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In [[1995]], the [[Star Wars Customizable Card Game|''Star Wars'' Customizable Card Game]]{{'s}} ''[[Premiere Limited]]'' base set was the first to identify the character as Praji,<ref name="CCG" /> and the [[2007]] article ''[[The Empire's Finest: Who's Who in the Imperial Military]]'', published in ''[[Star Wars Insider 96]]'', was the first to name him Nahdonnis.<ref name="finest" /> When the character of Tannon Praji was created in [[2005]], he was intended to be the uncle of Commander Praji.<ref name="blog">{{Blog|captainneeda|1|What's the Story: Tannon Praji|Apology accepted, Captain Needa|Zack Bossan}}</ref> However, this information was not published until [[2009]] in [[Nathan O'Keefe]]'s ''[[Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Praji]]'', which established Nahdonnis as the son of Tannon's brother Griff, as well as naming many other members of the Praji family.<ref name="tinker" />
 
In [[1995]], the [[Star Wars Customizable Card Game|''Star Wars'' Customizable Card Game]]{{'s}} ''[[Premiere Limited]]'' base set was the first to identify the character as Praji,<ref name="CCG" /> and the [[2007]] article ''[[The Empire's Finest: Who's Who in the Imperial Military]]'', published in ''[[Star Wars Insider 96]]'', was the first to name him Nahdonnis.<ref name="finest" /> When the character of Tannon Praji was created in [[2005]], he was intended to be the uncle of Commander Praji.<ref name="blog">{{Blog|captainneeda|1|What's the Story: Tannon Praji|Apology accepted, Captain Needa|Zack Bossan}}</ref> However, this information was not published until [[2009]] in [[Nathan O'Keefe]]'s ''[[Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Praji]]'', which established Nahdonnis as the son of Tannon's brother Griff, as well as naming many other members of the Praji family.<ref name="tinker" />
   
In May 2007, during [[Celebration IV]], Roubicek took part in a round-table discussion chaired by Scott Chernoff, in which he reminisced about his role as Praji. His fellow participants, all of whom portrayed Imperial characters, were actors [[Kenneth Colley]] ([[Admiral/Legends|Admiral]] [[Firmus Piett/Legends|Firmus Piett]]), [[David Prowse]] (Darth Vader), [[Barrie Holland]] ([[Lieutenant/Legends|Lieutenant]] [[Renz/Legends|Renz]]), [[Richard LeParmentier]] (Admiral [[Conan Antonio Motti/Legends|Conan Antonio Motti]]), and [[Julian Glover]] (General Maximilian Veers). The conversation was later published in ''[[Star Wars Insider 96]]''.<ref name="built" />
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In May 2007, during [[Celebration IV]], Roubicek took part in a round-table discussion chaired by Scott Chernoff, in which he reminisced about his role as Praji. His fellow participants, all of whom portrayed Imperial characters, were actors [[Kenneth Colley]] ([[Admiral/Legends|Admiral]] [[Firmus Piett/Legends|Firmus Piett]]), [[David Prowse]] (Darth Vader), [[Barrie Holland]] ([[Lieutenant/Legends|Lieutenant]] [[Renz]]), [[Richard LeParmentier]] (Admiral [[Conan Antonio Motti/Legends|Conan Antonio Motti]]), and [[Julian Glover]] (General Maximilian Veers). The conversation was later published in ''[[Star Wars Insider 96]]''.<ref name="built" />
   
 
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