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For other uses, see Nix (disambiguation).
"I don't take orders from you, only Count Dooku."
General Grievous, to Nix Card[src]

Nix Card was a male Muun executive and senator of the InterGalactic Banking Clan,[2] replacing Rush Clovis, who had filled the position earlier in the war.[4]


In 21 BBY[5] during the Clone Wars, Card was Senator for the InterGalactic Banking Clan in the Galactic Republic's Senate. Card then spoke with Senators Lott Dod and Gume Saam about a bill that would have deregulated the banks. Despite Saam's idea of assassinating Senator Padmé Amidala, Card knew that the Senate would not deregulate the banks. Thus, Card said they would have to bring the war to Coruscant in order to force the senate to deregulate the banks. He and Dodd agreed to contact their friends on the side of the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[2]

Card spoke with Count Dooku and General Grievous and urged them to launch their attack on Coruscant. After the Separatist Senate voted to open peace talks with the Republic, Card, Dodd, and Saam spoke with Dooku. They were displeased that Dooku's senate had voted to open negotiations, but Dooku assured them that chances of peace would disappear after their attack. Dooku and Grievous were able to carry out the attack, and the banks were deregulated.[2]

Card attended a slave auction on Zygerria[6] in 20 BBY. In 19 BBY[5] Card arrested Senator Amidala for espionage.[7] After Amidala's escape, the Core Five blamed Card for this failure. Card then contacted Darth Sidious and informed him that their plan was ready. Sidious assured him that he would be protected.[8]

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Behind the scenesEdit

Card was voiced by Corey Burton, who also voices Separatist leader Count Dooku and Hutt crime lord Ziro Desilijic Tiure.[9]


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