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"He hasn't killed a single Imperial agent or soldier, and yet he is one of the key elements to many of our latest victories."
Airen Cracken[src]

Ander Rendrake was a male Human, who served in the Imperial Navy. During the Galactic Civil War, he became a spy for the Alliance to Restore the Republic.


Ander Rendrake was born around 29 BBY and he eventually enrolled in the Imperial Academy. He was two classes behind Han Solo and the two became good friends.

After graduating he joined the Imperial Navy however he became disenchanted with the New Order and in 0 BBY after the Battle of Yavin he contacted Solo and joined the Rebel Alliance. He was asked to stay within the Galactic Empire as a deep cover operative.

After the Battle of Yavin Rendrake was a Lieutenant and served as a communications officer aboard the Imperial-class Star Destroyer Vendetta. He used his access to Imperial communications to supply Alliance operatives with whatever information he discovered. He also operated a black market of the Vendetta, supplying other officers and enlisted troops with items that were hard to come by.

Personality and traitsEdit

Rendrake was a Human male and was 29 years old by 0 BBY. He had a roguish personality and used his black market dealings as a way to cover his covert actions.

Skills and abilitiesEdit

Although Rendrake was not an exceptional officer, he was skilled at using communications equipment and was able to feed data to Alliance operatives while keeping his actions hidden.


Rendrake carried a blaster pistol and comlink around with him. He also had a full set of pass codes and code cylinders and could gain access to any part of the Vendetta. Through his black market contacts he could also get access to all sorts of contraband that he used to barter with the other ship's crewmen.

Behind the scenesEdit

Ander Rendrake was designed by Sean Fannon for Cracken's Rebel Operatives, a supplement for the Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game that was published by West End Games in 1994. He was illustrated by Doug Shuler.


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