A coma, also going comatose, was a debilitating effect on beings that completely disabled them and left them in a completely unconscious, near-death state. Comas could be triggered by severe injury, toxins or drugs, or could be intentionally entered by certain species, such as the Gand, and by certain Jedi. Moonglow was known to produce a hallucinatory coma followed by death.
- Revan was rendered comatose when he was betrayed by Darth Malak, allowing the Jedi to capture him.
- The Jedi Exile was put in a coma by a heavy dose of sedatives while traveling aboard the Harbinger.
- Depa Billaba fell into a possibly self-induced coma.
- Following a severe head injury he sustained on Gaftikar, the clone commando known as Fi fell into a coma, a state he remained in for weeks while Jedi Knight Bardan Jusik made use of the Force to heal him. Fi eventually awoke from his coma due to Jusik's efforts, though he required further treatment and physical therapy to continue his recovery.
- Darth Vader force-choked his own wife on Mustafar after he discovered that Obi-Wan Kenobi had followed her. When Vader released her on Kenobi's orders, she fell into a coma.
- Luke Skywalker experienced a coma on Panna as a result of a sleeping virus, and after an attack by Exar Kun.
- The Myrkr strike team used coma gas to put their would-be Yuuzhan Vong captors in a comatose state.
- Jacen Solo gave Ta'a Chume a brain hemorrhage that led to a coma.
- Darth Maladi was found in a comatose state by the Empire-in-exile resulting in her capture.
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Notes and referencesEdit
- Coma on Wikipedia