- "Melshi, Pao, Baze, Chirrut, you'll take the main squad. Move east and get wide of the ship. Find a position between here and the tower. Once you get to the best spot, light the place up. Make ten men feel like a hundred."
- ―Cassian Andor, prior to the Battle of Scarif
Ruescott Melshi was a human male sergeant in the Alliance to Restore the Republic Special Forces during the Galactic Civil War against the Galactic Empire. A close friend of Rebel Alliance Intelligence Service Captain Cassian Andor, Melshi was a veteran soldier and a respected commander, leading his troops by personal example. In 0 BBY, when the Alliance learned about the existence of the Empire's Death Star superweapon, Melshi led a rebel extraction team during the rescue of Jyn Erso—daughter of Galen Erso, the Death Star project's chief engineer—from a labor camp on the planet Wobani.
After Erso's liberation, the Alliance employed her to make contact with her father, discovering that he had deliberately left a crucial weakness in the Death Star's design as an act of sabotage. In an effort to retrieve the Death Star's schematics needed to pinpoint that weak spot, Melshi helped Andor assemble a ragtag group of volunteers dubbed "Rogue One." The squad then set off on a mission to the Imperial security complex on the planet Scarif, where the plans were being stored. During the subsequent battle on the planet, Melshi and the rest of Rogue One successfully obtained the Death Star plans, but they all gave their lives to ensure the mission's success.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Early Alliance service[edit | edit source]
- "Melshi. […] I served with him on Gaulus."
- ―Major Caluan Ematt, remembering his past service
Ruescott Melshi was a human male born at some point between 39 BBY and 30 BBY. Growing up in the galaxy ruled by the Galactic Empire, Melshi grew to detest the authoritarian government and readily joined the Alliance to Restore the Republic during the early Galactic Civil War, intent on fighting the Empire every step of the way. An experienced soldier and infiltrator, Melshi attained the rank of sergeant in the Pathfinders branch of the Rebel Alliance Special Forces. During his time with the rebels, Melshi became a good friend of Captain Cassian Andor, a member of Rebel Alliance Intelligence Service. As an infiltrator, Melshi served as a leader on a number of missions and often had to perform dirty work in the name of the Rebellion.
At one point, Melshi served together with Lieutenant Caluan Ematt on Gaulus. Sharing his expertise with other members of the Rebellion, Melshi also made additions to a rebel field manual, writing a section on various Imperial stormtrooper variants and describing the distinctive features of each of those branches. By 0 BBY, Melshi was a member of the Massassi Group, the largest rebel cell operating from the Great Temple on the fourth moon of the planet Yavin, where he answered to General Davits Draven. By that point, the sergeant was considered one of the Alliance's seasoned veterans.
Rescue of Jyn Erso[edit | edit source]
- "You want to get out of here?"
- ―Ruescott Melshi, to Jyn Erso
In 0 BBY, Andor received intelligence that the Empire was building a superweapon with enough firepower to destroy a planet. The Alliance, in an attempt to make contact with the weapon's leading engineer, Galen Erso, decided to locate his daughter, Jyn. The rebels uncovered recent arrest files on Erso indicating that she was being held inside Imperial Detention Center & Labor Camp LEG-817 on the planet Wobani under the alias "Liana Hallik." Having verified that information, General Draven approved the formation of Extraction Team Bravo, a rapid-response team of marines led by Melshi. The team included two other rebel troopers as well as K-2SO, a reprogrammed Imperial KX-series security droid, which was recommended to Melshi by Andor.
Following a rescue plan personally devised by Melshi, the extraction team used a U-wing starfighter designated Bravo One to reach Wobani, timing their arrival to coincide with the moment when Erso was being transported on a workers' convoy. Evading Imperial sensors, the team landed on the planet and proceeded undercover to a halfway point between the prison and the convoy's destination. With great risk to themselves, the team overtook and boarded one of the Empire's HCVw A9 turbo tanks that held the captive Erso. Melshi and his men took out two stormtrooper guards, after which the sergeant unlocked Erso's stuncuffs, informing her that she was being rescued. However, Erso believed that Melshi was a member of the Partisans group, sent by her former mentor Saw Gerrera with the mission to assassinate her. As such, when another prisoner asked Melshi to unbind him, Erso took advantage of the distraction, punching Melshi in the face and grabbed a nearby shovel. Erso knocked out Melshi and his companions with the shovel before rushing from the tank, only to be intercepted by K-2SO outside.
