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Junker
Junker
Production information
Manufacturer

Corellian Engineering Corporation[1]

Product line

YT series[1]

Model

YT-2400 light freighter[1]

Class

Light freighter[1]

Modified by
Technical specifications
Modified systems

Universal docking ring

Hyperdrive rating

Equipped[1]

Sensor systems

Amplified sensor array[2]

Navigation system

Equipped[2]

Armament
Complement
Escape craft

No[1]

Communication systems

Subspace transceiver[3]

Usage
Role(s)

Salvage vessel[1]

Era(s)

Legacy era[1]

Owner(s)
  • Reegas Vance[1]
  • Khedryn Faal[2]
Crewmembers
Commander(s)
  • Reegas Vance[1]
  • Khedryn Faal[2]
Aliases

Blackstar[1]

The Junker, originally known as Blackstar, was a modified YT-2400 light freighter with a Starhawk shuttle instead of an escape pod and a power crystal that could burrow through deflector shields, although the starship was armed with no other weapons. It also featured two military grade universal docking rings and a short range tractor beam array on its rear. The ship was owned by Reegas Vance, but was taken by Khedryn Faal and Marr Idi-Shael, who used it for salvaging operations. In 41.5 ABY, Jedi Knight Jaden Korr enlisted the aid of the Junker's crew to resolve a Force vision he had received. This led them to take on a Sith dreadnaught from 5000 BBY, the Harbinger, and track down a group of dangerous Force-sensitive clones to an ancient Rakatan space station.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Junker's first appearance was in Crosscurrent, which was written by Paul S. Kemp and released on January 26, 2010, as well as its sequel, Riptide, which was released on October 26, 2011. It also appeared in the short story "A Fair Trade", which was written by Paul S. Kemp and Brian Rood and published in Star Wars Insider 129 on October 25, 2011.

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