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- "General Geen is an invaluable contact for networking with other resources. While he cannot provide direct support, he often has friends who are more than willing to supply information, materiel or assistance to friends of the Alliance"
- ―Airen Cracken
Locus Geen was a General in the Grand Army of the Republic, who fought with distinction in the Clone Wars. He later became an informant for the Rebel Alliance. Around 0 ABY he established himself in the upper echelons of society on the planet Salliche and passed along sensitive information to the Rebels.
Following in the footsteps of his forefathers, Geen served during the Clone Wars as the commanding officer of Rom Mohc. After the war, Geen retired to the planet Salliche, where he became involved in the planet's bureaucracy. He cultivated contacts among Salliche's senators and bureaucrats, Imperial naval officers, and acquaintances from the Clone Wars. As a war hero he was invited to high-level receptions on Salliche where he would entertain by telling exaggerated stories from the Clone Wars.
He spent his time between his estate on Salliche and various plazas and forums in the capital city, Netassa where he would argue politics with legislators and entertain younger generations with his war stories.
Personality and traits
Geen was a Human male. By 0 ABY he was mostly bald but had a tidy beard and he was hunched over. He was known as an entertaining storyteller, often telling stories of the ancient wars whenever possible. He was also a good listener and gleaned information from his contacts, which he passed on to the Rebellion through encrypted communications to sympathizers. He was generally contacted through Imperial NetPost, and contacts seeking him would claim to be relatives of "old war friends."
Skills and abilities
In his youth Geen was skilled at combat and was a solid commander. In his later years he became very involved with local government and bureaucracy and could move skillfully around upper echelons of society.
Behind the scenes
Locus Geen was designed by Peter M. Schweighofer for Cracken's Rebel Operatives, a supplement for the Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game that was published by West End Games in 1994. He was illustrated by Mike Vilardi.
- "Outlaw Battle Armor"—Star Wars Adventure Journal 3
- Cracken's Rebel Operatives (First mentioned)
- Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia