Meetra Surik's armband was a personal armband of Meetra Surik, a Jedi Knight who was also known as the Jedi Exile. It was left by her in her quarters on the Harbinger and relocated when the ship docked on the Peragus II Mining Station. Red in color, it provided an increase to her constitution.


In 3951 BBY when Human Jedi Knight Meetra Surik was returning to Republic space after her exile, she was taken as a passenger to Republic Hammerhead-class cruiser Harbinger. When Sith assassins of Darth Sion infiltrated the starship, Meetra Surik was evacuated to a small freighter the Ebon Hawk and escaped without her belongings. During the escape, Ebon Hawk was damaged by Sith fire, and it barely managed to make an emergency jump to hyperspace before it ended up drifting and consequently harboring to mining facility on one of the asteroids of Peragus asteroid field.

When the Harbinger docked to the mining facility in pursuing the Jedi, she and her new companions used the ship as an escape route. While going through the now Sith-controlled cruiser, Surik repossessed her armband from the cabin she occupied while being a passenger on the ship.

Behind the scenesEdit

Meetra Surik's band was created for Obsidian Entertainment's 2004 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. In the game, the Jedi Exile is named according to the player's choosing, and the armband gains the name accordingly.[1] In Xbox version of the game, the armband is called "Jedi Exile's armband" when in PC-version it's only "Jedi Exile's band", this article goes with more comprehensive naming of the two.



Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords dialogue file, StrRef 125630, 125687, 126926: "{c01}<FullName>'s Band"
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