Caysin Bog

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Caysin Bog was a high-gravity humanoid blown apart in an insurgency strike on the moon Jedha, only to be pieced back together by a surgeon calling himself Roofoo with surgical techniques he also performed upon the Decraniated servant class. He was present in Jedha City in 0 BBY and witnessed an attack by the partisans on an Imperial patrol shortly before the city was destroyed by the Empire's Death Star superweapon.


A humanoid originating from a high-gravity world, Caysin Bog was blown apart during a raid by the partisans led by the rebel Saw Gerrera on the moon Jedha. He survived his injuries thanks to the work of the surgeon Cornelius Evazan, who under the alias Roofoo pieced Bog back together using techniques similar to those he used to create the subservient Decraniated cyborg servant class.[1]

In the year 0 BBY,[1] Bog was present in Jedha City and stood to the side of a street near Gesh's Tapcafe to make room for an Imperial patrol including a TX-225 GAVw "Occupier" combat assault tank to pass through. As Bog waited for the patrol to pass, a group of partisans ambushed the Imperials and began hurling explosives at them, causing the nearby civilians to scatter in fear. The Imperial forces were evacuated from the city shortly after, allowing the Empire to destroy the settlement with their Death Star superweapon.[2]

Personality and traitsEdit

Following his cybernetic reconstruction, Bog lacked a head, instead having orange and white cybernetics built around his neck. His legs and lower abdomen were also replaced with cybernetics, which left a portion of his guts exposed around his waist. What skin Bog had left was fair in color.[1]


Bog carried a blaster while on Jedha.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Caysin Bog Trailer

Caysin Bog appeared in the first teaser for Rogue One.

Caysin Bog first appeared in the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,[2] debuting in the film's first teaser trailer released on April 7, 2016.[3] The scene including Bog in the trailer was not used in the final release of the film, although he can still briefly be seen in the Jedha City ambush. He was not named in the film,[2] but received identification in the Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide reference book written by Pablo Hidalgo[1] and released on the same day as the film, December 16, 2016.[4]



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