didn't know who'd receive his transmission. He didn't want to risk being found since he had already lost one world. After laying Ben on a bed, Hux, who was pretending to be caring, convinced Bylsma to let him use the communication array so that they could enjoy the peacetime that was won. Finally, Kylo woke up, with Hux telling him that the shuttle would arrive soon, thanks to Bylsma.[18]

Eventually, a First Order shuttle with Phasma and a small team of stormtroopers on board arrived on the planet. As the ship opened, Phasma and her stormtroopers shot Bylsma's norwoods dead. Hux, now revealing his true nature, ordered Phasma to leave Bylsma alive, stating that he wanted to use the planet for target practice when Starkiller Base became operational. The shuttle left, leaving behind a shocked and saddened Bylsma.[18]

Hux's revenge against Admiral BrooksEdit

"Do you know how little your father thought of you?"
―Admiral Brooks, before his death[src]
Admiral Brooks

Admiral Brooks right before his death at Hux's hands.

After speaking with Snoke via hologram on Starkiller Base, Hux was allowed to deal with with the radar technician. Hux dealt with the radar technician. But he wasn't finished. He met with Admiral Brooks, a friend of his father and enemy of his. After asking Phasma to confiscate Brook's weapon, Hux took Phasma's blaster and asked Phasma to leave the two of them.[18]

Once Phasma had left, Hux ordered Brooks to take a seat. Brooks told Hux that he had never sabotaged the shuttle. Hux replied by saying that he knew and that he'd already dealt with the saboteur. However, Hux told Brooks that Brooks was the radar technician's superior, and ultimately the responsibility lay with Brooks. Brooks told Hux that he had known Hux since he was a child. There had been an incident with the two when Hux was a child. Hux told Brooks that he remembered the incident. Brooks told Hux he was as spineless as he was when he was a child and that Brendol thought little about him. Hux replied that was one of the reasons why he had his father killed as he shot Brooks dead.[18]

General of the First OrderEdit

"Supreme Leader, I take full responsibility for th—"
"GENERAL! […] Our strategy must now change."
―Armitage Hux and Snoke[src]
Phasma Hux Ren

General Hux and Kylo Ren, each of whom represented a different side of the First Order, were bitter rivals who competed for the Supreme Leader's approval.

Thirty years after the Battle of Endor, Hux was the general who commanded Starkiller Base, the primary base of operations of the First Order, as well as the Resurgent-class Star Destroyer Finalizer and answered to Supreme Leader Snoke. Deeming Luke Skywalker, the last Jedi, to be a threat to the First Order, Hux, along with Ren, were given the directive. Though the First Order possessed maps from the Empire that would lead them to the planet where Skywalker was hiding, they lacked a final piece. To that end, the Finalizer traveled to Jakku and dispatched a group of stormtroopers to attack the settlement of Tuanul, where Ren captured a Resistance pilot named Poe Dameron, who already acquired and hid the final piece of the map. After Ren interrogated Dameron, he informed Hux that the prisoner had entrusted the map to a BB-8 unit. Hux dispatched stormtroopers back to Jakku to search for it and posted a bounty on the droid.[8]

Subsequently, Dameron was freed by a stormtrooper and the pair attempted to escape on a TIE/sf space superiority fighter, disabling the Finalizer's turbolasers. Hux ordered the ventral cannons to shoot down the fighter, causing it to crash-land on Jakku. Upon informing Ren of the incident, the dark knight deduced that the traitorous stormtrooper was FN-2187. Hux checked with Phasma, who noted that this was FN-2187's first offense.[8]

Subsequently, Supreme Leader Snoke ordered BB-8 captured or destroyed if necessary. When Hux informed Ren, the latter questioned the competency of their stormtroopers, given that one of them committed high treason, and suggested that the First Order instead appropriate a clone army like the Galactic Republic and early Empire before them. Hux assured him that his stormtroopers were trained from birth to succeed and reminded Ren not to let his obsession with Skywalker interfere with their mission.

Commanding Starkiller BaseEdit

"Today, is the end of the Republic. The end of a regime that acquiesces to disorder. At this very moment in a system far from here, the New Republic, lies to the galaxy while secretly supporting the treachery of the loathsome Resistance. This fierce machine which you have built, upon which we stand, will bring an end to the Senate! To their cherished fleet! All remaining systems will bow to the First Order! And will remember this... as the last day of the Republic!"
―Armitage Hux, announcing the fall of the New Republic[src]
Hux and Starkiller Base

Using the Starkiller superweapon, Hux destroyed Hosnian Prime and killed billions of people in his quest to topple the New Republic.