With Erso taken into custody, Melshi and the extraction team returned to Bravo One and left the planet. However, the team experienced a technical malfunction with the U-wing's navigation computer, rendering them unable to make the jump to hyperspace and forcing them to take refuge inside an asteroid field in the Wobani system. The situation necessitated K-2SO to call for assistance from the Alliance Fleet, which quickly responded by sending Red Flight, a group of four T-65B X-wing starfighters, to assist Melshi's team and provide escort until the rebel CR90 corvette Vigilant arrived to pick up the team. However, as soon as the Vigilant arrived in the system, an Imperial-class Star Destroyer emerged from hyperspace, destroying the corvette and catching Bravo One with a tractor beam. While Red Flight fought off the Star Destroyer's complement of TIE fighters, K-2SO was able to repair their craft's navigation computer. Red Flight then destroyed the Star Destroyer's targeting array, momentarily disabling the tractor beam and allowing Melshi's team to make the jump to hyperspace.
Breaking the rules[edit | edit source]
- "How did you find them?"
"It's been a busy day. I didn't need to see the whole briefing to know where it was going."
- ―Jyn Erso and Cassian Andor, discussing Ruescott Melshi and the other rebel soldiers volunteering to capture the Death Star plans
Safely arriving on Yavin 4, Melshi escorted Erso to a meeting with the Alliance High Command, keeping her in binders and warning her not to try to escape again. After delivering his captive, Melshi also made sure to inform Lieutenant Voren Na'al that despite her young age, Erso should not be taken lightly, telling the lieutenant about Erso's ability to overpower trained Alliance troopers during her escape attempt on Wobani. The Alliance recruited Erso on a mission to locate her father, a task that she completed.
Through Galen, Jyn learned that the Imperial superweapon project was named the "Death Star" and that her father had secretly sabotaged the project. Galen had placed a crucial weakness in the station's design that could be taken advantage of in order to destroy the superweapon. However, the only way the Alliance could identify that weak spot was by obtaining a copy of the Death Star's technical readouts, which were being kept inside a secure vault in the Imperial security complex on the planet Scarif. Jyn attempted to persuade the Alliance High Command to assemble a strike team to retrieve the plans, but the rebel leaders vetoed the mission.
However, before the official decision was even announced, Andor had started assembling a volunteer force to accompany Erso to Scarif. Melshi was against the Alliance High Command's decision to do nothing, so when he was approached by his friend and asked to form an infiltration team, he enthusiastically accepted the offer. Melshi hastily began assembling a team among the SpecForce commandos, making it clear that the mission was voluntary and those who joined were disobeying orders.
Melshi was grateful when more than a dozen commandos volunteered for the mission—including the Drabatan warrior Paodok'Draba'Takat and a higher-ranking officer, Lieutenant Taidu Sefla—as well as some non-SpecForce soldiers, such as Corporal Stordan Tonc. Melshi and his recruits joined a team consisting of Andor, Erso, K-2SO, defected Imperial pilot Bodhi Rook, and the Guardians of the Whills Chirrut Îmwe and Baze Malbus to form a squad of over two dozen men. After appropriating as much rebel equipment as it could, the team—taking on the callsign Rogue One—boarded a stolen Imperial cargo ship, SW-0608, and departed for Scarif.
Battle of Scarif[edit | edit source]
- "Melshi, talk to me."
"Ready. Ready. Standing by."
"Light it up."
- ―Cassian Andor and Ruescott Melshi on Scarif
An important Imperial location, Scarif was protected by a planetary shield, with the orbital Shield Gate space station providing the sole means of entry. Since Rogue One was in possession of the stolen shuttle's Imperial access codes, the rebel infiltrators were able to pass through the Shield Gate. As the shuttle approached landing pad nine of the Imperial security complex, Andor and Erso instructed the members of Rogue One in their plan. Melshi, Pao, Îmwe, and Malbus were to go with the main rebel team, which was supposed to provide a distraction and draw out as many Imperial forces from the complex as possible, allowing Andor, Erso, and K-2SO to sneak inside the data vault and steal the Death Star plans.
