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Tholme, a [[Human/Legends|Human]] [[Sexes/Legends|male]], was a [[Force-sensitive/Legends|Force-sensitive]] and a member of the [[Jedi Order/Legends|Jedi Order]], where he found recognition as a [[Jedi healer|healer]].<ref name="cswe">''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''</ref> He was able to complete his [[Jedi training/Legends|Jedi training]], but instead of immediately pursuing standard [[Jedi/Legends|Jedi]] activities, Tholme decided to initially follow an alternate path. On [[Anzat/Legends|Anzat]], he sought out the highly acclaimed [[Anzat (species)|Anzati]] master [[Akku Seii]], who proceeded to teach him the art of the Anzati [[Assassin/Legends|assassins]]. Tholme excelled in his training, picking up the skill to mask his presence entirely in [[The Force/Legends|the Force]], which allowed him to feign [[Death/Legends|death]]. In addition to those talents, he became proficient at [[Spy/Legends|espionage]] and stealth, traits that would be put to use many a [[Time/Legends|time]] during his Jedi career. At some point after his Anzati training was complete, Tholme enlisted Seii again, this time in his hunt for the Anzati assassin [[Katichak]]. He was eventually able to hunt down Katichak and successfully complete his mission.<ref name="reptrack1">''[[Republic 72: Trackdown, Part 1]]''</ref>
 
Tholme, a [[Human/Legends|Human]] [[Sexes/Legends|male]], was a [[Force-sensitive/Legends|Force-sensitive]] and a member of the [[Jedi Order/Legends|Jedi Order]], where he found recognition as a [[Jedi healer|healer]].<ref name="cswe">''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''</ref> He was able to complete his [[Jedi training/Legends|Jedi training]], but instead of immediately pursuing standard [[Jedi/Legends|Jedi]] activities, Tholme decided to initially follow an alternate path. On [[Anzat/Legends|Anzat]], he sought out the highly acclaimed [[Anzat (species)|Anzati]] master [[Akku Seii]], who proceeded to teach him the art of the Anzati [[Assassin/Legends|assassins]]. Tholme excelled in his training, picking up the skill to mask his presence entirely in [[The Force/Legends|the Force]], which allowed him to feign [[Death/Legends|death]]. In addition to those talents, he became proficient at [[Spy/Legends|espionage]] and stealth, traits that would be put to use many a [[Time/Legends|time]] during his Jedi career. At some point after his Anzati training was complete, Tholme enlisted Seii again, this time in his hunt for the Anzati assassin [[Katichak]]. He was eventually able to hunt down Katichak and successfully complete his mission.<ref name="reptrack1">''[[Republic 72: Trackdown, Part 1]]''</ref>
   
[[File:TholmeKiffu.JPG|thumb|left|180px|Tholme debates Quinlan Vos's fate with his family.]]
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[[File:TholmeKiffu.JPG|thumb|180px|left|Tholme debates Quinlan Vos's fate with his family.]]
 
Tholme was appointed by the [[Jedi High Council/Legends|Jedi High Council]] to serve as [[Jedi Watchman]] of the [[Kiffu sector]],<ref name="The Comics Companion">''[[Star Wars: The Comics Companion]]''</ref> where he would oversee the goings on of the populace, and be on the lookout for potential Jedi. During his time there, he became good friends with the [[Kiffar/Legends|Kiffar]] [[Sheyf]] [[Kurlin Vos]], and maintained a cordial relationship with the [[Kiffu Guardians|Guardians]] of the [[Sector/Legends|sector]].<ref name="repdark2">''[[Star Wars 33: Darkness, Part 2]]''</ref> Kurlin's distant cousins, [[Pethros Vos|Pethros]] and [[Quian Vos]], had a Force-sensitive son, [[Quinlan Vos/Legends|Quinlan]]. Knowledge of Vos's high [[Midi-chlorian/Legends|midi-chlorian]] count had evaded Tholme, and by the time he had deemed Vos suitable for Jedi training, he was older than the [[Jedi Initiate|average candidate]]. To complicate matters further, [[Tinté Vos|Tinté]], Kurlin's sister, demanded Vos to stay on [[Kiffu/Legends|Kiffu]] and be trained as a Guardian. As a compromise, Kurlin requested that Quinlan stay on Kiffu, but be trained by Tholme. Tholme allowed this, and began training the boy in the basic Jedi arts,<ref name="repdark2" /> stepping down from his role as Jedi Watchman.<ref name="cswe" />
 
