"Oh, hey Guavians. Small galaxy. How is everyone? Looking nice and red. Really red."
―Marcus Speedstar[3]

Guavian Death Gang security soldier armor,[4] also known as cybernetic armor,[5] was high-impact cybernetic armor used by Guavian security soldiers[1] that incorporated segmented gauntlets,[6] flexible armor shin guards,[1] ablative[6] gorget armor, an ammunition pouch,[1] and a utility belt[6] over a red and black jumpsuit.[2] Designed to be worn by cybernetically-enhanced humans, they communicated[1] via high-frequency data streams[6] transmitted from the central sensor and broadcasting dish in their faceplates.[1] An arterial chemical shunt[6] worn on the leg acted as a second heart, injecting a secret mixture of chemicals that boost a Guavian's speed and aggressiveness.[1] Cybernetic armor made its user immune to a blaster's stun setting and allowed them to survive in a vacuum and underwater for up to ten minutes. Guavian security soldiers equipped with micro-grenade launchers wore a heavy variant of the armor that offered more protection.[5]

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Behind the scenes[]

Guavian Death Gang security soldier armor first appeared in the 2015 film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens.[2] The design of the armor was based on concept art originally created for the "Jedi Killer," the character who eventually became Kylo Ren.[7]


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