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Weequay
pirates

Cutthroat Corsairs

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Description

This band of space pirates haunts the shipping lanes of the lawless Outer Rim Territories, in search of cargos to steal and travelers to hold for ransom. They have prospered just enough to maintain a stronghold on a sulfurous world, where they keep stores of grog, food, and other comforts. During the ongoing Clone Wars, the pirates attempted to remain neutral lest they get too drawn into an unprofitable conflict.

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Appearances
  1. The Clone Wars
Homeworld
Florrum
Species
Weequay
Weapon
Blaster rifles, blades and whatever else they can steal.
Affiliation
Neutral
Vehicle
Armored speeder tanks, saucer ships, rapier ships, swoop speeder bikes

Relationships

Hondo Ohnaka

Hondo Ohnaka

A shady and fast-talking businessman, Hondo has his hands full keeping a rambunctious lot of pirates in order. A successful career of pillaging and distributing loot keeps his greedy followers happy, but he knows all of that can turn sour very quickly.

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Jiro

Jiro

Jiro was one of Hondo's pirate lieutenants. He was recruited by Darth Maul to lead an army of pirates, and easily switched sides with the lure of credits.

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Florrum

Florrum

The sulfurous world of Florrum in the Sertar sector is the base of operations for Hondo Ohnaka's gang of pirates. The sector fell out of Republic control during the Clone Wars, and General Grievous flattened Hondo's base.

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Count Dooku

Count Dooku

Hondo and his pirates embarked in a risky venture when they captured Count Dooku and intended to ransom him to the Republic. Testament to Hondo's brashness, the pirates then captured the Republic envoy dispatched to see if their Dooku claim was legitimate, and intended to ransom them as well.

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Darth Maul

Darth Maul

When Darth Maul emerged alive and a force to be reckoned with during the Clone Wars, he had grand designs of conquest which hinged upon building an underworld army. Unfortunately for the Sith Lord, his first recruits were untrustworthy Weequay pirates.

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