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- "Alright boys, keep tight now."
- ―Luke Skywalker, to Hosh Hune and the other members of Rogue Group
Hosh Hune was a grim, bald Human male from the planet Fondor who served in the Battle of Hoth as a rear gunner for the Rebel Alliance's Rogue Group. Hune came from a low-caste family and originally worked as an apprentice in the Fondor Guild of Starshipwrights, but he joined the Alliance after discovering that he was working on weapons systems for the Galactic Empire's massive warship, the Executor. When the Empire attacked the Rebels' Echo Base on Hoth in 3 ABY, Hune and pilot Tarrin Datch served as Rogue Ten in the makeshift Rogue Group of T-47 airspeeders, but their vehicle was shot down in the battle and Hune was killed.
Hosh Hune was a male Human from the planet Fondor who lived during the Galactic Civil War. Coming from a low-caste Fondorian family, he was given an apprenticeship in the Fondor Guild of Starshipwrights due to his family's years of service to the guild. Hune was put to work on weapons systems, but when he realized that they were for the Galactic Empire's massive Executor warship, he deserted his post and joined the Rebel Alliance, the Empire's opponent in the war. In the year 3 ABY, Hune was stationed at the Alliance's Echo Base on the icy world of Hoth. He was part of the base's starfighter complement, which was composed of Rogue Flight, Blue Squadron, and Green Squadron.
When an Imperial probe droid discovered the base, the Alliance's General Rieekan ordered an evacuation. The Imperial Navy arrived in the Hoth system, and various members of the Rebel starfighter complement were pressed into service as the makeshift Rogue Group, flying T-47 airspeeders that had been adapted to cold weather use. Hune served as the rear gunner for pilot Tarrin Datch; together, the two were Rogue Ten of twelve. While Alliance personnel evacuated the planet in GR-75 medium transports, Commander Luke Skywalker led Rogue Group into the Battle of Hoth, hoping to delay the Imperial AT-AT walkers of Blizzard Force that were trying to destroy Echo Base's deflector shield generator. Hune and Datch's airspeeder was shot down during the battle, and although Datch survived and the vehicle was salvaged, Hune was killed. However, the Rebels' evacuation was ultimately a success.
Personality and traitsEdit
Hosh Hune was a grim, bald man from a family of low status. When he discovered that he was working on weapons systems for the Executor, he agonized over wasting the efforts of his family, and then joined the Rebel Alliance.
Behind the scenesEdit
Hosh Hune was first mentioned in The Essential Guide to Warfare, a 2012 reference book written by Jason Fry and Paul R. Urquhart. He was established as being a member of Rogue Group, an airspeeder squadron that was first seen in the 1980 film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. However, as the first issue of Empire's manga adaptation features a shot of all twelve of Rogue Group's airspeeders, it can technically be said to be an indirect appearance of Hune.
- Star Wars Manga: The Empire Strikes Back 1 (First appearance) (Indirect appearance, airspeeder only)
- The Essential Guide to Warfare (First identified as Hosh Hune)
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 The Essential Guide to Warfare, p. 171
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 The New Essential Chronology, p. 118
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 The Essential Guide to Warfare, p. 170
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 The Essential Guide to Warfare, p. 169
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
- ↑ Star Wars Customizable Card Game – Hoth Limited (Card: Blizzard Scout 1)
- ↑ The Essential Guide to Warfare, pp. III-IV
- ↑ Star Wars Manga: The Empire Strikes Back 1
- ↑ In X-wing Rogue Squadron 24: In the Empire's Service, Part 4, both Dar Keyis and Rogue Twelve, Standro Jcir, die. Soontir Fel joins Rogue Squadron in X-wing Rogue Squadron 26: Family Ties, Part 1, and X-wing Rogue Squadron 35: Mandatory Retirement, Part 4 confirms that he is Rogue Ten. Since Fel is not Rogue Twelve, this article assumes that he replaced Dar Keyis, who therefore must have been Rogue Ten.
- ↑ Omnibus: X-Wing Rogue Squadron Volume 3 dates the events of X-Wing Rogue Squadron: In the Empire's Service to nine months into 4 ABY.
- Jason Fry. EG to Warfare: Endnotes Pt. 11. Jason Fry's Dorkery. Archived from the original on December 12, 2012. Retrieved on November 3, 2013.