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Grunda Dolma
Grunda Dolma
Physical description

Ualaq Aqualish[1]

Hair color


Eye color


Skin color


Chronological and political information

Rise of the Empire era[1]

―Dolma charges Asajj Ventress[src]

Grunda Dolma was an Ualaq Aqualish who fought as a gladiator in a battle in the Cauldron arena on the planet Rattatak in 22 BBY. The Sith Lord Count Dooku observed the match in search of an apprentice, and Dolma fought to impress him. The Aqualish was defeated by Asajj Ventress, another fighter in the arena, who went on to win overall.


Grunda Dolma[2] was an Ualaq Aqualish who fought[1] in 22 BBY[3] as a gladiator in a ritual battle in the Cauldron arena on the planet Rattatak. The fight was viewed by the Sith Lord Count Dooku, who hoped to find a new apprentice amongst the fighters,[1] and Dolma fought for Dooku's glory.[2] During the battle, Dolma destroyed Mantoid, a droid gladiator, before[1] the Dathomirian[4] Asajj Ventress entered the arena. The Aqualish then prepared to attack the new arrival, but Ventress used the Force to throw Dolma back. Ventress went on to claim victory in the arena and became Dooku's apprentice.[1]

Personality and traitsEdit

Dolma had black hair and eyes and brown skin.[1]


While in the Cauldron, the fighter wore a long brown robe and used a double-headed staff.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Grunda Dolma first appeared in Chapter 6 of Star Wars: Clone Wars a television series aired in 2003. The gladiator did not receive a name in the series but was identified by Star Wars: Clone Wars Ultimate Sticker Book released in 2004. In 2008, a figure named "Aqualish Warrior" in the Clone Wars set of Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars Miniatures resembled Dolma, with differences in hair and clothing color. In 2014, Dolma was mentioned in Galactic Gladiators: Great Warriors of Star Wars, an article published on which was written by Tim Veekhoven and Kevin Beentjes. No source has given Dolma's gender or clarified whether or not the fighter was killed.



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