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- "Music! You uncivilized barbarian! Music! I have the music of Maxa Jandovar, and Orin Mersai. M'lar'Nkai'kambric…Lubrics, Aishara, Dyll—"
- ―Kardue'sai'Malloc, to Boba Fett
Brullian Dyll was a male musician who was deemed to be a threat to the stability of the Galactic Empire, which ruled much of the galaxy during his life. Despite the renown of his work, Dyll was executed by Imperial authorities and his music was suppressed. Only many years later, following the rise of the New Republic, would a chance come for Dyll's works to be heard once again.
A musician, Brullian Dyll was a male who lived during the time of the Galactic Empire, an authoritarian government which rose to power in 19 BBY. Dyll's work, which was performed in concerts, came to be highly regarded, and he was perceived as a legendary musician. The Galactic Empire, however, was a censorial regime and began systematically hunting down, imprisoning, and executing many musicians and confiscating their music. Brullian Dyll became a victim of one of these purges, as his artistic endeavors were deemed "questionable" by the Imperial authorities. Following the musician's death, records of his music were also purged.
Despite the Galactic Empire's success in suppressing Dyll's music, recordings of the musician's work eventually came into the possession of Kardue'sai'Malloc, a fugitive Devaronian war criminal with a predilection for music. Once Malloc was finally caught by bounty hunter Boba Fett, the Devaronian made his captor promise to sell the music to a contact so that it could be distributed throughout the galaxy once again.
Personality and traitsEdit
Dyll was a skilled and celebrated musician whose work was deemed to be a threat to an authoritarian regime such as the Galactic Empire.
Behind the scenesEdit
Brullian Dyll was first mentioned in Empire Blues: The Devaronian's Tale, a short story written by Daniel Keys Moran which focused around the character Kardue'sai'Malloc. Keys Moran later made use of Dyll once again in The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett, though the musician was once again only mentioned. Dyll's species has not been confirmed, although the character's short entry in The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, published in 2008, revealed Dyll to have been a male.
- Empire Blues: The Devaronian's Tale (First mentioned)
- The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett (Mentioned only)
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