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"First Order went after us—leaders from the old wars. They took our kids. My girl wasn't even old enough to walk. Far as I know, she's a stormtrooper now."
―Landonis Balthazar Calrissian[src]

The daughter of Landonis Balthazar Calrissian was a female individual. In the years of peace after the Galactic Civil War, Calrissian attempted to start a family, and his daughter was born[2] in 13 ABY.[1] In the time they were together, he was a loving father,[3] however in 15 ABY,[4] when she was two years old, she vanished,[2] kidnapped by the First Order, along with other children of former Rebel leaders.[5]

After the tragedy of losing his daughter and his failure in a quest with Luke Skywalker to find answers about the growing darkness in the Force, Calrissian settled on the desert planet of Pasaana to lead the life of a "hermit." At first exiling himself and hoping to bury his painful memories, he found comfort from the modest and friendly native Aki-Aki communities and the simplified life centered him.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

Landonis Balthazar Calrissian's daughter was first mentioned in the 2019 reference books Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary by Pablo Hidalgo[2] and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Galactic Guide by Matt Jones.[3] Although his daughter was not mentioned in the film itself,[6] Calrissian referenced the kidnappings of former Rebel leaders' children by the First Order that she was a victim of in lines from a deleted scene published in The Visual Dictionary.[2] According to co-writer Chris Terrio, Lando's revelation about his daughter being kidnapped was meant to give greater context to the targeting of Ben Solo.[7]



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