After BB-8 fled Jakku aboard the Millennium Falcon, Hux and Ren returned to Starkiller Base, where they spoke to a hologram of Supreme Leader Snoke. Snoke was not surprised that they let the droid slip through their fingers and stated that the Jedi would rise again if the map got to the Resistance. Hux humbly took full responsibility for his failure, but the Supreme Leader interrupted him, declaring that their strategy had to change. Hux suggested testing the superweapon and destroy the New Republic for supporting the Resistance, leaving their enemies vulnerable. After receiving authorization for the undertaking, Hux then assembled the First Order army at Starkiller Base and gave a grand speech, proclaiming that the destruction of the Republic would be the beginning of the First Order's rise to power in the galaxy.[8] Hux sent his speech via hologram to the First Order's garrison at the Colossus station on Castilon.[19] At his signal, the Starkiller weapon fired and destroyed the Hosnian system, which at the time hosted the Republic's capital and Senate, wiping away its leadership and fleet.[8]

Hux hologram @ colosus

Hux addressing the stormtroopers stationed at the Colossus station.

Subsequently, the First Order received a tip from an informant on Takodana that BB-8 was there, so Ren led an attack squadron. However, Ren instead captured BB-8's accomplice, the Jakku scavenger Rey, because she had seen the map, and ordered the division to retreat as the Resistance engaged them. Ren brought Rey back to Starkiller Base and attempted to extract the map from her mind, only to learn that the girl was strong in the Force and turned his own mind probe against him. Hux later walked in a conversation between Ren and Snoke, the latter asking what happened to BB-8. The general humiliated his colleague by telling the Supreme Leader that Ren decided the droid was no longer valuable to the First Order's mission, and that the girl was all they needed. He then informed Snoke that they tracked the Resistance scout ship performing recon on Starkiller Base back to the Ileenium system. Snoke ordered Hux to use the superweapon to destroy the Resistance before they could find Skywalker.[8]

Hux Tells Snoke Starkiller Base is Finished

With Starkiller's destruction imminent, Supreme Leader Snoke ordered Hux to evacuate the base and return to him with Ren.

However, while its weapon was charging up, the Resistance led a starfighter assault against Starkiller Base, which resulted in the base's oncoming collapse before it could fire on D'Qar. Hux was then ordered by Snoke to evacuate the planet and to take the defeated Kylo Ren with him,[8] something that Hux, having a very low opinion of Ren, was all too eager to accomplish knowing that Ren suffered a humiliating defeat.[20]

As he was making his way out of the base, Hux's path took him into proximity with the quarters of the Jerjerrod couple, which had been hit by falling debris from a crashed TIE fighter. There, he briefly witnessed the ongoing fight between First Order forces and members of the Resistance's J-Squadron. Officer Jul Jerjerrod requested aid from him, which Hux affirmed, assigning several of his accompanying stormtrooper detachment to aid in the capture of the squadron.[21]

First Order–Resistance warEdit

Rendezvous with Captain PhasmaEdit

"I should have known that even an exploding planet could not kill you, nor impede your devotion to the First Order."
―Armitage Hux, to Phasma[src]

A few days after the Assault on Starkiller Base, Hux greeted Phasma personally on his ship, the Finalizer. He questioned Phasma's late return, to which she replied that she had been preoccupied with chasing down and dispatching the true culprit behind the one who had turned off the shields at Starkiller Base. She named Lieutenant Sol Rivas as the perpetrator. Hux complimented her and promptly left, leaving Phasma to stare off at the sight of the First Order fleet gathering in large numbers.[22]

Leading the siege of D'QarEdit

"I have my orders from Supreme Leader Snoke himself. This is where we snuff out the Resistance once and for all."
―Armitage Hux[src]
The Last Jedi Space Battle

Although the Resistance evacuated D'Qar, Hux's hyperspace tracker ensured they could no longer escape the First Order through hyperspace.

