Felloux was a poet who composed a poem on the Sith victory at the Battle of Mizra, a battle which took place in 1466 BBY as part of the New Sith Wars. This piece detailed the vast number of Sith Lords plummeting to the surface from a sky thick with ash. Felloux wrote that each rode a speeder named for a predatory animal that represented their individual personalities, and that the noise produced by the sheer number of repulsorlift vehicles drowned out the screams of those dying in the conflict. As of 36 ABY, the poem and Felloux had remained famous throughout the galaxy.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Felloux was an original character mentioned in The New Essential Chronology, which was written by Daniel Wallace in 2005.[1] Fellous was mentioned in the article Supernatural Encounters: The Trial and Transformation of Arhul Hextrophon, however the article was never officially published. The related information that was to be published in the article is outlined below.

Felloux was at one time purported to be the creator of the famed holoshort, The Fourth Precept. Varying reports attributed the popular film to other artists such as Omar Berenko and Asenec, though it was ultimately recognized as a work produced by Soshu Londahl by the Historical Council in the wake of the Second Galactic Civil War.[2]


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