Z-95 Headhunter.jpg

Content approaching. The High Republic 4, The High Republic 5, The High Republic 6, The High Republic 8, The High Republic 9, The High Republic 10, The High Republic 11, The High Republic 12–class.

Parts of this article have been identified as no longer being up to date.

Please update the article to reflect recent events, and remove this template when finished.


Master Qui-Gon, more to say, have you?

It is requested that this article, or a section of this article, be expanded.

See the request on the listing or on this article's talk page. Once the improvements have been completed, you may remove this notice and the page's listing.

Ceret was a trans non-binary Kotabi Jedi Knight, and the bond-twin of Terec. Both twins were stationed at the Starlight Beacon space station during the High Republic Era. Their bond meant Terec and Ceret shared the same gestalt mind, and frequently finished each other's sentences even when not in the same room.


Ceret was a Kotabi trans non-binary being and the bond-twin of Terec. The twins were part of the Jedi Order during the High Republic Era.[3]

Attack in the Kazlin system[]

Ceret and Terec joined Jedi Master Sskeer and Jedi Knight Keeve Trennis, who had been knighted just before the mission, in traveling to the Kazlin system after Starlight received a scrambled distress signal from the system. They docked their T-1 shuttle with the wreckage of a ship and entered, donning rebreathers upon encountering gas, which implied a Nihil attack. Ceret and Trennis soon split off from the group as Sskeer and Terec went another direction. Ceret began to sense anger and pain in Sskeer, telling Trennis that something was wrong. Soon after, the two discovered the corpse of a dead Hutt. Ceret observed blaster burns, stab wounds, and evidence of nagnol poisoning. After suggesting that the Hutt ship may have been carrying crops to sell the harvest to the highest bidder following the Great Disaster, Ceret found a damaged navidroid whose databanks stated that it was travelling from the Sedri system at the time of the attack.[3]

Mission to Sedri Minor[]

Upon confirming that an outpost was stationed on Sedri Minor, Marshal Kriss dispatched Master Sskeer and Jedi Ceret to the planet in the hopes that they could trace the shipment of Vratixia renanicus back to its origin. After landing, a mysterious Rodian caught Ceret's attention and drew them deeper into the crop fields, after which they were attacked by a Drengir vine and abducted into its underground lair. When Master Sskeer attempted to find the missing Jedi, he only discovered Ceret's lightsaber lying alone on the ground.[3]

After arriving on the planet alongside Marshal Kriss, Master Sskeer and a wounded but strangely plagued Jedi Terec, Jedi Keeve Trennis found Ceret in the Drengir's lair after searching through a sinkhole with the stray Bartol. Ceret was incapacitated and strung up by thick vines, stretching into their ears, nose and mouth. After Trennis freed Ceret, they warned her of the Drengir that lay in the caves. The Drengir took control of Ceret's mind, subsequently causing their bond-twin Terec to become affected by the power of the Drengir. Ceret held back Bartol as the Drengir attempted to infest Trennis' mind, but she was saved by Marshal Kriss.

Avar compelled Ceret to release Bartol, also freeing the Jedi from the control of the Drengir. Though Ceret had been freed from the grasp of the Drengir, Sskeer arrived, fully possessed by the vinery of the plant monsters.[4]

Behind the scenes[]

Ceret first appeared along with Terec in The High Republic 2.[3] A post on the Star Wars Instagram for International Transgender Day of Visibility in 2021 expanded upon Ceret's in-universe pronouns to confirm that Ceret and Terec are both trans non-binary. The post included Javier Garrón's The High Republic 6 variant cover,[6] part of the line of Pride Month variant covers for Marvel comic books released in June 2021, which feature gay and transgender artists paired with LGBTQ+ characters.[7]



Explore all of Wookieepedia's images for this article subject.

Notes and references[]

  1. StarWars.com Jedi Master Sskeer Returns in Marvel's Star Wars: The High Republic #2 – Exclusive Preview on StarWars.com (backup link)
  2. The High Republic: The Rising Storm
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 The High Republic 2
  4. 4.0 4.1 The High Republic 3
  5. Ceret's third-person pronouns, first used in The High Republic 3, are they/them/their, which indicates that their gender is non-binary. This usage is separate from their personal pronouns "we" and "us" as part of a gestalt mind.
  6. InstagramIcon.png Star Wars on InstagramA post confirming Ceret's gender identity as non-binary. (March 31, 2021). "...exclusive cover highlighting Terec and Ceret, trans non-binary Jedi[…]" (backup link)
  7. StarWars.com Marvel Celebrates Sana Starros and More in Star Wars Pride Month with Comic Covers This June on StarWars.com (backup link)

External links[]