After the Assault on Starkiller Base, Hux led a First Order fleet, including a Dreadnought, to the evacuated main Resistance base on D'Qar. He was, however, briefly distracted by an insulting transmission from Poe Dameron, who repeatedly referred to Hux by the mocking term "General Hugs" and implied that Leia wanted to send a message about Hux's mother. Hux responded that he would not negotiate with the Resistance, but Poe responded as if he couldn't hear him. After a few more attempts which made Hux increasingly angry, he ultimately ordered the dreadnought to destroy the Resistance base, and afterwards, the main fleet. When Resistance bombers came to destroy the Dreadnought, Hux quickly dispatched all but one bomber, which promptly blew up the dreadnought and bought time for the Resistance to escape. However, Hux had a plan to track the Resistance ship through hyperspace, which he presented to Supreme Leader Snoke on his command ship, the Supremacy.[23]

Pursuit of the Resistance FleetEdit

"Keep up the barrage. Let's at least remind them that we're still here."
―Armitage Hux[src]
Hux on the bridge

Hux took command of Snoke's flagship, the Supremacy during the First Order's pursuit of the Resistance fleet.

During the assault on the Resistance fleet, Hux ordered the Star Destroyers to keep at a distance and continue firing at the Resistance flagship Raddus. After the Resistance's medical frigate ran out of fuel, Hux ordered it destroyed the second it was in range, though the ship was successfully evacuated prior to its destruction.[23]

When Finn and Rose Tico were captured while trying to disable the tracker on the Supremacy, they were led to an assembly area of stormtroopers in the hangar, led by General Hux. Hux then struck Finn on the cheek, showing his disdain for him.[23] After insulting the people of the Otomok system, Tico's home system, she bit Hux on the hand.[24] Shortly after, Hux left the pair to be executed by Captain Phasma, having figured out the Resistance's plan to escape via thirty U-55 orbital loadlifters, thanks to DJ divulging this information to the First Order. He also proceeded to have the fleet pick off any and all escape ships one by one. Focused on the annihilation of the transports, Hux brushed off the news that the Raddus was preparing a hyperspace jump as a failed ploy to distract them, unaware that Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo was intending to jump the Raddus to lightspeed directly at the Supremacy. Upon seeing she had turned about face, Hux frantically ordered all firepower concentrated on the Raddus, but it was too late. The faster-than-lightspeed collision sliced the Supremacy in two, also annihilating twenty other Resurgent-class battlecruisers as well.[23]

After Holdo's suicide attack, General Hux went to the throne room, where during the battle Kylo Ren had killed Snoke. Discovering an unconscious Kylo Ren near the body of the Supreme Leader, Hux tried to take advantage of the situation to kill his rival but Ren woke up before he could act. After he expressed disbelief at seeing Snoke's dead body, Kylo told him that Rey killed Snoke and ordered him to move the men to Crait, to crush the Resistance once and for all. Hux protested, stating than Ren had no rights to command him or his men but Kylo Force-choked Hux until he acknowledged him as the new Supreme Leader.[23]

Battle of CraitEdit

"That's enough. That's enough! Do you think you got him?"
―Armitage Hux, to Kylo Ren[src]
Long Live The Supreme Leader

After the assassination of Snoke, Ren resorted to strong-arm tactics in order to secure Hux's allegiance as the new Supreme Leader.

Hux was in Kylo Ren's command shuttle during the Battle of Crait. Once Kylo Ren gave the order to advance, Hux also attempted to issue the command, resulting in a sidelong stare by Kylo. After Kylo Ren fired on Luke Skywalker's force projection with All Terrain MegaCaliber Sixes and First Order All Terrain Armored Transport walkers, Hux shouted at the pilots to stop firing, thinking that Skywalker had been completely destroyed by the barrage. Hux asked if Ren thought he got him, but was startled when the smoke cleared to reveal Skywalker completely unharmed. Ren ordered the command shuttle to land only for Hux to protest that Ren was getting distracted. In response, Kylo Ren hurled Hux against a wall with the Force, temporarily knocking him out. By the time Hux regained consciousness, the Resistance had already fled and reorganized itself into the Rebellion. He and Kylo Ren accompanied the First Order Snowtroopers as they searched through the now-abandoned base.[23]

Pursuing the ResistanceEdit

"Open fire!!"
―Hux ordering the destruction of Tah'Nuhna[src]

