Rav Bralor

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"If Zey thinks I'm trouble, he'll have a nasty shock if he gets Rav Bralor. You know what Mando females are like."
Kal Skirata[src]

Rav Bralor was a Human female Mandalorian warrior who was active during the Clone Wars.



Rav Bralor in full armor

Rav Bralor was one of seventy-five Mandalorian Cuy'val Dar training sergeants for the Grand Army of the Republic's clone commandos, personally recruited by Jango Fett. After the completion of the duties of the Cuy'val Dar, she presumably returned to Mandalore. Midway through the Clone Wars she was asked by Sergeant Kal Skirata to maintain Kyrimorut, his future home and bastion of the Skirata clan, in the northern forests of Mandalore. Skirata returned to Mandalore 480 days after the First Battle of Geonosis with a very pregnant Etain Tur-Mukan after deciding that Mandalore was the safest place for Tur-Mukan, a Jedi General, to give birth in secret. Bralor had the home ready for them and helped them settle into their surroundings.


Rav Bralor.

Bralor and her niece Parja were present for the birth of Venku Skirata and for the arrival of Fi Skirata after he suffered brain trauma at the Battle of Gaftikar. Bralor trained a full company of Republic commandos, including Vevut Squad and Yayax Squad. The Commandos of Yayax deserted the Grand Army of the Republic after Order 66 and came to Mandalore to live with Bralor and the Skirata clan. Later she was present when the body of Tur-Mukan was brought to Mandalore and prepared Tur-Mukan's body for cremation.

Personality and traitsEdit

Bralor was described by Etain Tur-Mukan as 'frighteningly fit' and was a competent soldier with a strong dislike of Kaminoans and little patience for dithering from commanding officers. She and Kal Skirata were close friends and comrades-in-arms long before their service as Cuy'val Dar.

Behind the scenesEdit

Bralor's figurine bears a strong resemblance to illustrations of Vhonte Tervho.



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