Tholme was appointed by the [[Jedi High Council/Legends|Jedi High Council]] to serve as [[Jedi Watchman]] of the [[Kiffu sector]],<ref name="The Comics Companion">''[[Star Wars: The Comics Companion]]''</ref> where he would oversee the goings on of the populace, and be on the lookout for potential Jedi. During his time there, he became good friends with the [[Kiffar/Legends|Kiffar]] [[Sheyf]] [[Kurlin Vos]], and maintained a cordial relationship with the [[Kiffu Guardians|Guardians]] of the [[Sector/Legends|sector]].<ref name="repdark2">''[[Star Wars 33: Darkness, Part 2]]''</ref> Kurlin's distant cousins, [[Pethros Vos|Pethros]] and [[Quian Vos]], had a Force-sensitive son, [[Quinlan Vos/Legends|Quinlan]]. Knowledge of Vos's high [[Midi-chlorian/Legends|midi-chlorian]] count had evaded Tholme, and by the time he had deemed Vos suitable for Jedi training, he was older than the [[Jedi Initiate|average candidate]]. To complicate matters further, [[Tinté Vos|Tinté]], Kurlin's sister, demanded Vos to stay on [[Kiffu/Legends|Kiffu]] and be trained as a Guardian. As a compromise, Kurlin requested that Quinlan stay on Kiffu, but be trained by Tholme. Tholme allowed this, and began training the boy in the basic Jedi arts,<ref name="repdark2" /> stepping down from his role as Jedi Watchman.<ref name="cswe" />
   
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Meanwhile, Grahrk had located a stash of vacated [[Speeder bike/Legends|speeder bikes]], with which the Jedi and the Devaronian pursued Secura. During the chase through the Kiffex swamps, Vos's speeder was destroyed, and he was captured by the Anzati. T'ra Saa, Tholme's replacement as Jedi Watchman, arrived and saved him, reuniting him with Tholme, Zao, and Grahrk. Tholme was pleased to see Saa, a Jedi he had admired, respected, and been good friends with even before her appointment to the role of Watchman of the Kiffu sector. Saa had been dispatched from Coruscant, where a [[Holocron/Legends|holocron]] had revealed information about Volfe Karkko, the fallen Jedi who had drawn the Anzati to Kiffex. Karkko, an Anzati himself, had been [[Prison/Legends|imprisoned]] on Kiffex by a team of Jedi Masters, and Tholme correctly deduced that Secura must have reawakened and freed him. Though Saa's mission was to bring Vos back to Coruscant, she understood his need to save Secura, despite Tholme's concerns that Vos's previous "experience" with Anzati would cloud his judgment. Nevertheless, he continued to follow Vos, and the four Jedi set off for Karkko's temple.<ref name="repdark3" /> Grahrk, however, decided to leave the Jedi, and make his own way offworld.<ref name="repdark4">''[[Star Wars 35: Darkness, Part 4]]''</ref>
 
Meanwhile, Grahrk had located a stash of vacated [[Speeder bike/Legends|speeder bikes]], with which the Jedi and the Devaronian pursued Secura. During the chase through the Kiffex swamps, Vos's speeder was destroyed, and he was captured by the Anzati. T'ra Saa, Tholme's replacement as Jedi Watchman, arrived and saved him, reuniting him with Tholme, Zao, and Grahrk. Tholme was pleased to see Saa, a Jedi he had admired, respected, and been good friends with even before her appointment to the role of Watchman of the Kiffu sector. Saa had been dispatched from Coruscant, where a [[Holocron/Legends|holocron]] had revealed information about Volfe Karkko, the fallen Jedi who had drawn the Anzati to Kiffex. Karkko, an Anzati himself, had been [[Prison/Legends|imprisoned]] on Kiffex by a team of Jedi Masters, and Tholme correctly deduced that Secura must have reawakened and freed him. Though Saa's mission was to bring Vos back to Coruscant, she understood his need to save Secura, despite Tholme's concerns that Vos's previous "experience" with Anzati would cloud his judgment. Nevertheless, he continued to follow Vos, and the four Jedi set off for Karkko's temple.<ref name="repdark3" /> Grahrk, however, decided to leave the Jedi, and make his own way offworld.<ref name="repdark4">''[[Star Wars 35: Darkness, Part 4]]''</ref>
   
