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Senate Guard's Legacy
After of the extermination of the Jedi declared by Darth Sidious in 19 BBY, one of the last survivors, Grandmaster Yoda, arrived to the Galactic Senate Chamber and took down two of the Emperor's Royal Guards in an embassassing manner, taking both of them down milliseconds with his Force power. Yoda and Palpatine engadged in a duel that ultimately ended in failure, leaving no proposition for Palpatine's new Empire to reign supreme.
The legion of Palpatine's Royal Guards prospered in the new era, acting frighteningly robotic, so much in fact that the Empire even considered creating droids models based off of them. The Red guards served as an intimidating reminder, unlike the Senate Guards who would releive the people of the galaxy. The Royal Guards only left their Emperor's side when he declared it, as what happened at the Battle of Endor in 4 ABY, in his throne room aboard the Death Star II. When the guards were gone, Luke Skywalker convinced his father to return back to the light side of the Force, and save him from his master. And with the initial death of Palpatine, peace was breifly brought back to the galaxy, and a New Republic was formed.
When the New Republic took form and democracy began reshaping itself, a new breed of Senate Guards were deployed in the capital city of Chandrila, Hanna. Some of these soldiers wore golden helms and were armed with shock-lances, while others had red helmets are weilded batons. In 5 ABY, guards were protecting the citizens celebrating Liberation Day when Ashmead's Lock prisoners controlled by Gallius Rax started attacking New Republic officials, such as Mon Mothma. Multiple guards were killed in the incident, and it ended with the conniving Rae Sloane escaping admist the caos.
As the New Republic was oblivious to the true matter, a regime called the First Order rose from the ashes of the Empire, and a new legion rose as well, the Elite Praetorian Guards. Claded in red Plastoid armor that reminisced of the original Royal Guards, these were instead eight highly-trained warriors who were experts in multiple martial arts, and weilded lightsaber resistant weapons, to defend their Supreme Leader Snoke at any cost necessary, abourd his Dreadnoght, the Supremacy. They ultimately failed, however, witnessing firsthand the death of their leader by his apprentice, Kylo Ren, during the battle of Oetchi in 34 ABY. They began a scirmish with him and his accomplace Rey, to which the guards were ultimately unsuccessful, and Ren declared himself as the new Supreme Leader. Ren himseld had no red guards of his own, and stood as the leader of the Knights of Ren, who would defend him instead.
The Jaluku were a sentient species with pale white skin and long, pointed chins that once lived in the galaxy. As well, they had long mouths with black lips, and usually wore goggles over their eyes. Ignoring their heads, they essentially had humanoid characteristics for the rest of their body.
After the Battle of Yavin of 0 ABY, Seleno Chandro was a Jaluku male from Vandor, who had joined the Bounty Hunter's Guild and in his days had grown to dislike the oppression from the Galactic Empire. So in 35 ABY he answered the Resistance's request to stop the Sith Eternal from rising to power by the resurrected Emperor Palpatine. He went on to participate in the Battle of Exegol, joining the Citizens' Fleet, in an effort to end the Sith and oppression once and for all.
Behind the scenes
The Jaluku's first appearance was in the final installment of the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy, Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker, which released to theators in 2019. They went on to make their first television appearance on the Disney+ series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, in 2022. The species went without a name until the augmented reality mobile game Star Wars: Batuu Bounty Hunters realised in 2022, and it identified Seleno Chandro as a Jaluku. Chandro was delineated by creature concept designer Jake Lunt Davies in the artwork "Wizard 50". Davis stated taking a parsnip as inspiration for the head of the species.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi – "Part II"
- Star Wars: Batuu Bounty Hunters (First identified as Jundland Wastes)
- Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker (First appearance)
Cabbel alternate version pending Inq decision (Lennox article also needs changing)
- "Sir, Rebel ships are coming into our sector."
"Good. Our first catch of the day."
- ―Lieutenant Cabbel and Captain Xamuel Lennox, during the Battle of Hoth
Cabbel was a Human male officer in the Imperial Navy during the Galactic Civil War. He attended the Officer's Candidate School on the planet Carida and was a recent graduate by 1 BBY. During that year, Cabbel was stationed aboard the Imperial-class Star Destroyer Tyrant, under the command of Captain Xamuel Lennox, prior to the Battle of Turkana, which culminated in an Imperial defeat by the Alliance to Restore the Republic's T-65 X-wing starfighters
By 3 ABY, Cabbel had become a Navy Lieutenant and was stationed on the Imperial II-class Star Destroyer Avenger, attached to the Imperial Death Squadron, where he aided Captain Lorth Needa in deploying Viper probe droids throughout the galaxy in search of the Alliance's hidden headquarters. The search led to the discovery of a hidden Rebel base on the planet Hoth, leading to the Battle of Hoth. By then, Cabbel served as the first officer of the Tyrant, which was still under Lennox's command. Cabbel and Lennox both participated in the Hoth battle, during which the Tyrant was disabled by an Alliance ion cannon fired from the planet.
