«I am known as Toll Apkar. If you must know, I am quite proficient at pazaak. I would not wish to begin a game under false pretenses.»
―Toll, to Revan[1]

Toll Apkar was a Rodian gambler who lived during the Jedi Civil War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. In 3956 BBY, they were present in the settlement of Dreshdae on the Sith world of Korriban. They spent their time playing the card game pazaak in The Drunk Side, a cantina in the settlement.


«Greetings, sentient. Are you willing to engage in a hand of Pazaak? I am afraid there are few takers on Korriban… it would be good to have a little fun, for once.»
―Toll, upon meeting Revan[1]

Toll Apkar lived on the Outer Rim Sith-controlled planet of Korriban during the Jedi Civil War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. The Rodian resided in Dreshdae, a major colony on the planet and the location of a Sith Academy. They spent their time playing the gambling card game pazaak in The Drunk Side, a cantina located in the settlement, becoming proficient in the game.[1]

This section of the article assumes 100% game completion of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Any alternate stories may be noted in the "Behind the scenes" section. The events in this section may or may not have been confirmed as canon within the Star Wars Legends continuity.

In 3956 BBY,[2] during his search for the Star Maps, the amnesiac Sith Lord–turned–Jedi Revan arrived in Dreshdae and approached Apkar in the cantina. Apkar introduced themself and offered a game of pazaak, being upfront about their skill. Revan wanted to ask him questions, but the gambler declined, directing him to the other citizens of Dreshdae. Apkar made it clear that if Revan did not intend to play a round, they wished to be alone, but Revan agreed to play a match and won. The Rodian claimed it was simply a lucky draw and challenged Revan to more games. After being beaten several times and losing many credits, Apkar admitted that the Jedi was superior. Thoroughly defeated, the Rodian refused to play any more pazaak with Revan and sought out a less challenging pastime.[1]

Personality and traits[]

«There are others here to answer your questions, sentient. To be honest, if we are not going to engage in some entertaining sport, I would rather be alone.»
―Toll, to Revan[1]

Toll Apkar was proficient at the card game of pazaak.

Toll Apkar was a Rodian with copper-colored skin and black eyes. They were very proficient at pazaak and took great pride in their skill, often mentioning it to others. They viewed winning as a vindication of this skill. The Rodian was quite bored and welcomed any opportunity to play, as few citizens of Korriban enjoyed the game. However, if someone did not intend to engage in a round with them, they would prefer to be alone. Apkar knew when they were outmatched by Revan and refused to play more, knowing they would only lose credits.[1]


Apkar wore a green and teal suit with a brown harness and bronze-colored boots. They had a brown and mauve utility belt with a holster on the right and a small pouch on the left.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

«Ahhh, it is a good day, sentient, is it not? I always find the vindication of my skill to be pleasing. You have my condolences.»
―Toll upon beating Revan at pazaak[1]

Toll Apkar appeared as a non-player character in the 2003 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, developed by BioWare. Interactions with them are optional and do not affect any plot or quest, nor do they change alignment. If the player loses to Apkar, they will comment on their own skill and apologize to Revan. If the player wins several times in a row, Apkar will admit Revan's superiority and refuse to play more pazaak games.[1]


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Notes and references[]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  2. The Essential Atlas places the events of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which includes Toll Apkar's appearance and interaction with Revan, in 3956 BBY.
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