[[File:TholmeAnzati.JPG|thumb|right|250px|Tholme beheads a feral Anzati at the mouth of Karkko's temple.]]
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[[File:TholmeAnzati.JPG|thumb|250px|right|Tholme beheads a feral Anzati at the mouth of Karkko's temple.]]
 
All the way to the temple, the group was harried by the Anzati on their [[bathwa]] mounts. As they got closer, the resistance to their efforts multiplied, until, at the doorway of the ancient structure, the Jedi were surrounded by Anzati. Vos was able to escape, however, and entered the temple alone. He swayed Secura back to the light, and rekindled her Jedi memories, but Karkko, displeased, intervened and attacked Vos. Tholme sensed that Vos was losing the battle, both with Karkko and the [[Dark side of the Force/Legends|dark side]], so he, Saa, and Zao, joined together to strengthen him through the Force. Vos dispatched Karkko with one strike, and rescued the injured Secura. At that moment, the Guardians of Kiffex began their [[Orbital bombardment/Legends|orbital bombardment]] of the Anzati temple, but the Jedi were saved due to the timely return of Grahrk in his ship, the [[Inferno (Vilmarh Grahrk)|''Inferno'']]. Tholme's mission was complete, but Vos, having been influenced by Zao, decided to roam the galaxy, and let the Force guide him. As Secura's training had not been completed at the time of her amnesia, Tholme took up the task of training her instead.<ref name="repdark4" />
 
All the way to the temple, the group was harried by the Anzati on their [[bathwa]] mounts. As they got closer, the resistance to their efforts multiplied, until, at the doorway of the ancient structure, the Jedi were surrounded by Anzati. Vos was able to escape, however, and entered the temple alone. He swayed Secura back to the light, and rekindled her Jedi memories, but Karkko, displeased, intervened and attacked Vos. Tholme sensed that Vos was losing the battle, both with Karkko and the [[Dark side of the Force/Legends|dark side]], so he, Saa, and Zao, joined together to strengthen him through the Force. Vos dispatched Karkko with one strike, and rescued the injured Secura. At that moment, the Guardians of Kiffex began their [[Orbital bombardment/Legends|orbital bombardment]] of the Anzati temple, but the Jedi were saved due to the timely return of Grahrk in his ship, the [[Inferno (Vilmarh Grahrk)|''Inferno'']]. Tholme's mission was complete, but Vos, having been influenced by Zao, decided to roam the galaxy, and let the Force guide him. As Secura's training had not been completed at the time of her amnesia, Tholme took up the task of training her instead.<ref name="repdark4" />
   
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As time was of the essence, Tholme rushed into Nat's bedroom, only to find two [[Morgukai]] warriors, [[Tsyr]] and [[Bok (Nikto)|Bok]], dragging the boy away. Tholme engaged Tsyr in combat, but was distracted by Bok's interfering [[Blaster/Legends|blaster]] [[Laser/Legends|fire]]. Taking advantage, Bok incapacitated Tholme, and continued his escape. Despite the best efforts of Nat Secura's guards, the two [[Nikto/Legends|Nikto]] stole away into the night. Tholme, though injured, gave chase, and tracked the kidnappers to the ''Inferno''. He stowed away on the craft, and ordered his apprentice to track him. This proved to be a mistake, when the ''Inferno''{{'s}} hardwired droid [[Pilot/Legends|pilot]], [[NT 600]], detected Tholme's transmission, and alerted the Morgukai to his presence. Not willing to enter into a fight for fear of injuring the nearby Nat, Tholme surrendered.<ref name="reprop1" />
 