At some point, Hux was present on the First Order supertanker, the Titan. While on the station, he and his stormtrooper attache ordered Kazuda Xiono, who was disguised as a First Order technician, to lead him to the briefing room of the station. Upon arriving to the briefing area, Hux delivered more orders to Commander Pyre regarding the attainment of valuable supertanker assets, notably to quell the resistance on the Colossus. During the later meeting, Hux became frustrated with the interruption to the meeting caused by Xiono's theft of the Titan's radiation deflector.[25]

Following the Battle of Crait, which had left the Resistance severely weakened, a group of First Order officers speculated whether or not Hux had survived the Battle of Crait, altogether unaware the battle had truly occurred.[26] Eventually, Hux destroyed the planet of Tah'Nuhna because of its assistance to the Resistance, despite pleading from its leaders. At the order of Kylo Ren, Hux also ordered the Kendoh Gang to get Resistance operative Finn when they alerted him that they'd spotted him, though Hux had initially refuted the validity of the gang's claims.[27]

Hux was eventually contacted by Chadkol Gee regarding the Resistance presence on Mon Cala.[28] Upon arriving to Mon Cala, Hux ordered the destruction of rebellious Quarren and Mon Calamari fighters. Following the skirmish, Hux deduced that Mon Cala had finally sided with the Resistance.[29]

Hux, alongside Supreme Leader Ren, was in command of a Resurgent-class Star Destroyer that captured a Resistance Intersystem Transport Ship. However, Poe Dameron managed to escape before returning with a sizeable fleet that caught the First Order off-guard.[30]

At war's endEdit

"Why are you helping us?"
"I don't care if you win. I need Kylo Ren to lose!"
―Finn and Armitage Hux[src]
Hux Databank IX TROS

Under the new Supreme Leader, General Hux had little independent authority without supervision.

In the year after the Battle at Crait, a mysterious message swept out across the galaxy in the voice of Emperor Palpatine, previously presumed dead at Endor decades prior. In actuality, his spirit had in some manner endured, and through the power and influence of his station as Emperor and as a Sith Lord, he had assembled a shadow empire on the fringes of the galaxy. With the aid of loyal servants on the hidden planet of Exegol, Palpatine had forged one of the largest fleets in history, crewed by Sith troopers. Following an initial meeting with a hostile Kylo Ren, the Emperor persuaded the apprentice of Snoke to unite their forces under the common banner of the Final Order and usher in ultimate galactic dominance.[5]

In parallel to these events, Hux's triumphant First Order military had been tasked by Ren with destroying the remaining Resistance forces, which had continued fighting after Crait but had largely been forced underground by the repressive and expanding regime. In the course of these operations, a number of TIE fighters became involved in a pursuit of the Millennium Falcon as it collected intelligence from Boolio on a spy embedded deep within the First Order that could lead the Resistance to the resurgent Palpatine.[5]

Pryde- Entertainment Weekly

Allegiant General Pryde executed Hux as a traitor to the First Order.

Shortly after the TIEs had chased the Falcon from the Sinta Glacier Colony, the Supreme Leader and his Knights of Ren arrived and captured Boolio, interrogating and ultimately killing the alien before delivering his decapitated head to a conference of the First Order High Command, including Allegiant General Enric Pryde and Hux, who had become rivals in the year after Crait. Ren informed his subordinates that there was a traitor in their midst. Sensing apprehension among them, the Supreme Leader inquired if his freshly reassembled helmet made Hux uncomfortable; the general quietly replied that it did not. A comment from General Bellava Parnadee that she liked the mask brought a short pause to the proceedings.[5]

General Domaric Quinn spoke up, positing that the returned Palpatine and his followers seemed more like a cult than anything else. Pryde dismissed this concern, but Quinn continued, wondering aloud if the fleet promised by the Sith Lord was a gift and what he might demand in return. Enraged, Ren used the Force to choke General Quinn and throw his body to the ceiling, announcing to the remaining assembly that his mission, and that of the First Order, were to eliminate Rey, as the Emperor had commanded.[5]

Following a brief skirmish between First Order troops and Rey's Resistance party on Pasaana, Hux presented to Pryde a "valuable prisoner" taken during the fighting: Chewbacca, who is believed dead by his allies. The elder commander, unfazed by the roaring of the Wookiee, ordered immediate interrogation. Shortly after, Ren would return to the Steadfast, having failed to accomplish the task set by Palpatine.[5]

