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When the Twi'lek Jedi Alema Rar arrived in 40 ABY seeking guidance for Darth Caedus, the raspy-voiced woman was one of the three prominent participants in her questioning, along with the Togorian named Morto and the man Alema nicknamed White Eyes.
She played a more understated role in the encounter than either of the others: Morto was expected to fight and best Alema, while White Eyes took the lead in the interrogation, whereas the raspy woman spoke infrequently, and remained no more than one of the several cloaked figures. However, her interjections were always sharp and commanding, restraining Morto's fighting instincts, and adding an extra edge to White Eyes's questions.
Personality and traitsEdit
The Sith woman's role in the discussion suggested an abrasive, impatient personality, tempered by self-control. She also appeared to have drawn some amusement from Morto's pain.
Behind the scenesEdit
In contrast with Morto and White Eyes, the female Sith is not given any name, nor does Alema identify her with a specific nickname. The term "raspy-voiced woman" is used to describe her several times in the novel.
- Inferno (First appearance)