As time was of the essence, Tholme rushed into Nat's bedroom, only to find two [[Morgukai]] warriors, [[Tsyr]] and [[Bok (Nikto)|Bok]], dragging the boy away. Tholme engaged Tsyr in combat, but was distracted by Bok's interfering [[Blaster/Legends|blaster]] [[Laser/Legends|fire]]. Taking advantage, Bok incapacitated Tholme, and continued his escape. Despite the best efforts of Nat Secura's guards, the two [[Nikto/Legends|Nikto]] stole away into the night. Tholme, though injured, gave chase, and tracked the kidnappers to the ''Inferno''. He stowed away on the craft, and ordered his apprentice to track him. This proved to be a mistake, when the ''Inferno''{{'s}} hardwired droid [[Pilot/Legends|pilot]], [[NT 600]], detected Tholme's transmission, and alerted the Morgukai to his presence. Not willing to enter into a fight for fear of injuring the nearby Nat, Tholme surrendered.<ref name="reprop1" />
   
[[File:TholmeTorture-SWR43.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Tholme is tortured.]]
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[[File:TholmeTorture-SWR43.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Tholme is tortured.]]
 
Secura's senses, however, did not guide her to the ''Inferno''{{'s}} destination, [[Kintan/Legends|Kintan]]. Instead, the Force led her to [[Ord Mantell/Legends|Ord Mantell]], where she chanced upon her former Master, Quinlan Vos. Understanding that this was not a coincidence, she enlisted Vos's help, and used other methods to discover Tholme's location. Meanwhile, Tholme was being [[Torture/Legends|tortured]] by [[Kh'aris Fenn]], the mastermind of the plan, and his droid, [[AX/RX]]. Unable to escape, Tholme endured grievous injury and pain,<ref name="reprop2">''[[Star Wars 43: Rite of Passage, Part 2]]''</ref> until he used the Force and his Anzati skills to slip into a near-death coma. To the droid, Tholme was, for all intents and purposes, dead, and his "corpse" was thrown in a cell with young Nat. The Twi'lek was not only afraid of his fate, but of the fact that he did not have his father's blessing and love. Tholme talked with the boy, and imbued a sense of hope in him, resolving to get him out of his predicament by any means necessary.<ref name="reprop3">''[[Star Wars 44: Rite of Passage, Part 3]]''</ref>
 
Secura's senses, however, did not guide her to the ''Inferno''{{'s}} destination, [[Kintan/Legends|Kintan]]. Instead, the Force led her to [[Ord Mantell/Legends|Ord Mantell]], where she chanced upon her former Master, Quinlan Vos. Understanding that this was not a coincidence, she enlisted Vos's help, and used other methods to discover Tholme's location. Meanwhile, Tholme was being [[Torture/Legends|tortured]] by [[Kh'aris Fenn]], the mastermind of the plan, and his droid, [[AX/RX]]. Unable to escape, Tholme endured grievous injury and pain,<ref name="reprop2">''[[Star Wars 43: Rite of Passage, Part 2]]''</ref> until he used the Force and his Anzati skills to slip into a near-death coma. To the droid, Tholme was, for all intents and purposes, dead, and his "corpse" was thrown in a cell with young Nat. The Twi'lek was not only afraid of his fate, but of the fact that he did not have his father's blessing and love. Tholme talked with the boy, and imbued a sense of hope in him, resolving to get him out of his predicament by any means necessary.<ref name="reprop3">''[[Star Wars 44: Rite of Passage, Part 3]]''</ref>
   
