For other uses, see Gareth and Lorca.

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Gareth Lorca was a Human male Jedi[1] who was active during the reign of Darth Krayt's Galactic Empire between 130 ABY and 138 ABY.[2] Lorca had brown hair, brown eyes, and light skin. Additionally, he had a large scar that extended from his left jaw up across his face to his right temple. A smaller secondary scar was featured on his left eyebrow.[1]

Lorca was clothed in dark brown Jedi apparel that featured various straps along his shoulders and a spot on his belt in which to clip his lightsabers. He wore gloves on both hands and sported tall black boots that extended up toward his knees. On his face, Lorca wore a single cybernetic left eye covering and sported a single red dot on his forehead. Lorca dual-wielded two orange lightsabers.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

Gareth Lorca is a character created for Red Fly Studio's canceled video game Battle of the Sith Lords. He was planned to be one of several Jedi adversaries, including Bix Creo and Nexus Wan, whom Maul's descendant would have encountered throughout the game. Concept artist Thomas A. Szakolczay designed Lorca's appearance[1] at some point prior to the game's cancelation in 2011.[3]


Notes and references[]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Darth Maul – Star Wars Game Artworks Konzeptgrafik (German) (2014). gamefront.de. Gamefront. Archived from the original.
  2. Reiner, Andrew: Art From The Darth Maul Game You'll Never Get To Play (2014-04-09). Game Informer. Archived from the original on April 11, 2014.Battle of the Sith Lords would have taken place during the reign of Darth Krayt's Galactic Empire. Legacy (2006) 1 states that Krayt's Empire was founded in 130 ABY. The Empire was dissolved in 138 ABY, as depicted in Legacy—War 6. Therefore, Gareth Lorca must have been active between those two dates.
  3. Reiner, Andrew: The Story Of The Darth Maul Game That Never Came To Be (2014-05-07). Game Informer. Archived from the original on February 19, 2016. (Content now obsolete)

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