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Dwitzel was a female Twi'lek mercenary who operated during the Galactic Civil War.


"On the way children, we now know who has to die..."

At a very young age, Dwitzel was sold as a slave. She spent several years in a brothel on Waliar, before killing four people with a broken bottle and escaping. She then enlisted herself in the Republic Army and quickly became the first female officer of the spaceborne commandos.

After Palpatine became Emperor, Dwitzel was expelled from the army because of the new humanocentric policy. She came to Tatooine, and lived from agricultural material reparations.

However, she didn't forget her military past and, at the same time, founded a mercenary unit known as the Dwitzel's Rats. Her operatives showed her a fanatical devotion, as she was an excellent soldier, competent with both ranged and melee weapons as well as a fantastic leader.


A Twi'lek between two ages, Dwitzel was noted as pretty, provided one ignored the numerous scars on her face and body.

Personality and traitsEdit

In any circumstances, Dwitzel acted as a cold professional. She never smiled and, when extremely concentrated, she sported a deep melancholy.

She was smart and cunning, and disliked the Galactic Empire.

Behind the scenesEdit

Dwitzel was created by Jean Balczesak for an ambiguously canon roleplaying Gamemaster help which appeared in the French magazine Casus Belli 67. She was illustrated by Fred Blanchard.