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- "Stang. That man's a one-man wrecking crew."
"I know--but he's only one man. Stick to the plan."
- ―Beck Ollet expresses his frustration to Zare Leonis regarding the grav-ball player Horst Prajil.
Stang was expletive of frustration. When the AppSci SaberCats played the Kothal Roughnecks in grav-ball, Beck Ollet grew upset when the Roughnecks' alien wing striker, Horst Prajil, kept scoring against them and swore using this expletive. Zare Leonis urged his hot-headed teammate to relax, as Prajil was only one man, and there was still a lot of time left in the game.
Behind the scenesEdit
The expletive slang first appeared in the classic Star Wars Legends novel Splinter of the Mind's Eye and later appeared in numerous other Star Wars works. The term appeared in canon in the novel Servants of the Empire: Edge of the Galaxy, a novel from the Servants of the Empire series, a side series to Star Wars Rebels focused on the character Zare Leonis.
- Servants of the Empire: Edge of the Galaxy (First appearance)