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"Commander Dameron! We've been robbed."
"Who's 'we'? The whole space station?"
"Yes. Someone came aboard and stole the head of Admiral Mathieson's protocol droid."
―A New Republic officer and Poe Dameron[src]

A protocol droid served Admiral Mathieson of the New Republic, recording every conversation the admiral had for five years. The protocol droid's head was stolen from the Brooksdion space station by a small team of Resistance operatives led by Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo. The New Republic's Rapier Squadron, led by Commander Poe Dameron, attempted to pursue the thieves, but the Resistance vessel managed to escape with the protocol droid's head.

Biography[]

"What was all this about? Why did you steal a droid's head?"
"There's been something growing out there. Something evil. And a Resistance is rising against it. It's had to. The New Republic command hasn't been acting. We were after further confirmation of this inaction."
―Poe Dameron and Amilyn Holdo[src]

The protocol droid served the New Republic's Admiral Mathieson during the government's reign.[1] By 31 ABY,[2] the droid had worked alongside Mathieson for five years, recording every conversation the admiral had. While Admiral Mathieson was stationed on the Brooksdion space station[1] between 30 ABY and 31 ABY,[2] Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo of the Resistance detached and stole the droid's head, believing that the droid held information of New Republic High Command's inaction against the growing threat[1] of the First Order.[3]

A Resistance team escaped the New Republic with the protocol droid's head.

Holdo and her team managed to escape the station in a passenger craft flown by pilot Nien Nunb, but were pursued by the New Republic's Rapier Squadron after Brooksdion's personnel were alerted to the theft. Commander Poe Dameron disabled the starship's hyperdrive, but the vessel activated its engines. Dameron, having been given orders from Mathieson to destroy the ship with the droid head aboard, pursued the Resistance craft into the Lost Souls asteroid field. After navigating the treacherous field, Holdo disabled Dameron's X-wing starfighter to prevent him from chasing further. The Resistance vessel, its hyperdrive repaired, escaped into hyperspace with the head of Mathieson's protocol droid.[1]

Characteristics[]

"That protocol droid has recorded every conversation the admiral has had for the last five years."
―A New Republic officer[src]

Admiral Mathieson's protocol droid possessed gold plating. The droid held five years' worth of recordings of Mathieson's conversations with other individuals.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

The protocol droid's head appeared in the comic Age of Resistance - Poe Dameron 1, written by Tom Taylor, illustrated by Ramon Rosanas, and published by Marvel Comics[1] on August 28, 2019.[4]

Appearances[]

Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Age of Resistance - Poe Dameron 1
  2. 2.0 2.1 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary establishes that Poe Dameron began flying with the New Republic and left to join the Resistance four and three years respectively before the Hosnian Cataclysm, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas places in 34 ABY. As such, Dameron must have become a New Republic pilot in 30 ABY and joined the Resistance in 31 ABY, and Age of Resistance - Poe Dameron 1, in which he serves the New Republic, must be set between those years.
  3. Before the Awakening
  4. MarvelLogo.svg Star Wars: Age Of Resistance - Poe Dameron (2019) #1 on Marvel Comics' official website (backup link)
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