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R2-A6 was an R2 series astromech droid[1] of the R-series[2] produced by Industrial Automaton.[1]


R2-A6 at work making repairs.

During the invasion of the planet Naboo by the Trade Federation, it served as the personal astromech unit of Ric Olié, who considered his astromech a good luck charm.[5] Olié was a pilot who served in the Bravo Flight group of the Naboo Royal Space Fighter Corps, a wing of the Royal Naboo Security Forces whose job it was to protect the Monarch of Naboo. While he left Naboo to accompany Queen Padmé Amidala to the galactic capital Coruscant, R2-A6 remained behind in the Theed Royal Palace's hangar docked into an N-1 starfighter. When Olié returned as part of an effort to liberate Naboo, he boarded the starfighter carrying R2-A6 and launched out of the palace, joining his squadmates in attacking the Lucrehulk-class Battleship Vuutun Palaa. The battleship was eventually destroyed by the young pilot Anakin Skywalker, and the Trade Federation were successfully driven off Naboo.[3]

R2-A6 was still active following the Battle of Endor and joined the crew of a young smuggler within the Anoat sector following the blockading of the sector by the Galactic Empire.

R2-A6 was a fearless and bold droid, and was capable of operating many systems including defense grids, starship systems or communication systems.[6] It had green and white paneling.[3]

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Behind the scenes[]

R2-A6 first appeared in the film Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, which was released in 1999 and did not name the droid.[3] It was first identified in Star Wars canon on the Star Wars: Card Trader card Ric Olié - Naboo Pilot, released in 2015.[5] The name originated in the Star Wars Legends in 1999 with the character's action figure in the Hasbro Inc. Star Wars: Episode I toy line.[7]


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