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"The Vermilion Birds are looking for you."
"I told them to switch their code name, those bald, obese, middle-aged bandits, cluelessly calling themselves Vermilion Birds, but my judgement cannot accomodate them."
"Those bald, obese, middle-aged bandits are looking for you."
"Forget it. Keep to Vermilion Bird, I'll tolerate it."
―White and Li Yu, who is contacted by a group of pirates[src]

White was a feminine protocol droid of a slim and exquisite make likened as a work of art. With a smooth and delicate contour similar to that of a human replica droid, White, as her name suggested, was coated with pure and simple white paint that glistened in the light instead of a human replica droid's cloned skin. Serving as the assistant of the Knights of Silver Dawn leader, Li Yu, in a largely independent star system in the Oplovis sector around 82 BBY, the Jedi Sean observed that while White was similar to a replica droid, her white coating made her seem disdainful of imitating humans.

Biography[edit | edit source]

"Li Yu, you've said a lot of nonsense."
"It's not for him to hear in the first place. After all, there isn't a kid whose oblivious to the current situation here. Trophies should be treated gentler. Alright, let him go. There shouldn't be any problems."
"This person is very dangerous. I suggest you reconsider."
"This is our territory, and I have you at my side; there's no need to be afraid with him being seriously injured. And he's not one for revenge over that which offered him good grace, there's no need to worry what he might do to me."
―White and Li Yu, regarding their captive, Sean[src]

The Jedi Padawan Sean, whom White let go of at Li Yu's insistence.

A protocol droid, White was the assistant of Li Yu, the head of the Knights of Silver Dawn. Together, Li and White operated in a largely independent star system in the Oplovis sector[1] around 82 BBY.[2] When Li found a heavily injured Sean stowing away aboard his battleship, Li rejuvenated the human with bacta treatment. Sean, a Jedi Padawan who fought the Vermilion Birds while disguised as a rogue member of their pirate crew, shortly regained consciousness and found himself bound by magnetic binders on the starship, and awoke to be interrogated by Li and White.[1]

While the pair interrogated Sean, White was alerted to the Vermilion Birds' attempt to contact Li. After Li spoke with his pirate contacts through a hologram installed within White, dismissing the pirates' demand for him to turn over his wanted captive, White remarked that Li was speaking nonsense. Li explained that he did so out of concern for their captive's presence, and told White to let Sean go contrary to the droid's advice for Li's safety.[1]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

White possessed feminine programming and a slim and exquisite make that was likened by Sean as a work of art. With a smooth and delicate contour similar to that of a human replica droid, the protocol droid was coated with pure and simple white paint that glistened in the light as her name suggested. The droid's white coating was contrary to a human replica droid's cloned skin, leading Sean to observe that White seemed disdainful of imitating humans.[1]

White had five slim fingers on one hand, with the palm of her other hand bearing a hologram projector. The droid assisted Li Yu with his criminal business, being alerted to incoming calls for Li. White spoke with a soft, feminine voice, and provided commentary and advice on Li's actions. Sean analysed that White was more dangerous an opponent than Li Yu.[1]

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

White appears in the Chinese webnovel The Vow of Silver Dawn.[1]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 The Vow of Silver Dawn
  2. 2.0 2.1 微博. Weibo (2020-12-17). Archived from the original on December 18, 2020. Retrieved on December 18, 2020. — the events of The Vow of Silver Dawn occur about fifty years before the events of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 32 BBY. Therefore, the events of The Vow of Silver Dawn must take place around 82 BBY.
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