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Ava Jaxo was a Human female Sergeant who served as a member of the Republic Army and assisted a new commander of Havoc Squad during the Cold War and the Galactic War between the Republic and the Sith Empire.
Ava Jaxo was a sergeant in the Republic Army around 3641 BBY and lived on the planet Coruscant where she had an apartment in the Black Sun Territory. While there she worked undercover ops for General Elin Garza.
Later in the war Jaxo was imprisoned by the Empire on their prison on a remote asteroid that they called A-77. Jaxo managed to slip out of her cell and told the Republic that she was being held on the prison. The Commander of Havoc Squad was sent to the prison to rescue her and all the prisoners of war being held there, however General Arkos Rakton starting bombarding the prison and left the Commander two choices, let all the prisoners escape and live or have Jaxo live and every prisoner die. Jaxo implored the Havoc Squad Commander to let the prisoners die and let her go, but the Commander decided to let the prisoners go and Ava perished during the bombarding on A-77. If you did save Jaxo, however, she thanks you but later on sends you a letter that states that she is going on psychiatric leave because she could not live over with what she made the Havoc Squad leader do. After that letter, however, you do not get any information about her whereabouts or what she is doing. There are no known appearances of Jaxo later in the game, and the letter you received from her was the last form of contact that you or her would make again throughout the rest of the trooper storyline.
Behind the scenesEdit
Jaxo appears as part of the missions "The Black Sun's Poison", "A Little R and R", and "Catching Up" in Star Wars: The Old Republic, a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game by BioWare released on December 20, 2011 and was a possible love interest for the male player.
Jaxo's fate is determined by the player's decision; She can be killed in order to let the prisoners escape, or she can be saved instead, this causing the prisoners to be killed. However both "choices" result in the same outcome, namely her disappearance from the game. But if she is saved, she will later send the player a e-mail saying she needs some time to recuperate and will talk later, meaning she may return later in-game.
- Star Wars: The Old Republic (First appearance)