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Bulq's logs, and fresh information extracted from the Confederate assassin [[Sajé Tasha]] on Coruscant by Vos, guided Tholme and Secura to [[Saleucami/Legends|Saleucami]], where they were met by their old friend Zao. However, this time Zao was not so willing to help, and let Tholme traverse his own path alone but not before informing him of the catacombs beneath Saleucami's surface. After some extensive investigations of the goings on in the capital city, Tholme discovered [[Cloning/Legends|cloning]] chambers in the caves underneath the city, with which the Confederacy was [[Morgukai Shadow Army|cloning]] Morgukai warriors, trained by Anzati, to aid their war effort. He alerted Secura, and then ventured deep into the catacombs. He tried to make contact with Secura again, but was ambushed by several of the clones. Tholme dispatched them, before he was confronted by Bulq, his former ally on Bakura. After a brief duel, realizing that he could not beat the superior swordsman, Tholme caused a diversion and retreated out of the reach of the Confederacy. However, he did not leave the caves, and began performing [[Saboteur/Legends|sabotage]] on the Confederate installation wherever possible.<ref name="reptrack2" />
 
Bulq's logs, and fresh information extracted from the Confederate assassin [[Sajé Tasha]] on Coruscant by Vos, guided Tholme and Secura to [[Saleucami/Legends|Saleucami]], where they were met by their old friend Zao. However, this time Zao was not so willing to help, and let Tholme traverse his own path alone but not before informing him of the catacombs beneath Saleucami's surface. After some extensive investigations of the goings on in the capital city, Tholme discovered [[Cloning/Legends|cloning]] chambers in the caves underneath the city, with which the Confederacy was [[Morgukai Shadow Army|cloning]] Morgukai warriors, trained by Anzati, to aid their war effort. He alerted Secura, and then ventured deep into the catacombs. He tried to make contact with Secura again, but was ambushed by several of the clones. Tholme dispatched them, before he was confronted by Bulq, his former ally on Bakura. After a brief duel, realizing that he could not beat the superior swordsman, Tholme caused a diversion and retreated out of the reach of the Confederacy. However, he did not leave the caves, and began performing [[Saboteur/Legends|sabotage]] on the Confederate installation wherever possible.<ref name="reptrack2" />
   
[[File:TholmeFeign.jpg|thumb|right|120px|Once again, Tholme feigns his death.]]
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[[File:TholmeFeign.jpg|thumb|120px|right|Once again, Tholme feigns his death.]]
 
For five [[Standard month/Legends|months]], Tholme caused the Confederacy grief, damaging their cloning operations and dampening progress. The Republic had been [[Siege of Saleucami/Legends|waging war]] outside the catacombs for nearly as long as Tholme had been fulfilling his task as a saboteur, desperately trying to get through to stop the cloning operation once and for all. Both of Tholme's former Padawans, Quinlan Vos and Aayla Secura, were a part of the substantial Republic force, and while Tholme had the utmost faith in Secura's abilities, he feared for Vos and his conflicted allegiance. He was still secretly operating undercover, and Tholme knew that Vos's indecisive actions could damage the Republic's efforts later.<ref name="repsal1">''[[Republic 74: Siege of Saleucami, Part 1]]''</ref>
 
For five [[Standard month/Legends|months]], Tholme caused the Confederacy grief, damaging their cloning operations and dampening progress. The Republic had been [[Siege of Saleucami/Legends|waging war]] outside the catacombs for nearly as long as Tholme had been fulfilling his task as a saboteur, desperately trying to get through to stop the cloning operation once and for all. Both of Tholme's former Padawans, Quinlan Vos and Aayla Secura, were a part of the substantial Republic force, and while Tholme had the utmost faith in Secura's abilities, he feared for Vos and his conflicted allegiance. He was still secretly operating undercover, and Tholme knew that Vos's indecisive actions could damage the Republic's efforts later.<ref name="repsal1">''[[Republic 74: Siege of Saleucami, Part 1]]''</ref>
   
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==Personality and traits==
 
==Personality and traits==
 
{{Quote|We share respect for the old ways, you and I&mdash;and more. You have seen the corruption, as I have. There ''must'' be change. ''Embrace'' it! ''Join'' me!''"<br />"''No, Count. We do not share the same ''beliefs''&mdash;or so many Jedi would not have perished in the arena.|Dooku and Tholme|Republic 72: Trackdown, Part 1}}
 
