"I am like a veritable fable, warning against the karma caused by murdering others, a morality tale if you will. What utter irony."
―HK-47 to Revan[src]

Karma was a concept related to the link between cause and effect. The assassin droid HK-47, in describing the deaths of his former masters, described these fates as the karma caused by murdering others.

Zayne Carrick, a Jedi Padawan during the time of the Mandalorian Wars, possessed a distinct type of luck that could be described as "Karmic".[1]

The relationship between karma and the Force is not fully known.

During the Sith–Imperial War, soldiers referred to Sith as "Bad karma."[2]

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Karma is a real world concept with roots in the ancient Indian philosophies of Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Buddhism. The term is often used in nonreligious contexts to refer to people getting what they deserve.

In the Star Wars Miniatures game, Zayne Carrick's unique luck is represented by the special abilities "Karmic Luck" and "Karmic Mettle".



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