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- "From birth, Bey’wan Aygo’s artistic parents nurtured him with culture, hoping he would one day follow in their footsteps. But when, as a young Bothan, he first spied a space battle through a telescope over his homeworld, the only art Aygo wanted to practice was that of interstellar combat. In Aygo’s eyes, he cannot be a great leader without the trust and support of the rank and file, so he has fostered an atmosphere of encouragement and community within the Republic First Fleet. He’s more apt to commend someone for their achievements than to admonish those who happen to come up short, resulting in a fleet populated with pilots and crews who strive to excel. Throughout his lengthy career, Bey’wan Aygo has repeatedly displayed the layered intellect, quick judgment and unfaltering respect of his subordinates necessary to lead the Galactic Republic to greatness."
- ―In-game Codex (Persons of Note)
Knights of the Fallen Empire
- "From his birth, Bey'wan Aygo's artistic parents nurtured him to follow in their footsteps. But ever since, as a young Bothan, he first spied a space battle through a telescope over his homeworld, the only art Aygo has wanted to practice is that of interstellar combat.
Bey'wan first made a name for himself at the Battle of Kuat, and has since impressed his superiors with his fresh, innovative tactics. When Arcann invaded the Core Worlds, Bey'wan was quick to put together a variety of initiatives to counter the Eternal Empire's assault. His plans were stonewalled by Chancellor Saresh, who was more interested in continuing her war against the Sith. When he protested Saresh's orders, he was discharged. However, his yelling did attract the attention of Theron Shan, who approached him to become the Alliance military specialist."
- ―The Staunch Admiral