"It's. Not. Fair."
―Maintenance Logs of Jan Stakross, talking of having to clean up the T-16 skyhopper[src]

Jan Stakross was a corporal who had to clean a T-16 skyhopper. Stakross warned a group of beings not to take the T-16 to Agarees Shipyard Township, a place that was infested with mynocks. One of the beings did so anyway, and Stakross had to clean the T-16. Stakross later requested that the beings stop taking the T-16 to the Shipyard.

Biography[edit | edit source]

"And guess who gets to clean it up? Old Jan, that's right."
―Maintenance Logs of Jan Stakross, speaking of the T-16 skyhopper[src]

Corporal Jan Stakross was a being who warned a group of individuals not to take a T-16 skyhopper down to a place called Agarees Shipyard Township, because the township was infested with mynocks. Stakross knew that, despite the warnings, one of the beings was taking the skyhopper down to the Shipyard docking bay for a joyride. The T-16 became infested with mynocks, and nearly every bit of cabling had bite marks on it from the creatures. Although Stakross did not like it, the Corporal was the one who had to clean up the skyhopper. After cleaning the T-16, Stakross asked the group of beings to stay away from the Shipyard, where the mynocks were.[1]

Personality and traits[edit | edit source]

"Please. Please steer clear of the shipyard."
―Maintenance Logs of Jan Stakross[src]

Although Jan Stakross was dedicated to cleaning the T-16 skyhopper, the Corporal did not like having to clean it up after the mynocks chewed on the cables. Stakross was polite with the other beings but was very adamant about telling them to stop taking the skyhopper to the Shipyard.[1]

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

Jan Stakross was first mentioned in the mynock databank entry of the LucasArts video game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, which was released on October 26, 2011.

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