Due to his complete trust in Melshi's skills, and believing that the sergeant had mission-specific knowldedge crucial to the success of the mission, Andor assigned him as the overall commander of the rebel forces instead of the highest-ranking officer, Lieutenant Sefla. After the shuttle landed, an Imperial inspection team boarded it, but the rebels, hidden inside a cargo compartment, overpowered them. Andor and Erso disguised themselves with uniforms taken from the Imperials and left the ship. Leaving five men aboard the shuttle with Rook, Melshi took the rest of the rebel troops and sneaked away through the shuttle's bottom hatch, using cover provided by blasts of coolant that spewed from the shuttle's purge vents per standard Imperial landing procedures.
As instructed by Andor, Melshi led his troops into the jungles of Scarif eastward from the shuttle, until they reached a small hillock near some Imperial barracks. Distributing demolition charges among his team, Melshi had his troops set explosives on the various landing pads outside of the complex while Îmwe and Malbus dispatched any stormtroopers who posed a danger to the infiltrators. After planting the charges, the team reassembled at Melshi's position at the barracks, taking cover and preparing for an ambush of Imperial forces. When Andor, Erso, and K-2SO entered the Imperial complex, Melshi received contact from Andor, who gave him the go-ahead to detonate the explosives. Melshi triggered the bombs, and the explosions on multiple landing pads led the Empire to believe that it was being attacked by multiple groups of rebels at once; Rook added to the confusion with false reports of rebel activity via radio. Responding to the attacks, the Imperial garrison rushed from the barracks, right into the path of Rogue One's fire.
Due to the surprising nature of Melshi's attack, the battle at the barracks initially went in the rebels' favor. However, as Imperial reinforcements began to arrive in great numbers, Rogue One took heavy casualties. Melshi's troops attempted to hold their ground at the hillock, but the stormtroopers took a spearhead formation in an attempt to break their defense. In the heat of the battle, Melshi spotted a brief opportunity to break the Imperial formation. The sergeant ordered his forces into attack, and Rogue One destroyed a number of Imperials with a well-aimed shot from a missile launcher. However, Rogue One failed in its last-ditch attempt and had to retreat into the jungle, as the Empire threw all of its forces, including AT-ACT walkers and TIE strikers, at the rebels.
Last chance for victory[edit | edit source]
- "Melshi! Melshi, come in. Are you there? Bodhi sent a signal from here. He's patching us in. But you guys have to open up a line for the tower."
"How? Please advise."
"There's a master switch at the base of the comm tower."
"Master switch? Describe. What are we looking for?"
- ―Corporal Tonc contacts Ruescott Melshi with instructions from Bodhi Rook
Meanwhile, the Rebel Alliance fleet—having intercepted Imperial communications regarding rebel activity on the planet—arrived at Scarif to assist Rogue One. The Alliance was able to reinforce Melshi's squad on the surface with a number of U-wings carrying rebel troopers, while X-wings from Blue Squadron provided air support. The Empire quickly responded by closing the Shield Gate, effectively trapping the rebel forces on the surface and preventing them from contacting the rebel fleet. Melshi and a dozen survivors from the battle at the barracks emerged from the jungle onto the beach of Scarif, where they witnessed the arrival of rebel reinforcements, who successfully destroyed several AT-ACTs. In the midst of the continuing battle with Imperial forces, Melshi was contacted by Corporal Tonc—one of the troopers left behind at the shuttle with Rook—through the long-range communications booster that the sergeant carried.
Tonc and Rook informed Melshi that he needed to locate something called a "master switch" in order to link up the Imperial complex's massive Citadel Tower with Rook's shuttle. Doing so would allow Rook to contact the rebel fleet in space and instruct them to create an opening in the planetary shield, enabling Andor and Erso to transmit the Death Star plans to the rebel ships. Rook instructed Melshi that the master switch was located inside a bunker complex within the outer perimeter of the Citadel Tower. Following Rook's instructions, Melshi led the remainder of Rogue One—partially reinforced by arriving rebel troops—to the Citadel Tower. While the team was approaching the bunker complex, elite Imperial death troopers joined the fight, killing rebel soldiers one by one.