The Steadfast eventually arrived at Kijimi shortly after the arrival of Rey's party, with Ren swiftly disembarking to aid his knights in hunting the scavenger and her allies. Through an old accomplice of Dameron, the fugitives were able to sneak aboard the vessel in order to liberate Chewbacca from First Order custody, Rey having discovered his survival through the Force. Although they managed to kill a number of stormtroopers, all members of the strike team save for Rey were eventually swarmed by overwhelming numbers and captured. Hux soon arrived to confront the prisoners and ordered their immediate execution. He chose to accompany the squad of troopers selected for the duty as they escorted Finn, Dameron and Chewbacca to a sequestered section of the ship.[5]

Moments before the sentence was to be carried out, Hux spoke up and claimed that he would like to join the firing squad. Accepting the blaster of one of the troopers present, the general swiftly spun around and killed the troopers before outing himself as the spy that Ren and Pryde had been hunting within their ranks. Offering his assistance to the bewildered Resistance agents, he quickly escorted them to the incarcerated Falcon, lingering behind them as they blasted their way through his own troops.[5]

Stopping Finn before he could board the Falcon, Hux demanded that the former stormtrooper shoot him in the arm in order to verify his cover story that he had been forced to aid in their escape. Out of spite, Finn shot the general in the thigh. He then inquired as to why Hux would betray the order he had helped build; disdainfully, the general said that he didn't care if the Resistance won so much as that Ren needed to lose. The Resistance agents then completed their escape, rejoining Rey as she ended her latest duel with Ren, who had returned to the Steadfast after discovering she was aboard.[5]

Hux, after having his wound bandaged, eventually arrived at the bridge of the Steadfast to explain the events that had transpired to an enraged Pryde. He lied, claiming that the prisoners had overpowered him, killed his men and compelled him to aid in their escape. Seeing through the younger man's obfuscation, Pryde snatched a blaster from a stormtrooper nearby and shot Hux, killing him instantly. His corpse slid across the bridge floor as Pryde ordered a subordinate to inform Ren that the traitor had been found and dealt with. Hux's death left Pryde as the sole leader of the First Order military, which was partly assimilated into Palpatine's Final Order before its destruction at the climatic battle of Exegol.[5]

Personality and traitsEdit

"You. My father. Snoke. Ren. You all underestimate me. You see me as something you can control. Something weak. I am not weak. I am patient. You all have the power to destroy people. But I will outlive you all. I will hold more power than any of you. Destroying people is nothing. I will have the power to destroy worlds."
―Armitage Hux, to Brooks[src]
Armitage Hux TLJ

General Armitage Hux was an ambitious officer who craved power and promoted technological innovation.

Armitage Hux was a male human with red hair and pale skin. When he was a young child, his father Brendol Hux regarded him as a weak-willed boy.[10] In his childhood, Hux was frequently belittled by his father. Despite Brendol's disdain for his own child, both Gallius Rax and Rae Sloane recognized that Armitage had the potential to become a military commander of the First Order. Under Rax's influence, the boy grew more vicious and was willing to order his father's child soldiers to hurt each other in order to assert his authority.[9] From childhood, Hux was raised on stories of heroic Imperials and how the Empire had brought peace and order to the galaxy following the Clone Wars. Hux believed that the galaxy needed to be saved from chaos and that the New Republic was too weak to rein in these problems.[11] Because he was born out of wedlock, he also held some incense against references to his mother, especially those done in a mocking light, which was best evident during the Evacuation of D'Qar, where Poe Dameron's insinuation that Leia wanted to give a message about Hux's mother was enough to have Hux angrily order for the ship to open fire on Dameron's X-wing.[23]

As an adult, General Hux was a methodical commander who continued his father's program of training stormtroopers from infancy. Hux was a scientific and technologically-minded man who had little patience and understanding for Force-wielders like Kylo Ren. Hux had an acrimonious relationship with Kylo Ren and the two competed for the favor of the First Order's Supreme Leader Snoke. This hatred often made Hux treat Kylo like he was inferior to him and address and talk to Kylo like an adult would to a child. This infuriated Kylo and would turn out to be a bad decision for Hux in the future. Hux was also rankled by Kylo Ren's questioning of his faith in his men and methods. He also tried to deflect blame onto Kylo after First Order forces on Takodana failed to recover BB-8 and the map to Luke Skywalker.[8]

Hux Starkiller Speech

Remorseless and driven by the desire for power, Hux caused the deaths of billions by giving the order to fire the Starkiller at the Hosnian system.