Early Imperial career
- "Captain Needa!"
"Sir, Imperial Headquarters reports that a Rebel convoy has been completely destroyed near Derra IV."
- ―Lieutenant Cabbel and Captain Lorth Needa discuss the Battle of Derra IV
Cabbel, a Human male, lived during the Galactic Civil War. A student of the Imperial Officer's Candidate School on the planet Carida, he was a recent graduate by 1 BBY. In that year, Cabbel was stationed on the command bridge of Captain Xamuel Lennox's Imperial-class Star Destroyer Tyrant, which was stationed in the Pakuuni sector and led ten Star Destroyers against Alliance to Restore the Republic warships orbiting the planet Turkana. Cabbel informed Lennox that TIE/IN interceptors had located an Alliance fleet orbiting Turkana, prompting Lennox's response to order the Imperial attack on the Alliance fleet, moving the Star Destroyers within range and launching all TIE/LN starfighter squadrons. The Tyrant led the attack in the subsequent Battle of Turkana, where the Alliance T-65 X-wing starfighters ended up defeating the Imperial fleet, and Lennox ordered a retreat into hyperspace and regrouping at Pakuuni.
By 3 ABY, Cabbel attained the rank of lieutenant in the Imperial Navy. That year, he served aboard the Imperial II-class Star Destroyer Avenger, under the command of Captain Lorth Needa and attached to the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Vader's Imperial Death Squadron. In the same year, the Imperial-class Star Destroyers of Death Squadron deployed Viper probe droids throughout the galaxy in an attempt to find the Rebel Alliance's hidden location.
The Avenger was part of the search, and, following the Battle of Derra IV, Cabbel passed on to Needa Imperial headquarters' report of a Rebel Alliance convoy being completely destroyed near the planet. He then reported to Needa that the first set of probe droids detected no Rebel or even Human activity on the planets they reconnoitered, and that the second set of droids was ready to be deployed. However, Needa requested to delay the order to launch the droids, as Darth Vader had requested the probe droids to be reprogrammed to include information on both Rebel Commander Luke Skywalker and the YT-1300 light freighter Millennium Falcon, to which Cabbel complied, along with Vader's orders to revise the probe droids' targeting list for the planets Allyuen, Tokmia and Hoth.
Battle of Hoth
- "All stations report!"
- ―Lieutenant Cabbel, after the Tyrant was hit by an ion cannon during the Battle of Hoth
While Death Squadron was near the Qeimet system, one of the probe droids discovered evidence of the Rebels' base on Hoth. Death Squadron then made a series of hyperspace jumps to reach the Hoth system, culminating in the subsequent Battle of Hoth. While Vader's forces launched a ground assault on the planet, the Star Destroyers of Death Squadron attempted to intercept escaping Rebel GR-75 medium transports leaving Hoth. Cabbel had by then returned to the Tyrant, which was also attached to Death Squadron, serving as the first officer to Captain Lennox. Aboard the Tyrant's command bridge, Cabbel informed Lennox when the first of the transports, the Quantum Storm, escorted by two T-65 X-wing starfighters, approached the Star Destroyer's position. However, as the Tyrant prepared to intercept the transport, the Rebel base fired its planetary ion cannon at the Imperial warship, causing its shields to overload, which made the Star Destroyer lose its helm.
As power was lost throughout the Tyrant, Cabbel barked orders that none of the crew were listening to, eventually demanding for all stations to report, which Lennox requested to be belayed. Soon, the command bridge's backup generator failed, disabling the Tyrant's artificial gravity system, causing Cabbel to fall over in consternation and various objects to float in midair. The entire ship was silent with the exception of Cabbel sputtering and the crew giving useless status reports as Lennox realized the Tyrant would be dead in space until the Battle of Hoth's outcome was decided.
While the Tyrant was undergoing repairs, Imperial forces captured Rebel General Crix Madine and transferred their prisoner aboard the Star Destroyer. However, the Tyrant was hit once more from a blast fired by the ion cannon, and Madine was rescued, with the ship unable to give pursuit due to the amount of ion damage it had received. Although the disabled Tyrant was left floating through the Hoth system, and more Rebel transports made it off the planet, the Battle of Hoth still ended as a resounding Imperial victory, with the Rebels forced to retreat from their headquarters.
Personality and traits
- "Sir, the Rebels' last base was on a tropical planet. Their equipment and supplies are mostly suited for jungle conditions."
"Are you questioning a directive from Lord Vader, Lieutenant?"
"No, sir, of course not!"
- ―Lieutenant Cabbel and Captain Lorth Needa discuss the orders for their second set of probe droids to target Hoth
Cabbel was efficient, as well as ambitious and ruthless, and was described by his men in the same way. While aboard the Avenger, Cabbel questioned Captain Needa relaying Darth Vader's orders to include the ice planet Hoth in the probe droids' targeting list, considering the Alliance's last base was on a tropical planet. Nonetheless, he decided not to further question a directive from the Sith Lord, and complied with Needa's request to retarget the droids for Allyuen, Tokmia, and Hoth, albeit still showing hesitance with the ice planet. After the ion cannon's first strike on the Tyrant during the Battle of Hoth, Cabbel barked orders in the confusion, despite nobody else listening to him. When the ship's artificial gravity system was lost, Cabbel's sputtering, along with the crew's status reports, were the only sounds heard on the Tyrant. He had brown hair and fair skin.
