- "I pray to Kad Ha'rangir this pointless war will end soon."
- ―Ralia Lok
Ralia Lok was a female Mandalorian of Clan Lok who fought against the Eternal Empire when they invaded the galaxy and witnessed the death of her leader Mandalore the Vindicated at the hands of enemy Skytroopers.
Ralia Lok was a female Mandalorian of Clan Lok who lived during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the reconstituted Sith Empire. The Eternal Empire invaded the galaxy in 3636 BBY, and at some point in the next five years, Ralia was fighting alongside her clan against the Eternal Empire's robotic Skytroopers when they found themselves overwhelmed and cornered by two dozen Skytroopers.
The Mandalorians were saved by the arrival of Mandalore the Vindicated, who tore through the Skytrooper lines and ordered the surviving warriors to regroup with the rest of Clan Lok; however, he was overwhelmed by Skytrooper reinforcements and sacrificed his life to ensure the safety of Ralia and the others. Ralia attempted to rush to his aid but was stopped by her clan brother Droga, who pointed out that the Mandalore was already gone. In her recording of the battle, she cursed the fact that her leader had been killed dishonorably by machines instead of other warriors and prayed to the god Kad Ha'rangir for the war's end.
Behind the scenes
Ralia Lok was mentioned in the Codex entry "The Fall of Mandalore the Vindicated" in Chapter XIV of Knights of the Fallen Empire, a 2015 Digital Expansion to the 2011 BioWare video game Star Wars: The Old Republic.
- Star Wars: The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire (First mentioned) (Codex entry)
Notes and references
- Star Wars: The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire—Codex: "The Fall of Mandalore the Vindicated"
- According to Star Wars: The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire takes place in 3636 BBY and the ninth chapter in 3630 BBY. The expansion states that the Outlander woke up five years after the events of the first chapter, placing Chapters II through VIII in 3631 BBY. , the first chapter of