Biography[edit | edit source]
He claimed to have been betrayed by Jaing at somepoint, although Jaing viewed it the other way around. He later sent a loyal Mandalorian clan to kill Jaing and bring back the artifact stolen by the scientist that gave the former Mandalorian a set of unique armor. Although Ung's men indeed accomplished the task, Jaing's partner Durge, vowed vengeance, and immediately went after Kusp.
Unlike the other Mandalores of the past, honor seemed to mean very little to the Mandalorians loyal to him. The Mandalorian commander who was tasked to kill Jaing even went as far as to mock the ideal of honor. However sometime later his rule ended and the title of Mand'alor was later claimed by the Mandalorian mercenary, Aga Awaud.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Prototypes (First mentioned)
Sources[edit | edit source]
- "The History of the Mandalorians"—Star Wars Insider 80
- The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (Indirect mention only)