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However, Wasaki used the Force to enter Drobo's mind, and convinced the bounty hunter to set him free. XT-8 learned of that, and killed Drobo, but in the process destroyed the hyperdrive of their craft, the Starkiller. The thirty-day trip was elongated to 20,000 years, and Wasaki, preserved in carbonite, was slowly driven insane. Stumbled upon by a group of intrepid soldiers of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, Wasaki was freed in the Imperial Period, a desolate madman.
 
However, Wasaki used the Force to enter Drobo's mind, and convinced the bounty hunter to set him free. XT-8 learned of that, and killed Drobo, but in the process destroyed the hyperdrive of their craft, the Starkiller. The thirty-day trip was elongated to 20,000 years, and Wasaki, preserved in carbonite, was slowly driven insane. Stumbled upon by a group of intrepid soldiers of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, Wasaki was freed in the Imperial Period, a desolate madman.
==Biography==
 
===Early life and Jedi Knighthood===
 
The [[Human]] male Roni von Wasaki was born in the year 20,000 BBY and was trained as a [[Jedi Knight (Rank)|Jedi Knight]] during the Expansionist Era. He was dispatched to several frontier regions, where he established peace and order. Gaining the respect of the people, Wasaki's administration was widely accepted and embraced. However, his position earned him the ire of criminals and those seeking to tip the balance of justice.
 
===Prisoner of Leshy Drobo===
 
Displeased with Wasaki's crackdown on illicit activities in certain [[Sector|sectors]], a crime boss put out a [[Bounty|bounty]] of 100,000 credits on the itinerant Jedi, which prompted a slew of hunters to attempt to capture him. Many failed, but eventually, Leshy Drobo and his droid, XT-8, along with their partner Gammid succeeded. By letting Wasaki concentrate all his attention on affecting Drobo's mind, the immune XT-8 was able to stun the Jedi, though in the process, Gammid was felled. Confiscating Wasaki's [[Lightsaber|lightsaber]] and [[Lightsaber shoto|shoto]], Drobo [[Carbon Freezing|froze]] him in [[Carbonite|carbonite]] and stored him in the hold of his [[Starship|ship]], the Starkiller.
 
 
Still attempting to resist capture in hibernation, Wasaki mentally reached out to Drobo, convincing the captain to free him and return his weapons. However, XT-8 learned of that and killed Drobo, as he had become a liability. In the process, XT-8 damaged the Starkiller's [[Hyperdrive|hyperdrive]]. The droid, unable to repair the ship, continued the trip on sublight drive, turning a thirty day jump into 20,000 years.
 
 
Wasaki persisted in his frozen state, continually trying to reach anyone passing within close proximity of the ship. Though the carbonite preserved him, the elongated journey slowly drove him insane, leaving him with twenty millennia of lonely thoughts and dreams. His situation also left him permanently blind, leaving him with only the Force to rely on.
 
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*{{Wookieepedia}}
 
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Latest revision as of 21:26, July 17, 2014

Character
Roni von Wasaki
Jedi symbol
Roni von Wasaki
Jedi symbol
Biographical information
Status
Alive
Physical description
Species
Gender
Male
In-game information
Class
Unknown
Style(s)
Unknown
Location(s)
Unknown
Chronological and political information
Faction(s)
Jedi Order
Roni von Wasaki is a male Human Jedi Knight of the Expansionist Era who established and maintained the peace in several frontier sectors. His presence earned the ire of local crime lords, who retaliated by placing a large bounty on his head. Though Wasaki was able to fend off many would-be captors, he fell prey to the bounty hunters Leshy Drobo, Gammid, and XT-8. Wasaki was able to kill Gammid, but the other two apprehended him, encased him in carbonite, and prepared to deliver him to their client.

However, Wasaki used the Force to enter Drobo's mind, and convinced the bounty hunter to set him free. XT-8 learned of that, and killed Drobo, but in the process destroyed the hyperdrive of their craft, the Starkiller. The thirty-day trip was elongated to 20,000 years, and Wasaki, preserved in carbonite, was slowly driven insane. Stumbled upon by a group of intrepid soldiers of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, Wasaki was freed in the Imperial Period, a desolate madman.

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