As he was trying to help a wounded rebel to safety, Melshi himself was hit by enemy blaster fire. Gravely injured, he was forced to take cover at the door of the bunker complex. The only ones who made it to the bunker alongside Melshi were Îmwe, Malbus, and Lieutenant Sefla. Melshi was contacted by Rook, who informed him that Andor and Erso had successfully retrieved the Death Star plans; now the rebels desperately needed to turn the master switch, which Melshi spotted located at a workstation ten meters away from the bunker, directly in the line of fire of the death troopers. Sefla attempted to make a run for it, but he was immediately gunned down by the enemy soldiers.
A few moments later, Melshi succumbed to his injury and died as well. However, Îmwe was able to activate the master switch, before he and Malbus also met their ends at the hands of the death troopers. With the link between the Citadel Tower and Rogue One's shuttle established, Rook successfully contacted the rebel fleet, telling them about his plan to transmit the Death Star plans before being killed. The Alliance Fleet successfully destroyed the Shield Gate, allowing Andor and Erso to beam the Death Star plans to the rebel ships. Meanwhile, the Death Star arrived in orbit and fired its superlaser, destroying the Imperial security complex and killing any remaining rebel forces still on the surface of the planet, including Andor and Erso.
Legacy[edit | edit source]
- "Melshi. Gone too soon, but it's good to see the old nek's name once more."
- ―Major Ematt, upon reading Melshi's article on stormtroopers
The Battle of Scarif was the first major victory for the Rebellion in the Galactic Civil War, and the successful extraction of the Death Star plans by Melshi's team allowed the Rebel Alliance to destroy the battle station shortly afterward during the Battle of Yavin. Lieutenant Ematt felt sorry for Melshi's passing, believing that the sergeant had met his end too early. Decades later, when Ematt—now a major in the Resistance against the First Order—obtained a copy of Melshi's article on stormtroopers, he fondly remembered the fallen sergeant. Ematt also considered using Melshi's successful extraction plan of Jyn Erso as a template for similar Resistance operations.
Personality and traits[edit | edit source]
- "Keep walking."
"You're still mad, aren't you?"
"Being hit with a shovel."
- ―Ruescott Melshi and Jyn Erso, after the extraction from Wobani
Standing at 1.83 meters Ruescott Melshi was a tall, light-skinned man with brown eyes, black hair—which he kept almost completely shaven—and a stubble of facial hair. Despising the Empire, Melshi joined the Rebel Alliance and eventually became an experienced SpecForce soldier and a veteran member of the Rebellion. In that capacity, Melshi came to perform some dirty work for the Alliance. Overall, the sergeant considered the Alliance Special Forces to be superior to its Imperial equivalent, and he believed that the SpecForce's successes would be a major contributing factor in defeating the Empire.
The sergeant led his soldiers by example and never asked his troops to do something he was unwilling to do himself in order to fulfill objectives that he considered achievable or at least worth risking everything for. When assembling his team to go Scarif, Melshi made sure to choose only volunteers, thoroughly explaining all dangers and repercussions of the upcoming mission. He cared for his fellow soldiers, trying to get a wounded rebel to safety on Scarif while being shot at by enemy troops. Due to his attitude, the troops under Melshi's command were ready to follow his orders unconditionally.
Melshi was close friends with Cassian Andor, readily accepting his request to accompany him to Scarif, unafraid of the consequences of disobeying direct orders of the Alliance command. Andor, in turn, placed his complete trust in Melshi, assigning him as the overall commander of the Rogue One team, even though he was not the highest-ranking officer present on the mission. Although Melshi himself was on Scarif in violation of the Alliance's command authority, the sergeant did not appreciate it when those under his command disobeyed his orders. When the Guardians of the Whills refused to take explosives and instead chose to pick off patrolling stormtroopers, Melshi was displeased with their disobedience but allowed them to proceed with their own plans.
After being hit with a shovel by Jyn Erso on Wobani, Melshi held a grudge against her. Recognizing her ability to disable trained Alliance soldiers, he kept her in binders all the way to Yavin 4. Upon arrival at the rebel base, he made sure to warn fellow rebels of the danger that she presented. He was acquainted with the Iakaru cover-fire specialist Bistan, finding him crazy but trusting in his ability to cover even the most dangerous of landings. While serving on Gaulus, Melshi also met Lieutenant Caluan Ematt, who fondly remembered the sergeant after his death, calling him an "old nek" and lamenting his passing.
