"I'm with the Mand'alor on this. We lost nearly a million and a half people fighting the vongese. That might be small change for Coruscant, but it's a disaster for us. No more—not until we get Manda'yaim in order."
―Neth Bralor[src]

Neth Bralor was a Human male Mandalorian who lived during the time of the Second Galactic Civil War. In the year 40 ABY, Bralor attended a meeting of Mandalorian clan leaders on behalf of his clan at MandalMotors Hall in Keldabe, the capital city of the planet Mandalore. Along with several other chieftains, mercenaries, and heads of Mandalorian corporations, Bralor met with reigning Mand'alor Boba Fett to discuss the place of Mandalore and its people in the course of the galaxy's latest conflict between the Galactic Republic and the Corellian-led Confederation. Amidst the discussions, Bralor raised his hoarse voice in support of Fett's proposal of neutrality in favor of concentrating on rebuilding Mandalore's infrastructure in the wake of the devastation dealt to the Mandalorian homeworld by the Yuuzhan Vong during their invasion of the galaxy.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Neth Bralor first appeared in Star Wars canon in the fifth novel of the Legacy of the Force series, Sacrifice, written by author Karen Traviss and published May 29, 2007.


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