He likewise hated Kylo Ren, to the extent that he secretly derived pleasure from whenever Kylo failed his mission or whenever Snoke reprimanded him, and also was glad that Kylo needed rescuing from the Starkiller Base after he was beaten by Rey, a lightsaber novice. Hux was also disgusted by Kylo's lack of self-control and frequent emotional outbursts.[20] His disdain for Kylo was such that after Snoke was prematurely killed, he initially considered assassinating Kylo on the spot while the latter was still unconscious prior to his stirring forcing him to abandon that plan, and shortly afterward made clear he had zero intention of acknowledging Kylo as the new Supreme Leader, and only ended up acknowledging it after Kylo telekinetically strangled him. Even afterward, however, he made subtle jabs at Kylo's expense, as after the walkers attacked what appeared to be Luke Skywalker himself with a rain of blaster bolts on Kylo's orders, Hux proceeded to sarcastically ask if the blasts killed Skywalker before the cloud dispersed and revealed he was still present.[23] His loathing for Kylo Ren was so great that he was willing to secretly aid the Resistance, not out of any loyalty to them, but simply because he did not want to see Kylo succeed.[5] By that point, Hux believed that the Supreme Leader had gone mad for chasing the "ghost" of Emperor Palpatine whereas flames of rebellion burned across the galaxy, demonstrating that Hux wasn't a person who believed in the supernatural and mystic ways of the Force.[3]

Due to his upbringing, Hux believed that he was destined to rule the galaxy. He regarded the New Republic as an illegitimate government that had to be destroyed in order to usher in the First Order. Hux believed that Starkiller Base held the key to retaking the galaxy from the New Republic.[11] Hux never saw the First Order as the restoration of the Empire, but rather a new and improved faction.[24] While Hux was distressed by the Resistance's destruction of Starkiller Base, he nevertheless complied with Snoke's orders to recover Kylo Ren and bring him to the Supreme Leader.[8]

First Order Military

Hux prided himself on the new generation of stormtroopers, all of whom were exceptionally trained and programmed from birth.

Hux showed some degree of sadism, as evidenced during the late stages of the attack on the Resistance fleet, where he had the Supremacy pick off the various escaping U-55 orbital loadlifters.[23] He was highly ambitious too, wanting to have direct control over the Supremacy, although he was smart enough to know he should keep such desires buried lest he get negative attention from either Kylo Ren or Snoke.[20] In addition, like most First Order officers, Hux was xenophobic: referring to Chewbacca as a "beast" instead of his species' name.[5] Hux came to hate the Knights of Ren as well for their unkempt appearance and for how they treaded dirt into the polished halls of the First Order capital ships.[3]

Kylo Ren had always wondered why Snoke would keep Hux around. When this was brought to his attention, an amused Snoke revealed that for all his supposed weaknesses, Hux would always be a reliable asset.[23] Snoke, who used Hux as a tool, was unaware that Hux had ambitions of usurping him to take the title of Supreme Leader for himself; if Snoke did know, however, he probably wouldn't have cared in the slightest.[24] Unfortunately for Hux, Ren had the same idea and took the position of Supreme Leader after killing Snoke, leading Hux to serve him.[23] However, as Hux was known to have ordered Phasma to kill his own father, Ren brought him wherever he went, like Crait, to supervise him and prevent any potential act of treason.[24] After the Battle of Crait, Ren remained distrustful of Hux and refused to lower his guard around someone he considered devious and ensured the general had little independent authority without supervision, opting to assign Allegiant General Pryde or the Knights of Ren before entrusting something of importance to Hux.[3]

Skills and abilitiesEdit

"Given you found his mother in a kitchen, you'd think your illegitimate son could at least serve a drink, Commandant Hux."
"Unfortunately, I've yet to find anything Armitage isn't utterly useless at, Admiral Brooks."
―Admiral Brooks and Brendol Hux[src]

As a General in the First Order, Armitage Hux commanded the First Order's armies and Starkiller Base.[11] He was familiar with the operating systems of a Resurgent-class Star Destroyer and Starkiller Base.[8] Although his technical rank was General, he commanded more authority in actuality than a standard general, though Snoke refused to promote him to the more appropriate rank of Grand Marshal.[20]

EquipmentEdit

General Hux FOCK

General Hux prided himself on a polished appearance.

