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"Master Sinube, you're right. I've found the intruder and she has my lightsaber. She's a Terrelian jango jumper, and hard to keep up with."
―Ahsoka Tano to Tera Sinube — (audio) Listen (file info)[src]

Cassilyda "Cassie" Cryar was a female Terrelian Jango Jumper criminal who lived on the planet Coruscant during the Clone Wars.

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Cassie Cryar was a thief who used her natural agility to aquire the stolen lightsaber of Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano[2] after conspiring with her partner-in-crime Ione Marcy to murder Ione's boyfriend Nack Movers who had acquired the lightsaber. The two were discovered in Marcy's apartment by Tano and Jedi Master Tera Sinube. Cryar escaped the apartment and was pursued across the Coruscant skyline by Tano. Marcy was able to flee the apartment as well as the police arrived. Both Cryar and Marcy were captured, however, by the Jedi at a train station and placed under arrest by the GU-series Guardian police droids.[3]

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"Cassie is very mischievous and strong, but I also like that she's not sure what she's doing once she gets the lightsaber. She's not necessarily all bad; she's doing what she has to do in order to survive. She's also quite charming in a way. She has this acrobatic, beautiful way of moving as well, especially during the chase scenes with Ahsoka."
―Jaime King[src]

Concept art of Cassie Cryar

Cassie Cryar appeared in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series, voiced by Jaime King in the second season's Rise of the Bounty Hunters storyline. King was drawn to the role for Cryar's strength. She doesn't consider Cryar to be a bad person, believing that she is only doing what she needs to do to survive.[4]

The design of Cassie Cryar harkens back from one of Iain McCaig's early Sith concepts for the 1999 film Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.[5]

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