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{{Quote|You can't just pull them off their branches, not without killing them. An ysalamir in this stage is sessile&mdash;its claws have elongated to the point where they've essentially grown directly into the core of the branch it inhabits.''"<br />"''And you, I suppose, know the proper way to do it?''"<br />"''Some of my people do, yes. If you'd like, I could send one of them to rendezvous with your shuttles. The technique involved isn't especially difficult, but it really does have to be demonstrated.|Talon Karrde and Gilad Pellaeon discuss the proper removal of ysalamiri from their natural habitat, with Karrde offering Chin's services|Heir to the Empire}}
 
{{Quote|You can't just pull them off their branches, not without killing them. An ysalamir in this stage is sessile&mdash;its claws have elongated to the point where they've essentially grown directly into the core of the branch it inhabits.''"<br />"''And you, I suppose, know the proper way to do it?''"<br />"''Some of my people do, yes. If you'd like, I could send one of them to rendezvous with your shuttles. The technique involved isn't especially difficult, but it really does have to be demonstrated.|Talon Karrde and Gilad Pellaeon discuss the proper removal of ysalamiri from their natural habitat, with Karrde offering Chin's services|Heir to the Empire}}
 
[[File:Chin walkies.jpg|thumb|right|Chin takes Sturm and Drang for a walk.]]
 
[[File:Chin walkies.jpg|thumb|right|Chin takes Sturm and Drang for a walk.]]
Five and a half [[Standard month/Legends|months]] later, Chin was serving as Karrde's chief of operations at Myrkr Base when the planet was visited by the [[Imperial II-class Star Destroyer/Legends|''Imperial II''-class Star Destroyer]] [[Chimaera/Legends|''Chimaera'']], the [[Flagship/Legends|flagship]] of [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] [[Grand Admiral/Legends|Grand Admiral]] [[Mitth'raw'nuruodo/Legends|Thrawn]]. The Imperial [[Thrawn's fleet|forces]] under Thrawn's leadership were interested in procuring ysalamiri from Myrkr's jungles. Karrde, in an effort to learn more about Thrawn's plans, offered the [[Captain/Legends|captain]] of the ''Chimaera'', [[Gilad Pellaeon/Legends|Gilad Pellaeon]], Chin's assistance in teaching the Imperial personnel how to safely remove the ysalamir from their branches. The Captain thanked Karrde for his generosity, and Chin, along with [[Dankin]], took a [[GAT-12 Skipray Blastboat|Skipray Blastboat]] out to meet with the Imperial force. Karrde knew that he could trust Chin and Dankin to subtly acquire information from the Imperial [[Shuttle/Legends|shuttle]] crews, and was content to have some of his personnel watching the Imperials for the duration of their visit. Once the Imperials left the planet, Chin and Dankin reported their findings to Karrde.<ref name="HE">''[[Heir to the Empire]]''</ref>
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Five and a half [[Standard month/Legends|months]] later, Chin was serving as Karrde's chief of operations at Myrkr Base when the planet was visited by the [[Imperial II-class Star Destroyer/Legends|''Imperial II''-class Star Destroyer]] [[Chimaera/Legends|''Chimaera'']], the [[Flagship/Legends|flagship]] of [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] [[Grand Admiral/Legends|Grand Admiral]] [[Mitth'raw'nuruodo/Legends|Thrawn]]. The Imperial [[Thrawn's fleet|forces]] under Thrawn's leadership were interested in procuring ysalamiri from Myrkr's jungles. Karrde, in an effort to learn more about Thrawn's plans, offered the [[Captain/Legends|captain]] of the ''Chimaera'', [[Gilad Pellaeon]], Chin's assistance in teaching the Imperial personnel how to safely remove the ysalamir from their branches. The Captain thanked Karrde for his generosity, and Chin, along with [[Dankin]], took a [[GAT-12 Skipray Blastboat|Skipray Blastboat]] out to meet with the Imperial force. Karrde knew that he could trust Chin and Dankin to subtly acquire information from the Imperial [[Shuttle/Legends|shuttle]] crews, and was content to have some of his personnel watching the Imperials for the duration of their visit. Once the Imperials left the planet, Chin and Dankin reported their findings to Karrde.<ref name="HE">''[[Heir to the Empire]]''</ref>
   
 
Shortly after the Imperial visit, the ''[[Wild Karrde]]'' rescued [[Jedi Knight/Legends|Jedi Knight]] [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]] from deep [[Realspace/Legends|space]] after the latter had been [[Imperial ambush of Luke Skywalker|ambushed]] by the ''Chimaera'', damaging his [[T-65 X-wing starfighter/Legends|T-65 X-wing starfighter's]] hyperdrive in the process. The Empire was actively searching for Skywalker, and had posted a 30,000 [[Galactic Credit Standard|credit]] [[Bounty/Legends|bounty]] on his capture. Karrde had declined from participating in the search, wishing to remain neutral in the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|ongoing conflict]] between the Empire and the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]], but finding Skywalker by chance threatened his stance. Chin was present with two other associates in the greatroom of Myrkr Base when Karrde met with Skywalker. As Skywalker approached Karrde, both of the smuggler's vornskrs&mdash;who used the Force to hunt prey&mdash;reacted to the [[Jedi/Legends|Jedi's]] presence and began to growl. Despite Karrde's admonishment, the two beasts refused to back down. Karrde called upon Chin to take the vornskrs away, and he took the two beasts for a walk. Unable to decide what to do with Skywalker, as most options would inevitably lead the Empire to believe that he had sided with the New Republic, Karrde was forced to keep Skywalker as a "guest" for the [[Time/Legends|time]] being.<ref name="HE" />
 
Shortly after the Imperial visit, the ''[[Wild Karrde]]'' rescued [[Jedi Knight/Legends|Jedi Knight]] [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]] from deep [[Realspace/Legends|space]] after the latter had been [[Imperial ambush of Luke Skywalker|ambushed]] by the ''Chimaera'', damaging his [[T-65 X-wing starfighter/Legends|T-65 X-wing starfighter's]] hyperdrive in the process. The Empire was actively searching for Skywalker, and had posted a 30,000 [[Galactic Credit Standard|credit]] [[Bounty/Legends|bounty]] on his capture. Karrde had declined from participating in the search, wishing to remain neutral in the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|ongoing conflict]] between the Empire and the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]], but finding Skywalker by chance threatened his stance. Chin was present with two other associates in the greatroom of Myrkr Base when Karrde met with Skywalker. As Skywalker approached Karrde, both of the smuggler's vornskrs&mdash;who used the Force to hunt prey&mdash;reacted to the [[Jedi/Legends|Jedi's]] presence and began to growl. Despite Karrde's admonishment, the two beasts refused to back down. Karrde called upon Chin to take the vornskrs away, and he took the two beasts for a walk. Unable to decide what to do with Skywalker, as most options would inevitably lead the Empire to believe that he had sided with the New Republic, Karrde was forced to keep Skywalker as a "guest" for the [[Time/Legends|time]] being.<ref name="HE" />
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