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"You stand in the court of Nem'ro. All you see in Jiguuna is under my authority. Welcome."
―Suudaa Nem'ro[src]

Suudaa Nem'ro was a Hutt crime lord who lived during the Great Galactic War and the subsequent Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the reconstituted Sith Empire. He was most often known simply by his cuirvas, Nem'ro. Secretly, Nem'ro was also a member of the Star Cabal, an intergalactic secret society dedicated to destroying both galactic powers.


Life on Nal Hutta[]

"The upstart Fa'athra lays claim to things that are mine. He moves against my factories, sends his scum to make trouble in Jiguuna."
―Nem'ro explains his rivalry with Fa'athra[src]

In the decades leading up to his success, Nem'ro was a cunning leader in the gangs of Jiguuna, an industrial town on the Hutts' adopted homeworld of Hutta. He was an ambitious Hutt, using blackmail and savage cunning to systematically muscle his way into complete control over the town. His businesses included shvash gas mining, dealing spice, and trafficking weapons. His path to success earned him enemies along the way including fellow Hutt Voontara Fa'athra, "Huttsbane," and even Black Sun.[6]

During the Cold War, his rivalry with Fa'athra became so intense that Fa'athra sent forces into Jiguuna to attack Nem'ro's interests.

Allying with the Sith Empire[]

Like most Hutts who reach the peak of their career, Nem'ro left the day-to-day operation of his enterprises to underlings while he concentrated on food and revelry in his palace on Nal Hutta.[6] His closest associates, for a time, included the lieutenants Karrels Javis and Toth'lazhen, as well as the enforcer Kaliyo Djannis, and his street gang leader, Rex Geer.

His operations did not go unacknowledged for long during the Cold War, as the Sith Empire took a keen interest in the Hutt and his control over the gas industry. The Imperial Intelligence spymaster known as "Keeper" sent an operative to infiltrate Nem'ro's court and gain his allegiance. Assuming the identity of the space pirate known as the "Red Blade," the agent gained the trust of Nem'ro and his closest men, carrying out several tasks on their behalf.

In the end, after framing the Galactic Republic for having aided Fa'athra in assassinating Karrels Javis and his bodyguards inside Nem'ro's palace itself, and gaining holodisc evidence of this, the agent succeeded in driving Nem'ro to the Imperials. The Hutt soon contacted nearby Sith embassies, and Keeper expected to have him on the Empire's side within the month.

Great Hunt[]

"Be polite, Carnus. This bounty hunter has been sweeping the filth from my town's lovely streets."
―Suudaa Nem'ro to Carnus[src]

Nem'ro also eventually sponsored the protégé of the late bounty hunter Braden after the protégé assisted the Hutt with his business, killing several targets, and finally killing the Trandoshan hunter Rarsk in Fa'athra's Palace, acquiring the sponsorship token Nem'ro had given him. Nem'ro's sponsored hunter would go on to win the competition.


"The average Hutt lifespan is a thousand years. Nem'ro was only six hundred. Stupid bounty hunter!"
Archiban Kimble, after hearing that his cure wouldn't make the Journal of Xenomedicine[src]

It was later revealed that Nem'ro was infected with a seemingly incurable disease, which was eventually cured by Doctor Archiban Kimble. Despite the doctor's hard work, Nem'ro was then killed by Skadge, the Houk having escaped Belsavis and eventually tracking him down, ending the Hutt's life.

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Behind the scenes[]

Nem'ro the Hutt was first mentioned in a development diary for the video game Star Wars: The Old Republic released by BioWare,[7] and later appeared in the opening storylines for both the Bounty Hunter and Imperial Agent classes on Nal Hutta.

Nem'ro's biography page on the official website contained several phrases in Aurebesh. When transliterated, they read "Supports Hutt Cartel Neutrality," "Houk and Rattataki Bodyguards," and "Betrayed Skadge."[6]

While not explicitly identified as Nem'ro, the [hutt_conspirator] NPC that appears in the cutscenes on the Star Chamber during the Imperial Agent's class story finale is identical to Nem'ro; analysis of the character model shows that it uses the [npp.creature.hutt.nemro_a01] blueprint, which features different colored eyes and is used only by the various Nem'ro NPCs throughout the game. Thus, as several other members of the Star Cabal are characters who appear in the other classes' storylines, such as Kolovish and Nok Drayen, it can be concluded that Nem'ro was a member of the Star Cabal.



Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 SWTOR mini.png Star Wars: The Old Republic—Conversation with Archiban Kimble: "So Near, Yet So Far"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Examining the character models for the Star Cabal conspirators in the Imperial Agent storyline, it can be seen that the model for the Hutt conspirator uses Nem'ro's unique character textures, and is identical to all other versions of Nem'ro in the game, and only those NPCs. As a result, it can be assumed that Nem'ro was the conspirator.
  3. SWTOR mini.png Forums: Dear Story Team, What Year Are We Currently In? on The Old Republic's official website (backup link) and Star Wars: The Old Republic Encyclopedia date the finales of Star Wars: The Old Republic's class storylines in 3640 BBY, and place the subsequent Battle of Ilum at the end of that same year. As Nem'ro is a member of the Star Cabal and was present at the Star Chamber during the Imperial Agent finale, he must have died sometime after that event, which can be placed in 3640 BBY.
  4. SWTOR mini.png Star Wars: The Old Republic—Conversation with Doc: "Looking for a Cure"
  5. SWTOR mini.png Star Wars: The Old Republic—Mission: "Gang Warfare" on Hutta
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Holonet icon allegiances.png Nem'ro the Hutt on The Old Republic Holonet (content now obsolete; backup link)
  7. SWTOR mini.png The Voice of the Old Republic on The Old Republic's official website (backup link)

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