Skills and abilities[edit | edit source]
- "Marines, pathfinders, urban guerrillas, techs, wilderness fighters, heavy weapons specialists, and infiltrators make up Special Forces. We infiltrate. We exfiltrate. We go in first and strike from cover. We do this better than the Empire, and that is how we'll win this war."
- ―Ruescott Melshi
Sergeant Melshi was a combative and practical commander who never shied away from improvisation when presented with a difficult mission. His talent for improvisation proved crucial for the success on Scarif, where Melshi had to quickly adapt to rapid changes in strategy. Melshi was adept at reconnaissance and displayed an affinity for combat tactics, personally crafting a successful strategy to liberate Jyn Erso on Wobani. Highly intelligent, Melshi also quickly realized that since the Empire heavily outnumbered the rebels on Scarif, their only choice was to attack in such a way as to appear more powerful than they were. During the battle at the barracks, Melshi was also able to see an opening for a counterattack and tried to exploit it to regain the advantage in the fight.
Seeing rebel forces arriving to assist Rogue One on Scarif, Melshi was grateful for the help, but he also predicted the immediate Imperial response, realizing that the Empire would close the planetary shield to cut off the rebels. As an infiltrator and a member of the Pathfinders, Melshi was an expert at wilderness fighting while camouflaged, which worked to his advantage in the jungles of Scarif. When Bodhi Rook tried to explain to Melshi the importance of the master switch, the latter was fairly confused with the terminology; a soldier first and foremost, Melshi had little knowledge of communications technology. In addition to his combat prowess and agility, Melshi also had some moderate skills in diplomacy. The sergeant was not Force-sensitive.
Equipment[edit | edit source]
- "One per pad. Pick your spot. We wanna draw them out. I'll call the timing. Go!"
- ―Ruescott Melshi, while distributing explosives among members of Rogue One
As a SpecForce soldier, Melshi carried a variety of specialized equipment while on duty. When the sergeant was performing the extraction of Jyn Erso on Wobani, he was almost completely covered in gear, leading Erso to mistake him for a ruthless assassin sent after her by Gerrera. During the Battle of Scarif, Melshi was armed with an A-300 blaster rifle with a collapsed barrel and no stock, a model which he favored for its compactness. He wore a standard outfit of SpecForce commandos, consisting of trousers, a jacket and a vest—all with multiple pockets—along with reinforced gloves and boots. He was content with wearing a quilted fabric cap instead of a metal helmet worn by some of the troops under his command. A headset comlink repeater and earpiece were attached to his headgear, allowing orders to be relayed to Melshi and to his soldiers, and enabling the sergeant to monitor his unit's responses.
Trained to operate in any kind of environment, Melshi was equipped with a pair of goggles meant to protect his eyes against shrapnel, dirt and intrusive atmosphere particles. He also carried a long-range communications booster, which allowed him to cut through Imperial jamming on Scarif and maintain communications with his squad. His other equipment included an additional comlink and a pair of quadnoculars. Melshi was responsible for handling the demolition work on Scarif, distributing the explosives and being the one to pull the trigger.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- "Will we see Melshi again?"
"It's not the question I have the answer to. Who knows? Who knows?"
- ―Duncan Pow, in an interview
Ruescott Melshi first appeared in the 2016 Star Wars Anthology film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, in which he was portrayed by actor Duncan Pow. Melshi was first revealed in the second trailer for the film on October 13, 2016. In the film, the character was addressed only by his last name; the first name "Ruescott" was established in the film's novelization, as well as the books Star Wars: Rogue One: Secret Mission and Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide, all released simultaneously with the film on December 16, 2016.
Duncan Pow joined the crew working on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story during the early stages of the film's production, initially as an assistant helping with actor auditions and screen tests. Eventually, he was himself cast as Melshi, an opportunity he was immensely grateful for. Pow described the experience of playing Sergeant Melshi and being a part of the Star Wars universe as a "dream come true," as Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back was the first ever film that he had seen at the cinema. He praised the overall filming experience as an amazing chance to live out his childhood dreams. With regard to the filming of the Scarif scenes—which were shot on the Maldives—Pow especially remembered the hot climate. His favorite scene to film was the action sequence in which Melshi got shot during the approach to the bunker. Pow has been following the portrayal of Melshi in other media adaptations of Rogue One, and he is aware of the first name of his character.