General Hux wore a charcoal grey general's uniform, black gloves, a polished officer's buckle, traditional flared-hip breeches, and insulated boots. He also wore a crested command cap emblazoned with the insignia of the First Order and a gaberwool officer's greatcoat. Hux believed that a tidy appearance was essential to maintaining discipline. When addressing his men, he wore a parade uniform designed to broadcast his authority as a First Order General.[11]

After the Battle of Starkiller Base, Hux carried a cross draw holstered SE-44C blaster pistol and a monomolecular dagger hidden in his sleeve.[20]

Behind the scenesEdit

DevelopmentEdit

"I think General Hux would just like a little bit more order in the universe. Whatever it takes is where he's at."
―Domnhall Gleeson, on General Hux[src]
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Domhnall Gleeson portrays General Hux in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

The character of General Hux was created for the 2015 film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, in which he is portrayed by Domhnall Gleeson.[31] Gleeson was cast in the movie in April 2014, just one day before appearing in a publicity photo of the cast doing a table read of the script. He afterward rented a screening room in his hometown of Dublin, Ireland, and watched all three installments of the original Star Wars trilogy to prepare for shooting the new film[32]—he has described arriving on the set of a Star Wars movie on his first day of shooting as a breathtaking, "pinch me" moment.[33] Details of Gleeson's character, including the name General Hux, were first revealed to the public at the San Diego Comic-Con[34] in July 2015.[31]

While developing Hux's character, Gleeson and the film's production team posited that he was an obsessive character who does not get a lot of sleep. They created his look with that in mind: pale with dark eyes, and dead-set on his goals.[35] The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams has called Hux a merciless character,[33] and Gleeson has described him as someone who enjoys having authority and holding onto it at all costs.[35] He has also stated that Hux "would just like a little bit more order in the universe" and would do whatever it takes to achieve that order. In the leadup to the film's release, he joked that Hux was obviously an evil character due to his British accent, a trait shared by numerous Star Wars villains.[36] Gleeson was excited to play such a character, as it was unlike any acting role he had previously done[33] and allowed him to explore the notion of authority.[35] StarWars.com then confirmed that Gleeson was to return in Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi.[37]

FirstOrder

Hux's speech to the First Order has been compared to Adolf Hitler addressing a Nuremberg Rally.

During filming of The Force Awakens, several different versions were shot of a scene where Hux addresses the troops of the First Order, as J.J. Abrams hoped to try it at various levels of intensity. He ultimately "wanted it big," and he and screenplay writer Lawrence Kasdan believed that it was Hux's major moment in the movie. Although the amount of stormtrooper extras present for the scene made Gleeson nervous, he also felt like it gave him a sense of the number of people his speech was intended to affect.[38] The speech has been compared to Adolf Hitler speaking at a Nuremberg Rally[38][39][40] and has been described by reviewers as being an over-the-top[40] and random moment in the film.[41]

ContinuityEdit

"I'd imagined Zare catching sight of a red-haired baby in a hover-pram pushed by a sinister nanny droid, but that wound up feeling like a reference for a reference's sake, which I've come to believe undermines storytelling instead of supporting it."
―Jason Fry, on writing Servants of the Empire: The Secret Academy[src]

Prior to The Force Awakens's release, a character named Brendol Hux was introduced in Servants of the Empire: The Secret Academy, a young readers' book by Jason Fry that serves as a tie-in to the television program Star Wars Rebels. In the book, Brendol Hux reveals his ambition to create an army of soldiers loyal to the Galactic Empire from birth.[42] A StarWars.com Databank entry later revealed that Brendol Hux is General Hux's father,[6] and Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary went on to confirm that Hux's army of stormtroopers in the film—trained from infancy to be loyal to the First Order—are an extension of his father's group, the Commandant's Cadets.[11]

Fry originally conceived of the cadets to advance a plotline in his story, but he was struggling to find them a goal or a purpose that would eventually come into fruition. The idea to connect them with General Hux came in November 2014 when he met with Lucasfilm Ltd. about another project, Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Incredible Cross-Sections, and was privy to concept art, stills, and a synopsis of the upcoming movie. He then proposed to Pablo Hidalgo of the Lucasfilm Story Group that the idea of training children to be stormtroopers began with Hux's father in the era of Star Wars Rebels, and when Hidalgo ran it up the chain of command, the answer came back in the positive. Fry considered inserting a "red-haired baby" Hux into his book, being cared for by a sinister nanny droid, but he ultimately felt that it was a reference for the sake of a reference and cut it from the final draft.[43]

