"Get on your speeder and go visit Durchine, Holshef, Apapaba, Kinlo, and Marhas. Tell them Rosey will come by and move them to new hiding places tonight, in case more informants are wagging their rotten little tongues."
―Yahenna Laxo to Merei Spanjaf[src]

Durchine was one of several individuals sheltered by Yahenna Laxo of the Gray Syndicate due to being wanted by the Galactic Empire for petty crimes. The Gray Syndicate was a minor player in the crime scene of the[1] Outer Rim[2] planet of Lothal, though Laxo liked to exaggerate its importance. He would only shelter individuals so long as they had the credits to pay him.[1]

During a crackdown of criminal activities on Lothal, the Empire struck one of Laxo's warehouses and two of his gambling clubs. As a result of this, Laxo had Merei Spanjaf visit several of his charges. She was to tell Durchine along with Apapaba, Holshef, Kinlo and Marhas that they needed to be packed and ready, as Rosey, another member of the group, would soon move them to new locations.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Durchine is mentioned Servants of the Empire: Imperial Justice, the third title of the Servants of the Empire quartet by Jason Fry, as criminals hidden by Yahenna Laxo. His exact crimes were not stated, but the title describes that those sheltered by Laxo other than Holshef were facing gambling debts or other self-inflicted troubles.


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