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{{Quote|Do not attempt escape. Mutineers and evaders will be considered in violation of the capital powers act.|Preprogrammed message in the DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid|The Essential Guide to Droids}}
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The '''DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid''' was a [[Droid/Legends|droid]] used to track criminals and escaped prisoners during the rule of the [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Galactic Empire]].
   
{{Quote|Do not attempt escape. Mutineers and evaders will be considered in violation of the capital powers act.|Preprogrammed message in the DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid|Vader's Quest}}
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==Characteristics==
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They were spherical in shape with several large photoreceptors and multiple arms. They were designed for one thing-tracking and capturing fugitives. They had a powerful [[Repulsorlift/Legends|repulsorlift]] and were capable of hauling unconscious beings several kilometers. They contained [[Blaster/Legends|blasters]] concealed in their bodies.
   
The '''DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid''' was a [[droid]] used to track criminals and escaped prisoners during the rule of the [[Galactic Empire]]. They were spherical in shape with several large photoreceptors and multiple arms. They had a powerful repulsorlift and were capable of hauling unconscious beings several kilometers. They contained blasters concealed in their bodies. They were illegal for citizens to own, although this was widely ignored in the [[Outer Rim Territories]].
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DZ tracker droids weren't considered particularly bright, and worked best when used in controlled settings like prisons or transport ships. Outside of those settings, they tended to become confused and frequently grabbed the wrong suspect.
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DZ droids were persistent and would take any action needed to bring in their target. This included lethal force and therefore they were illegal for citizens to own, although this was widely ignored in the [[Outer Rim Territories/Legends|Outer Rim Territories]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*''[[Vader's Quest]]''
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*[[Darth Maul (2000) 1|''Darth Maul 1'']]
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*[[Heart of Fire (comic)|''Heart of Fire'']] {{Flash}}
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*''[[Star Wars 44: Rite of Passage, Part 3]]''
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*''[[Star Wars 45: Rite of Passage, Part 4]]''
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*''[[Jedi: Mace Windu]]''
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*{{SWG|An Empire Divided}}
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*[[Children of the Jedi (novel)|''Children of the Jedi'']] {{1st}}
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*''[[The Essential Guide to Droids]]'' {{1st}}
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*''[[The Essential Guide to Droids]]''
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*''[[Arms & Equipment Guide]]''
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*''[[Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided Quick Reference Guide]]''
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*{{FFCite|128|''DZ-70 Fugitive Tracker''}}
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*{{WizardsCite|url=default.asp?x=starwars/article/sw20030522kitonak|text=The Kitonak Connection|int=The Kitonak Connection|archivedate=20091227184049}}
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*''[[Star Wars Galaxies: The Total Experience: Prima Official Game Guide]]''
   
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[[Category:Arakyd Industries products]]
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[[Category:Fourth-degree probe droid models]]

Latest revision as of 19:12, November 6, 2019

"Do not attempt escape. Mutineers and evaders will be considered in violation of the capital powers act."
―Preprogrammed message in the DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid[src]

The DZ-70 fugitive tracker droid was a droid used to track criminals and escaped prisoners during the rule of the Galactic Empire.

CharacteristicsEdit

They were spherical in shape with several large photoreceptors and multiple arms. They were designed for one thing-tracking and capturing fugitives. They had a powerful repulsorlift and were capable of hauling unconscious beings several kilometers. They contained blasters concealed in their bodies.

DZ tracker droids weren't considered particularly bright, and worked best when used in controlled settings like prisons or transport ships. Outside of those settings, they tended to become confused and frequently grabbed the wrong suspect.

DZ droids were persistent and would take any action needed to bring in their target. This included lethal force and therefore they were illegal for citizens to own, although this was widely ignored in the Outer Rim Territories.

AppearancesEdit

SourcesEdit

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