AppearancesEdit

Non-canon appearancesEdit

SourcesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Star Wars Character Encyclopedia: Updated and Expanded
  2. 2.0 2.1 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary states that Armitage Hux was born thirty-four years before the Starkiller Incident, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 34 ABY. Therefore, Hux was was born in 0 ABY.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary
  4. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary dates the events of Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker to one year after the events of Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens. As Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the events of The Force Awakens to 34 ABY, the events of The Rise of Skywalker must occur in 35 ABY.
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 StarWars-DatabankII General Hux in the Databank (backup link)
  7. Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Head-to-Head
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 Aftermath: Empire's End
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Aftermath: Life Debt
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary
  12. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Endor to 4 ABY and the events of Shattered Empire 4, which take place three months after the battle, to 5 ABY. Furthermore, the novel Aftermath states that months have passed since the Battle of Endor, while Aftermath: Life Debt begins two months after the end of Aftermath. Therefore, the events of Aftermath: Life Debt begin at least four months after the Battle of Endor, which corresponds to 5 ABY. Additionally, Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Jakku, as depicted in Life Debt's sequel, Aftermath: Empire's End, to 5 ABY as well, thereby firmly placing Aftermath: Life Debt in 5 ABY.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Phasma
  14. Poe Dameron 2
  15. Poe Dameron 10
  16. Poe Dameron 11
  17. IDWStarWarsAdventuresLogoSmaller "Pest Control"—Star Wars Adventures 3
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 18.5 18.6 Age of Resistance - General Hux 1
  19. SWResistanceLogo Star Wars Resistance – "No Escape: Part 1"
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary
  21. Join the Resistance: Attack on Starkiller Base
  22. Captain Phasma 4
  23. 23.00 23.01 23.02 23.03 23.04 23.05 23.06 23.07 23.08 23.09 23.10 Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition
  25. SWResistanceLogo Star Wars Resistance – "Station to Station"
  26. Poe Dameron 31
  27. Allegiance 1
  28. Allegiance 2
  29. Allegiance 4
  30. GalaxysEdgeLogo icon Star Wars: Galaxy's EdgeRise of the Resistance
  31. 31.0 31.1 TwitterLogo Star Wars (@starwars) on Twitter "General Hux! Join us in our liveblog for more #StarWars #TheForceAwakens updates http://strw.rs/1HrY9q3  " (screenshot)
  32. James Mottram (December 14, 2015, 18:22 BST). Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Domhnall Gleeson on playing the villain and how JJ Abrams inspired the cast. The Independent. Archived from the original on December 14, 2015. Retrieved on February 16, 2016.
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 Josh Wilding. Domhnall Gleeson Teases "Merciless" General Hux In Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We Got This Covered. Archived from the original on September 30, 2015. Retrieved on February 16, 2016.
  34. Brent McKnight. Who Domhnall Gleeson Is Actually Playing In Star Wars Episode 7. Cinema Blend. Archived from the original on December 22, 2015. Retrieved on February 16, 2016.
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 Amy Kaufman (February 18, 2016, 8:00 AM). Domhnall Gleeson, on playing gentle and evil and surviving the harsh shoot for 'The Revenant'. Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on February 21, 2016. Retrieved on February 22, 2016.
  36. "The Stars of Star Wars: Domnhall Gleeson." People Magazine December 2015: 59. Print.
  37. SWCustom-2011 Star Wars: Episode VIII Now Filming on StarWars.com (backup link)
  38. 38.0 38.1 Orlando Parfitt. Domhnall Gleeson Talks About THAT General Hux Speech In Star Wars (Exclusive). Tumblr. Archived from the original on February 16, 2016. Retrieved on February 16, 2016.
  39. Imagery of the Third Reich in the First Order. Star Wars in the Classroom. Archived from the original on January 18, 2016. Retrieved on February 16, 2016.
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  42. Servants of the Empire: The Secret Academy
  43. SWCustom-2011 The Force Awakens Secret Inside The Secret Academy on StarWars.com (backup link)

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