Inconsistencies[edit | edit source]
The adult and the junior novelizations of Rogue One give conflicting information with regard to the exact circumstances of Melshi's death. In the adult novel, Melshi succumbs to the blaster shot wound he received earlier and dies at the bunker doors. In the junior novel, more than four people reach the bunker doors. After Sefla unsuccessfully tries to reach the master switch, Melshi—seeing as there are no more volunteers to complete the mission—makes his own attempt to run for it rather than ordering one of his own men to do so. He makes it slightly farther than Sefla before he is gunned down by the enemy. Since his death in the film occurs off-screen, it is impossible to determine which variation of his death is canonical. This article currently follows the adult novel's depiction of events.
Another contradiction is presented in the book Star Wars: Rogue One: Ultimate Sticker Encyclopedia, which does not mention Melshi at any point. Instead, the book states that Lieutenant Sefla commanded the rebel troops on the ground during the Battle of Scarif. However, other sources, such as Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide, have established that Melshi was the commander of ground forces despite being outranked by Sefla.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Rebel Rising
- Rebel Rising audiobook
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (First appearance, simultaneous with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story audiobook, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization, Star Wars: Rogue One: A Junior Novel) (First identified as Melshi, simultaneous with Star Wars: Rogue One: A Junior Novel, Star Wars: Rogue One: Rebel Dossier)
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization (First identified as Ruescott, simultaneous with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story audiobook, Star Wars: Rogue One: Secret Mission, Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide)
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story audiobook
- Star Wars: Rogue One: A Junior Novel
- Star Wars: Rogue One: A Junior Novel audiobook
- Star Wars: Rogue One Graphic Novel Adaptation
- Rogue One Adaptation 1
- Star Wars Battlefront: Rogue One: X-wing VR Mission (Indirect mention only)
- Rogue One Adaptation 4
- Rogue One Adaptation 5
- Rogue One Adaptation 6
Sources[edit | edit source]
- (First pictured)
- Star Wars: Rogue One: Rebel Dossier
- Star Wars: Rogue One: Secret Mission
- Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - The Official Collector's Edition
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - The Official Mission Debrief
- Star Wars: On the Front Lines
- Star Wars: Geektionary: The Galaxy from A - Z
- Star Wars: The Rebel Files
- 2018 Star Wars: Galactic Files (Card: )
- Star Wars Helmet Collection 62 (Helmets: Scarif Rebel Trooper (Sergeant Melshi); Helmets: In Pictures; Highlights of the Saga: Leaving Wobani)
- Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition
- (Indirect mention only)
Notes and references[edit | edit source]
- Star Wars Helmet Collection 62 (Helmets: Scarif Rebel Trooper (Sergeant Melshi)) desribes Ruescott Melshi as being in his thirties during the events of the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the events of the film to 0 BBY, therefore Melshi's birth date can be narrowed down to the period of time between 39 BBY and 30 BBY.
- Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, in which Ruescott Melshi is killed on Scarif, to 0 BBY.
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- Star Wars Helmet Collection 62 (Helmets: Scarif Rebel Trooper (Sergeant Melshi))
- Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide
- Star Wars: Rogue One: Rebel Dossier
- Star Wars: Rogue One: Secret Mission
- Star Wars: The Rebel Files
- Star Wars Battlefront: Rogue One: X-wing VR Mission
- Star Wars Helmet Collection 62 (Highlights of the Saga: Leaving Wobani))
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization
- Star Wars Helmet Collection 62 (Weapons & Uniforms: SpecForce on Scarif)
- Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope
- Rebel Rising
- Star Wars: Rogue One: A Junior Novel
- 2018 Star Wars: Galactic Files (Card: )
- Star Wars: On the Front Lines
- Star Wars Helmet Collection 62 (Helmets: In Pictures)
- Star Wars: Rogue One: Ultimate Sticker Encyclopedia