"What kind of name is Glomkettle, anyway?"
Zayne Carrick[src]

Glomkettle Hierogryph was a female Snivvian native of the planet Cadomai Prime and the mother of famed con artist Marn Hierogryph[1] and another son who went on to become an actor.[3] Married to Garl Hierogryph,[4] Glomkettle often had trouble telling her two sons apart.[5] After Marn was involved in a number of incidents in his youth—the last straw being the racketeering conviction of his tutor on evidence planted by Marn—Glomkettle and Garl Hierogryph sent their son away from Cadomai.[4] In 3964 BBY, when Marn was involved in simulating a fake Republic attack on the Mandalorian-held Flashpoint Stellar Research Station, the con artist called his imagined capital ship the Glomkettle.[2]

Later, Zayne Carrick used "Glomkettle" as an alias when he impersonated a Mandalorian commander on Dantooine to rescue a group of Jedi younglings from the leader of the Mandalorian Knights, Dorjander Kace.[6]

Behind the scenesEdit

Glomkettle Hierogryph was first mentioned in Knights of the Old Republic 10: Flashpoint, Part 3, a comic written by John Jackson Miller and released in 2006.[2] More information on Hierogryph was given in Miller's short story Labor Pains,[5] as well as the reference books Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Handbook and Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide.[1]



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