Hermaphrodite Male Personallity
|Chronological and political information|
- "Guests! It is my singular pleasure to present, once again, my master: Grand Mogul of the Hutt Cartel! Supreme Power of Hutta! Unchallenged! All-powerful! Karagga, the Unyielding!"
- ―The Herald of Karagga
During his youth, this young Hutt was noted for being a Cartel boss. In this time, he came into a disagreement with the Exchange crime syndicate that had turned into a turf war. This in turn led to a peace meeting formed to end the contentious conflict. However, Karagga simply wiped out the Exchange cell that earnt him both wealth and respect in the criminal underworld. His victory led to him earning the unofficial title of Karagga the Unyielding with nothing stopping his rise to power.
This led to a period of him ruling as Supreme Mogul of the Hutt Cartel for nearly two centuries by the Cold War era. Only extreme riches fueled his appetite for the ostentatious and made the Hutt one amongst the galaxy's wealthiest as well as most extravagant beings. From his grandoise palace on Nal Hutta, he ruled his Cartel and was drapped in ornamental frocks where he gorged on daily banquests of Hutt delicacies. However, his rise in power and privilege led to a souring of Karagga's temperament. This turned a once approachable crime boss into a despot who became unsatisfied with anything less than perfection.
During a meeting with an Imperial diplomat, Karagga murdered him in cold blood, causing the Empire to retaliate by sending a strike team in to kill him. Still refusing to yield to Imperial rule, Karagga tried to kill the team through his pet rancor Bonethrasher, hired professional bodyguards, a trained Kintan crusher named Foreman Crusher, and a special foreman droid. When the strike team proved to be stronger than he expected, he fought them with a walker-like vehicle. In the end, he proved no match for the team, and was dispatched.
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- Star Wars: The Old Republic (First appearance)
- Star Wars: The Old Republic: Annihilation (Mentioned only)