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"He has a child—a bastard boy, as I understand. Not born of his wife, Maratelle, but of some…kitchen woman."
―Fleet Admiral Gallius Rax[src]

The mother of General Armitage Hux was a human female kitchen worker who had an affair with Commandant Brendol Hux of the Galactic Empire. The affair resulted in the birth of their son, Armitage.[1] In 5 ABY,[2] Grand Admiral Rae Sloane was requested by Fleet Admiral Gallius Rax to rescue the young boy and his father from Arkanis which was under siege by the New Republic, Sloane was told not to worry about Hux's mother or Brendol's wife Maratelle.[1] Armitage went on to be one of the leaders of the First Order in the decades after the Galactic Civil War.[3] In 34 ABY,[4] in an attempt to stall for time and allow the Resistance to evacuate their base on D'Qar, Commander Poe Dameron informed Armitage that the Resistance's leader, Leia Organa, had an urgent message for him about his mother, which resulted in Hux being enraged enough that he ordered his ship to open fire on Dameron's squadron.[5]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Aftermath: Life Debt
  2. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Endor to 4 ABY and the events of Shattered Empire, Part IV, which take place three months after the battle, to 5 ABY. Furthermore, the novel Aftermath states that months have passed since the Battle of Endor, while Aftermath: Life Debt begins two months after the end of Aftermath. Therefore, the events of Aftermath: Life Debt begin at least four months after the Battle of Endor, which corresponds to 5 ABY. Additionally, Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Jakku, as depicted in Life Debt's sequel, Aftermath: Empire's End, to 5 ABY as well, thereby firmly placing Aftermath: Life Debt in 5 ABY.
  3. Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
  4. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas places the events of the film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens in 34 ABY. As Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi carries on immediately from the events of The Force Awakens, it can be assumed to take place in the same year.
  5. Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi
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