{{Quote|We share respect for the old ways, you and I&mdash;and more. You have seen the corruption, as I have. There ''must'' be change. ''Embrace'' it! ''Join'' me!''"<br />"''No, Count. We do not share the same ''beliefs''&mdash;or so many Jedi would not have perished in the arena.|Dooku and Tholme|Republic 72: Trackdown, Part 1}}
[[File:TholmeAndQuinlan-EGF.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Tholme and his former apprentice, Quinlan Vos]]
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[[File:TholmeAndQuinlan-EGF.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Tholme and his former apprentice, Quinlan Vos]]
 
Tholme was a firm believer in the old ways of the Jedi,<ref name="jedidooku" /> as noted by Count Dooku during their duel on Bakura. Although Dooku tried to sway Tholme from serving the Republic, the Jedi Master was resilient, staying true to his beliefs even while held at Dooku's swordpoint.<ref name="reptrack1" /> However, Tholme was not averse to bending the rules to fit the situation. He did not technically break the [[Jedi Code/Legends|Jedi Code]] by entering into his relationship with Master Saa, but he did enter territory usually frowned upon by the upper echelons of the Jedi Order.<ref name="repshow1" />
 
Tholme was a firm believer in the old ways of the Jedi,<ref name="jedidooku" /> as noted by Count Dooku during their duel on Bakura. Although Dooku tried to sway Tholme from serving the Republic, the Jedi Master was resilient, staying true to his beliefs even while held at Dooku's swordpoint.<ref name="reptrack1" /> However, Tholme was not averse to bending the rules to fit the situation. He did not technically break the [[Jedi Code/Legends|Jedi Code]] by entering into his relationship with Master Saa, but he did enter territory usually frowned upon by the upper echelons of the Jedi Order.<ref name="repshow1" />
   
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==Powers and abilities==
 
==Powers and abilities==
 
{{Quote|I cut myself off entirely from the Force. You no longer felt me ''in'' the Force and ''assumed'' I was dead&mdash;which is what I desired.|Tholme|Republic 77: Siege of Saleucami, Part 4}}
 
{{Quote|I cut myself off entirely from the Force. You no longer felt me ''in'' the Force and ''assumed'' I was dead&mdash;which is what I desired.|Tholme|Republic 77: Siege of Saleucami, Part 4}}
[[File:Tholme-R32.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Tholme during the Kiffex Anzati scare]]
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[[File:Tholme-R32.jpg|thumb|150px|right|Tholme during the Kiffex Anzati scare]]
 
Due to his Anzati training, Tholme's skills included combat, espionage, subterfuge, and manipulation. Unlike most Jedi, Tholme was more of a mastermind of events, rather than a diplomat or a warrior.<ref name="repsac" /> His talent with the Jedi [[Mind trick/Legends|mind trick]] was considerable, as was his ability to shield his presence in the Force.<ref name="repdark1" /> Tholme would frequently slip into his "death-trance" when the tide of a conflict turned against him or he found himself on the wrong end of a trap.<ref name="repsal3" /><ref name="reptrack1" /><ref name="jedisecura" /> For the most part, his Jedi powers were put to waste during the Clone Wars following his maiming at the hands of Count Dooku,<ref name="reptrack1" /> but during the [[Outer Rim Sieges/Legends|Outer Rim Sieges]], his Anzati skills came to the fore, when he harried the production of Morgukai clones through sabotage.<ref name="repsal1" />
 
Due to his Anzati training, Tholme's skills included combat, espionage, subterfuge, and manipulation. Unlike most Jedi, Tholme was more of a mastermind of events, rather than a diplomat or a warrior.<ref name="repsac" /> His talent with the Jedi [[Mind trick/Legends|mind trick]] was considerable, as was his ability to shield his presence in the Force.<ref name="repdark1" /> Tholme would frequently slip into his "death-trance" when the tide of a conflict turned against him or he found himself on the wrong end of a trap.<ref name="repsal3" /><ref name="reptrack1" /><ref name="jedisecura" /> For the most part, his Jedi powers were put to waste during the Clone Wars following his maiming at the hands of Count Dooku,<ref name="reptrack1" /> but during the [[Outer Rim Sieges/Legends|Outer Rim Sieges]], his Anzati skills came to the fore, when he harried the production of Morgukai clones through sabotage.<ref name="repsal1" />
   
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