"Bendix Fust: wanted alive. Currently serving time on Oovo IV in the asteroid prison. Reward is 50,000 on delivery."
―Rozatta to Jango Fett[2]

Bendix Fust was a male Mordageen, employed as a smuggler by the Dug King Sebolto in the final decades of the Galactic Republic. Fust smuggled death sticks, illegal euphoria-inducing drugs, until he was captured by members of the Republic Security Force in the Gazzari system. Fust struck a deal with the agency, trading information on Sebolto's drug cartel in exchange for a reduced prison sentence. When Sebolto found out, he placed a bounty on Fust's head; the bounty hunters Zam Wesell and Jango Fett claimed the bounty by breaking the Mordageen out of the Desolation Alley maximum security prison and handing him over to the Dug.


Bendix Fust in his prison uniform.

Bendix Fust was a Mordageen male from the planet Mordagon.[1] He was employed by the Dug crime lord Sebolto as a smuggler, transporting illegal drugs known as death sticks. While working in the Gazzari system, Fust was captured by members of the Republic Security Force in a sting operation against Sebolto's drug cartel. Faced with a long term of imprisonment, the Mordageen made a deal with the agency, telling them all he knew of Sebolto's drug cartel in exchange for a reduced prison sentence. He was then interred into a maximum security prison on the asteroid Oovo IV,[2] a facility known as Desolation Alley,[3] and was assigned prisoner number 004563-013.[4]

Once Sebolto discovered that Fust had sold him out, he posted a 50,000-credit bounty for anyone who brought Fust to him alive.[2] In 32 BBY,[5] this offer was taken up independently by two bounty hunters, Zam Wesell and Jango Fett, who was told about the bounty by Toydarian Rozatta. Wesell, a shapeshifting Clawdite, stowed away aboard a supply vessel and infiltrated the prison. She arrived at Fust's cell first, and when he refused to accompany her, the Clawdite used a gas grenade to subdue him. She also initiated a prison riot to cover her escape.[2]

Shortly after Wesell left, the Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett arrived at the cell, having traversed the prison's ventilation shafts. Fett followed after the escaping pair, eventually catching up with them just as they reached his starship, which Wesell hoped to hijack to escape the prison. Faced with numerous prison guards, the two professionals opted to join forces to escape the prison, splitting the bounty on Fust's head. Although Fett's ship was destroyed before they could escape in it, the pair managed to hijack a Firespray-class patrol ship and leave Oovo. The bounty hunters then took Fust to Malastare, Sebolto's homeworld where Fett allowed Wesell to hand Fust over to Sebolto at his palace, using the occasion to sneak into the Palace for his own purposes.[2]

Personality and traits[]

"Blast me? That's nothing compared to what Sebolto will do. I ain't going back to Malastare, no way."
―Fust to Zam Wesell[2]

Fust smuggled death sticks,[2] an illegal drug composed of treated Ixetal cilona extract that offers euphoria in exchange for a shortened life;[6] consequently, upon being captured by Republic forces, he was to be imprisoned for a significant period of time. In this situation, Fust was prepared to sell out his employer in exchange for a reduced prison sentence.[2]

After selling out his boss, Fust was very afraid of what Sebolto would do to him in reparation. Consequently, when Zam Wesell broke into his cell, he preferred to stay in prison rather than be returned to the Dug.[2] Fust had white hair[1] and pink skin.[2]


While in prison, Fust wore a red prison uniform and black shoes.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

Fust was first mentioned by "Star Wars: Bounty Hunter," an article published in Star Wars Gamer 10, the tenth and final issue of Star Wars Gamer magazine, published by Wizards of the Coast[4] on April 2, 2002.[7] Fust first appeared in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, a video game produced by LucasArts[2] and released for the PlayStation 2 on November 19, 2002.[8] In the game, Fust was voiced by Wally Wingert, who also voiced another character, Jervis Gloom.[2]



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