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"I do not recognize that ship. It seems that Baron Reya is courting a new client. And a significant one, by the looks of it. [...] Who is that?"
"I can tell you that, Baron Maccon. I'm surprised you don't recognize her."
Paw Maccon and Lor San Tekka spots the ship landing at Reya's palace[src]

A ship was owned by General Leia Organa, leader of the Resistance.

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"I hid a tracker in with the gowns. It sends a signal when it's in realspace—and I'm not getting a signal now. That means Terex is still in hyperspace, and the moment he jumps out, we'll know his location."
―Leia Organa[src]

The starship was commandeered by Terex

Leia Organa's starship featured a gold-colored hull[2] and bore resemblence to the Naboo Royal Starship, a chromium-plated modified J-type 327 Nubian starship.[4] The ship featured a sparsely decorated interior, including a spacious cargo hold and an airlock above the engines, which were located beneath the craft's main body.[1]

History[edit | edit source]

Organa's ship is escorted by TIE fighters in First Order Space

As part of the Resistance's efforts to retrieve Lor San Tekka from prison on Cato Neimoidia, Leia Organa and Suralinda Javos traveled on the ship to the palace of Baron Reya under the guise that Organa wanted to place gowns owned by her mother, Padmé Amidala, in the secure vaults of Reya's palace.[2] The ship was later stolen by First Order officer Terex with the rescued Tekka onboard.[3]

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

Leia Organa's ship first appeared in the 2017 comic issue Poe Dameron 21, written by Charles Soule with illustration by Angel Unzueta.[2]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

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