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- "The intensity will dissipate to the inverse of the square of the distance from Kesh. It'd just be more cosmic background noise. Didn't they teach you anything where you came from?"
- ―Parrah, to Gloyd
Parrah was a Human male relief navigator for the Sith dreadnaught Omen during the Great Hyperspace War. In 5,000 BBY, after being knocked off-course during a hyperspace jump, the Omen crash-landed on the secluded planet Kesh. Parrah survived the disaster, and lived long enough to see the Sith worshiped as gods by the planet's natives, the Keshiri species. By 4,985 BBY, Parrah had become the main science advisor to the Sith leader, Captain Yaru Korsin.
During the Great Hyperspace War, Parrah, a Human male, served the Sith Empire as the relief navigator on the Sith dreadnaught Omen. In 5,000 BBY, Parrah was aboard the Omen when it was knocked off course as it jumped to hyperspace during a skirmish with Jedi above the moon Phaegon III, where the Omen was stationed for a mining mission. The damaged starship came out of hyperspace near an uncharted planet, Kesh—the Omen was forced to crash-land in a large mountain range. Parrah survived the crash, and eventually the Sith came to be worshiped as gods by the planet's Keshiri natives. By 4,985 BBY, Parrah had become the main science advisor for the remaining Sith, led by Captain Yaru Korsin. That year, the Houk gunner Gloyd, still hoping to find a way off Kesh, proposed that the Sith use the Omen's surviving boring lasers to fire signals into space. Parrah shot down the idea, knowing that the lasers would only dissipate into cosmic background noise before ever being noticed by anybody.
Personality and traitsEdit
Parrah was very knowledgeable in matters of cosmic science, enough so that he was made chief science advisor for the Sith on Kesh. However, when speaking to people who were not as well versed as he was, he could be somewhat condescending.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Lost Tribe of the Sith: Paragon (First appearance)