Behind the scenes
Cabbel first appeared as an Imperial officer in the 1980 film Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. He was portrayed by Oliver Maguire and credited only as one of several "Other Officers." Cabbel and Lennox are both absent from the film's novelization, which instead attributes their scene, with slightly altered dialogue, to Captain Needa and a controller aboard the Avenger. In 1998, Cabbel was first named and given a brief backstory on a card for the Hoth Limited expansion set of Decipher, Inc.'s Star Wars Customizable Card Game.
Cabbel also appeared in the 2002 video game Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, exclusively as a multiplayer bot. He does not appear in the game's story mode. Cabbel and Lennox were both originally intended to be featured in a story for the 2012 reference book The Essential Guide to Warfare, which did not make the final cut. On August 8, 2014, the StarWars.com article Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Warfare Author's Cut released that story along with other material cut from the book.
In 2013, Topps Collectibles released 2013 Topps Star Wars Galactic Files Series 2, a trading card set with elements from both the original and prequel trilogies of Star Wars films. Along with Cabbel receiving his own individual card, the Empire Strikes Back Rebel lieutenant Cal Alder's card also erroneously gave Cabbel's character bio instead of one for Alder. In 2015, Topps released 2015 Topps Star Wars Illustrated: The Empire Strikes Back, a trading card set based on the 1983 radio dramatization of the Empire Strikes Back. In that set, the "Reporting to Needa" card shows the scene in the dramatization, taking place prior to the Battle of Hoth, where a lieutenant and Captain Needa have a conversation aboard the Avenger regarding the probe droids the Star Destroyer is deploying in search of the Alliance. The lieutenant is illustrated with Cabbel's appearance, thus retconning Cabbel as the character in the radio drama.
- Star Wars: X-Wing
- Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back radio drama (Retcon)
- Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back junior novelization
- Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back (First appearance)
- Star Wars Manga: The Empire Strikes Back 1
- Star Wars (1977) 40 (Voice only)
- Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast (Non-canonical appearance)
- (Picture only)
- The Empire Strikes Back Notebook
- The Empire Strikes Back: The National Public Radio Dramatization (Retcon)
- Live-Action Adventures (Picture only)
- Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Lieutenant Cabbel) (backup link) (First identified as Jundland Wastes)
- Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Our First Catch Of The Day) (backup link)
- Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays (Indirect mention only)
- Star Wars Trilogy Sourcebook, Special Edition (Picture only)
- Star Wars Encyclopedia
- Star Wars: Behind the Magic
- Rebellion Era Sourcebook (Picture only)
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
- (Erroneous accompanying character bio)
- The Official Star Wars Fact File Part 78 (3 ABY 22, Evacuation) (Picture only)
Notes and references
- Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
- Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back radio drama
- Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Lieutenant Cabbel) (backup link)
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, Vol. I, p. 109 ("Carida")
- The Star Wars: Imperial Handbook: A Commander's Guide had Captain Xamuel Lennox commanding the Tyrant during the Battle of Turkana. As the Alliance to Restore the Republic made use of T-65 X-wing starfighters during the battle, it must occur after the Rebels' campaign to obtain the starfighter, which occurred in 1 BBY according to The Essential Guide to Warfare. In Star Wars: X-Wing, the Battle of Turkana occurred at the start of the game, with the end of the second tour of duty focusing on the Alliance obtaining the Death Star plans. Those missions occurred shortly after the Battle of Kattada, which took place in 35:2 GrS—or 1 BBY—by its concurrence with the Subjugation of Ralltiir and that battle's dating in Galaxywide NewsNets. From this information, it can be determined that the Battle of Turkana occurred in 1 BBY. Because Cabbel is depicted as an Imperial officer in that game, and Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Lieutenant Cabbel) (backup link) mentioned he was a graduate from the Officer's Candidate School, then he had to have graduated 1 BBY at the latest.
- Star Wars: X-Wing
- Star Wars: Imperial Handbook: A Commander's Guide
- The New Essential Chronology dates the events of Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, concurrent to the Battle of Derra IV mentioned in the film's radio dramatization, to 3 ABY.
- The Essential Atlas
- The Empire Strikes Back: The National Public Radio Dramatization
- Star Wars: Complete Locations
- Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Tyrant) (backup link)
- Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Captain Lennox) (backup link)
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, Vol. III, p. 59 ("Quantum Storm")
- Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game – The Price of Victory (Dark Side scenario campaign)
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, Vol. I, p. 103 ("Cabbel, Lieutenant")
- Trilogy Autographs on Dahoov's Autograph Collecting (archived from the original on September 29, 2004)
- Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back novelization
- Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast