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No. I am your father!

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84 BBY


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Chronological and political information

Rise of the Empire era


Jedi Order,Order of the Sith Lords,Overlords of the Teräs Mundri (informly)

Fai'rel was a Bpfasshi Jedi Knight in the waning years of the republic, He was primarily a sage master until the Stark Hyperspace Wars which caused him to rededicate his studies into the martial realm. Around the time of the battle of Naboo he was contacted by Darth Sidious to be a potential replacement for Darth Maul, this ofcourse did not happen and the attempt on his life left Fai'rel in the full grip of the Dark Side of the Force. At the height of the Clone Wars, he joined a Teräs Mundri led mission to keep the Sith from gaining control of the Galaxy.


Behind the scenesEdit

Although his mission is just, Fai'rel is an antagonist in the Memoirs Series.


  • The character was heavily inspired by the Bpfasshi Dark Jedi leader featured in Heart of Darkness from Star Wars Tales 16 and the one mentioned in Heir to the Empire.
  • The concept of their having been more than one canidate for replacement Sith Lord in the wake of Darth Maul was inspired by the Legacy of the Force books explanation of Vergere.
  • Fai'rel's involvement with the Overlords of the Teräs Mundri was born out of the fact that the author had found a plothole in his own work and saw a heavily entertaining way to fill in said plothole within the Memoirs series.


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